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Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Ricoflnition according to Merit
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WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 188.
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THE KING OF THE MILLINERS-
i T. rre A Store! Imnonsa Stock. Fashionable and Desirable Styles.
HATS, BONNETS. TIPS, PLUMES,
RIBBONS, PLOWBjaS, SILKS, SATINS,
WONDERFUL LOW FIGURES.
D ..oi f v. to cr.Il and ascorta n prices before i url asinj, for you nre twre to
6" rra . "fA 7"cs.
CALL EARLY TO
Tl.i- Larr:e. t Millinery EstaLlishment in the United States.
Vonderful Effects by the
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L zvux c nbinot rhotoffraphs $3.00 per
LJ SMH-fncHon Guaranteed ,to all.
The Finest Skylight and llost Spacious Rooms
South of Phialdelphia.
Horns Tor Sittings, from S A.. M:, to O DP. TWC.
5 I EXNXYLYANIA AVENUE, NEAR 10TH STREET.
' ' i' n.,to? made to Clubs of 5, 10 and 20.
Have opened and are in full blast at
IN os. 404and406 Seventh Street,
ith a full and complete stock of goods, consisting of silks in every variety.
inn "'l' romI)lete Lflces, Gloves and Hosiery, endless, Linen Department,
. Huu, i.kpeiing Goods, a large stock, Gent's Furnishings, Ladies' TJnder-'r-
1 arasols. Shawls, Domestics, Notions, &c, all bought for sharp cash.
;iro horo to stay, and we offer our
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li-ivpone price, which gives every one fair and honest dealings.
jcn juices BREAK, "we will be-there." Ail alike will have the benefit.
736 7th Street, 736
Young's Cheapest Place.
Silk J ounS's ol(l established stand. Go there and save 25 per cent, for
Ks. Nitms, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Dress Goods, Hoop Skirts, Bussels
YtU STREET, 136
New Presents Daily. It will pay you to go there.
3 WILL SELL DAILY AT
irend's Baltimore Store.,
908 Seventh St., N. W.
w SPRING GOODS fit auction. Now is the time for great bargains in
R Gode. Don't forget the ssrne and number.
L- BEHEEND, 908 7th St., N, W.
STEEET, 1ST. W.
AVOID THE RUSK.
or Cloudy Weather
.his city. AIbo the originators of low prices.
Dozen. Cards $1.00 per Dozen. Prooifs shown
bought for sharj:
goods in every department at fair
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Read the Uaparallelled BargainsMhat
ARE 07FERI7G FOR
' 500 cloz. Plumes, all colors, 49 cts., wjrth $1.75; 1,000 doz. bunches Black
Tips, three in a bunch, uny25cts.t worth 75 cts.; 400 doz. Colored Tips, all
colors, three in a hunch 25 cts., 35 cts,, 40 cts., 50 cts. and upwards for a
hunch of three. "We also have the largest and most complete stock of trimmed
and untriinmeil Hats than any other stcre in this city. We are selling at
present the Spike Straw Hat in all shapes for C9 cts. If you can buy them less
than 87 cts. we will cheerfully return yt u 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 lino assortment of Lace Goods, Ribbons, Silks, Sa'ins, Ho
siery and Corsets. We have everything that is necessary for a first-class Mil
linery and Fancy Goods Store. Give us a call and convince vourself.
THE NEW IDEA STORE,
JVo. Qv Ttk Street, Between I and K.
A Souvenor to all purchaers.
TEE GREATEST SLAUGHTER OF
EVER KNOWN IN WASHINGTON CAN BE FOUND AT
BEY 0RI1I 10I0N MISFIT STORE,
912 F Street, Opposite IVTa so iiic Temple,
READ THE ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
100 Men's Suits at $3.50, worth $7.50; 100 Men's Suits at $5, worth $12; 100
Men's Suits at $7.50, worth $15; 100 Men's Suits, Blue Black Cheviots $8.50,
worth $18; 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $5.50, worth $12; 100 Men's Mid
dle Sex Flannel Suits $8, warranted Indigo, worth $14; 100 Men's Pants, 85c.
worth $2; 200 Men's Pants at $1.50, worth $3.50; 100 Men's Pants, 20 different
designs at $2.50, worth $5.50; Boy's Suits at $3.50, from 12 to 16 years, worth
$8; 300 Children's Suits at $1.87, and $2.50, really worth double the money. We
have just received 50 elegant English Diagonal Suits at the remarkably low
prices of $12, actually worth $30. Our Motto is, "Satisfaction Guaranteed or
money refunded at
The Only Original London Misfit Store,
' OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE, 6 Doors from Ninth Street.
JOHN F. ELLIS &
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
ZPI-AlSrOS AND OUGkAZSTS
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Term
Toning, Eopairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violins, F. ntes
Guitars, and everything in the mnsio line for
CASH OK ON INSTALMENTS.
J"0UST in. ELLIS & CO.,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
730 711 Street. 8AMTAGS' AUCTION. 730 7tl Street.
IWILL SELL FOR THIRTY DAYS
1 ,500 Bonnets, 3,000 Untrimmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PRICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
(SHI AT DEE THE STOCK MUST 8E IB.
