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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 March 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. 5 B ft IC E <):;:'. Pennsylvania .Vvorsuc, WASHINGTON, D. C. ILLING AGENT FOR MENS AND BOYS oNLV TW KV TV-FIVE CENTS PER I'AIR ; e Shawknit arc the. only seaiulo:* stockings ??kielt are knitted in conformity with the shape human foot. They are the only nne-> wliich foot porfectly and remain in place upon it. Be wan ol "imitations''often sold as Shawknit lealers who make more money on inferior .Is, :in<l are either ignorant or unprincipled nough to recommend them as "equal in all re Stocking has the. trade mark stamped on the toe?which seo when buying. TC-S TUT SELLING AGENT, WASHINGTON. D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL. Ic. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. SteamFlooriug&Planing Mill Manufacturers of [X I.OB and WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS. &c Dealers in LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS; NAILS. LIME,] CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNIONi-T.. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGIN: A <cEr*Lumber dolivorod in tiie city free. = ::ablishstj" IS22T iOSIAH EM SMOOT, Uli OJ IJ( 11.1? . LI ME....

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 March 1887

$ ^ ^ WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAECH_^0__ It will be seen that by a vote of that body the Speaker, Judge Charles E. Stuart, of this city, has been chosen chairman of the commission on the debt on the part of the House of Delegates, and he will doubtless be chairman of the full Legislative commis eion. Judge Stuart po33esses all the qualifi? cations in an eminent degree to Gil this im? portant position, and ha3 now an opportuni? ty to make for himself and bis colleagues a name and fame truly enviable among bis countrymen. The knotty debt question can be settled on principals alike favorable lo the State and her creditors, and the solution will, to a great extent, devolve upon this commission and the subsequent action ol the Legislature. Judge Stuart should there? fore bring to bear upon the subject all hia abilities, and putting the crodit and honor of the State paramount to every other con? sideration should look only to that end. Any othe-r course will be just cause for con? demnation. _...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 March 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAEC1I ::>>. LOCAL NEWS. For tliis district fair wt-atlier, warmer, variable winds, generally easterly. CITY COUNCIL. A called meeting of the City Council was held last night at the request of the Mayor to consider an act drawn up by Mr. Samuel (1. Brent, Corporation Attorney, to be pre sented to the Legislature for adoption, em iweriog the City Council wheu extending, grading or paving streets, or making other improvements in thoroughfares, to deter? mine what proportion of the cost thereof ?hall be assessed against property owners thereon. ( The proposed act was published in fall in Monday's Gazette. ) The iuten liou of the Mayor is to have settled lor ouce the city's rijrht to assess such costs, aud Lis ;uti.>:i was instigated by the recent decision ol the i'ciirt of Appeals in the case of Green vs. Watd, h c tso originating in an attempt uii the part of this city to collect an im? provement tax, nud which was decided against the city. THE BOARD OK ALD...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 March 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 30. M. Busch relates that be, one evening in 1877, heard Bismarck complain very bit i " j of his lot in life. Hie career, be said, b?d t'ivrr. very little s-atislaction to him=e!f person&i'y, hod won him very few friends : fie had not added to the happiness of birr, pie f, ? f bis family or of any one. One of tn >se who beard hirn tav this suggested tbat be bad made a great nation very hap? py. "Yes," be replied, "but how many 'other nations have I rendered unhappy? But for me three great wars would never have taken place, 80,000 men would not hive been killed in battle, fathers, mother-, brothers, listers and wives would not hav<; b-en pluuged into misery. I have settled all that with my conscience and with my Creator, but I have reaped very little, if any, happiness from ali that I have done; the only things it has yielded me are var iou-; anxieties and griefs." Tun La->t of the FbeePas?e?.?Sevt ral verses of poetry entitled "TheWail of the Un...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 March 1887

