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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 August 1887

BAKING POWDERS. Absolutely Pure This powder never varies. A marvel of par? ity, strength andi wholesomeneis. Morocco uooiical than the ordinary kin<ls. and cannot bid in competition with tiie mnltituilo of iw-tcst, short-weight alum or jihosphate powders. Sold only in auu. Royal bakixg i'OWDKE Co., 106 Wall street. New York. TUST READ THIS. JOSEPH MAKER'S, So. 12 Kl"*? ST., ALEXANDRIA.Va. Wc will oiler to Ihe public an immense reduction sale of BUTTS W< >rtb S3 50 AT S3 00. " 7 00 " :; 74. SOO " 500 " 9OD - 6 25* " 10 00 '? 7 50 Suits worth from SJ 1 to f'_'7 at less than man? ufacturers' prices. MEN'S SHOES ?1 00, WORTH fl 40 j 11!). " 1G0| 1 36, ?? 1001 150. " 2 L'5 ?JOO. *? 3 25 Men's Shoes, worth from $'?> 50 to $(> 75, offer? ed for net cost. AT NEARLY HALF THEIR VALUE. Our lino of LADIES' KID/.GOAT AND GRAIN SHOES | Button and Laccj Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Largo stock of Overalls. Working Shirts, Fine j Flannel Shirts and ti I" X T S * F 5' It M s in n <...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 August 1887

^ life * ALEXANDRIA. friday EYSMTNQ, august 12. Gen. Mahone baa discovered an entirely new beatitude iu the protective tariff. Ac cording to him, as announced it: his already famous hook (made so by the Gazette) the pr >ti ciive tariff has "sent our manufactured goods into tho markets of tho world." Now, neither the father of tho American tariff, nor any of his most instcrec-ted children, ex? cept Geu. Mahone, ever before dreamed that the tariff would have such au effect. In? deed, by putting a tariff upon raw material, th-y tbougbt, and, having common sense, naturally,that American manufactures would thereby bo practically excluded from the mar kets ol the world and restricted to lbo=e cl their own country, as they have been. All men, except the Genera!, know that the tariff prohibits the export of American man? ufactures, in the first place, by increasing the coat of those article* by (be tariil on tbe material of which they are composed, and secondly, by forcing; foreign order...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 August 1887

ftttmMM Ausritt FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 12 LOCAL NEWR t?T Those who leav.- th I city diirin>; the sum ; .an have the Gazette mailed t<> thoin for. iny length of time, an I Hie address chanced a often as desired. The subscription price is ???><!> I ?; month, or at that r.itc for a greater i T 'e3S time. ?>'Sul.E( rihers wliofail to reeeivc the GAZETTE regularly will please report such failures to this of lice promptly. For this scetion locil rains, continued high temperatureduring the day. fol'?wed onSatur day by slightly cooler weather, winds shifting to northerly._ Pkr-onal.?<>en. Custis Lee, whose ill? ness at Bavensworth has been mentioned, continu s to improve nnd.it is thought, will he able ?o lea- e bis bed io a shor' t:rae. Mr. Oscar F. Tarter, who has t een visit u!g relative? in ? olorado. has returned. He had a delightful trip. Mrs. M. J. Murray, of "Cedar Hill,"' Han Dver county, Va., is visiting relatives in this city. Messrs. Krank Carlin and W...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 12 August 1887

FBIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12. Shot to Death.?Fred. Hopt, alias "Welcome," was shot to death in the yard of the penitentiary, four miles from Salt Lake, yesterday. The firing party consist? ed of five men with rifles. a rosette was pinned over Hopt's heart, and he was told that he would not be mutilated unless he flinched. The condemned man showed the utmost firmness, and said he forgave every? body, but if he had got fair ebow on the first trial he would not be there to day. He came out of his cell smoking a cigar and kept it in his mouth to the last. He posed ns for a photograph, seated on a chair upon h blanket. Marshal Dyer cave the word "Ready, fire;" the crack of live rifles rang out as one, and the rigid body of the dead man fell forward. Two bullets pierced the small rosette pinned over bis heart. Death was instantaneous. The case is a famous one iu Utah and Wyoming owing to its atrocious circumstances. John F. Turner, son of the sheriff of Utah county, Utah, en gaged Hopt to dr...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 13 August 1887

