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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 1 March 1887

Vi'ASniNGTON ADVTS. REDUCTION IX FEI?ES ?OF FUiST-CLASS No. t. Reduced to $12: former price ?13.50 per !;alf dozcu. So. 2. Educed to $15; former price ?16.50 per half dozen. No. 3. Reduced to ?ls jier balf dozen. An inimitable Fit Guaranteed; Quality, Work? manship and Finish Unexcelled and Seldom Equalled. Press Shirts for Weddings and Receptions?Tho resent fashion of linen cords, Embroidered Fig res and Spot Besoms most thoroughly and ele? gantly luadi-. Fancy Shirtings in English Flannels, Zephyr, tud Cheviot, and French Percale. R. H. Taylor, Pennsylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. UUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SM??T & C?. SteamMoori?ff &Fi?nin2f Mil Manufacturers o.' : and WINDOW FRAMES, KOLBINGS, &c. Dealers iu ? 1HINGLES, LATHS; NAILS, LIME, ? A: CTNED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA Br-Lamber delivered in tho city free. ' TJ^EIiISJ=LJilTJ 1822. ioSlAH ELD. ?SM00T. life] Siogles, Lalls, ?.' MLS, LIME, CEMENT, CALCINED PLASTER. ....

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 1 March 1887

ALEXANDRIA. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1. Gov. Lee told the Gazette's Washington correspondent yesterday he would not hav called au extrasession of the Legislature if he had not had a recommendation to make to that body. It is hoped for his sake, as well as for tho State's, that that recommendation may he in the nature of a proposition for a compromise with the State's creditors, by which the long existing depressing and in? jurious tit bt question may be definitely set? tled, and Virginia'?"shattered credit" he re Btortd; and that in the meantime the State's oGQceis may be estopped from putting the Statu to aay more unnecessary expense by their vain attempts to set at defiance the mandates of U. S. courts, and that her collectors at least receive conditionally the coupons that may be offered, and thereby make it impossible for a man to pay tax hills amounting to one hundred thousand dollars with one hundred dollars in coupons, and still retain the saute coupons to use ia the same way n...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 1 March 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, MAECH 1. LOCAL NEWS. For tiii^ aet tiou local rains, warmer, southerly winds. Sirt eeded at Last.?Jamea W. Baker, who has been confined in the jail here charged with .stealing a horse from Chat? ham's stables last fall, and who had made two ineffectual attempts to escape, succeed? ed last night. On the two previous occa? sions, it will be remembered, Baker, by the manufacture from pieces of wood aud nails of several contrivances in the shape of keys, succeeded iu opening the prison doors and gaining the yard, where, by the aid of a lad? der made from strips of his bed clothing and pieces of wood from an outhouse, he pro? ceeded to scale the wall, but on both occa? sions was taken with vertigo aud fell back into the enclosure. Last night, however, it seems that the vertigo failed to play its part, and Baker, by the use of the same means employed in his two attempted escapes, succeeded, and is now at liberty, since the last endeavor on his part to gain the outer world...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 1 March 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, MAECH 1. Letter from Gen. ltoulunjrer. The French people of Atlanta, Ga., arc greatly excited over the reception of a letter from Gen. Bouliuzer by Capt. Burke in relation to the visit of the G ite City Guard to Frauce: REPCBLIQCE Fr.anx a.lSE, ] Office of tue Ministee of War. [ Paeis. February U, 1887. J Dear Captain : 1 have received the letter in? forming me of your intention to visit France with forty members of toe company whi cb you com? mand?the Gate City Guard. I am pleased to say ??hat 1 had already beeil informed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of your eontemplated visit be? fore receiving your welcome letter, and had al? ready replied that there wa? no obstacle to the realization of your wishes. You niaY consider your request as "having been received and warmly acceded to. and I will be proud to be among the tirstto welcome you. My visit to the United State? is a deep and grateful remembrance, aud I will take occasion to speak to you of it. It will aff...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 2 March 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. RFDTi'GTIO"^ IN" PRIDES -02? FIBST'CL?SS? . Bed uccd to $12; former price $13.50 per "Co. Reduced to $1S per half dozen. An Inimitable Fit Guaranteed ; Quality, Work aanship and Finish Unexcelled and Seldom Dress Shirt3 for Weddings and inceptions? Tho resent fashion of linen c jrd.-, Embroidered Fig rei and spot Besoms znoit thoroughly and ole y Shirtings in English Flannels, Zephyr, 11 Cheviot, and French Percale. Ft H. I ay lor, i 'Xl'*. Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, kc. ^MlY,SMOOT&CO. !ani Flooring & P sailing Mil] Manufacturers oi : ud WINDOW FBAMFS, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in [BEB. SHINGLES,LATHS" NAILS, LIME, ? LCINED PLASTEB ana CEMENT A'O. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA . 3 TL^SXidTlSSZEIX). 1822-> Si ALCINSD PLASTEBi SIASI":"ACTCEE.". 111" >B .' BLTlfDS, KRAMES, DINGS. MA NTELS, BRACKETS SD AT.f? KINDS OF WOOD yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory 15 north Lee st., Alexandria. Va. large for delivery in c...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 2 March 1887

ALEXANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MACCH ?. General Woi.selkv says if General Lee's advice bad been taken, an advance upon Washington would have been made by tbe Confederates immediately after tbe firs' battle of Manamas, and that that city would havo bsen captured. This is whac most peopie ncqnainted with the condition of affairs in Washington, as well a:i hi the Con? federate army, knew at the time, and what nearly all, except Genera! Joseph E. Johnston, know now. General Johnston, still ?ays, however, that be assumes all tbe responsibility for not making that advance, as he never heard of an army marching across a river a mile wide and twenty feet deep, ami says this, too, in tbe face of the fact that substqueutly the army did march across tbe name river several times, a few miles above Washington, and though he must know, if he bo a regular reader of tbe North American Review, or if bis acquaint? ances iu Washiugtou have informed him of the situation there ut the time referred to. t...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 2 March 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 2 LOCAL NEWS. For this section fair, warmer weather aud therly winds. Hydbaulion S. F. E. Co.?The regular meeting of this company was held last uight, Richard L. Came, President, in the chair, anil Herbert L. Kamey Secretar3\ One young man was elected to active member 5hip Tho President laid before the meet? ing a resolution of the City Council, handed bim by the secretary of the Board of Fire Wardens ou the night of the 21st in3t. at 9 o'clock, and his reply thereto, which were ordered on file. Measures were nearly completed tor procuring a handsome uni? form within a few months, much regret be itig expressed that the company had been catcht without one at the recent pa? rade. It having been stated upou what wa4 considered good authority that the Chief Engineer was about to resign, a resolution nomiuating Mr. J. Carlin Creigh tou to the City Council to till the vacancy was unanimously adopted and ordered to he sent to the other companies. After the transact...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 2 March 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 2. The Belled Buzzard Killed.?Advices that have reached us, state that the belled buzzard that has been spoken of in the south for years and which was recently seen in :tiis county, was *hot the other day by J. C Corrington at Tunis, Texas. The bell was ??veil toned, of bras.?, and about two and a half inche3 across the base. Ifcwashuugto i mo bird by a copper -.vire, twisted arouuu :tif. ueck. Them was no chafing, the skin liting protected by an abuudauce of down"; ??1S79" wa.s scratched ou tho narrow, flat top of the bell. The last beard of the bird was ; i Virginia, a short time ago, and it was pre sumably on its way Bouth at that time. The constantly recurring visits of the bird to this locality have been a standing local for a number of year- and it is a matter of great regret that we will not, in the future, be able to chronicle the wanderings of the bird. ?Centreville (AW.) Observer. The Church and the Knights.?-The American bishops at Rome take a fav...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 3 March 1887

