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C. STEWART, Business Manager and Publisher.
Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit.
W. 0. CHASE, Editor amd Pbopme':
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VOUlI. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. SAfmiDAY, JUNE 2, 1883. NO. 1.
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TAILORS. The Most Popular CLOTHIERS.
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&THE EtlNQ OF THE'HIILLINERS. wrrkmTn T.ATRST NRWS. A PANIC ON THE BRIDGE. , IRi lliJBIll Aif iJIft, ..
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814 SJEVISjSTTI-I
Tho fbasfct4! Sloro! Immonse Stock.
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HATS
iONNETS,
BIBBONS, FLOWBS&S, SILKS, SATINS,
Children's and
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WONDERFUL LOW FIG-UBES
Io not fail to call and ascertain pi ices before purchasing, for vou are suro to
CALL EARLY TO
KING
The Largest Millinerv Establisbment in the United Slates.
Wonderful E:
5k-te
o wro the first to introduce it irihis-cUy. Also the originators of low prices.
hif'RnnlCnbiiiaiPIotoKrn)hR$:i.OO per Dozen. Cards 1.00 per Dozen. TroofTs .hown
hutl hatisfacttpiv Guaruutued -to all.
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The Finest Skylight and Most Spacious Rooms
South of Phsaldeiphia.
Hours icr Sitting s? from. .A.. TVJ, to O 3?. lr !
025 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEAR 10TII STREET,
Special 4lates made to Clubs of 5, 10 and 20.
GUINNIPS
Have opened and are in full blast at
IVos. 404.- and 406 Seventh. Street,
l'ith 'a full and complete stock of goods, consisting of silks in every variety.
Tr'ss Goods, complete, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery, endless, Linen Department,
full. Housekeeping Goods, a large stock, Gent's Furnishings, Ladies' TJnder
vear, Parasols, Shawls, Domestics, Notions, &c, all bought for sharp cash.
W are here to slay, and 'e offer our goods in every department at fair
pni'es, w hieh means that we will not be undersold.
We have one price, which gives every one fair and honest dealings.
When prires BREAK, "wo will be there." All alike will have the benefit.
736 7th Street, 736
Young's Cheapest Place, s
J. P. Young's old established stand. Go there and save 25 per cent, for
&Jk Nit ins Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Dress Goods, Hoop Skirts, Eussels
130 ytli STREET, ISO
Xew Presents Daily. It will pay you to go there.
KESXSESSS
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03 Seve
nth StB B
Have opened the following Great Bargains
One rase Handsome Lawns, 4c.
" 5c.
0n ase 5-4 Sheeting, 12ic; usual price 17.
G-4 4 16 " 21.
" 7-ii 20 " ' 25.
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l,t goods manufactured. 3,000 dozen Ladies Dark hose, loc; the .nc tv orth
U V a I? BEIffiEIsDS' BALTIMORE STOEE, 90S 7Ui street; X. V
palace,
STHE32T, 3SJ". "W.
Fashionable and Desirable Styles.
TIPS, P
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Ladies5 Dresses,
AVOID THE RUSH.
ALACE
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928 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets.
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.eadquaxters for MILLINERY.
Tin. Largest Stock of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and the largest assoit
ment oL" Plumes, Tips, Ribbons, Silks, Satins and Flowers.
For this week we will sell 3,000 dozen Hats for 25 cents, all shapes and colors
10n dozen Beautiful plumes, 22 inches long, desirable colors, only r0 cent?.
.5,000 dozen AVhite Plumas, 2-1 inches long, only $1.00; oOO Bunch Tips, ail
colors, 25 cents, j in a hunch.
EBMBMBBE3 FOR THIS W KBK ONLY.
AT
OSC5 Ttli Street, X5e(veeia I and T.
Headquarters for Millinery
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912 3? Street, Opposite Masonic Temple,
HEAD THE ASTONISHING LOW I'lilCES.
