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THE ECENQ OF THE IVfRLL!NERS
814 SEVENTH STREET 1ST. W.
The Largest Store! Immense Stock. Fashionable and Desirable Styles.
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926 Seventh Streets Betyypm I and K Streets.
Headquarters for MiLLMIDRT.
HATS, BOfiftfETS, TIPS, PLUME
BIBBONS, PLOW'BaS, SILKS, SATINS,
The Largest Stock of trimmed ami unlrhmned Hats and the largest assort
cnt of Plumes, Tipsllibbons?, Silks, Satins and Flowers.
F(.r this week wo w"ll sell 3,000 dozen IIat3 for 25 cents, all shapes and colors.
? lOOdizen Beautiful plumes, 22 inches long, desirable colors, onlv 50 cents.
, 5,000 dcjzen White Plumes, 24 inches biig, only 1.00; 300 Bunch Tips, ali
' colors, 25 cents, 3 in a bunch.
Children's and Ladies' Dresses J eh, for this bek only.
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WONDERFUL LOW PIGUEES
Do not fail to call and ascertain prices before purchasing, for you are sure to
CALL EABLY TO AYOLD THE RUSH.
The Largest Millinery Establishment in the United States.
I 1 I Eh 111 Kb WW IBaMafB
9S6 Ttli Rti-eet, Bet-ween I ana K.
Headquarters for Millinery.
ii Clear or Cloudy
Wonderful Effects by the Instantaneous Process
ii ,eit-heiut,to int,rodnce it in this city. Also the originators of low prices.
Kij-niitCnbinetThotographB 3.00 per Dozen. Cards 1.00 per Dozen. Prooflts shown
Mrf bniiefnctjon Guaranteed to'all.
The Finest Skylight and Most Spacious Rooms
South of PhialdelDhia
Hours Tor Sitting-s from S AU M.. to O 3P. M"
02b PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEAR lo)oH STREET.
Sppial liatpsmade to Clubs of 5. 10 and 20. )j
Have opened and are in fall blilst a
ISTos. 404 ancl 406 Severitli Street,
"With a full and complete stock of goods, coEsistiny Qf silks in every variety.
Dress Goods, complete, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery, 'j&idless 'Linen Department,
hill. Housekeeping Goods, a large stock, Gent's Fftrnishiogs, Ladies Under
wear, Parasols, Shawls, Domestics, Notions, &c.,iilj! bought for sharp cash.
Ve are here to stay, and we offer our goods ii every department at fair
prices, which means that we will not be undersold
We have one price, which gives every one fair arid honest dealings.
hen prices BREAK, "we will be there." Allftlike will have the benefit.
736 7th Street, 736
Young's Cheapest! Place.
J- Young's old established stand. Go there land save 25 per cent, for
R, Satins, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Dress Gcjods, Hoop Skirts, Bussek
THE GREATEST SLAUGHTER OF
EVER KNOWN IN WASHINGTON CAN BE FOUND AT
TEE ONLY II HI MISFIT STORE,
912 F Street, Opposite Masonic 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 Lien's Pants, 85c.
worth $2; 200 MeD'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, Wear Tenth Street
IPIAJSTOS AND OKGhAJSTS
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms
Toning Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violins, Flutes.
Guitars, and everything in the nmsio line for
CikSH OJ& ON ITSTSXAXiMEIrXS,
JOEGST IP. ELLIS & CO.,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
New Presents Daily. It will pay f-ou to go there.
98 Seventh St., Between I, and KSts-,
Have opened the following Grfei Bargains"
nr cjibc Handsome Lawns, 4c. '?"'
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"p rase 5-4 Sheeting, 12c; usual price U7.W -:
tj4 fe 16 . 21.iin
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Jhe above are in Ends and will onlybemSthe piece.
;;1 poods manufactured. 3,000 dozen Ladies"pr Ml0se, 15c;
lU1-v 2fl a pair. fatey
They are the
they are worth
pair rateiy! r
L. BEHRENDi' BALTIMORE to be 908 7th street, N. W.
730 m Street. SAMTA&S' AUCTION. ?30 7tl Street.
I WILL SELL FOR THIRTY DAYS
1,500 Bonnets, 3,000 Untrimmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PEICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
COME AT ONES TIE STOCK MIST BE SOLD.
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730 7th St. Manager. 730 7t St.
jyjoHJOM, May 24, The proclamation an
nottnclng' tho coronation, t of the Czar on
Stmday Jnext wp formally "mad9 in Moscow
yes'ten&y.": " ' -' ,
;" iilirriiijjtcii anoTHis Tedarrf-'irrand to the
Vatican trero discussed in the English House
of Commons yesterday. The subject of
shortening the term of imprisonment of
Messrs. Davitt, Healy and Quinn was also
Mr. Justin McCarthy, M. P., has said in a
speech to the Parnellite members of Par.
liament that it is the duty of all Irishmen
now to contribute to the Parnell fund.
