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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 25 January 1887

ALEXANDRIA, VA., TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY 25, 1887, NO. 21. WASHINGTON ADVTS. Miaul Sale at Mart-iii Prices. EXTRAORDINARY BASK; UXS ?i.v? S BWMABKET AND WALKING JACKETS. Special Mark-Down Price* iu .fees' and Children's Cloaks. To ?> ,? >niniences our annual sale of 1 H' i i MBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDER GARMENTS At 50c, C3c, 75c, 88c, up. i>:t:i BVh hsvS vani:i Avenue WASHINGTON, D. C. BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PEPJlY,3MOOT&00. SteamFlooring&PIaiungMil] Manufacturers of IM (02 lud WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDING?, Ac. Dealers i:i LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS. LIME, CALCINED BLASTER ami CEMENT. NO. 25 NO KT IT UNION W., ALEXAN DRI A, vTRG INIA. ^?^IanuWr delivered in the city free. ESTAELISHED 1S22. J0SI A11 E D. SMOOT. SAILS. l.i.ME,CEMENT,CALCINED BLASTER, Ac. Ac, Ac MANtTFACTURKR OF FLOORING, I)i x ?RS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. Office and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 25 January 1887

Ii?^i tuesday evening, january 25. The New York Evening Post takes the ground that the employment of the Pinker ton force to preserve the non-union laborers art! the property of the coal companies at Jersey City?whose union laborers are now on a strike, is tho greatest disgrace that has ever yet been put upon this country. There is no doubt that the United States have suf? fered considerably in the eye3 of the whole civilized world by the case referred to, and that the rase affords great delight to the op potiouts of fiee institutions in foreign lands, and is the cause of doubt and torrow to all real lovers of liberty, and to all who have faith in the ability of the people to rule themselves. It is ouly natural; only what has been douo from the earliest recorded time3, for men possessed of property to de? fend it. Toe chief object cf the govern? ment of a country is the preservation of the property of its citizens, who wiliiugly bear the taxe3 that are imposed on them, because they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 25 January 1887

j lESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25. LOCAL NEWS. For this district warmer southerly winds :.nd ;\ , weather. _ The Woman's Christjan Temperance Convention, Mrs. W. H. Fieasants, of Richmond, President, met in the M. E. Church South in this city at 7:30 o'clock last night, aud the meeting was opened with prayer in which several city ministers par? ticipated, after which the executive com? mittee met, and after arranging some pre liminaries the convention adjourned to meet in Trinity M. E. Church at nine o'clock thi-; morning, l oon llie opening of the conven? tion to day Rev. Mr. Edwarde conducted the devotional exorcists, after which sev? eral statements ol an encouraging nature ^bowing tho results of tbe work of tbe Union were made. Miss Lena Kern, of Winches? ter, was elected secretary, and Mrs. Fuliz. of Staunton, assistant do, afrer which a committee ou credentials was appointed. Tbe address of welcome to the delegates was made by Kev. Mr. ^mithson, of the M. K. Church ,~outh, and was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 25 January 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25. The Tallest Man of Modern Times. ?There is now on exhibition at the London Pavilion the tallest man whose height has been recorded in modern times. The giant is named Winkelmeier, and his height is s feet 9 inches, which is over one foot more than that oi-Chang, the Chinese giant. Winkelmeier was born at Friedburg, Austria, in 1SG?. His fingers span two octaves on a piano, and the stretch of his arms is enor mous. He showed no development of this extraordinary growth up to .the age of four? teen, but since then he has been growing rapidly, and medical authorities have ex? pressed the opinion that he likely to increase till he is twenty-five. The Fastest Steamer in the World.? Spain, at present, possesses the fastest steamer in the world. Her name is El Des? tructor, and she is a torpedo cruiser which can steam with her full armament on board at the rate of almost twenty-seven miles an hour. Amoug her other accomplishments she is able to turn round in a s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 January 1887

