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THE GAY SEASHORE
i Swim -The Summer Lyceum
-Pertinent Paragraphs
v iinij
Oea i ny Md Special The grand
ntetriprod bv Mr and Mrs Rob-
hj3 last Tuesday night at the hotel
1eaii Wave was remarkably brilliant
many pleaamg and fascinating cob-
anie WCIU uiu uu piuuuucu uiuoi
pleasant effect The drawing rooms
ffere uu quoly decorated showing un
limited anticipation The elite of Ocean
pity bore mucn prommen3e ana were
mindful of the fact that an evenings
gathering of ten reveals pleasures hither
to unknown Light hearted terpersi
chore was on nana ana mspirea cne
fi0ul of nearly every one giving ample
satisfaction to all A few who enjoyed
the diBtiuction of the ocoasion were
Misses Bolman Porter Hamlin Pitts
B bbius Messrs Hedge Stokes Hon
ejwell White and Hamilton
Much appreciation was shown the
paper read by -Mr Thomas Clayton a
ew Monday eenings ago before the
Ocean City Lyceum Mr Clayton chose
as iiis subject Industrial Education
for the Negro The paper was fol
iwed by a long and pointed discussion
The following gentlemen participated
C H Stokes J L Honeywell W
Whie Cyrus St Clair Rjbert Greene
and J Lewis Messrs Carter and Coop
er are f killed in surf riding They are
atheletes and produce an effective dis
play to the eye Misa Hamlin the pop
ular hair drebser of Washington is
quietly estimating here She speakB in
the highest terms of Ocean City Mr
Frank Fen wick steward of the Atlan
tic Hotel is a young man of untiring
energy The excellent ouisine of the
above named house is due to his pro
friency and excellent management
Mr Cyrus St Clair visited Cambridge
this week his mission was purely a
business one
Mr Fred Hedge of the poBt office- of
the House of Representatives left here
aturday morning for an extensive trip
Weet MrHedgewasa guest at the hotel
0 eau Wave during his sojourn The
Misses Walters of Salisbury Md ar
rived here Wednesday afternoon
Musical and literary attainments have
already won for them a warm spot in
the bosoms of their newly collected
friends Sir Robert W Greene our
popular mandolinlst gave quite an in
teresting musicale before the guests of
o em Wave Hotel last Friday evoning
to further complete his course Mr
Greene will attend the Conservatory of
Misc in Xew York next winter Mr
LI id Stewart eeems to be living the
life of a milliouare hie recent effort
organize a swell club is meeting with
favorable notice Mr Stewart as presi
deut would just be the the thing Mas
ter Jboiuas Taylor the little son ot
Mr William Taylor chef of the Atlan
tic Hotel is spending the summer here
wh bis faiher A delightful yachting
party were the recipients of a lovely
sail twelve mile3 down Fine Tuxet Bay
Monday night The trip consumed
fuiy three hours Those who took part
iu tue outing were the Misses Alice
Career Maude Swann and Mrs Emma
Williams Mes3ra WelbyGnder Alon
za Mitchell Ernest Hell Arthur Chew
and George Comtorfc Earl
Oathe Kansas has a population of
Vi 700 of whioh are colored It is
ai there is no town in the state in
Proportion to its size that ha3 as many
NSro taxpayers as this enterprising
plsce
rai mom mssmam wiBBmsm
A VETERAN GORE
Isaao Hamilton the Union Veteran
soldier who died at the Emergency
Hospital juab after undergoing the
painful operation of having his right
leg amputated a little below the knee
was buried at Arlington from the
Lincoln Memorial Congregational
ohurch last Monday Rev Dr A P
Miller the pastor officiating assisted
by Rev T M Nixon pastor of the
Peoples church Remaiks of tribute to
the memory of the deceased were made
by Commander Wells and Chaplain
Welsh of the O P M o rton Post G A
R of which their dead comrade was a
member A dirge was sung by Miss
Mary Pollen A pillow of flowers was
given by Mr and Mrs R 8 Smith a
wreath by the Government Printing Of
fice employes in the engine room
where the deceased was employed and
a Aural piece by MrB Hill
Won Out Against a Brilliant Parade
Speaking of Booker T Washingtons
felicitous address before Bethel Literary
and Historical Association here a shoit
time ago a correspondent of the Hunt
ington W Va Spokesman made the
following comment all of which and
more is true
The greatest feature in his visit here
was the intense Interest whioh his race
displayed toward him Regardless of
the Mystic Bhrmers who were visiting
the ony and a large parade with bril
liant fiteworks which took place the
evening of his address fully 8000 of
Washingtons progressive colored and
white society turned out to greet the
professor and to do him homage Mr
Washington may well be called aleader
who hsB not only talked but has placed
bis views into aotual worKs
A Lively Discussion
A paper read by Mr Rozier Bowman
Ph D last Sunday afternoon to the
Musical Association of John Wesley
ehurch Connecticut ave between L
and M streets raised a fire of criticism
between Rev B J Bolding negative
and Prof T N Dixon who was in
favor of the paper The musieal was
oomploely turned into a lyceum Out
of the discussion rose the pastors text
for next Sunday August 5 at 11 a m
All who are interested in the race sub
jeot will hear a very favorable termon
The text will be taken from the follow
ing words The fool has said in hi8
heart there is no God
Mrs Murrays Comparison
Many complimentary echoes are still
coming up from the able speech deliv
ered not long ago at the Des Moines
Iowa MGthers Congress by Mrs
Anna J Murray of this city
In stating her case Mrs Murray said
among other things
UI regard the present influence of
the church upon the colored race ss a
