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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 March 1888

commission MERCHANTS. 4 ?HABLES S. TAYLOB, Jr.. u 1)KAI.KU IN GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED. . ; V SEED MEAL. HOMINY CHOP. ( RACKED CORN AND 'CUT HAY SPECIALTIES No. 113 Xing street. ALEXANDRIA. VTRGIN1 V. Prompt attention given to ali ordors. Telephone No. S">. p. o. bos 203. dec2i? I , MILR?RN. GROCER. TEA DEALER ASI> l OMMISSK> N M EEC!PA N T. N... !T North Royul :.-;-.io:. i. !;' hot: ;-:tct> Alexandria. Vn, .irilc- and consignments g^Ucitod; thoy will re? ceive careful and prompt attention. ' nnlO ?^BARLES KlN(3 SDN. \ ? Wholes:;-^ Grocers, ?7 CAMERON STREET ?ni ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA. pHlLIP ::. HOOE, I No. 2 Prineu street, flEN !. shipping AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Gram a specialty. Agent for steamers to Norfolk, connecting with lino to Best :.. Providence and t?o East, dcclo '.'?' SVOCX. CS. FSXKCH. A. SHOOT ? CO.. W ? L, SALT, PLASTER. .?.i.^iakdjuia, V.i. ? >rs:cK?Smoot's Waar.*. np-i Special attention pr.id to forwardic^. rr .'. Johnson & co., wholesale grocers. :...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 March 1888

ALEXANDRIA. MONDAY EVENING, MASCH 19._ Mayor Hewitt, of New York, being at>k ed by a committee of the G. A. K. to sign a petition for tho passage of a bill making the terms of such members of their associa? tion as now hold office in that city, depend? ent solely upon good behavior, positively (locliued to do so, and told the committee that, "as Mayor of New York, he was bound to look after the best interests of her citi? zens. It mattered little to him what society or organization it was, he should pursue the aame course, and so long as Mayor would do what he considered for the good of the city." Healsotold the committee that "iftheGrand Army or any other organizations continued in their present course he would break his resolution not to run for Mayor again, but would be a candidate next fall, and Gndout at the ballot boxes whetheror not theGrand Army of the Republic or other societies owned the city of New York." If the dem? ocratic candidate for the next Presidency must come ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 March 1888

N-iHY EVENING. MARCH If. LOCAL MATTERS. - .,. . ection warmer. 'ight to fresh sei th ; . nds, excrpt l<r:sk on tlio coast, fair. j , ,vt' l by occasional light rains. ; emknt. ? A week or t wo ago a raer- | |0jn(> business on King htreet made i jjjiitneul to an Alexandrian, since t ,h"iiujethe insolvent party has given! " . 11? he has entertained againat '? .! y ol tb* person be had designated ? affairs. This morning the ! . become more confirmed in j i,-) had ibe assignee arraigned j i>ic(iate to answer the charge of j ition of goods. During the trial I ? si na of the plaintiff and de? tune involved in an angry die ivaxed vvaim that they eyed i ;hri l?b?a? ingly while in the halle of j . ivbero neither seemed disposed to . ire peace, hut when they had gained . i Bud i eached t be corner of King ?treels they engaged in a regular and began pummeling each other ? the Marquis of Queen sherry's - incture the defendant in the j...w iiitbor a ioud expression to his in, and in a f...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 March 1888

AY EVENING. MARCH 19. Whence Sprung Mince Pie.?It is to the Saxons that wo arc indebted ae the origina? tors of mince pie. Hefore their conversion to Christianity they were accustomed to a kind of Htew or porridge made ofeverything held sacred to their gods, as the llesh of birds animal=, ;;r?*"::jr-, ynd dried herbs which had been gathered at tho full of the moon. AmooK these latter were rosemary, penny? royal, urint. <-airtJ und niott-y, the latter a kind of garlic This was partaken of at the sun festival, or winter solrtice feast, in honor Woden. This porridge wa? retained os s Cnristm&a dish when tbe solstice feast was CrlebrRted ou tbe birthday of our Lord, und was called Christ's roa.-s. Lonj afterward this mixture was baked in >; oru-t and jocu Urly called Woden pic, whence, doubtless, came tbe same Warden pie of the north of Eoglaad barve?r. festival With Home* im-} provemeDts in the wav of fruits and flavors before unknown, the Woden pie came to be, in tho Middle ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 March 1888

