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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

THE WASHINGTON BEE. 'te.v flk KM b-? ; I T5 1 t '-' I ,.- Irf -, Kff t fix ' " Hi ft1.! - -r I 'TJO Published every Saturday at 1100 I Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington f tariff at all. multiply and diversify occuimtions, and thus open new avenues of trade and business for the growing popu lation of this country Protection to American Industries first, last, and forever, if necessary, whether it required a very high tariff, a very low tariff, a moderate tariff, or no as second class mail matter. W. CALV1X CHASE, Editor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1 .50 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column " " 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column " 4l 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 f Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. FOR PRESIDENT : william Mckinley, Jr. OF OHIO....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

itifr): v-fc-J . ?? CAW .P F ! kt-W vjgtfawrw Ssi?&i jy-' "-rj j- V ' 3 N THE WASHINGTON BEE. I G ;S5;:5Sii'"5SSa?', I A -3? J Mine BARNETT, ;::;:;;;::::,:,: ;:;;;:;: in, j 1807 7th St., N. W., I w a s a ingtojst, d. o. . Spring hats of every description always on hand. i f"T WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO CONSULT i -- us before having your Jewelry and Clocks , repaired. As we have for years appeared t before you, we ha ero doubt that you have t witnessed the fact that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. YweK :- EYEKYTIIM NEW Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. $" U2 6 .: i 6 11 tr ypisw; MV- V 3T m m m s s izW& wx rt,, m mss&i W& Wonders j'i &&m irrn T foj&g-.? mrOKi.a hum 7t vi v -xia w .-? w his v ,en,iincr a jtich-rdson and wife. Trot. J M. and Mrs. Fannie Gregory, tp ana smaii oov nave Deen - - " week with Dr. George H. .'ZyCtst- TXXU. Ffj-.tre is a very fashionable and pre nosting widow, from Boston, Mass., intK' city, who is an heiress. In a few fal sh...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

wm rs h si pppsflf- -MPS 1 - ; "&' j!& "&&M' ." vj ft &?' -- V rffwimv & ? BsfaK; .-: H" 6 THE WASHINGTON BEE. Vi i WJ 18 : i . f, ; t" i JBi ", ;. m W' 1 ! ' ' i! rM -; n- r j? - J T 41 ) j H ft 1 1 EIOHARD SYLVESTER. Bicli&rd Sylvester, the chief clerk of the Police Department, is as well and as favorably known as any official in the District government. He is a genial, pleasant gentleman, with far less objectionable charac teristics than the average director of men. Mr. Sylvester's duties are simply multitudinous. It is said that no man's position in this life is so im portant that it could not be filled by another. In the case of Mr. Sylvester, Chief of Police Moore could honestly and feelingly testify to the contrary. It would take lim itless space to so Tecount Mr. Syl. vester's duties. It may, perhaps, suffice to say, however, that they are executed in a way that leaves few fault-finders and much of tener than otherwise a warm friend. Personally, M...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

WJ"Vi t !""". B $ Cg ? are" l"k -s.- .kaSis J,,- ---- " - S ? ' i . "' ;, ' ' o t " t- K v.,' ?; T. " - 5 -1 t J" PAPER J -" i ... T - -A - THE WASHINGTON BEE. ?siSiS L. . I 'i- - ; . Vi ,ra ! it is tt N 1 A FQITES Do not allow yourself to have more leputation than character. It is the silly girl who thinks that if she can't do a thing other girls can't. Education oftimes softens the brain of a narrow-minded person. While at school girls should learn to jetain their mother wit, for without that, education is but little good. It is like placing one chair in a well built iouse. Tfvr.u are doing: nothing: vourself. don't complain of other people's not do:ng enough. v B. It is very foolish for a erirl, creven a number of girls, to undertake an enterprise without money. If you anticipate getting your support from lit public, get its assurance before commencing business. Don't get discouraged and become envious of every one. Read, observe and think; and if you have any talent, 'ith persev...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

