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IHH1M CIEMIi SALE
814 Seventh St. ) mfn
A CHANCE FOR
concluded to close out
IWh notified. we shall and LSt d0o? of n UntU
Hats and Bonnets, Trimmed and Untrimmed.
PLUMES, TIPS, FLOWERS. RIBBONS, LACES VRTTTFTQ catt-xto
SILKS, CORSETS, SILK, LISLE AtoUglOTe!
Ladies' and Children's Dresses and Jackets.
WEIY. LACE EIS WUte CREPE ,
fl2"r fail to embrace this opportunity.
THE NEW IDEA,
926 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets.
Headquarters for MILLINERY.
The Largest Stock of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and the largest assort,
ment of Plumes, Tips, Ribbons, Silks, Satins and Plow ers.
For this week we w:'ll sell 3,000 dozen Hats for 25 cents, all shapes and colors
100 dozen Beautiful plumes, 22 inches long, desirable colors, only 50 cents
5,000 dozen White Plumes, 24 inches long, only $1.00: 300 Bunch Tips, all
colors, 25 cents, 3 in a bunch.
REMEMBER, FOR THIS W EEK ONLY,
THE NEW IDEA
030 f th. Streets Between I and K.
Headquarters for Millinery.
730 71 Street. SAMTAGS'
I WILL SELL POR
6,50 Bonnets, 3,000 Untrimmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PRICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
US AT OHCS TO
730 7th St.
908 Seventh St., Between I and K Sts,
Have opened tne following Great Bargains
One case Handsome Lawns, 4c.
u u ' 5c.
One case 54 Sheeting, 12Jc.; usual
.. 64 16 "
a u 7.4 20 "
84 23 "
it QA 25 "
tolly 20c ft pair.
" " 12-4 " 3U
The above are in Ends and will only be sold by the piece. They are the
I IJSZSt acTufeT 3,000 dozen Ladies Dark hose, 15c.; they are worth
BTCHBENDS1 BALTIMORE STORE, 908 7th street, N. W.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
$37 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
PIJSTOS .AND OEGAJSTS
814 Seventh St,
ALL EN SEASON.
our extensive and fMhinnaM- -. ...
Call early to avoid the Rush
814 Seventh Street
AUCTION, 730 7th Street.
m must bs m.
Manager. 730 7t St.
Home Rule, Industry,
WASHINUTON, D. 0.. SaWSBaY,
For Sale at Reasonable
Toning, Repairing ana Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violin, muu
Gmtaw, and everything in the mutifihnfat maM mU'
OASH OK, ON INSTALMENTS.
JOH3ST In. JEliLiS & CO.,
MILITARY PIG N
VAN -NESS PARK,
FRIDAY, JUTE 22? 1883,
Company B, Capital City Guards
Por the Benefit of the Company.
We appeal to the generous public and our
many friends who have aided us bo nobly m
the past, to assist us in making this the
grandest Picnic of the Eeason. The com
mittee guarantee to all who favor us with
their presence, an agreeable time.
The Competive Drill will take place at G.30
o'clock between the members of Co. 13. C. C.
G.. for a Gold JMedal for the best drillman in
the manual of arms.
A dress parade will take place between the
Washington cadets and Co. A. and B. Cap
ital Uity Guards at 7 o'clock, under the con-
Music by a section of the Marine Band,
Consisting of seven pieces, by
Prpf. Kranse & Bro.
ADMISSION 25 Cents.
Children under 10 Years FREE.
JULY 4th, 1883.
Tlie Washington Cadet Corps
TTill give their Second Richmond
Excursion. Train will leave the Bal
timore and Potomac depot, corner of
6th and C streets, N. W., July 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 RQUSD 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.
Capt W. P. Gray; The Baltimore Rifles
of Baltimore, Lid., 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 At the depot on
the evening of the excursion.
Good Order Guaranteed.
A Seat for Evekybody.
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.
Cadet J. R.Brown.
