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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 September 1887

MEDICINAL. si . Hoaracne?, Croup, Ai e Couch, lin-ii'iwilCuu ii. .-.ml ri?n?uu ,?.,-.,?,., i:i advjii'-ii! staj Um dimuAi IVfco Scttu. r/?n. Tho Genuine Dr. Hulls Com* Strap U mid only in [ l ic?/fa nivpptr*, and bran oarK ' n-in.-ten-d 1ra-!.->!ark? t.. i>.t; /I hull's Head in (i (in.' .?: :.?..(? !?; !hcw Lnns?*n Plum*?The sreat Tobacco A iilotel-I'n.e lO ( Ih.-S-.M l>y i.? L'.-UK-ii?. lU'ILDINii MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT & CO, SteamFloormg&PlaningMill Manufacturers of DOOS and WJN DOW FEAM7S, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, MAILS, LTME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEM ENT. A'O. 25 NORTH UN [OS ST.. ALEXANDRIA, VTEGLN : ?9T*Lumber delivered in the cit.y free. 3STABLISHED 1822 josiah hTd. smoot, DEALER IN A Ut NAHS, LIMB.CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER, &c. &c MANUFACTURES OF FLOORING, DOOBS, SASH. BLINDS, KU A MES| MOULDINGS, .MANTELS. BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. O...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 September 1887

MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. When Mr. Brady, of Virginia, a repub? lican, was in Congress, all he said about Virginia was accepted ns gospel truth by his republican Congressional colleague?, and by the republicans throughout the co intry. He spoke, ho said, from personal knowledge, and as nobody denied that be had s tob knowledge of Virginia matters, his party had implicit faith iu every word he u'.tered concerning those mutters. Mr. Brady wa- in Congress only six months ago. Mentally and morally ho is tho same man now he was then, and what he says a3 an ex-member of Congress is certainly enti? tled to as much Credence as what he said as a member. Therefore, whenever Northern republican newspapers feel like denouncrnf: the tyrauny and oppression of the demo? cratic leaders of the South, and Ihe political outrages to which those leadeii subject the republicans of this section let them pauso and read what Mr Brady now says about the one man powei to which the Virginia republicans are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 September 1887

MONDAY 1 v ESP G. SEPTEMBER ?" LOCAL NEWS ,r*r. ob cKlors v.li ifail to receive tho Gazette iciniari.v will p!easo.ivpnit such failures t<? this office promptly._ bW thmi.section w.irujor, f.iir wrathc, ?ifcht to fre.-h wio : , iinmli)' i ??ntlnT'y Tiik Avuo\v Stkamshh1 Company.?At a recent meeting of ihe board of trustees of the Arrow Steamship Company hold in New y,.rk, ibe foitowing was adopted : Whereas, It is deemed advisable by this buard ! i b irrow a sum of money not exceeding one mil li.-tn dollars, for the purpose of facilitating the rai iuj; of tho ?'j?tt? eoastructioa of the Ameri? can stoaiojiiijp I'oeaboulas, now bel?g h tilt by this company ?.t Alexan?lria,;VirgtniH, and to aid in tbu cuustjuction ofsipter ships to the Pocabontss, I bsreafier to lm cOu.-tructod by said company, to . . ublish in c Him ciion with the Pocahontas, u;: a leader, an American ir.ms-Atlai tic pass* ugor line Ituln'eea the puriV.f New York or vieinity nod Europe, the prime : lj set ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 September 1887

MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. Anti-Clerical League.?The political fight between the Liberal acd Clerical parties in Mexio is becoming animated, the Maximilian incident serving ad additional provocation to bitter attacks and counter? attacks in the press of the capital and inte? rior. The Monitor Rcpublica.no had n re? markable leading article Saturday morniDg devoted to alleged plots of the clergy ugainst republican institutions. It says there appears to be a well-formed plan to destroy, in Mexico, the precious achiev usent of religious liberty, and charges that the higher, as well as the lower classes of the clergy, are constantly preaching a ciu -ado against religious tolerance as enjoined !>v the constitution of the country. The Monitor charges.that ecclesiastical penalties ure inllicted for reading the liberal party newspapers, and that .-ecent acts of some of the bishops tend to revive the institutions of thin middle ages. It also charges that this intolerance display...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 September 1887

