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Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit.
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WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1883.
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88UT REJOICING AMONG THE LADIES
THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS at
te.si : KING'S PALACE 1 814
VcJods to get a ive-uent iatf JJut We
trr our Jbxiensive
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llirt , 1 : 1 n-. .n. t j aim ;j cants a ouncn only, rive ihousaud Flumes at 5o,
137 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street
PIAJSTOS --.ISTD ORGL4JSTS
fGtale at I? eason able Prices, on Easy Terms.
bg, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violins. Flutes,
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wuwuns, ana everjwung m ,ne muBio line xor
CASH OE ON IISTA.I-iM:E5I,!irT.
JOBCISJ' E ELUrlS & COf,
937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
THE NEW IDEA,
w6 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets-
teadquarters for MILLINERY.
I Ibe Larcost Stock of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and the largest assort-
p!I Phm if Tips, Ribbons, Silks, Satins and Flowers.
fctius weok we will sell 3,000 dozen Hats for 25 cents, all shapes and colors
I? teen B autiful plumes, 22 inches long, desirable colors, only 50 cents.
Frozen AVhite Plumes, 24 inches long, oniy .vv; ouu jjuuui xiys, u
fe:.25 cnnts. 8 in a bunch.
REMEMBER, FOR THIS W BBK ONLY.
THE NEW IDEA,
92L-Q T th Stieet5 Betveen I and K-
peadquarters for Millinery.
OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE.
At Fortoir nAnf.R nn the Dollar.
THIS SALE FOll TEX DAYS OXLY.
912 F Street 6 Doors from 9th Street. '
Ahead of Ail !
trf ill ntt Compel our Customers to Buy One Dollar's Worth
rfdi nit oomjei out uuDtumws lo uuy une iioiiar s wortn
Sfioods to get a Five-Cent Hat-But We Are Determined to
jj-Mrr our Extensive and Fashionable Stock of Millinery
On Thousand Desirable Hats at 4 Cents, Sold Formerly
rf25 and 50 Cents. 1,500 Trimmed Hats at 7 Cents, Sold
formerly at f0 Cents and SI. 00.
,jr.-.fl" Cape Mays at 3o cents only. Elegant Tuscan Hats at 18 cents,
, , r , v i.r 5.1. regain 3u -nHis ai zo cems oniy. Elegant Jbrench Chip Hats at
Km. i,kl t',r"rly at $1- Elegant Colored Fine Leghorn Hats at 15 cents oulv,
idf w "'' '' x1, I"'r,0 Elonnt Prims White Plumes at 05 and 9o cents only.
Command See These Wonderful Bargains.
2 ., ,f,,.i, l.tbon. 7 inches wide, at 25, 55 and 4o cents only. Five Thousand
.,. , .1 .in)' .
U, . ir ir. -.-. for Children and Ladies at half price.
: , , .. ' r.. -ii-'i Crape at loss than market value. Silk, Satius and Laces corres-
t 11. i if .
ijil As-riaii our Slaniliterii Prices Before Pnretai Elsewhere.
G'S PALACE, - KING'S PALACE
I, m -:-t Retail Milliner y in the United State-?,
0HN F. ELLIS & CO.
Feftuine Mark-Down Sale
London misfit store,
Hf1l,",'''r"'!l"'0UoS?l- ?12 suits reduced to S5. $Msnits reduced to ?6.
I "Urnhn lto$7.
M.U " Ut,"0l, t0 ?1-25- suits reduced to $1.75. -$6 suits reduced
r- -Si Villi l. r.i.l..l - C0 Art ?10 c-.iJft? mdimnff fn fi Art
kj MM1 ' M .mil Linen Suits at your own prices. White Vests, Linen, Duck
IV iv"111' s 1,ts (ents' Men's Dress Pants reduced to $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
' vrkinir Pants reduced to 55 and 65 cents.
908 Seventh St., Between 1 and
Have opened the following Great Bargains
One case Handsome Lawns, 4c.
One case 5-4 Sheeting, 12Jc; usual price 17.
6-4 " 16 " 21.
7-4 " 20 " 25.
1 8-4 2 " " 30.
9-4 " 25 " " 35.
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
f tilly 20c. a pair.
T. -REHRENDS' BALTIMOiC; QTOIlE, 908 7th street, N. .AY.
Seventeenth 6c B Sts , N. W.,
JDLY aist to AUO. 3fl, Inclnsive.
The Company takes pleasure in in
forming its friends and the public gen
erally that they will go into camp at
Van Ness Park on the above dates.