WASHINGTON A?VTS. GM Eft i MM Pr?s. EXTRAORDIX A R Y RA KG AI XS ?in*? LADIES'WINTER WRAPS NEWMARKET AND WALKING JACKETS. Sp< cial Mark-Down Trices in Hisses' and Children's Cloaks. [Vday commences our annual salo of CAMBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDER? GARMENTS At ?i'c t;:Je, 75c. 88c, np. a HKS ;>:t:5 Pennsylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. IH'ILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. i! i Flooring&Planmg Mill Manufacturers of ; WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers In SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, I IN E11 BLASTER anrl CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, i delivered in the city free. ? J'L'ABLISHED 18227""' I8IAH HJ). SMOOT, df.aleb ts Lik Shinries ? (lUIO AILS. LIME, C EM KN T, CA LCI NED PLASTER, &c. &e.. &c. MANTFACTTEER OF LOORING, DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. and yard .""?>. 21 north Union st. Factory...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 January 1887

ALTSXAISTPRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY The property owners of Chicago?aud there are poor property owners as well as rich ones?are begging Congress to station a large garrison in their city to protect their property from the risks and dangers of mob rule. This is not unnatural, nor even utrauge. It is a straw that shows the direc? tion of the wind. All history teaches that people solicitous about the security of their lives aud property, willingly relinquish their libarty, if thereby they can have that solic? itude removed. Aud what the property owners of Chicago are doing, those of all the other cities of the country willsoon bedo ingif they become afraid that the police force thereof will be insufficient to protect them. To grant their requests an immense stand? ing army will be necessary. To obtain such au army conscription will have to be resort? ed io. Itich men will buy substitutes; poor ones will be dragged from their homes to the camps. And thus the liberty of the citizen ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 January 1887

ffi:iiSfSnAT evening. JANUAKV -jo. LOCAL NEWS. tj,is district, colder north westerly winds lUdr??i> or snow- ^__ ('IT l COUNCIL. The second semi-monthly meeting this ' flh ? Ci?y Couocil wa-< held last night. V-\ ??'-very -hort. it Inking about ? tv minutes for the city bit hers to trans? it the business brought before them. " IS THE board OK aldermen Mr Leedbcater introduced a bill amend? ing the Ifttra regulating the tire department, ?hieb at bis request, was referred to the Committee od General Lawa. A report of the Finance Commit tie averse . releasing the American Coal Company frt>m their lease of the city's wharves was received from ibe Common Council and their action concurred in. as was also the iciioD of the lower board on a commuoica "ion from the Mayor regarding the Bell Tel? ephone Company. . The board then adjourned. common COUNCIL Theitf was a full attendance at this board last night. ? The adverse report of tho Finance Com? mittee on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 January 1887

. WEpNSSDAY EVEKING, JANUARY IM. Justifiable HoMiciDE.-Darhi3 W. Park?, of Trumbull county, Ohio, has been pardon ei by the governor. He was sent to the penitentiary in 1SS0 for murder in the second degree. In August of that year Parks killed one John McDonald. The governor says : "The fads, as they are C3ti ceded and agreed to be, make this a ca-o in which it ?is very clearly and imperatively the duty of the governor to grant a pardon. Prior to the homicide Parks had always sus? tained a good reputatiou. He whs a peace? able and industrious mau. No charge of any kind had ever been preferred agaiott him. At the time of the homicide he wES iiviug in the outskirts of the town cf Niles. As he approached his home on his way from bis work at noon-time be heard the screams of his wife. KunDiug quickly into the house, be found there a large brutal looking man assaulting his wife. Neither he nor bis wife had ever S9eu the man before. Parks mabbed his gun, which hung on the wall, and with it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 January 1887

