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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 January 1887

v-TTi^xXVin I"7!" '')R1A VA, MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 31, 1887. ~ NO. 28. WASHINGTON ADVTS. Ul L1UUDU !0 at EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS , EW3IABKET AND WALKING JACKETS, -^?rria! Mark-Down Trices in Hisses' and Children's Cloaks. -i iy commences onr annual sale of CAMBBIC AND MUSLIN UNDER GARMENTS At r><>c, ?'?'5c, 7">p, 88c, up. a BBC ?:j:> Pennsylvania Avenne, WASHINGTON, D. C. i; HIDING MATERIAL, ccc. PERRY, SMOOT& GO. SteaniFlooring&PlaningMill Manufacturers of IB en 1 WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS. LIME, LCINED PLASTER ana CEMENT. NO.'25 NORTH UNION ST., A LEXANDRIA, VTBGI NT A SSTLambor delivered in the city free. 'J.-lBLISHED 1S22. iOSIAH Hl). 8M00T, deai.ee ik Life Stales, Laths. u 7 7 EJAILS.LIl . CEMENT, CALCINED PLASTER, &C, &>:.. &c. MANlTAt'TfEEr. OK KING, DOOBS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, Mi ??LD1NGS, MAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 January 1887

ALEXANDRIA. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31. Gen. Waener, of Ohio, a congressman from tbat State, in speaking of the inter? state commerce bill, says "it encroaches upon the rights of the States ; that any State would be justifiable in resisting it; and that there never was a bill tbat so obliter? ated State boundaries as it does." And yet Gen. Warner fought to abolish States' right9 and to make support of States' rights trea? son and rebellion. Now that the Southern people Lave had the doctrine of States' rights shot and burnt and starved out of them, the Northern shooters, burners and starvers have adopted that doctrine. It is the true doctrine unquestionably, and it is hoped the present attempt of the North to give it a national establishment may be more successful than that the South made from 17S9 to 1SG1. When the Chinese Minister witnessed the ravenous voracity with which his sup? per table was attacked on the night of bis recent reception, and saw "eveu judges of fie United State...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 January 1887

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY M. LOCAL NEWS. rnr this district, cold northerly winds, shifting to easterly, becoming slightly warmer, fair weather._ TheK & D. Offices?It having been rumored'that General Manager Thomav of the Danville system, was opposed to having hi! office removed from Washington to Kichmoud, a reporter of the Richmond Disr S3 inquired of Second Vice-President Colev Saturday if it was correct. Major Doo'ev replied that if Mr. Thomas had de? rided where his office shall be located he was not aware of such decision. Mr. Thomas has not said whether be will accept the management of the East Tennessee line. Fpoii this, of course, greatly depends where it will he best to have headquarters. Should he accept the management of the Tennessee which it ia probable he will, provided Mr. Pink reeign3) be will be general traffic man? ner of the two lines, with his present as .Haut Major Randolph, as general man? ner of the Danville, and another gentle man who now holds that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 January 1887

MO N'T) AY EVENING, JANUARY 31. Gen. Mahone on tee Tobacco Tax.? On Friday last, in presenting in the Senate the various petition from Virginia asking the entire repeal of the tobacco tax, Gen. Mahone made some remarks of an exceed? ingly interesting character, which, through some inadvertence, were not noted in ii.o regular report of the Senate proceedings. The subject of the tobacco tax first, and of ihe;tax on fruit distillations secondly, is oj e of pregnant importance in a very large sec? tion of the Southern States, and cue in ! which the Senators and members from Hie : sections concerned take a very deep inter-1 est. Gen. Mahone said the time had gone | by when the pretext that tobacco is a luxu j ry can be availed of lor the imposition of prescriptive laws and burdens. Tobacco, j he said, enters too largely into cur agricul? tural and nianfactu?ng interests, provides! too many people employment aud the means j of sustenance, and gives activity to too much capital to be claim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 1 February 1887

