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VOlThT"" , ' '."''- WASffMGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, 3UNE 9; 1883. ' - ''"-.':... . ' NO. 2, I
smi-ANNUAL mm sale
k CHANGE FOR
Wp have ronduded to close out our extensive and fashionable stock of
Mtowy a month earlier than usual, in order to give our customers a chanc
whn in ied of goods. Take notice, therefore, that from this date on until
f-jr'iw notified, we shall and intend to close out our entire stock of ,
Hats and Bonnets, Trimmed and Untiiir rrcd.
PL'-ME- TIPS. FLOWER5. RIBBONS, LACES. VELVETS, SATINS.
ILKS, CORSETS, SILK, LISLE AND lD GLOVES.
Ladies' and Children's Dresses and Jackets.,
.'EXTELRT. LA'OE FiOHUS AXD SCARFS, BLACK ENGLISH CREPE ;
ALSO BACK DRESS SILK. ,
B'n't fail to embrace this opportunity,
ear or Cloudy Weather,
Wonderful Effects by the
vlir6?0 introduce itiahi
The Finest Skylight and Most Spacious Rooms
Soutti of FhiaicfeEphia.
Hours &!? Sittingrs5 from 4.. JM. t O I. 1M9
925 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEAR 10TH STREET.
$iw ial Kates made to Clubs of 5. 10 and 20.
Have opened and are
Nos. -4r04r and. 406
With a full and complete stock of goods, consisting of silks in every variety.
Dress Goods, complete, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery, endless, Linen department,
full, Housekeeping Goods, a large stock, Gent's Furnishings, Ladies' Under
wear, Parasols, Shawls, Domestics, Notions, &c., all bought for sharp cash.
We arc here to stay, and we offer our goods in every department at fair
prices, which means that we will not be undersold.
Wo have one price, which gives every one fair and honest dealings.
tnien prices BREAX, "we will be there." All alike will have the benefit.
736 7th Street, 736
Young's Cheapest Place.
J; E. Young's old established stand. Go there and save 25 per cent, for
'&?. Satins, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Dress Goods, Hoop Skirts, Bussels
New Presents Daily. It will pay you to go there.
908 Seventh Stf Between I and K Sts.
. Have opened the following Great Bargains
One case Handsomfr Lawns, 4c.
One case 5-4 Sheetincr. 12ic: usual price. 17.
. . ..
7-4 SO "
12-4 30 "
The above are in Ends and wiU only be sold by the piece, iney are, in
bfst gooas manufactured. 3,000 dozen Ladies Dark hose, loc: they are ortl.
nlly 20c a "pair
T. BEHRENDS' BALTIMORE STORE, 908 7th street, X. -"W.
PALAGE 1 " Ct.'81' ,
ALL EN SEASON. .
Call early to avoid the Rush
814 Seventh Street.
city. Also the onginators of low prices.
in full blast at
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25. . it .
THE NEW IDEA,
926 Seventh Street'
Headquarters for MILLINERY.
The Largest Stock of trimmed and
ent Of Plumes. Tins. "Ribbons. Silks,
ment of Plumes, Tips, Ribbons, Silks,
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or wee we W'U sel1 3,00 dozen ?ats for25 cents- a11 shapes and colors
10..(dozen beautiful plumes, 22 inches long, desirable colors, only 50 cents.
'000 dozen White Plumes, 24 .inches long, only $1.00; 300 Bunch Tins, all
colors, 25 cents, 3 in a bunch.
THE NEW IDEA
9S6 'rtli Street,
HeadO USjrteT S
EVER KNOWN IN WASHINGTON CAN BE FOUND AT
THE ONLY DWIiL tUI MISFIT STORE,
912 P Street, Opposite Masonic Temple,
READ TEE 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 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; 800 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 & CO.
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
IPXAISTOS AND ORGkAJSTS
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms
lEaning, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violins, Fintea,
Guitars, and everything in the mnsio line for
CASH OK ON INSTALMENTS.
JOHIST F-. ELLIS & CO.,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
730 m Street. SWAGS' AUCTION. 730 Hi Street.
I WILL SELL FOR THIRTY BAYS
f ,500 Bonnets,-3,000 Untrimmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PRICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
COMB IT DIE THE STOCK MUST 81 SOU.
730 7th St. Manager. 730 7t St.
" - Streets.
untrimmed Hats and the largest assort
S:it.in: jinrt Pl.nvora
Satins and Flowers.
THIS "W EEK ONLY,
3Bet - weeii I and. X.
f OF 1111116 ,
MILlTftRY PfC NIC
1ilnl Nr PuKr
tl IUvPU 5 ni5S.
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 18S3,
ComDanY B, Capital City Guards !
w f j ? r j
For the Benefit of the Company
We Jippc.il to the generous public and our
Trany friends who hnve nided us so nobly iu
the past, to assist us in mnkinp this the
grandest Picnis of the season. The com
mittee guarantae to nil who favor us with
their presence, fur ngrceabla time.
mi 'n it. . T..;il rJll r.l-n -rilnronf f5 Sfl
o'clock Seen tl.e members of Co. B. C. C. I
G., for a Gold Medal for the bestaniiman in
the manual of arms.
A dress parade will tako place between the
Washington cadets and Co. A. and B. Cap
ital City Guards at 7 o'clock, under the com
mand of Captain C. A. Fleetwood.
Music by a section of the Marine Rand,
Consisting of seven pieces, by
Prpf. Kranse & Bro.
ADMISSION 25 Cents.
Children under 10 Years FREE.
JULY 4th, 1853.
The lasliDiton Caflet Corps
"Will give their Second Richmond
Excursion. Train will leave the Bal
timore and Potomac depot, corner of
Gth and C streets, X. "W., .Tulv 3d,
1883, at 11 o'clock. Returning, will
leave Richmond. Va., Wednesday
night, July 4th, at 12 o'clock, reaching
Washington Thursday, July 5th, 1883,
at6 a. m.