A severe drougth prevails in some parts of
Cuba. In Cabarien a demijohn of water is
sold for fifteen cents.
The Arctic exploring vessel Sophia sailed
from Gothenburg for Greenland yesterday.
Further advices have been received from
the French troops in Madagascar.
While the United States Express Com
pany's wagon was standing at the Union
depot, at Cleveland, an expert thief substi
tuted two pouches stuffed with paper for
"two money pouches while a confederate at-
: tracted the driver's attention, fieohu? that
he had the right number of pouches the
messenger drove to the company's office and
did not discover the loss until he removed
the pouches from the wagon. The stolen
pouches contained about $15,000.
Thomas J. Morrow was nominated for
governor by the Kentucky Kepublican State
convention at Lexington on 'Wednesday
night, on the sixth ballot.
Augustus CJ. Hand, captain, and Thomas
Renders, mate of the steamer Tropic, tried
in the United Srates District Court at Phila--Jelphia
for violating the neutrality laws by
carrying arms ami insurgents to Hayti, have
been found guilty.
At Helena, Ark., Judge Sanderson wca
struck with a cane and shot at by a man
named Moore, because ihe Judge refused to
be interviewed on a trial pending. One sho
took effect in the Judge's hand.
The Martinshurg Independent says that
there is evidently a gang of horse thieves
industriously at work in Berkeley county,
and cantions owners of horses to keep a
clicrn lnntnnf fnr thorn
New York and Brooklyn, have been united
by the opening of the bridge. The ceremo
nies were upon a grand scale, and thousands
of people enjoyed the fote,
A paper steamboat has been built at Lan
singburg, N. Y., Jor a Pittsburg company.
Its length is 20 foot. It has seating capacity
for 25 persons, and a carrying capacity of 30
tons. The sheathing is a solid body of paper
M-inch thick. A bullet from a revolver fired
! at the sheathing from a distance of only four
feet, neither penetrated nor abrabed it.
At the request of Gen. Hazen, Secretary
Chandler willorder one of the vessels of the
North Atlantic squadron to accompany the
vessel to be oharterd at 8t. Johns, N. F., for
the Greeley relief expedition. The object of
having a convoy is to prevent the failure o
the oxpediton in case any accident should
befall the signal service steamer.
The Treasury Department has been advised
that a party of pauper Mormons from Swit
zerland are en-ronto to Now York on the
steamship Nevada. Instructions were sent
tothecolleotor of customs at New York to
co-operato with the commissioners of immi-
gration to prevent their landing.
London, May 23. The ceremony of bless,
pig the Russian imperial flag took place afc
Moscow yesterday. During tta day the Em
peror and Empress took a drive in an open
carriage, with an ef cort.
The Suez Canal Company have announced
that they propose to commence the cutting
of a parallel canal across the isthmus forth
with, and have applied to the English gov
ernment for their support in obtaining the
necessary concession of land from the
Archbishop Croke arrived at Kingstown
Ireland, yesterday, and received an enthusi
astic welcome. He said he had no cause to
be dissatisfied with his visit to Rome.
Fifteen thousand troops paraded at Madrid
yesterday in honor of the visit of the King
of Portugal. They were reviewed by King
Two more arrests bavo been mado at Cas
tlebar, Ireland, on the charge of being con
nected with a murder conspiracy.
A state banquet was given at the palace at
Berlin last night in honor of the birthday of
A true bill has been found against Louise
Michel for inciting to pillage.
In"the General Assembly of the Southern
Presbyterian Church, at Lexington, Ky., it
was determined by a vote of 113 to 23 that
correspondents after next year wtih the
Northern Assembly shall be by letter.
Port Gibson, Miss., a little place of 1,500,
Miowes ita entrprise by raising 50,000 for a
cotton factory, $20,000 for an oil well, and
$30,000 for a railroad-1100,000 In all.
Thirty buildings were destroyed on Tues
day night at Guerneville, Gal., including
the railway station, Loss $60,000
Two distinct shocks of earthquake were
felt at Catleteburg, Kentucky., on Tuesday
Eleven cases of small-pox have been re
ported at Jacksonville, Fla.
There were heavy frosts in portions of Illin
ois and Iowa, and in central and southern
Missouri. In the section of Illinois recently
swept by cyclones the early vegetables have
been entirely destroyed by frosts, and the
fruit and grain have been badly damaged.
Snow drifted a foot deep on the line of the
Kichmond and Alleghany Railroad, between
Lynchburg and Clifton Forge, on Tuesday
iiight. The cold weather is damajang'the
crops in that Eection of Virxrinia.
