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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1895

-Sf" f v -EJ, V Fi THE WASHINGTON BEE. nXLihiaflMHWi HHil"sWK:"lBfJ!fc "WflHBr; . -. -x to Lw5a jifeMi- r,7 &. 7 JEsjHt H ' ' IIS ' twI ' ' ' Hi: l. v B '1 V n i it fi! t y 5 xt ; f H ? t 5 I '. if -I jM h BIS 3PP V53 rau- ( ,.r t to the industrial negro, "it plainly and emphatically declared that the negro wras not an employer. Of the six thousand paraders, no insignifi cant number of whom were Afro Americans, not a dozen were annu ally maintained in supporting labor by negro employers, a fact making matter for surprise that negroes could have so large a representation. It is a matter for serious attention that colored people furnish no large employing class, and herein lies their principal source of political and industrial evils. The indus trial scheme of the District shows negro laborers and white laborers, white employers, but no negro em ployers ; in the light of this fact, is ptj j . ga " i T ?HMWMMF. ' - Wja Jfc Published eve-y Saturday at 1109 I Stieet North we6t, Washi...

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. — 21 September 1895

xMHPIPMl!MNHSNHHHNHV ' ' l"P MHHHH H , IB HIE WASHINGTON BEE. 1 ,; J Id '&A ln'?f vTFVi flirt Mme BARNETT, .;,;::::::;:;,::; ::;; idee 1807 7th St, N. W., WASOINGTOjST, D. 0. Swing hats of every description always on hand. TTT WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO CONSULT -- us before having your Jewelry and C ocks repaired As we have for jears appeared before you, we ha e i o doubt that you have wilnessrd the fact- that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. TL HOTEL DOUGLASS. hj rt r-y st- ee of last week it was said 'ame D. A. C. Jones, proprie ihe Hotel Douglass, would re- . r hotel at Nos. 220 13 street 11. ,5 Pennsylvania avenue n. w. t I uesday evening the invited assembled about S.300 clock. VuS J? T . t Ijj.,, ..a Jones received them in the ijr.rt trior in her usual affable man 2tr a;rh gave assurance that the ieu' -, was going to be spent in royal st. A 'i 9 o clock the guests were in vite i" me uiinng room oeiow, wnere t,:e nooK. 01 urn most cnoice viands tba: '1 xl been so carefully selected ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1895

THE WASHINGTON Jb 6 - V e-rfaafeis i m. h . M i H I 1 t REPUBLICAN COMMON. I 3CHE OLD TICKET JfOSEIXATED ACCLAMATION. g -yg 152 Harmony the Order of the Hour Few De lays and the Adjournment Was Hastened Along More Rapidly Than Was at First Anticipated. Saratoga, Sept. 18. The old ticket has oeen renominated by the Republican State Convention, and adjournment has -Seen taken. Myer Nussbaum, of Albany, presented .he name of John Palmer for Secretary rf State. James F. Gluck, of Buffalo, nominated James A. Roberts for Comptroller. Col. J. S. Cunning-ham presented Ad dison B. Colvin for Treasurer. William M. Griffith nominated State Engineer Adams for a second term. Michael Driscoll nominated Theodore E. Hancock for Attorney-General. All of the nominations were made by acclamation. Judge Celora E. Martin was nominated or the Court of Appeals. Saratoga, Sept 17. The most delight ful weather prevails here to-day, and the delegates to the Republican State Convention are making the mo3t of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1895

jr . -' -r-f Vi -S "L7ii-j t.- . THE WASHINGTON BEE. T WWmm . ?..''sa-&ii. W jHC 3 c'tl n.i" "'- "" "- " """ . rvnr ni'Q -v4- l nil Iiam 4 1 . ... ,l- line flirt i-zai-x-rl rf "Vr.aiarally pleasant and good na "? : n- or less ahvavs envied. re- ' ' M-iiv . person try to act pleasant!-, ,.,i : .'liny, auu sa gwu unus, j;:k t carry a dagger m their ; it is detectable by a wise r their laugh has the sound air thorns. -u. i';r.tK r ,ju 11 o strenuously on our work n -the t'i'iny bide ol me, is all a mis i . make work easv we should rrra;;. pleasant thoughts, which en- c ,,:t to accompnsn more tnan ne i;Mitr.t. ss of manner and thoughtless .'u ti.ii has cost the world so much ;, it- abandoned by our girls as ,-as oiing men. -s w. 11 to be pleasant, but tis bet- '.' . i.u rtain the good old spirit of rvruuiK'ss. t CK,-,i1-1 o iTifirridrl irt-n?in nov l, iiitention to another woman s !-ani tlian she does her own ? If uh.-t i the most advisable way to fr.nii tlH- husoana oi tne iormer a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1895

