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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1895

AND AND WASHINGTON &'' .. i.Z?-;7-""iv-r:.l- ' -. '' -I'. PRESS THE BUTTON x RECOGNIZED AS A NEGRo' GA., Aug.23.-b j, that President THE WASHINGTON BEE. .'. pA PA1 . iff''--'' J'-' - ' ' '" """ -.-." ' ' I; 4 '1 iA m n Mt . - . i . fl j Jslsros&ir... - - - ,&& 4 it Ji .tr W? fcT Wf -. -. . 5'Jr asjt mmffffs,7 55 M . -V L GRAWROCKLAKD HOTEL BURKS. SIR KNIGHTS EEL BOSTON. A ,& 9ZM& 'JXf f -J SHI Mil Downing will be at Albuigli's next week. The Cleveland minstrels that are at the Academy of Music this week are said to be the finest in the country. The excursion by the crew of the George Leary on the lSth of Sep tember to Glymont will be one of the best of the season. The dramatic season will open nest week. Prof. J. T. Lay ton will be the -musical director of the schools. The old Amateur Glee Club will be revived soon. Mrs. Ida Richardson instructs her children on the piano. Cape May is noted for its musical entertainments. On the lSth of this month the crew on ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

W&': i.,,;-,. .-, 4?-)?cr" -,": ',; ; ' r- ..-" "" 7 ? 5"r3-'f!' .. -. JfJ9 -l?5f-q? V ( V 1 v- J. T",","w- v,- r JA PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, I FIRESIDE CQMPMIQI It is true if you see it in THE BEE. GREAT ADYERTMG MEDIUM. Do you want reliable news? Do you want a fearless race advocate? Do you tcant colored trade? Bead and advertise xn THE BEE 1 WASHINGTON Vol- ZZZTTV. "T7".sH:i3Ta-,x,o3sr, id. a., s.TXjnD.-r, septembee vt ises. 3STo. 11, 'jHIBE2sSs5 --"' & ' t -"- , .. . .j ,,- -! , l-W-JJ-' tj w f'y5ef' . J J3tf&5 S " bbV xtZ? JjaaaH Mtfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw '1 rra JpSJ aaaaaam r?Jsstm&JBaaaaaaY VYtaamHaaaaBw'7 m i nr T "- -iflffy THE PAST AND THE PRES ENT. . THE NEGRO AND THE DEMO CRATIC PARTY., A REVIEW OF LIVE TOPICS. 15V CARL THOMAS. In these days of political excitement ;,nd activity throughout the states it is ikarly seen that the brother in black i-,n 't in it. ' ' He casts many thousands : votes in Pennsylvania and New York . s well as in other of the gre...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

THE WASHINGTON BEE. I I i i ': 1 !t ' IP hP 1 B7-TH- ic x1 v ,aHto. s?. v-. District delegates and who will the- be ? All the candidates are certain. Gleason leads the contest. Popular sentiment expressed through the Bee. The people will select their choice. !Never push a man when he is go in e down the hill. Judge Scott has become a popu lar favorite as one of the judges of the police court. He doesn't believe in big fines, nor will he convict a working man on technicalities. He knows a thing when he sees it. A brick house has to fall on some people before they are convinced. Let us be wise at all times. The Bee is the people's paper. When you have a jewel take care of it. Be careful what you sa and when you say it. By the wayside, they say some pretty things. Invitation excursions are a detri ment among colored people. When they are given they should be appreciated, Great men will protect their country. Don't fail to read the Bee next week. Be true to your friends. Some people thi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

7 - JC f -" -' 1 t T " C 1U- Ai r V THE WASHINGTON BEE. .ne iU. oal led sts ace md L 1 ti one v I EftSHfONSBLE. It is still very warm to treat of com- iR autumn styles at great length with cuolnuislm yet prevails everywhere, A white muslin gown of distinctly at- I nvcthe detail was recently seen, with ' minions of black laces' alfernating ' u-tli tucks, the hodice of this beine made entirely of strips of tucks and the , insertions, the sleeves matches it and onh nachss to the elbow, while the hr.nig was of white silk. In woolen goods importers say that cr. )t.n and mohair, especially in black, lul'Uied by brown and bine will be in iht !v id. Snk dresses and cross bars are intro . ! uii figuerd and plain crepons. f,t pon sleeves and skirt will be seen with a plain or changeable silk waist. ltrt is to be very fashionable dur jr, t'lt-- lall and winter. Ht.r cream or ecrue lace, jet black ar : '.aiigeablejcolors, passementeries t.f ;.. M.les and beads and satin rib .. .it the trimmings...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