MEDICINAL. Gn .: t Curo <.:t Kurth for Fain." WiJl ; r..;wv r.'.rr quicL:-.- tl::.n any other known rem s<i?rr7fs^. <?!?: I:;i<ruina!ia:n. Neuralgia, tf??*"**^ s - ? M:tr N.ck, UruiM-a, ? ?plfe^^^Jrj?fi t ?. t\iuUon.-T?i/Ren? : ro?t-=ioT' ism- Salvation Oil bean our ? '-ora^ registered Trado-Slark. and onr .] atlmore,Md.,TJ.I ;>r. Dull** Couch Syrup will euro your i ush at uuci;. Price only S3 Ct?. a bottle. iU'lLDIiSG MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT&CO. SteamFlooririg&PIaiungMill Manufacturers of |HX)B and WINDOW FRAMFS, MOLDINGS, &e. Dealers in LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS; LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. NO.Zvi NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA SSr*Lunr.ber delivered in tiie city free. 3?TAELISHBD 1S22. JOSIAH ED. SIOOT, NAILS, LIME, CEMENT. CALCINED PLASTER, ?XC. &C, &C. MANXTPACTtTBEE OF FLOORING, DOORS, SASH.BLINDS, ERA MRS MOULDINGS, MANTELS. BRAC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 September 1887

i ? ?tlt ? !i i I' m m H ? Vife ^ TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER At a recent labor meeting in the North, j ono of the speakers said if the business of Ibe small employers could uot stand in Oreased wagen, such employers should put oil their uir3, close up, and enter or re enter tho class of employees. And his remarks were received with applause. Now, that oc? currence, was not conducive, to say the least, to faith iD the permauence of republi? can institutions, for such institutions are alone maintained by the intelligence and morality of the people, the vast and over whelming majority of whom are laborers: for if laborers, in a land of free schools and cheap newspapers, are so densely ignorant of matters that directly concern their own personal and individual interests a3 to ap pluud such an expression as that referred to, further attempts to irstruct them may as well be abandoned. Tho class of employees is already so large that any additiou to it can only decrease wages by increasing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 September 1887

TUESDAY EYENINC4. SEPTEMDEfi ?. LOCAL NEWS. z^rSnbicribcrswho fail to receive tho Gazette regularly will pleaso report such failures to this e promptly. For this section fair weather followed l>y lo a r4ius dnring Wednesday, fresh, and on the coisi : risk, - . westerly winds veering to westward y Uptown Alexandria.?The Alexandria , orrespondent of the Washington Star says: "There has been very great improvement in the section of Alexandria west of Henry -ireet within the hist few years. After the old wagon trade had ceased that section of I be town fell into a decay much greater than that which tbo wharves now exhibit. When, however, the Orange and Alexandria railroad was first projected it was supposed by it, toy that the transportation of goods from the wesl end of the town to the vessels on the river in the east would prove h source . f great pro til to th? owners of curis. i!ra\s, ? tc , and very great opposition was made to allowing tbe*0. & A track to bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 September 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0. German Catholic-.?The first business Feasion (f tus German Roman Catholic Cen? tral Union of America was opened at Chi? cago yesttrtiay morn'iDg. President Spana l: jrdt, of Detroit, made aD opening address counseling harmony and as avoidance of any hoatile Bpirit towards other national! ties. He also refutes the stories that the Germans were trying to Germanize Ameri? cans. A resolution was introduced by Geo. Weilsch, of St. Paul, advising ail German Catholics to withdraw irom the knights of labor. In supporting it Mr. Meilsch said the order wa3 controlled by Irishmen, and Germans should be ashamed to be led by a lot of Irish ignoramuses. He denounced Powderly as a prohibitionist and an eoemy of the Germans. The resolution, after a v.?to to lay oc the table, was lost, was re? ferred to the committee on iabor questions. A dispatch of good cheer and cordial con? gratulations was received from the Catholic convention in ees?ion at Trier, Germany. A questi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 September 1887

