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the :beje AOTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. V. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. e,Uiuateb for advertising rurnisned on appli uitiou. Objectlouableadvertlsemtiuts'willaot Me inserted at any price. AH remittances blioultl be made by draft, postal money order e s probfi or regibtered letter. Money forwarded ii anv other way. Is at the sender's rlBk. In bending money the amount and what It is for aoulil be distinctly stated. All letters, etc,, should bs ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Pror. J. W, Fowlers, 818 3rd Btreet, s. e. Mir. Polkety's, M Btreet, between 12th i:th NorthweBt. j H. Beller, Drngglst corner 16th and street, North weBt, Philadelphia House. 818 Pennsylvania Ave. Wort d west. NEW YOEKCITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm, L. Keed, 93J4 Cambridge at. SATURDAY, June 27(h 1891. locals. Wanted: Two good collectors A liberal percentage paid if compe tent. Call at once. Hon. J. C. Asbury, Common wealth Attorney, of NorfolK, Va., was iu the city this week. Judge Dawson has returned to the city from Delaware, where he accompanied Hon. Johu M. Lang atou. Don't forget the excursion of the Capital City Guard to Island Tart, Harpers Ferry, July 4th, '91. (rood muBic in attendance. Two large first clasB rooms can be had at No. 1642 10th st., n. w. Suitable tor man and wife or gen tleman. To Let : Nicely furnised rooms? hot and cold water, modern im provements for single gentlemen only, at 1523 Pierce St., n. w. June 20, t. f. For Rent: For the summer months to a gentleman or a gen tlemau and wife a suite of furnish ed rooms on 17th bet. P and Q Sts. Inquire at this office. The installation of the newly elected officerSsOf the Young Men's Christian Association will take place at the Metropolitan A. M. E. church, M St., Wednesday evening, July 1st at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. M. Waldron will preside and addresses will be made by Rev. Dr, J. "W. E. Bowen, Dr. F,J. Grimke and Rev. Dr. W. H. Browne. Music by the choir of the Metropolitan and 15th St. churches. Admission fee, every one invited. Mr. Paul Molyneaux Hewlett, son of the late Prof. A. M. Hewlett, of Harvard College, Cambridge, and brother of Lawyer E. M. Hew lett, died on Wednesday June 25 th. Mr. Hewlett was a tragedian by profession and played with great success iu the principle theatres of Boston and Europe. The remains will be put iu a vault for a few weeks, when Mr. Hewlett and sister will take them te Cambridge for burial. FOR RENT: Four beautiful new five room houses on 15th Street extended, north of Wayland Semi nary and on Messinore avenue, bet. Erie and Huron Sts. , Meridian hill. These houses are especially adopted for convenient, permanent and comfortable homes, each hay- inir side entrance and separate' water service and about 1,000 square feet of back yard room and handsome front yard and nice ve randa. Rent 812,50 per month. B. H. Warner Co. NOTICE. Owing to the great pressure for cars and to avoid the crowd at the depot, thb Capitol City Guard ex cursion to Harpers Ferry, will leave Ht 8 o'clock sharp. Don't get left if jou want to go. B. and O. depot. Capt. Joice. JULY4TH. Harpers Ferry The Capitol (-ity Guard will give a grand Mili tary Excursion to Islaud Park, Harpers Ferry, July 4th. Train leaves B. & O. Depot at 8 a. m. Tickets, $1,25. Music by the Monumental Orchestra. Capt. Joice, Ghair'u. LA.NGSTON AND VIRGINIA. HlS COMBINATION WITH MAH0NE HAS KILLED HIM. Ihe general impression among e Virginia Republicans -is that the recent combination that Hon. John J'Langston made with ex-Senator Jiahone, will defeat him for any im"g that he may run for in the State. A prominent Virginian Raid to a Bee representative Tuesday tnatLangston made a blunder iu making a combination with ex-Sen-ator Mabone. THE LIBKRIAN MINISTER DEAD. HON. ALEXANDER CLAKK TAKEN AWAY BY THE FEVER. It is reported that Hon. Alexan der Clark, formerly editor of the Chicago Conservator and recently appointed minister to Liberia is dead. He died at Monrovia June 