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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 February 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. MARK-DOWN SALE -Ol Four and .'Ivo button Kid, six bnttm length Mousquetairo Suede, and four batton Castor Gloves at N E T V C E NTS P E R P A I B ! lorly sohl at $1,38 ami $1.53 per pair. R: H: Taylor, t>:t:> Pennsylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. i'.l'iLDING MATERIAL, ocC. UMXSMOOT&C?. ?: i ?:a 111F looring & Planing Mill Manufacturers of 1 OO? and WINDOW EEAMES, MOLDINGS: &c. Dealers in .umber. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER ana CEMENT. AT0. 25 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA ????t. iraboi delivered in tho city free. OSIAH H. D. SMOOT, dkalee is ik Sifk Laths, SAILS,LIME,CEMENT,CALCINED PLASTER, &c &c, &c. MASUFACTUBBB OK : ?RING, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, FRAMES, M( >ULDINGS. MANTELS. BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OK WOOD WORK. Otlice and yard No. "21 north Union st. Factory Nos. 13 and 15 north Lee st., Alexandria, Va. ~^-No charge for delivery in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 February 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, FEBBUABY 17. Mr. IngALLS, in bis speech on the bill for increasing the efficiency of the navy, in the Senate yesterday evening, said : "The Senate had beeu, within tho last few weeka, appropriating millions on mil? lion?. Wealthy men. who cared not how the money was to go, had been doing so. He hoped the Senate would pause iu its headlong career long enough to have seme tangible information as to how much money there was in the Treasury and how far these bills would affect the surplus, about which there was so much agitation. He should be glad now (before being called up? on to vote {>r the fifteen or eighteen million in this bill, iii addition to the twenty-one million voted for ordaauce for coast do fen es) to have n statement Horn the chair? man of the committee on appropriations r.s to how long the 'fountain of Pactolus' would uffotd the golden stream necessary to meet the appropriations which the Senate was making by uununihered millions." Fortunate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 February 1887

THt'ESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 17. LOCAL NEWS Kor th's section fair weather, followed by local ra us au 1 warmer southerly winds. 1'kom New Yuri: to Livkbpool in' Four DAYS.?Tbe New Yo:k Tribune of to day gays : "The dispatch frooi Washington pub? lish! yesterday ?latiug that '.he Arrow Steamship and Snip Building Company of K w IToik bail purchased the Marioe Rail way and Sfaiu-Buiidlug Company'* yard at A'exandria, Vu., was confirmed at the office of the Company, No 115 Broadway. Rob? ert M. Fryer, ehi? f engineer of the lino, says : ,;'We will begin work at once to build the ways for our first Bteatnsbip, the Pocar hontaa; but there ure to be no extensive shops built there. Our frames, which are -imply tbe bulkheads, and all of tbe plates will be prepared ut tbe wmks where we uro having them made. The compli tion of this vessel, aod others to follow, will ma:k an era of revolution in the transatlantic trade, tiuce they are to be const:noted upon a new ;>riacip!e and with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 February 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17. European War Rumors,?Prince Ho? henlohe, governor of Alsace-Lorraine, has issued an election manifesto in which he says the government asks for the passage of the septeanate bill because it is persuaded that Germany will be threatened with war as noon as that part of the French nation which longs for war sbali regard the French army superior to the German. The friends nf peace in the province are asked tosend advocates of the septennate to the Reicbslag and thus ensure a stable feeling in the prov? ince. He affirms thatjthe reunion of Alsace Lorraine with Germany is inevitable and the days are pregnant with decisive issuer. The Berlin JS'achnichten says the threaten? ing character of the situation is becoming more acute. In view of the fact that pre? parations have been made to shelter 200,000 men it saya Germany must deal with the .strengthening of the French liue to enable it at the beginning of hostilities to throw a large force across the frontier....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 February 1887

