UOS.IPIololier, 1SJ J$ ireei ,
CJK. Sedgwick lI6.fc27ih Street,
It. S. Laws. Manager.
Htlon- .: !, v mice. All remittances
o iiim'iiu. -- . mnnBV older.
llould be "SriouW nled
Xbta!tne Oder's risk. In
lUuld be distinctly stated.
All business letter, etc., should bo ad-
niMiWl l THE EDITOR.
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changed from the 4th to the 18th
of June, owing to the dedicatory
services which are to he held there
during the first part of the month.
FOR SALE Au excellent 7
octavo rosewood caso PIANO for
only $100 cash Also a piano for
rent tor only $10 per quarter.
Inquire of Mrs. Thompson 521
11th street n. w.
Rev. "W. Bishop Johnson, Pastor
of 2nd, Baptist Church, was pre
sented witu a very fine Ririt of
clo:he3 hy the Lookout "Working
Cluh No. 5. of his church as a
mark of the high esteem in which
he is held by the congragation.
He left Wednesdu' Night for As
bury ParkN. J. where he has been
invited to address the American,
Baptist llome Mission Society.
the interests of the race was cjm
raendable.JThere werejsome tilings,
however, which should be kept
out of a newspaper. An attack of
this kind was oue which should
have been -.avoided. A journal
should never assail private char
acter and invade the sacredneB3 of
the household. Personal papers were
obnoxious and they should be
avoided. The fact that au apology
had been made relieved the court
of the necessity of passing a heavy
sentence, and the fine he should
impose he hoped would improve
the papers. Jle made the hue 50,
which was paid.
Monday Washington Star.
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WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD.
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Ya., is prepared to receive Sum
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terms apply to Mrs. Delia Howard
VVelborn Post office, Loudon Co.,
vu,.-rHh' for the I15HE.
-iH ooiiUiln all the news.
ale by nil mew-dealeip in the city
.inWribers would confer :i favor
Ifuvin the amount of their Fubrcrip-
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Tl average (kitchen furnishes many
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In thea-coontsdliool examination j DRESS REFORM FOR LADIES
., n u i
int very lew iQioreu appncauis
The graduating exercises of
the law department of Howard
University will be held in the
Congegational Church Monday
May 31st. H u, Robert M. La
Follette, M. C. will address the
The graduates are Scott "Wood,
Lewis J. Brown, John II. Kiukle,
Jr. James F. Bundy, B. A, A. 11.
Merchant, Ed, B. 'Brown, W. C.
Martin, J. C. Ricks, Ai R, Bridge,
C. F. Whittle, and Eliza A. Cham
bers, Mr. Wood will deliver the
1 here will be a contest for a prize
for the best writen composition.
All the members of the class are
allowed to compete for the prize
except Mr. Wood.
The college graduating
;os will lake iplace
t the college chapel.
Dr. Bull's MtimorePilJs are one
those rare remedies which should
wins be kept in the house.
The Capital City Cuard will be
Van ess Garden, Monday
aimers, stock-raisers, livery sta
le men, and dairymen unite in pra
feu ot I )avs HHorse Powder.
be Washington Cadets will give
icnie at Uieyer's park, formerly
io ShiMitzen, Tub St. above Boun
ty iMav 31st.
Mi.Bartbaillogan, -left for Ells-
rtli Maine last week.
li-e. Mogan is a lady of preposes-
The death of Mrs. Minster Pen
sion is a .great lost to the Amer
i lHio(ple. She was a lady of re
in nu-ut and waB universally
I' i hoaltfh ofitiheibaby is depended
poii Us flivectiom from the nerui-
ttsefle.s-of opium. Always use
. hull's flia'by Syrup in its stead.
bur friends will please accept
jinks for their congratulations
d iiivore. It is our desire to deal
:rly towaids all. There are none
)ie willing at all timesto correct
error when noticed.
Our 2sew Book, just out, enti
tled, 'Dress Reform tor Ladies,5
with elegant wood engraving and
Biography of "Worth, the "King
of Fashion, Paris; sent FREE
(to Ladies only) on receipt of 4
cents in stamps to pay Postage.
