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SATURDAY, JUKE 19, 1886.
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tions at their houses for the collector, and
thus save annoyance alike to patron and
Mrs. E. V. Faiker has taken a
The little boy of Mr. Jack Sheppard
has greatly improved. The little
ieilow had a narro.v escape.
Hon. 13. K. Bruce, arrived in
the city Tuesday from a lecturing
tour. He is looking well.
There is a letter at this office
for Mr. G-eo. W. Willimas, the col
Mrs. Georgia A. Brile has left
for Clrcago, III. She will not re
turn until September.
Mr. J. C. Asbury, of Norfalk, Va.,
wns in the city his week on a
FOUND Anytime, Ice Cream
of the finest quality at John A.
Gray, Jr's. Ice Cream parlors,
H12 17th st., n. w.
Wm, H. McKinsly, of S. C, was
suspended by the Public Printer
on account of having a fuss with
the Watchmau John Hyman.
Rev. Thomas A. Attles, of Co
lumbiu, S. C, will be married to
Miss Catherine B: Dot of the
same place Wednesday Morning
June 30th. - &
Recorder Fred. D luglass . was
slightly injured We Inesduy by his
hor?e runing away and throwing
him out of the buggy. A sm ill b y
was ruu over and badly hurt.
Ruben S Smith, eq. of Flordia,
has been notified 'hat his services
will be no longer required after the
last of this month. Mr. Smith, is
one of the most efficiant colored
clerks in the 2nd auditor office.
The Arthur Social Club will
give their first picnic of the season
at Vanness Park Tuesday June 22
This popuior club always drows a
crowd. Admission 25 cts. Music by
There will be adedicatoy services
in the Church of Our Redeem
er tomorrow evening at 7:30
o'clock, all are invited. Rev. D.E.
This Church was recently organ
ized by Rev. Wiseman and from
all reports it is fast increaseing.
The Sabbath School numbers
about 200 and the church mem
ber ship is good.
The picnic of the Capital city
guard at Vanuess Tuesday was
largely attended. There' were
about 1000 people preseut. Prizes
for selling the highest number of
tickets were awarded as follows:
1st prize, Lieut. Col. T. S. Kelly, a
pair of officers appelets ; 2nd prize,
j-'apt. James A. Perry, a regulation
belt; 3rd prize, Mrs. Sarah Robin
sou a set of china; 4th and 5th
prizes, uniforms, to Henry Bodson
and Jesse Roy.
Rural Xaii;y. -
Milk served by Retail and Wholesale.
The brst country niiik in thechv.
Waltrr S. Wi 11 orn, proprietor 1837 It st,
DON'T WANT IT.
Spare u-. We a e fiotan apiiant
for any offi. e beneith the $qin. We
shall vote for Mr. jSinimons, if he
wants ' the pres: dney. ifyecnatt.
by the Indies' Auxiliary club to
aid the Knights nf St. Augustine,
No. 1 iu making their trip to Cin
cinnati Ohio, at Beyer's P.rk, 7th
and Boundary sts.. n. w., Tuesday
June 22nd. Admission 25 cents
THE JUNIOJEfc EXCELSIORS.
The excursion of the Junior Ex
celsiors to Mt. "Vernon Springs,
July 2d, bids fair to be a grand
success. The committee of ar
rangements will do all in its p w
er to have every thing in first
class order. Round trip tickets
only 50 cts., children undei ten
We don't want the pity of any
one, trom the fact we are not pau
pers on Ihe community. We work
hard for what we get, and pay our
debts as far as we are able.. It we
orveauy man anything we will
pay him when we get the money,
f they have no respect for us and
our etforts, it' they have no money
to help us, theu pass us by and
keep very q.uie. Small's Broad
Mrs. Delia Howard, Willisville,
Va., is prepared to receive Sum
mer Boarders. Scenery and health
fulness unsurpassed. Miueral wa
ter, fine table, pure milk and
cream. Terms reasonable. For
terms apply to Mrs Delia Howard
Welbouru Tost office, Loudon Co.
A VALUABLE GIFT.
Mr. J. S. Coolidge,one of the m st
enterprising business men in the
city, has many friends and admi
re, 8. A gentleman friend .f his,
who is now in Brazil, sent bin, a
few days ago, a valuable gld
chain weighing 36 pennyweights.