Justice, Equality and Becoflnition
7o?t6 NoTiJ?k EH- P' (DftVi8 Branch)
723 boventh St K. W,, bet,wfceh G and H
btreets, continued rtduction for fine photo
graphs Cabinets, $2jjfcr tan; eabinde,
VL.Mmthalf dozen; cards, 1 perdozen.
Proofs shown and satisfaction guaranteed.
.V,- -V- EQW-SScor;' hSieScontlv
uuea up ineir arinojy unfair Sfcj0r won
Twelfth and Thirteenth, N. W., are not "pre!
pareJ to rent their armory to respectable
ptraons for parties, balls, &c. This elegant
and spacious hall has all the necessary con
veniences attached, suitable for receptions,
fairs, &c, it has, also, a ladies' and gentle
mans' dressing room, in short, it is the best
hall the colored peoplo could procure in thi?
city. For particulars, address Captain Kelly
H54 Q Street, N. W., or Second Auditors
Office, corner 17th and G. N. W., or Lieu
tenant Mnlvin, 1711 11 Street, N. W.. corner
10th and F Street, J. W.
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
uu uiiuu u uuuico sexecuon oi
. FRUITS, ICE CREAiM,
And Soda Water in season. AIbo cigars,
tobaccb, stationery, stamps, etc. Pure coun
try milk and ice for sale at lowest cash
WHITE, PYNN & CO.,
lave just opened their New Confectionery
and Ice Cream Saloon at No. 1500 ltith street,
corner of P, N. W., where they will keep
instantly on hand a choice selection of
confectionery, fruits, ice cream and water
ces. Families, balls, parties and picnics
erved at the shortest notice. N. B. Con
stantly on hand the choice brands of cigars
Ice Cream Saloon
Ail Confectionery Resort!
Foro'gn nnd Drmobt;c Fruit, Ginger A'e
viryday Aldeiuy Milk.
Oysters Fried & Stewed
Cigars and Tobacco.
11 9 I StroM, N. W.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
LADIES' AND G NTLEUEN'S
First-Class Secoiil-Haiul ClotMii,
BOOTS. SHOES, HAT8. ETC.
619 D St, bet Cth erd 7th te. N.
E S. JURTII Prnpretor.
Solicitor for Fire and Life In-
-urance. Office FEDERAL BUILDING. Room
55, comei 7th and F. Sr. N. W.
XT3-RESIDENCE, 1322 B St., N.E. -
Real Estate & Loins Negotiated
Reliable porenn3 can obtain arasll pr.ina oi
money by applying to
W. Augustus Stewart,
OiTicp room 11 Slav Builflimr, N. E crrnrr
7i Ii and E street. IhridencelTOJ Uth si ect
Jg" AI notices aUenflf d to promptly.
W. -! HaiTover
STOVES. RANGES AND FURNACES,
And dealer in Tablo CnUlerv, Tinware, H-juhc
l'iinii!ung G 'h, etc , 313 S-ventli Street,
N -ribwesl and 1'imnejlvani.i Avenue,
2x- Wa'lifngUiu. D.C.
HOUSE AXD WALL PAINTING,
Orders left at the office of The Bee
will be promptly .attended to. 1770 I
Street, X. "W. Apl-lm.
WBLLIAMS & MEREDITH,
348 Penn. Avenue, N. W.
HILL & HOLS1ES,
Celebrated Ice Cream and Confection
ary Saloon, wholes.de and retail. A1j?o
Tobacco, Cigars, etc. Xo. 340 Mary
land Avenue, S. TV., ."Washington,
D. C. Oysters and Game in Season.
Ice Cream Parior.cf
1118 KSFEEET. '
First-class Cream Wholesale and Re
tail. Orders promptly attended to.
Levi McCabe, Caterer.
TVXeals Served. Oxxt,
922 I Ith Street, N. W.
according to Merit.
JUNE 16, 1883.
London, Juno 13. The Truth says the
Queens knee is well again, bnt that she suf
fers from depression of spirits. She will
leave Scotland on the 20th inst.