BAKING POWDERS. Ahsoluteh Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur? ity, strength and wholesoinene-s. Moro eco? nomical than the ordinary kinds, aud cannot ho sold in competition with tho multitude of low-test, short-weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in am?. Royax Baking powdeb Co., 100'Wall street, New York. CLOTHING. &c. just -&j=:j?id this. j No. 13 KING st., AES'LYAXUIUA.Va. We will offer to the public an immense reduction salo of Clothing, Boots and Slioes sriTS WOETH 50 AT $3 00. 7 (K3 sOO " 9 00 " It i 00 " '4. 5 00 i; t>r> 7 50 Suits worth from -Sil to $'J7 at less than man? ufacturers' prices. MEN'S si K ?ES $ 1 00. WOETH *l do 11!?. ? " 160 1 36, " 1 00 150. " 'J 25 2 00. " 3 25 Men's Shoes, worth from ?.1 50 to ?6 75, offer? ed for net cost. Boys' and CliMren's Suits AT NEARLY HALF THEIR VALUE. Our line of LADIES' KID, GOAT AND GEAIN SHOES (Button and Lace) Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Largo stock of Overalls. Working Shirts, Fine Flannel 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. — 13 August 1887

0*? % i v ? mm m Xl"RXANDRTA. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13. Col. Henderson, ecting cotnuiisHoner of the internal revenue bureau, eays: "The fact that tho republican iucuinbouts are good eloiks or good officials is not sutlicloiit rea? son, iu toy opinion, for their reteutiou. The only goi.l reason would bo the impossibility of filling th ii places with democrats as good. I come from a political State, a State whero tho children and women enter the campaign, and where for several months in the year there is nothing dono but caui .is lug When we win the fight theu wc oxpe* to e.pihe full benefits of victory. We take tho same view of the P.-ciide.iiial election that we tike of a ui*re local test. The tight oi '84 was net all for the mere sako of having a change of I'n sidenta ; wo Wanted a change of administra? tion, and the. administration includes every man employed in tho federal service. So far as this bureau is concerned, tho collectors and gangen and all th;) out-door oiliecrs hav...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 13 August 1887

. ~3 SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 13. LOCAL NEWS ? ? Those who leave tho <-ity during the sum- j ran have the Gazkitk mailed to them f.>r j engthot time, ami (he address chanted as I,tt !i as desired. The subscription price fe SOcts nei month, or at that rate for a greater er less time. ?'? Sub it'.! era w ho fail to receive the.gazbtte aularly will please report such failures to this office promptly. For this section fair weather, northeast wiods, shifting to southeasterly; slightly warim-r on Sunday. Ckiutcji Services, &c., To morrow.? Christ ('Imrch. ?No service. SI. Paul'? Church.?Services at 11 a. m. .. Rev. J. C. (Coon. Grace Church.?Services at. 11 a. m. by M W. W. Parker and at S p. ra. by Rev. J IL K noo . St. M:ti it'.< Church.?Mass at 7 and 10 a. t,.. and nennen, by Rev. Father Qainn, mid Vespers at 7 p. m. t 'ir.-<! Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 i iii by Rev J. M. bourse. Second Presbyterian Church.?Service! at i 11 a m and 8 i> m by Rev. (1 L. Wolfe,...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 13 August 1887

SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13. The Virginia Platform. [From the Louisville Coarior Journal.] If Virginia can be saved to democracy o t? ly by surrendering the true principles of the party, the sooner these facts are honestly acknowledged and a just recognition made of the truth and wisdom and justice of the tenets of the republican party, the better. A victory won under the ;flag of the enemy has* no value. The day will come when the people of Virginia will recognize these facts, and they will then return to the true democratic fold. Until then the contests in Virginia are local, and have no general polit? ical significance. [From the Boston Post.] An indorsement of the Blair educational bill, a demand for the abolition of internal taxation and a protective tariff, is to go so farjoutslde the principles of the democratic party at large, as generally accepted, as to leave little room for even partisan approval. [From tho Wilmington Star.] They (the Virginia democrats) have de? clared i...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 August 1887

