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SATORl)AYr JUNE 12, 1886.
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Mr. Cadet Taylor is out of town.
Mr. A. Middleton has gone to
Long Brsnch, N. J.
Mrs. A. G. Lenard is iu De
Messrs. Cole and Brent are at
Lake George, having a good time.
A boy is wanted at this office.
Call at once.
Come early secure choice seats
and avoid the rush ou the 18th.
Miss Lena Miller at the Metro
politan A. M. E. church on Friday
Mr. Scott Wood left for Rich
mond Va., Thursday morning
His friends wish him much success.
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mer can have the Bee forwarded by
notifying the office.
Mr. H. S. Smith of the Pension
Office has been spending some time
at Harpers Ferry, West Va.
Jerry Robinson at 907 11 st. n. w.
is prepared to serve meals at all
Rev. J. A. Taylor, of Richmond,
Va., will arrive in the city to-inor-row.
The Arthur Social club will give
a picnic at Vanness Park Tuesday,
Hon B. K. Bruce will speak at Green
bury Ind, Aug, 3rd, the occasion is the
Emancipation Proclamation celebration.
The funeral of Charles Edward
Gu8S, who died last Saturday took
place from 492 School st. South
The crowning event of the con
cert season at the popular Metro
politan church next Friday the
Mr, E. D. Hardy, Mt the city Tues
day evening on his vacation for Atlanta ,
6a. his home. Be will visit Nashville and
Memphis, Temi. Mr. Hardy leaves a host
of friends who wish him a safe return.
Miss Annie Hamer Dillard, is on
a visit to her relatives, but on ac
count of the sudden illness of her
husband her long stay with them
was cut short.
The last concert of the sesaon
will be given by Mrs. Lena Miller
McKenny Star Co. at the Metro
politan church, ;Friday evening
June 18th. Reserved seats, 35 cts.
Mr. J. P. Waddleton has bought
new machinery, which will ena
ble him to do all kinds of work iu
the jewelers line. Give him a call
13 & H sts. n. w.
The graduating exercises of the
Minor Normal class took, place last
Thursday evening, in the presence
of a large audience. Miss Lucy
Morton is principal.
The Osceola club has been in
corporated with the iollowing
tiUBtees: Wm. F. Swann, Henry
.Sayles, George M. Sne, .Thorn
ton M. Buekner, and TEeoplious
Prof. W. J. Simmons, of the
Louisville Baptist, was in the city
this week, looking Well. He visi
ted Atlantic City and made arrange
ments for the Press convention.
Capt. James A. Perry, a regulation
belt; 3rd prize, Mrs. Sarah Robin
son a set of china ; 4th and 5th
prizes, uniforms, to Henry i)odson
and Jesse Roy.
Mr. R. L. Parrot, formerly editor
of the Kingston Times, if. 0., re
signed his position in the Senate
folding room and left for his home.
Mr. Parrott was not satisfied with
The Eastern Star lodge, No.
1028, elected P. N. F. ; Wm. Joice,
as a delegate to the B. M. C, Peter
Robinson, alternate & J.F.N. Wil
kerson a delegate to" the District
The Baptist Sunday School
Union will meet at Hillsdall Sunday.
June 12th, iu the Macodonia Bap
tist Church. A fine program will
be presented and an interesting
time exspected. All are invited to
Miss Maggie Peters, of Boston
Mass., who has been spending sev
eral months here with her mother
left for ber home on last Thursday.
Quite a large number of friends
saw ber of
"Where are the friends of my
youth," "Far away," '-Trio from
the Daughter of the Regiment,"
are among the repertory for the
Miller Star concert next Friday
Mr. H. Coleman, messenger to
the Attorney General, will leave
the city on the 12th with Mrs.