100 Men's Suit's at 3.30, worth $7.50; 100 Men's Suits at $5, worth' $12; 100
Men's Suits at 7.50, wnrLh 13; 100 Men's Suits, Blue Black Cheviots 8.50,
wortli J8; 100 Mens IJlue Fismnel Suits at $5.50, worth $12; 100 Men's Mid
dle Sex Flannel Suits s?. wan anted Indigo, -worth $14; 100 Men's Pants, 85c.
worth $2; 200 Mcn'h P.uiIm at $1.50, worth $3.50; 100 Men's Pants, 20 diJTercnt
designs at $2.50. wcrth $5.5i: joy's Suits at $.'3.50, from 12 to 10 years, worth
$S; 800 Children's Sails at $1.87, and $2.50, really worth double the money. We
have just received .?) elegant English Diagonal Suits at the remarkably low
prices of $12. a-tu illy wrlh $'3o! Our Motto is, "Satisfaction Guaranteed or
money refunded at
The nSy Original London Misfit Stoe
OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE, G Doors from Ninth Street.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
ESTABLISHED 15?
937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Wear Tenth Street
PIlISTOS A.IST3D ORGrA.NS
For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms,
Tarring, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Yiolins, Flutes,
Guitars, and everything in the musio line for
OA.SII Olfc OjN" imrSTAHiBJEEITS.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.,
. 937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
730 111 Street. SAMTAGS' AUCTION. 730 7th Street.
I WILL SELL FOR THIRTY DAYS
G.,500 Bonnets, 3,000 Untrimmed Hats,
AT AUCTION PRICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
COME AT DIE THE STOCK UT IE SOLD.
SAMUE SAMTAGS.
730 7th St. Manager. 730 7t St.
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W IDEA,
ST1F
London, Mny 31 Tho grand jury in Lon
don has found true bills against Dr. Galla
gher and the other alleged dynamite.conspir-treason-felony.
It is said Mr. Gladstone rejected the Duke
of Albany's proposition to be Governor-Gen-rl
of jDanada oil account of his youth.
"Pigliting "has been renewed rith disas
trous results between tho forces of the Ameer
of Afghanistan and the Shinwarris.
Vice President Blanchard, of the Erie
Railway, has given his opinion in favor of
the English Channel tunnel.
It is repoited that the King of Annam will
be held responsible by the French for the re
cent hostilities near Haoni.
The manifesto by the Czar is said to have
created an unfavorable impression in St.
Petersburg.
The body of Wni. Lenders, a rich Phiadel
delphiau, who disappeared a few days ago,
has been found in Gulph creek six miles
from Hot Springs, Ark. On his person were
3 in cash and $800 worth of diamonds.
Gen. G. r. Buell, United States army, died
yesterday at his residence, near Nashville,
Tenn., from the effects of an operation per
formed on his jaw some three wcolcs, ago,
complicated with heart disease.
A preacher named Byard has been tarred
and feathered by a mob at Franklin, Ne
braska, for beating his daughter, who had
informed hor mother of his relations with
other women.
Bartholomew Nealon, in a lit of drunken
passion, cut his wife's throat at their h me,
in Boston, and then went to his father's
house and cut his own throat.
The steamer City of Tokio, which arrived
at San Francisco recently, brought fl(JG cases
of opium, the duty on which amounted to
nearly $2;1S,COO.
Tho board of overseers of Harvard Col
lege, by a vote of 11 to IS, refused to confer
the degree- of doctor of laws on Governor
Butler.
Geiscn's brewery at Canton, Ohio, has been
burned. Loss .S.CCO.
Advices from San Carlos state that Luco's
wife, son, son-in-law, daughter and graml
chiidaen, with fourteen womon and six
bucls, have surrendered to the military au
thorities near San Carlo0. Tho Indians are
direct from Mexico, and report that all tlio
hostiles arc ready and anxious to surrender,
so that a speedy ending of the Indian war
in Mexico and the return of Gcu-.Ciook to
Arizona is anticipated.
J. W. Mobley, agent of the Toxa Express
Company, and John Reeves, a passenger on
a Texas-Pacific train, got into a dispute at
Baird's Station, and Beeves shot Mobely. A
bystander named Davenport was wounded
by one of the shots fired.
GENEBAlKEWs?.
Lokdon, May 00. The Emperor and Em
press of Russia yesteiday received the Con
gratulations of the duchesses and ladies of
the court.
In a speech at the meeting of the Irish
National League in Dublin, yesterday, Mr.
