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Miss Dollie Wilkes, who a short
while ago was visiting virs. Pendleton,
is now at Lincoln University, Pennsyl
vania, whence she will go to Boston.
Mr. John Ship en, Jr., son cf the
Acting on the advice of Secretary Rev. John Shippen, and who was mar
Alcer. .lohn L. C. Jordan re-enlisted, ried but a short time ago, has become
J Last Tuesday morning he went aboard a widower. His wife, always of deli
Ithe reciivi g ship Frankli, stationed cate onsiitution, died July 17th.
at Norfolk, and was erajjed 8 ten Miss Clara Shippen, -who graduated
days' furlough a part of which he has . with honor fron Oberlin, his finished
spent here as the guesttcT Dr. Tignor a successful yeai 's work as teacher in
ay nib re-emibimciiL i y Florida and is spend ng her vacat.on
m . a h r wt - bit r-u w- r rwrnr-- t-ti n r m-m m m-m - - - -
ANACOSTIA NOTES. I groom can become settled in life, but
Fred Smoot, Ir.. recentlv left I",??,?868 he carriage soon takes
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the banns are published in the church,
either on two successive Sundays or,
if the time be short, twice on the same
day. In the latter case, a notice is
posted in public place, notifying all
concerned of the wisl. of the couple
Mr. James L. Johnson has
after a three week s trip
Dr George K. Richardson is keep
ing bachelor's hall.
Irof and Mrs. Cook Are in Massachusetts-
Mr Madison Fraction is summering
at Asbury Park.
Miss W- Whfpper of Sixth street is
usitinK relatives at Asbury Pari:.
justice E. M. Hewlett was called to
Fairfax Court House last week.
Mr E- Murray left the city for At
lantic City last Saturday.
Mr Edw. G- Richardson left the
Citj Monday morning.
Mr and Mrs. Marston will visit rela
tives m Canada early next month.
M,ss Iola Dickerson of Eleventh
..rpt is rusticating at Brookland,
Editor W. Calvin Chase will leave
ihecitj this evening for Asbury Park,
Mr. L. M. Hershaw, who went to
Hampton last week, returned to the
citj Sunday night.
Dr J Henry Bugg, M. D., physician
and surgeon of Savannah, Ga., was in
the city last week.
Mrs Marion Benjamin is in the city
on a visit She was formerly a teacher
in the public schools.
The many friends of the Rev. R. C.
Champ are very sorry to hear of his
continued serious illness.
Mrs. Adams, mother of Mrs. Rubey
Adams Dabney, is quite ill at her
home. 411 rtidge street, n. w.
Mr. Joseph D. Jones will leave for
New Nork city, to join his wife, who
has been there for several months.
Mrs Maggie Bruce of Anacostia,
1) C. is greatly indisposed. Her
quick recovery is earnestly hoped for
by iiermanv friends.
MissTilhe Cook, directress of cook
ing, will leave the city next wet-k 10
attend the Cbatauqua in New York.
Mr and Mrs. Jonn A. Seaon, Jr.,
ofFarquier County, Va., are in the
city, the guests of Mrs. L V. Contee.
Mr. Geo. H. Richardson, Jr., will
act as manager of The Bee during
the absence of Miss . E. Anderson.
Mrs. M. E. Tucker is able to be out
again and is making hurried prepara
tions to accompany Miss Essie out of
The concensus of opinion in the
southwest is that illiam Reed should
have been hanged for the murder of
Mrs. Julia Colyer and daughter are
spending their vacation in Orange
County, Va. Miss M. L. Jordan will
join them August 1st.
Mr Alfred Cosey paid a flying trip
to Washington on Monday, and left
town freighted with good wishes for
our own Annie L. Bailey Cosey.
The Philharmonic Club took their
annual outing on Wednesday,to Lower
Cedar Point. Despite the inclement
weather, they carried a large crowd.
