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n STEWART, Bronraw iliNAOm ikd Publishes.
Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit.
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VOL- II.
WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1883.
NO. 5.
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81NorSest. ' 1 KIM S PALACE ) Northwest.
Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices.
j l-jji-1 Pattern Bonnets and Hats, sold formerly from 5 to $12, arc now
,.,.. l-.t of Fine colored Leghorn Hats, worth 1.25, at 25 and 50 cents.
1,1.,,-K liir French Chip Hats at 25 cents worth $1.25.
f "ejrant Tip-, all colors, 37, 50, 75 cents, and $1 a bunch.
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AT 75c, $1.50 AND $2.
vert 3:.2stjdsoin:e
AT $2-50, $3 AND $3.50.
V, ;.' buns from 5 to 9 inches wide, from 10 to 75 cents per vard.
..-it 40 per cent, less than Importers Prices.
.-' . Miks, Satins and Laces at a discount of 33 per cent.
J. - asul (Children's Dresses at 30 per cent, less than cost.
v. M;m,. Ltelcand Silk Gloves, lower than elsewhere.
:.. . , I English Crape and Black Dress Silk at astonishingly low prices
nr.- K is bound to go. Call and embrace this opportunity to buy bar-
PALACE,
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W 7th Street. SAMTAGS'
I WILL SELL FOR
1,500 Bonnets, 3,000 Untrimrned Hats,
AT AUCTION PRICES,
25,000 Yards of Assorted Ribbons, 3,000 Bunches of Feathers.
fflll AT DIE Til STOCK MIST 1 SOLD.
SAMUE SAMTAGS.
730 7th St.
THE NEW IDEA,
926 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets.
Headquarters for MILLINERY.
The Largest Stock of trimmed and untrimrned Hats and the largest assort
ment of Plumes, Tips, Ribbons, Silks, Satins and Flowers.
CHVI-f
Tor 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.
5.0Waozen White Plumes, 24 inches long, only $1.00; 300 Bunch Tips, all
colors, 25 cents, 3 in a bunch.
REMEMBER, FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
AT
THE NEW IDEA,
OSJO 7"tli Street., Between I and. K-
Headquarters for Millinery.
JQHET F. ELLIS & CO.
ESTABLISHED !Sfc35.
9S7 Pennsylvania AYonuer Near Tenth Street
:PIA.2STOS -AJSTD OEGANS
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For Sale at Reasonable
ItUlhig, Eepairing and Moring ptompUj
Guitars, sad eTerytbing
CASH OB ON rrSTSTLlL.lMDESJXTS.
ifOlIN F. BlililS & CO.,
937 PEKNSYLVANIAAVCMUC
S1I-W HSIiSALE!
DRIVE IN PLUMES
814 Seventh Street
Northwest.
AUCTION. 730 7tl Street
THIRTY DAYS
Manager. 730 7tSf.
Prices, on Easy Terms, !
attended to. Ooraeto, Violin Tltmt
in the mwio line for
GREAT SACRIFICES
ORIGINAL
LONDON MISFIT STORE,
912 F STREET,
OPPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE.
Has bought the entire stock of a failing manufacturer, and offers .the following
great bargains: 1,000 "White Vests, Marseilles, "Duck and dLijienvour choice
for 48 cents, really worth 2. 400 English Seersucker guits in ten different
shades, $4.75, worth $10. Genuine Seersucker Suits 10, worth $22. Blue
Flannel Coats, 2.25, worth $5. 1,000 Office Coats, 42 cents. 1,000 Alpaca
and Mohair Coats, $1.50. 500 Men's suits in 20 different patterns, vour choice
$6, worth 12. 500 Blue Flannel Suits, 5, 6 and $7. Bargains." 500 Chil
dren's Suits $1.S7, 2.25 and $2.50. Sailor Suits from 4 to 11 years, $1.25.
Men's Working Pants, G2 cents, 75 cents, 87 cents and. $1. All Wool' Pants
$1-5, $2.25, $2,50 and $3, worth double the money. Bovs' 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
or cellars. '
908 Seventh St., Between 1 and K Sts.
Have opened the following Great Bargains
One case Handsome Lawns, 4c.
" " 5c.
One case 5-4 Sheeting, 12jc; usual price 17.
lb "
20 "
23 "
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9-4 " 25
8-4 "
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 arc worth
fully 20c. a pair.