rI 1jr v " w r -!. WASHINGTON BEE, r . - -, - - - - "ti - -i -, - , - v - j- r --- -r -57- - j- . "-j TV ,r'sr - - . .w,-.'Tr; "' " 4 tiKi - ..-. t, 1 tarm ana i x , I ' i1 U r- Y'A imi !l Jf . i i 4 j i -1 4 K ! Mr V ,i"!w 1 Vs. x & ,. o St rtw fflMX v n" r xaHiir7ss 1 3SMgiN 1W ' tJr irttVX rsm-T SSSSS'SZGe-, irfft' x.va 'ry grar Hon. John C. Dancey, of North Car olina, passed through, the city Wednes day for his home South. Edward Furbush, Esq., is in the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Messer. Mr. Jesse Lawson is at Asbury Park, N. J. Mrs. Mary Church-Terrell is the guest of Mrs. Francis at Highland Beach. Mr. Addison A. Syphax will leave the city to-day to join his wife at Mid dleburg, Va. r AMERICANS ESCAPED INJDR1 FIRST OFFICIAL. MESSAGE BECEIVE1 AT WASHINGTON. DEAF AND DUMB CONVENKON. 2AV, WtZM Vrl t r Vl Miss Georgie Savoy, the organist at Israel Methodist Church, is one of the most aceomplished pianists in this city. Misses Seward and Mary Bruce Trill no doubt give...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

v-p'. - wmm mwmmm i2?; 'f?;v,:5 ',;.- i-J.' ' X"'" -3; . v a - -vT V PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE fe les 1 FIRESIDE GOMPMION. -t3. is true if you see it in THE BEE. GREAT ADYERTISIN6 MEDIDH. JDo tou want reliable news? Do you want a fearless race advocate? Do you want colored trade? Read and advertise n XEOB SEE I T BOEEO"W T'MTg T3AT3TTR. WASHINGTON -i-JCi Vol. 2CI-V. rA.SHI2STOfI103T, ID- O., S-A-TTTjR:D.A-r, XTCr-UTSI? 2. 1895. 3STo- a. rarak COL. J. "W. DOTJGLASS. One of the most distinguished men aS Commissioner of the District of Co lumbia was Col. John W. Douglass, ex-Commissioner of the District of Columbia under the Harrison adminis tration. Col. Douglass, while he was Com missioner, was criticised because he refused to remove democrats from office. He always maintained that the jt, W&f,. . im$W- iJFi ' a'xi i?xyz.', m offices were equally divided, and al though the republicans of the District of Columbia reported Col. Douglass to President Harrison and the National Committee, ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

' "5 ' 5q.?' rr ,'fTar' Vi1 ' ? V, tr grajsrr ' i&gr" & ,'B,---' J4 iTJ -nK til jI .! i A . )iJ' r j 1. v ! i yti 1 Mi fit r if I 2 iliflliw WK 4HI - rv m. i m i iiv n din v iirr I lU wmtB Did you see the Bee. It is tlie town talk. l "" The demand for the i2sxk" VTiW -v Bee last week was great. It was a surprise to the Colored American, Instead of swallowing the Bee it has swallowed the Colored Ameri can. If you don't believe it call and see. The people want a live paper as well as a clean one. The Bee is greater than any Col ored American in existence. If you want all the news, read the Bee. When you see it in the Bee it is so. Albany Johnson, of Maiden Lane, Albany N. Y., is again on the fence. McKinley will be elected Presi dent of the United States. Senator Quay is on top. Be what you are and not what 3tou are not. People pretend that they are with you, but only waiting an opportu nity to knife you. Be honest with your friends, as you may have to borrow from them some da...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

:"; - 1 '-- r'V THE WASHINGTON BEE. ) ' i if ftil J 1 kiflft mm FASHIONABLE Xothing is occupying our attention more at present to the exclusion of al most every other form of dress bodices than blouses. A charming one for a smart occasion is made of pale silk crlace ilk, the sleeves are entirely new fn dign and nave a Pretty effect with the ri'll butterfly gathering down the centre of the outer arm, a chemisette of line muslin narrowly tucked and trimmed with edging and frills. The coffee o lor Valenciennes laces are also quite new . An attractive walking costume is of ash jrray serge. The skirt moderately wide and bordered with a band of Rus sian leather. The corsage hooks in front toward the left side under narrow tra:i. of leather, which also trim the Hide rer of green satin trims the front, and finishes into a square collet in:h- bark. Ai'retty cape is of Scotch plaid, IinVu u it h silk. The pelerine is round ed in tront with small side pockets. A ctMoiul rollcri is headed by a ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

