THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY- gyi888.
"Was Ho Sot tho Gamaliel at Whose
THE STATES AND THE UNION.
"Our Policial Polity ns Understood
Uj tlio I'lrst rrcsHlgnt,
Cardinal principles of polity In a const!
tutlonnl rcpubllo must bo matters of fact,
Wcnnso thoy nro "established" as fnndn
ircntal laws. AVhat was constituted?
"Who did It? What right had thoy? etc.,
nre questions of fact, mid If "Washington
mid Jcifcrson entirely concur, and aro
corroborated by nil tho leading fathers, It
would bo absurd for Americans to tolor
nte any other theory than tho factual ono
It Is n remarkable fact that Washington
preceded Jefferson In the statement of
those factual principles of our polity,
-which WO are addicted to styling
It will ho seen that Washington, like
Jefferson, thought tho Union n-voluntary
awooi atlon of pre-existent political bodies,
each acting with its own absolute Willi In
ratifying, and thereby establishing, "tho
toiistltutlbii of tho United 8tates.'r
In letters to General Knox and Mndi
con and Randolph, in March and April,
J 787, ho repeatedly speaks of "the States''
ns free "to appear In tho convention" or
not, Jfo ono disputed that In said con
vention, they acted and voted as distinct
bodies in tho character they agreed upon
in tho second nrtlclo of confederation
"By unanimous order of the convert
tion.y ho stated to Congress, concerning
tho Constitution he enclosed, that It was
for "tho Federal Govcnuncnt or these
States," and that tho potters "vested" in
the General Government wcro tho "dole
gatinu-ofan extcnslvo trust."
To Madison, October 10, 1787, he bpokc,
of the Constitution being "submitted to
a convention of this State."
To David Stuart, October 17, 1787, ro
Vlylnc to objections, ho wrote: "No men,
or bodies of men, or countries, will enter
into any compact or treaty It one of the
ihreeds to have a negative control over
the other tmc. TJicro must bo
reciprocity or no union."
ToTflushrod Washington, November 10,
1787, he wrote: "A candid solution of a
simple, question docs, in my opinion, de
cide tho dispute, namely: Is It best for tho
States to unite?" Further on ho asks
what tho opponents will propose for Vlr
lynla "if nine other States should acccdo
fo the. Constitution." Ho lias no idea of
tovcreignty in government, but says "tho
power tinder tho Constitution will aluays
lie in tlicpeoplc. It is intrusted, for cor
tain defined purposes and for a certain
limited period, to representatives of their
own choosing. Their servants
can, and undoubtedly will, bo recalled," ir
they act "contrary to tho interests and
wishes of tho people."
To Jefferson, January 1, 1788, llo names
"the only States that have as yet decided"
and mentions others that aro to hold their
To Count Hochambcan, January 8,
1788, he writes that tho Constitution is to
bo submitted to "conventions in, tho sev
eral Htntes and by them approved Or re
jected." To General Lafayette, February 7, 1768.
lio explains the investing of powers needed
for "the fniictionsof a coOo government,"
and concludes byspcakingortheprospoct
or tho Constitution being adopted by nino
States ormorc. Tennsylvania, Delaware,
Jcw Jersey ami Connecticut havo already
done It. It ii also said Jhat G?orlnb.a5
heceueu. , aiui uj mo satno ho writes,
-April 28, 1788; "The people retain every
thing. they dfc not by Bxprcss terms glvo
up. lloncoa billot rights is nugatory."
And again, on Jtino 17, 178S, to tho same,
ho speaks of "tho accession or Maryland
to tho proposed covermncnt," and adds
that "tho accession of ono lrioro State will
complete tho number nine needed to
establish, it." l J
To General Hncknoy, June 23, 1788, ho
rays that "Virginia has adopted," by a
vote of 80 to 70, that this is a .day of re
joicing at Alexandria, and that tho pleas
ure Is increased by the news that ''New
Hampshire, on the 21st Instant, acceded
to the mew Confederacy by a majority of
11 voices that is" to say, 57 to JO." Ho
.rrpeaks further of "tho ten Statct that
have actually adopted tho General Gov
eminent," and 'liopes, tho Union will
now bo established on a durable' basis."
I will now conclude Washington's ante
lrcldcnUal views with short, pithy
phrases ofconclusivo meaning from his
letters written between June, 1788, and
larch, 17S9, to l'inckney, Jay, Madison,
General. Lincoln, Sir Edward Nowcnhnni,
end others thus enabling, tho reader to
candor and patriotic fervor, by tho Father
of his Country,
He speaks of "the mombcrs of the
mnion;V "tho now.Fcdcrol system;" "tho
decision of ten States;" "tho accession of
ten States;" a confederated government;"
meaning tho ono beforo us, and tho
hope that; "North Carolina will soon ac
ccdo to tho now union."
To General Lincoln ho writes: "Who
ever shall bo found to enjov tho confidence
of thoBtates" for Vice-President, will suit
me ifl be President, To General Pinck
neyhaeays: "After New York 'shall hate
acted, only one little Btato -will -remain;"
nd to Madison he writes: "Toward Now
York wo look for whatever Is interesting
till Me Siatet begin to act under tho new
"To -.point tho moial nndadorn the
talc," comes his letter to "BrOthor Jona
than" Trumbull, dated July 20, 1788'
II . , yf0 1Jnayl Tylt), a Mild Of
pious and grateful exultation, trace tho
jlngerof Providenco through thriso dark
and Brvtiterious evonts which first in-.
uced-Mct .Stales to appoint a general con
-ventioji,,-nnd tborulcd Mem, ono. after
another, pyr3Uch steps as were best calcu
lated to effects tho object, into art adoption
of tliey-unrcommendedJy that, gen
As IhenbOva statements of Washington,
concerning our present Federal polity,
preceded JerBsraon's voluminous exposi
tions oftt, rimy wo not consider the former
as the Gamaliel nt, whoso feet (ho latter
Titii rauiCKKcr caused. to ota;we.
Lerua see If oillce caused Wasliington
to modify his statements of factual or In
I quoted. his phrasoafow paragraphs
hack about "the States beginning to act
under tho new form," and I now quote
Ids letter to Jefferson, dated February 13,
1780, speaking of "tho measures taken by
Ihodlttercnt States, for carrying tho new
government into execution." .
He1 wrote to Governor Johnston of
North-Carolina of his hope that his Stato
would, "speedily accede, to thenew Cen
tral Government," and ot "tho political
relation which is to subsist hereafter be
tween; the State of North Carolina and the
Etatesnow in union." AtidtoUonverncnr
Morris, early in 1780, ho expressed tho
hopothet "the non-acceding 6ta'Miyill
toon become members of tho Union."
To Governor Fenner, of Rhode Isknd,
he wrote June ll, 1700, of the then recont
"ratification of tho Constitution by tho
convention of Ithodo Island" and con
gratulated him upon "all those States
which were originally confederated,"
being; "ouceinoro as ono family," And
toConflt'Segur, July 1, 1700, ho wroto
that the "union of States Is now complete
wider tho now government, by tho late
accession of .Rhode Island to tho. new
Passing by many cognate expressions,
I quote- from his letter to iJr. David
Etuart, March 20, 1702a "To accommbdato
differences, temper and mutual forbear
ance' aro requisite. Common danger
brought the States into confederacy, nnd
on their union our safety and importance
depend. Aaflrit of accommodation was
the bonis of the piosont Constitution.
If tho Eastern and Northern
States are ,dangcins. in union italics his
-will they heloasuojnisepm-atlon? ?
Vhat would Virginia, and bucIv. other.
fitateBMuJU4)lBclined. to ioinlui.
jjwu VJ) m$ ; i ,
3S iSi&RflfifawT im,
ho used tbophraso 'limitations on -the
faith of which tho States acceded to that
instrument," and to tho satn.1 on August
20, 1702, ho counsels mutual, forbearance
conciliation, accommodation, otc, "and
such healing measures as may restore
harmony to tho discordant mcmbcri of
the Union and tho governing powers of
It-" "Without these," continued he, "I
do not sco how tho union of tho States
can bo much longer preserved."