WASHINGTON APVTS. REDCCTIOX2J PRICES ?OF FIRST- CLASS? No. I. Reduced to $12 ; former price $13.50 per i:rilf dozen. No. 2. Educed to $15; former price $1(3.50 per half dozen. No. 3. Reduced to SIS per half dozen. An Inimitable Fit Guaranteed; Quality, Work niansbip and Finish Unexcelled and Seldom Equalled. Dress Shirts for Weddings and Receptions? Tbo ? resent fashion of lim n cords, Embroideicd Fig res and Spot lk :oms most thoroughly and ele? gantly made Fancy Shirtiugs in English Flannels, Zephyr, I Cheviot, and French Percale. R. H. Taylor, iKlli Pennsylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, kc. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. S^'aiiiFiooriiig&PlaiiiiigMill Manufacturers of : K M ):t and WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, ?c. Doalors in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME CALCINED PLASTER ana CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDKIA, VIRGINIA S3"Lnmber delivered in tbo city free. ESTABLISHED 1S22. : )8IAH Iii). SMOOT, DEAXEB IN Lioer. mm IAILS, LIM E, CEMENT, CALCINED PLASTER,...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 3 March 1887

THl'ESDAY EVENING, MAUCH :i. The ways and Means Committee of the 1'. S. House of Representatives yesterday reported adversely upou a I>ii 1 to admit temporality building material free of duty iDto tbe port of Eastport, Maiue, which town has recently been devastated by fire. The report was proper, and was iu tho line of the Presideut's wise policy, at ltastin that particular respect, that "though the peo? ple must support tho government, the Gov? ernment must not support the people." Tbe committ.e say they would willingly, act! gladly, report a bill for admitting per? manently, free of duty, building material into all tbe ports of the country, if the re? publicans with the so called democratic contingent under Mr. Kandail would allow it 10 pass. When the contingent referred to shall cea>e to profess democracy it will be better for the party to which they say they belong. It was receutly slated in the Gazette's Washington correspondence that a rule is in operation in the Postoff...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 3 March 1887

THURSDAY EVEKING. MARCH 3. LOCAL NEWS. For tliis section fair weather and colder north? easterly winds. Columbia Stkam Fike Engine Compa? ny-.?The regular monthly meeting of this company was heid last evening with Pres dent W. A. Smoot iu the chair and J. H. Strider, secretary. Two applications for ac? tive membarship were leceived and re? ferred to the prop?r committee. Tho president congratulated the company on their line appearance in the parade on tho 22d of February. The following resolutions wore unanimously adopted : Besolved, That h v t -of thanksi; here!>y tend? ered to the ladies, ea'ju aud every one, who furn? ished flora! deeorations for the apj'Hratus and issisted the company iu bringing the same out iu such ..-laborate style as to eau5e them to be the recipients of many congratulations on their gen eral atpesrauce. Besolved, That tiie thanks of this Company are teudered the following gentlemen : Mr. Kieliard Morse, of t!io Adams Expre? Co. of Wa-hiugton, aud Mr. U. ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 3 March 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 3. The Late Steamboat Disaster.?A few additional details of the burning of the Steamer Gardner o?i the Tombigbee river, have been received. The fire was caused by a spark from the smokestack falling upou a bale of cotton. A negro, who tried to put it out, got his clothes afire, and, running about in fright, his garments set fire to the oiher bates, and the fire thus became spread so that it could not bo controlled. The pilots had to quit the wheel while the boat waa in midstream. The flames soon caused all on board lo jump into the water. Most of the passengerd wbo perished were drowned, though one or two may have been first injured by the flames. Capt. Stone swam aBhore. The steamer Folly, which happened to be near by, came as near the burning steamer as she dared, and picked up in boats several persons. But for this fortunate incident few lives would have been paved. The first reports of the loss of life are confirmed. Four of the per sons lost, reported as...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 4 March 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. REDUCTION Of PRICES -Ol- FIRST-CLASS Custom-made Sits. No. 1. Reduced to $12; formor prico $13.50 per half dozen. No. 2. Reduced to $15: former price $10.50 per half dozen. Nu. 3. Reduced to Si* per Imlf dozen. An Inimitable Fit Guaranteed : Quality, Work? manship and Finish Unexcelled and Seldom Equalled. Dross Shirts for Weddings and Reception.-?Tho present fashion of linen cords, Embroidered Fig? aros and Spot Bosoms most thoroughly and ele? gantly made Fancy Shirtings in English Flannels, Zephyr, Cheviot, and French Percale. R H. Taylor, <i:t:t Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON. D. 0. BUILDING MATERIAL, xc. ~ PERRY, SMOOT & CO. SteamFlooring&PlaningMiD Manufacturers of : wd WINDOW FEAMFS. MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. .VO. 25 SQRTII UNION ST., "ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA rS""Lumber delivered in the city froo. e st,^^3lisi3:e5d-T822. JOSIAH ED. SMOOT, DEALUIJ IN tali. Stales, Laths, NAILS, LIME...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 4 March 1887

