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CITY 03? BROTHERLY LOVE.
A SEVERE RAIN STORM. NEWS, &C.
(From our regular correspondent.)
Philadelphia, May 25tli, 188G.
"We had quite severe rain storm
here Saturday night aud lasted all
night, hut the weather was rather
warm Sunday aud on Monday it
turned quite cool. The Knights of
the Golden Eagle paraded the
promiuent streets here on Tuesday
aud presented quite a tine appear
ance. They were reviewed by the
Mayor as they passed Independence
Hail. Mr. A. H. Rush, one of the
eliteB of Philadelphia arrived a
few days ago from an extended
trip North. The Robert Bryant
Post, G. A. R. holds a camp fire
Thursday night and having had a
complimentary presented to uie, I
shall attend and speak of it in my
next letter. There is a society in
New York city called the West Iu
dies Association and composed ot
the countrymen from the various
Islands, St. Thomas, Barbadoos,
St. Crox and a good many others,
it is spoken of very highly touts
members. One of the uiouiDfers
holds a position, as 1 have learn
ed, in the P 0. department in your
city and no doubt ho has acquaint
ed hiB friends of the progress of the
order. The originator, Mr. A. G.
Munday, has exerted himself in va
rious ways for the gooil of his
countrymen and 1 wish him suc
cess. I shall visit Washington this
coming tail, in the inter
est ol the Hotel Brotherhood, to or
ganize an order in jour city-, and
1 shall come with the linn resolu
tion of being successful.
Dr. G. U. Hamilton, who has
been couliued at his residence by
u severe sore throat, was permitted
by his physician to return to his
post of duty, aud received manj
congratulations on his return.
It has been my intention to give
the many loudcis of your pupa a
short tiUotch of the lives of tlu
prominent caterers ot this city, in
cludiug Stevens aud uihcis, but
shall make tho delay until the sum
iner season is over.
Poisons in the vity, who r
subscribers for the Bkkuto reques
ted not to pay agents any m iv
than 8 months ub$crip ion, in a '
vancedbr the Bisk. All or that
amount must be paid it the oilie
of the Bke. Ti.o managers w'.l
not be responsible lor any am un
over 50 cte. pa d to sigcirs Sub
scribers outside of the c'ty nm-O
pay in advance and names mut
be sent to the olliice and not given
to agent. It these is anv invgu
lariiy on the part of the agent
our subscribers will do us the fa
or by reporting the fame t tin
A CALL FOll THK COLORED
NATIONAL PRESS ASSOC! A-
' TION". TO MEET AT
ATLANTIC CITY AUGUST 3
Head Quarters of the Colored
National Press Association
1109 I St. x. w.
Washington, D. G.
The editor, or any bona-fide
representative of a newspaper pub
lished by a colored man it a com
pany, is hereby notified that on
Tuesday the 3rd of Ausust.
1S86, the Colored National Press.
Association will convene at 11 0'
clock A. M., at Atlantic eiry,
to transact such business
as may tend to perfect an
organization, that will better ad
vance the Colored Journalists 01
H. Price Williams President ,
B. F. Bragg, Secretary.
JH. Price Williams, Washington
Bee, President N. C. P. Assoeia
IV IHTCnfnrDR.SCO TT'S lantl-
lul Electric Corsets.
Norbk, quick sales. Territory piven.
ESTSatMaction truarniiteed. Address
DR. SCOTT, 842 Broadway, NEWJTQRK.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
10 Spruce St, New York.
gctlA 'Oats, for lOO-Page Pamphlet
if jtjrrnl IH bnrwwn
Actlvr ml InlHM
t f !
J. HL. DABNEY:
F1BST MS HMEDTUIK.
