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1920 Pennsylvania Avenue V rt'i.vat.
We want your Trade
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M'. and Mrs. Wm. H. Lee, gave a
dinner at their cosy little residence,
6-2 C ttreet, northeast, on last Mon
rja" i-iening. There was quite a se
e, t company present.
The Varick Lyceum of the Union
Wesie A. M. E. Z. Church, was ad
dressed last Monday evening by Prof.
C. r . M. Browne, "Evolution, man and
development." The subject was schol
arly handled and the essayist de
serve great praise for not having a
dissenting voice. Lawyer Thomas L.
Jones, the orator, will addres the lyce
iim next Wednesday night. A fine
musical program will be one of the
features. Bishop C. C. Petty and a
number of distinguiched men will be
"The Anecdote in Professional Life,"
was the subject of a very interesting
paper read by Mr. J. T. C. Newsome,
betore the Congressional Lyceum,
Sunday last. The essayist referred to
President Lincoln as standing at the
head of those public and professional
men u ho usually clinched their points
with an anecdote. Mrs. L. C. Moore,
will read a paper before the lyceum at
4 p. in. Sunday next,
REV. S. N. BROWN EXONERATED.
Onu one person to sustain the
charge of mr. cook, his mother,
KLV. liROWN TO TAKE ACTION.
The commute that was appointed to
investigate the appointment of .Miss
Uais Jackson, who was appointed by
Ke. b. K. Brown, the trustee in the
county, met in the Franklin school
buildm ' . ist Tuesday afternoon,
carries was not present, he
not believing the charges of sufficient
importance to require his presence.
Mbs Jackson denied the al
legations made by Mr. Cook to the
etitct, that if she would come and
work in his church, that Rev. Brown
would ilive her a school. The other
witness on whom Mr. Cook reliedj
the guardian of Miss Jackson, also de
nied the allegations of Mr. Cook.
lioth oJ these persons by whom Mr.
Ccok alleged he would prove his
charges emphatically denied that Mr.
Broun, directly of indirectly had
made any promise to give a school
The only witness Mr. Cook had
then, uas his mother, but whose
evidence was not coroborated in the
The committee will unanimously ex
onerate Trustee Brown and Miss Jack
son's appointment will be confirmed
by the board. Other steps will now
be taken bv Rev. Brown, so it is re
ported. SI OO S,e-waura. $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is tiieonlv positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient health by building up the
constituhon and assisting nature in
doing us work. The proprietors have
jo much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
or any case that it fails to cure. Send
,Jr list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
"Sold by Druggists, 75c.
E UGHT OF THE WORLD
OUR SAVIOUR IN ART."
Cost over $100,000 to . . Con
5SrTr y 2 fuI1"Pa&e engravings
yioui Savior hir ti, Z4. i.
w not a l,fe of Christ, but an exhibit
Chri reat masters ideals of t
Wished. Agents are taking from
E.l twenty orders daily. The I
v. i., nrnpr rnni- i.i.n i- i..
m ,1 beautlful that when people
thL ey want lt Published less
flfth Vear and already n its twenty
h 1 edition, some editions consisting
runn-f,000, books- The presses are
Z ,g1ayra!ld nZht t0 fiI1 orders.
is hUfa,!ofthe Pictures of this book
art noii iyui ciinong me jjreat
toeSn 'le"es Europe. The Hermit-,
ake, Prado, Uffizi. Pftt? t o.q t.
iri;, n1?".3,1 of Lnxlon, National of
fur, l' Belvidere and other celebrated
-n opean art galleries, nave all placed
ourrt. 1 , neatest treasures at
Ced Pfora ,at lheyumiht repro
Rlanr.. foruthls s.uPerb work. "First
gafe at the pictures brought tears
tjJyeS , Sa's one- ''Cleared
sa?J i St veek s wrk with the book,"
bulf "lhSr Many men ad wom4n
ihrir a" payVlg for homt-s from
ho llCCeSS Wlth this Sreat work.
siandi?an r woman of Sood church
RerhJr8,.CaJ1 secure position of mana
SidS, - f0 ffice work and corres
MdrS Vth ag,?nts in this territory
!Euf p ft-r ful1 Particulars A. R. T.
THE ROSEBUD CLUB.
