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STEWART, Botikms Hanaoxr akd PubiiIbheb.
Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1883.
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Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices.
.j r riern uonnets ana nuts,
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r'i I 'ine J r-ndi Chip Hats at 25 cents
rfcpanf Tips H colors, 37, 50, 75 cents,
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AT 75c, $6.50 AND $2.
AT $2.50, $3 AND $3.50.
stfiMibons from 5 to 9 inches wide, from 10 to 75 cents per yard
w.i 40 per cent, less than Importer's Prices.
IWipK silks, Satins and Laces at a discount of 33 per cent
Lvh and Children's Dresses at 30 per cent, less than cost.
& Mitt-. Lisle and Silk Gloves, lower than elsewhere.
Bli-k aivl Kntfish Crapes and Black Dress Silk at astonishingly low prices
MOn,kilv.ndtogo. Call and embrace this opportunity to buy bar-
131 III Street. SAMTAGS'
I WILL SELL FOR
1,500 Bonnets, 3,000 Untrimmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PRICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
ill IT Oil THE
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 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 WhitePlumes, 24 inches long, only $1.00; 300 Bunch Tips, all
colors. 25 cents, 3 in a bunch.
REMEMBER, FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
THE NEW IDEA,
926 Tib. Street Between I ancl K.
Headquarters for Millinery.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
$37 Pennsylvania Avenue,, Near Tenth Street
PIANOS AND ORGkAUSTS
fw Safe at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Term
R Bepairing rod Moving promptly
GuiUr, ad everything
CASH OE ON INSTALMENTS.
JOHIsr E1. ELLIS & CO.,
soia lormeny irom j?o to $12, are now
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xiaba. vvuim jl.uo. iib so inn nj cents.
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and$l a bunch.
814 Seventh Street
AUCTION. 730 fit Street
STOCK MET BE SMB.
Manager. 730 7i St.
ia the nnc
. Oornete, Violins, Flato,
undo lino for
LONDON MISFIT STORE,
912 F STREET,
OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE.
lias bought the entire stock of a failing manufacturer, and offers the following
great bargains: 1,000 White Vests, Marseilles, Duck and Linen, your choice
for 48 cents, really worth $2. 400 English Seersucker Suits in ten different
shades, $4.75, worth $10. Genuine Seersucker Suits 10, worth 22. JBlue
Flannel Coats, $2.25, worth 5. 1,000 Office Coats, 42 cents. p.OOO Alpaca
and Mohair Coats, $1.50. 500 Men's suits in 20 different pattern, vur 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, $2.65, $2.87 and $3 These Suits are great bargains.
THE ONLT 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 K Sts.
Have opened the following Great Bargains
One case Handsome Lawns, 4c.
u " 5c.
One case 54 Sheeting, 12Jc; usual price 17.
6-4 " 16 "
7-4 20 "
12-4 " 30 ." " 40.
The above are in Ends and will only be sold by the piece. They are the
best goods manufactured. 3,000 dozen Ladies Dark hose, 15c; they are worth
fully 20c. a pair.
' T. BEHRENDS' BALTIMORE STORE, 908 7th street, N. W.
IMPORTED WATER COLORS.
LOCK BOX 2044, PHILADELPHIA, PA,
Taught in from one to five lessons. Xo money required in advance
Terms Reasonable. Success guaranteed. Any child over ten years of age
can paint pictrues equal to our samples, afteireceiving instructions from us.
No machinery, convex glass, or transparency used. They are painted
directly on the face of the picture. Do not miss this rare and reasonable
opportunity. Each 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 difficulty in obtaining employment that will
pay from 15 to 20 per week. Coloring done for photograph galleries and
book stores at reduced rates. Painting on silk, satin, china, and wood, taught
free. Lessons given and samples to be seen at studio, No. 421 Eleventh
street, Northwest. Washington, D. C. Will remain in the city until Jul 14
and perhaps longer.