Establishment at 441 L St. n. w
With Coffins, Caskets, and all kinds
of furnishing materials, suitable
for aecommodatious, and supply
ing the General orders at the short
FOUR GREAT SPEECH E
The people ot this country who de
sire to read the tour great speeches
of Hon. Fred. Douglass in pamphet
form can obtain them by sending
30 cents in postage stamps. The
pamphlet will coutaiu the Louis
ville speech, and tho three great
speeches delivered in this city
April 16th, '84, April 16th, '85 and
April 10th, 'S6. The occasions be
ing tho anniversaries of the Eman
cipation of Slaves in'the District of
Columbia. For 30 cents in postage
stamps a pamphlet will be sent to
.aiiv addfess.. in the Uuitea btates.
Or we wllfsoud a eopy of the Bee
for one year and Mr. Douglass'
speeches for $2,20 cts.
"W". Calvin Ciiask,
Editor of tho Be 15 1109 1st. n..
Washington, D. C.
JTeui Improved High Arm,
ITew Mechanical Principles
and Rotary Movements, Auto
matic, Direct and Perfect Ac
tion, Cylinder Shuttle, Selfcei
iing Needle, Positive Feed, No
Sp7ings, Few Parts, Minimum
Weight, No Friction, No Noise,
No Wear, No Fatigue, No
"Tantrums," Capacity Unlim
ited, Always in Ordert Richly
Ornamented, JJickelplaied, and
Gives Perfect Satisfaction.
Send for Circulars.
AVERY MACHINE CO.,
812 Broadway, New York.
OUR No. 14 BUGGY.
"We manufacture Open and Top Bug
gies, consisting of the Side Spring, End
Spring, Brewster, Timken and Edward
Also various styles of Two-Seated Car
riages, Wagons, Cutters and Sleighs.
3RS S3 55"
5 ;g Sco CD iO
Z . CD J m2
OUR No. O WAGON.
Literal discount to tho track
Send for Catalogue and Juices before
HOTCHKIN CARMA9E WORKS,
NYKAt'tfHK, N. V,
TJ1E NORTH CAROLINA HOUSE
No. 240 3rd, St. 8. w.
Offers to the travelling Public
first class board and lodging for
15 per month ; table board, 10,
no extra rates for special accom
modation on European style.
L. G. FLETCHER,
Solicitor 01 Fire
1322 B Street, N. E.
WASHINGTON, B. C.
SAFETY & PENSION ASSOGIAT ON OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Incorporated under an act of Con
gress Nov. 14th 1885. Pays prom
ptly on notice of deatb, six months
after membership one third of
amount insured for, at 9 moutns
two thirds and at the expiration of
one year the face value of certifi
cate, all members are requested to
visit the office, 929 9th st. n. w.
and receive any information desir
ed. All duos must bo aid at the
office to the Secretary, J. F. Camel 1.
ITS ORIGIN AND HISTORY.
An impartial and faithful review of
the causes and occurrences which
kd to tho great civil war.
ToIoi .. Logman.
Illustrated with poi traits of the
leading statesmen of the period
covered by tho book.
SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION.
The work will bo published in
one volume, octavo size, of about
U00 pages, from now plates, on tine
book paper, and substantially
STYLES AND PRICES
In fine cloth, gold stamp, - - $3.75
In full sheep, marbled edges, 5.00
hi half turkey morocco, marbled
edges, 7.50. In full turkey morocco,
gilt edges, 10.00.
It is the duty of every colored
citizen to secure u cop of this
great book. Send ior it at once.
W. Calvin Chase, Special Agent.
Office of the Bee, 1109 I st. n. w.
Washington, D. C.
Send 10 cents postage, ana
e win mai you rree a roy
, valuable, sample box of
goods that will put you lu
the way of makiug more money at once, than
anything else lu America. Both sexes of all
:iges can live at home and -work in spare time,
or all the time. Capital not required. "We
will startyou. Immense pay sure for those
who start at ouce. Silnsou a Co., Portland,
I3 x-aotio a 1
Puair Maker, "Well Digger and
Cistern Builder. Orders left at
321 3rd St., s. w. Washington,
D C , will be promptly attended to.