Mr. W. H. Royal 1 of Savannah, Ga.,
and Mr Sol. C, Johnson, with the
jwvd man 1 rioune, were in the citv
last week and paid a visit to The Bee
Mrs. Lawyer and children, accom
panied by her mother and Miss Minnie
A. Lucas, will leave the city Tuesday
'pr Virginia, to spend the month of
with her paients
at their home on
TEAL FOR THE SUFFERERS.
Editor The Bee : Please say to my
fellowcitizens of the District that the
misery of our colored brothers who
suffer from the recent floods in Texas
cannot be imagined. They walk the
stre ts of the neighboring towns beg
ging the privilege of working for food.
The Governor is making as equitable
a distribution as possible, but there is
nnt enough to keep down hunger
Many are naked and there is no cloth
ing for them. We therefore ask our
brothers of the District to co-operate
Dr. VV. K.
3S ichols avenue.
Scotr, who recently re
quite an extended trip,
his office fr m his home
avenue to the spacious
his wife's store on
,Mrs. Frederick Douglass will de-
INDORSE THE PUESIDENT.
CONCERTED ACTION TAKEN BY COL
ORED ATTORNEYS OF THE DISTRICT.
There was a meeting of the repre
sentatives of the Colored Bar Associ
ation, held in the law offices of, W.
Calvin Chase Saturday morning 503
D street northwest. The meeting was
called to order by Mr. Chase, who
staled in brief that the time had come
for the colored attorneys of the coun
try to speak out boldlv aud fearlessly
concerning the President of the United
States and the great questions which
seem to be agitating the minds of the
negro in the United States. The law
yers are the true representatives of the
people, because, in his opinion, re
marked Mr. Chase, thev were more
Sfeeafiaei? Rkrep Saeeaf
1 wish to call xour attention to the Swift and Commodious
Steamer River Queen
Wy 5!?ctric LiShts and a11 Modern Improvements and
uICEffSED TO CARRY 1,000 PASSENGERS,
give a graphic descript
horrors of this sysiem, which' she
characterizes as worse than slavery.
The following article, recentlv pub
with us in furnishing direct and imme- lished in the Evening Star, speaks for
diate relief, both as to food and cloth- itself :
'The following is an extract from a
letter just received f-om my mother at
Tampa. Florida, which tells the story,
, in a simple and unaffected manner, of
a lawless tragedy enacted in this coun
' try, while the government is rushing
troops thousands of miles away from
, our shores, for the purpose of estab
j lishing ' a good form of government' :
. gUesS vou nave heard of
the Uhnstopher murder down here. It
was a very sad and unfair affair. He
was the colored editor that published
liver a lecture on the Cnnvirt c:Vetm ab,e t0 deal w,ln tne Neerro ouest on
in the Southern States August 1st at I a",ts. relation to te administration j
2 o'clock in Old Orchard, v.ass. She f President McKinley than any other
will give a graphic description of the ?!ass L?f PeoPle- At the couclusion of!
ing. J sincerely nope every coiorea
person and every colored institution
will come oromDtlv to our aid in
I. N.JOHNSON, M.D.
Late of Brazos county, Tex.
OBSERVATIONS OF THEMES.
Your new correspondent finds the
season a little dull, but will do what
she can by adding her observances to the brutal treatment ofa colored woman
the interesting columns of your paper by a policeman. They got enraged
for the perusal of its many readers. j "? ent to J115? houje to lynch him,
. J but they found the house well guarded
2Mrs. Daniel Mason will leave the ci y by colored men. Each night for a
August 1 for Opequon, W. Va. week they found things te same way,
Dr nndMrs.GrimkeandMr Archie ancl afler a- on Saturday, at high
Grimke are spending a fortnight on
Mr. iirvin's farm at Falls Church.
noon, they succeed in creHiner him
i down in the city to some place of meet -J
ing, where thev pretended thev wanted
Misses Helen Johnson, Lula Watson ' to compromise, but as soon as he was
and Birdie Mason are spending the in this secret place, he was heard to
summer very pleasantly at Opequon. ; scream murder, but when the people
Prof. E. VV. Brown has been making . hed to the place, no one was to be
an extensive trip through the North ee". It was a scheme, and yet it re
am! West. LateV he will visit Atlantic nuunsa mystery. I declare the colored
Citv N f I people get no justice down here. If
y J one is man enough to speak out for
Mrs. Mattie Clarke, sister 01 Mrs. iL. rus race he is shot down like a doer.