The Czar has commuted the death sen
tences of the Nihilists Boganovitch, Telaloff
and Boutesvitch to penal eervitude for an
indefinite period. Ho baa also reduced the
sentences of Several other convicted Ni
hilists. . Right Hon. John Bright delivered an ad
dress at Birmingham last night in which he
expressed the opinion that the next presi
dential election in the United States would
bo fought on free trade issues.
Two envoys from the Anamito King have
arrived at Saigon and protested against the
action of the French at Hanoi. They said
that the fciig" desired a peaceful solution of
the present difficulty.
Business firms in St. Petersburg have
been required to promise that they will not
give workmen a holiday when the Czar makes
nWBiate'Oiray-ixtv u, niitz
One hundred and fifty men were recently
killed by the explosion of a powder magti
zine st Scutari.
It is understood that Pope Leo has invited
ten American Archbishops to Borne for con
sultation. At Mystic Bridge, Ct., at the ceremonies
attending tho dedication of the Soldiers'
Monument, while a salute was being fired
In honor of tho Governor by a battery oi
artillery from Fort Trumbull, Williams and
Bedgwick Posts, G. A. E., psssing at the
time, received the contents of two guns in
their ranks. Tho first discharge was re
ceived by AViUiams Post, but tho second,
which was more serious in its results, was
roceivod by Sedgwick Post. Eighteen men
wero.injured, more or less seriously, as fol
lows : Commander J. C. Brewer, of Sedg
wick Post, of Norwich, peppered from head
to foot with powder moto than thirty pieces
of coarse pdwder entering his side and
limbs; Lieutenant "Williams Uaruthers, As
sistant Postmaster at Norwich, head bruised
from powder, and it is feared his injuries
are fatal ; Charles Young, of Norwich, ar
tery cut in the leg and bleeding frofusely,
and peppered in the face, head and body
with coarse powder. Tho injuries of the
others are less serious. The injured, men
were consigned to private residences, and
medical attendance promptly summonod.
During tho cloven months of tho present
fiscal year ended May 31, there has been a
falling off in receipts from customs as
compared with tho corresponding
period of tho precoding year of $7,173,940.
It is estimated that the reduction will
amount to 10,000,000 by the close of the
fiscal year, June 30.
Col. Parker, chief inspector of the Post
office Department, has received telegrams
announcing the arrest of the following
named postal clerks for otealing ordinary
wfor from the u"jl ""..TL, Sinter, at
Lacrosse, Tvis.; Jfftilip Uilbudt, atajihut;-
apolis, Min., and R. T. Johnson, Marshall,
The boom in Confederate securities at
Richmond, Va., continues. There have been
sales at auction of North Carolina war bonds
at 4 per $1,000, and brokers are constant
buyers of all classes of Confederate coupon
aecurities. The house of Tranch & Co. ha
bought over 20,000,000 North of theso secur
ities'. A tornado passed over Chillicothe, Mo.
unroofing and overturning a number of
buil-'ings. Dennis Wolf was killed and his
house, containing his family, was carried
500 feet through the air. At Summer City
the Baptist Church and eleven other buil
dings were destroyed. At CarroJton Mo.
the people took refuge in their cellars from
the storm, but no very serious damage was
Tho Southern exposition, at Louisville,
Ky., offers a premium of $1,000 for the best
bal1 of long staple cotton, $5C0 fqr the Eec-
nd best and $250 for third best. The same
premiums are duplicated for the best three
bales of short staple, S500 for the best ex
hibit of Sea Island cotton and $250 for second
best. These cotton premiums offered make
tho list foot up $5,150. A Louisville cotton
house will increase tho amount to $10,000.
At Rockford, in Coosa county, Ala., a col
ored man named Jordan Corbin entered ihe
house of Benjamin Cardm and shot him and
his wife while in bed. Carden's son started
to give the alarm, when the colored man shot
him. All three were killed. Carden's daugh
ter, 14 years of age, escaped. It is thought the
colored man intended to assault the girl.
Scouting parties arc hunting for him.