THE WASEDDNTGTON BEE. , 1 2 I 3 S 1 J 1 used MEXICAN .9b& F ', 8 . .. : mmmmmmamaammmmmmamhse&siAMam i i i i $ .i ;' I' i V . W .. " vj vr FISH TO DRAW RESOLUTIONS J' J HE WILL NOT BE CHAIRMAN jW OF THE state,con- ; DELEGATE CONTEST. . A L ATT MUST HEARKEN TO THE .DEMAND FOR A LARGER STATE COMMITTEE. The musical season will "be a lively one. Madame Sisseretta Jones will make her appearance here this win ter. Mrs. Flora Batson Bergan is gaining popularity wherever she goes. The crews excursion of the George Leary was largely attended on Wed nesday. The Bethel Literary will com mence next month. Lawyer W. C. Martin is organi zing a "literary society on liberal basis. That is, he will organize a society in which he will have dis cussions on all questions. Whether they are for or against the negro, for sound money or agianst it. This society will "be conducted in a parlimentary manner and strict rules of decorum will be followed. Eobart Downing is receiving ova tions wherever he...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

riWPt-J?vff- ?$ pj&WPS&&tS& ' r-zs-' ,' 1'Vit t . - j&Jrzsu-j && ms-v, 1 PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. 1 FIRESIDE CQMPMIOH. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. GREAT ADYEilSM MEDIUM, & 3o you want reliable news? Do you icant a fearless-race advocate? Do you rcant colored trade? Head and advertise xn THE J5JBJ5 -pOlT'I BOEBO-W 'L' H IS E A.TEE2, Washington: -ol 3CI7- "T-A.sniiTo-rro2Kr, id. c, saturdat", September 28. iees. 2STO- lr. r ' I tf' .ii ' - I m msL SSSSBtProJI VHlK IB SYRACUSE CONYEHTM, 1SE SPEECHES, PROCEEDINGS, PLAT FORM AND TICKET. jtat Committee Enlarged Senator Hill jn control Perry Belmont for Tempor ary Chairman Ex. Gov Flower Per manent Chairman. Convention Hall, Syracuse, Sept 24. Cool, bracing weather and bright sKles cre&ted the members and boomers of the State Convention when they arose this morning. Nearly everybody was astir early, for the announcement tnac there would be a meeting: of the State Oommittee at 9 o'clock, at which ti...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

rl Tgg' T"?" ,i; -.-...,; T. V X V - M X t X . ": THE WASHINGTON BEE. .H v. c I i f ' i v -.. N r y im pa MR Alte ra wrmtsmsx jumML. sv r s JFj:. IjzZjU'' i V affir- C AW'lW ffiaB t H I ITI . " fHl liiV. U ,w Tliesr Sa3 The fight for delegates will be lively. Many disappointments will come. Do you want a live and truthful paper ? Editor Cooper is preparing anoth er model for aspiring youth. It will be the Kansas tenderfoot, Men of strong moral convictions ought to be on the school board. A WRESTLING LION. Langston was declared a leader. Leaders are made and not de clared. Pools declare leaders, and as a flock of sheep, recognize one of their number as a leader, so do some ne groes. The race is without a leader, Mr. Boss will call a halt on some of the supervising principals. The present excise board ought to be abolished. It is an autocratic body, and no good to the men who are interested in it. Gleason will organize the central committee. It is a matter to be settled by the people....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