As this will bo the- "
of the ('oinpany, it is earnestly hoped
tluit tlu'ir frioniis will pjitrnni it
Military companies of Baltimore, Rich
mond and the District have been in
itcd, and will In present to take part
in dress parade, &c.
ysie and uancmg
Camp Open to Visitors
FROM FIVE TO ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
J.A.Perry, A J.Brooks,
J. b. Wright, J. A. Payne.
Hf M. Laws,
ADMISSION 15 CTS.
SEASON TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS.
i O TO OX-IVS3E9
See Cream Saloon
Ail Confectionery Resort!
Foreign and Domot'tic Fruit?, Ginger A'e,
floda, French Cakes, Tie?, Uiscune, Ho h
LTtry day Alderny Milk.
Oysters Fried & Stewed
Cigara and Tobacco.
11 9 I Street, N. W.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
LADIES' AND GLKTLEHEN'8
First-Class Sscona-Haud Clfltlini,
D St., tet Clh
Real Estate & Loans Negotiated
Reliable pereon3 can obtain email auma oi
money by applying to
W. Augustus Stewart,
Office room corner oflOtb nnd F street
Kcsidence, 1703 19th street. N. W.
All notices attended to promptly.
HOUSE AND WALL PAINTING,
J. T. STEWART,
Orders left at the oflice of Thk Bee
will be promptly- attended to. 1107 1
Street, N. W. Apl-lm.
Levi klcCabe Caterer.
TVXeals Served Oixt,
922 I Ith Street, N. W.
W JEL. Harrover,
STOVES. RANvES AND FURNACES,
And dealer in Table Cutilerr, Tinware, House
Furmi-hing G')nda, etc , 313 Sfventh Street,
Northwest and Pennsylvania Avenue,
2jl- Washington, D.C.
WILLIAMS & MEREDITH,
348 Penn, Avenue, N. W.
ice Cream Parlor?,
1118 K STREET.
First-class Cream AVholesale and Be
tuil. Orders promptly attended to.
not. lifo is sweeping by. go nnd dara
before you die. .something mighty and
sublime leave behind to conaucr time,
$GG a week in your own town- $5 ont
ht free. No risk. Jivervtliinc- uew
O.ipitnl not required. We will furnish you everything.
Many aro making fortunes. ladies make as much as
men. and boys nndgirls mako groat pay. Reader, if
you want busineM fit tr.iieh you can nwUo gieat pay all
tho time writo for particulars to HallEtt t Co..
Photographer, HODPeuna. Avenue, Wnsh
inston, D-C. Fir.t-class cabiie; photo's,
3.00 per dozen, cird plioto's, 2.00 per
NOTICE. To every dozen pictures one
eitra is added finished in iine water colrs.
In a half doztn one out of tho six finished
in fine water colors. It is Tie only place in
the city where yon can get this benefit.
IJiinihifrnrn lnrk mul Vc-scta A Number o
rcrxoiH Injured. f
A spark from an engine fell into a pile of
jute which had just been landed on Harbeck's
dock, Brooklyn, from the ship Lawrence E
Delap from Calcutta. Tho dock was filled
with hemp, jute and coffee. The flames
spread with incredible rapidity, nnd in a
few minutes the entire dock was ablaze.
The Delap was the first vessel to catch fire
and all her rigging was burnt before she
could be towed out. Next to her on the
south side of the dock was tho ship Perse
verance, also from Calcutta, nnd on the north
side lay the ship Col. Adams, from Calcutta.
To both of these vessels the flames wore com
muuicated, and the crews jumped overboard
for safety. When the firemen reached
the dock the supports of the roof gave
way and the roof fell in, burying over a dozen
firemen and dock hands beneath the ruins
A rescuing party was quickly formed and
the men were dragged out from tho blazing
rafters. None were killed outright, but all
were more or less burned and bruised. Fire
men, McNamara, McDonald and McDougall,
of hook and ladder truck No. 3, were injured
seriously about the body. The loss on the
vessels and cargoes will amount to over
London, July lO.The panic in Alexandria
Egjpt, over the appearance of the cholera is
increasing. The number of deaths from
the disease in Cairo, Wednesday was G8.
The Empress Augusta, of Germany, is suf
fering from partial paralysis.
