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!EHB BMOORATrG " C0VE2s-1
. A DISCORD 3EXWEEX TBE RING 1EM
X)GHA1S AND REFORMEKS. WILL
NEGROES RE FOOLED AGAIX? THE
Carriage of 3flss rrowx the
HERALD LIBEL SUIT.
i(From oarHegnlar Correspondent.)
Baltlmpre M1., June 22nd, 'S6.
Today is the day set apart for
tbe Democratic primaries to select
delegates to the city convention
eoon to be held in this city. The
growing disaffections among the
members of that party-forms a sub
ject for much speculation in politi
cal circles. Aside from the party
strife between the ring and tbe le
lormers, there seems to be a grow
ing discord among what are "known
as leading ring bosses. The reform
ers have already been denied any
Toice in theprimaries and republi
can politicians are firm in the be
lief that this element is hopelessly
estranged and that a coalition wifl
be formed in ratare which will suc
ceed in wresting the city from what
is commonly known as 'riug rule'
The colored vote was led off in
the last campaign by promises,
hich have not been fulfilled, and
it remains to be seen what their at
titude will be in the future toward
those who broke faith with them.
I was very glad to see that the
Press of this city with singular un
animity condemned as outrageous
the recent lynching of colored per
sons in this state, of which mention
was made in a former letter to the
Bee. It shows at least that public
sentiment will not countenance
such inhumanity, and it is to pub
lic sentiment, more than to legisla
tare enactments that the colored
man must look for a redress of his
The closing exercises of the Bal
timore Xonnal School will take
place -on the 2ith inst. at Raine's
Hall. Prof. John Core is Principal
and several colored ladies hold po
sitions as instructors. We hope
ere long to see the day when the
graduates of this school, who are
trained especially for teachers, may
find positions in our colored schools
here at home, instead of being com
pelled to scour the whole state in
search or employment.
The closing entertainment of the.
Mouumeutal Literary Association,
took place on the 17th inst. Tin
association, which is a very popu
lar one, will resume its meetings
in September, when the officers
hope to add other attractions for
the instruction and amusement of
their large and appreciative audi
ences. The marriage of Bev, Eggleston
to Miss lone Brown, on Thursday5
evening, was quite a social event
in this city. Some of the morning
papers devoted a half column of
space to the ceremony and the elab
orate reception held at the residence
of the bride's parents.
Mr. Andrew Shugard, an indus
trious, popular young man of this
city died last night after an illness
of not quite two days. lie was to
have been married on next Tues
day, and the preparations for his
iiuptials were nearly complete.
Sad to relate, his funeral now takes
the place of the intended weding
A libel suit was decided last
Thursday in the court of Common
Pleas, against the morning Herald.
The damage assessed was $50.
The Bee may well congratulate
itself that it is by no means alone
in libel suits and fi ft v dollars fines
PIAKO LESSORS TAUGHT.
Persons desiring instructions on
the Piano can avail themselves of
the opportunity at Mrs. Matthew.-,
1007 21st St., n. w. by the professor
Tuesdays and Fridays. Terms
I j 2 32 J H
frnjT -n 2. S
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THE GEE AT
ITS ORIGIN ASDHISTOEY.
An impartial and faithful review of
the causes and occurrences which
led to the great civil war.
Illustrated with poi traits of the
leading statesmen of the period
covered by the book.
The work will be published in
one volume, octavo size, of about
GOO pages, from new plates, on fine
book paper, and substautially
STYLES AOT PRICES
In fine cloth, gold stamp, - - $3.75
In full sheep, marbled edges, 5.00
In 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 a copy of this
great book. Send for it at once
W. Calviu Chase, Special Agent
Office of the Bee, 1109 1st u. w.
Pump Maker, Well Digger and
Cistern Builder Orders left at
321 3rd St., s. w. Washington,
D C , will be promptly attended to.
Send 10 cents postage, ana
we will ami' you lree a rov
al, valuable, sample box of
goods that will put you in
the way of making more money at once, than
anything else In America, Both sexes of all
ages can live at home and work in spare time,
or all the time. Capital not required. "We
will btartyou. Immense pay sure for those
who start at once. Stinson A Co., Portland,
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GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
401 13th St., S. E.
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of all kinds promptly attended to.