WILLIAM LJBEEMAN& CO,
Have just opened their NEW
At No. 1501 comer of M and Fifteenth
street, N. W.,where they will keep constantly
on hand a choice selection'of
FRUITS, ICE CREAM,
! And Soda Water in Benson. Also cigars,
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looacco, EWUQaory, Btumus, eiu. .euro uuuu
try milk and ice for sale at lowest cash
The New York Photo. Co., (Davis Branch)
723 Seventh St., N. W. between G and H
Streets, continued reduction for fine photo
graphs Cabinets, 2 per dozen; cabinets.
fcl.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 pie-
rmrml in rnnt fhp.ir nrmorv o rpsnur.fnble
i persons for parties, balls, Ac 1 1ds elegant
ana spacious nun nas an me necessary con
veniences attached, suitable for receptions,
fairs, fcc, it has, also, a ladies' and Rentle
maus" 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 17th and G. N. W.. or Lien
tenant Malvin, 1711 11 Street N. W., corner
10th and F Street, N. W.
Real Estate & Loans Negotiated
Reliable person3 can obtain small sums of
money by applying to
W. Augustus Stewart,
Office room corner of 10th and F street
Residence, 1703 lath street. N. W.
ay All notices attended to promptly.
HOUSE AND WALL PAINTING.
J. T. STEWART,
Orders left at the ollice of The Bee
will be promptly attended to. 1107 I
Street, N. W. Apl-lm.
Levf McCabe, Caterer.
Meals Served OxTt,
922 I Ith Street, N. W.
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GJO TO CHAFE'S
Ice Cream Saloon
Alii Confectionery Resort!
Foreign nnd Domestic Fruita, Ginger A'e,
Hida, French Cakes, Pie, Biecuns, lto I
v. ry day Alderny Milk.
Oysters Fried & Stewed
Cigars and Tobacco. 11 9 I Stret, N. W.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
LADIES' AKD G' NTLEUEN'S
rcnrvra. shoes, hats. etc.
619 D St, bet th ar:d7tli te. K
E S. JU8TH, Tropnetor.
Solicitor for Fire and Life In
surance. Offise FEDERALBUILDING. Room
55, corner 7th .ind F. Sr. N. W.
C5- RESIDENCE, 1322 B St., N.E. "Ea
"W. JEi. Harrover,
STOVES. RANGES AND FURNACES,
And dealer in Table CnUlerv, Tinware, Houpe
Furombins Goods, etc , 313 Sfventh Strett,
Northwest and Tennsylvania Avenue,
2i- Washington, D.C.
WILLIAMS & MEREDITH,
348 Perm. Avenue, N. W.
Ice Cream Parlors
1118 K SfKEET.
First-class Cream Wholesale and Re-!
tail, uraers proiupujr anenuea w.
not. life is sweeping by, go nnd darn
enblimo lwye behind to conquer time,
$66 ft week in your own town- 45 ont
n mat m nc jrcv "." "". -cveiyxninB new
Capital not r?qnired. Ave will furnish yon everything.
Many r making fortunes. Ladies make as much as
men, and boys andgirls make great pay. Reader, if
you want business t which you can rnnke great pay all
the time write for vrt,cu,ars to Haixett i, Co..
VAN NESS PARK,
Seventeenth & B Sts , N. W.,
JULY 31stto AUG-. 3fl, Iiiclnsipe.
The Company takes pleasure in in
forming its friends and the public gen
erally that they will go into camp at
Van If ess Park on the above dates.
As this will be the
of the Company, it is earnestly hoped
that their friends will patronize it.
Military companies of Baltimore, Rich
mond and the District have been in
vited, and will be present to take part
ill dress; parade, Sec.
EACH E VEXING.
Camp Open to Visitors
FROM FIVE TO ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
IA, Perry, A J.Brooks,
J R. Brown. J.B.Saunders.
J. b. Wright, J. A. Payne.
P, M. Laws,
ADMISSION 15 CTS.
SEASON TICKETS, FIFT1" CEXTS.
London, July 12 Tho F ench to em
inent have informed England that they
await official advices from Tamataye, Mada
gascar, before replying to Lord Grand
ville's demand foi explanations of the occur
The treaty of commerce between Girmany
and Spain has been signed.