TIti: tVMKWKU, ADDRESS
Is In full liormoy with tho above, and it
adjures our people to prcsorvo tho. Union
by preserving "tho sacred tics that bind
together tho various parts," viz, Mildness-
mutuality, justice, c.
And his correspondence shows special
approval of tho Federalist, In tho ilrst
number of which Hamilton said, "socle
tics of men," "from their reflection and
lnent," and in tho last number Of nliIcU
No. 8f ho said, "thirteen lndoiondont
States" aro "tho parties to tho compact"
all tho intermediate numbers being en
And finally WashlnRton must liavo
considered (for ho could but know) that
tho commonwealths of people were tho
governing power contemplated by tho
Constitution; becauso tho first article
named them, and provided that thoy
should chooo their Senators, Rcjircicnta
tlves and Presidential electors, nnd glvo
to them their only official status and tho
titles to their olllccs, nnd, moreover
should select them from their own mem
bers, citizens and subjects; because tho
seventh nrtlclo proved absolutely that
they, tho said loctcttct wire, by ratifying
to (itabiith tho said Constitution; because
tho fifth article proved that they alono
had tho sovcrign power of amcndlngit;
and, finally, because tho fourth articlo
proved that their congress (I. e., tho con
cretsof themselves,) had tho option of
doing the absolutely soi etelgn act of "ad
riiiUing Into this Union" soicreign oquais,
as they, tho said United States, havo al
ready dono twentj-llvo times, and as they
will probably continue to do till the re
public of republics is only bounded by
octane, and tho Federal compact is a
reciprocity treaty covering tho Western
I havo Httlo doubt that tills was, In
some degree. Washington's statcsmanliko
forecast, for ho is on record ot having ap
proved Madison's No. 11 of tho Federalist,
containing tho following: "Tho ifnmedl
ato object of the Federal Constitution is
to secure the Union of the thirteen print(
tiu Stales, and to add to them such other
States as may arise."
I am forced to conclude, then, that
Washington considered that "tho States
began toactundor the noWform," to uso
his own phrase, that they continued "to
net under tho now form;" and that they
intended to do all tho government
Of tho country throughout the future.
I judge that Washington and his com
patriots of the convention novor thought
of a constitutional right' or secession.
Such remedy is revolutionary, for cer
tainly, ns to tho seceding people, it revo
lutionizes their Federal Government,
whilo it gives tho adhering States, under
iiiojus gentium, a casus belli, if they so de
termine, os thoy recently did. Coercion
df States Mas rejected by tho fathers as
war anu inconsistent wim me plan;
while that of persons, by law nnd
through courts, was choson. Consolida
tion v, as charged by enemies nnd refuted
by friends, and was odious to nil. Hamil
ton railed It "political suicide.!' and -said:
"Whilo tho Constitution continues to bo
read, and its principles known, the States
must, bv everv rational man. ho con
sidered ns essential, component parte of
uio union.-- in. J.n. jjuo, uui.i ut
courso, these wero tho views of Wash
ington. I judge, too, that if Washington, noar
tho close of hisrllfc, had been asked to
sanction tho modern dogma that theso
"United Stalest Is a nation" lila answer
would have been much like tho cherry
, I trust The Cnrno and critics generally
will remember that Washington, and not
tho undersigned compiler, is responsible
fyr tho quoted .statements.
B, J, Baoej
A Hatch of Indictments.
Tho following indictments havo boon
found by the grand Jury: Henry Williams,
alias James Wilson, for brcakinginto tho
house ofJohn D, Croissant on Jailuary 28
last and stealing a clock and brush
valued at &2G0; Daniel Hart and Daniol
Lone, grand larceny In entering tho otoro
,qf William 11. Michael on Februarys,
and stealing tobacco, cigars, cigarettes
and meat valued nf about $00;
James Johnson, assault with intent
to kill Lewis Washington on January
7, 1888; John Matthews, nssault with In
tent to kill William Warren on January
11, 18S8; Alex. Sanford, alias Stanford,
petit larceny (socond oflcnso) in stealing
$25 from Kllza Quails on January it, 1888
Wiliam Chow, assault with Intent to kilj
Thomas Dowio on February 12! George
C. Dougherty, two indictments for violat
ing section -103 of the Revised Statutes of
tho United States byetealing postal notes
from tho ofllco of the Sixth Auditor on
January 17, 18S8. Tho grand jury ignored
the charges against Jiuiuia Smothers for
larceny and Joseph Cnrroll, alias Joseph
Rev. H. II, Robinson, colored, will
preach to tho colored. Masons at Mount
zion M.I5. Church to-mdrrow qycnlng-,
8.JI. Donnlas of Roohcstcr, N. X
nUioJain the city, will endeavor to farm
a branch, horo of tho "Red White and
Blue," or tho now American party.
Tho Bethol Literary Society will colo
brate Fred. Douglass's birthday at tho
Metropolitan A..M.E. Church on tho58th
W, J. Aiken has sued tho B. and P.
R. R. Company for $10,000 damages.
caused to.numbcra.4Q7, 409, .71. and,173.
C street .southwest by tho shop nn(l
-Hartwell Union, W. O. T. TJ.r met
Tho Union Veterans' Union at tha
Masonio Tcmplo last night was a great
Tho citizens of West Washington met
last night and decided that tho present
form, of District government was good
enough foe them.
Th'o comrriittco of ten appointed at
Thursday night's meeting of the citizens
df Georgetown to arrange fo a celebra
tion of tho bridge opening, met in tho
ofllco of tho Potomac Insurance Com-
Sony yesterday afternoon, Mr. plater In
je chair. Thcro wero present Messrs,
Grimbs, Palmer, Croploy, Jackson, Nord
lingcry Clements, Gilbert and Dyer. After
considerable discussion as to what should.
bo Uio nature of tho display it was
resolved "That tho Committee of Ar
rangements Tccoramcrtd to tho citizens'
meeting to bo held on Tuesday ovcnlns
next that an Executive Committee, with
full newer to take chaico of the celebra
tion, bo appointed, and that tha Com
mitted of Arrangements favor tho plan
of having a trades display and milltar
and chio procession.
The alarm of flro this morning obout
8.80 was caused by tho burning of straw
in tho cellar of house 8003 Scott street,
dwncd and occupied by Frank Bowman.
Thcro was a lamp burning at tho tirao In
tho cellar, and It is supposed that tho
straw caught flro from this. Loss, about
Tho reopening of Trinity (Cotholioi
Church to-morrow, ocouiring as it docs
in I-cnt, the services will not bo quite to
elaborate, but tho celebration will bo suf
ficiently Interesting to attract a largo con
gregation, Tho heavy rain of last night caused
an overflow on Rock Creek Atnn early
hour this morning tho adjacent gardens
and grounds wcro under water.
Temperature and condition of watcc
nt7 a. ru,i Great Falls, temperature 40;
condition, 2; receiving reservoir, tempera
ture 88; condition at north connection, 3;
condition at south connection, 0; dis
tributing reservoir, teinpcraturfl 88: con
dition at influent gato-house, 8; condition
at effluent gate-house, 0.
"Handsome Hands" h) Pastor E. Hcz
Gwcjn's subject Sunday night.
JJendqyniters for OrAQil Army Fair
'at the Drodbury raWc. ,Moslo. 1235 Pa.
fljSB.,""r d ww3""-
THE BASEBALL WORLD
'Notes oflntcrest About Some of the
WHEREABOUTS OF THE1 MEN,
TreimrftjJrmur Pro RrcsslnB.l'br 'tlfo
1 Coniliifr Henson.
Gardner, Mack, Schoch, Gllmoro nnd
Gllllgan aro in font), and Imln, Wltmot,
,Hoy, Murray and O'Brien havo wired
they will report promptly.
', O'Day and Mack havo signed with tho
' Tho club will go from Washington, on
March 2, direct to New Orleans.