luroachii:-. v.., i ?;; ? * ggj :W.\^~> \' : ?? -i t r.- ? -tV. il'Tra-lc-Murk* to wil;f r?**?** fry i .;? ? i | . hi>n Lance'? Plus??The erca t Tobacco An< . Sutcl-m re 1 o < :i*.-SoW by all Druggists. Ml'lLl'IM.: MATERIAL, kc. Sti am blooring&Plaiiing Mill Manufacturers of DCK)and WIN D?W FRAMES. MOLDINGS, -fee. Dealers in LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLAS1 ER and GEMEN P. NO. 25 SOUTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGIN ?:???"? Lumber delivered in tiio city free. ??i.^TAaLISHED 1S22.. JOSIAH FJ. D. SIOOT, DEALBB IN Life Shiories, Lais, o NA I f.s U M E, OEM EST.CALCI N ED PLASTER, MANTTFACTUBKB <?r l/K)RING, DOORS. SASH. BLINDS, l'RA MES Ml??LD1NGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. Otlico and yard No. '21 north Union st. Factory 1:1 and 15 north Leo st., Alexandria, Va. "4f No charge for did ivory in city. jaii28 John T. Creiffliton & Son, W II O I, KBAtR A NU KI'.TAII. I) KAI.S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 September 1887

Totxanj5ria. WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPTEM DEE 7. It is UNDERSTOOD that the Virginia Iren Ship-building; Company have matte a prop? osition to tho city council to tiio effect tliat if the amount of their overdue laxes he re? duced one half, they will pay that half by giviog the city tho Pioneer Mills, provided that in future that part of their property oc cupied by tho Norton ship building company ba entirely relieve?Tof municipal taxation. It is a'so understood that such a proposition is beiug favorably considered, for the rea? son of a promise that the tax money, of the payment of which the company are thus to be relieved, will be used toextend the shops and operations of the Norton company. But it is also understood that this latter compa? ny has no reliance upou this promise, and no security for its ful?llment. If the latter understanding be correct, the city council would do well to reject the proposition re? ferred to. The Pioneer Mills would bo of no profit to the city, except th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 September 1887

WEDNEo?AY F.VENIS'G. SEPTEM I!K.:; 7 LOCAL NEWS. ^^Subscribers who fail to receive the gazette regularly will please report such failures to Cos | ii'lico promptly. For this section light rains, followed by cooior, clearing weather, fresh to brisk westerly winds, veering to northwesterly. The Henry E. Bishop Libelled.? .Messrs. Henry Brothers, owners of Lower Cellar Point, through their attorney. Judge VViilouehby, have libeled the steamer Henry E. Bishop for t?!iMH)'? damages. Henry Bros, claim that under their charter with tho owner- of I he steamer , tbe Citizens1 Line of New York) the time for making the dis lance between Washington and Lowei Cedar Point was to bo materially reduced from last j ear and the Henry E. Bishop was re? commended will) the assurance that she could out travel any boat on the Potomac river. Instead of this, the steamer ran so slow that it look from four and a half to live hours to make the run. This shortened the ? ay at the Point and brought the excursi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 September 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMEEK 7. The London Theatre Horror.?The work of removing the dead from the ruins of the burned Theater Royal in Exeter was < ontinued ait day yesterday and last night. There were terrible scenes about the ruine. The number of deaths is mounting upward, and it is feared now that it will reach 120 at the lowest estimate. At noon yesterday, while the search for bodies was being prose? cuted in the ruins of the theater, the work? men came upon twenty bodies lying in a hsap together, completely calcined. Anoth? er ghastly discovery wa3 made of* a father, mother and child burned to death, elapsed in one embrace. Many bodies found indi? cate what a terrible struggle there wa3 to preserve life. Nearly every corpse recover? ed had the clothing torn oil'. From many of the bodies limbs were missing, aud the re? mains showed evidence that they had been wrenched off. Several whole lamiliee, num? bering from two to five persons, lost their lives. The construction...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 September 1887

