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WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MAY 12, 18&3.
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THE KINO OF THE MILLINERS-
814 SEVEjSTTH STREET, 1ST. W.
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The itargest Store! Immense Stock. Fashionable and Desirable Styles.
HATS, BONNETS. TIPS, PLUMES,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, SILKS, SATINS,
Children's and Ladies' Dresses,
rONDERPTJL LOW FIGURE
Do not fail to call and ascertain prices before purchasing, for you are sure to
CALL EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH.
Read the Unparallelled - Bargains that
The New Idea Store
ARE OFFERING FOR THE FOLLOWING "WEEK.
500 doz. Plumes, all colors, 49 eta., worth $1.75; 1,000 doz. bunches .Black
Tips, three in. a bunch, only'25 cts., "worth 75 cts.: 400 doz: Colored Tips, all
colors, three in a hunch 25 els., 35 cts,, 40 cts., 50 cts. and upwards for a
bunch of three. "We also have the largest and most complete stock of trimmed
and untrimmed Hats than any other store in this city.. We are selling at
present the Spike Straw Hat in all shapes for 69 cts. If you can buy them less
than 87 cts. we will cheerfully return you the money. This Hat is the latest
and all the rage. We also have Straw Hats from 15 cts. up. we are bound to
suit you. Also a line assortment of Lace Goods, Ribbons, Silks, Satins, Ho
siery and Corsets. We have everything that is necessary for a first-class Mil
linery and Fancy Goods Store. (Jive us a call and convince yourself.
THE NEW IDEA STORE,
XSo.QO th Street, Between" t an cl K.
A Souvenor to all purchasers.
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tax, JN. s nas received a letter advi
lUie Largest Millinery Establishment in the United States.
In Clear or CI
Wonderful Effects by the Instantaneous Process
THE GREATEST SLAUGHTER OF
EVER KNOWN IN WASHINGTON CAN RE FOUND AT
TM OWIY flBIEIJHAl LOW MBIfl.j
912 Street, Opposite Masonic Temple,
READ THE ASTONISHING LOW PIUCEH.
We re the first to introduce it in this city. Also the originators o low prices.
Fltgmt Cabinet Photographs $3.00 per Dozen. Cards $1.00 per Dozen, rroons snawa
2a Satisfaction Guaranteed to nil.
! inn w Suits at S3 50 worth $7.50; 100 Men's Suits at So, worth $12; 100
m &3te ; it $7 50 worth $15; 100 Men's Suits, BlueBlack Cheviots $8.50,
th ISosB ue flannel Suits at $5.50, w?th Mlgji Mu -
dip Sev Flannel Suits 8, warranted muigo, worm xt; xuy 0 " ""
worth 2 200 Men's Pants at S1.50, worth $3.50; 100 Men's Pants, 20 different
designs Ht $2 50 worth $5.50; Boy's Suits at S3.50,from 12 to 16 years, worth
d?sisnsip-ou,ortu 9 j , j double the money. We
The Finest Skylight and Most Spacious Rooms
South of Phiaklelphia.
98; auuennoxen s ,n n. rr , . - v-, r t the remarkably low
priced omCuth S30& Our Motto is, "Satisfaction Guaranteed or
money refunded at
The Only Original London Misfit Store,
OPPOSITE MASOX1C TEMPLE, 6 Doors from Ninth Street.
Hours for Sittings, from 8 A.. M. to e F. M.
IS5 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEAS 10TB STREET.
-weinl Rates matlp tn Chilis of 5. 10 and 20.
Have opened and are in full blast at
To&. 404and406 Seventh Street,
Vttfc - Mi sA cowpleie stock of goods consisting of m ewy riety.
t.w (jMifi. oomplat Lace, Glove and nfJ
u1 H.keaptog GMd. large stock. Gent's Fnishmgs Lddies Inder-
v Punisrim1 Shkvls, Dweetios- Xotions, c, all bought for sharp cash.
