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THE WASHINGTON W A HINHTOi TIMES TI IES SUNDAY DECEMBER 18 1 811 1901 3 3uue Grove GroveA A AA story s i P y I a h Is Well Kept iUBXAJflXftLA Yfc once ODe part of ofi ofUM oftheA i HM District fit e Columbia then thenreverting thenrevertlBc thenrevertingreverting back to tb the Old DoIl Doatinlon Do Dominion minion Il nton Ale Alexaadrln whose dateslark dates datesIwirtc ate ateUirklark back two centuries Alexandria Alexandriachild AlexandriaChild Je JehUdchild hUd of history and mother of legend legendAlexandria Jepndlexaaclrta egendAlexandriaAlexandria whose venerable ptaebrJ elks pile of ofbrick dtbrickbrick brJ with mosa and M tradition Alexandria the thetown tbetuwn thetowntown which Prince Puahlmi the person penQill personal al 1 representative ntaUve of the Mikado in inelated InlIiated Inslatedelated upon vi visiting vtlttn Ittng when in Waahingtun Wasiting Wasitingtun Inl Inltuntun recently beeauae In far Japan hlalA hi hilad h hhud oes it not sound unci as though culled culledfrom culledfontfrom fll ft some page of Scotf flootta tI romances 10 or ordropped OfII ordroppedII dropped from th the Ups of a traveler in inold docoldold WorM byways bywaysIn bywapIn bywaysInIn one of the oldest graveyards Pe of ofAlexandria ofAltxanclrla ofA1A1 Alexandria xandrla is what was a once oa e one of the thehandsomest tb tbhan theloaiuaoloaiuao handsomest han s t monuments of the young youngl ycungMutes u uHutHut l Mutes attys After the fashion of those i days daytii da daitit consists of a great marble dab b resting restingJiorisontally reeilnarhuriUy restingiurlwatallyJiorisontally upon low round rodU columns columnson chamasinon U the surface of this slab still dJl legible legibleutter legibleIter qt qtJutter J lttr the rains IMt and anew and sleets steetaand Jdeetamd sleetsandand hall balls of nearly y a century is the theuiBcriptlon the1nlMrI thetns1nlMrI tns uiBcriptlon cripUoa fitted h aeriwlta rswithoThousands Thoua Tho nitauds have visited Yl ted tWa tw tb4drawn gra Iltj > Y9jdrawn drawnthlther thither by reports r p ru brought to totheir iA iAthf1r to tothttrtheir homes hnm by former t ft tftfl mar tourists lO rst and iwl each eaehof eachof h hoCof the thousands asks the same aIDe qestlons quee queetions q qttontions tton Who was u sheT she he uHow How came JIM sfeeto JIMto albstoto be buried her here Why did the theband hus husher hus husbandband woo tr from lft t tpe I Inscription rtptlon lei eYed eYedher d dherher withhold her main name W Wtory Was fear fearstory herstorystory tory never learned learnedTo le nMd uuedTo nMdToTo all these queries q tpe clUsens elu sna siAlexandria have been able a1 le to give Hwt Hwtunsatisfactory Nrt Nrtunaatlafaetory t tUAMtilltatloryagWErLunsatisfactory UAMtilltatloryagWErL answers Briefly all thatla known is here toM toMThe tOklThe toldTheThe Veiled Woman WomanOn y WomanOn oman omanOnOn Thursday Thursday July 25 ISM 1gw the brig brigFour brigJIr brigFourFour Son onII from ruin Halifax HaUtaxN N 8 for the theWest theWNt theWestWest Indks bclk put into Alexandria harbor harborthen harborthrn harborthenthen the chief oort on the tlte Chesapeake ChesapeakeBay Chesapeakeliar heliapeakeBarBay or it its tributaries Her skjpper Cap Captain CMItatn Captalntain Kelly was in great haste to reach reachhis reachIt reachhlahis It southern tltern destination had h d no cargo cargoor cargoor cargooror paHsengers pai engera for r r Alexandria and only onlyput onlyPUt onlyputput Into that pel poft because beeau he had on onboard onboard onboardboard a sick stekwoman woman woman whose strength t ngth did didnot didnot didnotnot warrant a longer l nrer sea voyage and andwhose andwh08e andwhosewhose husband had influence sufficient sufficientto mclent mclenttoto Induce the skipper to land his sick sickwife llickwife sickwifewife at the flrst available por The brig brigdid brigdid brigdiddid not tie up at the wharf harf fed d not lay layIn la laIn layinIn supplies did not send rtmn riUI ashore ashoreIn uhorcJa ashoecInIn tact she anchored in h mldatream mclstre m and andI andOft andonlyI only Oft remained rentatn long enough to lower a aboat aboat aboatboat and send ashore etM the sick woman womanand womanand OIIMln OIIMlnucland her man JRa compaMtott conip when