The chain is highly ornamented
and beautifully c irved. On oue side
the name of Mr. Coulidge is en
graved. It is unique and i.ot many
chains of the kind are seen in this
section of tl e country. The giver
was Mr. Carl Earl
DRESS REFORM FOR LADIES
Our New Book, just out, enti
tled, 'Dress Heform for Ladies,"
with elegant wood eugraving and
Biography of Worth, the King
of Fashion, 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
Spinal Supporting Corsets. No
experience required. Four orders
per day give the Agent $150
monthly. Our Agents report trom
four to twenty sales daily. Send
at once for terms and full particu
lara. $3.00 outfit free
Lewis Sclnele & Co., 390 Broad
way, New York.
L:ncoln Loudon, County Va., June
To the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Washington city. I take pleas
ure in informing you that Mrs.
S. J. Murry, living iu the village
of Lincoln is now prepared to take
boarders Any person desirng to
spend a few mouths in the country,
will find it to their interest to visit
this village. Pure water, a lovely
yarddbr cruquetpiawng. 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 Va.
Hartford Coun., June 16.
This week has been one of great
interest. A great variety of
things have taken place, among
them was the concert and straw
berry festival given bv Mr. Lot
Freeniau, which was a success.
The ladies of the Worcester St.
church, gave a strawberry iestival
and a concert, these ladies deserve
great credit for the work they are
engaged in; they are eudeavoring
to buy a church of tn ir own and
success seems to crowu their ef
forts so, far. This chuich is made
up of some of our best people.
Many of them are from different
parts of the south and the city of
Washington is well "represented.
Tneir pastor, Rev. Harris is a very
N. E. SEDGWICK, Agent and Reporter, 1315
The pien'c given by the trus
tees of Ebenezer A M. E. church
on Thursday evening last was a"
grand affair Jboth socially and
financially. Great credit is due
Mr. Cruso Lenior who was the
chairman of the committee. The
successful competitors for the
prizes were, Miss Eitella Johnson,
handsome gold wa'ch; Mr. J Dav
enport, gold headed cane; Mr.
Tilghman, handsome bed set.
The grand Rallv at Mt. Z on M.
E. church on Sunday last was not
successful as anticipated onlv
$385,00 was realized. Addre-ses
were delivered by Mr. R. D. Ruf
fin aud others.
The coucert given on Monday
and Tuesday evenings last by the
Ebem z ir A. M. E. Sabbath school
was without a doubt the finest
ever given by that" school. The
success ot the con:ert is due their
energi t:c corps of supervisors.
The famous choristers Butler
Bros,Supt. H. W. Hewhtt and
Dr. C. B. Cruso. Tne most at
tractive feiture of the entertain
ment was the grand drill of 12
young Misses under the command
of Capt. Geo. Beason, Lieut. C.
Fan troy, orderly Sergt,, thos,
H ddles aud Ser.i;t. Julius Wheel
er. Mnsic by Mr. F. Jones was
as usual grand. The amount re
alized was 67,75,
Rev. C. W. Cole of Wilber,
force, Ohio, has been appoin!ed by
the A. M. E. Conference, pastor of
Zion Union A. M. E. Mission.
A number of our young gentle
men left Thursday aud Friday
for the Springs.
OUR INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
THE LADIES HARD AT W HtK.
For more than two ears an or
gauization known as the Industri
al Institute has been doing a g o 1
work in this city by securing
means and affording opportunities
for needy b.ys and girls to learn
something ot practical every day
work. From a small beginning
the ladies of this organization
have peisisted in their efforts, un
til tLey now maintain a sewing
school at Lincoln Mission, cor. 11
and R sfc3., and one at Shiluh hall
on L st; tl.ey also support a ciass
of girls at tne school of Cookery
on H st. and a class of b ys m the
Industrial Department at Howard
U iversity. They have been large
ly dependent upon their own ef
torts tor the means nev-e say to
do this work. Though a few
friends have contributed quite
generously. Hon. Fred. Douglass
re eutly gave $10., Mr. J Osborne
liunttr lu.s sent contribu ions,
while others have expressed a
warm interest iu the work. Mm.