WM. H. B00EIR
GROCERIES &, PROVISIONS
40113th St., S. E.
J. U. BELLER,
COR. 16th audMsts. N. W
WASHINGTON D, C
Tlios. W. Cliase
Insurance, Employment, Claims
r'ull kinds promptly attended to.
Legal papers carefully drawn at
0FFICE,1222 R STREET N- W
$0,000 TL'O Loan
IN SUMS TO SUIT ON'
OR ON SHORT NOTICE, BY
e. I. JESTJFFTiv
Keitl MsUite Hroker 1005 F si. N. W. Wnahlnc
ton. 1). '
15iiip 1 oy men t,
Willi ii regular Licensed Agency
in at 781 U street s, w.
U. S. LAWS, PUOJ'HIKTOH.
Fumihhofi employment of all kind
U JiV -
im , fc ' i ii' r l BiViTi IV f irftnLl3n
At the cBee" Office,
1109 I Street, JS. W., near 11th,
where you can get
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRI
Liberal Discount to Churches,
Benevolent Societies, Social Clubs
Miliiary Organizations, and La
bor and Trades "Unions.
ALL WORK READY WHEN
We have purchased an entire
outfit of New Type with the most
approved modern styles, enabling
us to execute our work with satis
faction to all.
We invite you to call and in
spect our office, even if you have
nothing for us to do.
NATIONAL PRINTING CO.,
1109 I Street, N. W.
The Provident Life As
OF BALTIMORE Md., ROOM 3,
Fire Insurance Building, Cor. 7th
& Louisiana Ave., Washiugton D. C.
This company offers the combined bena
ffts of both the regular life and life's ma
turity. It alios ds to all classes whether
rich or poor the cheapest and the most
advantageous system of insurance ever
presented to the public. For infomation
call at our office or if reqested an agent
will be sent to vour address.
NorvellH. Cobb, Local A gt,
A. E. Randle, General Agent.
First class Board
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Rooms with Board
S. MC, CASE,
SjGTue most convenient place
in tue city and in one of
the most popular
92211stn. w. 92211 t. n. w
Sprigs of Acacia
SAMUEL ADAMS WIGGINS,
Author of Knmni'ipiitloii Pay 1'immh.
II VOLUME OF PATHlDTie & fltllGIBUS
PtMiiiiH lrlu(i f0 iu. QrdrA laft at MlU
ollluo tt.rninptljr nttPiulud to
ROBINSON PARKER, & CO.
Men's Hoys' and Yonllis5
1IB. S. L GDI. SEIEITH HD D 515.. I. W
S, A. WEBB,
Dealer In New and Second-Hand
CLO T HE IWGS
Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods,
1121 SevenUiSt, n. w., Bet. L andM Streel
WA HINGTOX, . ,
Gentlemen's Clothing Repaired, Dyed and
Renovated, Highest cash prices paid for cast
off clothing, Gentlemen waited on atthelr
Gents desirous of obtaining
good serviceable second-hand suit
or overcoat should patronize one
oi the oldest establishments of its
kind in the city,
JUSTH'S 0m STAND.
619 D St. N. W.
CIIOIEM ASTER OP
ST. LUES'S CHURCH.
Teacher of mu3ic, can be seen
at the church or 15th and Madi
son st. from 9 to 12, or at 1629 P
st. u. w.
"W. N. DALTON.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
No. 939, Pennsylvania Ave., N. W
"Washington D. C.
J. ?. STRATH EU,
Crayon, Oil, and Water Color Pictures
niadefiom small or large photograph on short
notice. Crayon pictures aspeciaity.
W; JBL. Harrover
Stoves, Ranges & Furnaces
And Dealer in Table CutleryTin
ware, House Furnishing Gooda etc
I Iffo 313 Seventh St, N. W Wasli D C
Wateli Maker c
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
17th st. n. w.
-Rooms at 1035
IVOW IS YOUR CHANCE
To get your
Put In Fir?t clnss order. PIANOS mul
ORGANS ofnll kinds taknn on Storage.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale
T. D. GAMBRILL, & Co. No.
ini5 11 st. n. w.
