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SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1884.
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rir-al' '' alJ newsdonleis in the city
Xi. Wiilmin U. Hall, the commander of
I'ott S. . A. R.. is lying very 111.
The !"' entertainment that was going
on at tin- John Wesley church has closed.
The funeral of J. F. Wilkinson took place
friuthe John Wesley chuich Thursday after
noon. Wev.Cowles preached the sermon.
Mrs. C.IIi. Wilson and children iefl the cit v
.M seXHrtiRy for Lincoln, Loudoun County,
i , -where 'they will spend the summer.
Tue .. M. K. church lias a union eampmeet
mihi jwagrcss a few miles above Aunapolis
luiM-tioii. (Koimd trip ticket from Washing
ion ivo eoulK.
'IlK'likvnie given Inst Tuesday by the Union
I.. theitfebbHlh bchool was an enjoyable affair
tot Inrtli the little ones and the old folks that
liHi'iided. tllie ladies and gentlemen who had
liaie4eerve a great deal of credit for the
inaiiuttffltieH and good order observed.
Tie ifoir.niture. liquors, cigars,
ami a!8 (tllie cft'eds of the late John
1 iicks, T the !Park Hotel, were
-old ml jpu'blie unction on Tuesday.
'tHie M World, of New York
iiv, in clown on Cleveland and
IkM.ricfo, and' has come out
Mjuavelr lor Blaine and Logan.
TIk' "World" is the most influen
tial er on the globe among the
Irish jeojle. Editor Patrick
Foil's hi'ttvl is level.
Iwwji living in the North
ut'si jjiart of the city can always
find Cpes of the Bee for sale at
the cigar stand and ice-cre.ini par
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White, at the corner of Sixteenth
and 'P streets. Give them a call.
A complimentary pic-nic will
he tendered to company "B,"
Capital Oity Guards, h' its hon
orary ui'iumbers. at Van Ness Gar
den, I7lh and J3streeis, N. W., on
Friday, .August 1st, 1884, for the
benefit of said company. Music
b Prof. Krause. Admission 25
cents. Children under 10 year.-,
EVERYBODY IS GOING
to the ipic-nic and summer night's
hhtival, to continue three days at
L i -fie r's Washington 0y Garden,
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes
day, August 4th, oth, and 6th.
The garden will be illuminated
with gas, and has the finest danc
ing .platform in the city. Oapt.
Tlionms S. Kelley and his com
mittee are doing all they can to
make this eutertainment pleasant
ami enjoyable to all.
The committee will issue a check
with every ticket, and the three
ladies who shall collect the great
et number of them up to ten
oYU-k Wednesday evening, Au
gust Gth, shall each be given a
Fine French China Tea Set of 44
piocw. Admission, 25 cents.
Ion't fail to go to the pic-nic of
Coitijpany A Capital City Guard.
Mr. C. F. Butler, ofMauasBas,
a., was in the city on Tuesday
ai'l paid! us a visit. Mr Butler
doing well in the State and will,
no d'Mibt, with the assistance of
his many friends, improve the
condition of the colored people.
lh" wayoung man with a brilliant
future (before him. We wish him
A co-respondent writes: Will
y"UjlcHse inform me when straw
W can be worn without exciting
iaitnont? Certainly. Straw hats
CJUi he worn without exciting
coiiHHent when they are worn on
tJe nead. But when they are
! cavorting along the street in
a gle of wind yon must expect a
t'wuark or two. Philadelphia Call.
AmG when worn in December
w January, with a hrick in it.
THE UNION BETHEL MET
DESCRIPTION OF TnEIR NEW TEMPLE
Among the mauy grand andimposingchurch
ediliccs In the West end, none stand out more
prominent in its grandeur and outlines ol
sy metrical beauty than the church In course of
completion, situated on M St. bet. 15th and
ICth Sts. n. v., belonging to the congregation
whose name heads this article.