when sheqlifoTHE 1 OTHE MEMORY MEMORYOF Q tII IIOFOF A AFEMALE APEJdALE AFEMALE5cFEMALE STRANGER STRANGERWh STRArGERr STRArGERrWIMHMtrtal STRANGERWW Wh WIMHMtrtal e UllrtalSufarin UllrtalSufarinTerntfnated Mortal Sufferings SufferingsTenmntUd Sufforin SufforinTerJltinatJM1TenmntUd on the 4th day dayef dayefOcttbOt ofAged of ofOctoberOctober 1816 1816Aged IB16IAged 23 Year Ya and all 8 MatbI MonthsTlds Months MonthsThisII This sieve ij steeled uI by sy y her iiscottselate ilacenslatehusband husband inwhole in whoie arm arms ske shebMatikfti skelin skeherbMatikfti lin seethe u the MId tell ear of death deathHew do death deathXsw itl1 itl1ewHew ew loved hew honored Jler hero red ad once avails a ai1s th thee e net netTo not notT notTcTo T whsm w rotated laid or 0 by whom begot begotA begotA ot otAA heap af f dust alone remains of theeTIs thee theeTh theeHJ1ITh all t nett Che art and all the proud foud shall hall be beTrwtbofBi befrjt4 4Twboflttfrjt TrwtbofBi Twbofltt wh8lli fan P gays a all the t1l ptepheti witaees wi that through IIs name nam who whojmmirttTmt1i whoftt whoogdhbjmmirttTmt1i ogdhb 1Ss1t ftt 9f i JHa s shall H raewve reeeie remiseios of sins ins J1I01Tn The OJ4 City CltyIiottl Hotel Alexandria Al xandriaYa xandriaYaTOSARAH an TOSARAH TO SARAH CURRAN EMMETS SWEETHEART SWEETHEARTByBy THOMAS MOORE MOORSShe MOORESI1 1SliejsSliejs SI She els is far from the land where her young yOttngheIo hero sleeps slee e P51 P51And H HAnd S Srr And lovers aroand her are siftix siftixDut aillliJtlj sighingIltftcoldY j jDutcoldlyDutcoldly Dut coldly she turn from their Innd g aeR M and wee wl wlFor vase Its ItsFor s i W WFor Every E efY Wote dotcwhlelt iotcwhtcit which beloved atraking aM aSflng aSflngStow ftl rye ryeilh r rrilh r little th they y think w who e delil1iti delight in Ji her r strains strainsHew tr i S SoJoJ J Stow the heart hc rt of th the niantrel k is 4I brooking f fRe X T THe5 JIRIn In those days hospitality waited alted not notmi noton notonon credentials The fh good people eoplo of ofAlexandria ofAlexandria ofAlexandriaAlexandria stopped bI d tp io i mak tnnke no > > 0 in inquiries Inqulne Inquirlea quiries No health ofllcfir o ot1lcgr with Ilh his his It in inspection Inllpeetlon Inspeetlon spection and qikrantlne ikuoftntl Intervened Intervefted to toprevent toprvnt topreventprevent the fending s ulhg IV Even E en when the thecaptains theeAptaln thecaptainscaptains gig JIi ligfulled polled Jiull tl alongside the pier pieranl pleJnl pieraeilanl nl It t was seen tliat t1uttthewomahi the womans woman face facewa faeeaM facewaswa was aM covered cover with a heavy veil no ques questions queaUIfUJ questions tions were asxed but lut willing wplin hands handsguv handJPtV handsgaveguv gave ready Hid Hiel to transport lnus > > pott her herto he to the theBunch th thBunch theBunchBunch of drupes afterward atter1 > > ro th the City CityHotel CItyHotel CityHotelHotel the largest lareat tavern t4 vern of o the vii village vll1a viilage lage 1a The beet room in the house was wasplaced wasplaced as asedplaced ed at the dtyiis disposal al I of the Invalid und undher Mltdher andherher husband whose boee manner drew dre andIseartng and andhearing anellMannKhearing proclaimed them of the Highest Highestsocial hllr highestsocial t tIIOCIaIsocial stratum atnttu The 1e man Inquired inaiuirsdthe inaiuirsdthesine the thename thenamename sine jof or the best eat physician l + Hylllcta In It the town townDr townr townDrDr r Murphy iurphy was sent for und asked to totak totakf totaketak take Bftl4e B admitting Dr Murphy to the thesickroom thelllekroom thesickroomsickroom however hoev r the strange atranae gentle gentleman ent14 ent14man entleman man called IIHt him aside apkieand ami pledged the thephysician thepkYflllclau thephysiciapphysician to regard r rd the tk case from from a apurely ItJUey apurelypurely professtomtl protea tonal sUmlpoint seeking seekingtn leekln leeklnto gave aYe and andebservMi andved andebservedebservMi ved the required pledge pled H and only Oftl remark fumark he was ever heard to makehr make makeht mukeittht after years > > concerning the case In Inreply hare Inreplyreply re y to the many Inquiries hUIUII was that thathe thatbe thathehe never saw w her lace nn It was wa always alwaysOffers alwayI itlwa s scoveredcovered