The extensive steam bakery' and candy
manufactory of J. O. E Olaussen & Co., in
Charleston. 0., haa,leen.totaUy destroyed
by fire; loss, 40,000,- Acolored .employe- of
the establishment, who atopt or .the pracsir )?
res. was burned in the buSding
' Tito fSXOTS ertklngB O? ihn Nortkam Oro-
tral Railway Com;pi&y f -TniujlhaaA,
for April were $47tf,325V44j esrranfies, $281,
"41.40; net earnings, $194,763.04; being an
increase of 41,633.77 as compared With the
'orf esponding month last year.
At the annual examination of the pupils
of the Indian School which took place at
Carlile, Pa., Secretary Teller,.Commisseoner
Pr and a number of distinguished gentle
men interested in the civilization of the In
dians were present. All were surprised at
the proficiency shown by the Indian pupils
in their studies and in the mechanical arts
i'ho school now contains 240 boys and 12
The Citizen, published at Chicago, by
John F. Finerty, member of Congress, has
an editorial headed "Boycott the Pope," in
which the Pope's recent circular is described
most intolerably impertinent-
The New York Photo. Co., (Davis Branch)
723 Seventh St., N. W., between G and H
street:?, continued reduction for fine photo
graphs Cabinets, $2 per dozen ', cabinets,
&1.50 per half dozen ; cards, 1 per dozen.
Proofs shown and satisfaction guaranteed.
Co. A, Capitol City Guard, having recently
fitted up their armory on E Street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth, N. W., are now pre
pared to rent their armory to respectable
persons for parties, balls, &c. 'ihis elegant
nnri ciinfinnq hall 1ms all the necessary con
veniences attached, suitable for receptions,
fairs, &c, it has. also, a ladies' and geiiMe
mans' dressing room, in snorr, icis uie usb
hall the colored people conld procure in tins
-city. For particulars, address Captain Kelly,
145-1 Q Street, N. W.. or Second Auditors
Office, corner 17th and G. N. W., or Lieu
tenant Malvin, I7it It Street. N. W., corner
10th and F Street, IT. Y.
Will give their first pic-nic and open
air concert, Decoration Bay, May 80th
at German Schutzen Park, better
known as Gale's Woods, First and
Buundrv Streets, N. E. Musical Con
cert to commence at 2 o'clock, and con
tinue until 6 P. M. Music by Prof.
TV. F. "Weber. The Park will be open
from 11 A. M. until midnight. Ad
mission 25 rents.
230 GASESJF HATS.
Great Bargains at A. Dittrich's Hat Fac
MLK, FELT AND STKATV HATS,
will be sold at manufacturer's prices.
80 per cent, cheaper than any other house in
the city. Military Cars and Hats made to
order. Call at A. DIITRICH, the Great
Hatter, 724 7th Street. may 5-tf
419 11th Street, X. TV., Between Pean a.
and E.St., Washington, D. C.
A large 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 band a choice selection.of
FETJITS, ICE CREAM,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigars,
tobacco. Btetionery, stamp, etc. Pure coun
try milk and ice for sale at lowest cash
WHITE, PYNN & GO.,
Have just opened their New Confectionary
and Ice Cream Saloon at No. 1500 16tb street,
corner of P, N. W., where .they will keep
constantly on hand a choice selection ot
confectionery, fruits, ice cream and water
ices. Famihes, balls, parties and picnics
served at the shortest notice. N. B. con
stantly on hand the choice brands of cigars
and tobacco. -
Ice Cream Parlors, 1118 K street.. N. W.
Water Ices, Orange Ices, cakes, foreign and
onestic fruits, &c. Also jtomgsaloon;
Meals sent out behave just enlarged our
saloon and purchased a new set of fble
top tables nd we are prepared to give entire
satisfaction to all who may favor us with
their patronage. 1118 K street.
SPRUE IS Bi MB SOiilii
228 Pa. Avenue Ni'I,
The best place for a goodHTeal audi
Lunch in the City. Meals, 25'cents;i
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 cts,
MEAL TICKETS. ,
23 regular meal tickets for $5, ten
twenty cent tickets for 1.90, ten fit
teen cent tickets for 1.50, five 25 emt
tickets for $1.15.
We have every convenience for
sending Meals out to Ladies and Gen
tlemen, also families. Breakfast frorai
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 12 to 6
Open from 6 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Furnished or unfurnished rooms
with board by the day, week or month
Pension Clerks will find this thei
most convenient place in the city. We
can serve you a first class meal in tent
100 TABLE BOARDERS
A Choice Assortment of
Fine Cigars, Cgarets
ALWAYS ON HAM
Having had many years of exper
ence in catering we are now prepared!
to give entire satisfaction to all1 who)
will give us their patronage.
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. Genera Manser.
Pon't forget? name and -number
1326 Fenn; Avemie, N. W