ft ' 1 . 'IE I. .. I si L'. I it 1 i t S ? ' I 'i tt ' 1 S 'h ;i ft y- r i I H7 3 1 i i mum MMiggggwgge . I ' . - i .. i -r -m. i . - a i ll MB fe BEE. Published eve-y Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Northwest, Washington. D.C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class raail matter. W. CALVIX'CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $2 .00 Six months 1-00 Three mouths 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVERTISESTGjRATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column " li 5.00 Half column " . " ".50 One column u " 35.00 One inch, onej'ear 30.00 Quarter column " " 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 -1 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. -i rr.A' FOR PRESIDENT : " william Mckinley, Jr., OF OHIO. aSSs A LIBEL. On the front page of this week's issue of the Bee will be seen an ar ticle from the Literary Digest, one of the most widely-circulated jour nals in the country, entitled "The Negro in American Politics.' If there ever wa...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

'-JW-iw"?' gimaaii - ,Sfe. THE WASHINGTON BEE. 5 ? Mme. BARNETT, :- EYEETTIIKGIEW Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. FASBISAJIS Iff 1010! IBID, 1807 7th St., N. W., WASBINGT02ST, D. C. SpTinghats of every description always On hand. t h m y3c-yx-Styyy . . IT WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO CONSULT us before having your Jewelry and Clocks repaired. As we have for years appeared before you, we ha- e i o doubt that you have witnessed tue fact that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. A J .. NV,. IKI W9k Pi'CM..A5r'' r-.. yir' c!s,iij4i v wtsm w. nn I.MIIiSi fill yAitS1 AS 35 UVKECIATING- THEIR SEE-VICES. A i LIMEXTARY AT COLTON ON THE POTOMAC. i ;.ressly for The Washington Bee. in v cr- o (M P u ( j t: 1. ' 1U t..' management and guests of the t Colton, desiring to express j.meciation of the splendid serv- ,,i.n all season by' the efficient r.if help, tendered a ball and cake 1 i . the help and citizens in the vi- List Monday. The dinning hall, i.n pavilion indeed the freedom , place were g...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

THE WASHINGTON BEE. SF.l k ' ' I w. if i i-i . 13 ! . i i Mf! ' il Ti DYER 100 PERSONS IKJURED. WIL XXaiME BUNS IKTO A LOADED T&iUK ON THK SEABEACH ROAD. Focr Cars Telescoped and Blazing Coals From the Engine Set Fire to the Wreck Engineer aad Fireman Abandon Their Pouts, and tho Shock of the Collision Opcus the Throttle ana scare mo rua i ... . ,. i- - V V. Engine at Full Speed Toward Coney Island Again With Its Cab Ablaxe Tbe Railroad Officials at Bay Ridge and Coney Island Aware of the Impending Disaster, but Powerless to Avert It At Woodlawn Station the Wild Engine Runs Into the Roar of the Coney Island Train. ; New York, Sept. 3. More than one hundred persons were seriously injured and nearly a score may die as the result of an accident on the New York and Sea Beach Railway yesterday afternoon at Woodlawn Park, L. I. An engine crashed into an empty train near Bay Ridge The cab was smashed and the engineer covered with wreckage. When he extricated himself he found that he co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

WWlWt4UII)ll.iaiiMI'WJILliJJLJ " - .TUW -r.-r. V. J3fc THE WASHINGTON BEE. r the bo ier. the Ul8 aot by .th its th iot m. Je & re m is r-I. POIKT , . -"i 3? '5.v Kfr hT- J ?07 3 R J r" ' .- j U ?'"" K J flU c rtfiiiK-. .THE NEWSIEST AND BEST PUBLISHED. JOURNAL je .,' !'' ,- -' curt , V .-' A s,! .. .v- i - .t v - s i tr-: ileman will smoke in the -n ladies are present, and v,.i:i attembt such he should ' ' buke from the ladies. true man or woman that pays ! . the least offense, and those 'le most are the most sensi- A-ii want their own say and .-. time, or else there is no sensible woman will do her 'hen if satisfaction is not as loes well to lavish her afifeo me one else. f e man who is always preach- t his own good name and ;her people, especially when , ,- despairingly of ladies. He and traitor. : ntimes make women dissat ,ut doing what they say and ..t they mean. A man who . man should not be guilty of her to anger. . rh make a great mistake by , ., man to have their company...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1895