Lads and lasses have a merry time
A brilliant young people's entertain
ment and dancing party, was given
Friday night of last week by the Rose
bud Club. The recherche affair took
place at the residence of Mr. James
Jackson, No. 1412 17th street. The
menu was all fruit. This club is com
posed of young, lads many of whom are
Dupils in the High school. The mem
ers are: Masters Byron Chisolm,
. essie Green, Harald Norwood, How
rd Johnson, Chester Turley, Walter
Walker Eugene P-eeples, Kiger Sa
voy, Radford Davis, Milton Chisolm,
Albertus "Brown, George Richardson,
Donald Wormleyand Harry Johnson.
Among the young lasses present,
were, Misses Beatrice Lewis, Viola
Collier, Marion Wheeler, Gertrude
Kyan, Jennie Fearing, Geneva Walker
Vastie Turley, Ioia Dickerson, Edith
bavoy, Nettie Langston, Carrie Lee,
and Mary Wright.
The Rosebud youngsters have be
come famous forgiving grand enter-
a"",tl'f uu ne oiaer clubs must
190k well to their laurels if they de
sire to keep up with them.
William 1, Union,
"7"oo3. Coal 6z Ccke,
2240 pounds to the Ton. Sawed
and Split wood. All stock under
cover Satisfaction Guaranteed.
attendtieorn.by " W,H reccive
No. 70 G- Street. Northeast.
Harness and Collar Manufacturer,
211 10th Street noithwest.
Repairing Called lor and Delivered.
310 and 312 ;th St. n, w.
Groceries, Mtats and
2601 1 Street northwest.
Branch: 1741 L St. n. w.
Beef, Lamb, Porjc, Sausage,
and all Rinds of Meat,
Wholesale and Retail. Fine Ice
house. Refringemjng excellent.
413 O St. northwest.
James II. D'tar,
Groceries, Meats and Provisions.
Cor. 3rd and K Streets, northwest.
Bill of Pre.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 1606 M St
ff)s. 1, E. corjee Sole $vrjgm
Oyster Soup..- ............., io'cts.
Vegetabl e -Soup - t 5Ctg
Panned Oysters . 25 c
Oysters on Toast
One Dozen Oysters, fiied in a bo
Half Dozen Oysters fried . i
Fresh Fish, Bread, Butter and Con ...2
Salt Mackerel j
P'rhouse steak, bread, butter, coffee potatje
Sirloin Steak, bread, butter, coffee..
v ,njbfhoPs .25 ct
veal inops ,,.. ,, ..,,... .w.... ..20 cts
lorK Chops - -..i5cts
sausage.......... , , , , f t 15 cts
Ham and Errs. 25cts
bingle order of hcRS, bread, butter, coffee-is cts
Pigs teet fried in batter I5 ct;,
Liver and Bacon....... ",. ...-..,.......15 ct
Corn beef Hash.. ,, ,,....... 20 ct3
Beef Stew, bread and butter... .i0 cta
Fried Spring Chicken bread, butter .... 25 ct"
Pork and beans, bread and butter... 10 ct
Hot cakes, Buckwheat or Flannel c ct3
Cream Toast-.-.-. -..-- 1 ct"
Milk Toast... - JS ct
Oysters on the HalfShell
Ham, bread and butler ... JO cts
Corn beef, bread and butter 10 cts
Roast beef...... j0 cts
Deviled Crabs... - ... .j0 sts
Chicken Salad... .10 ct
Lobster Salad IO cts
rotatobalad -........... .10 cts
Pie and Milk . .10 cts
Ice Cream & water Ices, per plate, 10c. I
Week Commencing Monday, Apr. 25.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday,
25c and 50c. Webber's Elabo
The Jubilee Singers
The Voodoo Festi
val The Novel Special
ties The Magnificent
May 2-The WORLD AGAINST HER.
ERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
April 25. One Week Matinees
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
THIS IS "THE ONE."
Presenting everything that is
NEW, NOVEL, UNIQUE.
Letta Meredith, Tenley and Simonds
Howard and Emerson, Lizzie Van,
The Cosmopolitan Trio, Boyce
and Black, Brennan Sisters,
And the Original Burlesque,
"A RIGHT ON BROADWAY"
Elaborate Electrical Effects, Gor
geous Costumes, Magnificent Scenery.
$3J Mile, Ani's Merry Honarchs.
W. A. H. Church, Thos. Stevenson.
Laths, and Shingles, at
B.and P. Freight Depot.
Maryland Avenue, 8th and
9th Streets, Southwest.
REAL Estate L
$10 Accident policies
or $2.50 quarterly for
- men and ladies
FIRE fND LIFE INSURANCE.