Alexandria. FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 4._ A3 thk President seetns possessed of the idea that "recognition" of negroes consists in the fact oi giving them lucrative federal offices, why does he restrict the operation of that idea to Northern negroes? There are negroes in the South just as intelligent and capable a3 any who can he found in the North, and as the President declines to give them officer at home, in that particular fol? lowing the fame policy he adopts towards their raca in the North, why doesn't he treat them as he does the latter in another respect, and give them offices in Washing? ton ? The President's long cherished object is to have the votes of more than four Northern States at the next election; hut though bie knowledge of negro character ia adniitttd to be limited, he can hardly he so utterly ignoiaut of it as to suppose he can win the support of the negroes in the Northern Statts by appointing democratic negroes to office, and thereby achieve the object referred 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. — 4 March 1887

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 4 LOCAL NEWS. Fj: this sectiou light snow and rain, lower. fol . I . y hiijUer temperature, uortheasterly winds. Memorial to Dr. Ameler.?The import? ed bronze tablet recently executed by Messrs. j. & R. Lamb, of New York, from funds provided for the purpose by the medi? cal corps of the United Slates navy, has .-: Keen hung iu the Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, on exhibition. Eventually the tablet will be placed iu the surgeon-gener tlice at Washington. The memorial is in honor or Dr. James Markham Ambler, the-urgeon of the Jeaunette exploring ex oedition to tho Arctic regions. In size the tablet i* about five feet by three feet six in? ches. The design includes a simple border, classic in treatment, with acanthus-leaf bor |ers,anoval medallion portrait of the late Dr. Ambler, aud below t a long parallelo? gram which gives a representation of one of the closing sceues of his life. Here he is seen upon the banks of the Lena delta, performing his duties as...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 4 March 1887

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 4. I*ope Leo's Anniversary. Yesterday was the tenth anoiversary of the coronation oi' the Pope, and the occasion was grandly celebrated at St. Peter's. Rome, The Pope celebrated mass in the Statine Chapel, it being the only day in the year when he appears with tiara and is borne on the ^fdia gestatoria. Tbc garb of Lent was thrown aside for the time being, ana the grand altars were decorated in magnificent style. The hour of the grand pontifical maps was set for 11:30, but long before that time the chapel was crowded. The Swiss Guards appeared in their handsome uni? forms, and the ambassadors and church dig nitaries occupied the front pews. The scene when the processiou entered the great sanctuary was magnificent. Preceded by censor and cros3 bearers, came the long line of prelates. Every eye in the vast audience gazed expectantly towards the sacristy an th*- procession passed through into the sanc? tuary. Towards the last of tl.e brilliant retinue appeared the...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 5 March 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. REDL'CTIOX LN PRIC ?OF FIRST-CLASS W?Made Skirts. No. 1. Reduced to $12: former price S13.50 per half dozen. 5Jo. 2. B' iucod to $15: former price ?16.60 per half dozen. No. 3. Reduced to $1* per half dozen. An Inimitable Fit Guaranteed ; Quality, Work manship and Finish Unexcelled and Seldom Eouaiicd. Dre3s Shirts for Weddings and Receptions?The present fashion of linen cords, Embroidered Fig iires and Spot Besoms :uo3t thoroughly and ele? gantly made. r'ancy Shirtings in English Flannels, Zephyr, and Cheviot, and French Pcrcaio. H. H. Taylor, S>?3 EVrtusylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. Steam FiooriugcvPlaiiiiig Mill Manufacturers of : OOB and WINDOW FRAMFS, .MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. \ L EXA N D BIA. VIRGIN IA 2&~Lumbei delivered in tho city free. .-J 3 rr A. "E5 .TL x S ii"3DTJ ~1S 2 2 - JOSLAH H.D. SMOOT, DEALEB...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 5 March 1887