B ir I j THE WASHINGTON BEE. si. 35 2 : -""' " O ;s twit i . . ' ..... K 4 H ?f -t I i ; i J Hi 1 " 'e m ' i -Ji The excursion to Norfolk, Va., on last Wednesday evening by the Y, M. C. A., was not largely at tended not over 50 people went down. Robert Downing in his new play this week at Albauglr's was well re ceived. The house was packed Monday night. Mr. Downing was called before the curtain to make a spaech. The St. Augustine's Church car ried to Glymont on Wednesday about 2500 people. Mr. Downing will play The Gladiator at Albaugh's to-night. Misses Merritt, Eva and Lulie Chase will leave the city for Louis ville, KyM to-morrow. They will attend the encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic. Mr. W. T. Benjamin is one of the oldest bass singers in the city. , About six or seven hundred peo ple witnessed the game of base ball Wednesday ftfter.UQon between the Market House and Natio als- The I Market House played a lively u( 1 interesting game. The wildest ati- thusiasm prevail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

yFS J T& ' 7" - W. fc V "- -Tr m.iiPH jn n j.igl'g" .- ! i.XiWll.. W . -V I &U&& jzttt fX PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. I FIRESIDE -COMPMIQI It is true if you see it in THE BEE. jjOJ'I EOZEURCTW '-L'.H IB pjpee GREAT MEiKING MEDIUM. Do you want reliable news? Do you want a fearless race advocate? Do you want colored trade? Head and advertise in TILE DJSJE I "- WASHINGTON .?-i v-ci xitt w.a.shixn'gctoi&t, id. a., sn?TjmTziDj&rzr, septembeb 1-4, 1395. 2STo. 12 0 -AC p f3 kJ?39'&jMiaaal 131 1 1 6MM'"TilWr 8P Si a. IlSes3 H M '" im2S3X&ii wlWrv vtfiY' ; .r-r BSp?3jR exit's mail here- aaa of ALMOST A LYNCHING. Silcott Springs, Va., September n, 1895. (Special to the.Bee.) lew days ago a colored man by the r.nu- of Allen was taken from the shoe nwki r shop of Mr. John R. Webb, a pr..n.inent colored farmer of this place, a:.J the owner of a summer .resort for tin 1 olored people, carried before a n listrate and charged with having c inniitted an assault on a white w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

v. THE WASHINGTON BEE, AN ANGEL UNAWARES. CHEERS- FOR GEN. LEE;. OHIO'S CAMPAIGN OPBHED. j r ' 2 W ! I c , V ' v 0q t 4 4 0; HTvJ "m, If -TH -fl -n asp imp Hear some dogs bark. A man who shows his teeth when he grins and has no respect for his gums is dangerous. A person who pretends that they are anxious to do a thing to your interest and fail to do it is not to be trusted. Those who believe that they will be elected to the next convention may slip up. A man who may think he is com ing from his district will get left. A man who says he has so much strength in his district is often dis appointed. Let us have peace, although you may disagree. The boodlers are on the outlook for a candidate. The man who goes to the conven tion must be strong. In union there is strength. Let us live in hope, although you may die in despair. All that glitters is not gold. All gold does not glitters. A man may be great in his own estimation, but he is often disap pointed. We don't hear so much of the cir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

HiHIVlS!?lilVH?MieK!r!!Vl7PH 9 T?- vw -- --sa"- ' z -"'frfr -at; esTr-' 7 ii i iimmiii .m, , I i in. r r "-"w"'i ..... vMm&imA ii ii -m ! nm,ninrlfl-f i-lihrtnr -1 - -n im i nirfi i-- - - - rr . . . - ... .. , im PMi-iriiftL wmmf rtayyw . wirjjt!stitviiyv' X J " ' ' V fYJff1 1 'WrT'Wl . V ir.-nirtrifrt nwiBH,,,, 'iTWHMWi'ittilT'WiWWWIOnjiW.WngiJi.jW --.-v. f l' THE WASHINGTON BEE. p. m w 3& pt al S5 -a 9i $5 he isl ii ,iSv3 N. BaSHlQNgBLE. FIi uers as well as feathers will ap reilr.n tne fall and winter hats and bunn s- Ti.c stle of coiffure has much to do nfthVit arrangement of the bonnet on ,'1,,. !. Ifthe hair is parted the tOIin, t is placed a little further back ban u i" ,! eltner a pompadour or bang p. Ucr rosettes are made of tinv T0M Jb and of violets, but the good Mj-ini.i the violet rosette is lost if any Lthtr th m elvet violets are used. r.,!s of lace, arranged after the fash L,n ,,i , urtains, are seen on the back of ,yiiK -i) the small bonnets that come Horn Ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