MEDICINAL. The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. A NERVE TONIC. Celery end Coca, tho prominpnt in* gtedients, are the best and safest Serve Tonics. It strengthens and quiets the nervous system, curing Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep? lessness, &c 'yW ALTERATIVE. It drives out the poisonous humors ot the blood purifying and enriching It, and so overcoming those diseases resulting from impure or impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Acting mildlybut surely onthebowela it cures habitual constipation, and promotes a regular habit. Itstreugtli ens the stomach, and aids digestion. A DIURETIC. In Its composition the best and most active diuxeticsof the Materia Medica arecombinedscientlfleallywithother effectivo remedies for diseases of the kidnevs. It can be relied on to give <iulck relief and speedy cure. H andre dB nl testimonials have boon recai?? J :rom pe?onn wno Have usod Ihii nranoy *iu ?nurkablobenent, Send for circnlaw, aivui* loll particulars. Price $1.0?: Boll t>r Sro?ti...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 March 1888

ALEXANDRIA. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20. The Mississippi legislature haa defeated a bill making an appropriation for a monu? ment to the Confederate dead ofthat State. The members of that legislature are wise meu. The memory of those who fell in the Confederate cau9e will survive all the monu? ments that could be erected to perpetuate it, for many of their deeds equaled those performed at Marathon and Thermopylae. But many of their surviving comrades, and more of their widows and children, are now sadly in need of the baro necessaries of life, and if Mississippi have any mooey to spare, it ahou'd be given to them, and not spent in hrasH or marble. Io after years, when Mis? sissippi shall have become a prosperous State, with a plethoric treasury, she can well afford, out of her surplus, if so disposed, to erect a monument to the gallant defend? ers of her rights as a State, but in her present condition, all her epare money should be given to those of her people who have been reduced to...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 March 1888

ItoJiroa feme. - TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 20 LOCAL MATTERS. Fnr tbi? sectiou warmer, fresh southeasterly ,. I bri k to high on the coast, with . i by . older, westerly winds and fair n?* ?? ._?? ;H00TISG AfKAIK.-R>gsr Fields, a ?? man livins? in Wa-hmgton, was shot j "_ u ,re ! coussable named Mitchell near . [ bridge, in thin county, on Run ?:;.-;;.ii, th* shot taking eflect in |efl -id ?, indicting a slight wound. _,\-tmi while h*j and a companion, Bud" It.dand, were returning to Dt.ton from Rosslyn.they were accost B-o colored men. one of whom asked agatoeof cards. While Roland . ihe cards a white hoy came s? : "Keep them cards; that man em away trom me this morning." I cons aide made a grab for the . R>iand threw them upon tbe He then caught R.iland bv the i id begin shaking him. Fields . interferred, wheieupou he was 1 b>3 in oiher colored man, who re , let uo his hold. Fields then drew . , |ieuknife aud opened it, aud threat . . to cut the colored man if he did not F<...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 March 1888

TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 20. Germany's Immense Abmy.?In a re port of Col. Frederick Raine, consul general at Berlin, just received at the State Depart? ment, he makes the following statement re gardiog the naval and military organizations of Germany: "That with the increasing sig? nificance of Germany's over-sea trade, pro? tection may not be wanting, the naval force is again to be augmented. The peculiar sit uation of Europe has made Germany grad- i ually a power depending upon military or- \ ganization for the protection of its integrity. It is noteworthy that by a new ect now be- j fare the Reichstag, the adoption of which is j beyond doubt, the military equipment will I be bo augmented as to produce ?n available j force of three million men, and even more-. The Landsturm is to embrace all men not belonging to troops either of the line or Landwehr from their 17th to the 45th year of age. The standing army will consist of 450,000 men. It is estimated that >n time of war Germany m...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 March 1888