We also want lady Agents for
our Celebrated Madame Dean's
Spinal Supporting Corsets. No
experience required. Four orders
per day give the Agent $150
monthly. Our Agents report from
four to twenty sales daily. Send
at once for term3 and full particu
lars. $3.00 outfit free.
Lewis Schiele & Co., 390 Broad
way, Xew York.
"When your old sweet heart gets
angry with you she seeks revenge.
Watch the man who smiles m
Never feed a man when he
comes to you huugry, because he
will compensate you with 'cusses.'
Thousands will kick a man
when they think he is going down
If Wolseyhad served his God as
his king lie would not have been
so exposed to his enemies.
There is always a time for ret
ribution. Never say a thing unless you
kuow it is true. Don't depend
on friends' to support you.
Christian hypocrisy is the pre
vailing feature iu thfs city.
Pompey prepared a least for
Caesar, but Caesar destroyed him
and feasted at the table Pumpey
Some people will swallow a cam
el and become disgusted with a
Women are revengeful and men
Always think before von speak.
If you have any doubt as to the
incorrectness of what you are go
iugtosay, banish the thought.
Those whom you often aid are
the first to try to kill you.
Cae3ar had his Brutus and
Charles 1, his Cromwell.
Always marry the girl yon love
notwithstanding your parents' op
position A verdict of a jury of en molds
public opinion. Especially wheu
that opiuiou is made up by fools.
Never seek revenge on those
who attempt to injure you. They
geneially break their own necks.
PROF. JAMES M. GREGORY.
Fhe parlor social given by the
iV -Guild ofSr. Lukes chuieh
s- a grand success in
la i. These young
i'e a great deal of
ir mau;tnou5 and
ft? m jpiocuring money lo de-
v" uie expenses of the church.
Mint's Flora Williams and
'Jackson, who have been
:l.iig in Ya., returned to the
j fues.lay. Miss Williams wa?
hiiig at Wiillisviile and Misi
n wvjss teaching at bloomes
m. USotih ladies aie lookimr
I'NiLuhi'O. Osborne spent a
e ot days in ihi? city during
eek: She was the fiiest ni
m.cleMr. Osborne of 3rd st.
Miss Osborne is from Cam
Mass., and is on her way
r infill Louisville Ky., where
employed as msrructie-s oi
'. reek and French in th-
-' 'late of the concert by Miss
4 All liar 'lnrl Sf.Mi V . 4U
-...,. uu kWll VW. til. 11JC
rli.Mlm oli,ii.rtlA il.. U..
i .-.. uiiuiwi, uav uwu
The college faculty uf Howard
University at their meeting on
Thursday of this week unanimous
ly re-elected Prof. Gregory Dean
of the College department. Thus
showing their appreciation of his
skill and ability iu educational af
fairs. It is conceded by all who
have a knowledge of facts that
Prof. Gregory iu his posiion in
the University has no superior.
Tne lacuhy is considered the a
blest in the history of the college.
It is composed of the following
person: W. W. Patton, D. D., L.
L D. President, and Prof of
Moral Philosophy; James M Greg
ory, A M, Dean ut College and
Professor of Latin Language and
Literature; Thomas Roninsou, A
M, Professor of Natural Philoso
aud Chemistry; Charles A Keuas
ton, A M, Professor of tlie Greek
Language and Literature; Rev
Charles H A Bulkley, D D, Libra
rian and Professor or English Lit
erature, Rhetoric. Logic and Eio
cution; Richard Fatter, M iST S,
Tutor in Natural Science; George
J Cumming5, A M, Professor of
THE BEE LIBLE CASE.
EDITOR chase fined fifty dollars.
This morning, in the criminal
Court, Judge MacArthur, Assis
ts a District Attorney Taggai t call
ed aiteution to the case of W.
Calvin Cbae, the editor of the
Washington Be, fouv'cted last
week ot libel and io.-ii ned to
this morning for Hfentence. The ac
cused said that he luid nothing to
nay save that he made a retraction
und acknow'edged that he had
been misled by the information
The Court said that the fact that
a journal was being published iu
ST. E. SEDGWICK, Ageut aud Reporter, 1315
The Sabbath school Union ot
which R D. Rufiiu is president,
and C. H. Turner is secretary held
au interesting meeting Sunday last
at 5 o'clock in Ebenezer A. M. E.
church and completed their ar
rangements for a competitive drill
and entertainmeut ou June 25th.