Juror Vernon, one of tho star-route panel'
fell in a fit in the court-room, causing much
excitement The court then adjourned until
morning. Prior to adjournment Foreman
Crane and another juror desired instructions
certain points, which were given by
Judge Wylie. Tho language of tho foreman
seemed to imply that tho jury could not
aree as to a conspiracy to defraud the.gov
Londoh, June 12 It is reported that nego
tiations for tho settlement of the difficulties
between France and China are progressing
The basis of peace signed by Senorn
.Sovoa and Lavalle on behalf of Gen. Igle-
ias stipulates for the cession of all the tor.-:-jory
south of the river Cainarones to Chi!:,
the occupation by Chili of Tacua and Africa
lor ten years, after which a plebiscite is tc
r'ecide to whom they shall belong, and thf
.ountry gotting them is to pay an indemnity
f $l0,0'"X)f000 to tho ordoi.
London Juno 11 The trial of the dyna
mite conspirators, Dr. Gallagher, Bernard
Gallagher, Ansburgh, Cnrtin, Whitehead
and WriIon, who are charged with treason
abele felony, was began in London yester
day. Nothing material was developed.
The celebration to commemorate the ser
vices of Right Hon J oho Bright as repre
sentative in Parliament for over a quarter of
a century, wa3 begun at Birmingham yester
day. A procession a mile and a half in
length passed in review before Mr. Bright
and saluted him. One of the chief features
of the day's celebration was the presentation
of a gold medal to Mr. Bright.
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A telegram received in Paris states that
tho Chinese anthori ies have warned the
China Merchants' Steamship Company that
under the present circumstances it is advis
able to recall all vessels from th Straits of
Malacca and the waters of Cochin, China.
Herr Vcn Bennigsen has resigned bis seat I
in the Landtag and Beichstag on account of I
differences with the government on the new j
church bill and with Prince Bismarck.
I Jn the English House of Lords yesterday
the' bill legalizing marriage with a decoased
wifefs sister passod to its second reading by
a vote of 165 to 153.
Messrs. larnell and McDeviit have arrived
at a satisfactory understanding as to the
future course of the Irish party.
An appeal bond was filed in tho United
States Court at New Orleans yesterday in the
Myra Clark Gaines case, and it again goes
to the Supreme Court of the United States.
Mrs- Julia Wheeler banged herself in her
orchard, near Bridgeport, Ala., Saturday, on
account of the death of her husband.; She
leaves six small children.
Admiral John Randolph Tucker dropped
- a .h,-a wwidancein Petersburg, Va.,
aged 72. Ho resigned rrom . .. ,
States navy when the war broke out, nnd was
In tho Confederate navy till tho closo of tho
The city of Beloit, is., has bepn struck
by a cyclone and a number of houses dam
aged. Ono man was killed and several
wounded. The Northwestern Railway bridge
was blown down, and tho machinery room
of Rrck River paper mills complcatijr
wrecked. A freight train on tho Northwes
tern Railway, near Elmo, was picked up
bodily, except tho engine, and lifted from
je track. William Gleason was seriously
jnd W, E. Comstock, a traveling man of
Chicago, sUghtly hurt. Great damage was
lone by a wind-storm in Dickinson nnd Clay
counties, Kansas, on Monday night. Thir
teen buildings were blown down, and a little
)hild was killed. The small village of In
lustry, in Clay county, was almost entirely
The pig-iron trade is reported by the sec
retary of the American Iron and Steel As
sociation to be in a very unsatisfactory con
dition. At the beginning of the present
lionth there were 688 furnaces in tho coun
y, of which only 351 were in blast.
John Denney, of Dover, Del., registered
t tho Warhington House Denver, Col., a
.ewdays ago. He failed to make his appear
ance in the morning, and on opening his
room ho was found with his throat cut, He
was out of money.
Judge Billings, in he United States Cir.
cuit Court at New Orleans, yesterday refused
the application of the city of New Orleans
for a reduction, of ik appeal bond in the
Gaines case. The bond is $2,500,000.