WASHINGTON AUVTS. Mini Sale at Mark-Down Prices. I \ T RA ORDIXA KY I? Ulli AI STS ?IN? NEWMARKET AND WALKING JACKETS. Mark-Down Prices in Misses" aud Children's Cloaks. To- Isy commences onr animal sale of LADIES' CAMBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDER GARMENTS At 50c, ,i:;t:. 75c, BSc, up. >?? vi c a H ? E n ? &a M ? ? ?>:::i Pennsylvania Avenue. WASHINGTON, D. C. lUMLDIXG MATERIAL, Kc. PERRY, SMOOT& GO; SteamFlooring&PlaningMiD ?Manufacturers of WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, ? ALCINED BLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. : or ilclivered in the city free. . ABLISHED 18227"" JOSIAH H.D. SMOOT, DEALEB IN tali, Shingles, Laths, KAILS, LIME,CEMENT,CALCINED PLASTEB, &c. &c? Sic. MANUFACTURER OF ? ?? DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, U lULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. and yard No. 21 north Union St. Factory Ko aud L&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 January 1887

at;exan13RIA . THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27. BECAUSE three men have written to the U. S. Senate that iu one of the counties of Texas republican government has been sub? verted by toe democrats thereof.Mr. Hoar? who the older he grows demonstrates more and more the ill effect of attempting to culti? vate a naturally weak brain?and all his re? publican senatorial colleagues.would dig up the buried bloody shirt and daunt it again in the face of the reconciled sections, with the hope that by thug reviving the animos? ity between them the republicans may re? gain their control cf the government. And this too, the ugh Mr. Kelley has just return? ed from a visit to the South and testifies to the loyalty of its people, though Gov. Lee, as a representative of the restored unionism of the South, is receiving the hospitality of the North, aud though a Union soldier has just been elected speaker c f the Arkansas House of Delegates. The scrawl of three unknown und irresponsible men, aceoidiag to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 January 1887

" : gsDAT EVENING, JAN?AKV -7. I LOCAL NEWS. .ij? district, fair weather, winds shifting F aj wajmi r. mLs? Mr. Malcolm M. Brown, k i.etu >i- LllkG'ri Homo, Rich ^ nnder the care of Dr. McGuire, for ? *i received in a railroad collision in S5 h?s returned to his home in this city, a"!'much miproved in health and strength i has discarded his cano which ho bad Em compelled 10 038 ":inC0-hi' iD,iUny' a?? t in the hiebest praise of Dr. Mc skill es a" surgeon aud physician, GU?n the kindliest manner of tho treat SJDi be received at the Home -*v' Bobraua is seriously ill at his . '.t ihn t'oucordia. Hmi Jaou- Clinton, formerly of the H-urv Loder, and late of the firm 1? T I ucaa & Co.. left this city on Mon 1 Ifs't for Oaiaha, >*eb., to engage in Saesain thai city. _ ir\V. Phillips and Miss Mary E. n?r were married at the residence of ?hVbride on south Fairfax ?treet, last night, hr Bev. H. T. Sharp, to the presence of a npmber of their friends. , ?issFan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 January 1887

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 27. Preparation of Sealskins.?A writer in All The Year Round soys: "There is a popular notiou that the sealskin, as we see it at tho furrier's is just as it is taken c if of the aniuiai. Nothing, however, could be more contrary to fact. Few skins are less attractive than this at first, as the fur is en? tirely covered and hidden by the dull gray brown and grizzled over hair. Tbis^Wask has then to be removed, and it is an opera? tion requiring patience and skill, with a consequent increase in price. The unhnir iug is effected by warmth and moisture, which softens the roots of tho over hair and enables it to be pulled out, or by shaving the inner eido very thin, which cuts off the roots of the hair, which penetrate deepl}, and leaves untouched those of the fur, which are very superficial. Which ever method is employed, the hair must be taken nfi' uniformly, or the fur will never lie smooth, but always have a rumpled look ; and this can never be corrected by a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 January 1887