VOL. LXXXVIII_ ALEXANDRIA, VA^ TH?RS DAY EVENING. MARCH 31, 1887. _ NO. 74. WASHINGTON ADVTS. a ?>:?:'. Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. ELLING AGENT FOR MEN.-: AND ROYS pTTiwrnm nnm UJ ONLY TWENTY FIVE CENTS PER PA LR. MX JE riit< Sh?wkuil aic the only seamle s stockings which ur? knitted in con fortuity with the shape of tlie human fool 1 hey are the t nly ones which lit the f.?ol perfectly and remain in p'aco upon it. Beware "< "inflations" often so!,I as Shawlcnlt by dealers who make more money on Inferior good*, unit i.re either iguoraut or unprincipled enough to recommend them as "equal in all re? spects." E very goo a i u e Shaw Stocking has the, trade mark stamped on tho tos?which sec when buying. R H. TAYLOR, SELLING AGENT, WASHINGTON. D. t\ BUILDING .MATERIAL, kc. PKRRY,SMOOT&CO. SteamFloorinff&PIaninffMill o o Mann factu rers of DOOB and WINDOW FBAMF3, MOLDINGS. Ac. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMEN1. NO. 26...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 March 1887

^ ^ I; ALEXANDRIA. THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31. A short time ago a boycott was ordered on Mr. Armour's moat in Akron, Ohio, in consequence of which the retail dealers there who were selling that sort of meat stopped their orders, telling Mr. Armour they were afraid to buy it any louger. Mr. Armour immediately established ?ix meat shops iti Akron, had the prica of his meat there reduced twenty-five percent, below what other meat could be sold for. and in a short time captured the whole meat trade of the towu, including that of the very men who had ordered the boycott. Boycotts are intended to hurt the rich, but the rich don't mind them. It is the poor only whom they affect. In the case referred to it was the poor meat dealer who lost his trade who Buffered, not the rich Mr. Armour. There is little or no danger of an inva eion of this country by a foreign foe; but, of course, euch an event is not beyond the range of possibility. Should it occur, every conceivable means by which troops ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 March 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31 LOCAL NEWS. For this section light rains or snow, slightly cooler, wind shifting to northwesterly. Request Complied With.?At a meeting of the congregation of tho Second Presbyte? rian Church, held last night, tho request of the pastor, Rev. Dr. Dinwiddie, that tho church unite with him in a petition to tho Presbytery of the Chesapeake to dissolve his pastoral relations here, was complied with, though with no little regret on the part of his own flock and many others to whom he has become endeared during the thirteen years he has been in our midst. That he had fully determined to go, how? ever, was apparent; hence expostulations were deemed useless, and his friends were therefore placed in the same positiou as the counsellors of the great apostle when the latter would go up to Jerusalem against i heir earnest entreaties, and could only say, with them, ''The will of the Lord be done." The following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted by the mee...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 March 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31. Suicide.?Hon. Thomas C. Reynolds committed suicide at the custom-house at St. Louis yesterday afternoon by plunging down the elevator shaft from the third floor. He fell a distance of eighty feet, anil crushed in his skull. The cause of the rash act was mental derangement, superinduced by hallucinations that he was about to be? come insane. In his pocket was found a lettor to his wife, stating that two years ago he contracted malaria at Aspinwall, and had failed to recover, the disease settling in his spine. Recently be had been troubled by insomnia and frequent nervousness. Visions invited him to join his dead friends, aud, fc-arii g lest he should be a burden to hij wife by becoming a lunatic, having twice before been troubled with domentit?, and his estate of $25,000 beiug in order, un? impaired and productive, he determined to end his life. Thomas C. Reynolds was born in Charleston, S. C. In 1S31 he studied in the University of Virginia, and continued...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 1 April 1887