Legal papers careiully drawn at
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S2COOO HL'O Loaa
IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
Oil ON SHORT NOTICE. Bl
Real Estate lirofcer 1003 F St. N. IV. Washing
ton. IX C
THE CITY BUREAU OF
lEnxp I oyinent.
With a regular licensed Agency
is at 731 4h street s. w.
E. S LAWS, Proprietor.
Furnishes employment of all kind
FIRST CUBS OBBEBTAKIHG.
Etab'islimiMit in 441 L St. n. w
AYith Oullius, CasUt-tjj, and all kinds
of furnisinn inalc'rinls, suitable
for accommodations, and supply
ing i he General ordeisat tin short
The people I I his country who de
si u to rea ii the Jour gi eat speeches
of Hn. Fred. Dvu:lasin pamphet
form can obtain them by sending
30 et'iits in postage stamps. The
pamphlet will contain the Louis
ville speei-h, and the three great
speeches delivered 5 in this city
April 16th, 'S4, April 16th, S5 and
April Kith, S6. The occasions be
mg tin anniversaiies ot the Eman
cipation ol Slaves in the District of
Columbia. For 30 cents in postage
stamps a pampl.let will be sent to
ai y address in the United States.
Oi -vve will send a copy of the Bke
for one year and Mr. D uglass
speeches for $2.20 ote.
Editor of the Uee 1109 1st. u. w
Washington, D. C.
IS oT ert Holiclay
Grocery & Pro vision Store.
Fish, Meats and Vegetables of
Fresh Couutry Eggs, Butter &c.
1409 28th st., "West? Washington.
Give him a call.
IFivst class Board.
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Rooms with Board
MRS. MG, CABI,
j-The most convenient place
in the city and in one of
THE MOST POPULAR
922 11 st., ii. w. 922 11 st. u. w
The Provident Life As
OF BALTIMORE jtfd., BOOM 3,
Eire Insurance Puilding, Cor. 7th
& Louisiana Ave., Washington D. C.
This company offers the combineil bena
ffts of both the regular life and life's ma
turity. It affouls to all classes whether
rich or poor the cheapest autl the mo?t
advantageous system " of insurance ever
presented to thepublic. Por iufomation
call at our office or if reqested an agent
will be sent to vour address.
Norvell H Cobb, Local Agt,
A. E. Raudle, General Agent.
Sprigs of Acacia
SAMUEL ADAMS WlGGISS,
Author of Emancipation Pay Poem.
II HUE OF PI1TI110TIG & BEL1610US
Poems Price 50 cts. Orders .left at this
office p.romptly attended to
TF1E NORTH CAROLINA HOUSE
Ko. 240 3rd, st. s. w.
BURS. J. BAK1E PROP.
Offers to the travelling Public
first elas3 board ami lodscinsr for
15 per month ; table board, 10.
no extra r.tte-? for special acjom
madation on European style.
L. G. FLETOUKrt,
olieitor ox Fire
1322 B Street, N. &
WASHINGTON, D. C.
SAFETY 4 PENSION ASSOGIATIOK OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Incorporated under an act of Con
gress Nov. 14th 18S5. Pays prom
ptly on notice of death, six months
after membership one third of
amount insured 'for, at 9 months
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 dues must be paid at the
office to the Secretary, J. F. Carnell.
flevy Improved High Arm,
UTeio lufecianical Principles
and Rotary Movements, Auto
matic, Direct and Perfect Ac
tion, Cylinder Shuttle, Self-setting
lTeedle, Positive Feed, Itfa
Springs, Few Parts, Minimum
Weight, ITo Friction, ITo Noise,
2To Vfear, 2To Fatigue, ITo
"Tantrums," Capacity Unlim
ited, Always in Order, Richly
Ornamented, JTickelflaied, and
Gives Perfect' Satisfaction,
Send for Circulars
AVERY MACHINE CO.,
812 Broadway, New York.
Sample free to tliose becoming agents.
lKori.sk. nilipk Sh1pR T-rrifnrt? irlron
taSatisfactlon trnarantpd 4.rif!roq
DR. SCOTT, 842 Broadway, NEW YORK.
At the "Bee" Office,
1109 I Street, N. W., near 11th,
where you can get
, DRAFT BOOKS,
CHECK BOOKS, &c
AT TDE LOWEST CASH TR1
Liberal Discount to Churches,
Benevolent Societies, Social Clubs
Military Organizations, and La
bor and Trades Unions.