BAKING POWDERS. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur? ity, strength and wholesomenoss. Morocco nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low-test, short-weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. BOYAL BAKING I'OWDKE Co., 100 Wall street, New York. CLOTHING. &c. JUST PIE^ID THIS. JOSEPH BEASEB'S, No. 12 KING .ST., ALEXANDRIA, Va. \\V will ofTer to the public an immenso reduction salo of Clothing, Boots anfl Sloes SCITS WORTH $5 00 AT $S 00. " 7 00 " 3 74. " " s oo " 5 oo " 0 00 '? 0 25 10 00 '? 7 50 Suits worth from i?ll to $27 at less than uftcturcrs' prices. M EN'S SHOES ?1 00, WORTH 11!>. " 1 30, " 1 50. 2 00. Men's Shoes, worth from $3 50 to $0 75. od fur net cost. Boys' and Children's Suits AT NEARLY HALF THEIR VALUE. Our lino of LADIES' KID, GOAT AND GRAIN SHOES (Buttou and Laco) Offered at a Great Sacrifice. I.Hrge stock of Overalls, Working Shirts, Fino Flannel Shirts and GENTS* Fl IK BUSHINGS At an Enormou...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 August 1887

ff ^ AMXANDRIA. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST \ ~>. Tub working men, tbo laborers, of this country, the men whose votes decide the policy of the government, because they con hi i tue au overwhelming majority of the vot iug population, continue year after year to a?nd ?nough representative to Congress tu prevent any reduction in the coat of the ii c s-?iieB of life, but who uow are in favor ?.! ihe removal of the tax on whiskey. Maintain the tax on sugar, salt, clothing, MHliciue, f?hl, on what working men uud their wives and children mast consumein order to live, but remove it on whiskey, which no body is compelled to U3e, and which nil would he the better for not using ! The working men do this, though, as this is n < ni.,try of free schools and cheap news papers, tbey must know that the tax on the Decenaries of life proGts only the proprio Uira of the manufactories in which such ar lli i?v aro made, and that while the highest w, his in this country uro paid in the non pro i cted in...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 August 1887

MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1". LOCAL NEW, ES* Those who leave the city during tho r.tiei oier can have the Gazbitk mai!c<l to thcm~for ?my length of time, an 1 the address chauecd as often as desired. The subscription price is cts. per month, or at that r;.te for a greater or less tiruo._ f_ Subf? rihirs who fail to receive the GAZETTE regularly will please report such failures t<. tuts otti.'c promptly. _ For this section light rains, slightly wanner, v;.ri:ti>lo wiuils. generally tliifticg to southwest ,rI>'- _________ Personal.?Mayor and Mrs. J. B. Smoct und Miss W?olford 1?ft to-day for Atlantic City, where they will spend the remainder cf Angu3t. Colonel and Mrs. Robert Andrews have j;one to Cape May. Messrs. Lewis McKenzie ami Lev.is Bel! . > hi re this morning for Niagara. Miss Nina B. ('urlin is visiting in Y\'in chester. Mr. Charit-.-) Strangman tendered a recep len last night, at the residence of Mr. Port oer, on Washington street, to a number of bis friends fro...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 August 1887

MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15. Horrible Incidents. Among the hon I bio incidents of tho Chats wo. disaster the following are narrat' 1: On the upper floor a handsome woman, about twenty years of age, stylishly dressed, lay ex? tended on a couch. She was MissHattio Brenner, of Farmington, 111., and wa3 on her way to Niaga? ra Falls with several relatives. In the party was a young man named Walters, also of Farmington, and to whom she was engaged to be married. He had been badly injured, and lay near heron abed, attended by a couple of surgeons. While Miss Brenner wrs physically unhurt by the wreck, yet tho fright and knowledge of her lover's injuries has rendered her insane. In tho depot at Chatsworth and in the unoccu? pied store used as a morgue, stretched out on tho I floors, in different directions, wore the corpses of j men, women and children, dressed in the clothing in which they had met their death. In the empty store, in a room 20 feet wide and 40 feet long, were counted twenty-...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 16 August 1887