H c re here Us tii ad wo olfor ur goods in even .lepartinenl at fair
i - u1k wtmaa tkat we iW uot loe undersold.
H . htme prioe, Wk gh-w ovry wm fir and honest dealings.
736 7th Street,
Young's Cheapest Place.
JOHN F. ELLIS & 00.
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
PIAISTOS A.1STD ORGA-ISTS
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms
Toning, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violins, F.ntes
Guitars, and everything in the nrosio line for
CASH OK ON ITSTA.X,M:3BTS.
JOHN F. ELLIS &y CO.,
337 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Young's old established stand. Go there and nra 2! .per eent for
batins, Parasols, Sim XTnbrellas, Bress Goods, Hoop fckirts, Bussels
ISO tli STREET,
New Presents Daily. It will pay you to go there.
trend's Baltimore Store,
Seventh St,- N. W
130 7ft Street SAMTAGS' AUCTION. 730 -Tft Street.
1 WILL KLL FOR T1I1KTY UAYS
1,500 Bonnets, 3,000 Untrimmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PEICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 8,000 Bunches of Feathers.
COME AT ONCE THE STOCK MiT BE ID.
KE W BPB1NG GOODS at auction. Now is the time for great bargains in
Bpjt Goods. Don't forget the name and number.
L. BEHEEND, 908 7th St., N. W.
730 7th St. Manager. 730 7th St.
i that two yeEsels recently left Boston, each
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, carrying a cargo 01 torpedoes, wnicn are to
i be planted in the harbor at Halifax for the
purpose of blowing np British shipping. It
was further asserted that the explosion would
probably take place on May 14, the day fixed
for the execution of Brady and other Phoenix
Park murderers. Sufficient importance ia
attached to the warning to justify the author
ities of Halifax in strengthening the guards
at the various barracks, magazines and dock
Thomas A. Edison and others, represent
ing a capital of $2,000,000, have filed papers
with the Secretary of State of New. York
incorporating the Electric Railway Company
of the United States. The object is to test
electricity as a motive power.
It turns out that Paymaster "VVasson, who
pretended to have been robbed of $15,000
while travelling on a railway train in Texas,
invented the story" to cover up a shortage
of $5,600 in his'accounts. He is now under
arrest at San Antonio, Texas.
State Auditor S- Brown Allen has sent out
circular letters to fifty representatives' of
insurance companies doing business in Vir
ginia notifying-them that unless they send
in.their annual reports to bis office within
fifteen days, as required by law, he will
revoke their license atid prevent them from
transacting business in Virginia.
The Okeechobee Company will launch ai
Kissmimee, Flo., the largest dredge boat in
America, which1 will excavate 20,000 cubic
yards per day. It is designed to cut a
canal sixty-five feet wide and ten feet deep,
and will commence operations at the lower
end of Lake Kissmimee and go direct to
Lake Okeechobee. The completion of this
canal will reclaim. 4,000,000 acres of sugar
"Work has been resumed m three large rub
ber manufactoriep at Brunswick, N. J. The
New Brunswick "Rubber Company took on
l,000handB,the NewJersey Rubber Company
took on 1,600, and the Meyer Rubber Com
moiiura. - "- ---'" - -Judge
Brown, of the United States District
Court, at New York has issued a warrant of
removal for Matthew Rooney and George L.
Stanley to New Jersey, where they stand
indicted for selling counterfeit trade dollars.
Phipps, the almshouse forger, has been
found guilty in Philadelphia.
Two escaped convicts named Miller and
Katharinhave taken refuge in the Boston
mountain, Van Buren county, Ark., and
have committed so many depredations in the
surrounding country that an armed force
has started out to dislodge and capture them.
A letter received at El Paso. Texas, from
Gen. Crook's office confirms the report of
having crossed the Mexican border, Indian
trails beinc found.