MEDICINAL. S"Tlio Greatest Cure on T.irth f?r I'i i relieve more quickly than any other known ran s&y'tFiiZ Ithcumnthmi Neuralgia,. j%??3?fi\. Swelling. Still Neefc. BralSe*,! "?S?, l::::. . .-?:il<K Cut*. LunilA-l * WA:-., n. i. i-v. s-.n-s, Kropt-ult.vi, j pO^W'v B'i . v. .Sur.- 'I hroat, itiiacbe, Sprain*, etc rrice 5 i\**^>r/?4?-.,:, ;i b.itlo. Sol.l l.y ! : <aWrB5SPs!?!f ' ?? ??aution.-Tho een } IHortW rt:..-t.r.aTnul(-5!:.rl:..iinlo nr. Bull's Conrii Syrup will chrc vnnr I'uush al once. Price only Cts. a bottle. BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT & CO. SteamFlooiing&PlaiiingMil] Manufacturers of DOOB and WINDOW FEAMFS, MOLDINGS, &c Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, laths, NAILS. LIME, CALCINED BLASTER and CEME.Vi. ,V0. 25 NORTH UNION ST., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGIN A ^"Lumber delivered in tho city free. PJ3TA.BLISHED 1822. JOSIAH Hi). SMOOT, DEALF.B IN is, Laus NAILS,LIME,CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 September 1887

???? iM- sfe THURSDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 8. Unquestionably, the best thing Mr. Cleveland has done, since he bcojroo Presi ?teiit.was his veto of the dependent peiifion^ hill, which, however, Mr. Randall, the lead or of liiu ho called protection democrats in Congress, voted to pass over his veto. That veto did not harm those who deserve pen aims, hut it saved the government hundreds of millions of dollars that would otherwise have gouo into hands that bad no just claim to the money, and into thor-e of scheming pension agents. The right thiukiug men of a! parties, republicans as we!! as democra's, oven euch a rank and ultra one of tho for? mer as ex Governor Cameron of Pennsylva? nia, app'aud the President for the veto re ferred to. _ If what tho democrats say he true. Gen. Muhone's recent publication of a part of his Congressional record will lesnlt in more haiin than good to him, as it has induced theui to iostilutea careful examination of hi-* (-very word and act dnriog the six yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 September 1887

THURSDAY EVEKING. SEPTEM I! LOCAL NEWS. ^^Subscribers who fail to receive thoGazETrjt regularly will please repoit sncli failures to t'iis office promptly. lor this district cooler, fair weather, fresh to brisk northerly wind-, diminishing in force and becoming variable, followed by rising tempe? rature en Friday. Personal.?Judge N. B. Mond.? baa re? turned from Fauquier, where ho and his family have been spending tho summer.and will preside at tho September term of the ?' orporation Court, which begins on Monday uex;. Judge C. E. Stuart and Mr. A. W. Arm strong left here this morning for Baltimore, where they will this evening take a steamer for a trip to Boston. Gen. M. D. Coise is confined to his home, I aving had his eves operated upon for catu ract. Mr. W. B. Corse, son r.f Gen. M. D. Corse, who has been seriously ill with typhoid fe> '. er, is convalescent. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Florence, daughter of Gen. N. G. Ordway, to Mr. Frank G. Wilkins. Tho m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 September 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, 8EPTEMBER 8. A Tornado.?The tornado which visited Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday, originated in*South ern Michigan. It first struck Sylvania, a village ten miles north of Toledo, blowirjg down two gaE well derricks and wrenching a boiler from its brick foundation. Two horses in a wooded pasture were killed by falling trees. All tall trees were leveled. A brick school house at Michie was destroyed. The track of the tornado was south by east from Toledo along the line of the Toledo and Ohio Central Railroad. Corn is scat? tered afiM houses and barns are unroofed for miles. At Waterville and other villages to t he southward much damage was done. No loss of life is reported. The elate roofs of a number of buildings were badly damaged, and the towering chimneys of the main building of the insane asylum were blown down, crushing in the roof. The total loss to the asylum is $S,000. Dr. Embury, the assistant superintendent, was driving into the grounds at the time, his wife and lit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 September 1887

