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Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY," FEBRUARY 21, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 89 LOUISE TO CLARA. Dear Clara: Your loving epistlo was read with a great deal of pleasure, and there was but one conclusion to which I could come. You should have been a teacher and then you could appreciate theupsand downs of a school mam. JK The temperance meeting at the loth St. Presbyterian church on last S.ibbath evening was largely attended. The singing under the direction of our genial trieud R. V. Tompkins was excellent. 1 was agreeably surprised as well as highly entertained. Our genial Robert is to be complimented on his tine siugingand excellent choir. Mr. Willie Cook is mite an acquis tion to the choir and if our enter prising frieud continues be will have the best choir in the city. The Reformers held services in the Cadets Armory all day Sunday. 1 visited the singing services in the afternoon and was very much pleas etl I assure- jou. Yes I quite agree with you, rela tive to tne duties of the drawing teachers in the public schools, lu teterring to the trustees who should Iook into the matter I suppose you intended to uame Mr. Bruce and not Prof. Gregorv. The latter is not in either the 7th or Sth divis ion. 1 am confident that trustees KriifH iiiul Cornish will remedy the matter and do all in their power to compel the drawing teachers to do what they were employed to do. V There has been a great deal said about ladies in stores. A woman in a stoie should be as lefmed as thoe who have cultivated polite society. It is us important for a laiiy to be just as refined behind the counter as it is for her to culti Xm ir-aaaaaaafaaaaaaaULaaaaaaaaCiBir This an art that the young ladies of color should learn, u me avsu lies of lddustry were opeu to our colored girls just the same as they are to white girls il know more ot them would embrace tne opportuni ty to seek employment. It is no use to sav tha our girls will uot work in stores, I know to the con trary. All they want is an oppor tunity. babbath afternoon lyceums are becoming veiy popular. I am sure a great deal can be learned at these meetings U tliey are rigouy commu ted. They certainly keep our boys and girls 'out of the stfeet. No one eujovs a good paper more than i do. Tam glad to know that our churches are doing everything to encourage these meetings- I am glad to know that you are able to be out again. You have no idea how the household missed you. You are aware that tne ioss 01 a. companion is a calamity and know ing "how jou suffered, 1 could do uothiug but sympathize with you. There is nothing more disgusting than to see a young laiiy in a chinch choir conducting a flirta- i i.,.v noticed on several IIIFII. .-.. oncMsio s vouug ladies in church choirs Hilling with young men in the ootigieg.it ion. Such was the case a lew Sabbat hs ago. i sii.in not nam- her to the household this week, but, shall if it occurs again. Until jou see me believe me to be Youis lovingly, Louise. is spent in New York for the pur pose of attending the opera and theatres, of which both husband and wife are equally fond, and occasional visits aio paid else where. Mrs. Barnum possesses to an un usual degree a liking for society and eutertauiing which makes of inr tho most, ltllf hUlll Ol I108iess- es. Her dinners are models, the easy grace and cordial hospitality of their hostess adding much to their enjoyment. Herself a bril liant conversationalist she attracts in turn, people of unusual intellect and brilliauuy, and., her most hon ored guests are apt to be either lit eral v or musical people, as these she finds more especially congenial. ror airs, is.iruum, iuouimi ihuuusl ly confssiug only to a great liking for music, is a musician of some skill, and though uo persuasion has as yet induced her to write over her own name, she is au able and tluent writer. She proves a most valuable and efficient aid to her husband in his numerous charitibS, such assistance as she renders be always given anonymously or under cover of Mr. B irnuui's uame.