ALL WORK READrHEN
We have purchased an entire
outfit of New Type with the most
uppioved 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.
W. CL T0LS0H,
Claim Ascent, Bounty and Pen
sions made a specialty. Commu
nications through mail, trom all
parts of the couniry may be sent
in reference to Claims in (general,
which will receive prompt atten
tion. IG30 7th St., N. W.
Eurtunrs are yiarly made Ly
successful operators in Stockp,
Grain and Oil.
These investments frequently
pay from 500 to 2,000 or m ne
on each $100 11 vested
Reliable correspondents want
ed. Address tor in ulars,
William E. Richakds,
Bunker niid Rrkr
:, 40 & 42 Broudwitv.-onti-!
1 per ent to 4 per cent per annum; three i
jaioiiLaij 10 ameumeuuruuoii on yood securi
Si'.OO will secure one BRUNSWICK 20-TH A-
-LElt JJOND and one ITALIAN RED (JKO.-S
"BOND, tbe nixt redemption of vh ch soon
lakes pbice. Every bond participates hi fur
Redemption Drawings annually, and lias
Tnore Uran one chance to obtain a premium
of frora2j.W)0 to 100.000. as lnterebt on l he
Investment, and the Bonds at all times are
worth their face value, and must bereileemei
by their respective governments, the saim.
-as our United States Government Rontls.
No Blank.S. No Kisk. wiiatvver, and hun
dreds of opportunities for redemption, with
premiums mngiiifrfrom $10 to SlOO.UOO-500,000
lire liemc one or the targesL tiremitims. S."
"will secure one of tliesc bonds lor the next,
Hemlt53 by UoL.ey Or.ier. Drait, Registered
X.elter or KxpreSK. Balance ptvable in
Tiiontlily installmeuls. U. S. GoVeriuuent
-Bonds tin monthly pjiyments
Address for circulars, ic,
C. W. FOSTER, BACKER,
42 Broadway, New Yort.
EOBINSON P AEKER & - CO.
Mei's Hoys' aid Youths'
313. S. L GQR. SEIEITH 1MIS STS.. M. W
S. A. WSBB,
Dealer in New and Second-fiand
CI.O T EC JLJSG
Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods,
1124 Seventh St, n. wM 13et, L andM Streel
WA IIIJVGTO.V, D. C.
Gentlemen's Clothing Repaired, Dyed and
Renovated, Highest ensh prices paid for cast
off clothing. Gentlemen waited on attbelr
Gents desirous of obtaining a
good serviceable second-hand suit
or overcoat should patronize one
of the oldest establishments of its
kind iu the city,
JUSTH'S 0U STAHB.
619 D St. N. W.
JB O. MILLER.
ST. LUKX'S CHURCH.
Teacher of music, can be seea
at the church or loth and Madi
son st. from 9 to 12, or at 1629 P
st. n. w.
W. N. Daiton.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
No. 939, Pennsylvama Ave., N. W.
Washino-ton D. C.
J. C STRATHEKt
1625 12t'i street n. w.
Crayon, Oil, and Water Color Pictures
made fiom small or large photograph on short
notice. Crayon pictures a specialty.
Wz JBL. Harroyer
Stoves, ItaDges & Furnaces
And Dealer in Table Cutlery,Tin
ware, House Furnishing Goods etc
Ho 313 Seventh St, 2J.W WaskD
Watch Mia Leer
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. tv.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
FOR KENT. Roomsat 1035
17th st.n. w. "
IVdW IS YOUR niN(E
To get your
Put in Fir?t class order. PrAJJOS and
OKGANS of all kinds token on Storage.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale
T. D. GAMBRILL, & Co. No.
iOio 11 st. n. w.
Livery, Boardiug, and Sale Stables,
1234 to 1-240 Twelfth Si. 3. W
COUPES, LAXDAUS, LAN-
BUGGIES, CATtTS, &c.
Also Irr39 oipeiisjiiingr
TIoJl ..tO'bPonjrht to the Distiiet.
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Telephone 77 S.