T. BTCHRENDS' BALTIMORE STORE, 903 7th street, N. W.
AMUSEMENTS.
URSION
TO
RICHMOND, VIR'A
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JULY 4th, 1SS3.
Tie WasliDiton Caiel Corps
Will give their Second Richmond i
Excursion. Tram 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.
TICKETS FOR THE ROUM) TRIP:
For Adults $2.00
For Children between 5 and 12 yrs. 1.00
For Children under 5 yrs., Free.
The various Military and Civic 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.
CaptW. P. Gray; The Baltimore Rifles
of Baltimore, Md., Geo. M. Matthews;
and others have already signified their
acceptance.
Members of tiie committee will
attend at the depot to procure tickets
for ladies anil 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 day 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. J. Brooks.
Sergeant, J. H. Saunders.
Corporal, Richard Laws.
Cadet, J. A. Payne.
Cadet, J. B.Wright.
i Cadet J. R.Brown.
WILLIAM L. FREEMAN & CO,
Have just opened their NEW
VARIETY STORE,
At So. 1501 corner of M and Fifteenth
on hand & choice selection'of
confectionery,
JJ.HU JUL, J-VXi vxvjoxiu,
And Soda Water in season. Also cigars,
tobacco, stationery, stamps, etc. Pare coun
try &k and ce for sale at lowest cash
prices.
Levi IWIcCabe Caterer.
Meals Served. Oixt,
Table Board..
922 I Ith Street, N. W.S
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' 25.
" 30.
35.
LOOK PLEASANT!
The New York Photo. Co., (Davis Branch)
723 Seventh St.. N. W., between G nnd H
I Hrects, continued reduction for flue photo-
I crnphs Cabinets, $2 per dozen : cabinets,
1.5' per half dozen: cardSi $1 per dozen.
j Proofs shown and satisfaction guaranteed.
FOR RENT-
Co. A, Cnpitol City Guard, having recently
Sited Up their armory on E Street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth, N. W., are now pre
pared to rent their armory to respectable
I nersons for nnrties. balls, it- This elegant
HI1U ppUwUUB mill uao till, ir J iicvcnaoi j ouu
venienccB attached, suitable for receptions,
fairs, &c, it has, also, a ladies' and centlo
rnaus' 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 Lieu
tenant Malvin, 1711 11 Street, N. W., corner
10th and F Street, N. W.
GtO TO CHAFE'S
Ice Cream Saloon
Ail Goufectionery Resort!
Foreign and Dom os tic Fruit, Ginger A'e,
Soda, French Cukes, Pio, Biacuus, l(o Is
tvery day Alderny Milk.
Oysters Fried & Stewed
Cigara and Tobacco. 11 9 I Stro t, N. W.
6tp23-tf.
JTJSTJTS OLD STAND,
LADIES' AND G NTLEUEN'S
FirSt-
m Spprnifl.rTawl ninthinn
1)1 UlllUU UUUU11U -U.U11U U1UL1UU&,
BOOT3. SHOES, HATS. ETC.
619 D St, bet th si:d 7th Els. N.
E. S. 3TJSTH. rmprietor.
L.C. Fletcher,Solicitor,
EENTS COLLECTED.
Solicitor for Fire nnd Life In-
urmc Oirue FEDERAL BUILDING. Room
53, coiuor 7h aud F. S'. N. W.
jOo' RESIDENCE, 1322 B St., N.E. -
fcplO-lm.
HOUSE A2H3 WALL PAINTING,
GRAINING, &C.
J T. STBWART,
Orders left at the office of Tile Bee
will be promptly attended to. 1107 I
Street, N. W. Apl-lm.
Real Estate & Loans Negotiated
Reliable pereou3 can obtain email sums oi
money by applying to
W. Augustus Stewart,
Office room corner of 10th and F street
Residence, 1703 l'Jth street, N. W.
All notices attended to promptly.
"W. JEI. Harrorer,
iTAXUrXCTCHEB OF
STOVES. RANGES AND FURNACES,
And dealer in Table CtiMlerr, Tinware, House
Furnifhing G.wdd, etc , 313 Srcnth Street.
Nurthwest nnd Pennsylvania Avenno,
2i- Wa-hingtcm, D.C.