4W ?p.A, " THE WASHINGTON BEE. -- I i ' o D Is - nvssKU?i j;,'a i: "i I ifc-' W V i i.'ii. ,ii-T-iw i v k M Who; out Of its aboutj "guides 5n to 2ui be "e mil, ented b u toman reofpojj ; shapt, Kennbi 5 OOll aroun, mna -rated; aof se bu sw randi tne coa Sa is all aU. I uonaa should roon xrr itre. -oane andld idth iriy 3 and! for fur i botl y tti tries. yoar.i or equj ' lose lilt anca poiri up ban -H3 noni nd lf.r . i..t ' fo 0 ty b:i mSHr.QNfiBLE; IBlack and white, whether for mourn I.r ordinary wear, are combinations t art second to none for popularity A oretty chiffon and silk cape which U escapes the waist will be found Ud for breezy evenings and aiter- U5 u aicn we may now expect to perie:i t-. (pelic-tc- hued glace silks, gossames uze. fi'iu soic spnggea muslins may ,cuunui as tne laoncs lor excellence tnwiiirh me prettiest gowns are ::X Welui coats win De extremely chic lju:!l accompany generally brocade J silk dresses. Vjti.mn ciotns snow some ver ,rnnn color ettects, produce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

SJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS xT--"? , j .tr?3if$iSjSi ) ? ' ' J K , I'll ' ' " -":- ki. W I - ' 4 THE WASHINGTON BEE. If i l" I J . ; t i 8 I )' V1' V :Ti r-1 f rft ? ; me Published eve-y Saturday at 1109 I Street Northwest, Washington, D.C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington &s second class mall matter. J W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". One copy per year $2.0f Six months : 1-00 Three months 50 City subscribers,monthly 20 ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column " li 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 0.00 Quarter column " i ' 55.00 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 COLOR LINE. Now comes the news that the Co lumbia Law School has refused to admit an intelligent and educated colored man to study patent law. In the Paten...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

--"i.; t-, ISE WASHINGTON BEE. : ft'-s Mme. BARPfETT, luniu rout -. :- EYEEYTIIM IEW Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. ii 1 i -a fffirt IB 1807 7th St., N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0. Spring hats of every description always on hand. IT WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO CONSULT us before having your Jewelry aud Ciocks repaired As we have for jears appeared before you, we ha e 1.0 doubl that you have witness d the fact- that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. &y ypravfr . 55 s Mr. Wm. Warrick, of Philadelphia and Atlantic City, is here representing St. Philhps Church in the Episcopal convention. He is a guest of Mr. Dan iel Murray, 934 S street. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Stevens are in the city to attend the convention ; they are staying with Mrs. Jas. T. 'Bradford. Mr. Win. Marr, of New York, to gether with Mr. Peterson, delegates to the Episcopal convention, are guests of Mrs. Chas. Murray, 1207 I st. n. w. Mr. J. Frank Boston, of the Pension Office, will be married to Miss Arneta Joy some t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

nBw " IN 1 1 I M I M M .PMBI sisBSK FV3"rVX t fs rppW?'- tf - ST 5 gs5; w ts Jt THE WASHINGTON BEE. 6 p V- Vw i mill i BViBBHaHBaiBIBHaHH. k ?lHpliP$ i . "Pi ii fchj "J T'WI'' I". PlLiitPM '11! ii .jilii i, i' ' "" l . "i- ' ...'. i in J i ' 'I ) L-i i 1l . ' sj''t . "- n - Y M I" !L.' .' HI ml . William Turner, the engineer, was bad ly cut about the head and rendered un conscious. He cannot live. Several others were injured. Official advices from tJhe United States Minister to the Hawaiian Islands, under dai of September 4, state that up -to the time thirty-two cases of cholera had been reported in Honolulu of which twenty-five were fatal. Only one white person had died, a sailor on the United States steamship Bennington. No cases had been reported outside the city, and communication with Uhe other islands had been prohibited. No evi dence of panic existed, and the-people were cordially co-operating with the au thorities in their effort to stamp out -the THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

zz ' ' .Ji A jtfVi.V-v' -. t!f3SRS)W!SWAt tr. .V tnstss - THE WASHINGTON BEE. ' Ki --. -- i?-rf:vr--r'y- ,- A' & THE EIGHT-PAGE BEE. THE NEWSIEST AND BEST JOURNAL PUBLISHED. The man or woman who depends on amusemeuts and entertainments for the happiness of his life is a most unfortu nate being and a slave to the accidents and incidents of life. Personal happiness that is worth hav ing must be based on right feeling, right doing and generous impulses, thoughtfulness of others and forgetml ness of one's self. A work in the line that one enjoys is like rowing with the the tide or sowing with the grain. Talk can be made to order as fast as the tongue can run, hence girls should not believe all that a man says and think him too interesting to live with out. Girls are too quick to accept of a man's attention because of his position or looks. They should first find out whether or not he is married, his char acter and disposition. A married man posing as single deserves more abuses than...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1895

