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THE EVENING- CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1884.
EEIKITS Of LACES,
VUlilto Spanish Lacos.
Black Spanish Lacos.
Cream Oriental Lacos.
Black Oriental Lacos.
Black Gulpuro Lacos.
Wash Lacos, Odd Fichus.
Rtichings, Slightly Soiled Collars.
.AT REMNANT PRICES.
Remnants of Hosiery.
49 PAIRS LADIES' SILK HOSE, full regular made, doublo heels
and toos, splondid value, in Light Brown, Old Gold, Bronzo, Salmon,
Electric Bluo, Crushed Strnwuorry, Light Groon and Cardinal; formor
prico $1 ; Remnant Prico, 75 conts.
8 PAIRS LADIES' BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE LISLE THREAD
HOSE, full regular mado, doublo Heols and toos ; former prico, 75
conts per pair ; Remnant Price, 50 conts.
Curiam Department Bemmmts.
I pair White Curtains, slightly soiled; formor prico, $7.50; Romnant
2pairsWhito Curtains, slightly soilod ; former prico, $6; Romnantv
I pair Whito Curtains, slightly soiled ; former prico, $5.50; Romnant
I pair Whito Curtains, slightly soilod; former prico, $3.75; Romnant
I pair Ecru Curtains, slightly damaged; former prico, $2.50; Remnant
1 pair Whito Curtains, slightly soilod ; formor prico, $1.50 ; Romnant
2 Marseilles Spreads, slightly soiled ; formor prico, $4.50 ; Romnant
10 pieces Scrim, throo different styles of fagotting; former price, 17c;
Remnant prico, I2c.
Remnants of Bleached and Unbloached Cottons.
Remnants of Bleachod and Unbloachod Shootings.
Romnants of Rod and Whito Flannols.
Remnants of Curtain Laces.
Remnants of Colored Canton Flannel, Remnants of Raw Silk.
Remnants of Cretonnes, Remnants of Scrim.
Third Floor-Take tho Elevator.
BSTFor Further Attractions aoo to-morrow mornlnrj's " Post " anil " Republican."
Woodward & Lothrop
OlSTDB PRICE 03STL"5T3
921 Pennsylvania Ave. 912 D Street.
Prices for the Summer that will Create a Great
Sale; it will be a Golden Opportunity
300 Seersucker Coats, $2.00.
300 Alpaca Coats, $2.00.
400 Linen Dusters, $1.00.
100 Seersuckor Suits; $6.00.
125 Sorgo Coats and Vests, $6.
200 Bluo Flannel Suits, $13.50.
2P.0 Twilled Silk
500 doz. Sinnmer;
300 very fine Laym Tennis Shirts,
Business Suits, $10, $12, $15.
AII aro invited; no ono should neglect to visit our store and ex
ino tho Bargains wo offer this vyook. It will fully repay tho oxponso
and, trouble for poopio to como 50 miles to take advantage of this
Iicretoforo unparalleled said of Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Uxcelsior Clothing House,
Boston DryGoods House
150 doz. Gauzo Undershirts, 38c.
100 doz. Joan Drawors, 45c.
100 doz. Dross Shirts, $1.00.
200 doz. Fancy Half Hose, 25c.
50 doz. Balbrig'n Undershirts, $1,
50 doz. Baluriggan Drawers, $1.
Scarfs, 8 for 25c.
THE EVENING OR1T10.
KBTAI1L18IIKD AUGUST IPCS'
Tho (pedal bullottn Issued from tho signal
Ofllco to-day enjsi
Fair woollier la Indicated lor tho Upoor
Mississippi Vulley, Tounosseo, tho Ohio Val
ley and lower into region on Friday.
THE WOniHlHO NEWS,
J.ornl nml tieucrn
'Iwr.KTXMietthfc discount on clothing
enrlv $1,000,000 worth of lumbor was
aestroycu ny a nro in -ioiouq, unio, yestoruay.
Owing to tho Improved methods of Irri
gation, nn unuuall)r abundant cotton crop la
Lgypt is expected. ,
Tbo London 1'all Mall Gmdte says that
rrnnco and Portugal bavo concludod a secret
treaty against China.
Mib. Mary T. Holablril. wlfo oftlioQdsr-terroaster-Ocncrul,
died at her resldonco, 1311
1' street, yesterday attcrnoon alter a lingering
Mr. Carr, of C09 Twolftli strcot, whllo
running to catch n street-car at II and Boun
dary Btroots, last ovonlnir, tell and sovcroly In
jured her left leg.
Philip Hamilton, tho youngest sou of
Oeneral Alexander Hamilton, who was killed
In a duel with Aaron llurr, died atrough
kccpslr, N. Vn yesterday, aged 82.
When General Sheridan roaches Kox
bury 1'arSt, Mats., on his way to Join his family
at Manchester, n publlo reception nnd mili
tary demonstration will bo tonderod him.
At Rcnlson, Texas, yostorday, Joo Kuntz
shot bis divorced wlto twlco In front of a Cath
olic priest's residence, of which tho woman
wos bousckcoper. Kuntz then kilted blnnelt.
V. I.. Lamb, n member of tho Arm of
Charles i:. IshorwOod & Co., proprietors or tho
Buckeye Tobacco Works, at Toledo, Ohio,
wsb fatally shot by a burglar yostorday morn
ing. Tho keys of tho building recently crcctod
for tho reflet of destitute colored womon nnd
children were turnod over to tbo prosldont,
Mrs. A. H, roraoroy, by tho Commit sionors yes
terday. Tho proposed protest by tho Ambassadors
In Forls agutnat too French national tote, for
learotspteadlug tho cholera, has boon aban
doned because ot tho opposition of tbo British
Slxtythrco children started fiom Now
York yesterday for a two weeks' vacation at
Eeravllle, Oraud lslo and Sputa Iloro Isle. Tho
oipcusea aro defrayed by tho Now York Tri
bune fresh-air fund.
Yesterday's session of tho Amorlcair.
Dtillnlnnlfiiil lasnnUMnn jit llannitaH M i.V
A UIIVJVlblil SQUaiatVU T UUUV I VI(4rU,
was devoted to tho readftg of paflMrrby Pro'
feseorMlnton Warren, AtUtMRvVro, Ud.t aud
Professor L. D. BajmumffTHaTf Hivon.