wltha veil wtten ten he enter ettercd ed lhe lheChamber t c cchamberI Chamber ChamberIOffers Off rs of Assistance AssistanceThe AssistanceThe AssistanceTheIThe good townspeople t W Alpeopl as guest M > On H as UI they theylearned tM tMlamed theylearnedlearned of the sick stronger > > within their theirmidst theirJftlWtt theiririldstmidst Iwsteried to the hostelry to proffer proffertheir profterthetr proffertheirtheir services rvlcea volunteering to open their theirH their1wtm theirhomes1wtm homes H m s to receive her It need IMS KM and in instating InattIUnlt ins stating s upon taking turns at nursing the theInvalid theI theinvelldI Invalid They w wire re met by the man manwith manI manwithwith p ptrteet rfeet courtesy fourtN but ititllinching unlUnchin re resistance retane resiatenee I sistance tane their offers he said were were appreelated ap appreciated aperweetated preciated but no one should nurse her herbut herbut herbutbut himself Faithful he was u and de devoted tlevoted devoted voted however eccentric his h actions actionsmight acUolUIht actionsmightmight ht be Day and night he stayed taed by bythe b bthe bythethe bedside ministering Iftlnl tert with 1th uncom uncomplaining untOlftplalnl uneonplaiaing plaining plalnl patience Uence No one who witneased wit witnessed withS nessed his hS devotion could doubt his h love levefor 10 10tor loveforfor the woman womanThrough WinlanThr womanThreaghThrough Thr h the months m nthl of August and andJJSeptember the woman Woffl rrontan n lingered Ung red between betweenlife bet1tHUtUte betweenlifelife and death Wiiat litRt Tf 1 wwL the nature natureof tlaturoof tur turotof her malady the good gH Dr Dr Murphy Murphywould Murphywould Murphywouldwould never reveal Fe Fota Mi time It wa wathoughttobe was WIUIthoUKht wasthoughtthoughttobe thought to he JM consumption eotisumptbn sumptlon but there thereure thereare therestyeare rumors rumo l and whisperings hl hglC that when whenth whenthe whentheth the last night Ipt camel WHO came there was was heard the thebrief thebrh thebriefbrief brh C wall wulloC of an infant InfMtitu puny ptn weak weakcry weakcrycry 1 us though the one expression of a alife Klite alifelife born but to die dieAt dieAt die1tAt 1t length others were let t Into the thewecret thetteCret thesecretsecret Human endurance has Its limit limituml limitaUld limitttnilaUld the t be strange trne IK4mU gentleman man found his litestrength histren hisstrengthstrength tren h unequal to the th task f con continuous continuo continuous tinuo tinuous watching through so many nUtn days daysand dllsInd daysiuidand nights Living at tho hotel at that thattime thattime thattimetime were w re Mrs fril Sarah Wise and Mrs MrsKlhtabeth 18 I IKUmbeth siCllrabethKlhtabeth Herbert member meIl1 of two of ofVirginias orlr oflrginlaVirginias lr lrginla nla s oldest families tamtll Often they theyhad theyhad theyhadhad proffered courteously told they th y were w rcnot not needed neededAt needodAtlut neededAtlastAt Atlut l t however Jloeverthe the man n signified that thathe thatbe thathehe was wa compelled COipelle4 to ask their thelraulitance thelraulitanceIn assistance assistanceInIn nursing nurBl > > g the woman woman Yet before he hewould hewould hewouldwould trust them th m in theroem the ro room m lie I made JJUldeeach madeeach madeeacheach of ofthem them take a solemn solemn oath that thatnever thatnever thatnevernever so long as they lived Ih lived i would ould they theyreveal the thelev81 theyrevealreveal the secret > > of o the womans iden identity IdentIt identitlI tity tIt titlIAttityAtAt midnight of October 13 it was wa seen seenthat HenUutt seenthatthat the Stranger IU1 thgefo could cotildfnotsur not notsur survive un1ve 1ve the thenight thenlcht thenightnight When this th was WI made clear cl llr to tntfi totli totiletfi tile roan he requested r reflu Muest t should withdraw from frturithe1OOm the room It was wasfrom WHSfrom WK WKfromfrom the adjoining toom room that the curious curi curious curlOUill ous landlords wife thought she > > he heard lieardthe heardthe heardthethe cry cr of an Infant an atn hour or two twolater twolater twolaterlater Friday meriting mornf I came earn in with a acold acold acoldcold east wind and a R fine cutting rain rainJust rahtJWIt rainJustJust us the gray