WASHINGTON advts. ARK-DOWN SALE LADIES' ;:? and five boil >a Kid', six button length Mou3quetairc Suede, and four button Castor Gloves at i !N ETY CENTS PEE PAIR! '01.rly sold at $1.38 and $1.55 i cr pair. R: H: Taylor, !>:$:? Pennsylvania Avcnnc, WASHINGTON. D. C bViXDING material^ &t. PERRY, SMOOT&GO. mi Fl oori ii & F J ani u Mi ? J <_< o Manufacturers of ? WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in .U.MBEE, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS. LIME, !IN E D PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. :r> NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA t delivered in tho city free. SIAH H. D. MOOt d2axeb in mir, bliiDgles, \m ?:, CEMENT, OAXiCXN etc.. &b.. &c. mancpactubee of ? I JING, DOORS, SASH,BLINDS, FRAMES, ? :i:i.!.r;. ;--. MANTELS. BRACKETS AN D ALL KINDS OP WOOD WORK. Cilice and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory L3 and 15 north Lee st., Alexandria. Va. rSf^No chargo for delivery in city. j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 February 1887

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 33, Gkn. MAHONE wrote a public letter some time ago, iu which he narrated at. length the Bppropriatioua he had induced tho Seu ate to make for public buildings in Virciuia aud complained of the inefficiency of the Virginians iu the House, because they had not been equally as successful iu that body There are so few members of the Senat? that the courtesies of that body permit any one of them to push through it as many 01 such littie bills of the character referred tc as ho may thiuk proper. But it is vastly different in the House, where every mo? ment of time is watched with vigilence by those who have similar bills, and where the individual exigencies are so great that strict rules take the place of courtesy. Then, too, it would not be ut all strauge if same dem? ocrats in tho House, from other States than Virginia, have been induced to oppose the bills the General so ostentatiously refers tt in his letter, lest their passage might resull to his advautnge. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 February 1887

t'?IDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18. LOCAL NEWS For this district rain, lower temperature, t. nlli wi-:erly wiod? shifting to northwesterly. Estimated Si'eeu of the Pocahontas Iu compliance with the following dispatch received at this oilice to day, we publish Mr. Prayer's letter in tho New York Tri btnic: New Y/okk, February 18. To Alexandria Gazetle . See my letter in to-day's N w York Tribune denying the rate of speed and challenging prac? tical adverse criticisms. The Pocakouta? wi 1 be built as de:igu?d and judged by her merits. fiOBT. M. Fkykk To Ihr editor of the Seio York Tribune: Mi:: In a local item in y? ur issueof ti? day COU i-eriilug the Air,,?- tsteam-hip Company's vc set : oeahouta?, I a:;i erroneously rcpreiented as say ,i ,' gbe w ill "make tiii' voyage from New York to Liverpool in a little more than four days." Per? mit nie to s?y that I only claim for her that will make thy transatlantic voyage tu less than six days: how much less, time will determine. You say that "ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 February 1887

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18. Letter from Fairfax. [Correspondence of the Alexandria Gazette]. Dranesville, Fairfax Co., Feb. 17.?The canvass for the various county offices is get? ting lively and the woods are full of candi? dates. There is some acrimony in the fight. The report of our county treasurer made public, contains an interesting exhibit of last year's expenditure*, and the opera? tions of the board of supervisors. There seems to be a general demoralization amont; some of our county officials. They appear to have loose ideas of the exact meaning of pauperism, or how to use the people* money. Last year over half the amouut of the county levy (ubout $10,000) was appro? priated to puy pauper claims, principally outside paupers?five times as much as ?ome of our sister counties pay, where there are two paupers to one here. We are apprehensive that this prevailing epidemic may spread as it encourages indolence and idleness. A bridge was built across a iittie lazy stream at a cost...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 February 1887