SATCEDAY EVENING. MARCH TeB Baltimore American yesterday BftiJ : ' Two years ago to-day Grover Cleve? land was inducted into office nruid the plaudit* and good wishes of thousands of democrats. Those who shouted loudest on that occasion would manifest similar dem? onstrations of joy if bis term expired to? day.'' Yes. and with good reason, lor no patty was ever before so disappointed in t lie principles and policy ofthe man it had elected. By the exercise of bis legitimate influence Mr. Cleveland could have secured the election of a democratic Senator from Illinois, and thereby bave lied the present Senate. He also had it within bis power to unito the democrats in the United Stales House of Representatives and enable them to carry on' the promises of tbo platform upon which he was elected regarding the redaction ofthe tariff on the necessaries of life. But, instead of exerting that influence, be bus held aluo: from bis party und taken un part in the consultations of its wisest leade...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 5 March 1887

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 5 LOCAL NEWS. For this section local rains, warmer, easterly winds. ,_ Church Services, &c., Sunday.? Clirist Cfiurch.?Services at 11 a. m. by Rev. H. Suter and communion. Children's ser? vice at 4 p. m. St. Paul's Church.?Service at 11 a. m. by Rev. Geo. H. Norton and communion. Grace Chwch.?Service at 11 a. m. by Rev. H. T. Sharp and communion. St. Mary's Church.?Mass at 7 a. in., and Mass and sermon at 11 a. m. by Rev. Father H. C. Denny, S J. Vespers at*4 p. m. First Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. by Rev. J. M. Noursie. Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and communion and at 7:30 p.m. by Rev. Wo, Dinwiddie. Baptist Church.?Service at 11 a. m. aud 7.30 p. m. by Rev. I. M. Mercer. Trinity Ifelh. Epis. Church.?Servicej at 11 a. in. by Rev. Mr. Lee and at 7:"0 p. m. by Rev. J. M. Nourse. Mefh. Epis. Church South.?Services at 11 a. m. by Bishop Keener and at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. S. Rogers, P. E. Meth. Prot. Church.?Servic...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 5 March 1887

SA TUE' AY EVENING, MASCH 5. Troublk OS the Border.?Thursday night Deputy sheriff Sheed saw Lieut. Guit ,:-]fz and four aimed Mexican soldiers cross? ing into the United Slates, near Nogale?, Ariz. Calling on Henry Lipplegate and Dr. Purdy to e.ccompan\ him he went to in vee'iaate'th?? reason of armed M~xicans en? tering the United States. Anivmg at the custom house the lieutenant, covering Lip ->legate with a rovoiver, demanded the re? lease of a Mexieau prisoner named Kinean, but the American protested tbey bad no Mexican prisoner*. Guitterez was then placed under arrest, and the lieutenant call e i on some Mexicans, who were in ambush to re-cue him Lipplegate was covered with a rifle, whereupon Sheed ordered Lip ple<ate to tire, and be himseil' then dis? charged bis pistol at the soldiers, who in turu tired at Lipplegate, but the latter thrust the gnu aside. The firing became general. The Mexican* retreated across the line and the Americans followed. The American population...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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