. Arrangements havo been mado to play
one game in Sclina,' Ala., and tho follow
ing dates have also been mado: Trenton,
N.-Ty. April 10 and 20; Jersey City, 21st,
nnd Neil ark, 23d,
Tho following oxcerpt is from an iden
tified oxchangov "Of all tho big clubs in
the country the Wasliingtons alono seem
to havo mado no effort to strengthen
their nine. Hincs, their star player, was
released, and no really first-class men
havo been secured. President Hewitt of
that club apparently is not alive to tho
situation. His nine certainly has a surety
In last place, and he docs not appear to bo
Tho Troy International League team
hns been completed by tho signing of
John Gorman, who played left iicldlast
year on tho Donvcrs of tho Western
Lcflgnc, Tho full nino is as follows:
Kiating, Gentleman, Keeling, Scoring,
pitchers: Wright, Bonny, Kirpcn, catch
ers; Phil) Baker, ilrst uaso; John Troy,
second base; James Holpln, third base;
John Gorman, left field; John Millimau,
ccntrcflcld; Ocorgo Kelly, right field.
Beginning witlv noxt Friday and ex
tending over ten days tho baseball men
hereabouts will havo their hands full.
Virst tho'Lcaguo will meet, then tho As
sodatlOn will hold their annual meeting.
In tho meantime tho National Baseball
Scorers' Association meeting nnd n meet
ing or umpires will be held. New York
White, tho great short-stop or tho Lou
Jsvillo Club, has decided to ngaln'pjay in
LoUisvlllo next season, and is now ready
Tho-Philadclphla Lcaguo team will not
go very far away from homo this season
for its preliminary, practice, as Manager
Wright lias given up tho -proposed South
ern trip, as ho thinks tho long Journey
South affects the men when- theybegin
the championship season. Instead of go
ing South, tho team will ho taken to At
lantic City or Capo May, nnd tho mon
Will probably bo boiled out in ono of
tiicsa places, aiiomucrenco between tho
Athletic and. J'hiutdelphla clubs-over tho
arrangements fortbo Jbcal championship
spring series, aro as far from settlement as
qvor. Ncltbcr,8ido shows any disposition
tp back down, and unless ono club or tho
other docs so, X'hiladclphlans will bo de
prived or their customary springtrcats.
J Tho New York outfield will bo pclcctod
from Gore, Tlornan, Dorgan. Foster and
BlaUcry There will ho great hustling by
thosojiicn in tho preliminary games in
tho springes they will all bo glvon an,
opportunity to demonstrate their prowess.
It MikcDorgan'snvnihas not improved
in that time lio will probably boa substl
tute. Every New Yorker knows Dorgan
is n splendid batter, hut .owing to an af
fection of tho shoulder cannot throw tho
sphere any distance. Last season Ward
and Richardson ran halfway into his ter
ritory when aiqulok. icMirn oftheball was
necessary, Slattcry.and roster tho now
men, havo excellent records as outfielders
andihaltcrs, ondf cither of them will bo
seectvU to im Rowan's place, should iho
lalter-not pan ouJ.wcH,
rFcsldonY Young has called 'a special
meeting of tho National League, to be
held inNdW York in thej Fifth Avcnuo
Hotel on Friday, March 2, at 11 o'clock
o.ni. This will bo tho regular spring or
schedule meeting. It was understood
that, this meeting was to havo been held
simultaneously with, the Association
chedulo meeting in New Yorky March 0.
Dolrymplo has returned from San Fran
cisco. Ho says: "lam prepared to tell
tho truth about California os a baseball
Mecca,- Until Glfristmastho atmosphero
wos.dcllghtful. 'Frisco folks turned ont
by tpns of thousands, and overy player
thought ho would bring back a hatful of
cold. Since Dtcembcra) tho weather lias
been generally abominable, and receipts
have bfcen light. Personally, I am satis
fied, I had my wife with mo and paid
expenses. I expect to remain in Chicago
President NimlCk of tho rittahiirp Chili
writes that tho Smith matter will bo loft
Hi nbcyanco until tho meeting of th?
League, and at-that time somo deal may
bo roado'with Boston, or Smith may sign
Tho Clcvclands will ploy their first
game at Columbus with tho Torontos, on
April 4. All tho Cleveland players liavo
bccii notified to report at Columbus, April
1, in condition to play ball. Manager
Williams littslately heard froraallhtsmcn
andievery ono of them reports himself (n
tho best of trim.- Manager Williams says:
'fQutsido or.tho pitching dopartment I
candidly belie vov wo will hayo as good a
club as thcro Is in tho Association, bar
k Fred. Dnuloplsln active training. lie
generally roporta In. tha .spring In better
condition than any olhee member of tho
team to which? ho'ibclonga.- His habits
are iregular nnd his diet watched with
care. He works at racket ftnd pedestrian
ismj Hardio Henderson,' Who will be ono
of tho Pittsburg pitchers, has placed him
self ( under. Dunlap's caro, Ho now
i clghs 220 pounds
Tho Ohio League Baseball Association
have dcoided to make? .thu number of
clubs ten, and Toledo and Jackson, Mich.,
will bo ndmittcdj'provMcd they filo bonds
befoto March'10. The ofllces of secretary,
treasurer and president of the Lcaguo
nere consolidated and Mr. W II. Mo
Dcrmlth of Columbus was elected to the
Tho maimer of dividing tho receipts is
causing a hitch over tho arrangement of
the Piuladclnhia-AthlcticEDrlnr; series of
games. Tho Athletic people Want half of
everything, and tho Philadelphia peonlq
tilsh to divldotho gate money equally,
and each club to keep tho tovcuuo de
rived from its own grand stand.
Tho Biological Society or Washington
holds its regular meeting this evening at
tho Assembly Hall of tho Cosmos Olubr
Thciphpcrs to bo read aro tw -follows. Mr.
Robert' T, Hill, "Tho Southwestern Ter
mination ot me Atlantic Timber Jioit;"
Mr.F. W.Truo. "Changes in tho Cata
logues of North American Mammals'
siqcp 1870j" Dr. T. n. Bean, "Distribu
tion! and some Characters of our Sal
monldro;" Dr. Cooper- Curtice, "8omo
Early Stages in tho Life History of Ticuia
Mi-s. IiOokwood on 'Utah,"
Mrs, Belyit A. Lockwood lectured ot
Grand Army Hall Thursday ovcnlng on
'Tho Other Sldo of the Utah Question."
It was a brilliant effort, and tho gifted
8pc(fknr clearly demonstrated that There
n another side toll, in regard to which
thoFpubllo through Government influ
ence and newspaper- misrepresentation is
kop wholly uninformed. Mrs. Lock
wood holds.-of courso. that tho other utiln
which, is. Uiosldo of tho people of Utah, is
by far tho best Bido.
Tho Colored Moboiih.
Rfcv. R, H. Robinsorr, tho eminent col
ored Methodist clergyman, has accepted
on invitation from Widows' Bon Lodge to
deliver ft Masonio sermon before thorn on
to-morrow evening at Mount ZlonM.E.
Church. AVcst Washington. It is ex
pected that at least o-hundrcd Masons will
altendinabody, Tho orator for tho oo
canion is tho oldest -past grand master for
the (District, and is a fine speaker and
prorhlnent in Moidnio circles',
Tin JTreecu Societx will tkyo (tsau
nual Dress-and Masquerade Ball, at
Kdei'S Hall. rni'Mi-fWrnw rtitv. Mmh
SOME ONI! KIOICINfJ.
A Change In tho Operd) t'ompany'e .-'
Vrogrammo- on ftliorf Notice.
Beforo tho curtain went up at tho Na
tional Thcatrd last night it becamo ovl
dent that a hitch had occurred somowherc.