. ' v ;",-.- ,, .-- ' .- V "J f ". - t ' t . '' U THE WASHINGTON BEE. ' i -; i l 9 is i 4 j I J : A i i VI t . 3M Published evey Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Uorthwest, Washington, U.C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington -as second class mail matter. BEE. W. CATVIST CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1..50 Six mouths 1-00 Three -months 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVEHTISIXG5RATES. One inch. one month $1.00 one w w J Quarter column " o.uu 7.50 15.00 10.00 55.00 75.00 Half column " One column " 41 44 One inch, one year Quarter column " " Laii UU1UIUI1 One column " " 150.00 " Special notices 10 cents per line Ten lines constitute an inch. FOR PRESIDENT : WILLI AMJUcKINLEY.'Jr. OF OHIO. MARYLAND REPUBLICANS. We understand that 'the republi cans have put the strongest and best ticket inthe field, and there is some hopes of their carrying the State. Indications show that all of the colored republicans are united on the ticket, and those colored men who have h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

- 'V. THE WASHINGTON BEE. -4 I -n- r Mme BARNETT, NOUSl SEW IB : " -5 :. 3i I i.'-. .. v-"v;. WV:-. .- EYERYTIM NEW mm & 2 . BKSShSSsS; MW, k .?& r I 1807 ?th St., N. W., f , WASHINGTON-. D. C. SDTingb&ts of every description always on band. T-WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO CONSULT us before havincr vour Jewelry and Cocks' repaired. As Ave have for years appeared before you, we ha . e r o doubt that you have witnessed the fact ihat we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. The Washingtonians at Fortress Monroe are having pleasant receptions. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cook, who re biie near Howard University, have ik er given a reception since they have been in the city. They no doubt be lk e that receptions are costly articles. The coming marriage of Dr. T. L. U pshaw will be one of the most brilliant events in the social circle. Mr. H. C. Bruce, who has been keep ing house at 1930 Eleventh street, n.w., h now at 1926 Eleventh street, where he finds it more agreeable to his ex chequer. Mrs. W. H. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

we Jtji 1 ij Hit ym ' """ '' - 1 M ' tZ.-ml v. ftTOimoTirTmrrnAnnxnTiTT , THE TIEED PEELING. flfl '.! ,r miJ uuaaiB nua wamannmii : llMUIAINo IW New Liiani. - " TrT -.- ! . " J- Ja-Lt V t 5. si li t it 4 .$w ft . sfe - I Bnxior Has It That They Will Indorse Him in Their Convention. Rome, Aug. 20. The result of the Re publican Convention, held here Satur day, and the bolt by the Coggeshall fac tion, have caused no end of comment among Republicans and Democrats. Mr. Coggeshall is being severely criti ofeed but the more severe the criticism the better pleased he seems to be. If what a prominent Democratic leader in Oneida county politics told me to-night is true, wiere is sflme method In the bolt of yesterday. He said: "Did you know the Democrats of the county are going to Indorse Coggeshall for Senator? That is the talk. And it Is understood that he is to run as the Independent candidate, and, if elected, he has promised the Democrats to be Independent on all questions." If this be tr...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

H ''"" v- -' - -- X '' ' jS tP " THE WASHINGTON BEE. Ill I "" " . , The duties of a house mother are manv and varied, and to fill herposi tion acceptably a girl must learn them -11 Should you shun cooking, sewing or 'cleaning, laundry work, etc., you Y,-ill not only make an unsuitable wife, but a poor directress. A girl should not be carried away withthe idea that she is the most ele gant girl in town because several young Jnen happen to call on her. Such an idea leads to unpopularity. If you are wise and hope that the future has good things in store for you ,.0u must learn to be particular with ivhom you associate. How many girls stop to think that every emotion of the mind, each ugly expression or thoughi, each tender svmpatny or nouxe yearning or aspira tion, leaves a trace upon the features, deepening the lines that make either beauty or ugliness ? Let every girl to whom this points enter into a serious, solemn compact with herself and be resolved to make the most strenuous effo...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1895