ym- t.xxxvhi ALEXANDRIA. VA., friday EVENINg'TaNUARY 28. 1887 . no. 26. WASHINGTON ADVTS. OHM Sale at Mattia Prices. U v TIC A <> It DIXARY B ARC AI K S LAIIES'fflHTER WBAPS IRKET AND WALKING JACKETS. tl Mark-Down Prices in Hisses' and Chiidreu's Cloaks. T i-day commences our annual salo of i kMBRIC AND MUSLIN UNDER-j GARMENTS At 50c, 03c, 75c, 88c, up. (>L"ILD1XG MATERIAL, &c. LRY.SMOOT&CO. ni Kooring&PlaningMll Manufacturers cf . WINDOW FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers iu LI ?'? ER. SHINGLES,LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCI N'ED PLASTER anu CEMENT. 15 NORTH. UNION ST., ALEX ANDRIA, VTRG INI A imbor delivered in tho city free. . / rJLISHES 1822." ISIAH El). SMOOT, pkat.es in* % Shindies, Laths, LIME, CEMENT,CALCINED PLASTER, etc.. &c, &c. MANfFACTUEEE OK FLO >RING, DOORS. SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, OULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS LND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. Office and yard No. 21 north ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 January 1887

A L EXANDRIA. FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28. No Southeen man or newspaper bas yet charged that the fact that young and inno? cent giris are decoyed and entrapped iu Chicago aDd Detroit, and shipped to the lumber camps of the far Northwest for im moral purposes, proves, or even indicates, that the people of the cities named, and of the States to which they beloDg, are immor? al and criminal. But for far less reason prominent Northern meu and leadiug North? ern newspape rs assert that the white peo? ple of Southern cities and States are semi barbarous and wicked to the last degree. The difference between the South and the North in respect of the case specially refer? red to, is that if a similar trade were discov? ered iu tbe former all those engaged in it would be treated to a short shrift and a long rope, while in the latter it is conducted with apparent impunity. The New York Commercial Advertiser, (republican), is facetious over the report, started by himself, that Senator Riddieber ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 January 1887

FBI DAY EVENLNG, JANUARY 28. LOCAL NEWS. For this tliatrict warmer southerly winds anil fair weather, followed by rain. Tut: LATE Mb. Benjamin Barton.?At meeting of the Hydraulion S. F. E. Co., held last' night, Kicbard L. Carno in the ?hair aud Herbert L. Kainey secretary, the chair announced the death of the president of the company, aud gave a brief sketch of his. life with a eulogy of his character, when the following preamble and resolutions, re norted by a committee consisting of tbe otlicers, were unanimously adopted, viz : Hie Hydrauliou Steam Piro Engine Company having heard with the deepest sorrow of the de? parture from this life of its venerable and beloved President, Renjamiu Barton, and being desirous ,,'f placing npoa record its sense of his treat worth aiid of the '?s* '* rias itself sustained, docs herrt.y ''lst^That iu tho death of one wb 1 has been at? tached to it during the entire sixty >ears of its ji?teriee. and lias worthily presided over it. for ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 January 1887

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28. ICE IN* THE SUSQUEHANNA.?Ad unsuc? cessful attempt was made yesterday at Port DepoBt to break the ice gorge with dyna? mite, and after some hoars of bard work the scheme was abandoned. There was a move? ment of the ice about 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon, and the water in the main street rose several feet. Reports from up the river are that heavy ice is coming down in im mense quantities. The worst is not vet, is tbe general supposition, and should tbe gorge opposite Port Deposit continue to resist tue accumulating pressure from above the final result cannot be conjectured, and the su^ peuse is fearful. Trains on the Columbia and Port Deposit road cannot approach nearer thau a mile on either bide of Poit Deposit, as the tracks are covered with ice und water. Not more than three families lining below the main street remained all night iu their houses. Watchmen were on thu lookout all night to give warning in case there was any further rise in the river. On...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 January 1887