The history of this church is an eventful
one, and a brier outline may serve as an In
centive to Hie rising generation to press for
ward with the work commenced by the early
The church was organized in 183G, over AS
years ago, when not only the vista of slavery
hovered around the hearthstone of the faithful
few struggling to serve the Kin? of Kings, but
the hydra-headed monster reached into those
humble homes and snatched the babe from
Its mother's breast, and sold one or both into
slavery under the shadow of the .Capitol of a
It was with this condition of surroundings
that a few God-fearing men and women In
1S3G organized the church, and under the
leadership of A. W. Way man. afterwards
Bishop Wayman, the firsthouse of worship, a
framo structure, was erected and dedicated to
the ever living God, on the site now occupied
by the magniticeut temple of worship almost
ready for occupancy.
In 18ol the old frame was relegated to the
rear of the lot to give place to a more commo
dious brick edifice to accomodate thegrowing
and prosperous congregation.
The church then erected, was regarded am
ple in size and facilities for generations to
come, but the spirit of the Lord permeated
and blessed the congiegation to such an ex
tent that it was found absolute necessary to
enlarge their temple 01 worship, and this was
commenced by Kev. J. W. Stevenson, in 18S1.
The present chinch edllice, which is near
ing complet ion, is 80 x 120, and is built of brick
Avith granite trimmings. The style of archi
tecture is a harmonious combination of Do'ic,
Corinthian and Gothic. The sealing capacity
will be about 3ooo. The galleries will be
open at each end with floors slightly raised.
The facilities for exit purposes are most ad
mirable; in addition to the main door there
are foui sets of stairway doors at each end or
The Pastor's study will be in the Immediate
rear or the pulpitand within stepping distance
or the same. The auditorium will be 7G x 100,
and will be one or the handsomest in the city.
The stained glass windows, one of which has
been donated by the Philadelphia conference,
another by the Baltimore conference, another
by the New Jersey conference, will be of the
finest and most exquisite workmanship. The
large front window has been donated by the
Hoard of Bishops, and will be in full harmony
with the prevailing style of beauty outlined
for this grand structure. The lecture room
will be a marvel of neatness and utility, the
size of it will be o'lxTo. In addition, there
will be two parlors 30 x 40 vhich will be lilted
up in a manner to create the envy of the ad
An infant class room 00 x Jo, also live class
rooms 15 x 2o and a library 2o x 2o are pro
vided for on the main basement floor, all of
which will be furnished with the most ap
proved furniture for their use.
The sub-basement will be specially fitted up
for domestic purposes to be utilized on occa
sion of social gatheiings for the benefit of the
church, and no pains will be spared in provid
ing it witli all the latest and most approved
The organ will not only be majestic in pro
portion but will rank deservedly with the
great instruments in the country; the name
of the builder, Jardinc and Son, of New York,
beinga guai-anlee of its superiority. The cost
willbeSoooo. The entire cost of the church
edifice will be about STo.ooo, S2o,ooo of which
was guaranteed by the General Conference at
Baltimore a few months ago.
The congregation is a live one, full of Christ
ian zeal for the success of their church, and
who, under the leadership of their most wor
thy pastor. Christian and elegant gentleman,
Ilev. Jas. 11. Handy, will soon have their beau
tiful temple ready for praises to the Great
Giver of light foi his mercy and kindness to
them. The Architect, Mr. T. G. Morsel, is de
serving of all praise for his beauty or concep
tion and faithfulness in executing the plans
or the church. The arious artisans and me
chanics engaged are deserving or commenda
tion for the thoroughness and conscientious
manner in which they have performed the du
ties assigned them.
The building commit tee consist of Messrs.
.Tno. A.Simms, sr.. Geo. Dally and Andrew
Twine, all men of integrity, vim and push,
LOUISE TO CLARA.