SSi V 7TIaiBIMaaaaaaalaaaaaaHaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaailaaaHa I .' "-Vl . "f? .'jmJp3 ' -f V rSS9KReStiVPm9enBBIBnHBnBS9n(lniHRlB91BBVaB!!Q?S'?7 -fT -'.yv , gSSSajKjNFj.s" 1sPT?K53v5?rT - ' 'I-' I.I ffc !t ?- 45 :v1 1 ? tff- It ' i. I i 4k 'f j $tv if i': f s- . - ; I si ' lP r j jn safcVArcs&SisPssi RaFaF rf$&yB&J$&' s' H . . .'y . ir .a .'.1 .bbbl bbk-o -i. - - 1 -i -- - i:vm1f2Z-' ftj:': CT5ss Ai;-i ikXM SSfS?Si'2 MU ffih??!-7iS5. lilii rs?jns .T.Hr.i .s.r? iJi-ji&?s? 4. ft Sim r?Z?i7&r W Kernan will have fine attractions this season. The Wooers excursion to Gly mont was not well attended. A small crowd went to Norfolk last Saturday. HaniilcarTurleigliwill revive the Amateur Glee Club. Madame Sissieretta Jones is gain ing great laurels in Germany. A large crowd went to Bay Ridge Sunday morning. The Cleveland Minstrels is the greatest in this country. Robert Downing, the greatest actor in the country to-day, will appear at the National in a new play. The Morton Club...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

gMF!Pm. 1-1 - -m&JZ. jaaJUa!eJgP ' 'h- "V - f ft """ vv'l, . , sv rv v J!Vp:Trr:Cv I r. fC7-7.?sJ fsf J JS H-117T "?- i X 1 1 i A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. i lee GREAT ADYEIfflSIM MEDIDM. I FIRESIDECOMPfflOR. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. pOINT'tr BOHP,0"W THIS -P a T-nH? Do you. icant reliable nexes? Do you icant a fearless rare advocate? Do you want colored trade? Head and advertise n TJTT: SJEB ! WASHINGTON Mftma iii m Vol- 2I"V". "Vvr-A.sni3sra-rx'Oisr, id. o stttid.-z-, -Acrcr-u-sa? 31, 1895. 2STo. 0.O- F-fir r ' '"- -; -to - - " i -iWfUaWfUWMJ 3u, eery tli& iort y ER louse- ,, fine! yCKS. ..- - DEFEATED BY FRAUD. tC SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS tLPCT CONGRESSMEN HON. GEO. ,. MURRAY'S CONTEST. Mr. Thomas H. Wheeler, attorney 4tT Hon. Geo. W. Murray, of South f ,- hn.i, who is a contestant for a seat r. f( iress against Hon. Wm. Elliott, h-- i repared a very able brief in tile ry oi Mr. Murray, which shows how jv (j-mocrats of South Carolina elect n-rr' t r- of Congress b...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

I ,2HF M.S fflF :fft 11 i r ; : i ; ; y i SiS X B.Y4fe . i iss Be honest with those who are true to you. False friendship is worse than a snake-bite. When you think you are right, you are often in the wrong. The true man or woman will not get offended at a joke. Our actions often make us lose our best and most sincere friendB, A spoiled woman gets offended at the least offense. We often discard a man after we have used him to our advantage. Bear this in mind, a true friend is as good as sound money. A dissatisfied woman is always unhappy. She often misjudges good andhon est motives. They often wish for the end to come. The'end often comes to their det riment. Never use a man for what you can get out of him. Ingratitude is stronger than trai tors' arms. A farmer is more independent than an office-holder. Unhappy is the man who hangs on official favors. Men will often lie on one another. A good lawyer will attend to his business, A fretful attorney is a dangerous man. A corrupt judge ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

J " THE WASHINGTON BEE. WWBHIMBJ u I ' I : : . fcfl MfW -- J u V wrs 1 mSWfONABLE Iflrl For early promenade at the watering resorts, as indeed for morning wear generally, airy bonnets are seen which frame a young face to great advantage. The crown is made of transDarent straw, surrounded by flowers of white or light colored crepe, with ruffles of white or light colored crepe, with ruf fles of butter-colored Valenciennes lace. There is a variation of large forms of hats, mostly of coarse straw, and verv mall one pointing to a contrary ten dency. The only way in which all hhov a marked resemblance is in the trimming, which is being placed more towards the breadth of the hat. It is especially chic to wear gloves of w hile Swede leather. Chamois gloves uith simple dresses for daily use are still in demand. The new material is the crepon i,r.'.mte. too heavy for hot days, it will be mo.-jt convenient for the chilly fall days. As for alpacas, it is said that they will be as fashionable ne...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