washington advts. uii'.i Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. JLLING Af.ENT FOP. MEN'S AND BOYS mm socks. oNLY TWENTY FIVE CENTS PER I'AIE. The Shawknit arc the only seaiulois stockings hich are knitted in conformity with the shape the human foot. They arc the only ones which ? >ot perfectly und remain iu place upou it. Beware ol '"imitations" often sold its Shawknit ? dealers who mako moro money on inferior ods, and arc either ignorant or unprincipled i to recommend thorn as "equal in all rc : .' Every law %2fs^?*t icking has the. ide mark stamped on the t"e?which sec when K. H. TAYLOR, JELLING AGENT, WASHINGTON. D. C liCILDlXU MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. SteamFlooring&Planing Mill Manufacturers p! (Baud WINDOW FRAMFSjMOLDINGS, &c. Dealers it1 LUMBER.-SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGIN 1A SaETLuuibor delivered in the city froo. " ESTABLISHEi5^.S22.~ JOSIAH H. D. SMOOT, DEALEB IN Likr. Stale...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 1 April 1887

,,S^.. |f: W| "ALEXANDRIA. FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 1._ just as expected, the creditors of Vir? ginia decline to treat for a eettlemeut of their debt upon terms previously deterniin ed upon by Virginia?their debtor. They say they "cannot be expectel to acquiesce in a settlement in regard to which they have not been consulted; they ask for a compromise by consent, not by coercion." And the simple justice of what they say ia recognized by every right thinking man. How could a settlement of a debt between two men be expected, if ODe of them, before they met to effect that settlement, should announce that it should only be settled in his favor, and upon his own terms? And yet such were the terms upon which the Virginia legislature asked the creditors of the State to meet her joint legislative com? mittee, and treat for the settlement of the Virginia debt. It the democratic members of the legislature be wise and patriotic cit? izens of thrir Siate.lhey wili uow pass a bill creating a commis...

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 April 1887

%hxmim fehlte. fbi DAY EVENING, APEIL 1. LOCAL NEWS. For this section fair weather, slightly *.var.i er, winds becoming light aud variable. iia1nki? His Scit.?The Eoilie, Cal., Mi? ner says: "On the 14th lost wo pub shed a decision in the United State Circur Court in the case of the Southern Development Company of Nevada vs. Frank Silva. The case of the plaintiff was that the sale was a fraud and plaintitl desired to recover ?10,000. The court decided that there was no fraud, and gave verdict for the defendant. It seems there are a number of other cases on the docket of a similar character, among them that of R. S. Miner vs. Wells. Fargo ? Co., to recover $7,500 on a certificate ol de? posit which had been refused payment be ause the Southern Development Company interpleaded the same character of fraud. The question involv-d in the Silva case dis ; -,-s of the oue of M ner vs. Wells, Fargo & Co. it is a good thing to have these cases peremptorily settled, even if it does give Di...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 1 April 1887

FEIPAT EVEKING, APEIL 1. The Heavens in April?The April moon fulls on the Sth at Oh. 82m. a. m. Tt is the moat important moon of all the year, for it is the first full moon after the vernal equinox, aod determines when Easter ehall fall. On the 1st the moon, haviDg entered on her first quarter, is in conjunction with Saturn at 5h. 14m. p. m. On the 7th, at lOh. 19m. a. m., she ia in conjunction with Uranus. On the 8th, at 9h. 45m. p. k., with Jupiter. On the 20th, at oh. 57m. p. ra., with Mercury. On the 23d, at Ih. 20m. a. ra., with Mars. On the 25th, at Oh. 4Sm. a. m., with Neptune. On the 25th, at In. 14oa. a. m., with Venus. On the 29th, at lb. 40m. a. m , the moon has completed ber cir? cuit, acd is in conjunction with Saturn for the second time. The sun is now well es? tablished on our side of the equator, and his northern declination inceases every day, as well as the power of his rays. The s-uc ri?es on the 1st at 5b. 29m. a m., and sets at 6h. 11m. p.m.,making theday's leng...