light begun i1e u to reveal revealthe revealthe revealthethe dome of the distant Capitol through throughtlie thloUhtile throughtittile tit mist t the man haggardfreed hft haggardf broken staggered from tke room and andtold andtold andtolltold the innkeeper that all was w over overDeath overDeath overDeathDeath Brought No Light LightMystery LightMytel LightMysteryMystery was still tlil preserved pre rvd This was wasbefore WA WAbefole wasbeforebefore the days of the undertaker so sothe sothe o othethe fact tle of the man Inciting 1n iting upon pre preparing pieIrtn ps e eparing paring Irtn with his own hands the body bodyfor bodytor bodyforfor burial was nut so strange a proceedt proceedleg proceed proceeding leg t as it would be today tod y When the tliecoffin theoom thecoldncoffin oom was brought he again Api iasleted 1I4t d on onbeing Oftbet onbeingbeing bet alone and there were w nfu 1 1wtaea tntt tUtesses tUtesseswhen + Meses Meseswhenwhen he b laW the cold form tort uyihe f Ith h collin cofllnand collinaM coffinandand screwed down the lid ap apt none to toknow tok toknowknow k w if f at 11 t thetsnme the theaatae Ifte timajjiti tfm he placed placedtherein jlae nta lld lldtHNI d dthereintherein therein another oUt and tiny lffl It t w bodyJSarah arah Curan Th Theodosia odosja Uwr wpThere remained the problem of the theburial theral theburialburial ral Qnce more he called to his aid aidMrs aJdMr aidMrsiMrs Mr Wise VJa and Mrs Mr Herbert Both Bothhese Both Bothhelie BothTheseThese hese estimable dJn ble woilnen were momlkjraJ momlkjraJef members momoorsof membersofof St Paura P ttltI Episcopal E l3pleoopal IecopJ Church Bliop BliopCIggett Bf ml Iiop IiopGl p pChSettCIggett ChSett Gl pett the theRlHt first American Amerfcanerfcan bishop of ofthe orthe ofthethe BpiTCopal Epf p11 Church chanced to be in inAlexandria InAlexandrHL InAlexandriaAlexandria To the bishop the r two twowomen twowomen twowomenwomen west told him they t eY knew the thosecret thoi thoiS thesecret secret S ert of o the womans womans life and death deathand dthInd deathandand that she was wWlworthy worthy of Christianburial Christian Christianburial Chrstlanburialburial This notwithstanding the in inscription Inscription Inscription scription on the atone ione which clearly im implies IIJIplle Implies plies plle that the woman Oman had sinned Tho Thogood Thogood Thegoodgood bishop took them t at their word wordand wordand wordandand hiiT hllJel elf officiated oliidai As he died mad suddenly maddenly ud uddenly denly a law tew weeks laAr in Prince George Georgecounty G Georgecounty orga orgaountYcounty Md this thS is thought to be the thelent theIn thelastlent In t funeral at which he acted The Thehour Thehour Thehourhour of the funeral becoming known a agreat agreat agreatgreat concourse ooneourse followed the body to toSt toSt toStSt Pauls P ul graveyard where It was In Interred Interred interred terred under a t large 1a cedar The man manremained mAnr mnnrerhainodremained r r alned only long enough to give di direction dlrectlen d drectlene rection rectlene about the monument find andto to in indicate Indicate Indicate dicate the Inscription ln ertptlon to U be placed pl ecd there thereon there thereon thereon on and andthen then he disappeared d retl leaving his hisunsolved hisun hisunsolvedunsolved un oled mystery r tery behind htnd him himMrs blmlfr himMrsMrs lfr Wile and Mrs IlII Herbert n rbortrem remained remainedfaithful remainedfaithful fnad fnadtalthfulfaithful to their trust The man had hadchosen hadchONn haddchosenchosen his conndantes wisely Or r elsethe else elsethe el elthethe e oath th he required wash wa terrible t rlble in Pita Pitabinding Its Itsbinding It Itbindingbinding effect teas Both lived to toa a R ripe old oldge old oldage oldageage ge and died wHnout revealing the thesecret theseert thesecretsecret intrusted Intru tedto to their caro Mr J JW JHernden JWW Hernden I clerk in the Howe folding foldingroom tolding10011I foldingroomroom and secretary of the th theSociety Society S loty for forthe forthe for forthethe Restoration of Historic H torle Alexandria Alexandriaremembers Alexandriaremembers leXandrIaremembersremembers bearing his mother bog MrsVise Mrs MrsWise MrsVIMWise VIM for ahtnro a hint of the secret arguing arguingthat argutngtht