BAKING POWDERS. POWDER This powder never varies. A rnarvel of pur? ity, strength and wholcsornencss. More eco? nomical than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot ho sold in competition with tho multitude of low-test, short-weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking fOWDER Co., 106 Wall street, New York. -just CLOTHING, &c. this. Mo. 12 KlXtt ST., ALEXANDRIA,Va. We will otrer to the public an Immense reduction sale of ClotliiDg, Boots aflfl Slioes SUITS WORTH $5 50 AT >5 00. 7 00 " 374. " SOO " 5 00 " !> 00 " f> 25 1000 " 7 50 Suits worth from ?11 to $27 at lev than man? ufacturers' prices. HEN'S SHOES $1 00. WORTH $1 d<> I ll!t. " 160 1 :tt>, " 1 001 1 50. " 2 25 2 00. Men's Shoes, worth from ?3 50 to *(! 7"?, oder od for net cost. en's k AT NEARLY HALE THEIR VALUE. Otir lino of LADIES' KID, GOAT AND GRAIN SHOES (Button and Laco) offered at a (treat Sacrifice, barge .itock of Overalls, Working Shirts, Fine | Flannel Shirts and <; E N T S ' F ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 16 August 1887

? ? ... . - I ****** TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 16. Many excellent people aud coed deni oernts labor under the strange delusion that as later democratic conventions have repu? diated measures that former democratic Convention? have approved, and have en? dorsed measures that former democratic tonveuiions have denounced and condemn ed, the State debt question is settled, and that nothing mere must be said or dote about that question now lest it be reopened and untold evils befall the democrats in con? sequence. What Virginia democratic or re? publican conventions may or may DOl do has no effect whatever upon a decision of the United States Supreme Court, and no legal effect upon the State's creditors. Aa to reopening the debt question, if that ques? tion ha3 ever been closed sir.ee it first arose, neither the State nor her creditors, the par? ties moat, interested, have ever beard of it. As it. has never been closed, it has always been open, and therefore can not. be reopen? ed by any 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. — 16 August 1887

TUESDAY EVENING,AUGUST '.<? LOOALI^WS pB~ Those who leave th? city daring tbo bain mcr can have tho Gazbite mailed to them for any length of time, and the address chaosed as ..ften as desired. The subscription price is?Octs per month, or at that rate f"r a greater or less timo. _ ^arSubscribors who fail to receive tbeGAZETXB regularly will please report such failures to this office promptly. For this section local showers followed by fair and slightly wanner weather, north? easterly winds. Bund Tom.?In accordance with an or der of Judge Bond of the Y. 8. Circuit Court, Mr. J. A." Bethune, acting for Gen. J. N. Bethune, this morning brought Blind Tom tr; m Fauquier county to this city, to deliv? er him, between the hours of 10 a. m. and :) p. in., to U. S. Marshal Scott, who in turn was ordered to deliver him to Elise Betbune, committee, or to A. J. Lerche, counsel for committee, to i:ave him conveyed to the city of New York. Mr. Bethuue and Tom arrived here on tho 10:L'0 train fr...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 16 August 1887

TUESI.AY EVENING, AUGUST IG. Catching Rats With a Hook?A re j'orter, browsing about between midnigK and I o'clock yesterday morning, saw a man standing near one of the electric light poflte on Washington street waving a long horsewhip 'back and forth high above bis head. He had a fishhook on the end of the whip, to which was attached a moth miller, and he explained that with this bait he cap tured the bate that were foraging among the insects around the electric light. He said he got half a dollar apiece for them, and that he had already caught .-even that night. He sold them to the taxidermists, and said that he could get more for them in Boston. He spoke of hiring a man to help him, as he could catch enough then to pay him for shipping them to Boston. He caught two while the reporter remained to watch the operation, and he picked them oLVtbe hook and put them in a bag that he carried slung across his shoulder.? Providence (Ii. I.,) Journal. Tennyson's ''May Queen." Who knows but i...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 August 1887