Dear Clara: I was somewhat sur
prised at the information given to you by
Maud concerning the Excursion of the
Orpheus Glee Club. " I can assure you
that Maud has been mis-informed. I
know it was not your Uesire to mis-represent
matters to the Household, concern
ing the excursion of the Orpheus Club.
The late excursion has caused a greatjdeal
of jealously, and while I am friendly to
both parties, I shall not attempt to defend
cither. Maud got her information con
cerning the complimentary tickets from
one of the Sparta members, which I think
is unfair. There are main things that
could be said of both excursions, which
no doubt would benefit the Household.
I suppose that you arc having an enjoy
able time at Annapolis. I should like
very much to be with you. My opiunion
and the single women has been time and
again expressed. There is not so much
of that association going on in the House
hold as heretofore, I have said time "and
again that it is the fault of the woman if
she allows herself to be insulted by either
married or single men. Our young men
these daj's are worthless. You can goat
any time and see two or three dozen of
them in the rum mill or at some house of
bad repute. If the females had any res
pect for themselves they would demand
more respects from them. But so long as
our females allow j'oung men to be too
familiar with them and visit these places
so long will the females be less respected.
Very often a young lady is insulted by
men before they know it. My advice to
the Household, Clara, is to so instruct
the females that it will be impossible for
any male to insult them.
No lady will follow a man to a
which is frequently done by some "of our
females; and there is one thing I must
give Mr. J. H. B. credit for, he found sev
eral of those females in theJPublic Schools,
and when they were brought to his
notice he expelled them, although he
takes his beer himself. Some people say
ladies should not drink beer. I don't see
why they should not if they want it
There is no more harm (from a moral
standpoint) to drink beer then it is to
drink wine. We go to a wedding, a par
ty or a reception, there we have the dif-
ferent kinds of wine; we all o rink and
nothing is said, one is a polite, drink,
while the other is rather vulgar. Those
ladies who cannot do without their beer
should have it brought to their homes.
Jn some places beer drinking is a cus
tom, but in Washington you will only see
the vulgar females go to the public places
and drink beer. I will be glad when my
sex shall see their mistakes in life, but,
the sooner the beetter.
I went out riding Sunday with our
freind IT. I saw several of our friends on
the road, especially E. P. .our dear lriend
at the mansion.
I visited the Ashbury A. M. C. last
Sundaj' evening, and to my surprise 1
found one Mr. Sparks in the pulpit. He
had things sparkling throughout the
church. My advice to Mr R., the pastor,
is to keep all such men out of the pulpit.
They are a disgrace, religiouslyspeaking,
and blasphemous to the doctrines of the
needs to be educated more so than any
thing else. The idea of ignorant men oc
cupying such high positions, attempting
to expund theology is ridiculous. I am a
christian woman and believe in sound
theologj-. Nothing would turn me an in
fidel or an atheist, quicker than for me to
listen to a few more sermons on the
Spark's order. At the conclusion of his
sermon he attempted to tell a joke of two
people getting married in by-gone dars.
I dont know where he got this story from,
but it was amusing as well as immoral.
It was when two persons were married
instead of the groom going to the house
of the bride, the groom's best man would
go. This and such other matter was
what Mr. Sparks electrified the congre
gation with at the Asbury Church on
last Sunday evening. Mr. Reed owes it
to himself and the people of the church
to keep such men out of the pulpit.
When a man is paid for preaching he
should preach. Making a noise in the
pulpit is not preaching. What the peo
ple want is sound doctrine. Some min
isters, especially the Methodist and Bap
tist have a great tendency to excite the
people by magnifying events and things
that never have been. Then to make
their argument stronger they begin to
shout, whoop and scieam siliout hell and
what will be done with sinners, etc. Then
3'ou will hear some old woman or man in
the Amen corner jump up and make
themselves obnoxious. I have seen many
a female's waterfall shooked off. God
don't require thi-, and he will send all
into eternity for blaspheming his doctrine
in that manner.
