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Home Rule, !nfry, JMtiee, Equality and Rtcognitlon according to Merit.
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WASHINGTON, D. Crt SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883.
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IB! BABLY SI
814 Seventh St. ) fffVfl'q P A I A PI? 5 814 Seventh St.
Northwest. iMHIlO lllljflulil Northwest
Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices.
Trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats, sold formerly from $5 to $12, are now
on) v $2.50 to $6.
A choice lot of Fine colored Leghorn Hats, worth $1.25, at 25 and 50 cents.
BIhcI: fine French Chip Hats at 25 cents worth 1.25.
ffipgant Tips, all colors, 37, 50, 75 cents, and $1 a bunch.
'sp c fa e Is
AT 75c5 $i.50 AMD $2,
AT $2-50, $3 AND $3.50.
Sa& Kibbons from 5 to 9 inches wide, from 10 to 75 cents per yard
Fhvcors at 40 per cent, less than Importer's Frices.
Velvets, Silks, Satins and Laces at a discount of 33 per cent.
Ladi.s' and Children's Dresses at 30 per cent, less than cost.
Silk Mitts. Lisle and Silk Gloves, lower than elsewhere.
Black and English Crape and Black Dress Silk at astonishingly low nrices
fliirsfnffc iRhminrftnrrn Poll on,l ,imi u:,. -PA , !".
w - h". vuu miu cuiuidtc mis uppuiLuniLy to ouy oar-
730 7th Street. SAMTA&S'
I WILL SELL FOR
g,5QG Bonnets, 3f000 Untrirnmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PRICES.
'25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
COME AT IE
730 7th St.
THE NEW IDEA,
926 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets.
Headquarters for MILLINERY.
The Largest Stock of trimmed and untrirnmed Hats and the largest assort
ment of Plumes, Tips, Ribbons, Silks, Satins and Flowers,
For this week we will 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, enly $1.00; 300 Bunch Tips, all
colors, 25 cents, 3 in a bunch.
REMEMBER, FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
THE NEW IDEA,
92Q Yth. Street Between I and. 3K.
Headquarters for Millinery.
JOHN P. ELLIS & CO.
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
:piA.:sros and orgkajsts, -
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Term
Sg, Impairing and MoTing promptly attended to. Oomat Yiolins, Flmtec.
Guitars, mdTerything in the mroio Has for
Cash ok oisr IN'S'AJL.M:Eir,x,.
JOEQST F1. EXXiXS & CO.,
814 Seventh Street
AUCTION. 730 7th Street
STOCK MET BE I
Manager. 730 7t
LONDON MISFIT STORE,
1 2 F STREET,
OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE.
Has bought the entire stock of a failing manufacturcrTand offers the following
great bargains: 1,000 White Vests, Marseilles, Duck an(K$men, your choice
for 48 cents, really worth $2. 4O0English Seersucker Suits in ten different
shudes, 4.75, worth $10. eiifc eersuckr-kiit'-fiOyth $22vltte
Elannel Coats, $2.25, worth $5. 1,000 Office Coat4?, 42 cents. 1,000 Alpaca
and Mohair Coats, $1.50. 500 Men's suits in 20 different patterns, your choice
$6, worth $12. 500 Blue Flannel Suits, $5, $6 and $7. Bargains. 500 Chil
dren's Suits $1.87, $2.25 and $2.50. Sailor Suits from 4 to 11 years, $1.25.
Men's "Working Pants, 62 cents, 75 cents, 87 cents and $1. All Wool Pants
1.75, $2.25, $2.50 and $3, worth double the money.. Boys' Suits from 12 to
17, $2.05. 2.87 and $3 These Suits are great bargains.
THE ONLY ORIGINAL MISFIT STORE,
912 F Street, Opposite Masonic Temple, Six doors from 9th Street.
We have no connection with any fictitious imitating concerns in basements
908 Seventh St., Between I and IC Sts
Have opened the following Great Bargains
One case Handsome Lawns, 4c.