Coleman, for the mountains where
sne will spend the summer with
Miss Auna J. Baldwin of this city
who is now living in Raltimore,
Md., was married last Wednesday
evening, to Mr. Charles W. Scott
at No. 7 Mulberry st. They will
hold a reception tomorrow after
noon, in this city from 3 to 7 p. in.
at 308 New York Ave. n. w.
The picnic of the Capital city
guard at Vanness Tuesday was
largely attended. There were
about 900 people present. Prizes
for selling the highest number of
ticket8 were awarded as follows :
1st prize, Lieut. Col. T. S. Kelly, a
pair of olhcers appelets ; 2nd prize,
The Fair 0 k Pleasure club en
tertained a very large number of
their friends ou last Thursday
night. The occasion being the las
of such entertainment of the sea
son. There was a very large crowd
present. Afterwhich the presi
dent adjourned the club to meet
the first fall month.
Saturday next is the date of the
6th anniversary of the Washington
Cadet Corp3, and on Sunday night
next the entire Corps will attend
Divine service at the 19th Street
Baptist churcb. The sermon will
be preached by the Rev. Mr.
Brooks, pastor of that congregation.
The Orpheus Musical and Social
club have requested us to state
(that it has just come to their
knowledge) that in some cases
their cards of invitations have
borne the nameB only of the gen
tleman. Iu cases where he is nam
ed, as a matter of course it is un
derstood the card was intended to
be addressed to and always in
cludes both "Mr. & Mrs." aud the
members of his immediate family.
The omission was caused by hsiste
in work done at a late hour Satur
The Cadets picnic came off last
Tuesday at Byers Park. There was
a very large crowd present.
Mr. R. L. Davidge, chairman of
the executive committee is deserv
of some credit for the energy he
displays iu making his entertain
ments a success. C .pt.Davidge s
a whole sold fellow and is liked by
all the members of his corps, with
the exception of a few who always
want to be at the head of every
thing. Those who criticised him
for the postponement of his picnic
last week should refund the niuetv
dollars that is claimed was made",
after Mr. Davidge went to the ex
pense to advertise the picuic. Gen
tleman should be liberal.
The State Guards of Richmond,
Ya., Capt. R, A. Paul command
ing, ana the Attucks Guards, Cap
tain Emmett Scott commanding,
will arrive at the Baltimore & IV
tomac, (6th st.,) depot, on Sunday
morning next at six o'clock. They
will be met at the Depot
by the Washington Cadet
Corps under Maj. C. A. Fleetwood
with their full band aud drum
corps, aud escorted to their Armo
ry ou O.st., u. w.,.vherethey will
be quartered during their stay in
the city. Ou Sunday evening they
will accompany the Cadets to the
19th St. baptist church to hear
the sermon of Rev. Brooks to the
Cadets. -' Oh Mdhdav afternoon
ther.ejtfill be a streetjjarade of the I
several commands, ending at tne
depot, when they will take the
train tor "Richmond. The Cadets
will thenproceed to their Armory
wh ere theyg, will 'stack arms and
immediately .afterward march to
Shiloh "cliurcB 'on the invitation of
the ladiesof the church.
Editor.VV;&shjngton Bee: In Present
ing naqoTes; of person for Secretary of the'
United Stat' 8 Treasury you will not I hope,
over look the nantfes-of HoiiC Orland B.
Potcei-s qNew York, City, and Hon.
Robert SSfevens, ofNAttico Wyoming
Co. N.-;Yi Both are' ex-democr.itic mem-bers.-PF.
THE JUNIOR EXCELSIORS.
This popular organization will
give its first excursion to Mount
Veruou Springs Friday July 2nd,
on the Steamer Mary Washington.
Let every body attend. Tickets
for the round trip 50 cts. Children
under ten years old half price.
PUBLIC PRINTER ROUNDS.