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 April 1887

"vTTT TiYYYVTTT AT^YANTYRIA VA SATURDAY RVflNWO APRIL 2. 1887. NO. 16. WASHINGTON ADVTS. 9 UW.l Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON. D. C. SELLING AGENT FOR MEN S AND BOYS' B ONLY TWENTY FIVE CENTS PER PAIR I hu shawkuit are tho only se.unlc.:s stockings which are knitted in couformity with the shape of tho human foot They aie the only ours which lit tho foot perfectly and remain in place upon it. Beware ol "imitations" often sold asShawkuit by dealers who inaku more mouey on inferior nomU, and are either ignorant or unprincipled enough to rerommond them hs "e<ju:il in all rc spects." E v o r y gen u i u e Shaw Stocking has the. trade mark stamped on the toe?which see. when baying. H. H. TAYLOR, SELLING AGENT. WASHINGTON. D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY.SMOOT&CO. StearaFloorin^&PianinffMill Manufacturers of Im K)B and WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGIN...

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 April 1887

SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 2._ The Richmond Dispatch says: "We can? not but fear that if the debt of Virginia were settled by business men on business princi? ple?, its total would astonish the tax-pay era." And yet the Dispatch also says that the attempts of the Virginia legislature to settle the debt by uubusinees men and cu unbufuness principles, in other words, to re? pudiate a large portion of it, has not "shat? tered the credit" of Virginia. If the Dis? patch wants to know something about the credit of Virginia, let it go to Washington, or any other ci'y outside the State, and try to raise money on any sort of Virginia ee curity. All reasonable people having finan? cial matters to settle, do bo by busines-s men and on business principles. And now an Eogli3h engiueer says the Panama canal will be a failure. The only reasonable explanation of the continued and incessant attempts on the part of Amer? icans and Englishmen to hinder aud defeat the construction of this canal by a man w...

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 April 1887

v I BDAY EVENING, A PEIL 2. Iaocal nbwsT" Por this section warmer, generally fair wo^th nortowesterly winds, becoming variable, high CH?BCa SERVICES), &c, To morrow.? Cftr/st G&urcA.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p in. by Rev. H. Suter. v. Paul's Church.?Service at 11 a. m. ?!. i I |?- ??? by Rev. (ieo. H. Norton. grace Church.?Service at 11 a. rn. and v p. m. by Rev. H. T. Sharp. 8 Mary's Church.?Mass at G, 7 and 11 i. in. and sermon, by Rev. Father O'Kape, and Vesper.-; at 4 p. m. first Presbyterian Church.?-Servicea at 11 a. tu. by Rev J. M. Nourse and communion. Si ond Presbyterian Church.?Services at iia. m. and 7:80 p. m. by Rev. Win. Din widdie. Baptist Church.?Service at 11 a. m. and ? to p. m. by Itev. I. M. Mercer. Trinity Meth. Epis. Church.?Servicea at 11 a. m. und 7:30 p. m. by Rev. R. F. Bi.-hop. Meth. Epis. Church South.?Services at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. R. Smith son. Meth. Prot. Church.?Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. S. J. Smith. Germ...

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 April 1887

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 2. A PK0.-PEB0U3 JOCBNAL.?If JOU Want "sbow.'xcmbined with rapid money making, BayB an exchange, you must see the office of the London Dui'/y Telegraph, in Fleet street. This paper was alwajs attractive, and it has now reached such a pitch of prosperity as to enable it to practice an independence. But it owea its success to the Levy-La wsons, whose efforts alone have made it worth $l,2??,000 a year, although, when its present proprietor took it over from Col. Sleigh, who Btarted it in 1S55, the advertisements in the first number amounted to no more than $2. Fifteen years later the advertise? ment money was estimated at $0,000 a day, and the circulation bad gone up above 190,000 copies. To day it is hardly possible f> say what amount the advertisement col? umns daily bring in, but it has been stated that in one day the gross income from that source baa exceeded $8,000 while the sale of the papers rarely falls below 220,000 and frequently tops a quarter of a...