A project is on foot to investigate the
origin and character of the Cholera in
In his will the Count de Chambord com
mands all royalists to recognize the Count
do Paris as tho heir to the throne of France.
Mr. Charles Bradlangh says ho will en
deavor to take his seat in the Commons in
obedience to the law, and if he is expelled he
will appeal to the electors in his constitu
ency. M. Bonbee has been wounded in a duel
with Mr. Emmanuel Arene. Both are mem
bers of the French Chamber of Deputies.
M. Paul de Cassagnac has challenged M.
Ferry on account of differences during tho
same debate, but tho latter has taken no
notice of Cassagnac's message.
A coal company, with a subscribed capital
of $l,ooo,ooo, has been organized to operate
the famous Milner coal rnjnes, near Bir
The Philadelphia Commercial Exchange
yesterday passod resolutions calling on Con
gress to redeem the trade dollar at par or
legalize the issue of thnt coin.
Rear Admiral Baldwin, who was detailed
to represent the United States at the Czar's
corouation, reports that owing to some mis
understanding he received no invitation, and
could, therefore, not attend. The Russian
minister has apologised for the seeming
Kansas, has been visited by a tor
nado, which demolished 15 buildings ana
killed four persons There was also a rain
storm in the State which did much damage.
A heavy wind-storm passed over Wisconsin.
The worst hail-storm ever known at Volga,
Dak., occurred there. Tne crops were badly
damaged, A very bard rain-storm prevailed
at Indianapob's last evening.
The surgeon-general of the Marine Hos
pital service has not been advised of the de
parture of the bark Salome from Galvesion
for Hampton Roads with yellow fever on
board. Ho says, however, that the health
authorities at Norfolk would probably not
allow the infected vessel to pass inside the
A queer case of blood money is now being
tried in a New York court, one Okenberg,
was in a dangerous condition and pro
nounced incurable, when a physician ex
pressed a desire to try tho transfusion of
blood- A porter in the house agreed to
spare the blood, when the patient recovered.
The suit is brought for pny for the blood r.t
one cent per ounce.
IiONDON, July 11 Mr. Bradlangh has
asked whether bis appearing in the House of
Commons to take his seat would be con
sidered a disturbance.
Trouble has arisen between English and
French residents in Tunis on account of the
latter imprisoning a Maltese.
Some of the returned pauper emigrants
arrived in London yesterday. They were
in a wretched condition.
China has appointed II. Makien, a Euro-i
peanized diplomat, to confer with the French
minister relative to the Tonquin affair.
The bank at Franklin, N. Y., has been
robbed of $800 in silver. Two families liv
ing near were bound and gagged, and after
two hours' work the burglars blew the safe
open. Tha explosion tore out nearly the
whole front of the building and set fire to
The United States steamer Vandalia.
which recently returned from the West In
dies, has been quarantined at Norfolk, Va.,
to wait the development of a case of sickness
which attacked one of the men on the 9th
inst., as there is a possibility of its proving
to be yellow fever.
Pierre Lorillard's racers, Iroquois, Aranza
and Parthenia, arrived at New York on tho
steamer Erin, which left London on June 27.
They stood the voyge well and are all in ex
The regular meeting of the Western Nail
Association was held in Pittsburg. It was
decided to suspend operations in all facto
ries for a month beginning next Monday, to
prevent any depression in prices.
At a meeting of the promoters of the
South Pennsylvania Railroad Company, a
committee consisting of Dr. Hotstetter, Mr
Twombly, F. B. Gowen, W. K. Vanderbilt
and W. C. Whitney was appointed to take
charge of the construction of the line. All
the stock has been subscribed, Mr. Wm. H.
Vanderbilt heading the list with 5,000,000,
and Dr. Hostetter follrwing with $2,000,000.
The lowest subscription is $5o,ooo. Nearly
all of the Philadelphia and Reading board
of management have subscribed floo,ooo
In Bridgeport Ct., Captain James Hnnter
and Lieutenant Robert McMulIen, of the
Salvation Army, have been found guilty of
breach of the peace and fined ten dollars
each and costs. The court forbade them
from holding meetings on the streets and
parading in future.