SHTOGTON ADVTS. MM Sale at HartDoio Prices. V 5 It \ O K 1? 5 X A K Y It Alt? AI XS UJB'MfiliP NEWMABKET AND WALKING JACKETS. Special Mark-Down Prices in Hisses' and Children's Cloaks. day comraencos our annual sale of CAMBBIC AND MUSLIN UNDER? GARMENTS At 50c, 03c, 75c, 83c, up. u:t:t Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, kc. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. amFlooring&Planing Mill Manufacturers of : W [NDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers iu LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, ? ? : [NED PLASTER ana CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST., A1,EXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. t^Lumbor delivered in tho city free. rABLISBCED 1822. iOSIAH H. D. SMOOT, diule2 in linker, Shingles, Laths, rTAILS,Ll M E,CEMENT,CALCINED PLASTER, &c. &<:., &c. MAN?FACTUKKS of tING, Dl >OBS, SASH. BLINDS, FBAME3, MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. I (flii o and yard No. '21 uorth Union st. Factory Nos. 13 nud ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 1 February 1887

ALEXANDRIA. TUESDAY EVENINO, FEDRl'AEY 1. The disaffection among the democratic party in Virginia is so apparent that all see it. Explanations of its cause are therefore naturally in order, anil many are offered. That which seems to be most frequently as signed is the failure cf the democratic party in Congress to Rive united support to Ihe Eiair educational bill and to a bill to re? move the tax on tobacco and fruit liquor. There never was a greater mistake. A large portion of the democrats in Congress, all but one from Virginia, do support the Elair bill, and all from this State favor the re? moval of the tax on tobacco aud liquor dis? tilled from fruit. So that, if the Virginia democrats be reasonable creatures, and be themselves in favor of the bills referred to, they cannot be dissatisfied with their repre? sentatives in Congress on that account. Then, too, without the Blair bill, there are no children ia the Slate who cannot go to school if their parents want them to go; nor i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 1 February 1887

Ti'EsjDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1. LOCAL NEWS. Pa this district occasional ruius, eastelly .,, id), shifting to southerly, stationary followed n jlight rise iu temperature. cutting Akkkay.?Yesterday t wo youths. bt. Knox and Ernest Pickin, of this city < ncedabout IS years, who are employed in tbo general office of the Virginia Midland railroad in Washington, got into a little dif? ficulty while in the elevator in tbe oflir-e building in Washington and during the day indulged in offensive remarks towards each other. In tbe evening the two youths, ac? companied by seu-'a! of their companions, returned to this ei?y on the C 01 train and j when they reached the depot here, Pickin proposeri tn bluox that they repair loa neighboring alley aud settle the affair. Thither lbs youim men, with their com? panions, proceeded and at once became en? gaged iu !? fisticuff, in which Knox was get? ting ihe better of his antagonist, having forced him against tbe side of a house, when Pickin dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 1 February 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY l._ Attempt to JBion up a Steamship. At 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon the steamship Guyandotte, of th6 Old Dominion lino, sailed from her pier in New York for Norfolk, Ya. As the layt bell was ringing previous to tne departure of the vessel, Bob ert Sinclair, the me?j boy, noticed a young man about? 25 years of age coming hurriedly from the close: room. Tho boy's attention was fixed aud be noted that tho stranger had a brown mustache and whiskers, and that he wore a. Derby ha:, light brown over? coat, and dark trousers. These observations were made while the stranger hurried ashore and disappeared among a knot of persons at ti.e loot of the gang plank. The steamer, Cupt. D. Kelly in command, proceeded ou her voyage. When nfTLong Brunch an ex? plosion occurred in the after par: of the sa? loon, by which Tapt. Kelly and James J110 line were slightly injured. Tne expiusiou is believed to have been from dynamite picked in a satchel that had been left in the clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 February 1887