PdsMbly the causo of tho tronbld was the
falluroof tho "ghost to walk," as that
timc'honored theatrical apparition, has
hadbutllttlotogoon, judging from tho
she of tho audiences that havo enjoyed
tho National Opera Companythts-weokV
Tho curtain was not run up until, half
past eight, nnd nt that hour it was alii
nounced that cirqUmstanccf rendered it
Impossible to present 'Tho Qnccir of
Shcba," which had been advertised for
that nlkht, and that -"FnTisl" Would bo
given instead, Some of tho people, pres
ent began to manll'astconsldorablo disip
proval, when thoy wero informed- that
their money would bo refunded nl tho
box-ofllco If it was so desired.
After tho dissatisfied had availed them
selves of this prlvlleeo the perforinanco
went on, with Amanda FabrW as Mar-
....M.J,. f11.nHln HnHitl Ma T..a, Tb..m1.
rtiiiut, vjiuiiia AJusai-ii. i jl u'mi, A'imijk
Vttta ns Mephlsto, and Attallo-Clalro as
Mtnhisto. Alonzo Stoddard, who was to
havo sung as King Solomon in "Qucon of
Shflbo," gavo a vcryticccptablo perform
ance of tho port of Valentine. Thercgular
cast for "Faust" would havo included
Emma Jnch and Barton McGnckln,
whilo "Tho Queen of Shcba" would have
required tho services of Bertha Pierson
and Clara Poole. The grand ballot of
"Faust" was not forthcoming, nnd It
looks as if discontent wcro becoming es
pecially strong among tho female mem
hers of tho company, extending-from tho
high sopranos down to tho high kickers.
Whatever tho causo of tho trouble may
have been, tho members or tho company
who went on last night and saved tho
evening from being left blank in tho on--gagcnicnt
aro deserving of all credit, both
from tho management nnd from tho pub
lic as represented there on that evening.
Tho performance merits praise as being
all that could havo been expected undor
"Faust'i and "Tonnhauser" are'-to bo
given tnis afternoon and to-night, rcspco
HveJy, with thri regularcastln each caso.
Tho company goes from horo tovllaltl
more for n week, and tho odvanco sale
thero has been good, reaching $3,50O tho
first day. The following weok will bo
put In In Wilmington, Del., and Lancas
ter and Reading, Fa., and the futuro re
mains. A Now Iitno to Iiondon.
Tho German barlcMcdusa, commanded
by Captain Krauso, which, sailed from
London, Erlgland, on 22d instant fou this
cltyi is loaded with merchandise, princi
pally Portland cement, Tor Mr. James II.
MeQlll, Sho will bo duo hero about tho
end of March, and will dischargo at Lit
tlcfield's wharf. Jf successful in her trip
'sho will boifollowed by three othorsldps
at intervals during the year, bringing car
goes lorMr.McGill from London, Eng
land, and Antnorp, Belidum.
' "Eayptt' IJlnatrritctl.
HoUMSlmon Wolf, lato donsul-Ocncral
tb Egypt, will deliver a lecturo in All
Souls' Church, Monday evening next, on
"Egypt," with dcsotiptlvo illustrations
This is ono of Mr Wolf's most entertain
ing lectures, and, being for tho benefit of
the Homeopathic ,Frco .Dispensary, will
doubtless attract a largo audicnoo. Ad
mission only fifty cents,
Clinnfrlii;: tlio Fay of Trainmen.
It Is stated that tho Pennsylvania Rail
rpad and tho Pennsylvania Company
havo agreed upon an equalization of
wages for trainmen, to go into effect on
March. 1. Tho basis decided upon is
mileage Instead of tluic.
FINANCIAL AHD COMMERCIAL,
B.K, Plain Co., St. Cloud Building,'
fnrnish tho following Oil quotations:
Closed yesterdar, 604; opened to-day, 80J;
'Highest, 018; lowest, 893; 2.15 p. m., 018,
Now York Stock JInrket.
Tho following nave been lurnished by
B. K. Plain & Co., Brokers, SU Cloud
Bui)dtng, Ninth and F streets ;
D & H
O T ,
ISO Reading ....
mi Bt l'aul
Mo,fK & T.I
W U Tel...,
N Y Cen..
. Chleaco markets.
The1 following summary is by B. K.
,FJoin & Co., St Cloud Building, Ninth
and F streets:
0. H. L, 0.
Wheat March,. 75 J 75iL 75! 75
May. 80J 80J 803 SO
Juno 02 81 802 81
Com March.. 47 47 47. 47
Moy. 513 618 61 613
Juno..... 611. 513 602 514
Oats March,.. A
' May.,.. 8 31 SH 8
June..... 8l 813 814 81b
Pork. March,.. 13 B7i IB B7J 13 8'i I37jt
May 14 05i 14 ID. L3J074 U 05c
Juncu... 14.121 14 12 U 12 L4121
- Lard-March.. 7 70 7,70 7 70 7 70
May..... 7 821 7 82 7 774 7 80
June.-.,..! 7 874 ,70Q 7 65 j 7 85
Tho'- loiloiying. werd, tho quotations on
tho 'regular call nt tho Stock Exchange
ito-day, All quotations ara for 'eeouri
tiesto tho amount, or $1,030 or 10Q shares
,of 8tock; w. , .
.Masonlo nail Bonds.. 1004
WnShinrrtonMarkct Co. Bonds.- 115
Washington Light Infentry,.lstm'g.e.. ,87
Wnsldncton GosUght Co, OJQuds., ,12011
National Bank cf the Republic. .,..157
UntlAnnl lf. TTnnl, 1 QV1
Central National Bank 200
Second National dlank... ...... 125
Farmers' & Mechanics' National Bunk
of) Gcorectown 1G0
Citizens Nnttonal Bank.,, 1101
Colombia National Bank.. - 108
Washington & (Jeorgetowu. Stock 215
Metropolitan , -..103
Columbia -.. 40
Capjtol & North O Street 37
Firemen's Iusuranco Co 37
Franklin Iusuranco Co , , 88
National Met, Iusuranco Co GO
National Union Iusuranco Co ..,, 10
Arlington Insurance, Co..,, ..1B5
Corcoran Insuranco Co CO
Columbia- Insuranco Co 121
German American Insuranco Co 150
PotOmao Insuranco Co,., 00
Riggs Insurance Co 8
Washington City Gaslight Co SO
Georgetown Gaslight Co.,.,.. 41
U. SElcctrio Light Co 70
Chceapcake& I'otomao TeLCo 78
Washington Brick Machine Co....,210
Great Falls Ico Co 125
Real Estate Title Insurance Co 117
Columbia Title 54
National Safe Deposit Co , 120.
' ("Alflcrnoy J)nlr-y Wagons,"
Fresh Alddrnev 'butter, churned ovcrv
morning and delivered in 4 lb ''Word"
prints, 45o. per lb. Also cottaco cheese,
buttermilk: and sweet milk, Co. ppr qt.
Cream, 13c. ppr pt.
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The Monopoly In tlio I'rlcoof I)rtie
1ms been broken by Mertr, pharmaolst, lOll
V street. ,
Patent Medicine Sold by the Bottle,
at wholesale prides, by Herts, Kill F st,
I'nralture at the Lowest Prices
offered in Wasliington. Call daring
February, as wo propose to glvo you
bargains Odd lots ot Carpets and up
holslery Goods at less than cost, A specul
drive lalteirmauta of FJnn Carpets,
W. 11. Bouuutoh A Co.,
EvorythlBf lb tho Drugf and Medicine'
jlinaiMold-lower t irorii'fl phfiriiiiwr, JOW
WVVf 'WN vwvri-v.K"
1M Orowtli (tf tlio-Olty in lSSIfnmt
Tun brittle has prepared front tho offl
clal records or the Building Inspector's
ofllco n report, showing tho number and
cost of dwelling honiM and othor-bolld-Ings
erected during tho calendar years
I860 and 1887, and also tho cost of ro
pairs and additions to.cxIsl!ng buildings.
Ono of the most gratifying features of tho
year's building, was -tho lnercaso-.in.-tho-avcrngo
cost of dwellings. In 18S0 tho
nicrago cost of-dwclllng houses erected
Was $2,188, whlloinl887 they cost.$2,693,
showing that, ns that city Increases In
size, n better class'1 of houses is being
Tho northwest; northeast,- southeast
cotfnty and southwest created' tho best
dwellings, in tlio order named,
Tho county -was tlio only section In
which tho nvcrage -cost of dwellings was
lets in 1887 tbanin 18S0.