Judge BiUings, of the United States Cir
cuit Court at New Orleans, has rendered a
final decree in the case of Myra Clark Gainea
vs. the city of New Orleans, giving judgment
against defendant for $1,925,667, with 5 per
02nt interest till paid, with costs.
The Supreme Court of Ohio has refused to
grant the motion for a petition in error in
the case of J. D. Watson, convicted of brib
ing members of the Legislature. The sen
tencq of the court to imprisonment will now
bo carried out.
The activity at Richmond, Va., May 1st, iw
the tobacco trade has "surpassed anything
over known in the history of this business in
the city. Nearly 2,000,000 pounds of tobacco,
4,000,000 cigarettes and 1,000,000 cigars nave
been shipped from here or prepared for ship
ment at an early day.
During last week twenty-five sleamshipsof
largo tonnage arrived at Newport News, Va.
Middle and Southern News
A storm struck Paterson, N. J., which de
molished the unfinished spire of St. John's
Catholic Church, unroofed a number of
houses, lifted lumber piles into the canal and
demoralized the telephone wires. A severe
hail-storm at Denver, Col., is supposed to
have completely ruined the fruit crop in that
neighborhood. The hail-stones, some of
them an inch in diameter, lay six inches
deep in the street.
During a teirific wind and rain storm at
Trenton, N. J., the main tent of Forepaugh's
circus was blown over, the canvass was torn
in shreds, the seats thrown over, and all the
aerial apparatus destroyed. The last of the
afternoon audience had just left the tent.
The central body of the Parnell Land
Leaguoin New York have resolved to do
everything possible to prevent the importa
tion and sale of English goods here.
President Walker of the New Orleans City
Railroad Company, at. a meeting of the
finance committee made a formal offer of
200,000 to the World's Industrial ano iouon
Centennial Exposition if the building be
located near the lines of that company.
nwiM Snrout, John O'DeU, George
Hughes and Joseph Webster have been
arrested at Montoursville, Pa., for passing
counterfeit silver dollars. After a hearing
they ere committed to prison in default of
$1,000 each. .
The stable of J. A. Grinstead, at Lexing
ton, Ky., containing six thoroughbred year
lings, all by imported Thunderstorm, has
beon burned, and all the animals perished.
Loss $10,000. The fire was incendiary.
Moody and Pankey has arrived in New
York by the rfeamer Alaska.
The steamer Alaska, Capt. Murray, from
Liverpool and Queenstown, which arrived at
New York May 6, mpV?e the triv from
Oueerptown in fi days 23 hours and'48 min
utes, thus beatine her former time of 7 days
1 hour and Sftminntes, which had Heretofore
been the quickest time-o record.
The State Board of Health at Wheeling
IW. Va., has quarantined Mercer county, the.
greirTfbience. OvnPfdrty cases have de
veloped and twelve deaths have already
resulted. It originated from a tramp stop
ping at the house of Mr. Blankinship.
Special State Tax Collector James E.Ham
ilton has levied upon ten locomotives at
Manchester, belonging to the Richmond and
Petersburg Railroad Company to secure
taxes amounting to 80,000, which Sfate
Auditor Brown Allen claims to be due the
State from that corporation.
Gov. McEmery, of Louisiana, has called a
nnvmifirm in moot. nf. "Rntnn 'Rrtmm on .Tnnn
I 18 to consider a plan for building, maintain
ing and protecting levees. The delegates
are to be chosen by the police juries of the
several parishes by the city council of New
London, May 6. A dispatch has been
received from Tabreez, Persia, reporting
that that city has been visited by an earth
quake, which destroyed a greatmany houses
and killed a larpe number of persons.
London, May 8. The London Globe denies
the statement that Peter Tynan is in London
with a view of turning informer. The third
trial of Timothy Kelly began in Dublin yes
terday. Prince Bismarck has ordered an investiga
tion of the business of the fire insurance
companies, whose profits he think? are too
America has been accorded more space iu
the London fisheries exhibition, und prom
ises to make a very fine showing.