-The Ladies Home Journal. The Bee is the people's paper- You should smoke Uncle Bob Browns 5 cent cigar. Bob is a jvdly good fellow. Hall plays between the acts. Did you hear the news? The next convention will bo representatives. Mitchell will be elected president of the Press Association. The committee on arrangement - will meet at the Bee oflue Satur day at noun. WELCOME DAILY. WHAT WEST VIRGINIA SAYS OF HIM. Budd presided at the organ. The club has a flourishing Sunday School with about 100 pupils with Mr. Win. H. Johnson as Supt. There were fully S00 people pres ent in the .nnrniiif niitl in t.hi lev elling standing room was at a premium. AW WJfPRECEDENTD tfltim 'K TUEY SAY J-. -S3 ow -" VOU Why should yon despair? Be honest in all things. PrntPi't vonr neighbor as would yourself. When he treats you as human and not as a slave. Pieces? should am'nd all honest TTw l'1"!" P .,, Never desert a true irieim. THE WIFE OF THE GREAT SHOWMAN. It is dangerous to throw aside those who have protected you in the hour of adversity. It is the brave aud honest man who wins the prize. The man who shows his teeth is uutrulhfi'1 well as dangerous. Be brave when you are in the right. Never play the coward when you know that you are right. Some men would like to become great but they don't know how. Great men do small things some times. It is the demagogue that must be watched. S)ine men think that they can lie to their friends and cover up their tracks. Liars cannot succeed under any mioumstances. Always be on the watch. Daniel Stilyard is a politician. Tho Emancipation celebration will be a grand success. This will bo the last parade. No more parades alter this one. Be wise and not foolish. Cdl aud aee the Bee's ne.v office. Nathan Sprague has bought half interest in the Pi LOT. It is only half Price now. n. S. Morris will be editor. Read the Bee if you want a live ! piper. From tin: Pioneer Pies-. Rev. John H. Daily 1ms gone to Washington, D. C, to take charge of the '-Ketoim Uluo," wnicn grew out of tho split in the Asbury Church and organized itself into a congregational church. Never in the history of Martinsbnrg, has there been a man here so noble in purpose, so devout in service, so christ-like. In scholarship, in ora tory, profundity of thought and logical reasoning he is our ideal of a man. Had such a mau lived in Sodom aud Gomorrah, those wicked cities would have been spared, and nan the people ol Martinsburg recoguiz ed the worth of his moral and re ligious influence, instead of oppos- mg and "starving nun out' great would have beeu the good results in this morally dilapidated town. Though severing himself fiom the Washington Conference, the Presid.ng Elder, prayed for his fu tuie prospeiity, and testified in wtiting among other things, thai his lone and useful "miuisteral lite is without a blot." He has a large family, and the fact that his children are at the age In taku taHMtMHaHaHIIIH. n. ? uiirKiimiflHu .mil matt are many, and that not to "provide for his own liousenoiu is wuisu m. an idel" compelled him to do some thing, and in doing what he did, wo firmly believe that his heaven ly father guided him. J . . J- ..wait lQ The congregation to wun- " has gone, and over which he is to have charge, is indeed blessed ; lor tho city of Washington has not a better man in her pulpits. CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK OF WASHINGTON, D. C. 804 F St ii. w. Receives deposits, loans money, trausucta a general banking busi ness. Location central and con venient. F street cars and herdics run in front of our door 9tb St., cars run a few rods cast of our buildi. ?;, 7th street and 11th St., cars only two block away. President M. M. Holland Cashier D. B. McCary Secretary. H. E. Baker Treasurer, L. C. Bailey DIRECTORS. M. M. Holland, L. C; Bailey, John A. Pierre, J. W. Cole, 11. E. linker, Jas. T. Bradford. Jerome A. Johnson, Dr. A. W. Tancil, Prof. W. S. Montgomery, J. Archie Lewi?, W. E. Matthews, David Warner, Geo. W. Dickey, Prof. Jas. Storura, Dr. W. S. Lofton. Two good printeis aro wanted at this office and one apprentice. Young ladies will be given au op portunity to learn the printing business if they desire. 