Sexton said that the interference of the Popo
iu tho Paruell testimonial indicated perdou3
and intolerable intervention in the futuro
political course of tbe Irish people, bnt that
the priests maintained a dignified silence,
with which, ho said, Mr. Parnell's admirers
were satisfied.
The contrilu-ions of Peter's pence havo
continued to decrease so rapidly during the
past few months that au appeal is being pre
pared by the Pope, urging the bishops t
awaken the faithful to tho necessity of pro
viding funds for the needs of the Holy See.
Tho Journal dc Home, commenting on the
friendly attitude which France has shown
recently towards the Vatican, says a rupture
between Franco and the Vatican would de
prive the former in tho face of tho triple
alliance of a great source of strength.
Patrick O'Brien, Michael Byrnes and Pat
rick Slater, cSargel with intimidating Dub
lin juries, have been admitted to bail-
London, May 29. Franco has assured
Great Britain that she does not intend to
annex Tonqnin, but only to maintain her
treaty rights.
Ihe Suez Canal Company of Paris and tho
British government have arrived at an un
derstanding in regard to a second canal.
Mr. John Pender, in a speech in London,
says the Atlantic cables aro able to do three
times as much as they are doing.
It is said that the Pope intends to issue a
circular letter denouncing secret societies.
A CU5LAH KATIU3 ATJLYiXWIBUIUi
FIVE LIVES LOST AND S300.000 WORTH
OF PJtOPERTY DESTROYED,
Lyncubukg, Va., May 30. Tho most dis
asterous fire that over visited this city broke
out at 10 o'clock this morning and raged fur
iously. A large amount of property was
destroyed, including the Daily Vinjinhm
building and fixtures, the Commercial Bank,
the large hardware establishment of Jones,
Watts Bros. & Co., the large tobacco manu
factory of Flood fc Peters, and other busi
ness houses. Several residences were also
destroyed.
The fire was got under control after raging
two hours and destroying property to the
amount of over 300,000. The loss of Jones,
Watts Bros. & Co., is estimated at i:0,000 :
insurance only $32.fC0. The Virginian
office was totally destroyed, the loss being
estimated at 20,000: insurance, $15,000.
Peters & Flood, tobacconists, loo-e about
SEO.OOO: insured for 34,000. A number of
smaller buildings were destroyed, on which
there was a partial insurance, and others
were partly damaged by water and fire. Five
men Halsey Gauldman, Policeman James
Yaughan, Felix Beldelore, Jas. Clemens and
Capt. Win. R. Moore, the last a conductor on
the Norfolk and Western Railroad were
buried under the walls of the Virginian
building and killed. It took several houis
of hard work to recover their bodies. The
,Ci(y Council held a meeting to-night ami
passed a resolution of respect to the dead,
'and calling upon tho citizens to suspend
business to-morrow and attend the funeral
PEOPLE TRAMPLED UNDER FOOT.
31 ANY PERSONS KILLED INTIFE CRUSH
A VntAl Stairway ami a Woman'? Scream
I'ri'cinitatliijr thr iaster-Drlvimi Back
tue Crowd with HnjoucH.
New Yor.KvMay 00 Tho Brooklyn bridge
leceived a Ureadful baptism to-day. In a.
crush that occurred, arpar"tly by Occident,
on tho New York anchocn-w, a number of
persons, mostly women and children, were
crushed, ometo death, sonic fatally and
still others severely. A scene of terror
reigned for fully fifteen or twenty minutss
that bailies description. When it wa ove -,
cartloads of wounded and crushed hunio
beings were takm oat of the New York en
trance of the bridge. A small monntain of
torn and abandoned clothing was gathered
up by the police. The accideut occurred on
the New York anchorace where the solid
bottom of the middle fcotwiy ends and two
ilights of seven steps each with an inter
mediate land ng load up to the plank walk of
the span between the New York anchorage
aid tower. It was shortly after 4 o'c'ock, and
the bridge was crowded from one end to the
other, so that there was hanUy elbow room
on the footway.
L003C PLEASANT!
The New York Pnotoro.. (Davis Branch)
TO iiax-nt,t, v.1 V W l,ou-nti (i find ll '
streets, continued reduction for Hue photo
graplis CV.binets, $2 per dozen : enbinsls.
si.."? ) per half dozen; cards, $1 per dozen.
Proofs s'f ow:i and satl.-fiotion guar;-.r.ed.