1st, of African fever. There is now a vacancy, which will be sought after by aspiring politicians. THE GIRLS WIN. There has been a great deal of speculation eomg on for some time between the genial cashier of the Capitol Saving Bank and Mr. Wm. Harris as to whether females were stronger than males (i.e.) physical ly. The genial Mac. was knocked out a few days ago by being pre sented with a bouncing baby girl. The appearance of tbe girl was a surprise to Mac which of course caused Mr. Harris to laugh. It is a very long lane, remarked Mac, that has no turn. The result is Mr. Harris had a baby girl presented to him this week which caused a com promise between the two contes tauts, by going out and having both babies thoroughly ducked. PITH AND POINT. Wheu men are prosperous they are in love with life. The secret of being loved is in being lovly. One of the saddest about men is that he may guide others iu the path of life without walking in it himself. It takes a good many trials to make some folks faithful. JNothing is more refreshing than true politeness. All that remains of life is death , all that remains of death is a hand ful of ashes. THE BEE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW. How much did Casino Bill and lago get for their information 7 If their records confronted them If Mrs. M., didn't sit down on him when he was on the school board ? If Capt. Meredith will be turned down for blacklegs? Will honest men get their dues? How long will Iago run the Re corders office ? If young republicans iutend to permit their rights . and liberties to be taken away from them. FUTURE EVENTS. Cardoza will be removed. Henry Johnson will be recorder of deeds. The colored public schools will be reorganized. The ring republicans will be de feated in the next convention. Tbe history of the treasurer of South Carolina under republic rule will be published in pamphlet form. People in glass houses will be able to throw stones. Fools will turn wise. District republicans will control District affairs. WHAT THE BEE WOULD LIKE TO SEE. Prof. H. M. Browne principal of the High School. 4A reorganization of the public school system. Prof. J. T. Layton, musical direc- tor ot tne coioreu auuuuia. The colored trustees "with more backbone. More normal school graduates appointed. Prof. Gregory's accusers above suspiciou. Precurers, libertines and gamb lers take loss interest in female teachers and the public schools. Negro men marry respectful white women, especially when they become weak on white women. Young colored ladies discard all such Negro men. The genial and accommodating cashier of the Capitol Savings bank made president. Major RevellB supported unani mously by the first separate battal ions. Less back-biting among the col ored militia. The Capitol City Band the great est in the world. The Bee a daily paper in two months. Rev. Robt. Johnson a D. D. Some of those with D. D., attach ed given to those who are eutitled to it. More brain and less empty titles awarded to so called Revs. Negro editors more independent. WEST WASHINGTON NOTES. The marriage of Mr. Edward Gates to Miss Laura Riddles was solemnized on Wednesday June 24, at 3 o'clock at Mt. Zi'on M. E. church by Rev. T. O. Carroll. A reception was held at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sarah J. Riddles. Miss Anna R. Sewell was the brides-maid and Mr. Edw. Smith acted as best man. The presents were numerous and hand some. Mr. and Mrs. Yates will reside at 2803 Duqbarton Avenue. Among the many present were : Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Butler, Mr. aud Mrs. C. H. Turner, Misses Ka tie Bennett, Mary Sheltou, Sopia Thomas, Anna Dorsey, Sarah J. Riddles, Harriet Beason, Martha Shelton, Ida Chase, Lucy Washing ton. Messrs. Warner Williams, James Goines, Lorenzo Chase, C. Wm. Stewart, John Carter, Sumner Williams, Jas. L. Turner aud many others. AMUSEMENTS. UNION PIC -NIC! AT Irving Park, M0N. JULY 13TH- BY The A. H. E. S. Schools, OF BALTIMORE, ANNAPOLIS, AND WASHINGTON. jgsgf For further particulars Bee small bills. JBLotind. trip GO c, CHILDREN - 30 c. ODDFELLOWS EXCURSION, UNITED WE STAND. O-randL Excursion! Of the Odd Fellows of Wash ington, Baltimore, Alexandria, Frederick, and way stations, will be given To Irving Park, On the B. & O., JULY 16th, '91, For the benefit of their new bull This will be the largest gathering of Odd Fellows ever known iu this part of the country, aud is in the hands of an Execu tive Committee. Two bands and four trains leaves at 10 a. m. Tick ets good on all trains and stopp ing at Annapolis junction. Round Trip, : 60 Cents. Children 30 Ceuts. P. N. F. Joice. Chair'n. Pensions The UiNaljillty Bill Is a Law. SOLDIERS DISABLED SINCE THE WAR ARE ENTITLED. Dependent widows and parents now depen dent whose sons died from effects of army ser vices are included. If you wish your claims speedily and successfully prosecuted, address JWB TANNER Lute Commissioner ofFensions, Washington, D. C. -A, W. SliieJds 509 22ud Street. N. W. FIRST CLASS GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, Ac. The cheapest store in the city for cash. (Established 1865.) JUSTH'3 OLD STANB, OlO I St., n. w., WASHINGTON, D. C. Gentlemens' aud Boys i'irst Class SECOND HAND CLOTHING. Look for porch in front of Store. I - - - w & . A TmBf. im SUMM ER WEAR! WE WISH TO CALL YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR LINE OF Shirts. WE ARE OFFERING ALL THE NEW WEAVES SUCH AS CHEVIOT MADRAS.. Oxford and Sateen -A.S low as Jjpl each, this as m$m HAVE never been sold less than $1,50, but, making our own Shirts, as we do, are able to give better value than is usually found. We have also a complete assortment of better goods ranging in price from $1,25 to 55,00. Egyptian Combed balbngan shirts and draweis 50ct8 each. White Shirts 50c to $2,50. In- dia Gauze Shirts 25 50 cts. Best quality Jean Draw ers 50c. Fast black and colored English Half Hose 25c. Derby hats 1.50 to $4,00. Stetson's unrivaled soft hats $4,00 and 4,50. Silk hats 5,00, 6,00 and $7,00. Straw hats 50 cents to Three dollars. LOEBiHIRSH Pine Furnishers & Hatters, OlS F St., .. w. Shirts to measure. Fit guaranteed Whore to carry your orders IK FREEMAN'S Studio, 1159 17th St., n. w., Cor. 17th M. T1NH, PORTRAITS in Crayon, Oil and Pastel, 'Y?.arjre to any size from Card and Tintype. "'.nOlkeness Guaranteed, Month ly aud WeVsKly Payments taken. GREAT REDUCTION FOR CASK. Lessons given: Flower, Landscape Painting, etc. Children's class every Saturday, fiom . 10 to 3 o'clock. 2.5 cents per lessou. Banner and Sign Painting of every Description. Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. May-23-l-yr. Francis JHCal 1 5s, RESTAURANT. 923 11th Street, Northwest, Choice Wines, Liquors, and Ci gars, of the finest brands. Oysters and Game in Season. Stewart's SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING SALOON, 302 Penn. Ave., N. W., Wash., D, C. Finest Brands ol Cigars and Tobacco. P. J. Stewart TTADVERTISERS! For achectfor39 wo will prints tenlineftdTcr tlsement In One Million lusuei or leading Ameri can Newspapers and complete the work within ten dare. Tnlifaattheratoofonlrone-flfthof a cent line, for 1,000 Circulation I The advertisement will appear In but a single Issue of any paper, and consequently will bo placed before One Million different newspaper purchasers: or Fits Hilxjox Bzisibs. if It Is true, as is sometimes stated, that erery newspaper la looked at by fire persons oa an avoraao. Ten lines will accommodate aboutTB words. Address with copy of Adv. and check, or send SO cents for Book of 258 pages. GiO. P. BO WELL ft CO..108ruc Br HCW You. We hare Inst Issued a new edition of oar Book called Newspaper AdTertlslng." It has 25 pages, and among lta contents may be named the following Luts and Catalogues of Newspapers: DAILY NEWBPAPEHS fii NEW YOEK CITY, with their AdTertlslng Rates. DAILY NEW8PAPEBS H CITIES HAVING mow than 150.000 population, omitting all but tbe best. DAILY NEWSPAPERS IN CITIES HAVING mon than 20,000 population, omitting all but the best. X SMALL LIST OFNEWBPAPER3 IN which to adrertlse eTery tectlon of the country : belne a choice selection made up with great care, guided by long experience. ONE ifEWBPAPERIN A STATE. The best on (or an adrertlser to nse If he will use but one. BARGAINS IN ADVERTISING IN DAILY New, papers In many principal cities and towns, a List which offers peculiar Inducements to soma adrer titers. LARGEST CTRCULATIONH. A complete list of all American papers lf"'"g regularly more tbaa 85,000 copies. THE BEST LIBTOP LOCAL NEWSPAPERS, CO wing erery town or OTer 6,000 population and eTery " 8ELECT TJST or LOCAL WEWBi'APERS, In whlcn , aaTenuements are user d at half price. 