VOL. LXXXIX. ALEXANDRIA, VA, WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 21. 1888. MEDICINAL. i WEAK NERVES aines Paine's Cixkuy Oo?tpocnd ia a Narre Tonie which never faito. Containing Olery and Coca, tbov wonderful nerv? Ht?mulanU, it fijteedily cures all nenroux diwrrtera. RHEUMATISM Paint's CxtCCT Conporso purifies ths Mood It drives r.nt the lactic acid, which causes Hhcnmatisin, and restores tho blood tiog'organstoa. healthy condition. Itw !li? true r. uu iy for J'.hcuinatiHu. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS 1' uots's CztXKT CoirporsD quickly restores Ib ? l.v..- and kidneys to i^rftct health. This curative power. tx>ml>m<-d with its nerra tonic ::. ikr* it th? beat remedy for all kidney complaints, DYSPEPSIA Paine's Celebs Compoc.vp strerurthens tho Ktouiach, and ipiiut.H thr. aervrw of the ilvtoo-* tlvc or^a:iH. '1 hi-* la why it cures even tho wortm cam , f Dyspepsia. CO&ST?PATION P.uxe'f Celert 00mpooto is not a cathar tic It is ^ laxative, invinif t-any and natural notion to thM lr-.iw. L-. I...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 March 1888

- ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ~~ ALlilX A-iSTDRI A.. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MABCH 21. The prohibitionists are constantly meeting snags aod even more serloua ob? structions in their attempts to prohibit the consumption of an article made by the founder of the Christian religion, and now used in the performance of one of the sacra? ments of that church. The U. 8. Supreme Court has just decidod that a State has no power, under the Constitu?on, to prohibit the importation of wine, beer, whisky, or any other article of commerce. If the tem? perance people would strive as hard for a high license and for a law making drunken? ness a punishable offense, as they do for the unattainable object of prohibition, they would receive support sufficient to enable them to succeed,and thereby secure the opera? tion of two of the most effective of all tem? perance measures. But millions of worthy, orderly and law abiding citizens .should not be prohibited from the use of their accus? tomed drink because a few hundred f...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 March 1888

Iptoffliwa fertig. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MASCH 21. LOCAL MATTERS. j.- r this section fresh to brisk southerly, verr jU2 t<i i'i;sk westerly winds, colder, rain, followed by [?:: weather, W'th a cold wave. : Coupon Casks ?Tbe announcement ia tho Gazette yesterday that the " i n cases" whicb had been set fur in the Circuit Court to day, would not i at this term but that a special term held for their consideration the latter ? Mav, was a sttrpriso to many. ThiB jug Judge Keitb officially announced iipooementof the trial of such cases rderrd them all docketed for a hearing hereafter. A-elated yesterday this course en determined upon by Judge Keith si tbe suggestion of Commonwealth's Attor? ns Marbury to give all who so desire an opportunity of withdrawing their tenders of juponsand paying their taxes in monej-, mdsuch persons who do this by the time . special term of court begins will not be rHjiiirecl to pay any costs of suits that have been brought against them. It ia neither I?.. wis...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 March 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 21. The Bear Hugged the Thief.?An Italian wbo was traveling through the coun? try about Loa Angeles with a bear, which he had trained to wrestle and datce, stopped before a farmet'a house late one afternootu and after amusing the family with his per formances obtained permission to stay all night. The bear was placed ia the barn lor safe-keeping. Uuriug the night the family was aroused by a terrible noise in the bam Some one was screaming "Murder! Help !" and apparently engaged in a struggle for life. The farmer hastened to the spot, fed lowed by tho Italien and others of the bouse and found the lame bear wiib a man in his embrace, hogging him lightly, while the poor fellow struggled frantically to escape. J The bear was muzzled, and could do the ltd low no serious injury, though bo was very uncomfortably situated. The man proved to be a dishonest butcher, who bud come to the baru to steal a fine culf. In the darkness be had stumbled over the bear, who had s...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 March 1888