Philadelphia House,
WILLIAMS & MEREDITH,
Proprietors:.
348 Penn. Avenue, N. W.
june3-tf.
E. MURRAY,
Ice Cream Parlorp,
HIS K STREET.
First-class Cream Wholesale and Re
tail. Orders promptly attended to.
LATEST NEWS.
London, June 27. Ii Is reported from
St. Petersburg that the negotiations between
Russia and the Vatican has been concluded.
It has been decided that President Grevy,
of France, shall personally answer the let'er
of the Pope upon church affairs.
The trial of Said Bey Khandeel for com
plicity in the massacre at Alexandria, Egyyf,
has begun.
The panic over the cholera in Egypt is
increasing.
Jonathan Hi Green, of Pennsylvania, who
has achieved considerable notoriety as the
"reformed gambler," has been arrested in
Philadelphia, charged with having fleeced a
young man out of several hundred dollars.
Henry Gillespie, late postmaster at David
son College, N. C, and James F. Gamble,
his clerk have been arrested at Charlotte, N.
C, by roatoffice Inspector Lamson on a
charge of robbing the mails of 290.
The Baltimore & Ohio railroad Co., has
succeeded in establishing a fast line be
tween Baltimore nnd Washington, running
time 4G minutes distance forty miles.
Heavy rains in Pennsylvania has done dis
astrous damage to railroads and crops
Railroad travel has been delayed in conse
quence of heavy wash outs.
At Rolling Fork, Miss., Nathan Ayerr in
sulted Mrs. Chisholm, and was killed by her
Eon Thomas.
Atftashvllle.Tomi., a fire destroyed ue
buildings occupied by Diehl & Lord, beer
bottlers, Valentine & Co.. chewinggum and
prize-package manufacturers, partly des
troyed the AVoodward building occupied by
Phillips, Butlorff & Co., dealers in wdoden
and stoneware, and Hadley, "White & Co.,
druggists. Probable loss $30,000.
A committee of the New York board of
aldermen has recommended the acceptance
of the offer of the Virginia Military Institute j
to return to that city on the Fourth of July, :
the flag formally presented to the lGith Reg- '
ImentNew York Volunteers and captured by
I he Confederate array.
131ght men have been arranged at Wllkes
barre, Pa., for the killing of John Briggs, at
Shickshinny, last February. A demand was
made that each of the defendants be given
a separate trial, and it was granted. The
trial promises to be long.
The empaneling of a jury for the trial of
ex-Treasurer Polk at Nashville, Term., makes
slow progress. Out of two hundred persons
summoned, only one juror has yet been se
cured, all the others having formed an
opinion in the case.
A ton of silver coin is now being turned
out daily at the Philadelphia mint. The
most of this is in dollars, and some small
coin, notably dimes. The demand for five
cent nickles is in advance of the ability to
gnpply.
Dr. Isaac J. Hathaway, in the cellar of
whose residence in Philadelphia the remains
of n number of infants were recently found
buried, has been convicted of having per
formed a criminal surgical operation upon
a servant girl named Mary Butler in April,
1881, and was sentenced to pay a fine of $500
an undergo an imprisonment of seven yearo
the fullest extent of the law.
A band of 150 masked men rode up to the
jail at Jefferson, Texas, on Tuesday night,
took out the negro, Douglass, charged with
criminally assaulting Mrs. Rogers, put him
on a horse and rode rapidly away. Yester
day morning Douglass was found hanging
to a tree with four bullet holes through his
head.
GENERAL NEWS.
London, Juno 2C Minister Lowell spoke
in praise of the American fisheries at a ses
ion of the Fisheries Conference in London
i.rr?nw niolif. Prof. Goode read a paper
on the same subject, for which he received a i
vote of thanks.
All the Christian lawyers at Nyreghaza,
Hungary, were at the trial of the Jews
charged with murdering a Christian girl is
proceeding, have adopted a resoiuuuu i
inckinff the conduct of the public proscutor ,
because he scarcely conceals his belief that
the case was fabricated by persons opposed
to the Jews.