One case 54 Sheeting, 12Jc; usual
6-4 " lb " .
tt tt 12.4.
tko nhnvn are in Ends and will only
best goods manufactured. 3,000 dozen Ladies Dark hose, 15c; they are worth
ftdly 20c a pair.
T. BTCHRENDS' BALTIMORE STORE, 908 7th street, N. W.
JULY 4th, 1883.
The Wasliiton Cadet Corp
Will 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.
TICKEJS FOR THE EOUXD TRIP:
For Adults $2.00
For Children between 5 and 12 yrs. 1.00
For Children under 5 yrs., Free.
The various Military and Qivic 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 Rides
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 at the depot
on the day and evening of the excur
sion. Buy your tickets in the d.iy to
avoid the crowd in the evening.
Good Order Guaranteed.
A Seat for Everybody.
Committee of Arrangements.
1st Lieut. Jas. A . Perry, Chairman.
1st Sargeant A. ,T.T3rooks.
Sergeant, J. II. Saunders.
Corporal, Eichard Laws.
Cadet, J. A. Payne.
Cadet, J. B. Wright
Cadet J. Ii. Brown.
WILLIAM L IRMAN & CO,
Have just opened their NEW
At No. 1501 corner of M and Fifteenth
street, N. W.,where they willfceep constantly
on hand a choice seleotionlof
FEUITS, ICE CREAM,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigars,
tobacco stationery, stamps, etc Pure ooun
try rrSiandice for sale at lowest cash
WrJiflTPYNN & CO.,
zja 4ncf rmened their New Confectionery
5S 5a?fts5oS at No. 1600 16th street,
M2i?S NVW., where they will keep
SSSnSy on W a choic selection of
SSSKKflByr fruits, ice cream and water
rv"eaat the shortest notice. N. B.-Con-sonhandthechoicerands
be sold by the piece. : Thev are the
The New York Photo. Co., (Davis Branch)
723 Seventh St., N. W., between G and H
Streets, continued reduction for fine photo-
fraphs Cabinets, $2 per dozen ; cabinets,
1.50 per half dozen; cards, $1 per dozen.
Proofs shown and sati?f action guaranteed
- FOE KENT-
Co. A, Capitol City Guard, having recently
fitted up tbeir armory on E Street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth, N. W., are now pre
pared to rent tbeir armory to respectable
persons for parlies, balla, &c. This elegant
and spacious hall has all the necessary con
veniences attached, suitable for receptions,
fairs, &c, it has, al3o, a ladies' and gentle
mans' dressing room, in short, it is the best
hall the colored people could procure in this
city. For particulars, address Captain Kelly.
1454 Q Street, N. W or Second Auditors
Office, corner 17lh and G- N. W., or Lieu
tenant Malvin, 1711 11 Street, N. W., corner
10th and F Street, N. W.
Ci O TO OH A.SE585$
Ice Cream Saloon
M Confectionery Resort!
Foreign and Tomofctic Fruits, Ginger A'e,
3oda, French Cakes, Pied, Biscuits, ito U
every day Alderny Milk.
Oysters Fried & Stewed
Cigars and Tobacco. 11 9 I Street, N. W.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
LADIES' AND G NTLEJIEN'3
First-Class SgciM-M (Mini
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS. ETC.
619 D St, bet th and rth &ts. IT.
E S. JUSTH. Proprietor.
Solicitor for Fire and Life In
surance. Office FEDERAL BO ILD1SG. Boom
55, comer 7ih and F. Sr. N. W.
BW RESIDENCE, 1322 B St., N. E. -
HOUSE AND WALL PAINTING,
GK AIMING, &C.
Orders left at the office of The Bee
will be promptly attended to. 1107 I
Street, N. W. Apl-lm.
Real Estate & Loans Negotiated
Reliable per8on3 can obtain small sums oi
money by applying to
W. Augiistiw Stewart,
Office room corner of 10th and F street
Residence, 1703 l'Jth street, N. W.
jar AH notices attended to promptly.
"W. -1. JEa-rrovei,
STOVES. RANGES AND FURNACES,
And dealer in Table Cut! J err, Tinware, Houac
FurniHbing Goods, etc . 313 Seventh Street,
Norlbwest and Pennsylvania Avenno,
Zi- Washington, D.C.