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 April 1887

WASHINGTON ADVTS. a b a a a *r^a a tarn a a jj u:t:t Pennsylvania Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. <? AGENT E<) Ii MEN'S AND BOYS SHIFJIT SHE. S'LY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER PALE. Sbawknit arc the only seamier stockings are knitted iu conformity with thoshapi human foot. They are the only oue< whiel fit tli foot perfectly and remain iu place upon it :; tvareol "imitations''often sold as Shawknit y dealers who mako more money on inferior goods, and are either ignorant or unprincipled . h to recommend them as "equal iu all re^ ipects." Every e u u i n c Stocking has the. rade mark stamped on the toe?which see when H. H. TAYLOR, SELLING AGENT, WASHINGTON, D. C. IJI'ILDING MATERIAL, kc. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. SteamFlooring&PlaMnff Mill Manufacturers of ??B and WINDOW FEAMFS, MOLDINGS, Ac. Dealers in . VLBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, ' ALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA T^'r Lumber delivered in the city freo. 33TA ELISHED 1822. OSIAHH. D. SMOO...

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 April 1887

ALEXANDRIA. mon day evening. april 4. senator sherman is a wise man in his generation. Ha has learned that a negro is thankful to tho man who gives him a quar tcr, not to tho man who gives some other negro a quarter, and that a colored demo c:at is a rare bird. He say;: "A Southern colored man is a republican instinctively. Educate bim and he becomes all the more confirmed in bis adherence to the principles of the republican party." The particular col? ored man in the North to whom is given an ollice by the democrats, may vote the dem? ocratic ticket, but the negroes of the South, I since the day they had the privilege of suf frage thrust upon them, have been taught by Northern republicans to "make it hot" for those of their own race who may want to vole tin democratic ticket, and nothing is better ku-wa in tho South than the fact that that lesson has been well learned. If there bud been any doubt about the truth of ibin, it would have been removed by the re? cent remark of Prof. La...

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 April 1887

MONDAY EVENING, APEIL 4. LOCAL NEWS. For this section fair weather, windb shifting to northwesterly, becoming brisk to high, followed by colder weather, with a slight cold wave during Tuesday. _ _ Amateur Oarsmen.?The annual con? vention of the Virginia Association of Ama? teur Oarsmen was held in Richmond or: Saturday night, A. K. Pnilips, jr., o' Fred ericksburg, chairman, and A. L. B:air, of Richmond, secretary. The following repre? sentatives of the various clubs of the State were present: J. K. M. Norton, of the O.'d Dominion Club, Alexandria; H. H. John Hton, of the Rappahannock Club, Fredericks burg: E. Osborne McCabe, of the Univer? sity School Club, Petersburg: and Randolph Peyton, of the Virginia Boat Club, Richmond. It was decided tbat the next aunual regatta should be held at Alexandria, ou the 4th of July next. The officers were elected for the ensuing year, as follows : Francis Hufty, of Alexandria, president: William S. White, of Fredericksburg, Secretary ; J. C. Carr...

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 April 1887

MONDAY EVENING, APEIL 4. The .Edinburgh Review thinks that the planet Mars may justly be considered a kind of duplicate earth, it being endowed with land, water, clouds, and air, and snow accumulating around its poles in their re? spective seasons of winter. If this be eo, the atmosphere of the planet is, however, obvionsly much more rare than that of the earth, so that it only exerts at the planet's surface a pressure of about two pounds and a quarter to the square inch. Tho climate of Mars is conceived, from the small amount of snow that accumulates at the pole3 of tho planet, to be comparatively mild; and the water is disturbed into a very curious scries of long parallel canals which run out from the ocean basins to an extent, in some places, of three and four thousand miles. As is well known, astronomers have suc? ceeded in ?liscovering nince 1S77 two moons., these being found to present a diameter of not more than Bix or seven miles, and one of them completing a revolution roun...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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