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Bj Mir j Editor of the Bee : Thanks to yon i from every womanly teacher hi our schools for your timely remarks about the di awing teacher in our schools. It is to bo hoped that Messrs Gregory, Bruceand Cornish, will demand of the drawing teacher, ri ,.n i.tliPts who are teachers, ol the teachers, that the ladies be treated as women and not as uniu iv nr ill t.red children; that w ieii wo aie talked too dlicialh, wo be treated withatleata semblance of official dignity, :"d ot n "these" "you airoi "tuo.-e 01 jou. Mr Editor : Don't you sometimes think that some of our officials real ly get the idea iu their heads that they arc indospensible, or that they have, giown to their puMtluu.s: R-sKectluilv. 'Teacher afraid to talk." THE HE FORM CLUB. In appearance she is a trifle un der medium height, with a figure slightly inclined to matronly stout ness, 'which she carries with an erectness aud poise gained trom Ion"- vears ot puyaicai tunuic Hercomplexiou is English in its puiitvand beauty, her hair dark and her eves gray. She possesses also "that excellent thiug in wo man," a voice purely English in : on.niittioBs ;n id tone. Mrs. Barnum's pet hobby at least, so say her husband, laugh mgly indulgent is her indefatra gabfe pursuit of bric-a brack, and most beautiful examples of her suc cess iu this pursuit, with the num- eroi.8 momentoes 01 ua maon.- o varied career, make ot "Manna a home woith haviug. It is the- family home dunug most 01 me UhV. DAILV OREETED c.jxgreuation. SnilUIDir jiS Hlltorlani. and P",.. OUR UNEQUAL FFER. a tilau t iuf 0 a!11 a.a. tlm. MJUM. U Hid. " 'u tt UT a4dr.. raoalptof prt. aiV.ri'rrj "" w """ & auUlaNMalafet "JZrtSZtt! latff.W-1 m. The I.udy f I .J 2ZJLF35Z Liruaa ThlJ la th. 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Sever trust tho man who shakes his finger iu your face. vrt r.,.ft iiiiu -mv authority to col lect initiation fees for the Legion of Honor. Some ouo will get in trouble. Bt'waie of the bogus organization. Some people whohavo beeu great once imagine that they are still great. They console themselve by imag ining that they aro now what they use to be. Some women are weak in this particular. Call in a few weeks aud see the family uome uunug uwat- i i , ttionf.rir. nrp ! year, though a part of j each winter Bee s electric press Tho Kefnrm Club held leligton set vices at the Washington Cadi-t Armory last Sunday. The hall was crowded both morning aud ev euing. The Rev. Win. T. I'eel made tho welcome addiess to the Pastor, The Rev. J. H. Daily. He was also presented with a hand some bible to preach his Qrst sermon. The bible was a present to the chuich horn Mrs. saran ija ir. rr iviilv didiveied a fine and able sermon from St. Luke, 19th chapter aud Sth verse, "come down for r am goiug to hide ui thy bouse today." Rev. Win. Peel was present .wi oat-mi fiivine blessine. Hev. Daily delivered a fine aud able ..r,r.nn in tun afternoon from St. John 14th chapter and 3id verse; "Let n.t your hearts be troubled for I go to prepare a place fur yon LV n - l 1 ..!-? Tin. where! am you oe hisu. " choir under the leadetship of Prof. Chas. H. Young, rendered some very fine music and Miss Annie VadralaMae.aiidilartacf .reau. ran I. H-ranu. ts. ran III. . Pan IV. f aoara. S. BnliaoBauid B"rty. BylHTiairarij. toM.rraj. A.pUrtlj " 7 i SlfuJuM aM a bit .Ttrtiawa. lalUi .aaa .wriu attialca. .,. aa4a.tlrV trtiT A ehamla toakl BK aaawfal. Tall KfSt1 BhSi1Ja.r. jSo A.Haaaoc.. irtj fcjtnT-o&lU. . MUr, Qorrnoln, tho U J 2g aar.l froia ti. pf a or th. pular "'" luroauea U. arUrl.T that aiaa. ", wtht irfe t .Mr. .mnr J? 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