WILLIAMS & MEREDITH,
348 Penn, Avenue, N. W.
Ice Cream Parlore,
1118 K STREET.
First-class Cream "Wholesale and Re
tail". Orders promptly attended to.
IiONDOif, June 21. James Carey, the in
former, has the option of proceeding to one
of the British colonies or of being released
and allowed to remain in Dublin without
The Marquis Tseng, the Chinese ambassa
dor, and Prime Minister Ferry, of France,
had an interview yesterday. The former
was very conciliatory on all points except
that of recognition of a French suzerainty
over Annam. His views on this principle,
he said, he would not abandon.
In the inquiry which is now in progress at
Mullingar, Ireland, in connection with the
murder "of Mrs. Bmythe in April, 1882, an
informer testified that an aesaesination bo-
ciety had been started by Michael and John
Fagan with the object of removing tyrants
and bad landlords.
United States Senator Jones, of Florida,
was present in the House of Commons yes
terday, and communicated with several
Irish members. He will next week attend a
banquet to be given by the Mayor of Dublin.
At the French Cabinet Council yesterday
it was positiYe'y stated that t .& Queen of
Madagascar had been dead six months, and
that the military party had concealed the
Prime Minister Ferry made a speech at
the opening on Wednesday of the Tennis
Court at Versailes, where the Third Estate
met in 1789 and swore not to dissolve until a
constitution had been obtained.
Judge Hoadly has been nominated for
Governor by the democratic convention as
sembled at Columbus, Ohio, on the s- cond
ballot, and J. G. Warrick was nominated for
the Lieutenant-Govornorship by acclama
tion. Two warehouses attached to the distillery
of John Gibson & Sons, at Gibsontown, Pa.,
have been burned, and 10,000 barrels of
whisky were distroyed. The loss is put at
500,000. It is said the fire was started by
the bursting of a barrel, wluch threw whisky
over a burning lamp. A number of explo
sions occurred during the progress of the
fire, and fifteen men were more or less sev
erely injured. This is the second great fire
that has occurred at Gibsons' distillery with
in six months.
Capt. Hall, of the brig Carrie Bertha, of
Jersey City, has been fined 300 in the
United States District Court at Trenton, N.
Ji, for smuggling 10,000 Cuban cigars into
this Country. The first mate of the vessel
was fined 200; the second mate $100, and a
sailor who was concerned in the smuggling
A tornado struck the south part of Living
ston county, Mo., in what is known as the
"Low Gap" country, and swept away twen.
ty-fivo or thirty farm houses, spreading
havoc in its track. Two men were killed
and fifteen or twenty injured.
Judgment to the amount of $12,000 havo
been entered at Indiana, Pa., against E. H.
"Wilson, cashier of the Indiana County De
posit Bank. Wilson is heavily involved by
the failure of the Mahoning (Armstrong
county) Furnace Company.
Thomas Scanlanhas been donvicted in
Cincinnati by a jury on an indictment under
the Tramp law. The penalty is from one to
three years in the penitentiary. This is said
to be the first conviction under this statute
In Chicago a decrae of court has been en
teren permitting Mrs. Francis Maria Sco
ville, sister of Chas. J. Guiteauand divorced
wife of Geo. Scoville, to change her name to
Francis Maria Howe.
London, June 20. The condition of Queen !
Victoria is such as to excite considerable
Before the Fisheries Conference in London
Tuesday, the Prince of Wales read a paper,
written by the Duke of Edinburgh, sug
gesting that the example of the American
government, -which devotes a sum annually
for the breeding of sea fish, is well worthy
imitation by Europeon powers.
The French confidently expect the" submis
sion of the Hovas in a short time. The
Malagassy embassy now in Paris will return
at once to London to try to enlist the aid of
England in the settlement of their difficul
ties with France.
The arrest in Berlin of the Polish author,
Krazewski and other persons charged with
giving information to Russian revolutionists
regarding the movements of Russian troops
will lead to their trial on charges of high
The Chinese ambassador at Paris hopes
for a pacific solution of the difficulty be
tween France and China.