730 7th St. Manager. 730 7t St.
THE FOLLOWING WEEK
For ibe past ten days a remarkable and
sfnit-ing state of afalrs has existed at Podge
Ciiy, Kansas. Eeyeral prominent Kansas
City attorneys left "fo-day for Topcka, to
petition Gov. Glick to place the town under
marshal law. The trouble is the Elimination
of a long-standing fend between two ele
ments In that place. Dodge City has long
borne the reputation of a hard town. It is
one of the few points in Kansas where,
saloons are run openly and gambling is
Bx:Speaker Egan, of the New Jersey House
xf Representatives-, was committed to jail at
Newark under an indictment for attempting
to bribe Assembtymnn Armitago.
Two German residents, C. H. J. Muller,
an undertaker, and William Bashorn, a
brewer, both married men, had a duel with
broadswords at Bowmanville, a suburb of
Chicago. Both were married men and the
trouble wqb about another woman.
Col. Torres, with 300 troops attacked the
Apache Indians in the mountains, killing
eleven, and lost five of his men. The Apaches
were hopelessly routed-
Gen. Grant's mother died in Jersey City,
aged PI years.
MrB. Maria Stoddard, wife of the rector of
St. John's Episcopal Church at Jersey City,
N. J., was shot and killed by a pisfol in her
husband's hands. As he took the weapon to
the adjoining room the pistol struck the
door and was discharged, the bullet entering
His wife's head. She fell in his arms and
lied. She was 80 years old and beautiful.
The local -steamboat inspectors of New
York havo refused to issue certificates to the
ferryboats plying on tho North and East
rivers which store their illuminating gas in
tanks in their holds, on the ground that a
great explosion would be liable to oocur in
case of collision.
The late cyclone in Missouri has done'in
calulable damage. Many lives have been
lost, and loss to property in the line of the
tempest has been unparalleled. Towns have
been damaged to 6uch an extent that they
ire not recognizable
The Ohio Brewera and Maltsters Associa
tion, at their convention in Cleveland,
adopted resolutions declaring they would
orpose in a body at tho polls all candidates
for office arrayed against their business, and
thnt they would employ counsel to teat im
mediately in the Supreme Court the consti
tutionally of the Scott law.
A despatch from Deadwood, Dakota,
reportB that a snow storm had raged there
for twelve hours, blocking up all the rail
roads and suspending business and farm
work of all kinds.
Tho rumor that tho dynamiters intended
to damage the Welland canal has led the
authorities at St. Catherine's, Ont., to take
extra precautions to protect the exposed
The Jforthern ani Southern Telegraph
Company have filed a certificate of incorpo
ration in New York. Its lines are projected
between New York and Charleston, S. C.
Middle and Southern News
Moo5ic, a town below tscranton, jra., was
badly shaken up by an explosion of powder
in a powder magazine at a coal breaker.
One man was almost torn to pieces, and
another has not yet been found. Windows
in nearly all the houses in the town were
Judge Bond, of the United States Court,
at Richmond, Va., decided in favor of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company ob
taining an injunction to prevent property
from being sold for taxes, where the com
pany had offerered payment in coupons.
The village of Waterloo, Ind., was com
pletely destroyed by the recent cyclone.
The fine iron bridge over the White river
was torn to pieces. The storm crossed over
into Ohio and did considerable damage in
Mark Spicker, a travelling agent was put
oil a train of the Northern Central railroad
in a drenching rain has recovered damages
of $5,000 at Philadelphia. He had offered a
ticket two years old which the conductor
refused and put him off the train.
In a moment of insanity Chas. Edward
Hanson brutally murdered Mr. Chas. B.
White, an aged gentleman, at the Hanson
estate in Howard county, Md. The details
of the murder are horrible.
Returns from the election in the third dis
trict of West Virginia indicate the election
of Snyder, Democrat, to Congress by 2,000
majority over Brown, Republican.
Captain W. S. Mclntyre, a Hudson river
steamboat captain, lost $125,000 in bonds and
$375 in cash in Now York. He thinks his
pocket was picked.
Hon. Philip B. Thompson, tried at Harris
burg, Ky., for the murder of Walter H.
Davis, has been acquitted.
It is estimated at the Treasury Depart
ment that the payments to be made during
the present month on account of pensions
will amount to 10,000,000.
The Secretary of the Treasury has issued
a warrant for $125,000 to be paid to tho Lee
heirs as the price of the Arlington estate.
Col. Unda, chief of Btail of Gen. Fuero, of
theChihuahua army, who is in El Paso, says
that the movement of Gen. Crook across the
Mexican border is not only approved by the
Mexican government but that Gen. Fnero,
has instructions to take the field in charge of
the troops stationed in Chihuahua to coop
erate with Gen. Crook in the Apache cam
paign. Tho Superintendent of the Railway Mail
Service having been informed of the estab
lishment of quarantine at Galvicston, Texas,
and New Orleans, La., has issued an order
directing that henceforth all mail for Cuba
and Mexico be f 9rwarded via New York city I
Mr. Charles Lyman resigned his position
as chief clerk of the United States treasur
er, office, and was sworn in as chief exaini
nf for the civil service commission.