6,472 VILLAGE NEWB-I PAPERS, in which adrer- tltementsare inserted for Cis a line and appear In ; Tne whole lot one half of 1 the American Weeklies w seat to any addre for THIRTY CENT. IMPERIAL HAIR COLORING. Po. Color. To any one sending us Ji-S" wltn 1. Black. 2. Dark Brown. 3. Med. Biown. 4. Cko.stnul. s. i it Chest. ?le of hair, we will to-wara imperial lair Regenerator with guarantee that hair which is partially or wholly gray will be instantly restored to its original color and beauty. Absolutely Harm- ShSSS? PAMPHLET FREE. J6.Gi.id Blonde. '7. Ash Blonde. . Imperial Cbemicaisiigsjo.j .....!.- --- . f 64 W. 2rd Street, Aew X oriel MKVfinjt PAPER. I If you feel weak and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS v JEerai iSk 1 mi&?JMn m kHSSVJ BBwiw-ii wow aaHMaaaMaiBiMMMtaa,,-,., " -5 J. . iidge HARNESS ATTACHMENT Patented November 13th, 1888. J. S. Coolidges Harness attachment is the best thing of the kind ever put on the market. It is so arranged that any one can secure it to any harness, iu three minutes, without cutting the same in any way, right out in the street. It can be taken off the harness in two minutes, and the harness returned to its former style without the least trouble or exertion. It saves time in hitch ing aud unhitching as a horse can be attached to the vehicle in less than 30 seconds and extricated in less than 5 seconds. It is an ornament to the harness and contains nothing iu its parts to get out of order, the case being so constructed that the straps can be lengthened or shortened as is required. The Bolt is re movable secured so as to allow the spring to be removed when worn. The particular advantage this device possesses over oth ers consists in the construction of the case and arrangements of the straps, whereby the same may be attached to auy harness without cutting the same, as has been heretofore necessary in order to use devices of this character. To the loop of the Bolt may be attached lines 28, said lines be ins: connected with the driver by suitable means, so that if the horse runs or becomes unmanageable, the tightening of the lines will draw the bolt 12, and the spring 2i will cast the plate 16 a side and release the animal trom the vehicle. Any woman or child can hitch or unhitch a horse without the slightest trouble. Thousands of the attachments are being used every day. An Attractive Combined POCKET AUHANAC and MEMOIIANDIW llOOK advertising BROWN'S IRON BITTERS the best Tonic, given away at Drug and general stores. Apply at once. Madge's Park, METROPOLIS VIEW, Eckington, D. C, Can be reuted for parties, picnics, etc. The Electric Cars will convey you directly to the grounds. G and 15th sts,, 7th and N, T. Ave. n. w. Apply to Moses Madre at the park. WHERE TO hUY THE BEE. NOKTHWE3T, Messra. iVel 'and Taylor, Cor. 6th aud K sts., u. w. xMr. Moses Payue, 207 4 st. Capt. V. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M sts. Dr. Beller, Druggist, Cor: 16th and M sts., Rev. W. H. Scott, 506 11 street, n. w. P. J. Stewart, 352 Pa. Ave. u. w. SOUTHEAST. Prof. J. W. Fowler, 318 3rd st., NEW YORK CTTY. Mr. D. A. Greene, 429 6th ave MERCHANTS MUTUAL PROTECTS OS UNI0H. Of the District ot Columbia. Offices, 1805 14th St., n. w., aud Room 15, Central Nat'l Bank Buildiug. Telephone call 1079-3. J. B. BROWN, Manager, Samuel Maddox. Att'y., No. 462 Louisaua Ave. Washington, D. C, SPECIAL NOTICES. Any young man who is anxious to learn the printing trade can do so by calling at this office. For Rent. Four elegant brick houses in Browns Court, Nos. 603, 605, 607 and 609 bet. 6 & 7th, A and B sts., s. e. Apply at this of fice to W. Calviu Cnase. Alexandria, Va., T, E. Dulauy. Wm. B. Dulany. Dulany and oon. Real Estate and Insurance Agt. 147 Lots in the North West, $25 cash, balance in monthly payments of 5. One well built 7 room brick at 1,260, very cheap; two small brick houses $750 each; one ele gant lot 20x100 at 1700; 10 well built 5 room trames at $600 each; 200 cash, balance $6 per month. The New Era Building Associ ation will assist investors. 