VOL. LXXXVin ALEXi yORiA VA. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 18S7,_NO. 44. WASHINGTON A?VTS. \iARK-DOWN SALE ?OF /"N TT and five batton Kid, six button length Mousguetairc Sue?e, and four button Castor Gloves at ? I NET Y CENTS FEE P A I E ! "ormerly sold nt $1.38 and Sl.fio per pair. R: H: Taylor, : Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. UUILDING M?TjBRi?X, &c. " IZSM?OT&CO. Steam Flooring & Planing Mill Manufacturers of ? IOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in . SHINGLES. LATHS, NAILS. LIMF, [NED PLASTES ana CEMENT. ?. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA ! SrLmnbar deliverod in tho city frco. . iSIAff?SM?li, DKALES IS tafeL StiBfles, Iis, tl) 5,LI t? '..GENES calcined plaster. &c. &c... ire. SfAX?FACTUBKS OF ? i .;;:>'.:. doors, sash.blinds, frames, MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD work. Office and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory Nos. U> ami 15 north Leo St., Alexa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 February 1887

ALEXANDRIA. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11?. State Senator Gee, of lue Petersburg district, a Mahoneite, has been in Washing? ton. On the debt question in the Stale he is reported a^ talking decidedly in favor of compromise. From the way nearly all the leading republicans now talk^nd from Gen? eral Mahone's reticeuce on the subject re? ferred to, it would not b? at all surprising if the rumor current some time ago, that Ibe Getieral will advise a compromise, bo cor? rect. Ho could do so upon the ground that the State, having done all it was possible to do to prevent the payment of the debt, will not be justified in pursuing that course any louger in direr t opposition the mandates of the highest court in the land. Should be do so, sr)me of the wisest democrats in the State fear he will carry the nest .legislature and be returned to the Senate in place of Mr. Riddleberger. In case he shall adopt that policy, he will not only carry all of hi* own party, all the straightout republicans,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 February 1887

34 , i Ii day evening, february so LOCAL NEWS. i ,.i tiiis sec; ion colder, fair weather mind north vn ? steriy wiuda. Church Services, &c? Sunday.? Christ Church.?Services at 11 a. m. aud 7:15 p. in. liv Rsv. II. Su'ter. St. Paul's Church.?Service at 11 a. m. ami 4 [>. m by Rev. Geo. H. Nortou. Grace Church.?Service at 11 a. in. and 7::>0 p. ni. by Kev. H. T. Sharp. St. Mary's Church.?Mass at 7 a. in., and Mass ami sermon at 11 a. m. by Rev. Father Do Wolf. Vesper.-: at 4 p. in. First Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 a. m. aud 4 p. m. bv Rev. J. M. Xourse. Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at I! a. m. ami al 7:30 p. id. by Rev. Wm. Din widdie. Baptist Church.?Service at 11 a. in. and 7 30 p. m. bv Rev. L M. Mercer. Trinity Me!h. JZpis. Church.?Services at 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m. by Rev. John Ed wards. Met ft. Epis. Church South.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. R. Smithson. Meth. Prot. Church.?Service at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 February 1887

gATUEtJAT EVENING, FEBRUARY 19. Struck by Lightning.?Yesterday even? ing a heavy tbunder stortn, accompanied by severe lightning, passed over Staten Island. At about six o'clock the large four story building, No. 4, on the Americau cotton docks at Tompkinsville. was struck by light? ning, setting fire to a number of cotton bale? on the lop floor. In a short time the entire building, containing about S 000 bales of cotton, was enveloped in flames. Toe rain continued to pour down in torrent?, and the lightning was still very severe. The wind was blowing light from the south, being fa? vorable for the safety of the other building and docks, as tho building where the lire originated was situated to the north of the other building. Tho fire department, how? ever, was unable to get the tierce flatnrs under control, and then uuderiook to pro toct the other buildings. It is expected that the loss will amount to about $250,000. There was a rumor atloat that the building had been set on fire ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 February 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. MARK-DOWN SALE -or T JU GLOVES. 1 live button Kill, six button length Mousqnotaire Suede, and four l)iitton Castor Gloves at N i N K T V C E N T S P E B P ALE! ? ly sold at $1,38 and si .55 per pair. R: H: Taylor, iKi'i Pcnrnsylrania Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, &e. ^;:i?iY;SMO?T&GCX : i 11F iooriiig & Plani ug Mi 11 Manufacturers of and WINDOW FEAMES, MOLDINGS, &c Dealers in . :.:. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, LLCINED PLASTEB ana CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA '-./imbor delivered in the city free. ::ABLISHED 1822".~ SHH fl. D. SIOOT, DEAXES IN* Wer, Shingles, Latte, L .: i: ? B, CEMENT. CALCINED PLASTER, sc.. <ic. Sc. uanufacxdbeb of E U N ?RING, DOOBSi SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, [O?LDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORE. e and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory Nos. 13 and 15 north Leo st., Alexandria. Va. ::-ir-No - for delivery in city. jan2S TIMES F. CAB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 February 1887