TWENTvriTT3icousT on clothing at
prrgnjU4nJUf Bcvcnra strooi.
o District I)omocrat3 nro ileliiihtod
over tbo succeed ot Mossrs. Dickson and
Wright In securing recognition ot tbo volco ot
tho District In tho Chicago Cunroutlon, and
will perfect arrangements for u demonstra
tion and roceptlou lu honor ot tho dolegatos
on their return.
A meeting was hold at McUuuloy's Hall,
Cnpltol II11I, yesterday, for tbo purposoor in
dorsing General Hosecrans lor nomination at
Chicago. Mr. J. W. Beurles nnd Ilea Wright
wcro eiecieu cnainuuu ouu secretary, nua
resolutions Indorsing Itosccrans were tolo
graphed to Chicago,
Mr. Jcsco 11. Wilson, rccolvor of Squlor's
bank, began yesterday to settlo up the affairs
ot tho concern. Uo will, as soon as possible,
remove the papors and books to Ills oOlce,
closing tho bank and thereby saving to tho
creditors tho exponso ot paying rant for an un
Captain K. D. Garrlty yostorday found
tho body ot an unknown whito man In tbo
river about a mllo below Indian Mead, Tho
deceased was quite tall, and had tho nppoar
onco of having been In tho water several
weeks. I'rom papors found on him It was in
ferred that ho was a Journalist.
Tho paper of J. Do Kovlra Co., commis
sion merchants, Now York, wont to protest
Tuesday night. The firm was ratod from
&!0O,COO to $000,000. Mr, II. Do Ilevlra says
It can hardly bo called a failure Tho Urm
woro largo importers ot Bugar and largo ox
porters to Cuba. Messrs. Do Ilevlra b Co,
utoto tho suspension Is but temporary. Tho
Utm lias on band over fl ,000,000 worth ot
produce, mostly sugar and hemp,
Tho Nationals liavo won live out of tho
last six games tbey bavo playod. In their
game with tbo Oinclnnatls yesterday they
ecored another victory before the largest audi
ence that has assomblod on their grounds dur
ing tho season. Bradley, the famous pitcher
ot tho visitors, did good and erfoctlva work,
but Voes proved blmeelf ovon moro offectlvo.
Tbo best catch ever mado on tho grounds was
maus uy aioorc, wno ra
jumping irom tno ground,
fly In one band. Tho scon
l to 1, lu favor
ot Ibo Nationals,
Twenty petrtrtT dl:
nt on clothlnr?
at SprnnsjrCu7 Sovonth street.
AsYTendly complaint was mado la a
Brooklyn, N. Y., court yoaterday, for the pur
pose of testing tho law in tho premises against
r. II. McLaron, a manufacturer ot oleomarga
line, ot Brooklyn. For tbo detonso It was
claimed that tho material mado and sold by
the dotondantwas properly labeled, and that
ob no deception bad been practiced In the salo
ot oleomargarine tho complaint could not bo
sustained. Tbo Court, bowover, nnod tbo de
fendant tlOO or six months' lmprlsonmont.
An appeal will bo takon. ?
corner ot FIttcentljUtMtand Now York, nvo
hue, recelvestwrrsHtlt silverware, bonds and
all sortsabiffiiiauJKi finings on special deposit
Tho following transfers ot real ostato wero
nied'or record July JO with tho Itecordorjot
Deeds, as reported exclusively to Tax cnino
by J. F. Olmsteadi
Connecticut avenue, cirnor ot 8 street, GS
8-100 front, through t Twenty-first street,
80 81-100 feet front, sublets SM and 21; Con
necticut avenue, botweon It and 8 streets, 21
feet front, through to Twenty-first etroet, u:i
reel front, eublot'-!7, all in equaro 02,Martln I'.
Morris et al., to ltlcbard T. Merrick-, nominal.
Thirteenth stroet west, betwoen U and 1' ets.
rorth, square 251, part ot lot 21, 23x00 toot
Clinches, Edwin 11. King to Caleb O. Wlllard:
8quaro357, sublot '18, John T. Armes to
John S. ITioli $1,000. '
M street soutb, between Now Jersoy avonuo
and Flrsttreet east, equate 7-1U, partot sub
lot 11, 125x100, John B, Uutchlna to Bohort II.
It street north, botweon Ninth and Tenth
streets went, squaro UW, sublot IB, QOxOO,
Tbo Cltlzona' Building Company to John A,
L etrpet south, between Third and Fourth
Btreets east, equaro 800, suhlota 8 and 0, D2x
101 11-12, Jacob 0. Bright to Wm, A. Ooopn
$280; all Interest. .
fiama property, JobnU. Hutchinson to Wm,
A. Coopcrt lOOOi all Interest.
Same property, Michael, E. Bright to Wm. A.
Massachusetts avonuo. botweon Boventoonth
and Eighteenth stroota west, equaro Jf8, sub.
lots an and no, SS'a by doptu, lamos II. 1'ayno
to Mlcbaol.Mcuonpugbi M,W0.
Columbia Heights, loVl', blookSl, John Snor
man, trustee, to B.C. Lovelpyi 91,883.02.
Iifilngham l'laco, lots 1, 2, U, 18, 10 and 20,
block 21, James B, Johnson to the United
Kfllugham I'lace, lot 7, block 12, Otis r, Fros
brey to the United Bratesi 1,38D.
Meridian Illll, lot 21, block 12, Hall and
IUvane' subdivision. Charles O. Duncanson to
Fred W. Btonoi $727.7-1.
Meridian Hill, lot 10, block 10, and lot 1,
block 22, Charles 0, Duncansou to Bllza J.
meriuian inn, lot a, diock Jl, 101-.J1 uiook
12, and lot 8, block 0, Charles C, Duncausoalo
Abram I', l'ardoni 'L'lT,.va,
Meridian Hill, lot 1, block S, Charles o.Dun-
caosnn to Aoram r. raraonanu jaa.u.uurti!
ruroS-year-oldcort wlniilmajB from tho
Virginia seedling graupantTiib just arrlvod a
line lot otLondoiujjdffPQrt.llls raspberry and
blackborry nciKTCcommendod by physlalaus
foreuioniiOWinpIalnta. Oetlt at tbo Native
WlnArftpot, no, oil Hovonthetreot northwest.