I am yours lovingly
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
Washington, D. C,
July, 21. 1884.
Editor The Bee.
Dear Sir: Permit me to correct a
misstatement made in your last issue of
19th inst. upon the authority of uMaud."
There were positively no complimenta
ry tickets issued for the Orpheus Excur
sion, lately given to Glymont, except to
the Amphion Glee Club of Philadelphia
and to the AppolloGlee Club of Washing
ton, neither of which put in an appear
ance, and two to newspaper men of this
city. Only one of whom attended.
No tickets were given out for sale or
otherwise than as above stated prior to
the excursion. All tickets were sold by
me as Treasurer, assisted by Dr. TJpshaw
at the boat on the day of the excursion,
with the assistance of Messrs. K. W.
Tompkins, J. W. Cole. F. T. Hyman,
Dr. Upshaw, and others. All cash and
tickets, sold and unsold were counted by
the time the steamer had fairly left the
wharf. They were found to agree with
the official count of the U. S. inspector.
There was but one single solitary lone
some complimentary ticket found present
ed, which was put in by one of the afore
said newspaper men, the other having an
engagement West failed to come.
To the credit of all parties concerned, I
feel bound to state the fact that even our
honorary members who were in atten
dance with their wives, children or friends
paid for tickets for their companions and
themselves, the active members bought
and paid for tickets for their relatives or
friends who accompanied them, and that
in spite of the assertion of Maud the par
ties referee! to were able to pay Tor their
tickets and did pay for them, and did not
run in on us as ''dead beats,' as any one
would infer from Maud's statement.
In conclusion, I am authorized, and do
hereby oiler a reward of ten dollars a
peice for every complimentary ticket
issued by the Orpheus Club for said ex
cursion except as stated above.
CHRISTIAN A. FLEETWOOD,
Treasurer Orpheus Glee Club.
There seems to be growing sen
timent among the people of New
York to return Roscoe Conkling
to the senate. With Blaine as
president and Coukling in the sen
ate the Republicans could do some
very effective work. Springfield,
The Louisiana House of Rep
resentatives has passed a Sunday
law, and a bill making contracts
for -'futures" unlawful. A bill
prohibiting prize-fighting was
loBt. A resolution was adopted
asking the restoration by the Fed
eral Government of all books re-latino-
to Louisiana's history
If you think that I3en Butler is
not capable of doing the Democra
tic party serious harm, just watch
the seciuel.- The Bulletin, Louis
NEWS FROM -MANASSAS.
(To the Bee.)
The young men of Manassas,
Va., have organized a Blaine and
Logan club. Mr. C. E.Butler,
who is well known in the city
among the leading 3011 ng men,
gives us encouraging news from
The club that was recently or
ganized consists of some of the
best and most influential men in
Virginia. Daniel Loniax, of Vir
ginia, was elected president, and
C. F. Butler, vice-president. This
club will raise a Blaine andLosran
flag about the 5th of August.
Hon. Fred Douglass and Mr. W.
Calvin Chase have been invited
to address the Republicans of Man
atsas on the day of the flag raising.
Rev. Marshall Williams, pastor
of the 1st Baptist church of Man
assas, is on a visit in Denver, Col
orado. Rev. Williams writes us
of his pleasant trip, and will return
Miss Gaskin of New York" is
with us, and also Miss Sophia
Williams of Alexandria, Va.
The ladies and gentlemen of
this place will give nu excursion
to Warrentou the 4th Sunday in
July. There will be a special car
to convey the excursionists, and a
happy time is anticipated.
The Irish and JSTegro votes are
united on Blaine andLogan.
There is a colored girl ac Colum
bia, S. C, 12 years old, who weighs
223 pounds.- The Weekly Defiance,
Let her make a
The Democratic presidential
team resembles a Nurman horse
yoked to a Shetland pony. It is
needless perhaps to remark that
New York furnishes the pony.