TICKEIS FOR THE ROUND TRIP:
For Adults $2.00
For Children between 5 and 12 yrs. 1.00
For Children under 5 yrs., Free.
The various Military and Civic So
cieties have been invited to attend in
order to participate in the grand
Parade and Review to be held in Rich
mond on the afternoon of July 4th.
Company B. of the Capital City Guard.
CaptW. P. Gray; The Baltimore Rifles
of Baltimore, Md., Geo. M. Matthews;
and others have already signified their
Members of the committee will
attend at the depot to procure tickets
for ladies and those desiring assistance
tickets will be sold only dt the depot on
the evening of the excursion.
Good Order Guaranteed,
A Seat for Everybody.
Committee of Arrangements.
1st Lieut. Jas. A . Perry, Chairman.
1st Sargeant A. J. Brooks.
Sergeant, J. II. Saunders.
Corporal, Richard Laws.
Cadet, J. A. Payne. ,
Cadet, J. B. Wright. ,
Cadrt J. R.Brown. ,, . t -,,
A correspondent of the Philadelphia
Bulletin, traveling abroad, .says: I
was much interested in the fratonia,
the place where the olive oil is made,
' and had the opportunity-to watch the
whole procasa. Signor Matteini has
just erected a very fjne new building
fb? the purpose, 'anPhkaf introduced
machinery, an innovation most dis
pleasing to the unprogrersive conta
dini mind he would prefer the slow
primitive method, though it consumed
more than twice or thrice the time and
was infinitely more laborious. We
saw the great bags of olives emptied
between two large grindstones, which
crushed them thoroughly; they are
, then put into soft wicker baskets and
placed under heavy presses; from
these the pure oil runs into marble
vats iH another room, is left to settle
for a short time, and is then bottled.
To us who are used to seeing one flask
' of olive oil at a time it was q-t'.teover-!
powering to behold hundreds of gal
t tons produced so quickly.
Under the Hathand.
Gentlemen should never fail to fn 1
vestigato beneath the sweat bands of
1L..I. ..-.. V.n4-.-. fItK--fc lnn7n rtTft I
stitched m gm and it has come to
ve uite a coramon thing for them to I
either write their name and address on
the Inside of the band, or to write it,
sometimes including a little note, upon J
a slip of paper stitched in. If a girl
's of an aspiring nature she honors
only the most expensive hafts with her
name; but oftentimes the nam-3 of a !
don't-care ctrl mav be found in the !
, plainest kind of a felt s'.ouoh. A is I
authoratively stated that several good 1
' matches have been cemented upon tke
! basis of a hatband note. Wa'.erburff
The Xev York Photo. Co., (Davis Branch)
72J Seventh St.. K. W., between G and H
t-treots, continued rednct.on for fine photo
gruplfc Cabinets, $2 per dozen ; cabinds,
51.5J per half dozen: cards, 1 per dozen.
Proofs shown and satisfaction guaranteed.
Co. A, Capitol City Guard, liavinjr 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. This elegant I
and spacious hall has all the necessary con- ,
veniences attached, suitable for reception?, j
fairs, &c, it has, also, a ladies' and entJe
rnans1 dressing room, in short, it is the best j
hall the colored people could procure in this !
city. For particulars, address Captain Kelly I
1454 Q Streot, N. W.. or Second Auditors I
Office, comer 17th and G. N. W.. or Lien- .
tenant Mnlviu, 171! 11 Street. N- W.f coner '
10th and F Siree, N. W. 1
230 GASES OF HATS.
Great Bargains at A. Dittrich's Hat Fac- i
tory in j
&LK, FELT A5D STRAW HATS, j
will be sold at manufacturer's prices, j
30 per cent, cheaper than any other house in ;
the city. Military Cape and Hats made to t
order. Call at A. DITT1UCH, the Great '
Hatter, 724 7th Street. may 5-tf
419 11th Street, ST. W., Between Perm 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 j
WILLIAM L. FREEMAN & CO,
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 selectionof
FRUITS, ICE CREAM,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigars,
tobacco, stationery, stamps, etc Pure coun
try milk and ice for sale at lowest casn ;
WHITE, PYNN & GO.,
Have just opened their New Confectionery '
and Ice Cream Saloon at No. 1600 16th street, 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. N. B. Con- !
v.antly on hand the choice brands of cigara ,
and tobacco. ,
HILL & HOLMES,
Celebrated Ice Cream and Confection
ary Saloon, wholesale and retail. Also
Tobacco, Cigars, etc. Xo. 346 Mary
land Avenue, S. W., Washington. !
D. C. Oysters and Game in Sason. ;
Ice Cream Parlorp,
1118 K STREET.
I First-class Crpam Wholesale and Re-j
tail. , Orders promptly attended to.
SPRIG IS HERE MD SO AM I
1226 Pa. Avenue, 2T. W.
Thebest place for a good Meall and'
Lunch in the City. Meals, 25 Gents;
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 cts.
23 regular meal tickets for, $5j, ten
twenty cent tickets for $1.90, ten fif
teen cent tickets for $1.50, five 25' cent
tickets for 1.15.
We have every convenience for
sending Meals out to Ladies and Gen
tlemen, also families. Breakfast from
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 the
most convenient place in the city. Wo
can serve you a first class meal in ten
100 TABLE BOARDERS
A Choice Assortment of
Fine Cigars, Cgarets
ALWAYS OH HA
Havfng had many years of exper
ence in catering we are now prepared
to give entire satisfaction to all1 who
will give ns their patronage.
Da't forget name and) number
1Q, 26 Penn. Avenue, N. "5