At Ibo annual session of tbo Oraud Lodge ot
Odd Fellows ot this jurisdiction on list ovou
lug tho following grand ofilcors woro electodi
M. D. Monies, grand masteri 0. I'. Crandoll,
deputy grand master: William 1. Alton, grand
warden: Iter. 1, Hall 8weet, grand socrotiry
(reelected); J, A, B, Hspoy, grand troasuror
(ro-elocted)t M. D.Bralnard, represonHtlvo to
Boverclgn Orand Lodge for two yeirs (ro
" Alileriv5S)alry Smwbiin,
Fresh Alaernoy RilprrfflTOlad every morn
ing and deltverooyfcfcfflH'Ward" prints, J5o.
perls. AlsojieraH hooso, buttermilk and
fweot ajpfviS, per at. Cream 16c. per pint.
John Kllek was taxed $25 by Jurtgo
Bnell this morning lor selling beer on Sunday,
A BBRIOUS ACCIDENT,
Whereby Twol.ndlen Wcro HctioiiRly
Avery serious accident occurred last oven
log about bait-past 0 o'clock. A borso and
buggy driven by a protty young la Jy of about
twenty years ot ago was coming down Tenth
street Just abovo Now York avenue norlhwost.
Thcro was In tho bugcy also a stout lady of
nbout forty years. Tho elder lady was Mrs.
Julia H. Bbrstt, of Now York. Tho younger
lady was Miss Maggie Furcell, a variety ac
tress, also ot Now York.
They aro stopping whllo heront 021 Penn
sylvania avenue. The borso looked to bo au
unusually leibargle animal. Just beforogot
ting upon New York avenuo tho young lady
gave a Jerk with tho reins, which acceloratod
ibo horse's speed n little. Huddenly coming
around tho cornor,nlong New York avenue,was
ft heavy one-horse cart. Tho young tidy
pulled up to allow It topaes. Wbon sho thought
tbo cart was safely by sho started her borso
Unexpectedly tho animal In tho hoavycart
becked. Tho cart was lunged right upon tho
hotso attached to tbo buggy. Uo became
'lightened, nnd broke Into n run, Tho ladles
screamed, and pulled wildly and unevenly at
Ibo reins, Tho borso turnod suddenly. Tho
buggy was turned over to tbo left. Both ot tho
occupants wcro thrown vlolontly to tbo
ground. Four genllemen rushed to tho scene,
and picking them up, took tbom to Air. Cis
tern drug store, which was but a tow rods dis
tant. Tbo rldor lady was perfectly frantic. Sho
did not know whero sbo was. Sho was, how
over, perfectly convinced that sho was fatally
Injured. Bbowas badly cut nbout the two
and head. Tbo younger lady had also ro
eelved eevcro bruises about tho forohoad and
eyes. Sbo was much excltod, calling wildly,
Doctorn rattorson, Marshall and Slow camo
In. Ibeyatlendcd tno Injured ladles as best
they could. Tho ambulance was sent tor and
Ibcy were, after tomporary treatment, takon
to their lodgings, No. 021 Pennsylvania nvo
nue. Last night Dr. Janitor also attonded tho
cldetly lady Dr. Toner was called lu this
morning. Dr. Bliss was also sent for. Mrs.
Bpralt telegraphed for her physician, Br. Mo
Cue, ot New York, who will arrlvo to-night. It
haebccnlmposslblo to tell exactly In what
way sbo Isjnjurcd. Bho Is greatly afraid that
eho will never recover. A tumor adds to her
complications. Her recovery seems to bo very
'8bo toys that threo other ribs aro brbken
for sho can feel them grating togother. Her
left shoulder, sho says, Is also Irnctured. Tho
young lady was ablo to bo about to day though
berbcad and oyos aro vory badly brulsod.
Bho told The Clinic roporter that eho could
not tell whether tho carl that backed Into her
buggy was driven by a whito or black man, As
coon as tbo driver saw bor liorso start ho
whipped bis animal Into a run nnd disap
peared. Her horso went to tbo stablo without oven so
much as a bridle on blm.
Kronitlit Out lu tlio Trlnl of Itnr
rouirliN ami ICImk-
When tho Criminal Court, convened this
rtornlng tbo second caso against Oeorgo It.
Burroughs aud l'rodonck King, lu which they
wcro charged with tbo larceny ot a quantity
ot umbrellas from Samuel A. Eonnody, was
called for trial.
Mr. T. J. Mackey, Ithoir counsel, said that
with tho eamo earnestness ho had defended
them yesterday ho advised them to plead
guilty to-day. Iln further eald in regard to
MKn Uarrovcr that ono ot tho defondant
wrotoheranote, but did not Btato la It that
ber testifying that Bho saw blm at tbo Avonuo
ThcAtro would eavo blm from going to tho
Mr. Mackey said bo had not Boon tho young
lady nt nil until yesterday at tho ofllco ot Jus
tice O'Neal, whero bo was Introduced to hor.
Sho was very much agitated! said sho could
not Uetlfy that she saw Burroughs at tbo Dlmo
Museum, wringing ber hands hysterically,
nnd said sho could uot testify to what was not
true. Uo told her of courso eho could not tes
tify to what was not true. When ho camo lntq
court and etatod sbo was hysterical it was tho
fact, and Justice O'Neal would make affidavit
to tho correctness ot tho statomont which ho
Burroughs and King wero then arraigned
and pleaded guilty to thochargoot petit lar
ceny. JudgoWyllesentoucod thom to six months
In Jan for Iho latter orrense, nnd e.ic!i three
years lu tho Albany penitentiary for tbo caso
It would seem that this trial abounds In
strango developments, which Inquiry brings
out. On tbo trial ot tho houBobreaklug caso
acorgoMcNclrtcstined, as did his wits, Car
rie, tbatthoy wero married on 0 street, In this
city, on tho USth ot Juno ot last year. Mr.
Mackey, on croes-oxamluailon, prossod tho
parlies pretty bard on this point, but they per
sisted in Its being true.
To-day after thu prisoners had been sen
tenced tho marrlago record in tbo clerk's office
was examined, and It was round under tho
dato of Juno 20, 3883, that n ltconsn bad bson
issued to Ucorgo Wlllard, ot Baltimore, Md..
and Carrlo Stewart, of Illchmond, Va,, but
nono to Oeorgo McNelr and Carrlo Stewart.
Tho record falls to show any return of tho II
censo or the certification of tho minister that
tbo marrlago had been solemnized. Mr.
Mackey thinks this good ground upou which
to proceed to occuro a pardon, at the sauio
tlmo assorts that that bo shall lmvo McNolr
proceeded against for porjury.