BAKING POWDERS. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur ity, strength and wholesomoncss. afore eco? nomical than tho ordinary hinds, and cannot be sold in competition with tho multitude of low-tost, short ?woight alum or phosphate powders. Said only in cans. BOYAI BAKING PoWDBB Co., 10<; Wall street, New York. CLOTHING, kc. JUST READ THIS. No. IS KIX? ST., ALEXANDRIA,Va. Wo ?ill oiler to the public an immense reduction salo of SUITS WORTH $5 50 AT i'-> 00. " " 7 (>0 " :5 74. " SOO " 5 00 9 00 '? 625 1()0<) " 7 50 Suits worth from ?11 to $'-7 at less than man? ufacturers' prices. M EN'S SIB ?ES $1 00, WORTH $1 do 1 19, " 1 60 136, " 1 90 ?' 150. " 2 25 2 00. " '$25 Mou's Shoos, worth from ?3 50 to $(> 75. offer eil for net cost. .toys' and Children's Suits AT NEARLY HALF THEIR VALUE. (hir line of LA DIES' KID, GOAT AND GRAIN SHOES (Button and Lace! (offered at a Groat Sacrifice. Largo stock of Overalls. Working Shirts, Fine Flannel Shirts and E \ T S' V V K S I S II ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 August 1887

?? I WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17. A press dispatch from Boston says: "The investigation ordered hy the dem? ocratic State central committee of Massa chusetta into tho reasons why so many re? publicans retain federal offices, is the ox preesion of a doep-seated dissatisfaction with ih? representatives of tbo administra? tion in Boston, A member of the commit? tee says, 'There can be no doubt that there is a great deal of dissatisfaction among the democrats of the State because republican nffiiials against whom charges of offensive partisanship have heeu made are allowed to continue in olfiee.' Ex-Senator McGeough nays the action of the State commit too was based ou the general feeling and sentiment* ? indeed, he. might say, the general couvic lion?of the members of the committee and of many of the prominent democrats of the Commonwealth, that the present adminis trat ion has- not treated the Massachusetts democracy fairly in tho matter of appoint? ments, or in the matter of removing...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 August 1887

WEDN KSDAY EVENING, ATJGUa J l" LOCAL NEWS TIlOSO who leave tho city ?InriiiK the sum morcau have Iho Gazritk mailed to them for aoy length o( time, mv'. the address changed as often as i!osiml. Tho subscription price is'?O cts per month, or at that rnto for a coaler or leas time. -Subscribers who r.dl to receive theGAZKTT? regularly will please report such failure? to this office promptly. For this toclion slightly wanner, fair weather, followed by local f-howers Thurs? day; winds shifting to southerly. PERSONAl.? l'ost master \Villinrr! \V. Her? bert bus returned from a visit to Virginia lieach Mr. W. A. Smith, jr., has gone to Colonial Be*ch to s;>en I a week. .Misses Clara mid Fan Die Davis arc visiting in Baltimore county, Md. Mr I). A Windsor has returned it m Pe? tersburg where he went lo poo General Mahono on btifintss. He says the \.- iicrul is haul at wo:k and will have his platform ready in a day or two, and that from now till trie (all election ho will issue ? campaig...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 August 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 17. At one of the Northfield meetings on Monday. Mr. Moody, who was preaching about "Prayer," said: "Man may pray like ii Raint, hut if he haa a dollar in his pocket not acquired honestly, his prayer is a sham, and he must make restitution if he expects ever to have God hear his prayer." There? upon a merchant from Dallas, Tex., rose in the audience and tolri a story that empha? sized this point. He had, be said, got dis? honestly from men in his business some $5,500, and had built a house with the money. Then Mr. Moody happened along and preached nn this subject of restitution and the merchant was present. "I heard you," he said, pointing to Mr. Moody, "and I went out into the street conscience strick nn. I went straight borne and told my wife that we must Bell the house and restore the money. And we did. We held an auc? tion, and our carpets, our iaces, our furni? ture all left us, and with the proceeds we made restitution." The man then told how he and b...

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