hindrance to its advancement because
of the ignorance of many of the colored
preachers The colored nopie have
spent of their own means 37000 000 for
the church and only 10000000 for ed
ucatiou
She strongly pictured the kindergar
ten as the starting point of all proper
education
Prominent Colored Hen
Agents wanted to sell One Hundred
Distinguished Leaders a beautiful
book containing one hundred portrai s
and sketches of the leading colored
men in the United States Piice 25
cents per oopy Send Btamos or post
office money order to
Charles Alexander
Tuskegee Institute
Tuskegee Ale
WM-
SUMMER RESORTS-
HOTEL
WOODUWN
TERRACE
Lawnside NJ
This Hotel is situated on an elevation whioh furnishes one with a magnifi
cent view for tea miles At the base of whieh is a wide sheet f water giving
ample opportunity to those fond of sailing or fishing
WOODLAWN TERRACE
is on the Whitehorse Pike seven miles from Camden 25 trains stop at Lawn
side daily The service at the Hotel is strictly first olass The Bad Rooms are
large and airy with all modern conveniences The Hotel is three stories high
85 feet front and a surrounded with a beautiful lawn and wide gravel walks
For terms addroes MRS CHA8 SMITH Snow Hill KJ
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Will open Friday Jane 1 1900
SUMMER RESORTS
ATLANTIC CITY
FITZGERALDS
AUDITORIUM
Open all the year Suitable for oonvonU oao
receptions ball conoprta and theatrical
entertainments Oholco wlnea Honors and
clears Attached the finest billiard room 1b
tbe city The Auditorium Cafe attached is
strictly first class Special attention given
collation parties weddings receptions etc
13 G Fitzgerald proprietor 30 and S3 Forth
Kentucky avenue Atlaatlo City S J
THE
NEW HOTJSH
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DBBITY COTTAGE
81 N Ohio Ave Atlantic City N J
Excellaany intbaolty Ml modern im
provements Two squares from tbe Beading
Railroad depot Two squares irom the
beach I kindly thank my old as wall as new
patrons tor their liberal patronage and hope
for a continuance or the same Mrs J
Deblty proprietress
THE HUB HOTEL
GHOIOE WINES
IiIQTTOBB
AND CIGARS
J O SMALLWOOD
Proprietor
15 N Illinois Ave Atlantlo City N J
MANHATTAN INN
17 NOBTH MICHIGAN AVENUE
ATLANTIC CITY N J
THOMAS COLE
Proprietor
Choice wines Liquors and Cigars
CHOICE WINES LIQUOB3 AND CIGARS
HAKRIS HOTEL
GEORGE H HARRIS PROPRIETOR
1189 Baltio Avenue
Atlantic City N J
Meals Served at all Hours
HOIEL HENDERSON 120 N Itls
siBBlppi ave Atlantic City N J two
squares from Reading depot three
minutes walk to Bathing Beach Spec
ial rates for families and permanent
boarders The hotel has been newly
papered and has S3 neatly fitted up
sleeping rooms Terms moderate Eu
ropean and American plan
Henderson and Murray props
ALEXANDRIA VA
S THE ELITE 624 8 Washington
street Alexandria Va Ice croam ooa
feotionery soda water and milk shakes
all flayexs Lunohea and sandwlekss
Cool exclusive up to date The only
first class pleasure resort in the city
When in Alexandria eall on us Opens
May 15th W F Hammond pro
prietor
OATLETr8 VA
nirrwTTH va HnmmBT Boarders Par
ties desiring first olass accomodations lor the
summer season will find it to their
taee to SDend their vacation ai uaneivs
qulsr connty Va Kortyeight mllw from
this city there are three accommodation
trains to the city per day The house Is
situated about mile above the village
BardmrnUhedior 81200 per saonth 8400
per week or 75 cents ptr day Healthy cli
mate excellent dobtu ami wlLue
rooms Apply with stamp to Mrs ium
Gaire Cation rauquwr uo i v
HOTEL SHEPHARDS HILL
Open for the Season on Jane 1st Beauti
fully situated near tbe Potomac River on St
Patrickss Creek Cool Rooms fiathiny
Boating Fishing and Crabbing For terms
address Wm D Bond Cottons Point St
Marys County Maryland
CAMBRIDGE MD
Mrs Gyms St Clair has concluded to
open her lovely private residence to
boarders for the summer at Cambridge
Md Persons desiring further informa
tion can address Mrs Cyrus Bt Clair
Cambridge Md Terms reasonable
WASTED HBLP
WANrEDA colored plumber Eb
quire at this office
WANTED An active young sum m
collector Must be wen nequainte
with the city Married man preferred
WANTED Young women about 20
some knowledge of dressmaking good
home and wages Address -Mrs I Wil
liams 2G2 W 40th street New Yorfc
Oily
An energetic colors d woman wh na
derstands canvassing oan seeare
manent employment with goo pay b
addressing ilenevoianoe ears 459
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SPECIAL
SSTTo those who will speed their
vacation in the Bast CBoatonl Ac
commodations as good and comvenient
as any In the city can be found at the
home pf the Y S E A A 478 Shaw
mut Ave where you have free acoesB
to a fine reading room with a library of
Afro American literature and race
journals from all parts of the country
where you can find your own home
paper No plaoe plaoe like it In New
England
Wanted a caseof bad health that B-I-PANS will
not benefit One gives relief No matter whats
tho matter one will do you good A cure will re
sult If directions are followed They banish pain
Induce sleep prolong life Sold at all drug stores
ten for Ave cents Bo sure to get the genuine
Dont be fooled by substitutes Ten samples and a
thousand testimonials will be mailed to any ad
dress for Ave cents forwarded to the Itlpans
Chemical Company No 10 Spruce SC New York
Karl Xander
DEALER IS
Fine Wines and Liquors
Importer Rectifier and Whofe
sale Agent for Boatharn
Bouquet WhisKey
530 32 Seventh Street Northwest
Washington D C
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