The House and Senate printing
committees are in favor of Public
Printer Rounds remaining. The
Government Printing Office has
never been conducted as well as
it is being now, by Mr. Rounds
He is loved by all classes demo
crats and republicans, white and
THE HOWARD UNIVERSITY
The College Allumni of Howard
University held its regular meeting
on Thursday evening at 8 o'oclock
in Prof. Gregory's room. After
routine business the class of '86
was elected to membership iu that
body. The officers for the ensuing
yearaie us follows : Pre?., Hugh M.
Brown, '75, 1st vice president,
Tuos. B. Suowder, '74 ; 3ud vice
president, W. V. L. Tunnell '84 ;
Sect. Kelly Miller 'S6 ; Treas. Jose
phiue J. Turpin (Lit.) 86 and His
toriau Scott Wood '83, W. J. Sim
mons '73, Pres. State University of
Ky., was unanimously elected
triennial orator, and George Cook
'81 was chosen alternate.
It was decided that the college
alumni would maintain all of its
characteristic features as wholly
distict from the Union Allumni
Association. The meeting was well
attended .and the members mani
tested unusual interest aud z.al in
the welfare of their Alma Mater.
A BRILLIANT WEDDING IN
Special to the Bee
Quite a number of Washingto
niaus visited Baltimore Wednes
day evening to atteud the mar-
riage of Mr. Chas. Scott and Miss
Anna J. Baldwin of Washington
which was a very grand affair.
The bride's dress was cream sarin
garnished with pearl crepe, the
corsage cut square in fiont filled
m with oriental luce and pearl crepe
the skirt was elaborately puffed
and ChUght up with bows of cream
satin ribbon. Hair arranged in
Mikado style, the veil of white
tulle held in place by a spray of
orange blossoms was the gift
of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Martin and
the beautiful pearl fan the gift or
Miss Martin. The presents were
costly and numerous: a solid silver
tea set from the bride's father,
Mr. Jerry Baldwin; a turkish rug
from her mother; set of silver
knive3 from Lieut, and Mrs. Jo or,
silver pickle dish aud butter dish,
Mr. and Mrs. Lavelett; gilt wall
pocket, Mrs. Oliver; damask tow
els, Dr. Simms, doylea, Mrs. Fra
ney; china tea set, Mr. F. B. Pye;
album, Miss Saunders; bed spread,
Mr. and M s. Tyler; toilet set,
Miss Lou McCaun; pretty bowl,
Miss Roberts; gloves, Miss H. A.
Mart.u; beautiful silk reticule,
Mrs. Gearing, and many others
of value. Among those pre-ent
were the Rev Mr. Peck, who per
formed the ceremony. Dr. John
son, Mr. and Mrs. Vsbitt, Mr.
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs Martin,
Capt, and Mrs. Perry, Lieut.
Joice, Miss Leonora Joice, Mr.
and Mrs. Gearing and others.
A box ot handkerchiefs, Misa Ad
die E Scott.
SOUTH WASHINGTON NEWS.
Mr. Isaiah Beckett, who died at
his residence 908 E St., on Thursday
evening June the 3rd at 9 p. in., af
ter an illness of S weeks, was buri
ed from the Wesley Zion A. M. E.
church at 3 p. m. on Suuday. The
services under the auspices of the
Sons and Daughters of Moses,
were impressive. The sermon for
the occasion was preached by Rev.
R. H. G. Dyso pastor of the
church, assisted by the Rev. Wm.
Gibbons, of the Zion Baptist, ;
Notwithstanding the threats for
rain during the day the King's Do
minion of which Messrs. Wesley,
Fletcher and Henry Philips wi;pe
managers proved a perfect success
with their picnic at Browns park
last Monday evening.
The 43rd Anniversary to morrow
of the Wesley Zion A. M. E. Sun
day school piomises, under their
new Superintendent R. H. Gunnell,
to be a great occasion for eminent
visitors as ..usual. Among the
many faithful" Suuday School work
ers who are expected to be present,
are Dr. S. A. Sumby, the ex Sup
erintendent who so recently resign
ed, S. G. Brown and others'. J
The churches of South and East
Washington were generally crowd
ed on Suuday last.
The installation, services of the
Rev. Randolph Peyton at the Mt.
Horeb Bapr. church 16th and B sts,
East Washington, were interest
ing. The ceremonies were conduct
ed by the Rev. Dr. Laws, his old
teacher, and also the moderator of
the council which ordained him
several years ago at the Associa
tion held at the 4th Baptist church.
The Bible was presented to the
new pastor, by the' Rev. Wm. J.
Robiuson, late of the Mt. Olive
Notwithstanding the illness of
Mrs. R. S. Laws, the doctor is busi
ly engaged in removing to his
handsome new residence in Dele
ware Avenue. This com
munity is a rapidly growing color
ed business section from 4 to 1st
The Saint Thomas club, of which
Mr. S. F. Webb is president, is
the strongest club in the Virgiuia
Ave. church. It is preparing
for a grand entertainment ou Mon
day evening next.
Mrs. Mary E, Cooper will leave
for Canada Wednesday June 16th.
The first entertainment of the
Jubalites club of the Virginia Ave.
Baptist church, in the interest of
the new church, was largely attend
ed. We entered the premises at
quite a late hour, found a lady
cashier in the ticket office, and two
gentlemen at the door, one on either
side. One collected the tickets,
and the other issued the checks.
When they learned that we repre
sented the Bee, "Dr. Laws paper,"
as they called it they willingly ad
mitted us. We found Dr. Laws
busily engaged in giving aid to the
committee and comfort to the hand
some gathering. The following
are the members ot the committee
to whom we were introduced :
Mesdames Mary E. Smith, pres.,
Mary E. Flood, Alice Jackson,
Virgiuia Meredith, Jas. Lewis aud
aud Wm. A. Johnson. After hav
ing been served with the dainties,
Business interests among the
peouie in this section are being
paralized ou account of the unfor
tunate continuances of the strike
Irom the disagreements between
capitol aud labor.
The trustees of the Zion Baptist
church, C.B. Grayson, H. E.Brown,
and Stafford Parker are doing ev
ery thing possible to make their
bush meeting a success ou the 20th
The pastor and trustees ot the
Virgiuia Ave. Baptist church have
decided upou Sunday July 4th, for
the collection of $300 toward their
new rneetiug house Cor. of 1st. and
H sts., which will be built during
the present year.
The placing of the summer cars
upon 4 St., is another improvement
to our section of the city which is
much admired by all.
The daughters of Ruth at the
Virginia Ave. Baptist church, have
sold a great many tickets for June
Mrs. Delia Howard, Wilhsville,
Va., id prepared to receive Sum
mer Boarders. Scenery and health
fulness un-urpasted. "Mineral wa
ter,, tine table, pure milk and
creim. Terms reusom.ble. For
terms apply to Mrs Delia Howard
Welbourn Pos office, Loudon Co.
DRESS REFORM FOR LADIES
Our New Book, just out, enti
tled, 'Dress Reform for Ladies
with elegant wood engraving and
Biography of Worth, the King
of Fashion, Paris; sent FREE
(to Ladus onL) on receipt of 4
cents iu 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. Seud
ai once for tetms and full particu
Jars. 3.00 outfit free
Lewis Schiele & Co;, 390 Broad-
I way, New York. '
NE. SEDGWICK,1 Agent aud Reporter, 1315
Mr. Wm King a vell known
and highly respected citizen died
last Sunday and was bur ed Tues
day eve'g. Mr. King was a m em
bar of Sjcial L-jdge No. 1, F. A.
A. M. and ex leader of King's
Rev. Jos. Wneler left Wednes
day to take charge of a church
where he was recently calltd
Mr. Julia Ash ton has been se
cured to succeed Air. Wheeler as
organist for MtZion choir.
Services at Mt. Zion Sunday
will consist of a grand rally at
which time it is expected to raise
$1200, the present indebtedness
on the church.
RIGHT YOU ARE.
The oration of our next President
erul Logan, at the tomb of onr hit Pri.
dent Grant, was the greatest eilort of his
life. Denver Sun.
WORSE THAN SOUTHER
NERS. The fact is begining to be wide
lv disclosed that Nortnern men in
this State are more prejudiced
against colored people than are the
Southern whle?. Southern Leader.
The State Teacher's Association
of Arkansas would have been at
Pine Bluff this year, but the own
ers of the Opera House said they
ould not admit negro teachers on
the first floor; they would have to
go up in the gallery. And for this
I cause the place of meeting was
cnangtct wnere the colored teachers
could be on the same floor with
the white. Cleveland Globe.
CORRECT VIEW OF IT.
We hear much about the boy
cotts, and the wickedness of the
working people who use this keen
instrument, that people cannot
percjive the wicked boycott now
carried ou by the boss builders
No man can buy material for build
ing who is not a member of the
builder's associa'ion. IIowts that
for a monopoly boyc )tt? The
WE HAVE THEM.
There are men who persistently
follow a course af.er beingconvinc
ed that they are wrong. They
only continue in it because they
have chosen it and have not the
true m mhood lo acknowledge their
error. Such men are b:gger foota
than the fabled cult aud more ob
stinate than aase3. Detroit Plain
THE PRESS CONVENTION
We agree that the Press Con
vention at Atlantic City can, it it
will, do much for the journalism'of
the race, and a great deal for the
race. We believe that a pc iitical
box will beth re ready to be open
ed, and we shall be there to si'
dowu n the lid of the machine at
sight. Buisness o nothing.
HE DIDN'T BE LEIVE TUEM.
When we see a Democratic Ad
ministration in control, colored
Republicans against whom thern
are no charges, ou ted from office
and white Democrats put in their
places, we confess that our faith is
notstiengthenedin the Democrat
ic Party. When President Cleve
land took charge it was understood
that no efficient man would be
discharged "except ou the ground
of active participation in politics.
Many Lelievtd these promises.
We ahvaj'8 doubted them. The
MOST WONDERFUL &ARBftl N5
BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS,
Lawns, Ginghams, Seersuckers.
Printp, Ponzu, Nuns Yelling, Al
batross cloth, Cashmeres, Silks.
&e. &c, at a sacrifice Ladies and
Gents Collars and CnffV, Hand
kerchiefs, Underwear &c at man
ufacturers price. 10 1-4 sheeting.
15 3-4 cent-5; corsets, 25 cents;
Umbrellas, Parasols, Hosiery aud
Glovesat.cost Immense Bargains
in all departments.
Broadhead and Go.
907 F S., N W. (Masonic. Tem
pi) PIANO LESSONS TAUGHT.
Persons desiring instructions on
the Piano can avail themselves of
the opportunity at Mrs. Matthews,
100721st st., if. w. by the protessor
Tuesdays aud Fridays. Terms
JERRY ROBINSON, Prop.
907 11th St., n. w.
Having secured one of the finest
business localities in the city for
the accommodation of my friends
aud public generally, I beg leave to
say that since ladies and 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 pi opriet or desires to say fail
thur that he" has polite and accom
modating waiters and "one of the,
best houses in the city. This is the
place where ladies and gentlemen
only can be waited on and for tha t
aud other reasons, I respectfully
ask your patronage.
FUSSELLS' ICE CIEU 111 EKES II HIE
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given to actions in both the Law &
Equity courts. Washington com
munications left at the office of the
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iu reference to CJaims in General,
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IG30 7th St., N. W.
James, IL. Tlijomas
CATERER and WAITER
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Orders for Dinner Parlies' Lunches and
Receptions Promptly attended to.
FIRST CLASS Table BOARD.
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nHn S kU MU i represent lnhr own locality
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