r " lip ji"niJ im? y 1 1 "i f li V w-J- t - m rtAjeaaiiAi -ii a. Oi " - r TfflB-saN&TON BEE. t dftt ' . sis jsPs SB i tfl m t Wt M I M M 11 M 1 ; V ' 'I ' t : l i : - . J f ' l , j . J r 7 .. ' H kK v ra ! I M ' lalra & Published eve-y Saturday at HOD I Stieet Northwest, Washington, U. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington -as sinntl olnss mail inattpr J ill "' MS Xg BEE. J II . : W. CALVIX CIIASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $2.00 Six months 1-00 Three months 50 City subscribers, montlily 20 ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column ' " 5.00 Half column " u 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column " " oo.OO Half column " " '75.00 One column " " .... 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line Ten lines constitute an inch. FOR PRESIDENT : william Mckinley, Jr. OF OHIO. THE SITUATION IN SOUTH CAROLINA. The now goiug-oii consummation of the base, uncalled-for and scoun drelly designs of the Tillman row dies in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

"ISYa "-'":- THE WASHINGTON BEE Mme BARNETT, FfflOIlE IV YORK W-ii.f tv. !- , 441 utw :- EVERYTHING NEW Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. 1807 7th St., N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0. Spring hats or every description always on band. gSgS&gSfe ! S3 j TT WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO CONSULT -- us before bavlug your Jewelry and C ocks repaired As we have for years npneared before you, we ha e i o doubt, thai you have witness; d the fact that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. 5S5 Al '.7 .To V sft V.v 2 Won 55 J-V. PS?' f fXt ; Kit '. 0. ss AM - 5 , . i- , i , X --" r V -.; - - 'IBIB!. , , -i. rz&s7 - mm.i:i& WtVirv m MB Ml. tairf1 hs ttJk i j j rh. r- was a reception at the resi- je,,cc f the parsonage of Asbury Chun :i last Friday evening. Thr Livn party given at the residence njrs. Collins last week was attended fo a number of her friends. M', Win. H. Brooker gave a re link :i t" the members of her family last priJay night. Mrs. Brooker is one of 1k :i."ist interesting ladies i...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

"-- ? " fa. .m .tr - THE WASHINGTON BEE. ""V y iJ --S . ;l;v. O It f f s:-i 10, M I I M, v!i& 1PUI 1hi!H 1 8 i .. ffH j - t ll - & : JB K. Afi ' I t WfiW MM ' ' rr -rr-rr t TlTk HI T ATTTniTTT T TO TOfi OF WAR AT AMSTERDAM TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTBICT RE PUBLICANS HOLD A CONVENTION. Stobart Exam, of Schoharie County, Philip Keck, of Fulton and Stafford MoBhier, of Canajoharie, the Leading Candi dates for the Senatorial Nomination Mr. Kram Expects to be Benefitted by the Factional Fight Among the Other Delegates The Convention Meets at Noon To-Day. Amsterdam, Sept 10. It is believed faere that the convention which assem bled at 1 p. m. to-day (to nominate a Re puiMioan candidate for Senator from the ITwenty-EfeYenth district will engage in a tedious tug of -war. As has been pre viously, stated, Montgomery and Scho harie counties are each represented by seven delegates, with Fulton and Ham ilton together having the same repre eemtation. Schoharie comes instructed to irtand by Hobar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

I w --:.. v V 'C " T r -? ' " - v , . - " ' THE WASHINGTON BEE. jmff fM, should cultivate our minds as trell our appearance; if not, after a-es, ulien youth has passed away, all that w i' possess will lay -uncultivated anj dwindle to nothing. Tin re is nothing that keeps a man from marrying more than the constant pr0ol of how recklessly young girls 5penJ money. If a married woman is extravagant with money, her huaband seldom gives her enough to meet the demands even of the household. Men have a truer sense of the value of money because they are compelled t0 earn it, and when money comes hard te wine is greatly impressed. Entertaining ladies allow people to 5tc of bright intellect to see their thoa-Jits in formation, for prepared t.i!k V s a ready-made flatness. Jj u wish to be popular talk about Yihat interests your companions and ijl.1 w i at interests you. lun't talk about a person who was osi mr bosom friend ; if so you trill :k er have a friend. A position to find fault or depre...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1895