The floods in Missouri and Mississippi
Um ncfid incalculable loss crops de-
stroyed, families in previous good condition
have been made destitute, and large a vj.
stocks reported. Destitution m we iow
lands of the American bottom,which extends
from Alton to Cairo, a distance of 200 miles,
is reported, and hundreds of families left
destitute,
rrfen inTw the destruction of the Planters
"" ,. .it n-unncMiMnti
VHnRPed-OilMill. at New Orleans on Mon-
," .. . Kfinnno mi
aynfght is now estimated at $500,000, on
iQicn we insurant ia w,vv.
Rufe Minor, charged with the robbery of
Vilson, Colston &Co.'s bonds in the bank
jf Baltimore, last September, has been ar
tested in New York.
P-rpr.pimer Brothers, totiacco, whiskey
and Western produce deders, of New Or
leans have failed; liabilities, $40,000. Ther
has been no statement of assets.
The Sepreme Court of Ohio has decided
xi-afi,-nnnrtnxlawtobe constitutional-
1I1M HLAJLU vw -
m,ftflfiRth rate from yellow fever at Vera
Cruz, Mixico. is said to be fifteen a day.
In consequence of the energetic protests
made by General Wallace, the American
Minister to Turkey, in the case of the two
American missionaries who were attacked
and nearly killed by Kurds near Bittis, the
Governor of Erzeroum has been ordered to
suppress brigandage at any cost
Intelligence has been received at Sierra
Leone that the recent British operations
against Chief Gbpowe were attended with
great atrocities on the part of the native al
lies, who butchered and mutilated all the
nales taken prisoners.
A Woman's Rights meeting was held in
London Monday night. Mr. Jacob Bright,
M-P., presided. Miss Susan B. Anthony
and Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton made ad
dresses. Earl Spencer, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland,
replying to an address presented to him at
Limerick Monday, spoke in deprication of
forced emigration.
Mr. Parnell says the Irish party hopes to
improve the Land act so as to reduce rente
50 per cent.
The magnitude of the disaster from the
floods below StLonis is just beginning to be
disclosed. The break in the dyke below the
city has caused destruction covering- a wide
ftrea. Thousands of families between Lou
isiana and Crofton are homeless and fleeing
before the floods. Stock to thenumper of
6,000 head have already been drowned in the
American bottoms. Telegraphic commu
nication is seriously interrupted. The Suy
: Carte bottoms are ruined for the year.
At Chicago a rather extraordinary spell of
weather was experienced, beginning with a
cold wave and lasting twenty-four hours.
The mean temperature was about 50 deg.
above zero. Fire3 were built in many offi
ces and private houses. Winter under ware
and topGoats were in much request. At
the races the spectators, with overcoats bnt
toned up, had to keep moving to prevent be
ing chilled through,
A dispatch from Chicago says that the sen
tence of the court-martial in Paymaster
Wasson's case is "to be discharged dishon
orably from the service, to be confined at
hard labor in the penitentiary for eighteen
months, and to have the facts respecting his
crime and its punishment published in the
newspapers of Iowa, the State from which
he was appointed to the army."
The Planters' Cottonseed Oil Works, in
Algiers, La., has been struck by lightntning,
set on fire and entirely destroyed. This wca
die largest cottonseed oil mill in existence.
The loss is roughly estimated at a million
dollars.
Mr. Parnell, in an addre3 at Monaghan,
Ireland, yesterday, told the largo crowd
which gathered to hear him, that if they de
sired another land bill they must return
Mr. Healy to Parliament.
In an affray at Curragh, Ireland, Sunday
night, between North Mayo and Dublin
militiamen, seventeen men were wounded.
Forty-seven persons were bnrned to death
in a place of amusement at Dervis, on the
shore of Lake Como, yesterday.
A fire on the island of Gutujewski, near
St. Petersburg, yesterday, destroyed prop
erty valued at 1,500,000 roubles.
The law of Virginia requires that every
person elected or appointed to any post or
office under the laws of the commonwealth,
shall, before he acts In euch office, take the
anti-dueling oath. No exceptions are made.
The New York commissioners of immi
gration held a special meeting to consider
what measures should be taken to stop the
influx of pauper immigrants from Great
Britain.