Lfoi, LXXXVIII AI55~:trTin^^^^ EVENING FEBRUARY 2, 1887._ NO. 29. WASHINGTON ADVTS. ?iiiiei Sale at M-Drai Prices. 5: X Ti:?.OR I>IK V15 Y IS A RGAIXS LADIES' WINTER WB?PS .KING JACKETS. .ii Mark-Down Prices in Misses' anil Children's Cloaks. To-day commences our annual sale of I uibbic and muslin under? garments At 50c, 03c, 75c. SSc, np. 3 ii 9 ??:;:? Pennsylvania Avenue. Washington, d. c. B tlLDING-MATERIAL, - &c7~ rMJ?lI.lY,SM??T&CO. tmFlooring&Plainng Mill Manufacturers of WIN DOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers iu ' ;EE. SHINGLES, laths, nails, lime, CALCINED PLASTER and cement. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEX A N DEIA, VIRGINIA Lui: ' r (iciivcred in tho city free._ S T1 A. 72 X.IsnIE]ID l822. J08IA1IH. U. SMOOT. er, ?te Latte 1M.E,< EMENT, CALCINED PLASTER, &c. &c, &c. UAKUFACTU2EB Or FLOORING. DOORS. SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, rjLDINGS U LNTELS, BRACKETS . NT) ALL KINDS OK WOOD W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 February 1887

ALEXANDRIA. wedn?day evening. february ii. Tue bill to pay Virginia ami certain other States and the city of Baltimore the interest on the money they advanced the Government in the war of IsIl' was up again iu the u. s. House of Representatives last Monday, and was strenuously advocated hy Messrs. Trigg and Tucker, but Messrs. Ranney, Burroughs and Strait, irreconcila? ble republicans, opposed it, and by filibuster' ing succeeded in consuming all the time that couhl be devoted to it. It can not conre up again this session except by unan? imous consent, and with such men in tho House as tho three latter, that of course will be impossible. There are republicans and republicans, and those specially refer? red to do their party harm instead of good the (jreat danger of labor troubles lies in the opportunity they afford inhuman monsters to attempt devilish crimes upon innocent people. The strike of the 'long? shoremen at New York incited one of such wretches to attempt to blow up an ocea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 February 1887