VOL. LXXXIX. ALEXANDRIA VA. THURSDAY INNING, MARCH 22, 1888. N?TcT MEDICINAL. Vor The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. A NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca, tho prominent in? gredients, are the best and safest Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and (luiets the nervous system, curing Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep lessness, &c. AN ALTERATIVE. It drive? out the poisonous humorsot the blood purifying and enriching it, and t-" overcoming those diseases r -'.iltinj from impure or impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Actin (rmildlybut surely on thebowels it cures habitual constipation, and promotcsareRUlorhabit. Itstrength ens the stomach, and aids digestion. A DIURETIC. In Its composition the best and mo^t a cttve diuretics of the Matena Medica sirecombhiedscicntifleallywithother effective remedies lor diseases of the kidnevs. It can be relied on to give quick "relief and speedy cure. Hundreds of testimonials have been received !rom peraoa? who have nawl this remedy with remarkablo beuelit. .S&...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 March 1888

ALEXANDRIA. THURSDAY EVENING, MABCH 22. Pbofhssob Ely, in the Baltimore Sun, boys: "Men living in Maryland know fall woll that they ar.- not at liberty to ray their men what they will to mine coal where they will, and in quantities which suit their own convenience They must do wbat they are told to do or suffer financi d ruin. a pursuit not a natural monopoly has bee 'Wu an artiticial monopoly through an al? liance with a business on which it depended, and whii li i? in its own nature a monopoly." The Professor refera to the idluence the rwi!road companies have over the coal mi ninu companies. All well informed men ait- aware of this icfiuence. And yet there are members of the Maryland legislature who want to uive the railroads more control than they already have over the coal com? panies in the Cumberland district, by de? stroying the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, the only competitor the railroads have in coal transportation, and the destruction of which would give the railroads an en...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 March 1888

THURSDAY EVENT. NV?. MASCH 22 LOCAL MATTERS. : iaid section brisk to high northwesterly, backing to southwesterly winds, colder, occasional . : snow, followed by fair weather. Attempt to Burn the Pioneer Mills. shortly after eight o'clock last night persons living in tfae neighborhood of the Pioneer jjills bad their attention attracted by a brilliant light in the second story of that building. The light glared vividly through _ ass and from tho manner iu which it upward iowardtheceiling.it was right fully conjectured that the mills was on fire aud an alarm was sounded. The depart men! wan quickly at the scene, and the doors having previously been broken open by persons in the vicinity who partially extinguished the Haines with buckets of ,, j . . Lhe members of the Hook and Lad? der t rmpany pur the fire out with their Babcock extinguisher without the aid of the engin< ? Tbe incendiary, or incendiaries, nl made perfect preparations for an exten? sive conflagration. They had place...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 March 1888

DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &c iLROADS. THURSDAY EVENING. MAEOH 22. &EASCTATZB A Railway Romance.?The ?re&t strife* on the"Q" road reminds me of r romance. In one of the towns on the main line lives a man who for years has been in the employ of the corporation which is now having trouble. From apprentice boy in the work ahophe worked bi? way up until be becam? ao engineer. Oae night he waa called up , and sent out on an extra. He hod not gor>e far on his rue when something danced be (ore the Klare of bis headlight, and aaqaick- i ly did h? reverf-o hin engine. Leaving the ; pilot, he walked down she track and found a child neatly wrapped und ? 11? .".wake.' He took it back to: be pilot, mnde a cot for i it, and proceeded >>? bid ron. o:; return the waif of the road wes taken ro bia home, adopted, reared and educated She became one of the beauties of tb.? little town, and grew into womanhood. The criiiineer al? though nearly thirty-five year.- older th?u the pretty-faced c...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 March 1888