An excursion train from Titusville, Pn.,
having on board 75 members of Masonic
lodges, while returning from Jamestown,
collided with a freight train on the Buffalo
and Southwestern Road, instantly killing
George Gates, the conductor, and M. D. Col
by, breakeman of the freight train, and fa
tally injuring W. J. Innis, another breake
man. Trp Floods In Cnnadn Cn.iic n Grent IiOs
or Jille and Property-
London, Ont., July 11. The river here
has risen to an unprecedented height, and
the destruction of property is swelling fear
fully. So far as known, eight houses have
been carried away. Three persons are
known to have been drowned, and it is feared
that the number will reach a much larger
figure. A large number of persons are
missing, but it is not known definitely that
they have been drowned. Barns have been
carried away by tho 6core, and railroad
travel is cut off by a washout on the main
line at Patton's siding, and on tho Sarnia
division the Kensington siding, and on the
Sarnia division the Kensington bridge and
the Oxford bridge are gone, and also a large
section of a bridge at the Ladies College
The steamer Princess Louise floated down
stream and carried away Byron bridge. The
water works pumping house is in grea1
danger and is expected to go. Horses,
cattle, etc, have been drowned by the score.
In the House of Commons yesterday Mr.
Gladstone called attention to an affront to
the English government in Madagascar by
tho French commander, who ordered the
English cocnsel to leave in twenty-four
hours. The latter, who was sick at the time,
dying soon after. He stated that the French
government had been called upon to explain.
Paul De Cassagnac's action in declaring
that the Tonquin expedition was due to
stock-jobbing motives, created some excite
ment in the French Chamber of Deputies.
The public sale'at Havana on July 5 of the
American brig Nettie for violation of the
customs laws, was protested against by Gen.
Badeau, the United States counsel general.
The United States government requested
that the case be referred to Madrid, but the
home government refused to interfere.
London, July 10. The relations of France
with Tonquin and China were considered in
the French Chamber of Deputies yesterday,
and warlike and violent speeches were made.
The French counsel at the capital of Annam
has been insulted and aatacked on the street.
It is reported that a rupture is threatened
between Germany and the Vatican.
There were 49 deaths from cholera at Da
mielta yesterday, and at llansurah 101.
The joint committee of Parliament upon
the English channel tunnel has rejected the
In the Spanish Chamber of Deputies a
deVjto has been begun upon the policy of
The committee or the House of Lords
upon the Irish land act finds that the rela
tions between landlord and tenant have
In the House of Commons laat night a
motion was adopted restricting the impor
tation of cattle from countries where cattle
disease may exist.
Dispatches from Parkersburg, W. Va.,
continue to report great excitement over the
alleged development of a promising oil field
in the Stillwell district.
Seven cars of a mixed train on theNr.tche?
and Jackson road fell through a bridge fifty
feet high, Monday evening, five miles from
Natchez. Conductor T. O. Jennings was
killed, and passengers James Gnlls, Fred.
Manocci, Willie Conner, Mrs. and 3Iiss
Cannon, Lucia Smith and Jennie Hall were
The city electrician of Chicago has de
clared war against certain of the electric
light companies in that city by cutting all
the wines not placed under ground. The
competitOD has become so sharp between
the companies that it is claimed they do not
use properly insulated wires, and that they
string them at random on the house-tops,
where contact with them would result in in
"D ""DTHTC3 rTr?
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mm is here id so m i
1226 Pa. Avenue, IT. WL
The best place for a good Mfrall andl
Lunch in the City. Meals, 25 cents;;
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 eta.
23 regular meal tickets for $5, tert
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 fov;
sending Meals out to Ladies and Gen
tlemen, also families. Breakfast fronn
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 12 to 6S
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 thi3 the
most convenient place in the city. "Wot
can serve you a first class meal in tern
100 TABLE BOAEDEBS
A Choice Assortment of
Fine Cigars, Ggarets
ALWAYS ON HAM
Having had many years of exper
ence in catering we are now prepared!
to give entire satisfaction to all whoi
will give us their patronage.
Dort forget name andl number;,
15326 Penn. Avenue, N. W
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