Havre de Grace, Md., was visited with a
terrible fire. The large planing mill, -sash
factory, stable and other buildings belong
ing to John Dubois, were totally destroyed,
together wih four million Jeet white pine
ii fln7fcn,l".nber. The estimated loss is from
The trial of United States Marsun
bech, in the United States Court at Mont
gomery, Ala., for the alleged offense of
having a depu y marshal made false ac
counts against the government in the spring
of 1880, was concluded by a verdict of not
In New York, Patrick Ryan, the bogus re "
porter who swindled Win. J. Florence and
other actors out of various sums of money
on the pretense that the contributions were
or sufferers by the Southern floods, was sen
tenced to two years in the penitentiary.
It is said that in accordance with the rec
ommendations mado by tho naval commis
sion the Lieguo Island navy-yard will be
closed on tho 15th of Juy next. This will
throw some 503 per ons out of work.
A company has been organized in New
York to lay two new cables between this coun
try and Europe. It is Slid the enterprise
will be carried out.
It is stated that rich deposits of lead and
silver ore have been discovered on the line
of the new railroad up tho Schuylkill Valley.
A fire in Wm. Seemuller & Co.'b auction
house of Baltimore, caused a damage of
The wife of James Herron of Ohioville,
Beaver county, died last week in giving birth
to a ninth child. Her mother and grand
mother both died in giving birth to a nintl
child. Mrs. Herron was so thorougldy .satis
fied that she would die, that months ago she
begnn to make preparations for the f uaeral.
An arrival from the Chiricahaus brings in
formation to the Epitaph that Gen. Crook
has returned from his expedition and is en
camped on Silver creek, at the south end of
the Chiricahuas, where he arrived yesterdy
afternoon, sixty miles southeast of this
place, Saco Chatto, with 2S0 hostiles, surren
dered and wero brought in bp Gen Crook,
who recrossed the line last Saturday. Among
tho prisonera were 75 bucks. It is believed
that Gen. Crook will return and endeavor
to capture the warriors. His command ii
in good fighting trim. There have been no
casualties so far.
North Vemon, Ind., was visited by a
cyclone Sunday night, which demolished
several houses. A tornado struck Brush
Creek, Iowa, and blew one-third of the town
away, causing a loss of from $30,000 to
&40 000. Tho same storm did much damage
at Tripoli, Iowa, and several other places in
m. rmm for tha government in tho
star-route trial presented to the com' j
twenty prayers for instructions and the conn-
sclfor defense over a hundred. Mr. Kerr
argued tho prayers for the government and
Mr. Davidge replied for tho defense. Judge '
Wylie wiU deliver his charge to the jury to-
The office of the American Railway Supply
Company and the Universal Printing and
Manufacturing Company, at 310 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia, has been robbed of
2,300 shares of stock of the second named
company, and a note for $2,300, valued in
all at $10,400. There are no marks of vio-
lence about the place, and other valuables .
in the office were not disturbed.
A dispatch from Dallas, Texas, say3 the .
cattle drve so far this season exceeds expec-
tations. Over 200,000 head of cattle have
airpadv massed over the trail that leads
through Albany, and this does not include
more than half the number
driven from the State.
that will b
CHASE, Editor asi Pboemexob.
SPBHG IS HM fflD so an
1226 Pa. Avenue, F.W.,
The best place for a good Mfcal1 andl
Lnnch in the City. Meals, 25 cents
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 ctg.
23 regular meal tickets for $5, tern
twenty cmt tickets for $1.90, ten fif
teen cent tickets for $1.50, five 25 cent
tickets for $1.15.
We have every convenience foil
sending Meals out to Ladies and Gen
tlemen, also families. Breakfast fromi
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 12 to 61
Open from 6 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Furnished or unfurnished rooms
r ... t. ,iov wpicor monthi
Pension Clerk3 will find this the
most convenient place in the city. "We
can serve you a first class meal in tern
100 TABLE BOAEDERS;
A Choice Assortment ofi
Fine Cigars, Cgarets
ALWAYS ON HANDi
Having had many years of exper,
ence in catering we are now prepared!
to give entire satisfaction to alll who
will give us their patronage.
Don't forget namei andl number;,
1226 Penn: A-vgnne, Ni W