r-.?- . "V sva l . 5 r t 1 nHuP si W ' VK g g W EIBii The first celebrated concert will be given in November. The excursion of the 0. P. Mor ton Post, Grand Army of the Re public left with a large crowd for Norfolk, Va., on last Wednesday evening.- Among those who ac companied the Post down were Mrs. James Morgan and sisters, Mr. Austin Ficklin Mrs. 11. H. Key, Messrs. R. H. Key, "W. H. Brooker, Geo. H. Boston. The Union League Drum Corp, of 22 men under that popular commander. Major W. T. Holland. The drum corps was in full uniform and Major Holland who always looks out for his men shw that they were well cared for when they got on board. Just before the corps went on the boat Major Holland had -several line selections rendered much to the pleasure and enjoy ment of the excursionists. Mr. Hamilton Turleigh will bring forth the Amateur Glee Club this fall in some libw pieces. Di rector Turleigh will take his place among the high class musical direc tors this fall and winter. Prof. J...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1895

"V--W 'j-tJlVH -- Jl'K -1' - ssf'aS? 'S ?fAW?ITfT (A paper for the people. 1 FIRESIDE COMPANION. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. GREAT ADYETOIHG MEDIUM. Do you want reliable news? 'Do you want a fearless race advocate? Do you want colored trade? Bead and jadtrertise in TBZE BEE I ' m a WASHINGTON vol 2rr. TTT-uSHiinsra-aronsr, dd. cl s.fi1xjKiD--5r, octobe 5, 1895 3STo, 5. !WRWTO HMmTi f m Ti a ji JiV SSSSP1" W pq I B a . u sssssBafHCx bbs ?issaf sssMbswiimmbbss: JBBBgTty k H HmHB ' 'f '""" ' " '-"i f ir f ttf IX DEFENSE OF THE NEGRO. From the Literary Digest. Something of a sensation seems to have been caused by the indictments of the Southern negro which we lately reprinted (August 31) under the cap tion, "The Negro, in American Poli tic," from The Globe Quarterly "Re view, Southern and Northern papers have commented a very lively fashion on the articles of Messrs. Didier and Thorne, and the general verdict ap pears to be that they have gpne too far and made sweeping charges ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1895

THE WASHINGTON BEE. fc i V ( . I I .-ir'' " 51 a? BF 1.1 Pi i m '- y iff $ - J!niE rXliie3r Sa3" Advertise in the Beb. The Afro-Americans in this city lead the Bee. C. Maurice Smith will be the coming legal light in this city. Models for aspiring youth can be seen at the office of the Bee's local contemporary. If the Kansas tenderfoot is not sent home as a pauper within a few months the Bee will swallow itself. Bob Key has been convinced that all men are not truthful. Too much friendship on the part of those who denounce others will do for knaves. Bob is a good fellow, but he is surrounded by sneaks. . A hint to the wise is sufficient. When the time comes these .pro fessed friends will be weighed in the balances and found wanting. The fences in Missippi are being fixed up. The book of H. C. Bruce is an apology for Southern white people. Booker T. Washington's speech was another apology for Southern outrages. When Southern white people ap plaud a thing you can depend on it that it is...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1895

'!fF"; THE WASSTOtON BEE. H- -. .' ' i. '-'U-c Hi If , l 1 j-'. -rw&' "vcKai t.'M tarai rT&SHfONSBLE. The popular round waists, full sleeves and flaring skirts will continue with us this autumn. The renewal of Marie Antoinette styles, has affected some of the latest designs in silken goods. Skirts of immense weight will not be carried around as heretofore. The most fashionable skirt is inter lined to the knee only. Belts, collars, and cuffs have all taken a change and by their effects change the old gown into a very at tractive new cne. Two novelties in sleeves have quite hidden the leg of mutton design. Velvet, silk, or satin will be worn with woolen goods. Plaid silk sleeves, crush belt and collar will prettily remodel many last year gowns. Plaid that are French, rather than Scotch in design are worn, and are considered stylish, A new idea is a genuine stock of satin cut bias eight iches wide, hem med, the ends pointed and passed from the front to the back of the neck and ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1895