MEDICINAL. mmmmi BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT&^?. SteamFlooriiig&Plaiiiug Mil] Manufacturers of DOCK and WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, &c'. Dcalcr3 in LUMBER, SHINGLES,LATHS, SAILS LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. N0.25N0BTR UNIO& -v.. ALEXANDRIA. VTEGl Lumber delivered in tlio city free. JOSIAH B. R SMOOT, i>:..\i.::i: in NAILS.1JME.( em ENT, CAIA'IN ED PLASTBB, &c. &c &e. MANUFACTURE!: or PTJ ?OEING, DOOR-:, SASH. BLINDS, ERA MES MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS AND ALL EINDs OP WOOD WORK. Ollica and yard No. '21 north Union Factory Sos. 13 and 15 north Loo St., Alexandria. Ya, ggByNo charge for delivery i;. city. iira28 John T. Creiffhton & Son, W HOLES a i. K a n !> K E T a i 1. 1> E ai. f. US i \ ts ve?mvab:i: axd cutlery, NO. KING, CORNER OF ROYAL STREET Have on hand a very larpo and weil assorted stock >f goods in their lino. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 September 1887

ALEXANDETA. FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEM BEE ft. That Alexandria's policy of inviting manufacturers to establish plants here by relieving thein of municipal taxation is not jus.t to her taxpayers all know; that it is not wise is, proved by its non sncce?.-; that it is availed of as a means by which to bold property for speculating purposes without taxation is shown in the case of the Pioneer Mills. The mere saving of a tax bill would surely not be tuEGcient to induce any good business man to establish a manufacturing plant here if in his opinion the other condi? tions were unfavorable : and ju-t as surely the expense of such a bill would not deter bim from commencing operations here if he deemed the other conditions conducive to success. All property should be taxed ac? cording to its value : and if that were done here there would be money enough in the city treasury to improve the streets, the condition of which is not only a great deter? rent to the e=tab'isbment of manufacturing, but o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 September 1887

FjBTXjat evening, September y. LOCAL NEWS j2">Sub;cribers who fail to receive tho G\y.r.TTF. regularly will please report suth failures to this ofiico promptly. For this district warmer, fair weather to day. followed by local rainis on Saturday, light to frc-!i southerly winds, becoming fresh to brisk south? westerly. -_ THE I.C. B. U.?Tho Irish Catholic Be? nevolent Union closed its session in Wash? ington yesterday. President Glennan pre? sided, and Rev. Father Henry offered the opening prayer. After addresses by Presi dent Campbell und Vice-President Daily, of the C. T. A. Union, of Philadelphia, explain? ing the objects of the society, resolutions reported by Father Walsh were adopted ex? pressing sympathy with the movement of Parnell, Dillon and their colaborers against landlord power in Irolsud. The election of officers was proceeded with, Mr. M. Glen? nan, of Norfolk, being ro elected president ; J. J. Byhan, of Pennsylvania, aud Rev. Win. Walsh, of Tennessee, viej...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 September 1887

FRITAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9. The Jews of Jerusalem.?The Talmud ic and RabbiDic Jews of Eastern Europe have a longing for the land of their fathers, of which the Israelites of Western Europe and of America know almost nothing. Trained in the traditions of centuries, they believe that God is especially present in the Holy Land ; that the Jew who dies within the sacred borders goes directly to heaven while those of other land? mnst first pass through the purgatory of Gehinnom. The Slessian will first appear in Palestine, and the dead of that country shall rise first, and only they will receive again the spiritual bidy that was lost in Adam's fall. Sach faith and hope, augmented also by the per? secution of their people in Russia, Rou melia and elsewhere, have driven thousands and thousands of Abraham's children to Je? rusalem, there to end their days aDd be in t-rred in the sacred eoi!. The result of these causes is, that at no time since the expulsion of the Jews from Palestine by the...

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