Tho following, statement shows Ilia
number and cost of dwellings, divided In
ten classes, att(thged according fo Vtlldo,
together with tho cost of miscellaneous
n,wio to lo.ooo,,,,
S0,0W to 23,000....
23,000 over..... ,,
Tho improvements wore divided among
the different sections ns follows:
DWEL1IKOB KOmilM EST.
CI-ASSinCATION. 1680, J 16S7.
Undor Jf.OOO MO 8163,173411 Sin,733
Sl,orOto81,6CO. 141 168,100 00 8J.100
l.SOOto S.O00 75 1J8,900 03 103,400
B.OOOtO 8,000; 15R 373,000110 2flO,80O
3,C00-tO 3,000j.,,. 113 B,80OlM 87B.G0O
3,000tO 10,000...... 117 7S8,C001BS S09.R0O
10,000 to 13,000. SO 803003 89 331,000
13,000 to sa.ooo...... is ssoooo'ii 210,000
20,000 to in.ooo p 10-1.0(10 10 son,ooo
23,oe0ocr. B 313,000 10 601,600
AierngAcostof dwclllnes, 1880, iW.SS.S,
AVcrajte cost of dwelllpss, 1687, Sl.opi.
81,000 tO $1,500...
l.CCO to 2,000..,
2,000 to 3,0001. ,
Churches . . .
Avcrngo cost of tTicllInr-s, 1686, $631.
AJcrago cost ot dwellings, 1667, 81,214.
1,300 to 3,00Oi,
6,000 to 10,000......
C 811.M0 03 S 03,030
01 C9.CO0 40, 43,000
43 71000-40T 01,800
01 45,600 73 149,800
' IS 47,C0ffl 80 130,630
7 BlOOf 3 20,500
'B3.V 3129.(100388 8473,370
AVcragacottofdwellloes, IBS", 81,303,
Averngo cost of dwellings, 1687, 81,004.
DWEJ LINOS SOUTHEAST;.
CLAfJijriOATIOH.- 1S6S 18S7,,
"Under J1.000 133 JftJ,45aW 874,000
81,000 to 81,300..... 40 43,8001-47 67,400)
1,500 to 2,000.. u. 81 60,30S id 23.403
2,000 to 3,000... I 23 60,150 tui 70,750
jSjOOOto- .000... 14 41,00ffl 16 67,000
5,0$0tO 10,000.... 3 . ,000 8 41,600
TQtal..,.,,. 201 8288.6003io 8330,(130
AVerago oost of dwellings, 1660, 81,090.
Average cost of dwellings, 16W, jl.377.
CLlFSiriOATION. 1680. 18S7,
UtidcrSI.OOtf 160 881,4W 140 $80,2.30
$l,CC0to 81,500... I 23 20430 3) 33 200
1,600 to 2,000,.., 1)15 23,750 20 81,000
2,000 to 8,000.,,, ItI7 80,400 11 29,800
3,000 to 5109,,.. 27 1X1,000 15 63,000
6,000 to 10,000,,.. 6 39,000 7 41,600
10,000 to 13.000.. , 12 33,000 8 33,000
13,0M to 20,000.,,, f 3 83,000,,,,. ,..
23,Hiuover.. M 23,000.,... .....
Total..- "a33837U,OI0)333l S9,760
R. R. Station,,.,
Average cost of dWclllags, isej, ,48d
AJr;o.v dwtUWi,-lW, JtW
Cnll t Merrltrft Van Wnjjne'i,'
ma Tennv ftie, anti sco flno speclmcnl; o(
WatbrCoWrs, by tndr special artist Also,
fiuo rhotogrnphs, Crayon Portraits, &o.
Orcnns, flood as Now, $415
and armaria; 8rV-monthlr.
i. a. bmitii, 1223 Pa. avo,
JJo Not Deceived by Low I'rlcci.
Think ron a Moment,
and yon rrmst certainly eomo to tho conclu
sion that Tho Oront Atmntlo and PaclfloTca
company, with two litmrtral bntnehtoms la
the united States, aro soiling tho nncstTeat,
purest coffees nnd Hotting Powders ohoapor'
than any other house. .Take IntrroontMora-'
(Ion the moRnltiido ot tbotr btulaei9j nnd ron
will easily sco thejrcnrrnfrorillt, A small por
ctntngo of prout on our enormous sales
amply pays us.
' onr Now Season Teas are tho flnost Im
ported) For strength and flavor thoy cannot
Our Coffees aro most delicious; No stalo
goods kept In stock. Wo cordially Invito nil
lovers of good Tens, Coffees and Making
fowler to cnll and brlni tholr friends, and
inspect our excellent stook of now Ton, puro
Coffees and Baking Powder borora buying
Wo have just received n larco enrgo of now
crop Teas of our latest Importation, and will
selfnt prlcc-i that defy competition.
Superior Mixed Tea, at On, 40", 00; 00 nnd
80 cents per pound. Choloe uunpowaer Ten,
nt35, 40, oo.uo, sa and our very best at 81
per pound, Flno 1'ormosla Oolong Ton, nt
!l8.- 40, no, 00. 80 and ttlfl very host at 81
per pound. Knallsh Drcakfaat Teas, at 40,
ho.'COaml very'best nt 80- cents per pound.
Chotco Jnian Teas, atUG, 40, CO, 00 and very
best SO cents. Hyson Tens, 00. 00, 80 and
very bestat 81 per pound. Our 81 Ounpo wdor
Tea Is tbc-vcry best In tho markot, and our no
cent ITeas cannot bo oannlcd olsewhora for 70
ccntsi Our Java and Mocha cotico, at 30
cents per ponnd, cannot bo bent. Host
ltnrncnlbo Coffeo. 00 cents. Hcst Klo CofTee,
at 30 C0Dt,-nnd fine Java Coffee, at TO con ts
Our Teas and coffees are always frcsb, and
Wo gunrantro to give sattsfactlOu of mouoy
rcfnnUed. "Wd receive FruK-HoasUil Vofftt
every two days. Therefore wo havo Fresh
(JoodHOli band nt all times.
Alt wo nsk Is ono trial, nnd vro know our
goods will speak for themselves. Consumors
can save from HO to 30 per cent, by buying
their Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Unking Powder
customers can havo their Coffeo jtronnd
fresh, whilo waiting, by aid of our now Ulco
Our right o'clock Breakfast Coffee, at 35
eentsjDcr pound, Is the Host, Cheapest and
Molt Economical In tho market.
Great reductions In all grades of l'uro
Tho scst Standard Granulated Sugar, nt
o. per pound.
-ho Hest Stnnilnrd A Suttnr. nt 7a. nor lb.
T)in llc-a Wlilto Kitrn.f Huirar. ntHUd.nnr
The nostXlgbt C Sugar, ntoo. per pound.
Tho Hcst cut Sugar, at So. per ponnd.
Thollestl'owuered Sugar, at 8oi por-ponnd.
, lfnudsemo Prosimtsln tho way ot Crookery
Flno Teas and Coffees. Wo also give olicoks
With every 25 cents' worth of Tea, Coffee and
310-1 M st , Georgetown.
C8, 60 and oo Tjentro Market,
02 Western Market.
8 nnd oio et. Market.
J01 Northern Liberty Market.
Newton ll, Howman, Manager
Tlie Very Dest Imported Castile -Boap
rinnos Slightly Used, 875
and upwards; SB payments!
1 Y. (1. Saitu,'1225 Ta. ove.
i Call nt Merrltt Jt..Vnn AVngTict'ir,
f)2& Peim. ave , and sco flno specimens of
Water Colors, by their spealal artist. Alio,
fine, Photograph, Crayon Portraits, &a.
not water uottios.
Exoellont for tho sick during tho cold Season.
I Monitor Oatters
andArctlcs koop tho foot warm.wullo.rldlug
or walking theso cold dors.