Mr. J. It. Stewart, of Macon, Cla., a will
known and trustworthy gentleman, makorf tho
following statement! "My son, wno v.-aa bo
tween 3 and '4 years old, was all drawn up
with rheumatism. Ills bouea wero twisted and
ho was all doubled out of shape, xfo sutrorod
Intento pain, bad lost bis appetite, was cross
nndfrottul. IIowiu reducodtevtt mere skele
ton, and had to be rjirrlod abtfTit on a pillow.
As these csbcs ot rheojnatlsmfwhoro tho bono?
wero iwistea, ana tho-Jolntamers all crooked,
badforycara baniod Ibo skill ot tho most emi
nent phytlolans, I diiernslned to use Swift's
Specific as t had seoifitAtlmoutals from mon
whom I knew to bo (wfuatworthy, of Blmllar
cases it bad cured,
UBOd two laree Btzad
bottles ot 8, 8. H nc
the most sotlsfacto
lug to directions, with
esults. Sly son com-
menced improving' wll
iuo ursi aoso oi inn
diminished dally and"
medicine, ills euferlul
his nppetlto Inoreaseil
uo pocamo cneoriut
and In good spirits, arndually Ira regained
Iho ueoot blvltrabr. thoTwbuen bonus and
Joints straightened our, and in less than two
months ho was entli tli cured, and could walk
and get abit as well as any child ot his ago."
Treatleajon Blood and Bkln Diseases mailed
THE RjfcTPT Hl'I-Cll'in fid.. Drawflr ft Atlnntn.
Ob., IMfV.23d Bt. N.Y., and 1203 Chestnut
Oeneral Low Wallace, wbo has Just arrlvod
In Now York tor a two months' visit, sold to a
representative nt tho Hun Monday, Jn refer
ence to tbo Turkish womont "l'hoy aro tbo
most beautiful women In Buropo, or any whero
else, excepting, perhaps, in tbo Turkish
Heaven. Yes, 1 will except tbo American gtrl
it you wont mo to, but only through pure pa
triotism. Now, as to whothoror not they aro
Intellectual, 1 can't say. I have beon tnrco
years In Turkey, and I bavo novor spoken to
a Tutkleh woman In ray llfo, I ubould not bavo
done so oven woro I ablo to spoak tbolr lan
guage, which I am not. It Is Impossible tor an
luUdcl to speak to a Turkish lady and observo
thocoventlonalltles. Whon any man tolls you
bow bo had been In harorna Just youllston
with lntorcst, but don't you believe blm."
-jrjr A-uiui riiicciui nonce. y
In concquonco of tho accIdontJtifi
eieuiuur r.xeoisior, wo navo miiMrrnrrango
ments with tbo steamer Jan;63eley to stop
at l'lney Folnt l'rldayrUafrtll until further no
nce, -u J. i. uonnAcu as uo.
A J,'uiil Olicremiloii.
Itcrerebaiit navlbus altls
Occulta spolla. Juvmiif.
Old times thero wore when on tho MlddloSoa
Men looking from Coprl or I.a Yalotto
fiaw swlft-wlugod ships foam down tho waves
Bearing a flag that now ttioy must forget.
Tbo swarih Algerian fled trom l'roblo'a shot
That sent tho sturdy tribute ot tho West;
Tho Frenchman loarnod eomo things ho soon
And Eugland let bor naval dogmas rest.
Tbo shrinking blacks of many an Austral koy
Baw the bravo Essex with her captured Hoot,
And on the louo Marquesas' sullen sea
Tho meteor llag ot England In retreat.
Beside tho Dulllto and tbo Thundoror,
Tbo swift Cordelia and a hundred moro,
Wo eall in punts to agitato tho plunderer
Willi visions ot a rich defonseloso shnro.
Wo dress bravo men la Parlor's old rogalta,
To show his llag lu papor-cullar uhlhui
Orlm Eutope would Indulge lu Baturualla
At John Paul Jonos' tbuuder ou their lips.
Uh. Lord I wo look for somotblng that la better
Thau pent-up etateomen llkotho groit M. 0,
Who thinks Lis own particular river wetter
Aud rather mora Important than tho eon.
There is a world of flavors on tbo ooeau,
Ot garlic, Chill sauco and sauer-kraut,
Lime-Juice, rati lucre and many a namoless
Buppoce wo get tbo ceglo'n rations out I
For etme lino day the eoadogs transatlantic
May indogato for bones olt Bandy Hook.
Wo know Die Merrltnae ono drove us frantic
How would the Devastation's battery look
atJuvwin! b0 Boronib etroot
The steamer Excelsior arrived at Norfolk
yesterday morning In a distressed condition,
her walking-beam havlmrglven way and fallen
down Into tno machinery. Constdorabloottno
Iron work was torn away. Bdward HI ley, tho
engineer, was badly Injurod and had to bo
taken to Iho hospital. Tho Bxcelilor was
taken to Norfolk for repairs find, consequently,
did not arrive at Washington, this morning.
Tbo eolbred people on thd 'inland" woro on
Iho rampage yesterday. There wero tour ar
rests tor assault and battery.
As tho steamer Maltano Was off Potomaa
City yesterday nttornoon her ehalt ouddonly
broko In two just Inside tbo starboard paddlo
box. With tho other wheel nnd a tug sbo
managed to reach tho city. It will tako a
week or ten days to repair ber.
Tho Mary Wathlngton on ber way up from
Occoquan yesterday stoppod nt Marshall Hall.
rorn while, according to n provlous ongago
ment, to wait for eomo parties. This gavo rise
to tho rumor that ber machinery had gotten
out of order, which is not n fact. Tno Wash
ington will lenyo this afternoon on hor regu
Complaints aro mado that tho steamer Now
Armenia cannot bo dopondod on In the regu
larity ot Its trip to Lowor Cedar Point. It la
claimed that this morning a largo number
went to ber wharf, oxpoctlug to visit Lowor
Cedar Point, but had to glva upthotrlp, ai
tbo boat was chartered to tako n. party to Bal
timore. Tho Lower Codarrolntiparty conse
quently went down on tho Moseley to Monto
Occoquan Is popular this yoar. Tho Mary
Washington took down on Its last trip 720,
her full complement, and had to leavo many
on tbo wharf for lack ot room.