The colored people out here say
they will stand by the Republican
party until death. Wheeling, W.
- . -
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You will get your punishment
if you deceive. Mobile Gazette.
The reason whv the Democratic
Convention finds it so very diffi
cult to construct a platform of
principles is that tiie party has no
principles. The Chicago Evening
The Savannah Echo is nearly
right on the civil right question.
It says: The less the American
Negro hears of such disgusting ut
terances as the civil rights bill,
and the less it is agitated, the
better it will be for the race in
the near future. The negro can
get all the civil rg hts he can
manage when he is educated, ac
cumulates property, pays his
taxes, and advances accordingly.
Now, we don't say it is entirely
right, but there is a big lump of
hard sense in its opinion :Lancet.
It appears to us, since the Dem--
ocratic Legislatures of New Jer
sey and Ohio have passed the
civil rights bill, the less we say
the more we gain.
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THE CATHOLIC PIC-NIC.
The Pic-nic at Van Ness Park last Thurs
day, given by the Knights of St. Augnstine,
was a grand affair. A visiting company from
Frederick, Md., also participated in the pleas
ures of the day. Father Y. A. de Ituy ter was
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sex. youmr or old 0111 make armti
pay all the time l hey work, with H8olt mif
tainty. write for pHrtiettturs 6 H. HHAUftwrm
& Co. Portland, Mnlnv.
rl Km !iiehardson
Late of the firm of P.ankk A Uicmakdhoj.
SCOURING AND RKPADIKD
Establisbed Fifty-five Years.
RAYEBT & BACGKNy
X o w
13 East lGtli Street, Neiv Yorl? (J4i
BUY FROM THE MANUFACTURER AND SAVE
50 PER CENT.
Theso Pianoq are made from the ticut mnterlnl,
flnlohcd in the bet manner, and be 1 1) if hi every
respect Iloncut and FlrMt-Oliwn, h.'ive been awarded
the Flrt Premium whoreer exhibited for the- taflt
Forty Year. Eery piano jcuorunteeil for lx jcur.
and Ave daya trial allowed that it may bo tlrorotiKhly
criticised by yourVeif ami fnoiids beforowayinK' toe
it. Look at the prices and mmhI for Jerltlvo
iratm inoiuiH ueio
Catalogue before buyiiiK eteewhore.
unces aim pvihi
Xa. 1, Upright or S'jttare, $230, worth $40O
Xo.S, " " 260, GOO
Xo.3, " " 200, " 60Q
ALL 7 W OCTAVES.
State a Genres 3!s., Chicago.
iof Inilrucwtit. ''JiU, Cip, a!u,
M.n.l. rvti-n SlinA SliI &nd
rilitt. Sc J " O-'tnU, Ken!Titi
T!Mf1ar.a'U. .J ' tin tru-wmi J c-
erciK. for AmV lr tia'i w mwubjw
(.'uuu KauiI Mow
S5"ira Trifl-c Tin fhnruT on
7x ! at Gko. P.
la KoWKtr, & Go's
Newspaper Advertising Burpau (10 Spruoa
Street), wncrc auver- mg
.nln t fnwmt u mavr flCr.
bo inado for it in SBi
JAMES L. THOMAS,
Caterer id VV iit:5i"
WILL OPKN MIS
ICE CREAM GAKBEN ACTD'
FOR THE tiSlSCNV,
m JULY 1, IBM.
At hfe reskknef,
ioia 16th. S., SI, W.,
Interested In Art Xewltework, Tmiey Wonki
and every bra'nch f amateur Art Floriculture
Fashion, Cookery of IMwsie should sondi KJ
cents for the current number JJrRAwuttEDOK
t- cx.OTiitKR QvawntKr.Y, 12o pngeg, i images
new mnslc and over I.ooo engravings In. each
STRAWBSIIBCr A toOIDMHER',
Eighth andi Market? Ste.,(PhHa.,
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