The London Times says the vote on the
Affirmation bill shows tho weakness of Eng
Englisch beat Sellman in tho London
chess tournament yesterday.
SPR1N5 .IS HIE tm SO AM! I
228 Pa. Avenue,. SWC
and cro:mlecriiudieiice5nr" tneuicr
World, and been greeted with great
enthusiasm in all parts of our own
land, will give
THREE CONCERTS AND A MATINEE,
In the CONGREC4ATIONAL ClIURCII,
Commencing Friday Even
ing, May 4.
Matinee, Saturday at 2 P. M., 5th.
Concerts Monday and Tuesday Even
ings, May 7 and 8.
Admission, 50c. Reserved Seats at
Ellis', 937 Pennsylvania avenue, Sat
urday, 28th inst., without extra charge.
Schools admitted to Matinee at 25c,
each scholar, on application to O. F .
PHESBREY, 529 7th street.
The) best, pJaea &tf wgpodl Meal) and)
Lunch in tha City. Meote,, 2 cents:,
Lmwhes 10, 15 audi 20' ctf ..
"twenty ccnir pnj.tctc twytww"1
teen cent tickets for $11.50' fi.va2acen,b
tickets for 1.15t,
We have every convenienae for
sending Meals out to Ladies andl O'ent
tlemen, also families. Breakfast from
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 1)2' to 6
Open from 6 A. xM. tul)2 P. ML
Furnished or unfurnished! .rooms
with hoard by the diiy, week or month
Pension Clerks willt fintli thfe the
most convenient plsusa inith citjj.. We
can serve you a fiit elkwrneaVto ten
Complimentary Benefit to the Manhattan
Base Ball Club, Monday. Mo'j 14, 183, by
Mr. John C. Ricks, at Kick's Park, 7th and
Boundary streets, N. W. I
Acknowledging the worthiness of the Man- j
hattan Base Ball Club, and feeling the pride j
of a Washiugtoniau, I have made arrange
ments to tender to the above named club a
complimentary benefit as the players, al
though basebalists of great merit, they are
of limited means, and it is only by the co
operation of the citizens of the District of
Columbia that they can be successful as a
ir,Vi. TViArpfnrfi I call noon my natrons,
friends and the public in general to asjyst
me in making this the first picnic of the
season a success by their presence and pa
tronage. Yours respectfully. vrnva
The club will serve as a committee to
Mr. Ricks in attending to tho comfort and
pleasure of those who may be present.
S. K. GOVERN, Clnb Manager.
Music by Prof. Cole's String Band.
Grounds open at 1 p. m., and close at Vz M.
Admission, 25 cents. "Strict order will
bo maintained. way 7-2t
100 TABLE BOim
AT OrfMS'.i .
419 11th Street, X. W., Between Penna.
and E.St,, "Washington, D. C.
A Chwce Assortment o&-
Fine Cigars, Gigarets
ALWAYS OK HAHB.
A lanre assortment of all kinds of
HATS constantly on hand and made
to order at shortest notice.
Old Hats repaired and altered equal
Have just opened their NEW
At No. 1501 corner of M and Fifteenth
street, N. W.,where they will keep constantly
on hand a choice selectiou.of
FRUITS, ICE CREAM,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigars,
tobacco, stationery, stamps, eic. run; tuuu
try miiK anu ice iur ame u. v.T.aw "
Having hadi many years ofi exper
ence in catering wearemow prepared!
to give entire satisfaction to all! who
will give us their patronage
WHITE, PYNN & GO.,
Havejort opened they Kw Confection j
and Ice Uream saioon at au- y i -..,
corner of P,N.W., where .they will keep
constantly on hand a choice selection of
confectionery, fruits, ice cream and water
ices. Families, balls, parties and picnics
served at the shortest notice- 2. B. Con
stantly on hand the choice brands of cigars
Don forger name aiwll Btuflfrerfc