DniCE'a FINAL. EFFORT
To Prevent iho Kxccntlon To-inor-row
Ho AiipllcH for it Unbent Cor
IMifi nnd JuHtlco llntrncr UUinlasos
Another effort was mado to-day to securo a
roepltolntbocseoot Edward Brlco, convicted
ol tho murdor ot l'ntcr Washington, and who
Is sentenced Who boos to-morrow.
Mr. E. i', rbolps lato yostorday afternoon
applied tr) Justleo nagncr lor a writ of liaboas
Tho petition sets out that Brlco Is Illegally
del rived ot his liberty and lmprlsonod In the
District Jail by virtue ot n sontenco ot tho
Coutt in a criminal term on tho20tbot April,
"sentenced to bo hanged by tho neck until
dead within tbo walls of tho Jail ot tho ins
ula ot Columbia, betwoen 8 and 10 o'clock n.
in., on tho erst Friday after the adjournment
ot the next term ot tbo Oeneral Term ot tbo
Tho petitioner states that be Is advised nnd
verily believes that tbo sentence Is without
legal form, and void and without any prece
dent in law or In tho records ot tho count that
It Is uncertain and Indefinite, not specifying
n. particular day on wbtcb tbo execution
should tako place, and that tho sontenoo la In
violation ot section 8-15, Itovlsed Statutes, for
this District, which provtdoo tor a postpone
ments scntenco on application to i reason
able tetm beyond tho next ot tho court, not
exceedlug thirty aaysaftor the end ot such
term, and as the court closed on the fith Inst.,
tbo execution Is to tako place on the lltb.
JubIIco llagner dlrcctod the writ to Issue,
nnd mado tho eamo roturnablo beforo blm at
10 o'clock this morning. At that hour Warden
Crocker had tho prisoner In tho old Cllrjult
Court-room, ho having been brought from tho
Jail by Tom Johnson, one ot tho guards.
Meters. E. I'. Phelps and C. 8. Bundy ap
pealed for tho petitioner, aud District Attor
ney Worth Ington for the Government.
Mr. Phelps claimed that tbo prisoner should
lmvo reasouablo tlmo to prepare to moot tlio
sentence, and nothing less than fifteen days,
ho thought, could be considered reasonable,
and the Court had ns much right to nt tho day
beyond tho thirty days as to ill it an unroa
District Attorney Worthlngton said tbo
polnta now raised had boon arguod In tho
coutt lu Banc, npd ho contended that tho
ecDtcnco Imposed was tbo only ono which
could lmvo teen Imposed under tho etatuto
(section 8-1G, It. 8. U. 8.), for It was lraposslblo
lortho Judgoot tho Criminal Court, incases
nppoaled, to flx nUeflnlto day..
Mr. Bundy, in behalf ot tho prisoner, said
tbo writ wob not applied for for the purposo ot
defeating' Justice, but It tho man was to bo
hung It was that it should not bo dono with
undue haste. It was unreasonable to glvo tbo
man but "nix days lu which" to proparo, and
ho thought that as tbo Court bad It in his dis
cretion tbi co weeks moro ought to bavo beon
Tim rctltlim nituiilHSCd.
Justleo Uogncr dlBmlreed th potltloi, and
en nprcal wtis tal.cn. This Is tho course It
was anticipated would be takon, nnd tho
principal object Is to prevont tbo execution
Uxed tor to-morrow from being carrlod our,
but It is doubtful It tho effort will moot with
euicess, ob It Is stated that tho Exocuttvo has
declined to interfero lu the matter. Tho same
point taleed In tho petition was arguod boforo
tbo Court In Oeneral Term nnd there dls
ralscod, Itrlnll 1'rlccH In tlio ainrlcolH.
Meats Boot Blrloln,18C420c.tportor-house,
25SC0c; rib-roast, lD20c; cornod beof,
8lCc; chipped, BOc.i boot tongue, BSgOOcs
veal, 15(a'25c.i breast, lBc.t loin, 20c.t
bacon, 105512a.: mutton, 125318c:
pork, 12tfc; ausago, ViHcx hums, 10c; cut
hams, 18c.i shoulders, loc.t lard, l'.'.'frc; soup
ments, 8a?10c; beet liver, 10c, lb,; spring
laran, lowue. v 10.
FISH. Hock tlBli, largo, 1055250. V lb: do.,
small, OOCii70o. V bunch i weak nsh. 15b.
v lb: halibut, 20c. V lb porch, 03o. V
buncbi bluo-lleb, 15c. V lb.; sbeophend, 20c,
V lb,; haddock, lOc.t black bass, 15c: sal
mon trout, 20c: pike, 10c; catfish, 10c;
eels, 10c. each: codfish, 12Vic; green
Folmon.dOc: sturgeon, Bo. V.lbi lobsters, 15c.
V lb; yellow perch, 25c V bunch; clams, 10;.
doz; Bpaulsh mackorol, 20c. lb.
I'huitc. Lemons, 25o. V doz.; cocoa
nuts, 10C.212C: bananas, 20JTH0C. V doz.;
citron, 5(a;l0crerapc8,tj0cperbni; Malagas,
dOCoOOc. V w.i oranges, lOSCOOe. V doz.t
gooBoborrlee, Om8c. V quart; peaches, 10c V
boxt red raspborrles, 15c V qt.; buckle
borrles, ICc: blackberries, 8c: apricots,
2 v pu.; piums, uuc. v nox; currauis, xua,;
Butteb anu Unas. Philadelphia print,
dOc.i creamery, U3M 10c; frosli rolls, 2550
U5c.t eggs, COC. V doz.; choose, lRfli)20o. V m.
FotJLTnv.'-BprlnB chlckeuo, BUcCaiJlS, V
pair; old fowls, 751.23 V pair: ducks,
21.OOl,B0 V pair; ducks, live, ll-23 V
VlOETAnbra. Bcots, fMXglOe. V pock; let
tuce, ojUOc:: potatoos, 40o. V pock;
cabbage, 10lBo.t carrots, KSMlOc. V pk.;
leeks, 6c. V bunch; onions, tlOMlOc. V nk.t
chlccory, lOe.V bunch t caullaowcr, 75cwl
cacln poppers, 10c. v doz: celery,
10(5!15c; equash, Be. V lbj pumpkins, 6c.
V lb i turnips, lB25c. V pk.t egg
plants, 25(iSOc; cucumbers, fie. each; rad
ishes, Cc, V bunch) oystor plants, fie;
early rose potatoes, COo. V pk.: tomatoes,
76c. Vpk.t Bermuda onions, 10c. V pint box;
asparagus, 16o.CXl V buuchi string beaus,
2Uc V pk. i green peas, UOe. Vpk.; rhubarb,
BffilOc. V bunch: wax beans, 23c. V pk.;
green corn, 25c. V doz.