But God. 1 hope will work things out
all right some day.'
July 19, 1S9Q. R. L. Pendleton
F. G. Merritt, left the city on Monday
evening to spend the heated term at
Mrs. Dr. Dorsey, of 400 B street
.1 . l ., --. Mic-c- rhoco 1 prrvn n dappo
SUULUWCbl, IUUK& I1CAI IU "I3J ico- j . uiVJliU IWrVIliO.
in collecting money r f ctnc j The next race meet for colored riders
sum she collected amounting to $84. j wU1 be he,d at the ,,ark Cyde ra
Mr. and Mrs. Branch are still on their on 1 uesday, August 8th, at 4.30 p. m.
wedding tour, visiting Philade phia, This meet will be held in honor of
New York, New Bedford and other the Riverside Cycle Team of Norfolk,
eastern cities. They will not reach Va., who, with some four hundred fol
their home until fall. lowers, will come to Washington on
,. , , .. ., r Monday, August 7th, remaining here
Six of the most brilliant pupils ol for several diys.
the class which was graduated from J'bere will be two inter-city races
the High School this year are Misses between teams representing Wasn
Rachel Guy, Essie Jackson, Zeta Ly- ington, Norfolk, Richmond, and Balti
son, Hallie Brown, Sitka Downs and mo,e One of these races will be a
rt-aaie nan. one mne ciuo team race, each city
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. bein5 represented by its three most
William Landick heard with regret of speedy riders. For this race the prize
the death ot their eldest son, W-lliam, .Wl11 De a magnificent silver cup, stand-
His funeral took place last v ednesday "r ' ? "1&n
.... . 1 n other intAr.pitw cuor
from the residence 01 nis parents, 1019
Mr. Chase's remarks. Justice E. M.
Hewlett, who was made permanent
chaairman, made a vigorous and pat
riotic speech, indorcing thePr ident
and the manner in which he is dealing
with the Phihppine and other great
questions in which the Negro is inter-
Atlorney Perry W. Frisby was elec
ted secretary of the meeting, after
which the chair appointed the fol ow
ing committee on resolutions: W.
Calvin Chase, Thomas L. Jones and
L. M. Kinii, all members of the bar.
While the committee was out ad
dresses were made by Attorneys Fen
ton Payton, G, M. Ambler, and
Th committee reported a preamble
and resolution reciting that there
seemed to besome unrest among some
of the lsad rs of the race as to the ad
ministration of President McKinlev,
and declaring that the colored attor
neys of the District bar, having watch
ed closely the President's every act
and know from observation as well as
from the records that the President
has appointed and commissioned
more colored men up to date than any
previous President of the United
States, and had managed with great
tact and satisfaction the most success
ful war ever waged against any nation.
For these reasons, "we, the colored
attorneys of the bar of the District of
Columbia, indorse and commend his
great administration, and commend
and leaye to his wisdom a peaceful
settlement of the Philippine question."
The chairman and secretrary were
directedfto present a copy of' these
preambles and resolutions to the Prse
Atlorney Thomas L. Jones made a
most enthusiastic address in support
of the resolutions and agreed with the
which has been bought by
The Notley Hall Independent Steamboat and Bare po .
h is Eollsy Sail, I other Mils && the Foiiae
Fourth street northwest.