ALEXANDRIA. monday evening, ferrcaey 121. Ok all the- citie3 iu the country it is most natural and becoming that Alexandria should observo \\'a6riiDgtou,d birthday a3 u holiday. To other cities the memory ol "the Father of his country" is held in grati? tude, resptct and reverence, but here, there are added to these feelings others which make Alexandria the one peculiar city where the celebration of "the 221" should never be omitted. Alexandria was Wash? ington's postoffice and market town, and hero lie attended both church and lodge The shoes of his horse were accustomed to strike Gre from the cobble stones of Alexan? dria's .-treet.*, and the bricks in its side wa'ks have been worn by his footsteps. He vim the personal acquaintance and friend of the grand and great grandfather? of many of the people of the city, and it was in his daiiy association with them that be exhibit? ed some of Ihc.-^e frailties of human nature which, by removing him from the li?tof gods, endeared him still...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 February 1887

Mo.VDaY EVENING, FEBRUARY -1. LOCAL NEWS ? ur iliia petition local ruins, higkr.- temperet ire H ,| , vti rly wine's. nie 23lMl oC February Parade. programm! of procession. Squad of Police, rjuief Maishal and Aides with white suib.es and rosettes. M irsba's ?blue, yellow and red ushei and ros? ettes - dent of the United States and Cabinet in carriages. ->suators ami Members of Congress in carriages, jl,-. : and Nty Officials and Chief Engineer of Fiie Department and Fire Wardens iu carriages. Alexmdria Prcta iu carriages. Aloxandri i Licht Infantry. Union Veteran Corps of Washington, s; Joha's Cadet Corps, t orcorau Cadet Corps, l-uitwt SuteJ Artillery company, consisting of ,'?0 horses aud men arid four field pieces aud tour cai-vjusand full corps of mounted officers. Vi?itiug Veteran Firemen, with thoir autiqnc ap paratns, from Baltimore and Washington. Friendship Fire Company with full cerj-, of Mar? shals. Hydraulion Fire Company with full corps of .Marshals. Belief B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 February 1887

