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Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit.
W. 0. CHASE, Editob ajto Ebopmetos.
WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883.
'ffiSt5'- iBHG'S PALACE 1 '" J.5SS&."-
Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices.
jnnniH'iI IV lorn Bonnets an I Hats, sold former v from $5 to $12. an now
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A iIkm'- !'' r Kin colored Leghorn Hats, worth $1.25, at 25 and 50 cents.
Mrfi-k fiin- rrcnch Chip Hat. it 25 cents worth $1.25.
Eipjtfiit Tip. 'ill color, 37, 50, 75 cents, and $1 a bunch.
LONDON MISFIT STOBEL
912 F STREET,
AT 75c, SI.50 AND
AT $2-50, $3 AND $3.50.
h Hihhons from ft to 9 inrbos w itle, from 10 to 75 cents per vard.
inuorsnt 40 per cent, less than Importer's Prices
I -h Hn Silks, Satins and Laces at a discount of 33 per cent
UII.-S and ( hildren's Dresses at 30 per cent, less than cosk
MlK Mitts. Lisle and Silk Gloves, lowpr t.hnn nicow
Bla k. -111.1 English Crape and Black Dress Silk at astonishingly low "prices
"in -LK-k is bound to go. Call and embrace this opportunity to buv 1 at
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81 4 Seventh Street
OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE.
TT'Il! 1..I..V.- 4 1 i' 1 1 C -.. ...
Vpm BBH .. A "" ..Ml.r.nmn.-huifh oi a laiiinjj nmnuiaftiiivivsiviolTers tTO following all of tho Europ
fc I W D I 1 1 II C 0 Srcal b;irpiins:--lf000 While Yosts, Marbrilles, Duck and Linen, your choice vo measures to
HiElWL. Ill I EfJEfie II u"1 liWlv 'U,1U1'.'-- iw iMiglish Seersucker Suits in ten different workman who
w...Hr. snaues, !.ro, wortli 10. (ienuine Seersucker Suits 10. worth S22. KIiip ' apposed to hav
iannel(oats,?2.25, worth S5. 1,000 OHice Coals, -12 cents. 1,000 Alpaca L The ffing of
ami .uonair (. oats, si.oO. :,()0 Mrn's suits in 20 different patterns, vour choice i
f V01"1 12- "jS0 J051"p F1;,nmi1 Sui $G "1 7. Bargains.' 500 Chil-,
'; MV :.-"- ' u- '"i. emus, 0 cents ami si. All ool l'ants
$2. Ji.o, y.l.:, 2..j0 and ?:j. worth double the mouev. Hovs' Suits from 12 to
1, -2.bo, $2.87 and 3 Thiw Suits are irrent bargains.
THE OXLY OIUfilXAL AIISFFT STniM-
012 F Street, Opposite Ma.-onic Temple, Six doors from 0th Street.
A e have no connection with any fictitious imitating concerns in basements
730 m Street SAMTA&S' AUCTION. 730 7tl Street.
I WILL 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.
Ell IT 018 THE STOCK MUST BE
908 Seventh St., Between B and K Stsa
Have opened the following Great Bargains
One case Handsome Lawns, 4c.
u " 5c.
One case 5-4 Sheeting, 12Jc; usual price 17.
" 6-4 " 16 " 21.
7-4 " 20 " " 25.
8-4 " 23 " " 30.
9-4 " 25 " " o5.
124 30 " " 'JO.
above are in Ends and will only be sold by the piece. Thcv are tin-
best goods manufactured. 3,000 dozen Ladies Dark hose, 15c; they are worth
fally 20c. a pair.
UKUKWiNU.V JiALTlAlUliiJi &TUJtK, UUS tllSlrCCt, N. W.
The bill prohibiting the sale of cigarettes
and tobacco in any form to minors under 2G
years went into operation in New Jersey on
1 London, July o.Tho striking iron . , btmTday-
workers in Staffordshire have compelled v H. Vanderbilt has added $Ioo,ooo to
others in neighboring towns to quit work. the endowmen fund of the Vanderbilt Uni-
The refusal of England to annex New Ter3ifr at Nashville, Tenn., making the total
Guinea has caused great dissatisfaction in endowinent $7oo,ooo.