It is believed that the differences between
France and England are in process of ami
A number of French financial houses have
offered M. de Lesseps all the money required
to construct a new canal or to. widen the
Sir Charles Michael Wolseley, baronet,
was married yesterday to Miss Anita Theresa
Murphy, daughter of Mr. D. T. Murphy, of
The secretary ? of the English consul at
Taraatave has been liberated, the captain of
the English gunboat Dryad assuming all re
sponsibility for him
Mr. Charles Bradlangh has brought an in
junction against the sergeant-at-arms of the
Hoase of Commons to prevent him from
keeping Mr. Bradlaugh from his seat.
The cotton caterpillar has appeared in tho
section of Selma, Ala. An examination of
the crop near the city shows that the top
leaves are badly riddled. Plenty of worms
are in sight and webbed up. The crop lis
three weeks late, and the worms are in such
numbers and have appeared so early that
the prospects for the crop are gloomy.
The conference commiitee on tho Penn
sylvania Legislative and Senatorial Appoint
mentbill reported their inability to agree.
An effort was made to have other commit
tees appointed, but, without action, the Sen
ate adjourned until Monday evening, after
adopting a resolution for final adjournment
on the 24th inst. No business was trans
acted in the House. There is now but little
prospectof an agreement upon the apportion
ment legislation, for which the extra session
The Mexican consul at Tucson, Arazona,
Tins received a letter from
under date of July 14, stating that near the
place where Gen. Crook left the nostnes, in
the district of Montezuma, they attacked a
Mexican settlement and killed five persons.
The New Orleans
Board of Health ha
adopted a resolution advising the Governor
to issue a proclamation establishing quaran-
tine against all Mexican, South American
and West India ports, to take effect lmmedi.
Swainmau, who was arrsted at Nashville,
Tenn., for stealing the ledger that i3 so im
portant in the Polk trial, has confessed that
he took it at the instigation of ox-Treasurer
Polk, and that he leceived $175 for doing it-
Not since the day that President Garfield
was shot has so much excitement been wit
nessed in this city as was caused by the re
port that Gen. Grant had dropped dead in
New York. It is believed it was used as the
signal for the telegraph operators to stop
work, and at that moment all the telegraph
ers belonging to the brotherhood left their
desks. The strike was general throughout
the United States and Canada.
A telegram was received at the Depart
ment of State to-day from Mr. Campbell,
United States consul at Monterey, dated at
Laredo, Texas, confirming th prcsa.report
of the assault upon Mr. Shaw while acting
as consul at Monterey.
The strike of the telegraphers began the
19th inst., all over the country. Fifteen
thousand members of the Brotherhood quit
work. In Baltimore 112 operators left their
desks, and business was seriously impeded
there as elsewhere.
i London, July 18. For the twenty-four
.hours ending at 8 A. M. yesterday the deaths
from cholera at Cairo were sixty-one.
General Sir Evelyn Wood, who was about
to leave for England,h as been recalled by
the Khedive on account of the existence of
cholera in Cairo.
The American consul at Laredo, Mexico,
has been mobbed, and parc "find furniture
It is now certain that the boy who testified
atNyreghhaza, Hungary, that he saw Jews
kill a young girl committed perjury.
At a special meeting yesterday of the Lon
don Chamborof Commerce a resolution vwu?
adopted declaring that the question of the
construction of a parallel Suez canal should
be referred to a royal commission.
There was a slight frst at Davenport,
Iowa, on tho 13th inst., but it did no dam
age. Hanton won an easy sculling race at Og
drenburg, N. Y., over Ross. . Hanton won by
a quarter of a mile.
A Cuban political club, tho object of which
is to work for the independence of Cuba,
has been organized in Philadelphia.
An express train was thrown from tha
track by a misplaced switch near Knoxville,
Tenn., yesteiday. The engine ran into the
main building of 'the zinc works at that
point, tearing away the whole side of tho
John L. Heckmer, formerly mayor of
Grafton, WT. Va-, and ex-supreme treasurer
of the Catholic Knights of America, has
made an assignment. He was interested in
the furniture firm of Fronheise & Co., of
A verdict for 5,475 has been given John
Studebaker &Uo., at Fort Wayne, Ind.,
against the United States Express Company.
A package of 5,ooo sent to plaintiff by ex
press was found to contain only blank paper
when opened at Fort Wayne.
London, July 17. A case believed to be
cholera was discovered in Alexandria yester
day. The sanitary commission refuse to
isolate the city. The disease is spreading
Tho Count de Chambord is improving.
All of the French reinforcements have ar
rived at Tonquin.
Sir Augustus Paget has been appointed
British ambassador at Vienna.