Livery, Boardiug, and Sale Stabler,
1234 to 1210 Twelfth St. N. W
COUPES, LANDAUS, LAjT-
BUGGIES, CARTS, &c.
Also Perry's Compensatiu?
The first brought to the District.
M. L. LITTLEFIELD.
The POLICE GAZETTE will be ainlletl 8e
curely wrapped, to any address In the United
States for three months on receipt of
Llhcrul dlHcount allowed to postmnstern
ngentH ami cluhs. .Siimple coplcH milled free
AddrehHull onlcrs to
ltIHAitI K. FOX,
FhA.vkmnSquakk, N. Y
FOR A UOOD
DINXKU OH LUNCH,
OoloM.TK'iNOIf.S Cunth.! Din
iliK UiMiiii, 12UJ K Mt. ii. w.t Yuli
inton, I). C. Wu knmv liim, IiAh
prtuoM MiiiL tihu tiniOH
THE LIGHT RUJiMiMG
HAS NO EQUAL.
M Home Seiii lacMie Co.
30 Union Square, N.Y, Chicago, III, St.Loufe.Mo.
Atlanta, Ga. Dallas, Tex. San Francisco, Cal
FOft SALE BY
Establlsbed Fifty-five Years.
RAVEN 5" B,QQJX9
13 East IGth Street, Xcw York City,
BUY niOM TUE MANUFACTURER AND SAVE
SO PER CENT.
Theso PiannH nro mado from the 1ct mutcrtnl,
finUheil in tho bunt nuuiiicr, and bemif in overt'
reaped lloitent aud Flrnt-t'hwn, iwve been astiniel
tho Flrtt I'reintum whorexcr exhibitl for th Jant
Forty Ycura. Kvory piano jruiirutitvcrt for !.? year,
and live daya trial aPoweU ttmt i t limy ho thomtiKhly
criticised byyotirfolfand friends borcro (myirnr for
It. Look at tho )rio(H and xund for Uvnuriptlvo
Cutulojruo btfuro Liiyiui? uibwutr.
2fb. 1, Upright or Square, $'J30, worth $100
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M pcbiUva aery for rmp:tv j
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cf Price. Sffadl fbr eircu: :
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F. S. EPUUCH,
212 UttJ St.. ZmTjrk.
Be!ncr fu"r aware of the
STreat interest the ladies an
tucincm Kensinct- n"'tk.
we have prepared a Com
ploteOutflt . ntainiii,'riO
lerTormtra stamping pat
terna on best government
bond pare!; ment Paer. j.I
dlSTerent. inc'.u.lini; Sprays
of Golden RuJ. Pansier.
Wild Roses, Forget m
Uutlines otUijy, i.iri. Hup.
Spiders. Stories, S..ilcp t. r
SKlra. trazv Stit'n rat
terns.Crystal Et hritfs.Bor
ders. Pond Liiies. Tulipi.
&C.&C..60 In i.l.itiitz
V IA fi.H .rm tlk III.
cnei.iio x llox liluaStarapIiisPo'rvder.l Hox Whlto
tampInB Powder, 1 Patent reversible i'onact, "id
run and complete directions for Kensington Stamping and
Embroldry. Kensington Palntintr Lustre. Metai.ic Flitter
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Ribbon Embroidery, Cnenillo and Arasene Wuilc. Corre t
Colors of ail the different flowers. Description of every stiuh
used in rabroidery.&c.. making a complete Outfit that can
not be bought at retail for lata than J4.00. To intrndme
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD, the large.a page Illustrated
Magazine devoted to tho Interests of the Country Hi me
ind Household, we will send one of these Outfits complete
free and postpaid, to any lady who will send 85e. f t
j -roa. jubacription to tho Magazine. Five for lr. Money
meerfully refunded if not xnoro than satisfactory. Addtets
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