Australia. The first cotton bloom has been received
At a Nationalist meeting on Wednesday, at Petersburg, Ya., from North Carolina.
Earl Spencer, the Lord Lieutenant of Ire- Tlie croP throughout North Carolina is look
land, was denounced. ing very promising.
Queen Victoria has sent a dispatch ex- ho Tewkesbury almshouse iuvestia-
preesing sympathy for the friends of those "on Thomas J. Marsh, Jr., testified that
lostby the capsizing of the Daphne. , frm October 19, 1873, to October I, ISS2,
ru ki : .,.-...., .i . , there were delivered to the medical colic!
i ouwu biiruamugm xne jmisf, ana the boaie3 nf ,n, fl , a -... ...,. --'
3an countries are taking ac- which 8,227 was paid,
prevent its mtroductiou. A
died in Berlin yesterday is Xlie dauphin county almshouse, at Harris.
e had the disease. barff and all the buildings on the Dremises.
Saxony Darrowly escaped excePfc the laundry and schoolhouse, were
with hi3 life yesterday. A falling weight burned. The fire was first discovered in a
struck two men near him, killing one and IarS frame stable, located near the main
injuring the other. structure, which was consumed, together
Li Hung Chang, the Chinese commander, its contents, including two horses and
has rejected the proposals of the French gov- five mules. The heated slate on the main
eminent, and has referred the French am- structure set fire to that building, and as
unssauor to the foreign board of Pekin. tncre was a very high wind blowing at the
Mr. Txeveylan, replying to Mr. O'Brien time tne building was soon destroyed. As
relative to assisted emigration, said that the 800n ns the dwelling caught, the steward and
.leportation of Irish paupers would ceaao. , his assistants rushed to the insane depart
A dispatch from Hot Springs, Ark., says raef aorced the excited inmates, 2L fe-
Ihnf. TVfnPf iv Porter, of Nashville, with a "IT and I7 maIes' f rom their quarter. A
I reunidtlon from the Governor of Tenn., ar- , 0t them Were Saved' Loss- 2o'x-
! rested Captain James C. Fleming, late chief ! The receivor of McGeoch, Evoringham &
deputy of ex-State Treasurer Polk, charged , ' tne oroKen lard firm of Chicago, sub-
mutea a statement to the creditors yester-
Manager. 730 7t St.
with making false entries while under Polk
amountnig to 40,000.
The Thunderbolt express1 coming south on
the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio Bail
road, due at Cincinnati, at 8.3o, but half an
hour behind and running fa9t to make up
lost time, struck a .huckster wagon at Spring
Grove Cemetary, in which wore a family of
six persons and a driver. Every one except
day showing that the sum due members of
the Chicago Board of Trade is SlJlM.ooo.
all of which is unsecured. The firm owe3
I the Chicago banks $3,95o,ooo, secured by
i lard as collateral.
Mr. Enoch Pratt, July 2, formerly turned
over to the city of Baltimore his magnificent
, gift of $1,183,333.33, for the Pratt Free
j Library. This included his check on the
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iauonai warmers ana
Wm. Berstch. the driver, was killed.
national armers and Planters' Bank for
Two vessels have arrived at Ponsacola , $833,333 33, and the deed for the lot of ground
.Florida, having lost a captain and one sea- and handsome marble library building on
nan, and another diemg after arrival, with Mulberry street, near Cathedral street,val
yellow fever. Both vessels were .from Vera ' uedlat $250,ooo Mr. Pratt carried out the
oruz, wnero the fover is reported to bo epi- whole proceeding with the characteristic bus
iness exactness for which he is noted.
LOCK BOM 2044, FHSLASELPHiA, PA.
(30 7th St.
THE NEW IDEA,
926 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets.
Headquarters for MILLINERY.
The Largest Stock of trimmed and untrimmed Hats find 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 duzen White Plumes, 24 inches long, "only $1.00; 300 Bunch Tips, all
colors. 25 cents, 8 in a bunch.
REMEMBER, FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
THE NEW IDEA,
OjC T'tli Street Between I ancl EZ.
Headquarters for Millinery.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
$37 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
PIANOS AJSn ORG-ANS
Taught in from one to live lessons. Xo money required in advance
Terms Reasonable. Success guaranteed. Any child over ten years of age
ran paint iictrues equal to our samples, after receiving instructions from us.