At Philadelphia, a faded little woman in a
cheap calico stepped into the office of the
Chief of Police. While "Dr." Isaac Hath
away was in jail denying all knowledge of
the skeletons found in the cellar of the house
he occupied, this woman, his wife, made a
complete statement of all she knew to the
Chi re. She told of the Doctor's unlawful
transactions, and gave the names of his pa
tient, ono it iB nnflnrstood that sumo ve i hQ
patients will be summoned to testify. Said
an official to-day: "We are going for the liv
ing evidence, and don't care whom we strike.,
The woman told a shocking story. She
said that large and ferocious hounds were in
the cellar where the bodies of dead infants
were thrown, and that the brutes were al
lowed to feast on them. Borne of the bodies
were burned in a red-hot stove. She reit
erated the statement that there were more
jiltle skeletons in the cellar of the Fifth
street house than had been found. Coroner
Janney will hold an inquest this morning
upon the remains of the twenty-one infanta
found on Tuesday.
London, June 2t. The British passengei
vessels Hurunnia and Waitara, of the New
Zealand Shipping Company, collide! on
Friday night off Portland, Eng., an3 the
Waitara sank. Many lives were lost.
There were fifty deaths from yellow fever
at Havana last week. Dr. Daniel M. Bur
gess has been reappointed sanitary inspector
for the United States. Private advices from
Vera Cruz state that yellow fever is making
feaff m
ravages among Europeans and
Americans. The heat at Vera Cruz is said
to be almost unprecedented.
Louise Michel has been convicted in Paris
t on the charge of sedition and pillage and
' sentenced to imprisonment for six years.
The reports regarding France and China
are of a pacific nature.
Duke, the colored man who entered the
sleeping apartments of the Misses Cooper, in
Lincoln parish, La., it is supposed with crim
nal intentions, was found on Saturday by a
DOay men who were pursuing him and shot
t0 deatn.
An affray occurred at Richmond, Va., be
tween Dr. W. T. Cruchfiteld and L. F. Mason,
in which the former was stabbed four times.
The physicians say he cannot live. The dif
ficulty was the result of an old feud.
o receiver oi we Drosen laru urm ua
. . . . . e ..
The receiver of the broken lard firm of
-tucueocn, veiinguaiii a. vjo., ua vim;ti"
tfcat the o the exceed
$5,000,000.
In East St. Louis proper the situation 19
about unchanged. The water which broka
through the Madison dyke made a fearful
crevasse in the Chicago and Alton embank
ment About 600 feet of track sank and dis-
appeared in an instant. The gap has widened
ever since. Parallel with this embankment
run the Indianapolis and St. Louis and the
Wabash tracks, which also went down after
the Chicaco and Alton, and thus cut off all
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direct rail connection with the north.
At a called meeting of the stock and
registered bondholders of the East Tennes
see, Virginia and Georgia Railroad Com
pany has been held at Knoxville, full power
was granted the directors to make any ex
tension to the system they deem proper,
ether by construction, purchase or lease,
and they were authorized to place a mort
gage on EU3h acquisition to provide means to
meet such extraordinary expenses.
The sea has cut so far into the bank of the
inlet at Bernegat, N. J., that six or eight feet
of the foundation of the government light
house is exposed, and a large hotel is in dan
ger of being washed into the inlet
A package of $40,000 expressed by the
New York Marine Bank via the Erie Road to
the Susquehanna Pa.) Valley Bank was
found on arrival at the bank to contain only
blank paper.
The bill to incorporate the Cape Cod Ship
Canal Company has passed the Massachu
setts Legislature.
The postoffice at Culpepper, Vs., was en
tered by burglars Wednesday night, the safe
blown open and robbed of all the Btamps it
contained.
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1226 Pa. Avenue, If. W,
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The best place for a good ileal and!
Lunch in the City. Meals, 25 Gents;t
Lunches, 10, 15 and 20 cts.
MEAL TICKETS.
23 regular meal tickets for $5, tea)
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 for
sending Meals out to Ladies and Gen
tlemen,, aiso iamines. xtmahsuov xsouv
7 to 10 A. M., dinner from 12 to 6
P.M.
Open from 6 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Furnished or unfurnished room
with board by the day, week or month
Pension Clerks wiU find this thoi
most convenient place in the city. We
can serve you a first class meal in tern
minutes.
WJOsTTEID
100 TABLE BOABDESS
a.t oitcjs.
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A Choice Assortment of
Fine Cigars, Cgarets
AND TOBACCO
ALWAYS ON HAND.
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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