Articles of incorporation of tho Delinon
ico Company, having for its object the build
ing and leasing of hotels in the United
States, were filed in New York.
At Shenandoah, Pa., four stores on Uppei
Main street; were burned out: loss, 25,ooo:
insurance, $lo,ooo At Oxford, Ala., prop
erty of the value of $lo,ooo: partially in
sured have burned out.
Capt. J. D. Douglas, of tho British bark
Erne, has been arrested at Boston for violat
ing the provisions of the new Chinese law
in bringing from Manilla a Chinman whom
he discharged and allowed to go ashore.
A terrinc furnace explosion occurred at
Kntztown. Pa., in the antharcite furnace of
the Philadelphia and Reading Railrcad,
' eight boilers exploded, reducing the furnace
I to n mass of ruins. Frank Waltman was in-
' stantly killed ; Solomon Waltman, his father,
j was badly injured ; Henry Waltman was
J fatally injured ; Morris Good was severe-'
J scalded : Engineer Marstella was badly In
i jured, and a number of other employe-"
M. Waddington has been appointed am
bassador of France to England.
The American team yesterday competed
for the cup and 5o presented to be shot for.
The prize was woa by Joiner.
M. de Lesseps declares that a loan for
building a second Suez canal can bo raised
in France and other countries if England
refuses to advance the money.
'he jury "Was sworn in. the Polk trial at
Nashville, Tenn. James C. I laming, Polk's
former clerk testified that iu April, 1882,
when the investigating committee was ap
pointed to examine Polk's accounts, in or
der to meet a deficit resulting from a de
falcation of 2oo,ooo, Polk deposited a
number of fictitious drafts on various State
depositories to make good the amount
When the examination was over he withdrew
London, July 16 The French minister of
foreign affairs said yesterday in the Cham
ber of Deputies that unexplained events in
Madagascar could not impair the friendly
relations of France and England.
The cholera is spreading in Egypt.
Officers have been arrestedin Spain charged
A puree has been subscribed at Wimble
don to becnpeted for by the American
The conservative members of Parliament
have determined to oppose the new Suez
canal scheme. The British directors of the
company have issued a report-
Tho steamer Beauhamois, of Montreal,
uu n nlflnmira uarty of 4,3oo persons on
. board, ran upon a reef in the river Sunday
to fce jxm ashor6j she Eank m
hfc of .aten All the excursionisis
Qct o the legjsiature of West Virginia,
passed in 1877, makes tnesuver coins, issuer
by the United States a legal tender in that
state for all debts, public and private. The
trade dollar is one of these coins, and is,
therefore, a legal tender at their nominal
value in WTest Virginia.
The army-worm has made its appearance
in the northern section of Lancaster county,
Pa., in large nnmbers, and is committing
ravages in the tobacco fields.
It is reported from Havana that the Ameri
can bark Jose E. Moore, Captain Carlisle'
which sailed from New York, June 23, for
Sagua, will be sold for violation of customs
Fruit inspectors in New York have seized
S0.000 watermelons brought from the South
by the Savannah Steamship Company. They
claim that the melons were Gotten and un
fit for use.
National Transit Company nas com
pleated its oil-pipe line to Baltimore.
London is seriously alarmed about the
j cholera, which, it is stated by tbfr cable, has
I made its appearance in that city.
Ten new cases of small-pox were reported
to the health commissioner at Lancaster,
Pa. Most of the new cases are of mild type.
A startling rumor reached Newport, R. I.,
to the effect that the steamer Lottie E. Mer
rill, of Tiverton, R. Lj was lost.off George's
Banks, with all on board.
Terrific storms are reported in the north
west. Hail, rain and wind has done incal
culable damage to all classes of property and
many lives are reported sacrificed.
London, July 15 A French officer boarded.
an English vessel at Tamatave recently and
would allow the cargo to be landed only
on the payment of duty. A sentry was
placed on board the steamer.
A fire at Liptoszentimiklo, Hungary, has
cansed considerable loss of life. Twenty
persons, including the perfect of police, are
There wys a riot at Roubaix, France, yes
terday, in which the police commissary was
seriously injured. Six of the rioters were
It was rumored yesterday that Mr. Chart
ers, English Chancellor of the Exchequer,
would resign if the Suez Canal agreement
Cholera has appeared at Ghizeh, a suburb
of Cairo, where there have been five deaths
from the disease. A cordon has been estab
lished around the town.