Xo machinery, conwx gla-s. or transparency used. They arc painted
directly on the face of the picture. Do not miss this uire and reasonable
opportunity. Ea'h pupil is entitled to all pictures painted by them -while
taking instructions. These pictures are warranted to retain their color. Any
one knowing this art will find no dilncully in obtaining employment that will
pay from 15 to 20 per week. Coloring done for photograph galleries and
book stores at rained rates. Painting on silk, .iatin, diina, and wood, taught
free. Lessons given and sample. to bo seen at siudio, Xo. 121 Eleventh
.street, Northwest, "Washington, I. C. Will remain in the city until July 11
and perhaps longer.
Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms,
Bi Bepawing and Monng promptly attended to. Ooraati, Violini, Kitti,
Guitars, &sd erer?tki8g in tk sratio line for
ASH OR N INSOrAUWCBISTTe.
Havo just opened their NEW
At No. 1501 corner of M and Fifteenth
street, N. "W.j-whero thoy will keep constantly
on hand a choice selection'of
FRUITS, ICE CREAM,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigar?,
tobacco, stationery, stamps, etc. Pure coun
try milk and ice for sale at lowest cash
TheNew Yoik Photo. Co., fDavhUram-h)
72a Seventh Si.. N. W., between G and H
Streets, continued reduction for fine photo
graphs Cabinets, 2 per dozen : cabinets.
l.CO per half dozen; cards, 1 per dozen.
Proofs shown and satisfaction gusuanteed
See Cream Saloon
And Confectionery Resort!
Foreign and Home-1' Fiuit-t, Gii,ger
SoJa, French CdL'-., Pto, Ui. cuna,
vryday Aid. inj 21:1 k.
Oysters Fried & Steved
Cigars ud Tobacoo.
11 0 I Stro't, N. W.
Co. A, Capitol City Guard, having recently
fitted up their armory on 1Z Stieet. b:lween
Twelfth and Thirteenth. X. W.. are now pre
pared to vent their armoiy to respectable
persons for parties, balls, &.c. 'J his elegant
and spacious hall has all tiie necescary con
veniences attached, suitable for receptions,
fairs, fcc, it has, alo. a ladies' and gentle-,
mans' dressing loom, in short, it is the best
hall the colored people could procure in this
city. For particular, addiess Captain Kelly.
U5i Q Street, N. W.. or Second Auditors
Office, corner 17th and G. N. W., or Lieu
tenant Malvin, 1711 11 Street. N. W., corner
10th and F Street. N. W.
Real Estate & Loans Nsgoiiated
JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
LADira' AKD G- KTLEMEN'S
First-Class Ssconl-Haiit Glottal,
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS. EUO.
619 D St., bet Ctli and 7th ts K".
E a JUSTH, Propretor.
L.G. Fletcher, Solicitor,
Solicitor for Fiic and Life In
surance. Om-oFEDEUALP.UILDlNG. P.oom
55, coMim 7t!i and F. St. N. W.
UTT RESIDENCE, 1322 13 fir., N. E. -
"W- X-I. Harrover,
STOVES. RANOES AND FURNACES,
And dealer in Table Cntilerr, Tinware, House
FarniHhing Goods, etc , 313 Sleuth Street,
ortnwest ;snu 1'ennsyivansa Avenue,
Beliable person3 can obtain small suma
money by applying to
Office room comer of 10th and F street
Residence, 1703 15,'thstreet, N. W.
JK All notices attended to promptly.
HOUSE AXD WALL PAINTING.
J T. STKWABT,
OH3ST in. EELXjIB & co.9
Orders left at the office of Tiik I3ek
will be promptly attended to. 1107 I
Street, N. W. Apl-lm. -
Levi BfJcOabe, Caterer.
lXealg! Served Oxxf,
922 I fth Street, N. W,
Penn. Avenue, N. W.
ice Cream Parlorp,
'. 1118 K STREET.
First-classCrpam Wholesale and Ee
teil. Orders promptly attended to.
not. bfe xa sweeping bT, go aud drro
before you die, sonietlnas mighty and
sublime leave belund to conquer time.