Overshoes and Boots,
Very bostqualltyysuro to glvo satlsfdctlbu
Gossamers and Clothing,
Serviceable and good.
1 Secure somctblugof tho kind -to use In caso
Goo&TXln Ttimncn Co.,
, 000 "Oth stroct n. w.rneari's. avo.
, , , ,
of Qnlnino at Mrtz's,-1014 F street.'
Merts tho Druggist,
at 1011 r sfrcct, Is undersold by none
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Confections for Sinner rnrtlcs,
at ''Shcetz. tbo Confectioner's," lltb and G
and 7th and 1 streets n. w,
' , ' ' 'I'
Tho Clinton House,
corner of 7th and I sts.n. w., Is undor now
management, has beon. refurnished and Is
admirably kept. Tablo board, 818 per
month; single moals, 25 cents.
Absolutely Pure Candlos
(and none other), fresh every hour, at tho
Stores ot "Kliccti, tbo Confectioner," 11th
ana Q and 7th and I streets n, w.
Continuation of Coat Salo.
Tho great sale 'of Dry Goods, at Cost for
Cash, Is still going on at
W. D. Clauk Co.V,
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.Is Tour Property Insured ?
It not consult Gtmirr Bnos., lOlOFsfcn.w.
"Sheeti, tho Confcctlouor."
Stores, 11th and G, and 7th and I ets. n. w.
i ' '
Dog Collars Engraved
.ndltaz-ors -sharpened free. D.N.WAWonD,
487 Pa. Ave,- duns and Itifles for salo and
M, W." Deverldge,
J 000 FENN8TX.VANIA AVENtTS,
Pottery, rorcclaui, rlchiCaW5Ias,-;JInglIsh
nnd Amerlcan.Ctitlery, rine , plated ,.
Wtuoxand , Kitchen, UtensUs
&ioold by Mcrtz,l 0141' ttcecfAtouc-balf
"" "-" ""-" .,., ,
Hodden's nepreuntotlve InitoUmout
JAhnRnddcn, the prominent nnd pioneer In
stallment merchant, oantrally located at 03O
and 0J2 Seventh streot northwest,' has one of
the largest, stooks tqjthotolty, constating In
'part of housekeeping goods, milon-mudo
stoves, all kinds of Tnrntturo, carpets', chairs,
oilcloths, eto eta., oil of- -which wlH 'be- sold
nt n.-Ka pricvK oaiiuariaButumeai. piaa oa
weekly or monthly payments, to suit I
i , ! '
Xd the Indies.
, Bind your? laco enrtaing "tq tho Swiss fjteam
ri i .i
LrruooiurntCirccsf Uocau'raoda itn ordor.
Handsome designs. KerTHnd,-lQia Pennsyl
, ror Washlrigton DroSseil neer
go to John R. Kelly, stalls 023,020 and 030
Centro Market, and 200 and 208 Northern
Liberty, Corned boot a specialty.
MoKoonixt1 and address dies stamped In
colors at low figures. Kcrvopd's, 1012 i'eou
It Is the Seat.
Ask for It. SohlH-.'sMllwankeo Laser Deer.
For sale by all leading bouses.
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Visrrma Oinci neatly engraved from your
Jlatca at 70 cents, per hundred. Kervand,
012 Pennsylvania avenue.
The Queen of Beers,
The only peer for ladies.
To the Ladles.
Bend yonrlaeo curtains to the Swiss Steam
Laundry 1022 F street.
The Queen or Beers
Is a trifle higher In price, bat of superior
quality to all others.
'Aldorney Dairy "iVngons."
Fresh Atdcrney butter, ohurned every morn
ing and delivered la M lb "Ward" prints, 45o.
perls.'- Also ooltago'cb-C'O, buttermilk and
sweut milk, Co. per at. Cream. 15o, per at.
1feC0RMI0K.-On Saturday. February 23.
1888. at 2.40 a. m., Lowls S. MoCormldk, In
(hoOOthyenrof hlil ago.
Notlco of funeral hereafter,
. BROWN. At Ivanpah, Khn on tho 23d
Inst., John L. Brown, formerly of Washing
ton, D, 0 aged 70 years.
Interment at Baltimore, Md, Funeral; pri
vate.. concoltANOntbo morning of tho 31th
of Fobruary. William Wilson Corcoran, to tho
fJOth year of his age,
, Funeral will take place from his late real.
denco.cn Monday, 27th Inst, at, a,o'clouk,
Ilia friends are cordially Jnvlt W to attend.
TXTiMTCB-ETEKIBOtlT TO KSOW THAT
VV HICO's Btearaa-ailng Works, i(K)
MateearaHS w, cleats carpets, renovates
ahtp. faralturo stearoed In.UHl tMwt wtnawt
A CERTAIN CURE for the PIR8T
Its main Ingredients aro raw beef and Duffy's
Puro Malt Whiskey, nnd It stimulates tho oner-gtcTir!d-bnlldsnpMbotlssnM
discovery has over dono.
"lam n Presbyter Ian clergyman and oDoq
torof 'blvlalty, bat I am not afraid to rec
ommend 'Duffy's 'Malt Whiskey nnd Duffy's
Formula al tho purest and moat fflolont brcp
aratloni as a mcdlclna'lknow of, and my ox.
TttlV. IJ. MtLLS,
Mcado Centre, Kan.
Duffy's Formula Is for salo by all druggists
nnd dealers. Prlco 81 per bottlo.
toe dtjffV SfAtT wnratajy co ,
Itoohbstcr, N. Y.
TVyrcTWAh itrsutvi: fdsd uftiMsojor
J.V1J NY( K. n. Harper. lrcs. I.lfo lnsur-:
nnco nt ono-lmlf usual rates, MILTON &
LUCKETT, 035 F at, ngoftts.
Wll.T, DAItir BhOn F.TES SO. 1280, IS
Now-York Cnpldr ploaso commaalcato
With BAHNKST Xi 0. X.t Crltlq QfllcOi
01 A TO 81,000 ISTESTFI) IN STOCKOF
OJU a prominent company In this city. It
Is thought, will dbuhlo nnd treblo in tbo near
future, Full Information as to tho now do
Yclopmcnts ot tho company wilt bo given to
those who wish to Invest. Address CONn
IinNTIAL. llox O. II. M Crltlo oMco.
pOLhAKDMLVEIl BOUGHT AND JIOSF.T
"OT advanced on goods at your rosldcnoo;
orders by mall promptly attended to. Mo
AULEY,ill20Mt. CACT10.M-.Et,F.CTniClTV IS U.SKlI,Lt:
haodsls positively dangerous. For in
years I have made It n special praotlco, and
am curing various diseases (proclaimed In
curable) In Washington, nervous and mental,
ovarian and uterine, spinal disease-, tumors,
strloturosj paralysis, etc; statlo eleotrlelty
through clothing. DTt, T S, NIOHOLSOr-r
(University of Michigan), 00 1 12th st nw;oor
MFItTZ'S rilABMACT. 1014 V ST-TIIE
lowest-priced drugstore In tho city.
(Lotowlth Woodward &" tothrop),
1100 3? STREET NORTHWEST.
Best of work at reasonable prlcos.
ITUIE 0,irEEf OF BEERS
Leads thorn all.
MME. FItASCAlS A CO
Tea Gowns a speolalty.
B'B. ariSE & CO... pjlllltELhA.JIAKEn,
. 41111th st. Gom.mouatod-.canos.aua
umbrellas a specialty.
rlo Collogo of Veterinary Snrgcons,
loronto, Canada; animal pets aspeotaltr. Of
llco, J 0()0 F-nnd 1020 M stnw, Washington
D. C. Telephone calls, 0(18-1 and, 472.
A. 1110 G street northwest.
, Branch ofllco, 121.2 PonnaavO- ,
Collars and cuffs a specialty,. nt.20d. per
Goods called for and dolivcred at any part
ot tho city.
mpE QUEEir. OF BEEBS
JLi tcada themrall.
fTUlOCSEKS TO SEAbUBE, 83.60 to JfJ-fU'E.