CANNED 0001)8. Boston bakod boons,
lBc.t apricots, 1B20o.i Bartlett poars,
10C!,20c.i tilnoapple, 20c; tomatoes,
lOo.; corn, loo.: peas, 10c: poaches, 155j)
20o.i string beaus, 15c
l'nuNcu candies, 25c. V lb ; mlxod, 20o.
OAltE. Philadelphia chickens. 20c V
u"wooucocu, o.rjuvn,ii r uoz,
, Uy covers, only Bo.
WILL OPEN THUllSDAY MOUNINO 00
rialnand Fancy Stripes, at 5 cents.
60 pieces Figured Lawns, 5 cents.
Ui pieces Organdy Lawns, yard wide, 10s.
Yard-nldo India Linen, 8;o 101, He, 12)(c
Crochet Couuterpanes, CO cents.
Table LlneDS, ISO.. t5o., !0c. aqd 80c
Turkey lied Table Linen, 43 conts.
41 Inches wide Nuns' Veiling, 30 cents.
Worsted Dress Poods, 12;; cents.
Children's IIw,c, no seams, 13 cents,
Ladles' Balbilggan Hose, uo scams, 25 cents.
Dent's Half-Hose, no soams, 21 cents.
Opening New Patterns In Brussels and
C3C Ponna. Avenue, South Sfdo.
KEAIt OENTIlU MAUK1CT.
Loco and linen celrfB
cacii, at greiujscTHiorpi iuu neventn street
In tho accident on tho Virginia Midland
Hollwoy yesterday Engineer Butler was quite
badly though not seriously injurod. Brako
man Walker Jonoe, 01 this city, was also quite
Bomo oxcltement was caused at the wharf
yesterday afternoon by tho falling ovorboird
otn boy named Robert Pitts. Tno boy had
been chased by Captain At Fair, ot tho steam
rug Brewcrton, to whom Fltts had beon lnso
lenr. Tho boy wos taken totbOBtatlon-house,
but was released till to-day.
A crowd of 1)0 js wero boforo tho Mayor last
night for disorderly conduct nt tho Wllkos
street tunnel. Thoywcro dlsmlsiod ntior be
OwlDg to tho falluro, o tbo appearance ot
tho Washington Club no gamo of baseball was
played in this city yostorday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. l'hlltp Letterman aro visiting
at tho resldonco ot Alderman Henry Strauss.
Mies. Cora Cox, daughtor ot Mr, Charles Cox,
has gono to Oulpoper on a abort visit.
The second Ward Ilopubllcan Club has
elected Mr. John Crllly prosldentt IIonsn
Dudley, vlco-prcsldent, and Scott Butler, sec
rotary. Tbo schooner Fanny arrlvod hero yostorday
morning loaded with lumber. Tho Fanny was
sunk lu tho lower river last week, but attor
eomo trouble was raised,
Bj tbo breaking of tbo machinery ot tho
steamer Excelsior, when otr l'lney point on
Wednesday night, Englnoor Riley, ot this city,
was qulto badly injured.-
The ltccliictlon In Vtitm
has affected our tnJIojInR jjaflfl'lmont In tho
same proportion of tjJjjHfltay-mado. Wo aro
making pants tnfjfMViM, M and fO: former
price, is, iOgtfirif, llsoman Bros., cor. 7 & E.
m0f' Tlio Slennicorle.
An Omaha dlmo museum had a young ole
pbant lied to a otaka in front ot tbo tent, which
was lettered hugely, 'OreatMonagorlo.'Thoso
wbo cntorcd found a trilling collection
of not remarkable objects, anlmato and Inani
mate, but no beasts or birds. "Whero's tho
mcnfiserlot" was asked. 'Outsldo." was tho
roply."Thoolophnnt's tho menagerie, now.
muca u yo warn lor ion couisi
corner ot Flflcei:
d p. m. Call aud
The 6-reat Slaughter
If you don't buy Bargains now you never will.
Read our Frlces.
1,000 Flno Coburg Plccatlltllcs at20o.
1,000 Small and Medium Capo Mays at
5,000 Elegant Trimmed Hats nt 25c.
5,000 Fine Leghorn Hats at 25c.
3,000 Plumes at 50, 75 and 99 conts.
Thousands of Bunches of Tips at 37, 50,
75 cents and $1.
lUbbons, Flowers, Batlns, Bilks, Laces and all
styles of Hats and Bonnets bavo got to go.
No stock to be carried over.
Elegant Black EnglishTreblo Crape
33 ptr cent, less tbnn market value.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL AT
814 Sovonth St. Northwest.
IT WILL PAY YOU.
4I6 Soventh St. Northwest.
MES. SELMA RUPPERT,
008 Ninth St.. Opp. l'atont Otllco,
Opened a Largo Assortment of
PLAIN AND KMBIIOIDEHED
Which w bo sold at oe-tblrd their original
1911 ELEVENTH; BT.60UTIIEA6T.
Millinery & Fancy Goods
710 MAHKKT BI'AOE- 710.
HOSIERY a Specialty
NINTH AND P HTIIKKTB'
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
QXG -A-?Sri3 SIB VTH ST.
The Urcaleot inducement ever oflered to tko
cltUeusol WanhlUKton to furnlahthelt homes bya
sbjsU outlav orcasb and the balance I u easy weokly
or inontbly payments. Wo bavo the largest and
best assortment of goods and the lowest prlooiof
any house lu tho city. Our Stock comprise a full
Chamber Furnlturo & Parlor Suites,
Carpets, Mattlnrjs, Oil-Cloths, Rugs,
Children's Carrlarjes, Rofrlaerators,
Pier and Mantle Glasses, C(ooks, &.o
GrOBin'slsthe Larseet Installment Furnlturo
and Carpet House hi the United Watcn (formerly
tho Hlnk, on
Call beforo purchaslnk elsewhere and savo
I Unto DciituwrrTbin
Ih enxafl!hd Now
TO THE KOIVTll, WEST AM S0BTH1TEST.
DOUBLE TKACK. BPLKNDID 8CENE11 Y.