Look for advertisement in next
issue. Proceeds for the Union.
They also passed suitable resolu
tions regretting the loss of the no-
hle service of Rev. W. T. Ander
son of Howard University who
leaves for the west next week thev
voted him a handsome book in to
ken ot their respecUmd appointed
J N. Williams, N. White Lee
aud the president to buy it and
present the same to him.
The funeral of Miss Susie V.
Tate3 took place from the lsi Bap
tist church Tuesday evening last,
and was largely attended. Her
remains were taken to Mt. Zion
cemetery where the interment
took place by the grand order of
Good Samaritans. Rev. Sandy
The talk in this section is the
removal of Rev. O. D. Robinson
as pastor cf Zion Union Mission,
A. M. E church. Rev. Smith of
the Metropolitan has charge,
until further arrangements are
made b' A. M. E. conference,
Those that left here a few even
ings ago to attend the closing ex
ercises of the Linco'nville school
under the supervision of their
tt-acher, Mr. Wm. H. Ferguson
received quite a treat, and owing
to theh illiant success or the
school they do not regret their
trip. Mr. Ferguson has ended
his scholastic term for the year, and
has returned to his quiet home.
Mr. J.H. Sample, 2708 Dum
barton Ave., will leave tor New
York Thursday nexK
Mr. and -Mrs. Bartholomew Mc
Dauiel left a few days ago for U-
tica N. Y., where they will remain
during the summer.
Mr. Singleton Coates, an aged
and respected resident of this sec
tion died at his residence Satur
day last on Phoeuix hill, bet. 5th
aud 6th. His funeral took place
Monday from Mt. Zion M. E.
church, Rev. Daniel Collins offici
ated. His remains were escorted
to the above church cemetery,
where the interment took place,
by the North Star Order of Good
Samaritans No. 8.
Mis3 Catherine Davenport and
Miss Mattie Lane has arrived
home from their schools looking
Since the alleged libel all mem
bers of the Sous of Rest have be-
come fine lawyers having graduat
ed from the outside railings of the
Criminal Cou it.
Mrs. John Harris of Baltimore,
arrived here Saturday evening
last, and is a guest of Miss Cathe
rine Davenport, 2813 Dumbarton
The proposed entertainments at
Mt. Zion M. E. and Ebenezer A.
M. "EcEurchea to come oti short
ly are attracting much attention in
socinl circles and aside from the
excellent object in view will be a
very attracthe aifair, as the com
mittees in charge will spare no
efforts to make them all that can
Mr. Jacob Ben net has 1 ft for
Atlantic City to remain during
the s ason.
A brilliant crowd assembled at
the 1st Baptist church. Tuesday
evening last to witness the niiiri
monial allance between Churles
N. Pryor and Miss Sarah T. Wil
liams. It was a most brilliant
affair. The attendance which- was
quite large included many persons
of distinction and all seemed to
enjoy the occasion which brought
them so pleasantly together. A
most notable feature of the event
was the dress of the bride, which
was white satin trimmed with
Spanish lace. The gioom and
maids were also handsomely at
tired. There were six ushers in
attendance iu full dress. Ou en
tering the church the b klal party
was favored with a wedding
march by Mr. J. E. Brown. Rev.
Sandy Alexander performed the
marriage ceremon3, afterwhich
the bridal party and iuvited guests
repaired to the residence of the
bnde, 2723 Dumbarton Avenue,
where all the luxuries suitable to
the occasion awaited them. Mr.
and Mrs. Pryor were the recipients
of many useful and costly presents.
They left Friday morning on an
early train to a beautiful village
in southern Texas.
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JERRY ROBINSON", Prop.
OCT lltll St., ML. w.
Having secured one of the finest
business localities in the city for
the accommodation of mv friends
and public generally, I beg leave to
say that since ladies aud gentlemen
are barred from public places of
any importance, they can be served
with Oysters, Game, Wines and all
kinds of refreshments of the season.
The proprietor desires lo say fur-
thur that he has polite and accom
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place where ladies and gentlemen
only can be waited on and for that
and other reasons, I respectfully
ask your patronage.
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CASH PAYMENTS OR MONTH
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jON SHORT NOTICE.
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