ill f&! r - ' fl MS. i ftM' 'it' ) 2 i: f '1 TI E Published evcy Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Isbrtbwest. Washington. D. C. Entered at thf Post Officp at Wa6hiugtOD as second class mail matter. W. CALYIX:CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copvper vear 82.00 Six months.. . 1-00 Three months o City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVE11TKIXGRATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column 4 li 5.00 Half column ' " 7.50 One column 4 " 35.00 One inch. one year 10.00 Quarter column 4t oS.OU Half column " 4- 75.00 One column " " 150.00 special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. FOR PRESIDENT : william Mckinley, Jr. OF OHIO. OUR SCHOOLS. As the school vacation draws to a close, the politicians and dissatisfied school trustee candidates file their petitions with the District Commis sioners requesting a change in the personelle of the trustee board of the public schools. There seems to be more conten tion among the colored element than any other class of people. Let us r...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

Bf8j r ns THE WASHINGTON BEE. Mme BARNETT, FASHIQHHABLE II IK . nun, 1807 7th St., N. W- WASHINGTON, D. C. Sptinghats of every description always On band. I 3 :- EYEEYTIMIEW Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. 3BgaiiiBiffi8iSi8SBBai3Bamaffis VSl rAy.vy.rtsAVAi.ywVAvcS3 5S f T WOULD BE ADVJSABLE TO CONSULT -- us before having your Jewelry and Clocks repaired. As we have for years appeared before you, we ha e r o doubt that you" have witnessed the fact that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. ; S i AN. Wonders 53 s?i X5I ITCH EMM. ' : .Oj - fat: . f- tr II- W ;:.t It . ;;. K. Bruce left the city last attend the funeral of her aged . She lias the sympathy of many . .-hn R. Lynch is one of the omplished lady in this coun H' r trip abroad was more than a cnefitto her. -, H. P. Cheatham, of N. C, will .,e next winter after his con - s -tiled. He has an interesting , vl two lovely children. Sadie R. Key has a large share it-orge Lear-. As well as a ' serial parts, she believes in Mone...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

sessHBassapxai . -t- - ?rwsS5P?s- IT -; -. -! ' 6 THE WASHINGTON BEE. . i I V, J i B ' i i H My i - &- B Tlt . Til fi - a HP ' r ' '&t f?f) v " - r -- ---, gjflkQiment 6T physical perfection. " " "" v " -.-., . ---m)sn3mitm g . THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. i33t. uuct :- . r ii-s-f x General. 'A cuedit of $1,500,000 to pay the Mora Claim was gazetted at Madrid. The "United States cruiser San Fran cisco arrived at Havre yesterdayc The United States cruiser San Fran cisco sailed from Gravesend for Havre yesterday. A force of 30,000 cavalrymen will be sent by Spain to reinforce the Spanish army In Cuba. The Glass Trust met in Cleveland and advanced the price of window glass fifteen per cent. The condition of Mr. George Augustus Sala, who is ill at Brighton, England, is much more serious. Peter Frederick Rothermol, the fam ous historical painter, died at Potts down, Pa., yesterday, a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

"- ,-v. to PAPER Fl TJD M I i frtvvA -JSATaj ? 3Jl 2A.sua "' ,! SWM? Tt .s not the most perfect in outward fort" who usually inspire the deepest re,j 1 1 1 for themselves or any one else. y ,Je-ty in speech, as the same in (jj-'ess shows good sense, and girls shi - be careful not to dress too gay. 7 1.e most lasting attachments are lav ished on women possessing but a mod erate share of personal attractions. t is uncouth for three or more girls to I reading and for one to burst out in a laughter. It is very annoying to tin others. -eauty of person has been regarded in t . ry age as an effective weapon to conj;K'r man and 1 do not condemn an vrl for making herself as prepos sessing as possible. Aoid powder and paint or any cos inetH s that will tend to make you look pn u , as most men dislike artificial beaut . It ,s a sin to wish to be beautiful, as it U ads manr a young woman into num 1 erli ss follies and extravagances. half of the hours spent in the adorn mi nt of the person were ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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