The POLIt'E GAZETTE will be mailed se
curel wntpned, to any address in the United
SUites for three mouths on receipt of
Liberal discount allowed to postmasters
agents and clubs. .Samole copies m-lletl free
AddreSsall ordeis to
KI'H.CD K. FOX,
FuAXKUX SuUAKE, N. Y
FOR A GOOD
DINGER OR LUNCH,
GolnE.TlGOlt'rf Ot-ntral Dlu
3iig Eotmi, 1213 E st. n. w., Wash
itigtou, D. C. Wo" kuow LiiBi his
pi'ices suit' the times.
THE L18MT XUNNlJiPg
9& Jk V iw 'S
HAS NO EQUAL.
PERFECTS A TISFACTm
Kef lie Swing lacliiiie Co.
30 Man Square, N.Y. Chicago, 10. St.LooJ8,Mo.
Atlanta, Ga. Dallas Tex. San Frandwo, Cal
FO SAlg BY
Estailisbeif Fiffy-fJye Years.
13 East 16tii Street, 3'r Xarfc City.
BUY FROM" THE ilAyUFACTimER ASD SAVE
Th Pianos are made from the bt material,
SBlsed in the best manner, and belBt? in evarv
respect IIoaeAt and Jlrut-Chiwi, have been awarded
the F!rt Premium whereer exhibited for the last
Forty Year. E ery piano suaraateed for (dxyeaw,
and Ave days trial allowed th3t itmay be thorook'iuy
criticised by yourself and fnenda before payhur fur
iL Look at the prices and fend for Deacrlptlte
Cataloswe before buying' elsewhere.
Xo. 1, Upright or Square, $230, irortli $400
Xo.2, " " SCO, " 500
1 jm . jm mimt r c
" " SCO,
" " 2D0,
ALL 7 Z OCTATES.
ors a: all Great
Near mode l
not requite ne
much tuning is
Pianos en tbe
b 1 1 1 o a s for
Styles. 522. to
Jgoo. For Cash.
pursty of tone
and Jurat liity
154TremontSt..Boston. 46 E. 14th SL 'Union Sq.),
N. Y. 149 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
Hesirrss thoss Dfgai? J
ij Early Ia.dlKT3ti:-,
Imparts 'lJdhtxl Hijjt
'Strengiz323 and Invijoraiss iit
posxiiva cjts for Impattzrj
PROMPT. S.1F3 and 5UR?
Bl.DU psr box. Six for S5.ZJ.
Hailed to aso sdirase n rxsnl
Price. Sand for rirrnJj-.
'als P.ssnt far Batted Statu,
F. 3. CPOUCE.
.222 Dnsd 5., 2fsv York.
J. fa" KettstnooWork.
.a-re prepared a Com
ita OxtS 1 containing 5 O
wrfoTl& SUmnlBr pal.
on best eovemment
and taichtncnt PiDcr. all
Wild Roses. "Fcreet-me-
Outlines of Boy. Ciri. Buei.
Spiders. Storks, Scollops tor
Skirts. Craxy Stitch Pat
den. Pond Lilies. Tulips,
tau. &c.,&0 In all.rangine
Mias irmnTt J. rmtBi reTeruaie i-onsei, ana
fall and coaspleta dlrtctlons for Kensington Statnpfae and
Embroidery. Kensington Painting. Lcstre. Metallic Flitter
tad IrridMcant Painunsr. Colors used and mixing of Colors.
Ribboa Kmbreldary. CSnUl and Arasene Work. Correct
Colors of all As dlSersnt florars, Dascnption of erery stitch
ustd la Msbroidar.&e., making a complete Outfit that can
not b bongnt at retail for Ins than Jxo. To introduce
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MagasiBt derottd to the interests of the Country Heme
ana Household, we wOl send one of these Outfits complete
fre BM.A 'iroetald to any lady who will send S5 for
1 sot. subscription to the Magasine. Fire for fx. Money
taerfully refunded if not more thaa satisfactory. Address
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Taroaga tae raiiure ot a large ma
fectnrcr of Cashmere Pattern Friees
Shawls, there has come into our haaos
a urge consjcaxnent oi rm
Shawls, perfect goods, which we
propose to present to the bdies 10
the following raanner: Send4S
cea for S noiu subscripts to
Farm aad lioueiold. a large
W pate diustrated paper,deTted
to rarra ana nouwauiu 7n.
Stories and general rnrsceMany.
land we wdl send yoa one of tfce
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