-H -r, v 1 f vt J 11 . ;, . 8 THE WASHINGTON BEE. - iml i 1PI I TOR WEOT'tf WTCWC r-a- W I f I 1 II IU II Li U IV LJ 11 II IS Lit ' ?8l 1 ' iP'Si a lp5ll jfjLfeph A Summary of Current Events The World's 3 'I I 1 (f yi I vASL fllyilt J ' Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered I I M f 1 yM and cndensed fr ur Reade,s- I I :W . ll " M!k I , General. I I If I ' wmmMwm- "F m ill ' wiVliP'-!i Wk I I l85ss ZSc-'-m-t-M-'Joii ' Mr. Beerbohm Tree, the actor, fell H Ti 4 4& W frHiSV;VKr. rri-, HLA i ' I H if DON'T FAIL. I I i I If H i -PI j1 " b if - -r '--.' . tiMM ill ifr" " .11 I ' : T- ' ft " f4 - ''Alt U UiV1li Br TJ7air i yvqfc&3grer.jj; The crew of the George Leary will give a grand excursion to Gly mont on the ISth of this month, next Wednesday. Every person "who has received the benefit of this boat and the-kind treatment from the crew should not fail to go down the river next Wednesday. There is the genial Austin Fick lin who is always ready to appease the wants of the passenge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1895

! . , V 7 , wwwerfJ!B3SWais-) J "N s - v y $ A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. i cP k Iw- I FIRESIDE COHPJHIOH. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. X02S" SOERO-57 THIS - A -p-Rrr.r & -ISA GMT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Do you icant reliable iieics? Do you irant a fearless race advocate? Do you want colored trade? Head and advertise in THJ2 DJEJEJ! M. WASHINGTON v rci x:i7" ",7"-A.SDE3:i3Sr3-rI?03Sr, ID. C, SATUKDAT, SEPTEMBER 21. 1895. OSTo. 12 &CH ;-'.- -" "I r MmZgzrp & ul 1 i i i ii r. i v- 'r- ::Iw!???B fHSiMii . HJfkW 4'vWaii.L "r-bTTLSi: f,iw. ) v : j w .-. :i ytl. ; sssEsssssrH ks&s-h m m x -..tssi'i v in f MP I 11 SEVERAL BUILDINGS BURN AND TELEGRAPH LINES ARE DOWN. ssg: ''V 73aran LOSS IS ALREADY $1,000,000 SESSSSS STC -sssia.it. FIVE STORY WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH BUILDING DAMAGED. israre Tiissrcn Indiana National Bank's Building: and tho Building Occupied by tho United States mid American Express Companies With the Carpet House of Eastman, Schleighter & Lee Destroyed W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1895

I ' : 2 THE WASHINGTON BEE. "" ' ' ' I JSt 1 f I i i i w m -. - : t- r- n x n n ji r m -r- ir a i - nAR.ivriar.srAikii-ti-N.tin.. i 1 tf i-iriiP "" PEOPLE OF NOTE. f u : V Sirls. &mA m J. E. would like to be a sage on till questions. Lightning may strike some peo ple in the school-board, but it is doubtful. The appointment of school trust ees will be made when Col. Boss re turns. The city postmaster, Mr. "Willett, moves in a mysterious way. Democrats attend to business the moment they get a chance. The democrats are no fools. Republicans get no more credit for being sympathetic than if they would give measure for measure. .Birds fly when they have occasion. A thief will steal when he gets an opportunity. We all should do something of importance in life. No man should be ungrateful to his fellow man. A good woman is a jewel when she is happy. Sometimes your friends work for glory. That day has passed now, and it is boodle. Boodle hunters are numerous in town. Some people think yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1895

Fn9BRiMMhalMnHmnBWOTHp7-V " W"a'---S gim" i'.M)tgij1iraa;ij1Ma.j-iwtf&iiii.TiiiuiJHrc..j!i r "Jt ' f THE WASHINGTON BEE. ' -3 (SVi .'iY Af pet i"rmKt EaSHLQNfiBL'& For the millinery to be in keeping with ilf toilette is an important factor. A beautiful autumn costume is of gjbciin crepon. The wide skirt of pas-jeint-nterie at the lower part. The cui -.age is draped with a fichu Marie Antoinette of dotted silk. Large bal loon .sleeves. A handsome walking costume can bcn'inposed of flowered pompadour latRU. The skirt with basque tabs in tht back and bands down the front of har.tisorne point d'Alencon, The cor suf 1 square figures, with collet ex-ttr-Mi.n over the shoulders and in the Another pretty costume of Havana dm h' f- The skirt has a side panel conyed of bands of white nousseline dt - ie and guipure, with spangles on e.u h side. The blouse has tight fitting vik- and est of guipure, with ribbon ijMjK r around the yoke. A ( hit" lookiug reception toilette of phi. ! ' rc-p...

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