The .strawberry festival which was
held recently in the lecture-room of
the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian
Church was entirely successful. Miss
F. C. Chase, chairman of the finance
committee, turned over the proceeds,
ihe other inter-city event will be
run on the pursuit style, the riders
being placed at intervals aronnd the
track, equal distances apart. All will
start at the crack of the gun. As soon
as a rider is overtaken by another
competitor, he must Jeave the track.
THE P.ULPIT AND THE PEW.
TE MINISTER MAKES THE CONGREGA
TION, AND THE CONGREGATION
Between a minister and his congre
gation there is an action and a reac
tion, so that the minister makes the
congregation, and the congregation
makes the minister. When one speaKS
of a minister's service to his people
one is not thinking of pew rents and
other offertories, and statistics, and
crowds ; nor of schools, and guilds,
and classes and lectures. The master
achievement of the minister is to form
character and make men. 1 he chief
question, therefore, to consider about
a minister's wor is ; What kmd of
With its large Dancing Pavilion and other attractions has been improved
by Building a New Wharf, and being furnished will all kinds of Amuse
mentsFlying Horses, Shooting Gallery, Swings, Riding Track, Bowling
Alley, Etc. - Books are now open for Charters and Extra Inducement
given parties Chartering early. For Particulars and Terms apply to
L.J. WOOLEN, Manager,
STEAMER RIVER QUEEN,
Office 154 East Captol St. 6th Street Wharf.
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutic Colleges
Thirty-second Session (1899-1900)
will begin October 2, 1899, and con
tinue seven (7) moths.
Tuition fee in Medil and Dental
Colleges, each $80. Pharmaceutic
All students must register before
October 12, 1899.
For catalogue or further information
F. J. Shadd, M. D., Secretary,
901 R. Street, n. w.
City of Washington.
rarp rontinnc nnHl rknlir
- ". .- .... wx. h.l U1J1Y IJlId I . . . h
rider survives. A race of thif kinrl i ron as ne ma?e . .
amounting fn 67.6i. to the trustees. - recentlv run in New VnrL- iact rnr. 1 And Ofte, at lESst, of the most de
Arlrlmrl In thic t h o 1YIri0r eh O nf lofArl fiffAAH mSUr n A 1XrL.!...4-.. !.. f
vvi,v iw , .,-.-,.wjr ......v...v. iiutcii imica, tuu wtisHiijgiuii entnusi-
by subscription swelled the total to asts will have an opportunity to wit-
$149.64. Miss Chase deserves credit ness the most interesting event ever
for her work, so well done. held in this vicinity.
j Another race in which great interest
THE " ROYAL BLUE." centers is the half-m le District cham-
nn iwx - ul.v. pionship, m which only the fastest local
The " Book ot me Koyai iue " lor sprinters win taKe part.
C. C. Stewart of No. sorn K
street, n. w., has just gotten in a new
medical outfit. A sketch and portrait
' this young physician will appear
July is one of the most interesting num- In addition to the above events, there
bersof this unique magazine published will also be a one-mile handicap. A
bv the Passenger Department of the match race is also talked of between
Baltimore & Ohio tt. R. The entire Ed Hall, the one mile champion of the
edition is dedicated to the G. A. R., in District of Columbia, and Gilliam
honor of their Thirty-third Annual En- Obery, champion of Norfolk
campment at Philadelphia next ep- An effort is being made to secure
tember. Itis a complete history of the the entry of J. H. Hudnell, who made
importance of the B. & O. K.K. during such a good showing here several
Misses Victoria Smith and Isabella
Hawkins have connected themselves
jjtn The Bee and the law office of
Calvin Chase. Miss Smith is at
1 e Bee office, while Mis Smith is
at the law office.
At'orneys Perrie Frisby and Royal
nuRhes have succeeded in haying
J resident McKinley to commute the
aeaih sentence of the murderer Smith
10 Hie lmorisonmnt
the Civil War, and tells of the strug
gles which took place on and near its
lines from '61 to '65, giving a chrono
logical list of all the engagements,
with a large fqur-cokr birdseye map
of the debatable. territory.