X - "-g:,. v., 'Ml ;V..":n!' ..' 1 , .... -fSJE-MHMGTQN BEE,. , jj ;f; i r m m 1 1 m hS 2 ft. 1 7 ill U ' MIS BEE. Published eve-y Saturday at 1109 I Street Northwest, Washington, u. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington e second clasB mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $2.00 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 " " 55.00 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. GENERAL MAH.ONE. Hon. William Mahone, of Peters burg. Va.. who was stricken with paralysis a day or so ago, has the sympathy of the entire country. No man has drme as much to im prove the condition of the South ern negro as this distinguished statesman. As a leader, he stands to-day...

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

3gMgt$CF- j - " " 3 y " 2-:?i "I -"'"' - -v wf jrt c- ""- - "v - T. 1 ' '.V "f THE WASEINGT ON -'BEE. is 5 Miiae BARNETT, imam m m :- E VEKYTIIIG IE W Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. 1807 7th St., N. W., WASOINGTOJNT, D. 0. Spring hats of every description alwayB on hand. JaBraaBiii!-8i3-3g8-3 '! s --1 s TT WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO CONSULT us before haviua your Jewelry and C'ocks repaired As we have for years appeared before you, we ha e i o doubt that you have witneBS d the fai-L that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. JO 4 S3 Wonders 2 a ' SSr!?S5SBWfBSBl - - "V-V . ,V V 3 pMi BklA. W ?K iir mm ". m i i of jr r h o. M. Lane, a prominent mem . iin Unltimnrt hnr. was in the. ' f -. l- i r- . inr AT T .--. till. WetK Ull UU31UW3. ---. jaitc .f tne most successmi members FASHION IN STATIONARY. m nP .f tlit Mdryiauuuii. Hr, Marv Church Terrel. one of the ,j5tet-s of the public schools, will be vje to resume ner piace on me scnooi iard shortly. The carnage oi urs. james morgan nj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1895

mPm:-' 'f-fp xr j.r 6 ' 'THE TOSIHINGTON BEE. 1 "j jm h ) p & v " , " ; v K j! r SB. I" if 'if ft j :-it kasr -,& ; : BIVALS APPEAL TO REED. -J"' Congressmen Cannon and Henderson Botl After a Chairmanship. -,. Washington, Oct. 2. Illinois and Iowa Ttcpublicans are just now having a lively correspondence with Mr. Thomas i. Reed, the prospective Speaker of the rest House of Representatives, over the chairmanship of the Committee on appropriations. A bitter fight is being -waged between the two rival aspirants, lor the honors, ?Ir. Henderson of Iowa itnd Mr. Cannon of Illinois. Both men a.re working hard to secure the prise, and the echoes of the contest which reach Washington show that there will i-e bad blood, no matter which is chosen. Mr. Henderson claims the honor, be- MEDIOAL VIEW 0? BICYCLER. w at French Doctors Think of the Ugfl and Abuse of the Wheel. In the last number of the Maryland Medical Journal is an interesting dis cussion of "The Therapeutics of Bicy cling," b...

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

".-S' THE WASHINGTON BEE. life 2SD& L be '! ... -. unA sneak once. tfi " .topa thing unless you know hw e nprumises mean lost of con- , I1C"-- i j Tlvj know you can uu. .'must not count little things as ' . t itTi .t . h tor it is me bniait LiuuKb iiiui ' 1, maintnir anH mnlr lif ?o mm. ii in-fa . ...., ... living. rl conscious of her wearing ap- ;.0ten inaKCb iiciacn iuu cuii- ;j0OS. e whole secret of good manners "do unto oiners ab you wouiu jjiey should do unto you." rV a brunette looks well in hats vmnets trimmed with bright such as vivid yellow, orange, or tred. Any of these colors con Vfiectively with the-dark hair and and even enrich it. .orgje What you want to know follows ; .in white, you have chosen all right. J-.n i;ra vou will go far away. ud '.: black, you wjll wish yourself back. ujin red . you will wish yourself dead g& ! jjrt't-n. ashamed to be seen. gdinWuc. he will always be true. :n t:iov, ashamed of your fellow. iedia br-wn, you will live out of town. jnp...

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