~ LXXXVIII V va, SATURDAY EVEN1NQ.~'?NLTARY 29, 1887. " NO. 27. WASHINGTON ADVTS. Mhri Sale at M-Bni Prices, KXTK AORMSTARY B AI?G AIX S LIEffllfEBlffi KET and walking jackets. :ial Mark-Down Prices in fees' and Children's Cloaks. To-day commences our annual sale of . - CAMBBIC AND MUSLIN UNDER? GARMENTS At 50c, 63c, 75c. SSc, op. 9 iKt'.i Pennsylvania Avenue WASHINGTON, D. C. r.L'ILDIX? MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. m Floormg&Planing Mill Manufacturers of WIS!" >W FRAMES, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, I iLCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO. 25 SOUTH UNION ST., A LEXANDBIA, VIRGINIA er delivered in the city free. \ BLISHES 1622. SIAH H. D. SMOOT. DEAXEB IN lit Sides, Laths. im 0 ),CEMENT, CALCINED PLASTER, &c.. &c.. &c MAKCTACTUBSB OF FLOORING, DOORS. SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES, OULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS iND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. . ad yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 January 1887

P ? "ALEXANDRIA. SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 29. The Iktek-State Commerce bill is by no means the best bill that could have been formulate;! to secure the desired object. By it, as it is iuoperative within State limits, the Midland Railroad, for instance, can, if it choose, charge more from Alexandria to Manassas than from Alexandria to Dan? ville; and by it that same road can charge as much from Alexandria to Manassas as frcru Alexandria to New Orleans. But that it is anti-monopolistic in its purpose is made evident by the fact of the opposition it met with from all the railroad magnates and their agents. And yet, strange as it may appear to those who only look at the surface of things, the congress of the kuights of la? bor at Washington has written a letter to the President requesting him to veto the bill. Thus the knights and the Goulds and the Huntingtons, whom simple minded peo? ple supposed were at each others throats, arc as a band of brothers, striving for the same end. There...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 January 1887

sv-lTBDAT EVENING, JANUARY LOCAL NEWS. p?r titia di itrict slightly odder westerly winds i'uri'i'ii ii Vic KS, &i\, SUNDAY.? . , rjiurcA.?Services ut 11 a. m. and 7:."0 if m.- by Rev. H. Suter. 9 a Paul's Church.?Service at 11 a. ni. j Rev. Ceo. H. Norton and at -1 p. m. by BBhop Boooe, of China. ( )? v Churcht?Service at 11 a. m. and - OP Ol. by Rev. H. T. Sharp. St kary't Church.?Mass at 7 a. in., and iTass and sermon at 11 a. m. by Rev; Father O'Kano. Vespers at 4 p. m. first Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 t,cRev.J.M.Nour8e. Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11a.m. and at 7:30 p. in. by Rev. Wm. Din widdie. . gop'W Church. -Service at 11 a. m. ami - so p m. I'v Rev. I. M. Mercer. Trinity Meth. Epis. Church.?Services at 11 a. in. and ":30 P> m. by Rev. John Ed? wards. ? , _' , ?, Ut/A. ChurcJi South.?Services at 11a. m'. ami 7:;W P- m- by Kev. R. Smithson. UWA. Pro:. Church.?Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. by Kev. S. J. Smith. free Methodist.?Serv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 January 1887

urnm mnnit SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29. Following a Fearful Example.? When Mr*. Cabelek murdered her three children and then auicided, the newspapers published long accounts of the crime. a Bohemian sheet printed in Cleveland, O., had a very graphic description of the prem? ises and long interviews with the surviving children. Frank Kotb. a Bohemian, read tbe report to his wife, two children, and his mother in-law. He is a well-to domecbauic of Cleveland and lived happily. His wife listened to the account of the Cabelek uaur rnurder, and then had her husband re-read it. He went over it a third time, and then she took tbe paper to a neighbor and bad k read twice more. Thursday she sent her mother to a grocery for yeast, and then .-be? took a heavy rfoee of rough on rats and forced a dose of the poison down the thront cf her bube. When the obi mother return eii she alarmed the neighborhood and de>c tors were called, but they came too late. The woman died in great agony, an...

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