IN K1TKOT JULY U 18I. r
THAINHLICAVKWAblllNO'lON, from Station
corner 01 Sixth and II strceti, m follows:
For Pittsburgh and the West, Clilcsfo Limited
5T"5 ?' ,,lco Bleeping cirs at BM
A. id. dstlyt fat line, .0A. M. dally, mtu
BIcepInu Cnrsfiom jnrrUburir to Clue nnatli
Western Eprein, 7,40 P.Jf. dally, wiib Tpalaco
Cftts to l'liubufthj also connecis daily lor jut.
nuo. Willi tileeprnK Car l'ltubumU to Chlcaeoi
Wall Express. Sit if M. dally Irl'lltUurR 11 atui
DALTIMOUK A POTOMAC KAILUOAD.
Tor Erie. Canandalgua, Ilochealer, Duflalo. Nla 1.
n.atlftW p. m. .tally clceps fcuurSay.'wItV
l'alnco Cars from V nafilnjitou to llochulrr niS
Wssblnmoii to DuDalo. 'Irala ljivln Wmu?
JtiKtonon Baturday night will not ru bj""a
I'or Wtlllamsport, Look Haven and Elmlra nt
0.40 A.M. daily except Kundny. '""rn, at
rorlNew Yok nnd the Knst,7:15and 8.S0A. it..
11 A. 21., if, 4, JO and 11.1. p, M. Oil Bui day
4tO.I0.) niidll.UP. M. Limited jcxmms of
l'nllmnn Parlor Cars, 1). 10 A. H. dally oxceut
For lluaton, without cliariie, 2.10 P. M. every
week dyt on Sunday, I P.M. ..
rorlirookljM.N. Y., nil through trains connect
at Jersey City with boats of llrouklyn Aonex.
ntloruli.c direct irnnslcr to Pulton street, avoii
toe double ferrlaro acrosiNow York city.
For Philadelphia, 7,10, 8.U) nnd 11 a. M..ilO 4
'it 1i.aaA, I1'1.? rl '' oa Sunday at 4,11.10 and l.li
uu at L,mUtd '" M0'Mi dallrofiipl
For Dalilmore, 6.15, 7.W. 8.IJ, 0.40 and 11 A. M 1
IiW,2.10. 4, 4.28, 4.40', 0.00 ,.. Io.00 and 11 13 P. IU
5d aiol' m"' "-(w.o-w,7.4o,io.oi
Tor Pope's CrieV Line, 0.33 A. It. and 4.40 p. Jt.
lally, except Sunday,
For Annniiolls, e.a A, M.and liCkl 4.101'. Jl.dallv
exceothunday. ' '
day at A.M. i.ii, 11 03 A. il 8 03 1'. M.
For rtlchmpnrtanatheSouth.UOaiut 11.03 A. M.
Cally,nnd61'.JI. daily, oxcept Sunday.
Trnlns leavo Alexandria for Washington, 0.05,
8.0S. 10 CO and IO. 10 A. U 1. 8.08, 8.11, S.io, 7 03 ua
10.40 r. M. and Vi.10 mldolilit except Monday.
On Sunday at Ma and 10.10 A.M., 77o3and 10.40
l". M. and 12.10 nlshti
'tickets and information at tlio oDIee, northoait
corner of Tlilrteenth street nnd Pennsylvania ave
nue and at the station, whero orders can bo left Tor
the cliecklngof baggage to destination from hotels
, J. It, WOOD,
ortAB- r rvcni.cSSntl??." A"""
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILnOAD.
THE MODEL FABT LINK AND TIIK ONJ.V
THE KABT AND TJIK WEST.
. VIA WASHINGTON.
DOUBLE TltAHCK.KLJANNEY COOPLEtt I
BchU,na,iffn?.heenrenCot,ce,.N1,AV' JUNE '
Irf-ave U asblngton rroni station corner of New
Jersey avenue and u ttrppt.
Jfor CldcaBo.Clnelunatl, Louisville and Bt. Louis
dally at AU3A.M.. 10.16 A.M.. 10.10 p.m., with
through couches and Jalaco Sleeping Cars to
ubovo points, without change; 10.15 A. M. dally to
Chlcoto exci-pt Baturday. r lo
, 1'pr 1'lttsburgh nt .. A. M. and 8.40 r. U.
dally; 8 40 1', M. to l'ltlsburgh, Cleveland aud Va
troll, wliliBleeplng Cars to Pittsburgh.
For Toledo aud Detroit, via Mouroevllle, U.1J
A. M. dally, witn Sleeper for Toledo, via Whi-el-lnitmidLnkeLileli.il.
Trains fur Philadelphia and New Y'ork at 8.10
A.M. dally, except butuUyf a uo l M. and 0 40 r.
M. and 1U.10 1'. M. dally.wtth Parlor and Bleeplug
For Jialtlmore on w eek davs, 6.00, 0.80, 0.40. 8 00.
8.10, o.ionnd los A.M., lllo, 2.ai, 2.33! 8.00. ate
4.80 (4j-nilnute tralnj, 4.40, 8.80, u to, 7.00, 8.20. o.w
and 10,10 1. M.
For Haltlmore on Bnndays, 0.30, 8.00,8.20 A. it.
Va. 2 83, J.00, 4.40, 8.30, U.80, 7.00, 8.20, 0.40, 10. 10 V. it.
For points on the bbcaudoaU Volley lUllroad.
10.13 A.M. dally.
lor Annapolis, 6.40 A. St., and 12,10 aud 4 40
V. M.; on suuday. 8.20 A. M.. 4.40 1. W.
lorwaysinttous between Wanblugtou and Usl
mere, 8,0.40,0 A.M., liloI'.M., 3.J0. 4.i0.7nd
lOlOF.M. on Bundays, 8.20 A. M. and 1.2J, 4 40
nnd 7.C0 r. M.
i-or stations on Metropolitan Branch, 7.40
A. M..and8,a31. M. dally except Buuday.4 II 1'
M. dally; for principal stntlons on Mctropotitsu
Drncb. 8.30 dally 1 for Loxlugtou, Btuatou
nnd Valley Druiicb, s.30 A. M. dally, ex
cept Sunday. 8.40 1 M. dally; for Frederick, s. JO A.
11.. lilliA, M 4.43 1', M. unlly, except Sunday.
for iimersiuwn. 1U.1S A.M., unci 3.m At. dally
,'lrBiuiarilvo IVum the West dally, O.20.7.WA,
M.,2.-J,s.40,0 2.31'.M. , .-.
iroin.Ntw YorKuud l'hlladelnbla, 2.81, 8.30 A,
M. dally, 8.20 F. M. dally, oxcept Buuday,
i rum Annapolis, s 20 A. Al., aud 1.80 aud 6 37 F.