The magazine is splendidly illus
trated and contains an interesting ac
years ago. Hudnell is one of the
fastest riders in the amateur ranks,
and his many friends would welcome
his return to the track.
West Dent and Ed Hall are out with
a challenge to race any amateur
tandem team in the South for a suita
ble prize. Both of these ridpr maHp
count of the three days' fight at Get- an excellent showing at the last, meet,
tysburg; the storv of the struggle at Jdail winning the one-mile race and
Harper's Ferry ; the blockhouses District championship, a d Dent win-
which were built along the line; origi- ning the two-mile handicap,
nal ppems, and full information con-
cerning the uncampment at rnna
delphia. This particular number will find its
way to the libraries of every honsehold
fortunate enough to obtain one, and
will be filed as a reference book.
Miss H. A. Saunders and fMrs.
gnor are in FarmuVr rmmt,, t
e are glad to say that mountain
anV u,ng wonders for Mrs. Tignor.
and we hope that she will continue to
The Bee stated last week that Mrs.
th'P c.JOnes an.d childen would spend
Zj sr n xen HiI1 Md In"
home v-at ?,ace they wilj visit their
nock River'glma' near the RaPPahau-
coumV- ?,manuel Peterson of Fairfax
reonrtc 1. a,vwas here this week. He
veVr!!fCh"rc.1? workas Progressing
Diane VI 0,0-l.UIIy ana nas iormed
held later on.
PICNIC FOR TEXAS SUFFERERS.
There will be given at Eureaka Park
s tor n iUr j
. 1111 cr-iiiHi7; CSriMPA In ta.
J" w- V 1V.V. IVI uc
by the Virginia
e council raU
2Ven.ue Bantist rhTui.::"
turned tnh' aftr organizing, ad
nea to meet on Monday, July .
ImJ -rSi' the Virginia Avenue
COURTSHIP IN GERMANY.
IF THE GALLANT CALLS FREQUENTLY
HE IS ASKED TO DECLARE
" When a girl has arrived at what is
considered a marriageable age in Ger
many her parents invite young men to
the house," wri es Charlotte Bird, of
' Girl Life in Germanv " ; tdo inN,
T,.,o Anrrncf t5a - rJ- JTT t7 . .' "' "' w J "' J
luuiauojf, .o.uBuo.. 0, i", a gjaiiu jL,aaies nome journal Twoorthree
picnic, uuder the auspices of the Col- are invited at the same time so that
ored Woroens' Relief Committee, for theattentionmavnotseemtoopointed.
the benefit of the exas flood sufferers But no young man is ever invited to
The following persons have been the house until after he has called at
invited to speak : least once, and thus signified his wish
Hon. J. W. Lyons. Kev.- W. J. to have social intercourse with the
Havard, Rev. Geo. AV. Lee, Dr. C. J3. family. If he call several times in too
Purvis, Dr. J. N. Johnson, Rev. I. close succession it is taken for granted
Tobiner, Col. Perry Carson, Prof. N. that he has 'intentious.'and he may
5;.,PaJterson' ev ?'nS. ' AJ be questioned concerning them. Gen
Will Buntes, Rev. I. 1 nomas, and erally an engagement is made public
Wortham, m as soo as the arrangements can be
E. L. Scott, master of ceremonies made. This is done by means of tha
Honorary members, Messrs Jarvis, newspapers and formal announcements
Lomax, and Taylor. on cards. The man suppli-s a pluia
Music, dancing, and refreshments of gold banti ring for each. This is worn
all kinds. during the engagement on tne ring
Gates open from 9 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. finger of the left nand. From this
Take Ninth street car and transfer time the contracting parties are bride
to Maryland avenue. and bridegroom. Among conservative
Mrs. L. H. Harris, chairman ; Mrs. people even the affianced couple is
F.. L. Scott, secretary ; Mrs. VV. R. scarcely allowed to be alone a chap
Patterson, treasurer ; Mrs. T- N. John- eron beine provided whenever the
son, cnairman 01 reiresnment cc-11- young people go out A betrothal
cisive questions by which the members
of a congregation can be judged is:
What have they made of their min
ister? By that one does not mean
what salary they may give him, nor
how agreeable they may be to him,
but how far he has become a man and
risen to his height in the atmosphere
of his congregation. Some congrega
tions have ruined ministers by harass
ing them till they lost heart and self
control and became peevish and ill
tempered. Some congregations, again,
have ruined ministers bv so humoring
and petting them that they could en
dure no contradiction, and became
childish. That congregation has done
its duty most effectively which has
created an atmosphere so genial, and
yet so bracing, that every good in its
minister has been fostered, and every
thing petty killed. Lan Maclaren in
the July Ladies' Home Journal.