Sril a WBOk in VOllT Otni 1i men rait
Bta w' i tir free. No rik. KTrrfh.nt. ue-.c
Capital ndl nyiuired. "We will furnish you e?ryt!unfr.
-Mncv am makms fr.riunos. JLadiPs make 3 much ca
n;en. and bojs jndpiria uiako proat pay. Koadcr, if J
j-ou vant DutinebS ac vrnica rou can inane Rrcat pay an
J. E. Adams, ticket agent at Charlotte, N.
C, of the Richmond and Atlanta Air-Line
Railroad, and Capt. E. O. Nesbit, a popular
passenger conductor, have been arrested on
the charge of embezzling funds from the
railroad company. The detectives claim to
have strong proof against the accused
Four commissioners and the county clerk
of Grant county wore all shot at Hot Sulphur
Springs, Col., by a mob of masked men.
fBarneyDay and Mr. Mills were instantly
'killed, and E. P. Webber and D. J. Dean
'were mortally vrouiiaod The cU" of
Grant county have called on the Governor
'for the aid of State militia.
J The celebration of tho "Fourth" caused 38
casualties in Chicago. Three persons were
killed, five fatally wounded, twenty-three
more or less maimed for life, and seven
slightly injured. Tho chief instruments of
destruction wore toy pistols and small can
nons in the hands of little children.
London, July 4.Mr. Wm. O'Brien, mem
ber from Mallon, will ask Parliament to-day
where the money is coming from to pay tho
expense of bringing back the assisted im
migrants refused permission to land in New
There were 112 more deaths of cholera in
The negotiations between Prussia and the
Vatican have been again resumed.
It is reported that the British steamer
Camellia is adrift, with her crank- shaft
Tho seven jurors of tho panel to try ex
Treasurer Polk at Nashville, Tenn., have
been discharged and a now panel ordered.
James L. Jones, dem., has been elected to
Congress from the first Alabama distric'.
In several of the counties no republican
tickets wore voted.
Three persons were accidentally killed in
Chicago 4th July, by bullets, two boys were
drowned while bathing, and from 25 to 'Jo
persons were maimed by explosives.
The convention between tho United
States and Mexico, providing that no troops
of either country shall cross into tho other
m pursuit of Indians, has been prorogued
for one year.
A. D. Davis, of Chicago, and Rose Ken
nedy, of Springfield, 111., were married in
the car of a ballon, at Cleveland, on July 4,
and then made a redding trip with Prof.
King tlnough the clouds. Tho party landed
safe a fow miles from Cleveland.
Archbishop Purcell died a St. Martin's
near Cincinnati, at 11.45, July th.
Russia has guaranteed Persia protection
against England shonld tho latter protest
against tho Afghanistan Frontier treaty.
United States Minister Lowell gave a re
ception to Americans in London last night.
It is now estimated that I5o persons were
drowned by the capsizing of tho steamer
Daphne in the Clyde yesterlay.
Bishop Piuknoy, of the Episcopal Diocese
of Maryland, died suddenly at Cockeys"
Nine buildings and the Oregon Railroad
navigation dock as Astoria, Oregon, has
been burned. The loss is put at S22o,ooo.
The libel suit of E.J. Lehman, who con
ducts a "Cheap John" store in Chicago,
against the Chicago Herald for derogatory
publications, has been concluded with a
verdict for 25,000 damages against the
The boilers of the steamboat Susquehanna
owned by the Plymouth Navigation Com
pany, of Wilkesbarre, Pa., blew up this
morning at her dock in the Susquehanna
river here. The boat was torn to pieces.
No one was killed.
jlosdon, July 3.The English coverninent
is not yet prepared to annex New Guinea.
Troubles with the 'natives i3 feared. Mr.
Gladstone, in a speech in the House of
Commons, said that the annexation of New
Guinea is clearly null, and legally is not
One hundred and sixty deaths occurred in
London, July 1. Excitement over tha
cholera in Egypt is high in the Mediterra
nean ports and also iu London, and strict
quarantine regulations are being enforced
against vessels coming from Egypt or
through the Suez canal.
Count de Chambord is said to be dying.
The fine art exhibition opened at Munich
A farewell banquet was given Mr. Judah
P. Benjamin in London on Saturdak.
Mr. Horace White and Mr. Thomas S.