JJLt RENT- j
Co. A. Capitol City Guard, having recently j
fitted up their armory on E Street, between
TwtKth and Thirteenth, N. YY, are now pre-
parol to rent their armory to respectable (
perions fo: pr.rtie.-, bails, &c. This elegant ,
and -p-ic'ou' hall ban all ;h necessary con- I
venieucos attaciied, suitable for reception?, J
fairs ttc, it has. airo. a kuhe.V and eat!e-
hall the colored puoph- could procure in this
city. Forpirticulars. address Captain KpIIj.
W QStrost, N. W.. or rijond Auditors
Office, oiuer I7ih a'ul G.N. W., or lihja
te'iait Mdvin, 17LI It Street N. W., corner
'OtiaidF&rtot, N. W.
J FITOL
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1 Will tw, their firat piu-nic and open
j !
, air concert. Dfecraoiof: Day, ilaySOth
i
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t ;tt Gennar. ScIiuIjph Parle, better
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known ;u Gal s Woods. First and i
Uoundrv street?, "X". E. Musical Con-
cert to I'oir.hiencu at 2 o'clock, tmd con-
tinuc until G P. M. JMnss In" Prof.
W. I" .Webor. The Parfc will be open
fr.iM 11 A. SL until midnight. Ad-
i mission zo cents.
230 CABESF " HATS.
G rent Bargains at A. Dlttrich's Hat Fac
to rj in
SILK, FELT AM) STRAW IIAIS.
will bo sold at manufacturer's prices.
HO ner cent, cheaper than any other house in
the city. Military Caps and Hats made to
order. Call at A. DITTBICH, tho Great
Hatter, 721 7th Street. may ;-tE
WM. BRODT,
isji
419 11th Street, X. W., Between Pein a.
and E.St., Washington, D. C.
A large assortment of all kinds of
HATS constantly on hand and made
. to order at shortest notice.
1 Old Hats repaired and altered equal
. to new.
! WILLIAM LJREEIAM CO,!
Have just opened their NEW
VARIETY STORE,
At No. I'jOI corner of M and Fifteenth
street, N. Y., where they will keep constantly
on hand a choice selectionjof
CONFECTIONERY,
FRUITS, ICE CREAM,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigars,
tobacco, stationery, stamps, etc. Pure coun
try milk and ice for sale at lowest cash
prices.
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Have Just opened their New Confectionery
,-udIco Cream Saloon at No. 15C0 ICth street,
corner of P, N- W., where they will keep
constantly on hand a choice selection of
confectionery, fruits, ice cream and water
ices. Families, balls, parties and picnics
served at the shortest notice. N. B. Con
stantly on hand the choice brands of cigars
and tobacco.
E. MURRAY,
Ice Cream Parlors,
1118 K SfREET.
First-chiss Cream Wholesale and Re-
tail." Orders promptly attended to.
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SPM8 IS HERE A1S0 AMi I
iSEU
1226 Pa. Avenue m W.
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Thebesfc place for a goodlMfcnlfandl
Lunch in the City. Meate.. 25) centts;;
Lunches, 10 15 andJ20cts.
AtEAL TICKETS.
23 regular meal tickets for $5V te
twenty cent tickets for 1.90; tern fifw
teen cent tickets for 1.50, five 25conb
tickets for $1.15.
flb- have every convenience for
sending Meals out to Ladies andl GW
tlemen, also families. Breakfast? from
7 to 10 A. JL, dinner from 12 to (5
P. St.
Open from 6 A. AL to 12 P. M.
Furnished or unfurnished room;
with board by the day, week or monUfn
Pension Clerks will findl this tho
most convenient place in the eifcy. Wo1
can serve you a first ulasts meiall its tteni
minutes.
W-A-HsTTIEnD
100 TABLE BOABHBS
A.X ONCE,
-o-
-A Choic Asor,&m.finft q$-
Fine Cigars, Cgarets
AND TOBACCO
ALWAYS ON HAM
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Having had many yoassi of? oxi-joi!
ence in catering we ana now nrenuredi
to give entire satisfaction! to all! ,; who i
will give us their patronage
:o:-
General Maiap:
Don't forget nam& and numUer
1226 Peim: A,vemue;,NuWv
G.H.Robinson,

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