1126 10th Street. N. W.
vVhips, Blankets, Lap-robes,
Fly-nets, New and Second
Hand Harness, etc.
301 10th Street, corner of C n. w.
Residence, 628 2nd St., n. e.
No. 713 F Street, Southwest.
Stalls: 86 to 87 Center Marker, 7th
G B. KRUMKE,
1753 L Stree't, Northwest.
M I W,
523 3rd Street,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
Flour and reed,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
In all kinds Flour, Feed and Grain
Wood, Coal and Coke. Terms Cash
All orders Delivered Free.
Give us a Trial.
Corner North Capitol St., and
Nhw York ave. N. E.
WANTED To buy or sell, machinery
ol all description, such as steam
engines, boilers, iron girders, eleva
tors, electric moters, platform scales,
lether belting, ropes, pulleys, gas fix
tures, old harness, steam, water and
gas pipes; also old iron, brass, copper,
lead, zinp hrbr. j A r
------"- wwyo ttuu prper shock, ior
w TOpfcYfttSrV- t prices.
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-nease mention the bee.
Church I Stevenson
AT THE THEATRES.
Managers Kernan and Rife are con
gratulating themselves on having se
cured for the attraction at the Grand
Opera for the coming week with two
matinees', America's greatest melo
drama, "Cuba's Vow," which will be
presented under still more favorable
circumstances than last year, when it
had such a wonderful run at the Star
Theatre, N. Y. The piece is staged
more handhomely with more realistic
effects. Fifty people are included in
the cast of this great production, and
the mechanical efforts, and the large
amount of scenery used include a
whole car load. It is filled with scenes
and situations that have pathos and
power, to move one alternately to
laughter and to tears. Songs and
amusing comedy are interpersed
throughout. "Cuba's Vow" is a play
4 of the times, one that will be popular
witn tneaire-goers long aicer opain is
humiliated and Caba is free.
The Management Sheele and Poor
To announce the reopening
of their MARKET, 21st and
L streets, northwest, where
their friends and patrons
may find a choice line of
Groceries and all kinds of
Fresh and Salt meats.
Give them a call.
and L Streets, northwest
-West-End Bargain House,
. Has opened with the most beautiful
line of millinery ever shown in the
. West End.
Also a full line of DRY GOODS,
Gents Furnishings and Notions.
Prices to suit all. Come and see.
West End Bargain
1039 20th Strtet, Northwest.
m Levy Is
No. 1001 U Street, Southwest.
Clothiers, Shoes, Hatters, and
Gents' Furnishers, Trunks, Velice,
Jewelry, and Merchant Tailoring.
Having purchase the entire Stock
of Shoes A. Minster, 495 Penn. Ave.,
we will offer to the Public $5 and $6
shoes to go at $2.50, $3 and $3.50 $2,
Branch Stores: 727 and 1021 4
JnUfl By Old Established House
itkiiUU rxi11 -Jiuc man, .guuu
learn our business then to act as Man
ager and St lie Correspondent here.
vuun.ii oiauuiiit;, vviuiiit; iu
! Salary $900. Enclose self-addressed
stamped enrlope to A. T. Elder,
General Mams: er. 189 Michigan Ave.
PRPP7 Solid cold plate sot -with a
a" fjifcfci Parislnn diamond, imnd
I "'" " name and address and ten
cents to cover postace. and we will
snd yon rlns and our 128 pago
jewelry ana novety catalogue.
XU!.cUuc C.. CO II 14 6U N. T. CUT
Your TRADE and to get it we are
offeri ng firstclass Groceries at the
very lowest possible prices.
All our goods' are Fresh and
We have a complete stock
of Groceries, Fresh and Salt
meats and all the choicest
brands of canned goods.
Give us a call and we will convince
you that you can get the best
value and most prompt attention
at our stores.
E. J. TVTLHOIT.E.
1802 34th St northwest.
Branch Store: 1209 H St. n. w.
Do you want fine produce ? If so go
to V. S. Moton who has been establish
ed since 1S66. Stands 199, 200 and
201 tenter Market. You can get all
you want in fresh vegetables-, and de
livered to all parts of the city.
- J"st.receiyed 50 dozen Men's gray
ribbed Spring Underwear, the equal
of any 50c. goods, they go for.... 29c.
Unlaundred white Shirts 25c
Men's Garters 5c
The Famous Monumental Dress
Shirts, beautiful new style, with de
tached cuffs 48c
The. "BEE HIVE,
Edward Kohner, Proprietor.
