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THE WASHINGTON BEE.
it v I I Howard University, Washington, D. G. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, Including, Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutic Colleges - 31st Session begins September 30th. 1S9S and continues seven (7) mos. No student will be admitted who does not register before October ioth. Tuition fee in each college for each course $60. For catalogues- Applv to F.J.Shadd, M. D. Secretary, 901 R St. n. w. SECRET ORDERS. Installation of officers and visitation of Daughters and of Sphinx of N. and S. A. Thursday July 21, the Illustrious Noble D. F. Seville, ?3C, illustrious grand patron; Order of Daughters of Sphinx for North America, accompan ied by a delegation of nobles and daughters form Washington, D. C, paid an official visit to Eureka Court, of Alexandria, Va. The grand officers found the Sphinx in splendid condi tion and the 111. M. L. Robinson can well be proud of the good work in Alexandria. The officers having been installed the visitors were then re freshed in due from. Among the prominent members who accompanied the party were Inspector Gen'l Noble W. B. Brooks, 330, Noble S. Haskins and wife, Noble Jackson and wife, Noble Garnett and wife, Daughters: Shanklin. Thornton, Anderson, Hin ton, Gains and others, about 25 were over from Washington, all departed well pleased. Mondav July 25th Kaliff Alee Tem ple, held a fine session at the Vasque in Brightwood particulars next week on the 27th Mecca convened in Wash ingtonparticulars next week. The Illustrious E. W. Shields, assist ant grand secretary general, assistant I. C recorder of Mystic Shrine and Royal and Select Masters, having re signed, the 111. Magnus L. Robinson, 33c, Editor of The Alexandria Leader, was appointed to fill the position. July 20th Eminent Commander G. W. Branch of Palistice Commandery No. 1. K. .T., held inspection and re view, there was a good attendance of Sir Knights. The funerals in Arabia. One of the strangest and most affecting sights in Arabia is that of funerals. The corpse is merely wrapped in a mat of esparto grass and carried either on a bier or on men's shoulders. The mourners lounge along, some in front and some behind, crooning; verses of the Karan in meJancnoly tones, wnicn naunt one for days afterwards. This wailing is nothing to tnat which goes on at the house of the deceased, some times it is kept up all night. At the funeral of a baby at Bizerta, it was carried to the grave in an esparto basket. Aaron, the son of Amram and Jock ebedofthe Tribe of Levi, was the brother of Moses and was three years older, during the march of the chil dren of Isreal through the wilderness, Aaron and his two sons were appoint ed by God to exercise forever the of fice of priest in the Tabernacle, after the Tabernacle was built Moses con secrated Aaron to the high priesthood with the holy oil and invested him with his priestly robes, his garments of glory and beauty. Aaron died at Mosera, of the District of Mount Hor. Jerusalem, meaning dwelling of peace this celebrated city, the capital of Palistine, was the seat of true religion under the Jewish theocrac and also the chief scene of our bavio'ur ministry and the central point from which his gospel was promulgated. e It is often called the Holy City, among the Arabs it is called El Gods, The H0I3. BARGAINS X3ST PTMOS s' - Upright and SpuarePianos. On ZBa-S3r Terms. Chas. M. Stiefif, Stieff Piano Warerooms, 521 Eleventh Street, Northwest. M Ell? To colored tenents. New Houses, 312 and -51.1 St. Le Droit Park Six rooms and bath only Si4-3, houses open every day for inspection. CHAS. E. BANES, A wonderful discover, the Black Skin Remover- It will turn the skin of a dark-brown person, half-white, mulatto perfectly white. Removes wrinkles, freckles, dark spots and pimples from the face without harm to the skin. Can see the result in 4S hrs. Price, $2. CO. D. Thomas Beard, I22j W Broad St.,. Richmond, Va 3 H Castelberrs new L 4 . Address is 935 Pa. Ave. T J lyj A l J U 1 U j I 11 Q; J L1 J Li J -J J UL VJ4 0 That always has been our watchword, and selling sterling silver at CENTS AN OUNCE encrraviriP- free is ampte proof that the asser tion that we undersell every jeweler in Washington by 20 is wel. car ried out, not only on sterling silver things, but on DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND CLOCKS as well. We want to call especial attention to our OPTICAL DEPARTMENT, second to none in the United States, thoroughly equipped with all the new est and most Improved appliances, including the Electric Ophthalmometer, and in charge of our eminent specialist, Dr. F. Prcctor Donahey. Un excelled service is guaranteed. We'je jlnjDur new store and CREDIT, at 20 per cent less than cash prices,"" is going to make it a landmark of Washington. Credit is free to every honest man and woman. Payments, a little down, a little each week. F ST T?? P The Barsram Given Bait. Store, 108 N, Enataw Estab. 1846. TN3 A 1f7TrlTTlTr T i m v Mr x n j a n N ji Pk) Hi a liS rA rft br vy s si 4!L. s ' 'LiLi yy ' ' s LL j O a i i t t t t 3? f-f Get dates Save money and time. Equal to and cheaper than Atlantic City, For Excursions and up-to-date Amusements, Churches and Organizations, (jo my JnHniiiBBHHBBUllBBBUrjaBBaZBzE To ROUND BAY, The Palasades of the Chesapeake-Summer Resort, EYE MI Twenty per cent paid to excursionists, Apply to the office of the Bee, 1109 I Street, northwest. Six mi'esfrom Anapolis Base Ball, Cropuet, Boating, Fishing, Crabbing, Salt water baths, mineral water, Fare froom ""Washington, MS IV B Bound trip Win E. Kaisei DEALER IN China, Glassware, Fancy Pottery and Table Cuitery, Furniture and House-Ftir- hishings in general ,.i - in es(hJ ;Jb tvtA 1 I ct era t-E? II art JFVz&zJjTrTzziJTii "t jS JH-l-Stil Bi t5wa2S&il fr-fes KfcSrf.?f yj Where You Can Supply I Your Wants. 20th and Pa. Ave., N. W. fbl.ZjO. r 20th and Pennsylvania avenue, n. w. T. 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