, clal prices. WM.DE MOTT, 1110 F st
p w, agent, Tdwcr Hall, Philadelphia.
-UHFOnMA. WISE BOOH, 700-DSTN Wl
V Jacob anndIaeh'sCo7obratod"WhUo and
Claret wlnea by tho glass and bottlo. "N.
K. iWEYAND, lato from San iMemardlno.iCal.
,1IE hATEST FAUIS AND LOUDON FIIO-
STUDIO, 810 Fa ave.
HE QUEEN OF BEERS'
19 ,uu ucabiu UJQ uia&ui,
Fresh, Salt and Smoked Moats, Poultry,
Game, Fresh Vegetables, Cbolco Fruits, oto.
610 ELEVENTH STREET, H W.
S, U. WHITE, STETiOOBArnKTt AND TIPE.
I. writer; contracts and specltloatlons ot
kinds at reasonable rates; apcoches. sor
mons, testimony, etc., accurately roportod.
A few pupils taken at moderate caargo, 1000
V at n w. Itoom 13.
QESD POSTAL CARD TO ELECTRIC STEAM,
p I Laundry, 1007 If It S , C.T. NUTZB.
pcniix DAini uracil noons,
Corner Eleventh and E strcots n. w.
E. W. STMONDS, Prop,
Breakfast from 7 to ll a. m.
Dinner from 4 to 0 30 p. m.
Meals to order. Lunoh at all boars.
All pastry home-mado.
Furnished Rooms bv tho day, week or month.
J-v n. touro's steam cabpet-cleaniso
:, and Renovating Works, Feathers runo-
vauxi, mattresses maue over, rurniture.i
steamed and moths-destroyed. 1122 Pa avo4-
n w. Factory, comer ot otn and K ets g o.
ENORATED PLATE, Sit PR1.M1HO 50
' visiting curds from same, 45o; printing
100 visiting -cards from tho same, 7So; litho
graph check books made to ordor.
r J. L. KEKVAND. 1012 Fa. avo n w.
-TIlrtST.CLASS HEALS FOR 23C.rRELVS
J J International Dining, and Lunch Rooms,
ii40Iftaven 'w. Hoard and rooms, 81 and
81.60 per day,
.t room 22, St. Cloud Building.
XJ tailor. uo ai stnw.
Ktirlris atvles Just
received. Suits from, $20 upward, Oloanlhg
and repairing -In tha best manner.
rilllOMAR IL'filTX t, CO.
JL (Successors to McOIll Ss Wltherow),
", irRINTERS AND STEREOTYPERS,
1107 E Street NT W. - WasblngtbniD.O.
rp 0. rOlKlHHOB!-,
Book, Jph, nnd 'Postar Printer.
00 AND 034 D STREET -NORTltWEST.
1 i Near corner Seventh street.
i i n r r r 1 1 -. -. .
Jjl MOUNT VERNON 1
. STEAMER, W. W, CORCORAN ,
Leaves 7th tt. Wharf dally, (oxoept Sunday)
fori MOUNT VEItNON
At 3.0 o'clock a. m ; roturnlng, rcachos Wash-
Inrrton about 3 3lp,m.-
Wo thank (ho publlo for thelrllboral patron
ago during tbo last year, and will contlnuoto
fnrnish tho best meats and provisions In tbo
market In this city, and by so doing will ex
pect a continuance of your support. Motto
"rb Best Goods at tho Lowest Trices. Mar
kctlng delivered free.
8. L. WILtETT & B. B. QWYNNK.
JAS. D. DONNELLY,
Corner 11th and I tts. N. W,
For tho Lenten Season-SrECIALi
Du Roll. Olives, Peas, Deans, Mixed Vogo
tablos, Asparagus, Artlohokes and Welsbadon
Iroserves: In glass, Pate do Folo GraS; Croas
& Dloekwoll's Jams and Plokles, P. J. Rlt-
tei's Flno Conserves, Smokod Salmon and
Smoked Halibut, 200 pound; Canned Lobster,
Shrimp and Salmon, Whitman's Flno. Candy,
Besscdo Flls, Chocolate, Extra Quality of
Catawba Wlno. 81 per gallon; Maryland Club
Rye Whisky, 81.50 per gallon; champagnos
by (he case or I
JAS, D. DONNELLY,
1 lth and 1 stsn w.
Has In stock a full lino ot Carpeting, all
grades Oilcloths. Cocoa -and Straw M&ttfngi.
Also latest styles In Wall Poper, Window
Shades and Curtain Goods, Who Window and
Door Screens. ,.
TO THE NOltTH, WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
Double Track. SptendUt Sccniry.
BUtUlattfr MafaWtot Equipment
lit Ernstrr Novzunitn 10, 1887.
2Valn :r Washington from Station, Corner
For rittsburgahd tho West, Chicago Umllod
Aiiirrsa ui iiiihco oicoping uars at lj.no a
clnnntl and St, Louts, with sleeping cars
from HnrrlstrargtoClnomnntl andbuffat
ui unuyirnoi-ijwin unnn anuy to cm
cor to 8U l)Ula; dally, except Saturday, to
Chicago, -with aloeplng ear Altognato Chi
cago. Western ExprcsBat8:10pTfl dally.
With Bleeping cars Washington to Cul
rngo and fit. Iiuls nnd (oxcept Saturdays)
Harrlsbure to Clovcland, connecting
dally -at Hnrrlshnrg with through sleep
ers for Louisville nnd Memphis, raolflo
Exprcsf. 10 pw dally, forJ.'lttbnrg and
tho Wett wllh through sleepers to Pitts
burg and Pittsburg to Chicago.
llALTlMOnn AND TOTOMAO ItAlLTtOAD.
For,JCrIo, Canandalgua, rtooLostor, Uuffalo,
Niagara, 10 p m. dally except Saturday
with palacocars Washington to Itochostor.
For Wllllamsport, Lock Haven andElmlraat
OJ50 am dally ctcopt Sunday,
For Now York-nnd the Bait. 7r20. 0, 11 and
llflO am, 2. 4-10, 10 nnd 11SO p m. On
SundnyjOi 11-10 am, 3,400, lOand 11-20
pra. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
and pining Cars 0.40 a m dally except
Sunday, and 0-4Hpm dally.
For Boston without cnAngo 3pm ovory day.
For BrookIyntN.Y., aU through trains connect
nt Jersey Cltt With boats of Brooklyn An
nox, nffordlnic dlrcot transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding, doublo, ferrjago across
Now York city.
For Philadelphia. 126.96.36.199 and UMOam,, 1,
4!10, tr.'io and ll!20-p m. On Snnday.'O,
Limited Exjiress,, parlor and dining now,
0 40 am weekdays and .1.-13 pm dally.
For Baltimore, 0.nn, 7.-20, U, o 40. o 60, 11
nnd 11:40 am. 12 05, 2,3,40,4:10,4 20,
4-40, o, 810. 10 nnd 1120 pm. on Sun
day,!), o on,o no.iifio am, 2,0.40, 4:io,
0, 8.10,10 and lli20t)rai
For rqpo'a Crook Llne 7r20 a m and 4:10
pm dally except Snndayr
For ADnapolls, 70 and Oft m.lOOO, 4'20
and Opm dally except Sunday . Sundays,
Oa m and 4:10 pmr
ALEXANDRfA ANO lTtEDEllIOltsnima
RAILWAY AND ALEXANDBIA AND
For Alcxnndrln, 0. a!i5,Bl0,n.4'-,i0 57 a ra,
12tTi00n, 2 05, 4S5, 5, 0-01.' ll.3C',8-00t
105and'1137 pro. On Sunday at O,
1)47. 10 07 a m. 2i30, 0.30,' 80" and
10 05 pm.