The only article ever manufactur
ed that actually takes the kink
out of the hair.
Will make the hair straight, soft,
pliable and beautiful. Nicely per
fumed. Guaranteed pure and
harmless. One bottle will con
vince the most doubtful that it will
do all we claim for it.
Manufactured only by
J Lee Medicant Company,
S. HELLER, 720 Seventh St. n. w
Washington, D. C.
Puilosophy of the Negro Suffrage-
By Jerome R. Rily, M. D,
Grand subject handle in a mas
terly manner. It speaks of to
day and concerns you.
Bound in cloth, gold lettering
$1. Sent to any address on
receipt the price,
W. H. DIXON, General Agent,
37 Liberty St.
W. B. Hoover, at
avenue northwest, is
1417 New York
where you can
The Boston Market, 1711-1713 Penfn
aenue n. w., is where you can satisfy,
nner man. Everything first-clas"
Fair View Drug Store,
Drugs, Medicines and all the
Staple Compounds. Full line of
all the best brands of Cigars.
Vim. R. Sfe0He, Hgp,
Corner R and 12th St., and
mont avenue, northwest.
When Others Fail Consult
The most able and successful spe
cialist in the treatment of all Nervous,
Chronicle and Private Diseases.
Write if you can not call. He has cured
many at their homes, whom he has
never seen, by his wonderful, perfect
ed system of Home Treatment. Let
ters kept strictly confidential and an
swered in any modern language. Has
completed outfit of modern appliance
X-Ray and electrical apparatus, en
ables him to succeed. Bv this mod
ern examination and analysis of the
urine he is able to state the correct
condition of your system. The treat
ment by the wonderful static machine
in Rheumatism, Neuralgia; Nervous
ness, Dyspepsia, Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, General Debility, Catarrh,
etc., has no equal to any other treat
ment. The Faradic electric treatment
for Muscular Rheumatism, Impotency
Loss of Vitality. The Galvano Elec
tricity for the treatment of Stricture.
Hemorrhoids, Prostatorrhea, Impo
tency, Night Losses and Diseases of
Women has proved the most satisfac
tory results. Most every case can be
treated simply by modern appliances,
without knife or bloody surgical oper
ation. Dr. S. A. Czarra.
619 Pa. ave., n. w. Washn gto
D. C. Two doors from Metropolitan
Hours from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Closed
Sundavs. Washington, D. C.
Formerly of 593 3rd street,
Has removed -to 2010 K northwest,
where he we will be glad to see his
old friends and the public in general
He treats all alike. Don't forget
2010 K street northwest.
Ladies fast black Hose with white
Reuaants of plaid worsted goods 3&C
300 large hemmed Pillow Cases 5c
2jyds. wide Unbleached Sheeting
I2jc a yard.
Children nobby Reefers gSc
Ladies Bleached Skirts 8or?
Black figured Satin Capes $i,gSc
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
If so drop a postal to
The Elastic Waterproof Paint Co,
And we will call and examine
your roof. We charge only for
painting, stops all leaks free, n
roof is too bad for us to make
All work guaranteed .Best
Elastic Waterprnof Paint Company.
16 L Street northwe .
s; s sdg im
Bladensbutg Road, near
SPAR SPRING. Headquarters
for Bicyclists and clubs. Meals
at all houri.
Ladies and gentlemen
served in first class style
and j- Proprietors.
FRED A. DYSON, -)
Want to move and move in
a RUSH, go to
fereopqe. If; YrjoirjGrs,
STo.l747L3t. 11. w.
J orvrjsoi) ) iSarrjorjelSj
Dry Goods and Notions.
1930 Pa avenue, northwea
Special low prices in Blankets,.
Comforts, Dress Goods &c.
Ladies and Gents Furnishing goods.
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Bee. It can be purchased from nj
of the following agents :
Hillsdale Dr. Gails Drug Btoro.
West Washington James L,
Turner, 3,000 M street.
Wm. Tongue, 501 D street.
George N. Butler, 1104 20th st.
Koonce, Odd Fellows Hall, 16th
and M streets.
S. J. Beckley, 2519 M street.
L. H. Harris' Drug Store, Thir
and F streets s. w.
While in South Washingion don't
fail to call in and see Edward Fl ynn o
Harmony lodge, K. P. He is a great
boy and will entertain you well.
fk BURNSTIHE LOAN OFFICE,
Gold and silver watches, diamonds,
jewelry, pistols, guns, mechanical
tools, ladies and gentlemen's wearing
Old gold and silver bought.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
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