B, K Bruce is president of the
organization, Mrs. J..hn F. C ok,
treasurer, aud other well known
ladi s ure among the officers. A
bazaar on quite an ex ensive plan
is pr p Btd fur ihe conrng fall, as
the ladies are anxious to extend
ihe rcope of their n ork. The clos
ing exercises of the sewing schojl
at Siiiloh liall will Occur next Tues
day June 22d fiom 6 to 9 p. m.
A wiek later the tchool situated
at Lincoln xMiss;on will hold its
One of the many jovial meu in
this city is Jerry Robinson, at 907
11th st. ii. w. Jerry keeps a first
Ciass place where ladies and gen
tlernm need no' have any hesitan
cy in going. Jerry has two pet
owls, and he says that he can make
these owls, if not talk, think of the
devils' prayer. Wh4 that prayer
is no one knows but Jerrv and his
owls. Thtse owls are fed on
spring chicken, and they can de
stroy more spring chickens in five
minutes than Jerry can spit out
yarn 8 concerning them. A few
minutes talk with Jerry will con
vince the most profound hypocrite
that Jerrydoesn't belong to church
and that hiB owls know as much
of the hereafter as he does. A few
days ago, Jen y said to a Bee scribe
that he had just re eived a dia
mond pin from his sweet heart,
and before he explained about the
pin he cried out "I bet any man
five dollars that my owls are im
ported," but before he was taken
up, three well dressed ladies en
tered his saloon parlors up stairs
and called for three plates of Fus
sell's cream. Before he had put
the cream on the table he com
menced to explain to them the his
tory of his owls, just as nne of the
ludies was about to show him a
c.ird of a man talked to death,
several Lentlemen down stairs gt
into a discussion about those owls
which attracted his atrention, who
excused himself and was soon
found in their midst and to pre
vent Jerry from telling any more
yarns about the owls, they all
culled for mint julip3 soft shell and
deviled crabs. Go and see the
owls at Jerry's Place, 907 11 at.,
CLARA TO LOUISE.
The most important event oftue
week has been the presidents' state
reception-. Indeed, it was one of
the largest in the history ot recep
tions .at the Executive Mansion.
Mrs. Cleveland Was the very pict
ure of beauty. The ladies who as
sited were handsomely attired iu
dresses very becoming to them. A
list ot names of members of the
ORPHEUS GLEE CLUB
has been handed tome by the man
aging editor. I would rather had
you to have finished your comment
on this affair, as the Household is
very anxious to know all of the
particulars. Perhaps I am in pos
session of certain facts that may be
interesting to you and those who
desire to see the success of the or
ganization. I take this view ot the
matter, which is quite similar to
yours. The original OrpheuGlee
club disbanded, after the officers
had wiihdrawn or left the club.
Nore-organiz.ition was affected, un
til it was rumored that there was
to be organized an Orpheus Musi
cal and Social club; then several
gentlemen who were connected with
the old Orpheus Glee club perfect
ed a re organization, by electing
Messrs J. T. Lnytou, president,
C. A. Beal, vice pres., A. K. Brodie,
Secty., J. C. Nalle, Treas., aud W.
A. Stewart, Liberiau. A circular
was issued by these gentlemen and
sent to the honorary members who
were previously connected with
the original Orpheus Glee club, re
questing them to state, whether
their uames were used by the Or- j
pheus Musical club with their au
thority or whether they were still
members of the original Orpheus.
This circular has made several of
the honorary members angry who
say that they have a right to belong
to as many social aud musical clubs
as they ft el disposed, and call their
circular impudent. The same gentle
men who are honorary members of
the Orpheus Musical club belong
j to the orignal Orpheus also. I have
beeu informed that several gt ntle-
mon, who are honorary members of
the original Orpheus, whose names
appear on the list before me, say
that they are no longer honorary
members of the original Orpheus.
Their excursiou will take place in
September aud there is no doubt
of a success. The excursion of the
Orpheus Social and Musical club
will take place next Friday. You
better be at the boat in time, as it
will be the largest -and most select
excursion that has ever been given
for the benefit of the home circle.
Let me hear from you soon.
THE CATERES' FETE.
HOTEL NEWS, GOSSIP, JbC.
(From our special correspondent.)
Philadelphia, "J uue 16.
The Caterers' fete last week
did not come up to the general
expectation, but the email number
that wtre presei t enjoyed it.