A despatch to the London Standard from
Shanghai says that Japan has declined a
proposal of M. Tricon, the French ambassa
dor at Shanghai, to form an alliauce against
The executive board of the Brotherhood or
Telegraphers of the United States and Can
ada have presented to the officials of the
Western Union Company in New York a
memorial demandiug 15 per cent, increase
in salaries, tho abolition of compulsory Sun
day work, and equal pay for both sexes.
The missing Tennessee ledger, in which
the balances of state depositors were kept,
which was atolen from the State Treasurer'.'
office last week, was found on tho steps of
ination, was found to be intact, without mu
tilation or erasures in any part. RolandO.
Swayne, formerly deputy clerk of the Su
preme Court, was arrested at Nashville last
evening on a warrant sworn out by State
Treasurer Thomas, charging him with hav
ing abstracted the balance ledger from the
The American horse Idea has won a sweep
stakes and me thousand crowns at Copen
hagen. J. Dreyfus, of tho France, has been
wounded in a duel with M. Judet, of the
The London Lancet says there is nothing
in tho Queen's condition to excite the slight
I, is reported that the Czar has placed the
Grand Duke Nicholas Constantinovitch
under arrest for interfering in tho govern
ment of Turkestan.
A slight shock of earthquake was felt at
Caiio, III., Saturday morning.
"Filled" twenty-dollar gold pieces havo
appeared in Tennessee and other parts of
Chas. Heywood Stratton, better known to
the public as Gen. Tom Thumb, died at his
residence at Marlboro, Mass., of apoplexy.
Reports from Sonora, Mexico, indicate
that tho Apaches are on the war path.
Twelve persons are said to have been mur
dered near Oposura.
Elizabeth Stewart, the wife of a Reading
( Pa.) minister, has been arrested Saturday,
chirged with cruelly beatmjr a little girl
named Rosa Strauss, who was in her employ.
The New Haven Wire Wrorks, at East
Haven, Conn., have been partly destroyed by
Ore. Loss about 33,000; fuUy insurad.
T-ree hundred men are temporarily thrown
out of work.
Dr. Jolm A. Warder, of N'orth Bend, Ohio,
is dead. He was a prominent member of
the American forestry congress and the au
thor of several workt on fruit growing and
Since October 1st the sale of leaf tobacco
in the Lynchburg (Va.) warehouses have
aggregated IG,733,G70 pounds, an increase of
3,4G4,441 pounds compared with same months
'.'1 previous year.
Twenty-five hundreo. pounds of powder
exploded in the press-room in the upper
yard of Dnpont's powder works at Wilmin
ton, Del. Thomas Pearl, foreman of the
press-room, and Patrick Haley, a laborer,
were killed, and Alexander Billingsby,
another laborer, was slightly injured. Pearl
had been employed at the works for twenty
years. The building was damaged to the
extent of $5,0C0.
The trial of Barbara Miller, colored, foi
the murder of her husband, Daniel Miller,
in the Henrico County Court, Va., resulted
in a verdict of being an accessory before the
fact of murder in the first degree. She wa3
sentenced to be hanged on September 14.
At New Lots, N. Y., during the thundet
shower, a black cloud over the eastern part
of the village seemed to open suddenly, and
a huge ball of tire shot through the air with
a terrific report. Every house in the town
was shaken. The bolt struck a tree in Ver
mont and Fulton avenues and tore it to
pieces. The ground around it was ploughed
up, and portions of the tree were found
, fifty feet away.
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A hastlly-SUmmoneu uaumei lutwimjj vvoa
held in Mr. Gladstone's room in the House
of Commons yeaterday afternoon. It i3
i believed it was in reference to the Madagascar
Advices from Valpraiso state that there
has been a heavy fall of snow in the Cordil
leras. Two miles of the Transandine Tele
graph Company's wires have been covered
1 with snow for the last four days.
. "BRj UwDIIIIIPJt j,U.
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SPRING IS HERE Al SO AM I
1226 Pa. Avenue, N. HE,
The tot place for a good Mfcal' andt
Lunch in the City. Meals, 25 cents;;
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 cts.
23 regular meal tickets for $5, tern
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 Meais out to Liaaie3 ana uen-
tlernen, also families. Breakfast fromi
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 12 to 6'
Open from 6 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Furnished or unfurnished roomrs
with board by the day, week or monthi
Pension Clerks will find this the
most convenient place in the city. We
can serve you a first class meal in ten)
100 TABLE BOABDEBS
-A Choice Assortment of-
Fine. Cigars, Ggarets
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. .
Dort forget name andi number,',
12Q6 Penn: Aveiy
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