Real Estate & Loan Broker,
508 nth Street, N. W.
FOR SALE Near New York avenue
and North Capital street, new, buff
brick residence, 6 rooms, cellar and
bath, newly papered and decorated;
has all modern improvements and
conveniences: mirror mantels, speak
ing tubes, electric bells, etc.
This property is nicely located in an
improving section of the city. The
new electric cars will pass within a
half block. This property, .$3,000, on
monthly payments about the same as
FOR SALE In the northwest, very
desirably located, a dwelling and store
together, brick, large store room,
dining room and kitchen on the first
floor, 4 bedrooms and bath on second
floor, all modern improvements. Shel
ving and counters complete. Price,
fe.5Oi on very easy terms. This is an
investment worthy of immediate attention,
Many other well located properties j
in ainerent sections 01 tne city ior
sale on easy terms. Stop paying rent
and own your own home.
L. H. Harris,
ySISf AND DEALER IN
n a 01 '1
ure. Jpuas n vhcmiceds
Peih mn 1 i'ii s 1 c I : i o m ! & t.
PATENT MEDICINES. Physician's Pjescrip
tions Carefully and Accurately Com
pounded Day and Night.
Cor. 3d and F Sts., S. W.
may last several years, until the bride, days.
Fine Groceries and Provisions,
UTTER, EGGS and CHEESE,
1901 Is Sf., 5. W.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad is
now ready to contract with organiza
tions, societies and Sunday Schools
for special excursions to Round Bay
For full information and terms, apply
at B. & O. Ticket Office No. 619 Pa.
Avenue, between 2 and 5 p. m., week
2027 L street northwest
Large airy Pavillion. Swings and
other amusements. Cigars, Ice
Cream, Soft Drinks, etc. Books
open for dates. Terms reasonable
Apply" to J. J. Duvall at above
for Ladiss and Gentlemen
yot and Cold Baths
475 Mo. ave. n. w.
MRS. ALICE E. HALL, Proprietor.
T LOAN OFFICE J
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY, &c MOMEY LOANED ON
H. K. Fulton has removed
his Loan Office from his old
stand, 1 2 18 Pa., avenue to his
handsome new building, 314
9th street, n. w between PeiTO.
ave. and D st, n, w., where he
will be pleased to see his old
friends and customers.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND
SILVER, UNREDEEMED PLEDES
314 9th Street, North Treat.
The standard tgood
shoes for the past
4o years. -
Shoes of the most reliable
make. Prices much below he
Every pair we sell carries
our Unequalfied Guarantee.
4o2 7 Sfe. fyw.
Sign "The old woman in
Furnished Rooms With or With
out Board at Moderate Prices. J
1820 Atlantic Avenue,
ATLANTIC CITY, tf. J.
Emanuel Murray Pro.
Wholesale and Retail Ice Cream
Open May 1st 1899.
Gold filled watch,
E. EAKEIS & Co.,
Yth and D n. w.
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