Accommodation lor Quantlco, S p rn. weok
For Richmond and tho South, 0, 10.57 nra
dally and o 01 pm dally except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washlngton.-01)5
TJOn, 8, D.IO, 10 in, 11-37 a m, .lflO, 3,
U-188.8.131.52A5, 0.3ia04a.aml 11.-05 p
m. Onsunday at o-io nnd 11107 a m,
2, 0:10, 7-05. 0.32 and 10 12 pm.
Tickets and information at the offlco.Tiorth-
cast corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avcnuo, and at- tho station, whero orders can
bo left for tho chocking of baggago to destlna-
Won from notels tujel residences.
CHAS.-K. rUGH, J.n.!WOODv
General Manager. GP, A-
BalUrqpra anat Ohio Jlallroad.
Schedule, in effect Nov, 20. 1887.
Xcaro Washington from, station corner ot.
How Jersey avenue, and o street;
For Chicago and, Northwest, express dally
Tor Cincinnati and St, L,
2 SO ftnd.Il.-10 n. m.
Louis, express doll;
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express dally
10.00 a. m. nnd 8.40 n..rn-
For Laxlngtou AndXocal Stations, tR 40a. m.
For Fhlladolphla. NowaTk and Wilmington,
7Wa.m.v2.30 land 6.05 -p.m. dally, ex
press, .For Intermediate points 'between Baltimore
1 andrhllailolphla, -13.00 a. m.and tUJ5
wor Blngcrlyana Intermediate points, tl 00
ForBaltlmoro, 5.00, ORO, O40, 7.00, 8 30,
0.60 a. m 12J0, 2 35, 3.15, (40-ralnntB
train). 3 30, 4JO,vllO, 0.30, Xi J.5. 0.40,
7.30, 8 35 and 11.00 'p. m, Sundays,
0 80. 7.80, 8 30, 1)60 a. m., 1.00.2.35,
8.00, 4.40, C.30, 5.00, OAO. 8.05 and 11.30
For Annapolis, 0 40 and 8 30 a. m 12.10 and '
4.30pm. On Sundays. 8 80 am, 4.40 p
m. Lcavo Annapolis 040,8.30 am, 12.05,
184.108.40.206 pra. Sundays, 8.30-ara, 4.10
p. m. '
For Way .Stations .between Washington and ,
. unitimoro, o.oo, u 40, 8 TO a. ro., 12 10,
li.uo, 4.40, 0.45 and 11 30 p ra. On sun
days, 8.80 sijn, 1,00,30, 440, 0.45 and.
For Btatons,on the Metropolitan Branch.
-t0 35am,8.40am,t4 top tn, for prin
cipal stations only; !S1.10 -pmand da.3U
) p m. (On Sundays stori at all stations.
-For Galfhcrsbnrg nnd. Intermediate points,
10 30 a m. tl2 30 p m. 'O-OS. tlliO p ra.
.For Boyd's and Intcrmedlata stations, 17 p
m.. iiooopm. .
Church train leaves Washington on Sunday
only at 1.10 p. m , stopping at all sta
tions on Metropolitan Branch.
For Frederick, iBAo am, 12.30 p m, 13 30 p.
m. Sundays, 1.10 p. m.
.For Hagcrstown. 18 40 a m and 15 30 p m.
'Trains nrrlvo from Chicago dally O 20 a m ana
0.45 p ra; from Cincinnati and St. ),oul
dally (120 am and 2 25 p rat from Pitts
burg daily 7.20 a m. 5 15 p m.
(From Fhlladolphla. Chester and Wilmington.
10.4t. a m.'iaO, 7.10 and 0.30 p m dally
J and 11.50 p;m.
From slugerly and Intermediate points north
of Baltlmoro, 10 a, ra. dally.
Trains leave Baltimore for Washington at
5.10. 0.25. 0 30. 7.20. O. 0 03. 10 O. mi
1216.1.30.O.-4.1O. 0? 0, 0 30, 730, 8 3
and 11 p. m. On Sundays, 0.30, -7.20.
0.05,10 n.m I 1J10,1.05, 4.10, 0, 0.30,
ir. u.- u. u uui , j7. a nyr
v, a .hi anu 110.ru.
iccptBunday. 'Dallv. Sundays only.
liamzaao called for nnd checked at hotels
and .residences on orders left at ticket offices.
Git) and 1351 Pa. avo.
Wj M. CLEMENTS, C. K. LORD,
Macagerf Gen. Pass. Agent,
l s ' -r
J BOTtEDTJL'Ii JN'EFFECT FEB12. J888.
fljcriu'mt jrast'Terujesiic-tjmalt dally for
, Lyaohbura- aed stations between "Alesnn-
KnoxvlllB, Itome, OaleravMontgotneryandK
, ton to New Orleans.
11.-21 a. ur. Fast man dariy.-for warren
, ton, CharlottesvIUe-, Gordonsvtlle-.Matlons)
1 ChesapeRke and -Ohla route,' Lynonburg,
Rooky 'Mount,. Danvllla and statlossbet
tween Lrnobhtirir'iand'DanvUle. Greens
Now Orleans. Texas and California. Pall
man sleeper New York to Atlanta, In con
lieotloDflrith Pollman sleepem Atlanta to
New Orleans, ajodilaruv boudoir aloepera
for Birmingham, Vleksburg'nnd Shreve
port. Pullman Bleeper Danvlllo to Co
lumbia and charlcston..Solld trains Wash-
Ingtonto Atlanta1 Does-not connect for
0. and O. route points Sundays,
, 3.35 p. nr. dally, exoept Sunday, for Manassas,.
0.00 p. m. wostern express dally for Wnrren-
vllle, Cincinnati -and BnnuncrTeiorts or
and near llrro-of- Chesapeake and 'Ohio
vllle, Cincinnati "alid Bnirmic
mf- i,nn-nr- u mnnras
Pullman Sleepers and solid trains-
Washington to Louisville; .also for Lynch-
tlo Rook and all Southwestern points.
Through Pullman Sleepers Washington to-
Memphis witboutr change. ,
ll.oop.in.flontiicrn express dally for Lynch-1
bnrg DanTlHonole!ghi AshevUlo, .cnor-,
lotte, Columbia, Aiken. Augusta, Atlanta.
Montgomery, Nowj Orleans Texas nnd
CaUfornJa. Pollman Sleepers Washing
ton to Now Orleans, via Atlanta uudt
Montgomery. lullmau Sleepers Washing
ton to Alkes, S. 0., without bhongo. ,
TRAINS ON WASm-NOTON" AN1J OqiO DI
iLcavo Washington 0.12 a. mi dally, except
Sunday and 4.45 p,tn,da!ly, arrive Rountl
Hill 11.48 o.m.ind 7,2lTp. m. return
ing, lesvoi Rouild Hill 5.50 a. m. daily
nd 1.120 p, m..daUy, oxoept Sunday, ar
riving Washington 8.00 a. to. and 3J55.
Thltingh trains frora'tha South via Charlotte.
Danville and Lynchburg nrrlvo In Wash
ington ft.10 a, rat and 8.23 p. m.; via Ease.
Tennessee, Bristol and LynoliburK, at,
11.13 a. m, and 0 10 p. m; ?la Chesa
peake and Ohio route aud Charlottesville,.
u 40 p. m. strasburg local 0.47 a. m.
Tlokets, Bleeping car Toservatlon and Infor
mation fumlshod and baggago cheeked at
vftlce, 1300 I'eunsyUanla avcnuo, and at
FoescngcrStatlon, Pennsylvania R. R., Sixth;
and U streets,
JAS. L. TAYLOR,
General Passenger Agent. ,
Chesapeake anil Ohio Routo,
(Newport News and Mississippi Valley Co.)
'schedule in effect Nov. it, 1887.
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth nnd lists.
10J37AM-For Newport News, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk. Dally except Sunr
day, Arrtvo IniJorfolk 7.40 p. ra.
11.24 A. M I'or stations on tho Choia-
' poako nndOblo in Virginia, Wtst Virginia.
and KentucKy dally, exoept Sunday,
sleenlns car Clifton Forgo to Huntington.
B.00 P, M. Fast. Western Express da
otaaatl; St, Louis, McmphU undNewOO
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