Most of the Irish bishops have given
thorough adherence to the Pope's recent
Prince Bismarck's condition is worse.
The remains of eighty-five of the victims
of the catastrophe at "Victoria Hall, Sun
derland, England, Saturday were interred
yesterday. The number of deaths resulting
thus far has reached 202.
The French Admiral Pierrie, in a dispatch
from Tamatave, Madagascar, dated June 13,
announces that he presented an ultimatum
to the Hova government, which rejected it.
He then captured Tamatava and destroyed
Toule Point, Mbhambo and Tenerive. The
French have firmly established themselves
in these positions' without suffering any loss
of men. A state of riege has been pro
claimed. The English House of Commons last eve
ning, by a vote of 286 to 16, rejected a mo
tion made by Mr. Taylor, member for Lei
cester, against compulsory vaccination.
The French Senate has ratified the conven
tion relating to the question of of claims
for indemnities between the United States
The Marquis Tseng, the Chinese ambas
sador to France, had an interview with Prime
Minister Ferry yesterday.
The revolt of the Albanian tribes has been
suppressed, and the Albanians are asking
A large fire was raging jn Lyons, France,
late last night.
Gen. Wallace, the American minister to
Turkey, has sent ft note to the Porte abso
lutely declining to accept the proposed li
cense tax on foreigners trading in Turkey.
In the Itallian Chamber of Deputies re- '
gret was expressed that the United States '
unduly taxed imported works of art and a
motion was ultimately a dopted requesting
the government to introduce a special bill
dealing with the question.
The publication of the documents relative
to Ireland has caused some differences in
the Curia at Rome. A special commission
has been appointed, which, in the future,
will examine all Irish questions arising.
E. L. Stewart, the aeronaut, made an as
cension from Fayette, Mo., in an old hot-air
balloon, which burst when it attained the
height of about 2,000 feet. The balloon and r
aeronautcamedownwitha rush and both j
plunged into the Bonne Femme creek and j
at once disappeared. Stewarts body was re- I
The conxratksiat Huron, Dak., for ths i
purpose of preparing a platform for the oi-
ganization of South Dakota as a state, on. .
Tuesday adopted resolutions looking to the
admission of Dakota as aetata of the Union,
and calling for a delegate convention to
meet September 4th next for that purpose.
A clerk in . ampbelle's store, at Prospect, i
Term., was killed with an axe and the store
robbed. Three negroes were arrested, and I
while the inquest was in progress a mob took
one of them, Wesley Warren, out of the jail
and hung him. The others were released. j
Dr. Hathaway, who is now in prison at ,
Pluladelphia, charged with assault, has be"9n
held to answer snndry charges of malprac- ,
tiee. The skulls of 21 infants were found j
in the cellar of the dwelling occupied by '
The Willamson & Stewart Paper Company, (
of St- Louis, havo made an assignment.
Assets 152,000, subject to a deed of trust
for nearly 103,000.
The situation along the Missouri river did
not materially change yesterday. The water
rose about eight inches, and last evening was
nearly stationery. At Brownsville, below
Piaatsmouth, in Nebraska, the river fell an
inch and a-balf yesterday. Most of tha
trains East and North were stopped. Tha
Alton and Chicago and St Louis trains are
running as usual, as are also those on the
Missouri Pacific to St. Louis. The Hannl
bal road sent out its passengers last night,
going four miles down the river by ferry to
Eandolph and there transferring. There
were no trains on the Rock Island road last
night. The Wabash, the Council Bluffs and
the Burlington ruads to Denver have been
abandoned 6ince Saturday. The Missouri
Pacific north is also submerged. A special
from Helena, Ark., says the rise in the river
there is steady and alarmingly great. The
gauge shows a rise of seven inches a day.