The com bin at o i excursion, giv
en by the Cherry Siree St. Thorn
as and others, was extrem ly large.
There was at le st 1500 at the falls
and all enjnyi-d the day hugely.
Mr. Charles Barton of the Lata
yette bee mie very much infatuated
with one of the fair ones and at
one time he assumed an attitude,
that made him look like a stauie.
The charm was so givat, that
presented itself before him that he
was immovable. Be careful Cnar
The Mansion House at Maunch
Chunk opened on she 9th ind al
least 300 guests regis er.id. Mr.
Perry Wi'son, heid waitir and
Mr. Dubois his second, did the
honors of the day, Mr. Dub is
brought many relics fiom Mount
Messrs Jeffreys, Prater and
Hrown left for Capo M ly Tuesday
to prepare the Stockton tor the
Mr. Hen rv Nichols formerly ot
ihe Beureau of Engraving and
Printing in vour city, holds quik
a lucrative position in the office of
the Peun. R. R. He has an in
teiesting -wife and Junior ''Nich
ols" to cheer, him in liis quiet
Those who are cmneced with
rhe Hotel Fiaternity are leaving
the ciiy rapidly- for the various
watering places. Jesse Slade ie
iioldingforth at the Lafayette and
bid 8 fair to prosper.
Mr. Harry Counsellor of the
private waiters' uniou left toi
Boston Tuesday. .
Miss Laura Lewis, the daughter!
of Mr. Eugene Lewis, the tailor of
your city, leaves for Washington
in a few days on a visit to her pa
rents. Miss Lewis is quite a tine
lady and is thought very highly
of by all who are acquainted with
her and I know she will be sadly
missed by her many associates
who will rejoice on her return to
this city in the tall.
Mr. Andrew Stevens takes charge
of the dining department of the
Stockton this season.
The old volunteer Fire Depart
ment of Philadelphia gave an ex
cursion Tuesday to Atlantic Ci'y
They presented a fine appear
ance jvith apia-atu, upon the
priucipil streets leading to the fer
ry. Mr. John Wright of the A
mericau goes to the Grand Uniou
at Saratoga this season. He is a
member of ihe Broiherhood and 1
trust he w 11 d some go d work
among the hallmen and waiters in
preaching the Brotherh )od and its
Mr. Albert Bettcncourt's Hotel
is frequented by a vast number of
hotel men He has made some
very fine improvement at his
house and many that go are well
Bio E ST. N, W.
J (O) (0)
O.ie of the most Popular resorts
in the city. Kept by reliable per
sons who are at all times accom
modating aud respectfully solicits
the patronage OF THE PUBLIC.
II IS FIRST CLASS.
Billiards & Poo! the prin
All brands of WHsTSS, LIQ
UORS, CIGARS, &c. always on
There are three UNFURNISH
ED ROOmS to let for geutlemau
only Call and inspect the place.
1219 E ST. H.W: NO. 1219.
FOR SALE An excellent 7
octavo rosewood case PIANO for
only $100 cash- Also a piano for
ient for only 10 per quarter.
Inquire of Mrs Thompson 521
11th street n. w.
MOST'WDNDERFUL BAHGA! N
BEAUTIFUL DRY GOODS,
Lawns, Gingham?, Seersuckers,
Prints, Ponzu, Nuns Veiling, Al
hatross cloth, Cashmeres, Silks,
&c. &c, at a sacrifice Ladies ami
Gents Collars and Cuffs, Hand
kerchiefs, Underwear &c., at man
ufacturers price. 10 1-4 sheeting,
15 3-4 cent; corsets, 25 cents;
Umbiella8, Parasols, Hosiery and
Gloves at cost Immense Bargains
in all departments.
Broadhead and Co.
907 F S., N. W. (Masonic Tem
ple.) PIANO LESSONS TAUGHT.
Persons desiring instructions on
the Piano can avail themselves of
the opportunity at Mrs. Matthews,
1007 21st st., if. w. by the professor
Tuesdays .and Fridays. Terms
OFFICE 407 L'ENTH STKEE'C N. V
WASHINGTON, ;D. C,
All persons desiring help, skilled or com
mon labor, can be furnised promptly. In num
bers to suit, by making apnlicatlon by mail
or at the office of the Compauy.