M. bunday, U.6J A. M.. 0.37 1'. M.
From Lexington, 0.20. A.M. dally.nnd 2.13 F.M,
duili . except bunoay.
j-iuui 1 redcrtek aud Intermediate poluts, 8.23
A. M .2.181. M.and 8. 121'. M, dally excei-m-davi
M ( 1'. M. dully lrom Point 01 Hocks.
All trains trom Washington stop at Kclay Sta
tion except 4.S0 F. M.
For fuiibcr Information apply at the Dattlmoro
& Ohio Ticket Office, Wasuiugum station, 01a and
1J31 Pennsylvania avenue, corner of Fouueeuib
street, where orders will bo taken for baggaje to
bechtcked aud received at any point lntnoulty.
W. M. CLKMKNTS, O. K. LOUD.
M. of T., Daltlliioro. u. r. A.
Tlio Virginia Midland Railway.
THE B1IOKT LINE IO THK BOUTn.
BOUTUWLal'ANDWlilP. U "'
Schedule In ollect JUNhl B. lwl.
8:40 A. M. MhW OJtljliANB MAIL dally, mats
lng close connections tu all points south aud
Southwest. (Dally except Sunday! with O.&u.
Hallway. Pullman Blcefdug Dutlett cars from
Jhew York and Waahlngtoii toAtlania, Full
man Bleeplug Curs from Washington and At
lanta tc bitw Orleans. Parlor Car trom Wa.su
lugton to Natural Drldge, Va.
8:10 F. M.-LUUlUVlLtibi FABF LINE. Dally
via Chiirloiiesvlllo to Cincinnati, Louisville
and all Wvalern points, Pullman Biccplug Can
lrom WaaMngiou to Louisville.
Dally to all points Soutb and southwest via
Danville andL'barlotte. (Dally oxceptsuuday)
w Ith U. & u. Hallway. Fullman Sleeping Can
from Washington via Dauvlllo, ChurioLte and
Atlantu mlt-w Orleans, alao, from Washing
ton via Charlotto and Columbia to Augusta.
Pullman Sleeping cur lrom Wasnlngion to
White bulphur Bprlngs.
Manassas Divulou train leaves Washington at
8.40 a. 111., aud 8 lop, in. dally except buuday.
Warreuton traius leave Washington atbtlua, m,
and 8:10 p. ni. dally.
For tickets aud tnioruiatlou Inquire at Com
pany's unice., col Fenua, &vu.
M. BLAUUltTUll, N. MACDANIKL,
(Jen. l'aas. Agent, Agent.
SOL ilAhij, TTafflo Manater.
CHESAPEAKE &. OHIO RAILWAY
LEAVE B. IN DEPOT, BIXTU AND 1) faTB
8,40 a. m. For all Way Stations and Virginia
Bprlngs, Lexington, Ky., Louisville, Cincin
nati, Columbus and Bt, Louis. Dally except
11:03 a, ui. I'or Williamsburg, Va,, Newport
News, Old Folnt Comtou aim Norfolk. Dully
except Buuday. . .
C:10). 10. For Louisville, Cincinnati, Bt. Louis
and Chicago, connecting for alt points We4t,
Northwest aud southwest, Fast Kxpren
(dally); does not slop lor local boaluess except
mo Virginia Bprlngs; through Pullman serv
ice to Loulsvlllo and Clncluimtt,
10:40 p. m. For all Way stations nnl Virginia
Bprlngs and Columbus, Ohio. Dally except
For tickets and Information apply at O. A O.
Uallnay utiles, 813 Fennsylvanla avenue, uuder
National Motel, Va. Mtu. ltultnay otllce, wt
Fennsylvanla nvc. und U. dt 1'. station.
11. W. FULLEH,
CVr.BMITn, Oou. Pass, Agent,
FltANK TltlOU, N. K. Passenger Agent.
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
Trains arrive at and leavo iront u. & 1', (cjlxth
street) depot as tollows:
Aceommesattou arrives 8.80 a. m. dally,
Matt arrives p. ni. dntly except Sunday.
Mall leaua 11. lu. dally except Sunday.
Accommodation leaves 4.23 p. m. dally oxcept
(in bumlurs only a train w HI leave at 8.03 p, ui.
'lime, ;8tb meridian. . . ., ,
Commiitatloii tickets net honored on Buuday
'"' B. M. nnol'HY. Buperlntondent.
ri-o NoitroLK, FouTiiKua uonuou and
TOTOMAO HTKAM1IOAT COMPANY'S
rOl'ULAU BXKAMICH. (1UOUU1C LISAltY,
Leaves Seventh stieet wharf oil Mondays aud
Wednesdays at 8 bo and baturdays at 0 p, lu., stop
ping at Fluey Folnt nud UoruUeld Harbor Kolng
BATUKDAY NIOHT STHAMKlt ItETUIlNa
Kxclnslve connection with the Boston aud
Frovldenco steamers, Cumicct also with New
York and ltlcumoml steamers, Norfolk and
Western, seaboard nud ltoanoke, Ocean Viow
anji Virginia llcnch ltallroads. ...,.,
i'ataage and rooms can be secured at llalllmoio
A Ohio ticket onicc, atllth at, and l'a. uye.,Bt.
Wro Hotel, l'olklnhorn's,.next to City 1'ostouloe,
olMce of Knox's Hxpress, oth st, and if, avc.aud
Liiox's xnrenwlll call for and check bas
gngo lrom betels nnd private residences,
Freight receive ."jgaflBJSJwi. Ageut.
T OOK AT LOW FAItHa.
I'lUBT-OLASB FAIUCIII MOUND Tllll', 1.50
Steamer JANK MOSKL1SY leaves Washington
for Norfolk and Old Folut Monday, Wednesday
Friday nnd Saturday at 6:80 p,m making close
connection with steamer for New York, Ocean
POTOMAC lllVKit LANDINOB. Lfro23ptM.
Bteamer J. W. THOMPSON leaves Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. ni,
For Inlormallou apply by telephone or pther
wise to (Iencral0illcc,f5lxfh-trcet wharf, termi
nus Seventh or Nluth street cars, a
ALFRED WOOD, Beorctary."
QEO. It, raiLLIFU, Buperlnlendcnt, niylO