The Prfiftident has removed Col, C. Irving
Ditty, collector of internal revenue at Balti
more, and appointed J- Henry Sellman in
Ex-Senator Windom is said io have under
Consideration an offer which has besn made
to him of the vice presidency of the .Flor
ida Ship Canal and Transit Company.
The bureau of statistics of the Treasury
department reports the value of the domestio
breadstuff's exported during the mouth of
April, 1883, to be $12,405,318: for tho cor
responding month last year, $9,908,189;
exported for four months ended April 20th. I
ultimo, $01,915,787: corresponding period
last year, 45,475,812; for the ten months
ended April 30th ultimo, 179,738,343: corre
sponding period last year, 157, 619,727.
The Washington and Chesapeake railway
company have placed on record a mort
gage to secure bonds in the amount of
1,000,000 in favor of tho Fanners' Loan and
Trust Comprny, of New York city.
London, May G. Fitzharris, tho cab
driver, was found guilty in Dublin yesterday
nf being nn accessory after the fact to the
tho murder of Lord Cavendish and Mr.
Burke, and was sentenced to penal servitude
for life. Tho grand jury at Dublin have
found true bilk for conspiracy to murdoi
ngainst Kingston, Gibney and Haley, who
were charged with conspiracy to murder
Pool, and a true bill for threatening to i
murder against Mathias Brady, who was
charged with making threats against the life
of the foreman of the jury which convicted
his brother, Joe Brady.
The North German Gazelle attempts to
prove by statistics that the danger of con
tracting trichinosis from American pork is
sixty times greater than it is from. German
The report of the discovery of an infernal
machine on board a transatlantic steamer is
denied by the head constable at Liverpool.
Complimentary Benefit to the Manhattan
Base Ball Club, Monday. May 14. 1SS3, by
Mr. John C. Ricks, at Rick's Park, 7th and
Br nndary streets, N. W.
Acknowledging the worthiness of tho Man
hattan Base Ball Club, and feeling the pride
of a Washingtonian, I havo made arrange
ments to tender to the above named club a
complimentary benefit as tho flayers, 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
c.ub. Therefore I call upon my patrons,
friends and the public in general to assist
me in making this the first picnic of the
season a success by their presence and pa
tronage. Yours respectfully,
J. C. RICKS-
The club will serve as a committee to
Mr. Ricks in attending to the comfort and
pleasure of those who may bo present.
S. K. GOVERN, Club Manayer.
Music by Prof. Cole's String Band.
Grounds open at 1 p. m.. and close at 12 M.
Admission, 23 cents. SSJT'iStrict order will
be maintained. may 7-2t
230 CASEMF HATS.
Great Bargains at A. Dittrich's Hat Fac
SILK, FELT AXD STRAW HATS,
will bo sold at manufacturer's prices.
30 per cent, cheaper than any other house in
the citj". Military Caps and Hats made to
order. Call at A. DITTRICH, the Great
Hatter, 724 7th Street. may 5-tf
419 11th Street, N. W., Between Penn a.
and E.St., "Washington, D. C.
A large assortment of all kinds of
HATS constantly on hand and mad
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 sclection.of
FRUITS, ICE CREAM,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigars,
tobacco, stationery, stamps, etc. Pure coun
try milk and ice for sale at lowest cash
WHITE, PYNN & GO.,
Have just opened their New Confectionery
and Ice Cream Saloon at No. 1500 16th street,
corner of P, N. W., where they will keep
constantly on hand a choice selection of
confectionery, fruits, ice CTeam and wator
ices. Families, balls, parties and picnics
served at the shortest notice. N. B. Con
stantly on hand the choice brands of cigars
Ice Cream Parlors, 1118 K street, N. W.
Water Ices, Orange Ices, cakes, foreign and
domestic fruits, &c. A!so dining saloon.
Meals sent out. We have just enlarged our
saloon and purchased a new set of marble
top fables and we are prepared to give entire
satisfaction to all who may favor U3 with
their patronage. 1118 K street.
mm is hebe Aim so ami i
1226 Pa. Avenue, if. W.
The be3t place for a gpodlMeali and)
Lunch in the City. Meals;, 25) Genttfg
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 otei
23 regular meal tickets foe. $5, ten),
twenty cent tickets for $1.90, tern fi'f-"
teen cent tickets for $1.50, five 25 cenbi
tickets for $1.15.
"We have every convenience fon
sending Meals out to Ladies ami (rn
tremen, also families. Breakfast fro'mi
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 12 toi 6
Open from 6 A. M. to 12 I?. M.,
Furnished or unfurnished! rooms)
with hoard by the day, week or monifti
Pension Clerks will find this thai
most convenient place in the city. Wo
can serve you a first claHsmealiint tern
100 TABLE BOARDERS
-A Choice Assortment oS
Fine Cigars, Cigarets
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Having had many years of export
ence in catering we are now prepared)
to give entire satisfaction to all who)
will give us their patronage.
Don't forget name and numBerj)
12526 Penn. AvenneN?. w: