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AUTHORIZED AGENTS.
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KST WASHINGTON. .
fl.peid.w. tf B Street -Northeast
yytST WASHINGTON.
, E cjedgwlck lS15,i27th Street.
crtirrH WASHINGTON, ,
liKANCH OFFICE,
K.S. Iawb, Ifauager.
t...Tisme: urmsnea on appii-
r'" "U u Hiiy Price. AU remittances
",eerbvdi"afUlK)Btal money order
Z' Money forrd
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should be ad-
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Washhmton D. C
PfBURMTO EVBUY SATITUDAT AT
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.vnDBETflEBEECAKBEHAD.
, Polkety-H, M. Street, between 12Ui and
North-west. . d r
1 H. Heller, Druggist, comer lGtli and
piiwU Northwest. peunByl
Henry Poland's, corner 4& na reuuBi
vaula Avenue, Southwest.
Wadaicton's Jewelry store, 13ti an
IT streets, n. w.
N,.ShIH0aM.38PeuI,BylvunlaAvo.
Northwest. .
N E. Sedgwick
Mr. Alexander Powell, who
paid a visit to Ex-President Arthur
in l$ew York, returned to the city
Monday Morning arid reports
that the Ex President is geting
well and sends his love to all
enquiring friends.
Mr. Green Henderson, of 'South
Carolina, has been notihed jhat.
his services will not be required
after June 30th. Mr. Henderson,
is a young man who has won a
host of friends who greatly regret
his discharge.
The Louise's letter will not
appear this week,3 on account'' of
the lady having been out of tne
city. Her letter next week is prom
ised to be more than interesting.
She will give the full particulars
of the Orpheus difficulty, &c.
The case of Mr. Yincent J. Bat
thle, will come ud in the police
court next week. There is no evi
dence against him that he stole the
watch. The lady to whom the
watch was given states that it was
given to her to sell aud that Bhe
gave it to Sonnie Peck to raffle or
s-ell;that the watch was not raffled
in her house.
Spinal Supporting Corset. JSTo
expeieffce required.' iFour oi'ders
peV day give the Agent 150
mouthly. Our Agents report from
four to twenty sales daily. Send
at once for terms and full particu
lars. 3.00 outfit free
Lewis Schiele & Co., 390 Broad
way, New York.
SUMMER RESORT.
Mrs. Delia Howard, Wilhsville,
Va., is prepared to receive Sum
mer Boarders. Scenery and health
fulness unsurpassed. Mineral wa
ter, fine table, pure milk and
I irfirn TVrmn ronamv.ilVlA. "EYr
terms apply to Mrs. Delia Howard
W elbourn Post office, Loudon Co.
Virginia.
--
West Washington,
1315 27th street
Hyson's Barber Shop, Uth and
H steets, n. w.
locals.
Subscribe for the Bee.
Twenty cents per month.
U will contain all the news.
For sale bv all newsdealeis in the city
Our subscribers would confer a favor
13 leaving the amount of their subscrip
tioiic at their houses for the collector, and
tlm save annoyance alike to patron and
collector.
Mr. S. D. Mills, of Dauviile, Ya.,
principal of the Public Schools,
arrived in the city Tuesday even
ing. He gives a good account of
the condition of the colored people
at that place and says that the
schools are prospering. He left tor
Manhattan Beach, Long Island N.
Y, where he will spend the sum
mer. The Garden Party given atthe res
idence of Mrs. N. Spragues, for the
benefit of the St. Lukes Church
was largely attended on Thursday
evenino. Notwithstanding the
inclement weatner tne aitair was
a ffrand succecs in every particu
lar, and to the credit of the ladies
engaged. in giving it, the manage
ment was conducted splendidly.
The repetition of the same 1b the
desire of all who were present.
SUMMER BOARD.
Lincoln Loudon, County Ya., June
11th 1886
To the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Washington city. I take pleas-
ure in informing you that Mrs.
S. J, Murry, living in the village
of Lincoln is now prepared to take
boarders. Any person desirng to
Bpend a lew months in the country,
will find it to their interest to visit
this village. Pure water, a lovely
yard for croquet playing, conveni
ent to the Post office, also to a fine
Livery stable, and in fact every
convenience that we can wish for
in the country. "For particulars
address Mrs. S. J. Murry, Lincoln
Loudon County Ya.
TEEFREEDMAN'S HOSPITAL.
THE REMOVAL ' OF DR. C. B. PUhVIS.
HIS ATTEMPT TO BE .AN INDEPEN
DENT. A MEMBER OF THE REPUB
LIOAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE AND
A CANDIDATE FOR THE REPDBLI
. CAN CONVENTION! A MEMBER OF
THE SCHOOL BOARD, PROFESSOR IN
HOWARD UNIVERSITY AND SUR
( QEON IN CHARGE OF THE FREED--MAN'S
HOSPITAL. HIS SUCCESSOR
NOT "SET DECIDED UPON.
The petition that is in circula
tion requesting the secretary of the
Interior to make a change at the
Freedman's Hospital will be for
warded to the secretary of the Inte
rior next week. There are about
500 names signed to the petition.
Communications have been pent
to secretary Lamar, to the effect
thaj Dr. Purvis is an "offensive
Lutheran Memorial church, read
the dedicatory service. The bas
kets were then passed, and a lib.
eral collection was lifted. The
music was furnished by the choir
ofDr Butler's church, and was
quite a feature of the occasion,
comp'etely harmonizing with the
sermon that was preached.
This church was built by the
liberal donations of Christ's peo
ple irom all sections of the coun
try. It is not yet year old, but
is alreadv felt in the community,
in which it is situated, having a
Sunday school of over two hun
dred registered attendants. It is
a beautilul little brick edifice of
the Gothic style, having all the
mod rn conveniences. Its pastor,
Rev. D. E Wiseman is of St.
Thomas, West Iudes, and ihough
young in the work, he bids fair to
gain lauiels for the church and for
himself. He is a graduate of the
Divinity school of Howard Uni
versity, of the class erf '84, and is
mrfan rPK :,.. ,. r..i.
ftSfTvTp rF I i Uheonly colored man in America
thai Dr. Purvis was a member of fm. thtx Tllfw , 1B
Ir. P. J. Creushaw, has gone to
Athens, Ala., ou a visit.
w
asram
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M b. O. K. Burwell, is
lying very low at 210 F st s.w.
Many well advised addresses
were made before the minis ters in
this community.
Mr. A. E. Hilyer,is confined to
fns be(IIt is 'hoped fchut he will
noon recover.
An interesting letter from
Elembee this week is too late for
publication.
After spending two weeks va
cation with friends, Mr. E. D. Har
dy has returned to the city.
Notice has been served on Mr.
Lawrance O. Pnsey, of the Quater
master Geurl: Dept that he will
not be needed after J uue 30th.
tTJKD Anytime, Ice Cream
oi uie YVQSt qUahty at John A.
dray, Jr'fe. tce rjream narlors.
Ifcmral Iaix"yr.
Milkseryed by Retail and Wholesale.
The best country milk in the city.
Walter S. VVelborn, proprietor 1837 II st,
. v.
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LOGANS BOOK.
Rev. and Mrs. Williams, of
Abbiville, S. C, have seut for
Genl. Logans book. Everybody
should' read it.
Ice (Jream vmrlors.
1.11.1 1IT-V . i- '
ni im st., tv w.
Communion will i served at
tno Ziori, Fourth,andMt. Horeb
Baptist Churoiie5to-morrow ufter
noou at 3 o'clock.
EEW OUTFIT.
Mr. J .P. Waddleton, Cor. 13th
and H sts., n. w. is now prepared
to do all kinds of work. He has
purchased uewT machinery and will
very shortly employ seveal colored
apprentices to learn jewelars trade.
He is a progessive young man and
now is the time for the people to
give him a call.
This Hall si located on Camp Hill
400 feet above the sea level, within
10 minutes walk from Harper's Per
ry Depot, aud only two hours ride
from Washington, D. C. Pure wat
er, cool mountain breezes, pleasant
shades, free from malaria aud un
molested by mosquitoes. This Hall
has had a two story porch built at
the easteud, the fourth story finish
ed aud has been uicely painted out
side. Fishing, Hunting, Bathing,
aud Ci aquet are some of the auius
meuts. Table furuished from fresh
country produce. Bo aid. $4 per
week. Any time less than a week,
60 cents, per day. Diuuer 40 cents.
Small children half fare. Give 3
days notice piior to coming. House
opeus July 1st W. H. BELL, Pro
prietor. Box 55 Harpers Ferry,
"W. Va.
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KING OE WAYLAID SEMINARY.
ARE THE CHARGES TRUE? WHAT
REPUTABLE MINISTERS CHARGE
HIM WITH.
THE JUNIOR EXCELSIORS.
Next week Friday July 2d the
Junior Excelsiors will give their
excursion to Mount Yeruou .
This popular club of young men
will UU duubt uarir dovru a large
crowd. Messrs. W. A. Stewart,
J. Linwood Johnson, and otheisof
the committee are at the head,
The installation of Rev. WaBh-1 w.nca is a guarautee of a pleasant
lime.
ington Holmes, will take place at
ine israei baptist Unurcti Sunday
June 27th, at 3 P.M.
The District Grand Lodge No 3
ol the good Samaritans Iims just
completed its 25th, annual elec
tion and installation of officers
Rev. Mrs R. S. Laws, has been
J-'nendinajeevral days at Aarlmglon
Va., for ihe improvement of her
health.
If you want a good plate of ice
cream go to Johu A. Grays, Jr.
1412,17,11, st. n. vv. This is a
young man who should be patro
nized. The Bern Baptist Chucrh has
discontinued services uutil the sec
ond Sunday in August In consc
ience of repairs now being made
ut Uie church.
Mr. W. C. Coleman, of Concord,
ev. A. J. Marshal, ofNetv Berne
a;ul Hon. Hugh Cale, of Elizebefh
01t.v, N, C, are in the city, the
guests of Mrs. Brown, 1416 I st. n
4
.Miss Annie Thornton, of Ered
erickeburg, Va., is in the city. She
18 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
u'ard D.ckerson, at 1112 K. st.
u- w. She will leave the city next
week. J
?(?H?S & SUITES of ROOMS
1 &EKT-tscoIlected.Real
orw a oi8 waneu, at tne'olnce
POSTPONED
The picnic that was to have
taken place at Van n ess Park by
the Arthur Social Club has been
postpoud to Wednesday June 30th,
at the same place. This club is com
posed of some very energetic
young men who are always very
successful with their enlertaiu
meuts. Admission to the picnic
25 ceuts.
A VALUABLE MAN.
At a delegated meeting of Bap
tist ministers, to consider the act
tion of Dr. King of Wavlaud
Seminary, aud his treatment to
colored students, an address to
the Baptist churches ot the United
State and the American Home
Mission society bus been issued
The address charges Dr. Kiug in
the year of '78 with mistreating a
student by the name of Young;
that at Redbark, t N. J., wheu
Prof. King was with his jubilee
troupe, he became so angry with
one of his lady singers, Miss Anna
M. Mason, that when she attempt
ed to ascend the steps of the cars
en route to Washington, his pas
sion sojfar got the better of him,
that he pushed her forcibly from
the second step to the first, against
the car. In the spring of '78 a lady
student, Miss Maggie A. Wash
ington, who had been qui:e ill for
several weeks, and as a result had
a very poor appetite, went to Prof.
King's door while he was at
luncheon (the students at this
time were not allowed luncheon.)
She asked him, "If she might not
ask the cook to give her a piece of
bread." There upon he became
enraged; told her "to leave the
door and go down stairs " She
te National Republican Commit
tee and a candidate for the repub
lican convention. He holds too
many offices and he claims that
Samuel Randall of Pennsylvania
is at his back and lo Negro can
get his pluce. Q'he petit ion further
says, that he is member ot the
board of school trustees, one of
the professors in the Howard Med
ical school, Surgeon in Charge of
the Ereedmm's Hospital, and a
practicing physician, and from all
these positions, except the school
board, he is receiving big wages.
The Bee scribe learns, that Secre
tary Lamar, has decided to make
a change, and Dr. Purvis' succes
sor will probably be either Drs. J.
It. Francis, Cook or Augusta. Dr.
Francis is from one of the best
families in the city, and his ap
pointment would meet with uni
versal approval. He is no politi
cian, hence no democrat will op
pose him. Dr. Samuel Le Count
Cook is from one of the oldest and
most respectable citizens. His fa
ther, the late John E. Cook, did a
great deal for the colored people
in this commuuity. He has large
practice in this city and has the
reputation of being a first class
surgeon. This gentleman is back
ed by Dr. Garnett aud a large
number of democratic medical
men. Dr. Augusta, has the repu
tation of being a first class ptrysi-
cian and. eurgeon. He was one of
tlt.e ' few men who served with
credit in the army during the
war. lie has never taken part in
politics. Dr. Augusta is very
conservative in li'is views and will
no doubt make a fine Surgeon m
charge of the Ereedman's Hospi
tal, becretary Lamar bos not de
cided, as yet which of the three
gentlemen will be appointed, but
it can be relied upon that one of
the three will probably be ap
pointed Dr. Howard of New York is being
urged for the place.
educated for the Lutheran minis
try. It is to be hoped that this
Lutheran church will prove to the
people that the creed of "Justifica
tion by Eaith" is geueral in it&
adaptation. May the "Church ol
Our Redeemer" thrive and may
many find redemption througti
the instrumentality of its ardent
pastor.
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Merchant: Well, if Sparks is a
good saleman, I would like to get
hold of him.
Purines Oh. ves. he'sfa a-ood'Hfr?A?-lcel?Hed that she was too feeble to
an, but he's a terrible stutterer. I" ri-,Qen ne seized her by the
arm and wyed her down stairs at
a rapid late into the kitcheu,
jerked her 'around aud hurt her
side, from which she has been suf
fering during her illnes; that Miss
Mary E. Williams a young lady a
member in good and regular stand
ing of one of the Baptist churches
was most violently aud outrage
ously assaulted. The address also
men.ious many other charges and
has the names of Revs. R. S.Laws.
Walter H Brooks, Wm. J. Walk
er, and W. H. Scott, signed, rep
resenting the committee.
Why the other day he tried to give
a customer a price ou a pice of silk,
but before he could get it out, the
market price of that silk had fall
en two dollars a yard. The woman
took the piece rather than ask him
if he coldn't make a reduction.
Merchant: We want Sparks. Tld
Bits.
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 Eashion, 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
EOR RENT A handsome fur
nished room iu a first class fami
ly, either front or Dack, No. 226,
D st. S. Wr.
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DEDICATION OF THE
"CHURCH Ob1 OUR REDEEM
ER." LUTHERAN.
liberal collection,
quent sermon, AC.
AN ELO-
WEST WASHINGTON.
N.E.SEDGWICK, Agent anil Reporter, 1315
127 Street.
Rev. C. W. Cole, the eloqenti
divine ot Zion " Union A. M. E,
Mission, is fast becoming popular
in our section, since his appoint
ment a few weeks a 2:0.
The Independent Pilgrims are
again in the field. They are con
nected with the Ebeut'z jr A. M. E.
church. They scored another
laurel Thursday evening at their
fete at Van n ess park.
This section has the honor of
having two of the Minor Normal
graduates this session. Misses Ev
ans aud Riddles. They weie the
recipient of numerous and costly
works of Shakespeare and other
literature.
The famous Arion Male quar
tette, Messrs. Butler, Parrott, Wal
ker and Sedgwick, failed to make
their second trip to Baltimore iu
consequence of the inability of their
baritone Mr. L. E. Walker to at
tend.
Miss Fanny Saunders accident
ly shot hersell through the hand, a
tew days ago, while playing wi h
a revolver causing a painful wound.
We siucerely trust it will not
interfere with the matrimonial al
liance between Miss Pauuderd
and one of our esteemed citiz-mb
which is reported will take place
at such a short period.
Mrs and Miss Madddii 1320
27 st , have removed to their new
residence in Montgomery, st.
The principal topic in this sec
tion which is attracting all lover-?
of entertainments is the comp ti-
uve drill at Vauness park. Sadly,
do we admit we have no military
organization in this section to en
ter the contest,
they listened to an able and elo.
quent sermon frem Rev. Heckter
pastor iu charge of the above
church. Mr. J. Davenport acted
as spokesman and satisfactorily
performed his duties. .
The closing exercises at the
Chamberlain building, (our moth
er school) were also grand.
A communication trom Mr. and
Mrs. Bartholemew McDcniel, who
were lately married and left for
New York," states that they will
remain as they have commenced
buose keeping. Mrs. A. Beckett,
the mother ol Mis. McDaniet will
pay her a visit next week.
17e certainly think that some of
our esteemed bretheren aud divines
in holding their praise meetings,
error on this particular point and
that is, iu calling on brother Tom,
Dick and.Harry, claiming to be a
missionary class leader or To al
minister from some distant clime
for which no oue save themselves
can endorse. We do not deny their
good intentions, but it is impossi
ble for them to make the desired
affect in the meeting. The follow
ing is a portion of a prayer ut
tered by one of the above a few ev
enings ago : Oh Lawd come down
and come dis way for here is some
dat am camel-backed, hump-backed,
and crosseyed. We cant do
nothing wid doubt and nothing
wid you ; take your almighty can
nou iu hand and fill it full of gos
pel powder aud graceful shot, and
put au almighty cap on it aud shoot
a ball dis way and kill some sinner
wid open before he gots haf way
home.
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On last Sabbath evening, June
20, the "Church of Our Redeem
er," which is situated ou 8th st.,
near Howard University, was fill
ed with an appreciative audience,
representing some of the best ele
ment of the white and colored peo
ple of the District. The occasion
was the formal dedication of the
new edifice to the service of Al
mighty God. Rev. D. E. Wise
man the pastor, shared his pulpit
with Drs. Butler, Craighead,
Slaybaugh and Hamma, the last of
whom is from Baltimore and
preached the dedicatory sermon.
It is useless to attempt to give an
adequate account ot the sermon
for were the Bee to record the
gems of thought that fell from the
lips of that distinguished Divine,
the scribe would lose the elo
quence with which he presented
them. The text was "What mean
ye by these stones?" Dr. Hamma
graphically related the miracle of
the dividing of the Jordan, and as
we sat there we-saw the nrghty
walls into which the water had
been transformed, arid the .Israel
ites walking bravely over the bed
of the deep. The Dr. then appled
his text to the fcvent of the even
ing and after giving a brief nisto
ry ot the church, he concluded
with animpassionate appeal for
the Catholicity of the Christian
religion and of the Lutheran faith.
During the whole sermon, the au
dience was kept spell-bound, every
body seeming to be wholly under
the control of the speaker. After
the sermon Rev. Dr. Butler of the
The many friends of Mr. Alitr
Butler Sr., will be sorry to learn
of his serious illness atlus residence
1321 27ih st.
The string band under the man
agement of Messss Pryor & Ship
ley furnished excellent muse a
the birthday fete of one of the
prominent representatives Thurs
day evening last.
Mrs. Nancy Mars, who ha3 b 'en
lying ill at her residence 130527th
st , was removed Wednesday
morning to Providence Hospital.
Mr. Charles Lawcon, 1309 27th
st., has left for New York,
Misses Iola Westburn and K t
tie Smith left Tuesday for Con net
icut. Notwithstanding the rain which
fell in torrents on Tuesday last,
the closing exercises of the Worm
ley School were thescene of attrac
tion. Miss Estelle Johnson 1406 27th
st, will'leave for New York next
week to remain during the sum
mer. A prominent Divine delivered
an eloquent sermon to a large and
arjpreciative audieuce at the 1st
baptist church Wednesday even
ing.
The ancient Daughters ofTabis
tha No. 5, of A-hich Mrs. Cathe
rine Morris is President, assisted
by No. 7, of which Mrs. R. J,
Holmes, is the executive, went to
Union Wesley A. M. E. church
on Sunday evening last, where
NTIGELLO GL
121Q E ST. N. W.
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Oue of the most Popular resorts
iu the city. Kept by reliable per
sons wrho are at all times accom
modating and respectfnlly solicits
the patronage OF THE PUBLIC.
II TS FIRST CLASS.
Billiards & Poo! the prin
ciple games,
All brands of WINES, LIQ
UORS, CIGARS, &c. always on
hand.
LUNCHES, etc.
There are three UNFURNISH
ED ROOftiS to let for gentleman
only Call and inspect the place.
1219 E ST. 1. 1. 10. 1213.
MOST WOHDERFUL BABBUI I
IN
BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS,
Lawns, Gingham5', Seersuckers,
Prints, Ponzu, Nuns Yeiling, Al-hatro-s
cloth, Cashmeres, Silks,
& ;. &c, at a sacrifice Ladies and
Gents Collars and Cuffs, Hand
kerchiefs, Underwear &c, at man
ufacturers price. 10 1-4 sheeting,
15 3-4 cent-; corsets, 25 cents;
Umbrellas, Parasols, llusiery and
Gl ves at cost Immense Bargains
in all departments.
Broadhead and Co.
907 F S, N. W. (Masonic Tem
ple.) NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT
COMPANY,
OFFICE 407 TENTH STREET N. W
(Hatchet Building)
WASHINGTON, ;D. C.
All persons desiring help, skilled orjeom
mun labor, can be furnised promptly, iu num
bers toHUlt.by niuking apnlicatlon by mail
or ut the otliee of the Coinpuuy.
A specialty is made in supplying labor to
itailroud ConipiiuieB, Contractors, Farm '
ers.and
DOMESTIC HELP FOR FAMILIES
All persons, nude or female, desiring
work should register their name, address,
1 ml kind of 0111 ploy menfc desired to the of
lic. Fr further particulars addres,
NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT OV.,
407 Tenth St., It rthust
II. PRICE WILLIAMS, Manaj
Oent or 5$a?e. -
PROPERTY FOR SALE..
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IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITT.
Improved and Unimproved
CASH PAYMENTS OR MONTElL;
LY INSTALLMENTS. i 1
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS'
from $200 to 10,000--.
jg-ON SHORT NOTICE. -R.
X. BUFPIN
BEAT ESTATE BROKER, :
1005 P. Street Northwest.
.
Honses for rent and rents cOllec.
ted. Orders received for wall pap '
ering on reasonable terms.. Money4"
to loau on real estate. f
W. A. Stewart, 10th andF Sts., N., '
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