--r ? ? v r\ MONDAY EVENING. FEBETJABY 21. The Lental Season.?The regulations for Lent by order of Cardinal Archbishop Gibbons tvere read in all Catholic churches yesterday, and are as follows : Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, falls on the -N'.d of February. 1. AH the faithful who have completed their 21st year are, unless legitimately dis? pensed, bound to observe the fast of Lent. 2. They are to make only ouo meal a day, excepting Sundays. o. The meal allowed on fast days is not to be taken till about noon. ?1. Flesh meat and fish are not to bo used at the same meal during Lent. 5. A small refreshment, commonly called collation, is allowed in the eveuiug, not to exceed the fourth part of an ordinary meai. (I. At the collation it is permitted to use bread, all kinds of fruits, salads and vegeta hies. The use of butter, cheere, milk and eggs is also tolerated by virtue of long estab? lished custom. 7. General Usage has uiade it lawful to lake in the morning some warm liquid, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 February 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. MARK-DOWN SALE -or? GLOVES a ;':vc button Kid. six button length msquotairo Suede, and four button Castor Gloves at ET Y CENTS PEE P A I B! ?: H: Taylor, r-:;:5 Pcnusyivania Avenue, WASHINGTON, 1). C. BUILDING MATERIAL, kc. : .sxssmoot&c?. am Flooring&Planing Mi IS tfanufacturors o: . LW1SDOW FBAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in" .. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, . I CINED PLASTES anfl CEMENT. r0.25 SORTE JTSI0JST8T., ALEXANDRIA, VIBGINLl ? ;.: or delivered in the city free. {Gsrr?5siTxsBnBiD 1822. I0SIAB E D. SHOOT, DEAiEB 2K CEMENT, CALCINED PLASTEB. &c <xc\. ?sc. MANITACTCICEE OK LC ?BING t) 1 IBS,-SASH. BLINDS, FBAMES, ? iDLDINGS, MANTELS. BEACKETS AN i) A LL KINDS OF WOOD WOBEI aud yard No. '21 north Union st. Factory L8 and 15 north Lee dt., Alexandria, V;>. :' jaB~No charge for delivery in city. jaui'S 1} i PEAKE, BL3 (JDS, HABDWABE, PAINTS LEADS, CEMENT, LUMBER, LIME. [NED PLASTEB, SLATE MAN D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 February 1887

A LEXANDRIA. TUESDAY evening, FEBRUARY 22. Tins parade here to-day in c elebration oi Washington's birthday was a very cred? itable* affair, and, apparently at least, was enjoyed by all who witnessed it. The 22d, with rare exceptions, has always been cb served in Alexandria, and always should b ; and its celebration Bhould grow with the city's growth. U ihk President be consistent, it is hard to tell how he can help vetoing the bill to'' redeem the trade dollar*. In his letter to Mr. Waroer.and other democratic members of the 48th Congress, he deplored the con eequencesof the continued coinage of the silver dollar, said it was of momentous im? portance to prevent an increase of such , coinage, and portrayed in graphic .-tyle the evil effects of that increase in scaling down the purchasing power of every silver dollar paid iuto the hand of toil. The bill, as originally passed by the Senate, was a pro? per one, but the House, by amending it, at the instance of the silveritos in* that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 February 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBR?AKY 22. LOCAL NEWS. o; this district local rains, followed by fair ?eitler, variable winds, generally northerly, high *r followed by lower temperature. CITY COUNCIL. Another called meeting of the City Coun? cil was held last night at the request of the Mayor, who sent a communication in the hoard of aldermex requesting Council to reconsider its action iu regard to making an appropriation toward defraying the expenses of the parade to-day, also that the papers sent to the Aldermeu last Friday night be transmitted to the Common Council. Mr. Lead beater suid iuasmuch ts he was the only member who voted against the res olutioti appropriating the sura asked for, he would move a rccon&ideration of the matter, winch bring seconded by Mr. Straus, the mo lion prevailed, when the latter offered a resolution donating one hundred dollars for the Iis?! of the parade committee, and pre ceeded to give his reasons therefore. He was a tax payer, and appreciated the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 February 1887

T?E3DAY EVENING, FEBEU VEY 22. Fiendish Burglars?Last Friday a night a ?aiu: of burglars invaded the house of John Bortmas :n Oakland township near Dubois, Pa. The old man Sred at them, i.ut the ohot did not take effect. They then demanded that heeurrender the money they knew ho had in bis possession, but though I hey put a rope around bis neck aod drew him up three times to the top of the door und almost killed bim be refused to divulge ica hiding place. They then placed a drawn razor at his throat, but be told them they might kill before he gave upthemonev. Finally Ihey put some red hot coals on a shovel, and baring bir feet held him on them. Tois torture was too groat, and bo begged for mercy, at tho sainu time telling them where the money was. They got $312, bu: tbinkiug ho bad more they renewed the coal torture, hut ho protested they hrwi secured ail the money be had. They then tied hiui !o ;\ bedpost and cooked a tupper. which they ate before leaving the bouse. Bortmas was rel...

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