Shearman, of New York, made speeches at
tiiu dinner oi tne cuctuou oih nf. Green
wich, England, on Saturday.
it is estimated that the decrease m the
public debt for the month of June will
amount to about 17,500,000. This would
make the total reduction in the debt for the
fiscal year ended June 30, about 8137,225,050.
Prof. Brooks, of the Red House Observa
tory, Phelps, N. Y., reports a telescopic ob
servation yesterday morning of an o mous
group of spots now central upon the sun's
disc. The diameter of the group i3 5o,ooo
miles, and the spots are visible to the naked
eye. They exhibit violent cyclonic action,
electrical storms and aurora accompanying
the solar outbreak.
On Saturday morning last, after some ten
days of dodging the officers of tho law,
Messrs. Beirne and Elam, one the editor of
the Richmond State and the other of the
Richmond Whig, met in a grove of ojiks on
the farm of Philip Killian, near Waynes
boro', Va., and shot at each other. At the
second exchange of shots, Mr. Elam was
wounded in the thigh, and Mr. Beirne came
A number of kegs of powder exploded
during a tiro in the warehouse of J. H.
Ashdown at "Winnipeg, Man., tearing the
building to pieces and injuring some twenty
persons, the chief of tho fire brigade and
his son, the assistant chief, and several
Four boxes held for advance freight at the
depot of the Lebanon Valley Railroad, at
Lebanon, Pa., were found to contain books
stolen from the library of the Lebanon Val
ley Collego at Annville. They wore ad
drcssodto a student named Shields, who
had recently returned to his homo in Tennessee.
the time write for particulars to HaI.T.ETT
Information was received at the War De
partment of the death of Major Franci3 U.
Farquhar, corps of engineers, at Detroit on
Argument was begun yesterday befoie tho
Postmaster General rolative to tho using of
tho mails to carry on the lottery business.
Gen. Crook has arrived here, and will have
an interview at once with the Secretary of
war in reference to the prisoners captured.
The formal opening of the Yellowstone
Park is expected to take place some timo in
August, probably about the period that the
list spike is driven in the Northern Pacific
Railroad. In commemoration of the latter
event arrangements have been made for the
presence of a large number of spectators
from the East, and many distinguished per
sons from here and elsewhere have promised
to be present.
No doubt whatever is entertained in treas
ury circles that the agitation over the trade
debar wa3 started originally for speculative
purposes, and at the present depreciation a
very good spculation it will be. The treas
ury officials say that Congress cannot pos3i- J
bly refuse to redeem them, ana tnose wno
are buying them up now at 15 per cent, dis
count will make a good thing. It should not
be forgotten that they contain 1 grains
more of silver than the standard dollar,
which passes as a legal tender at its face
An order has been issued, by direction of
the Secretary of war, promulgating the ap
proval of the findings and sentence of the
court-martial in Paymaster Wesson's case
His dismissal from the army will take effect
July 3, 1883, and he will be imprisoned at
the Kansas State penitentiary, at Lansing, )
Kan., for 18 months.
Capt Payne ha3 applied to the United ,
States Circuit Court at Topeka, Kansas, for
Egypt yesterday from cholera. . an injunction to restrain Gen. Pope and
It is reported that Zukertort, the chess , Secretary Lincoln from interferring with his j
champion, is comics to America. I contemplated movement into Oklahoma,
SPRING 3S HERE A! SO M I
1226 Pa. Avenue, N. W.
The best place for a good Meal and!
Lunch in tho City. Meals, 25 cents;
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 cts.
MEAL TICKETS! .
23 regular meal tickets for $5, terr
twenty cent tickets for $1.90, ten fif
teen cent tiGkets for 1.50, five 25 cent
tickets for $1.15.
We have every nonvenience for
sending Meals out to Ladies and Gen
tlemen, also families. Breakfast from
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 12 to G
Open from 6 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Furnished or unfurnished rooms
with board by the day, week or monttn
Pension Clerks will find this the
most convenient place in the city. We
can servo you a first class meal im teni
100 TABLE BOARDERS.
-A Choice Assortment, of
Fine Cigars, Ggareis
ALWAYS ON HA
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.
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