131 acres iu Fairfax Co., fine dwelling containing 14 rooms. A number of small farms at $15 per acre. 504 King St., Alexandria, Va iippDicom-Liri'iM'OTrs-LiPPixcoT'n Lads ail other Magazines " Tn Tale of Fiction A New Departure Poems of Interest "" "" " " pleasing Short Stories " Interesting Miscellany 2S Cts. Notes f Progress ' hear lv " Cn0'ce Select ras tJOO " 0"?inaI Contribution Cages in each issue 'gopics of the Times Xerae Gems A Complete Ne-.v Novel " ' Superlative Merit Bj uat fiToril? snthoris each So. Giving a library of 12 new and valuable works, worth from 515.00 to $iii.oo annually, at the nominal sum of 25 cents per month Subscription, S3.00 yearly Stories by John Habberton, Frances Hodgson Bur nett, Julian Hawthorne, Lucy C Lillic, etc , etc.. will appear in early issues Circulars, giving details, etc., mailed on application J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY 715 and 77 Market St., Pfc.rde'pbii j Sample free U tftoj; IktOjuihiK ajjer. j yN'o rik. quick sales. Territory cive SnUtl 1 LUfnt Clon.rlr r-z-i.c... OR. 8COTT. 847 Broadway. NEW YORK. f: M! mm I . L.Jafc,?? ? I CSV I Fifty Cents Per Week. $5 CASH AND 50e, 3Pe:r Week Will buy you a home in the CITY OF BOWIE. so CTS. PEE WEEK. The first opportunity offered colored people to secure Homes on Weekly payments of 50 cents a week or Two Dollars per month. 10DO LOIS FOB SALE. In the city of Bowie, State of iMaryland. Only 20 minutes ride from Washington. Double track 22 trains stop daily. Fare to and from Washington, only Six cents by commutation ticket. Tbe junc tion of the Baltimore and Poto mac and Pope Creek Railroad. Telegraph aud Express offices. The best depot on the Baltimore and Potomac ralroad. Stores. churches acd schools alreadrbiiilt" The most healthful spot in the State of Maryland. Title to prop erty perfect. No Taxes, and pur chasers of lots will receive their deeds, with certificate of title "Free." PRICE OF LOTS ONLY SI. Terms of Purchase: five dol lars cash and two dollars per month, with no interest. Halt cash, 10 per cent discount; all caish 20 per cent discount. Money will be advanced topars ties desiring to build. Those who apply first, will have the first choice of lots. If a husband purchaser dies, before his purchase is completed. a deed in fee will be given to his widow, if the property has been improved, or if not. the amount already paid will be returned her The above presents an opportu nity never before offered the Col ored people of the city of Wash- ingtou to secure a valuable lot, either as an investment or for a home on monthly payments, and at the same time, entitled them to a vote and a voice in the Gov ernmept of the couutry. Already many have made their homes in the "City of Bowie and lots purchased on the above terms should double in value with in tbe next eix months, For further information apply to W. Calvin Chase, Agent, 1109 I St., n. w. or CAMPBELL OAKRINGTON Owner, 505 D St., n. w., Washington, D, C. Many Persons are broVea down from overwork or household carta. Brown's Iron Bitters p.ebnilds tha ystem. ni'' l."i-tion. removes excess of bile, nd of .in. Get the genuine. Tutt's Pills This popular remedy aarr fall 1 mt S Actually ear Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Headache, Biliousness And all diseases arising' from ft Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. The sataral rmalt Is peed appetite aad aelid flesh. Dm vaiall ; lyaat ly ir coated aad easy to awallew SOLD EVE&YWHEBH. IF TOUR SACK ACHES. Or yon are all worn oat, really good for noth. ing, It is general debility. Try BROWS' 8 IROS BITTERS. It will core you, cleanse your liver, and giT a good appetite. . y 2 i; IN W w ii f-l -ai . 'it-'J v.M' Mr ."-. j -' "5 -J .