Much of the bottom country is already suf
fering. The levee convention at Baton Rouge, La.,
yesterday adopted a resolution requesting the
Governor of Louisiana to invite the Gov
ernors of the States of Mississippi, Ar
kansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Illinois to
appoint delegates to an interstate conven
tion, to be held at Vicksbure on the first
Monday in October, to devise means and
plans for bringing about harmonious action
for securing the Mississippi Valley from dis
astrous overflows. The plans of the Missis
sippi river commission for improving navi
gation were indorsed. It was also resolved
that the Red river ought not to be diverted
from the Mississippi.
The Milton Hydraulic Mining Company's
reservoir, near Smartsville, Cal., contain
ing 650,000,000 cubic feet of watert burst'
The rush of water was irresistible and swept
every tiling in its path. It raised the Middle
Yuba river 100 feet and carried away all the
bridges. Several lives are reported to have
A cyclone formed about a mile west of
Steubenville, Ohio, and, passing over the
city, dropped on a high hill in the northern
section, and whirled from there into the
Ohio river, destroying everything in it3
track. A column of water rose to a height
of a hundred feet from the point in the Tiver
where the cyclone spent its force.
While a public sale was in progress near
Ravanna, Mo., a heavy thunderstorm came
up, and about thirty men took refuge in a
large barn. The building was struck by
lightning, and John Bowerc, James Barrie
and George Waytt were killed and two or
three others were injured.
Presscott Bros. &Co., the largest and old
est hardware firm at Fort "Wayne, Ind., have
made an assignment to George H. Wilson
for the benefit of the preferred creditors,
presenting claims amouning to $50,000.
The liabilities are $9Q,.00 and assets 100,000.
The Mississippi levee convention met at
Baton Rouge, La. Judge J. M. Howell was
elected president. A committee on resolu
tions, composed of CO delegates, was ap
pointed, to which all reports and papers re
lating to the levee system were referred.
A party or eleven, six gentlemen and five
ladies, belonging in this city, are making
preparations for a tour of six weeks in the
mountains of Virginia. They will walk all
i the way, and will start about July 1. They
1 first visit Warrenton. They will carry two
tents, one for the ladies and one for the gen
tlemen. Four of the ladies are single, and
will be in charge of a married lady who will
accompany them. They will have one wagon
to carry their tents, luggage and provision5
Ex-Postmaster Ainger, who was dismissed
from office at the instance of Mr. George
Bliss for an alleged defence of the star route
ring, has written a letter to Mr. Bliss, in
which he sarcastically alludes to his failure
to convict in the recent star route trial.
The counsel for the prosecution in the star
route case has entered a nolle pros.in the case
of Rerdell, and he was released. The coun
sel for Kellogg submitted pleas in abate
ment in his case and General Brady will ap
pear in court to renew bail for his appear
ance when his trial comes up.
Postmaster Adreon -yesterday received
from the money order division at Washing
ton a circular stating that on and after Mon
day, July 2, a single domestic money order
may be issued for any amount fom one cent
to one hundred dollars. The fees are reduced
at that time to the following: Orders not
over $10, eight cents; $10 to $15, ten cents,
$15 to 30, fifteen cents; $30 to 40, twenty
cents; $40 to $50," twenty-five cents; $50 to
$60, thirty cents; $60 to 70, thirty-five cents;
$70 to $80, forty cents; $80 to 100, fory-five
cents. Postmasters cannot issue more than
three orders to the same person in one dayf
in favor of the same payee, at the same
SPRH IS HUE MD SO B I
1226 Pa. Avenue, IT. W.
The best place for a goodiMfeali and'
Lunch in the City. Meals; 25- cents;,
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 cts.
23 regular meal tickets for $5, ten
twenty cent tickets for $1.90, tern fif
teen cent tickets for $1.50, five 25 Gent
tickets for $1.15.
"We have every convenience fov
sending Meais out 10 .Ladies ana 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 room
with board by the diiy, week or month
Pension Clerks will find this the
most convenient place in the city. "We
can serve you a first class meal1 in ten
100 TABLE BOARDERS
A Choice Assortment of
ine Cigars, Cgarets
ALWAYS ON HARD,
Having had many years of exper
ence in catering we are now prepared
to give entire satisfaction to all who
will give us their patronage.
Doiyt forget name and; nnaaber,
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