VOL. LXXXIX, [URES Nervous Prostration. Nervous Head Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness, Sto and Eiver Diseases. Rheumatism, 'pepsio.ftn J sll affection; c.r tha Kit! FINANCIAL. ISfHAlffllBll ALEXANDELa. VA.. COR SEE .i.EE AHB PRINCE STREETS. b. FECUUSON BEACH, \ I C'HAS. E. HOOKT . President. J i Cnabicr. Prompt attention givon to all bn. since?, i nclnri Elections :hro iy: the United bt-.rc; f-.ud Enron*._ _ besoxi wheat, ' ' W. r:. :. .m ? President. i i Cashier. _* hju^j i CapM $100,000. Surplus S20,000 COLLECT-OXS MADE AXD FHOMP1W XEMI1TE1) .FSrALL KIKL-S OF INSiCUEIIIiS 2. SPECIAL!" Diskc-tors-.-, Whc ;t. E. L. Daingeradd, P. B. Hooe, John Perry, F. I,. Smith. ap4 Burke & Herbert. MIEIaifBHEBS Government Bonds LOCAL STOCKS AND ALL FIEST CLASS EAILROAD BONDS AND OTHER GOOD INVESTMENT SECURITIES. Uty9 BURKE.; KEEBEEY. LIVERY STALLE.-. WASHINGTON STREET livery, Sale & ExcbajigeStables. Eoarding and Hiring. Horses taken at Livery ; i<7 tho Day, Week or Mont!:. All kind.' of ve...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 March 1888

AI .KXANDRIA. FBI DAY EVENING, MARCH 23._ .Secretary Bayard has been unfortnnate in the eelection of the diplomatic agents he has sent to Mexico. The most recent one, General Bragg, the man who, at the Chicago convention, "loved Mr. Cleveland for the enemies be had made," those enemies being the leaders of the Tammany democracy of New York, like the others, ha3 been ban? queted there, and has made a speech, in which hesRid the United States would op? pose any attempt to overthrow the existing it.stituiions of Mexico, and that tho people of this country would not look favorably on reactionary movements thero. Now it is generally supposed that diplomatic agentB express tl e views, and speak by the book, of the government that appoints them ; but if Mr. Bayard instructed General Bragg to talk at the Mexican banquet as he is re? ported to have done, he did so certainly at least without the approval of the wise men of hie country, for all such men know that the t'fiited States havo no mo...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 March 1888

mm fcette. friday EVENING, MARCH 23. LOCAL MATTERS. Fortnis fection brisk northwesterly, backing ? utherly wind?, slightly warmer, fair _ _ interesting Decision.?As stated in the ette Judge Keith in the Circuit Court ? this city, yesterday delivered his opinion r of the plaintiff, iu the case of Aitch Bro. v.j. J. W. Summers et. al. Col. I I Smith represented the plaintiff and (.,;: g A. Mu-hbach the defendants. The rtdng ia the opinion, which will be of juterest to many : Aitcheson & Bro., / VH. \ W summers et. als. J i ie facts of this case are few and simple, bo?e upon which my judgment rests ire undisputed. The defendant, Summers, icitd with Sioutenburg, a house build instruct u house for him upon a cer lain i,.t in the City of Alexandria. Stoutenbuig oidered a portion of the ma 10 bs used in the construction of the .. h ui John W. Peake, at that time a ,; ? miii in this city, whose business it was [o lurnish supplies used in the construction of houses. Peako not ha\ing the ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 March 1888

FBI CAY EVENING. MARCH 23. Married at a High Speed.?A Cum berland special says : "A novel wedding took place en the east-bound accomrnoda tlon train oo the Baltimore and Ohio rai road on Saturday evening last as toe train was coming down the seveatebn-mlle grade at a very rapid rate. As it stopped at Swanton a gentleman and Jady boarded the train. Nothing was thought of it at ?be time, but at the next station a preacher atepped on the train arjd inquired of the conductor if a couple bad boarded hi3 train at Swanton. When informed tb*?y had, hu rushed through the cur to .vlier?.: ihn couple . were sstittd, aod ia tea presence* of ail ibe ! passengers pronounced them man and wile while the train was going ?t if* beat tpeed. The coud!? wero strangers to nil on board. The only rea?o;i given by the preacher for the haste was that the license waa made out in Maryland, and at the rate the train was going they would have soon been in West Virginia, and the license void. Ti.o bride and groom...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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