.mum mzmt ??f.i'NESDAY EVENIN i. FEEF.UAicY :'. LOCAL NEWS. for tl'is section rain or suow, slightly w .?? .:i i; . jterly winds, shifting to southerly. Tue Kecent Accident.?The Dauville Kmiater gives the following particulars i the accident on the Virginia Midlaud rail road on Monday evening, an account which was published in the Oazbttk yes? terday : "As the southbound freight train, twenty - four loaded cars, was crossing the trestle over Pannister river, four miles south of Chatham, Monday night, tho whole train tvas precipitated a perpendicular distance fifty feet, and now lies a wreck in the river ?Dti along its banks. On turning a curve oil approaching the river, tho engineer dis? covered that the trestle was burning, bu! the train was almost upon it before discov? ery, He rev ersed the engine and the brakes were applied, but the momentum of the train was too great to be overcome, although itinuing at the usual speed of freight trains on this road, und the locomotive took a h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 February 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBBXAET 2. Law Points Tor Farmers. The fallowing compilation of bu=-ine.->? iaw contains the essence of a large amount of legal verbiage. We copy from the New York Journal : If a note is lost or stolen, it does cot re? lease the maker ; he must pay it. if the on consideration for which it was given and the account can be proven. Note- bear interest only when so stated. Principals are responsible for the acts of their agents. Each individual in a partnership is re? sponsible for the whole amount cf debts of t ue firm, except in cases of special partner ship. Ignorance of the law excuses no one. An agreement without consideration is void ; a note made on Sunday is void ; con? tracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced. A noto made by a minor is void ; a con? tract made with a miner h void ; a contract made with a lunatic is void. A note obtaiutd by fraud, or from a person in a state of iutoxication. cannot be col? lected. It is a fraud to conceal a fraud. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 February 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. C?iiie? Sale at M-Mi Prices. i:\iimokdi \ a It v Ii v llii aI .\ s NEWMARKET AND WALKING JACKETS. Special Mark-Down Prices in Misses' and Children's Cloaks. Tu J ?> 1- tuimences our anuual Bale of LAl>it>' tiMBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDER? GARMENTS At 50o, i?'5c, 75c, 88c, up. ? mi'.l PenuMylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, Ac. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. SteamFlooring&PlaningMill Manufacturers of DOOB and WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, Ac Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS. LIME i'ALCINED PLASTER ana OEM EXT. NO. 'J.r. SORTII UNION ST., ALEXANDEIA, VI B< HN1A Lumber delivcrod in the city frco. ESTABLISHED 1822. JOSIAH H.D. SMOOT, SAILS, LIME,CEMENT,CALCINED BLASTER. Ac., &c, Ac. MAN0F At'TFEER OF FLOORING, DOORS, SASH.BLINDS, FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. Office and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory Nos. 13 und 15 north Leo St.. Alexandria. Va. .a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 February 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3. The tact that Mrs. Page allowed the ne? gro West, who subsequently knocked her down und attempted to outrage her, to kiss her huud, and to pick her stray hairs from her dress and keep them, and to ask her to toarry him, is a striking sermon, in a few words, of the debasing effect the new fan gled system of putting women iu positions dependent upon the favor of men, white or black, over them, ha3 upon the morals of the country. Mrs. Page was a poor woman, with a family dependent upon her for sup? port. She had been promoted by the favor ble reports made of her by West, the negro chief of her division in the Interior Depart? ment at Washington, and knowing that he also had the power either to cause her to be reduced to a lower grade or to remove her altogether, she, a Southern lady born and bred, was compelled to submit to his gro33 insults without complaint, lest she might provoke him to exercise that power, and thus take the bread and meat from the mout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 February 1887

THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 3. LOCAL NEWS. t-, r ibis district rain or snow, followed l>y esring, collier weathe^ and northwesterly aiails. _._ The Railroad Accident.?The wrecked ?nr.-near Chatham on the Virginia Midland road took fire yesterday from lime, and a ? necul car was sent to Danville for a tire eLgine to protect the trestle. The engine pot ueeded. however, aud was returned. The ears were allowed to burn so as to clear ibe way for the new trestle, which w ill be ready by Monday, Col. Andrews baviug large fo'C? ?f IU?U a< work rebuilding it. gome freight was saved, but much of it perisiieil in the dames. The loss is various iy estimated at from twenty to fifty thous? and dollars There is doubt as to whether the trestle wa broken before tbe train got un it. It is believed the ti tick of one of the ears jumped the. track aud threw tbo other i*rs oil. The engineer has a distinct recoi lectiou of bis engine going down behind, ami a brakemau on the last car ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 February 1887

THUKSPA Y EVENING, FEBRUARY.:. The >ow ? Odo. For two years past ex-Judge Waller B. Staples, ex-Judge E. C. Burks, sud John W. Kiely, esq., have been engaged, according to act of Assembly, in revising the Code o:' Virginia. The last such work w?3 in 1S-19. Since theu there have been two codilica tions of the laws, but no general and sys? tematic revision. The work is very la? borious in view of the changes that havo taken place in Virginia in the system of county and city government, and in the manner cf doing public and private busi? ness. The revisers are to put the laws in the shape that ibey should be in without mak? ing any radical changes in cur practice. Their Code goes to the General Assembly, ami will be adopted section by section and chapter by chapter. ThoGeueral Assembly will : ursi tl it as they please. The labor of the revisers is to make plain what is obscure, to reduce redundancies, to harmonize coullicting act:?, and to group together kindred subjects. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 February 1887