A specialty is made in supplying labor to
Railroad Companies, Contractors, Farm
DOMESTIC HELP FOR FVMHJEs;
All persons, male or fim lie, rtesirinj
work should register their nam-, achlres?,
and kind of TnpIoymnt desired tn Hi?- of
fice. For further particular? addre 6
NATIONAL BMPLOlNLhiS i C( ,
407 Truth St , H rtr.vi. S',
H. PKICB WILLIAMS, M i , ,oU-
ful Electric Corsets.
llforftk. quick gales. Territory ciyen.
83rSaUsfaction jrnaranteed. Address
SattitiIa f rpi
Sample free to tnose becom ing agents.
DR. SCOTT, 842 Broadway, NEW YORK
JERRY ROBINSON, Prop.
DO1? lltlx St., :. w.
Haviug secured one of the finest
business localities in the city for
the accommodation of my friends
and 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, liame, vvines and all
kinds of refreshments of the season.
Thepioprietor desires to say fur
thur that he has polite and accom
modating waiters aud one of the
best houses in the city. This is the
place where ladies and gentlemen
only can be waited on and for that
and other reasons, I respectfully
ask yonr patronage.
FUSSELLS' ICE EHEW 111 EUE5 II FIIE
Style, served in large dinning rooms
Give me a call it is first class in ev
907 lltlx Stf xi, w.
30 N. Calvert Sr., Baltimore, Md.;
Will practice in all the courts ot the
city of Baltimore, and the supreme
court ot the District of Columbia
Civil aud Criminal cases conduct
ed ; collections made. Legal docu
ments drawn and careful attention
given to actions in both the Law &
Equity courts. Washington com
munications left at the office of the
uBee" will receive immediate atten
tion. Jet ent or $$ e .
pROPBRTY FOR SALE.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Improved and Unimproved
CASH PAYMENTS OR MONTH'
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS
from $200 to $10,000
iON SHORT NOTICE.
F. X. RUPFO
REAl ESTATE BROKER,
1005 F. Street Northwest.
- i . ., ,,,
Houses for rent and rents collec
ted. Orders received for. wall pap
ering on reasonable terms. Money
to loan on real estate.
W. A. Stewart, 10th and F Sts., N.
FOR RENT A hanasome fur
nished room in a fist class fami
ly, either front or back. No. 226,
D st. S. W.
A gentleman and his wile can ob
tain board and lodging at 1922 12th
St., n. w.
OPEN & CLOSE CARRIAGES
1422 Boundary, Steeet.
There are two very fine
furnished rooms for rent at 2028,
13th st. n. w. with all modern im
provements. Call and see them
KNIGHTS of St. A UGUST1NE
Will give a grand Excursion to Cincin
natti O, Via. B & O K. R. Friday JUNE
25th, "86, to take part in a Grand Union
Celebration of the UNIFORMED CATH
OLIC KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN on the
27th. For tickets and information, in
quire of Transformation ComraittPH: G.
Coakley, 1606 Cochran St., J. H Fleth
er, District commissioners' office; J. If.
Ohase. 223 1st, St. n. w. L. J. Herbert,
Davis Drug store, 17th and E St. n. w.
Round trip tickets good for 10 days
from the 20th.
of all Sizes.
Write for Circular and tell us -what you want.
B. IV. VAYSK & SO.VS, Drawer 1003,
Elmlra, N. Y.
Or onr New York Office.
Eastern Agenta. Hitx. Ciakke & Co.. Boston. Maaa.
Our jiatented Vertical Boiler -will net prime. No
danger of burning flues.
PLAID SHAWL GIVEN AWAY!
Through the failure of a large maim
facturer of Cashmere Pattern "Frinco
Shawls, there has come into our hands
a large consignment of Plaid
Shawls, perfect goods, which we
propose to present to the ladies in
thefollowingrnanner: Send us 35
cen" for 8 nM. subscription to
Farat aad iIeiteaM a large
S3 page illustrated paper.devoted
to Farm and Household topics.
Stories and general miscellany,
land we will send you one of these
brastlfal iknb FKZK by mail
and 5 subscriptions to one address for
J1.00. Satisfaction guaranteed
Dostoaid.orwa will send shawls
or money reiunaea. Aaaress
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