VOL, LXXXVIII ~~ :r-.)t?A. VA... FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 4~1887 HO. 31. ' WASHINGTON ADVTS. WiiM Sale at M-Dowi Prices. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS ! riF imJJ . tKET AND WALKING JACKETS al Mark-Down J'ricci in Hisses' and CMdren's Cloaks. To-day commences our annual sale of CAMBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDER? GARMENTS At 50o, '>3e, 75ei SSc, up. ? i>:t:i Pennsylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. :3RY,SMQ0T&C0. 5team Flooring &Plani ng Mill Manufacturers of ? . ind WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS. &c Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, i !A LCINED PLASTER ana CEMENT. NO. 25 NOBTE UNION ST.. A LEX A N D R! A, VIRGINIA ?': lUmbj r delivered in the city free._ .^ta^lishs:d is'22. JOSIAH Iii). SMOOT. IJEALES II fc Shingles, bh ...... LIM B, CEMENT,CALCINED PLASTER. Ac. Ac, &c. MANITACTUBEK OF SRING, DOORS. SASH, BLINDS, FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS S N D ALI KlN DS OF WOOD WORK. . . : yar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 February 1887

friday evening, february 4. To show bow the low tariff doctrine is spreading among all parties in the North? west, it is only necessary to mention the fact that the Chicago Tribune, whose ultra republicanism is not doubted, is bold enough to say: "If revenue reform was opportune at the last session, it is imperative now, and woe to tho democracy if they adjourn without rutting down war taxes, no longer needed. If certain manufacturers, subsidized by ex? cessive duties, ranging from 50 to SO per cent., cannot stand a reduction, it will serve the public welfare for them to engage iu some business which does not require the savage taxation of the masses, for tho ad? vantage of a rapacious fow." And yet,though the democrats have a large majority in the U. S. House of Representa? tives, Mr. Randall and a few others, by uniting with the republicans of that body, make it impossible for them to execute the will of the people who elected them, and to cut down the war taxes on the necessa? ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 February 1887

1T.IDAY EVENING, FEBBUABY 1. LOCAL NEWS. Fol this district, colder, generally fair weither, northerly wjuds pith a cold wave. City: School Board.?It was after eight o'clock last night before a quorum, consist ing of "Messrs. Aitcheson, W. F. Came, f Leadbeater, Murbury, Mankin, Strauss and ! Vincent, wa3 obtained. The city superin- i teudent was also present. Mr. Strauss was j elected chairman pro tem., and the minutes were read and approved. Then the clerk j reported an expenditure of ?2,741.50 in tbe last two months, and Mr. Leadbeater, from { the committee on finance and accounts, re- ] ported, as correct, the 1'oilowiDg bills, which were ordered to be paid, viz : Henry ! Wildt, repair of regulator, Washington building, S2: T. L, Monroe, paiuting and ?l?stig at Peabody building, $14.46; E S. Leadbeater & Co., grass seed, SO.-.; Nightin gill A Kelly, repair of flue, Peabody build ?>; Augustus Butts, glazing at ]j'.<e building, j4 65; Wm. Oogan's S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 February 1887

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, Tee Next Pope.?A special dispatch says : The elevatiou of the Papal Nuncio at Paris, Mgr. de Rende, to the rank of car? dinal will be an epoch in the pacific policy of Leo XIII, and the modern history of tho Papacy. The power of a pope to construct the conclave which will elect his successor is no doubt great. Leo XIII., in the eight years of his reign, has had the opportunity of appointing far the larger propoitioa of the existing cardinals, for of tho fifty eight eminent wearers of the red bat, only sixteen were created by Pius IX. On the other hand, the Pope's influence does not last long after his death?that, for instance, of Pius III. having already almost entirely disappeared, tlespite his two-and-thirty years' sway. The present Holy Father is keenly alive to this and to the risks involved therein, and both be and bis fellow-Peru gians, as M. des Houx would put it, are determined to give as much permanence as may be to the policy which has appeased ...

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