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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1895

it J .1 1 v N 'KK K - Si ov . jf WtK -V 'Jfc ... mm MMiiMi t' U '-& K i 7 - -- mm-mmm, i i i- nw frill- I - .'f. ; '' -'""; NOTES FROM GOTEAE ''' Mw 1 I -OIPiffi I tlllllillf Hf 2 rHF""V FAMHIOXABLB SOCIETY HAS 1 WEL 'it! I iiSSlMf) 'ifffP t'WW'lQ COME SENSATION. WW. K Imk . f . kU v ! tn t. The Shiloh Lyceum will open to morrow. Miss Lilhe Welchs' boarding school will be an attraction this winter. The excursion to raise the funds to print the speech of Hon. E. D. Bassett was a failure. The George Leary will go to In dian Head this evening to an oyster roast. Popular plays are at all of the theatres now. Hamilcar Turleigh, the famous musical leader of this city is pre paring to introduce one of the best known singers in this country. Mr. Turleigh is a" musical direc tor of no mean ability. He is fast regaining bin past reputation as a concert director. Mrs. Mary Anderson Cross, who paid the city a visit a fevr months ago will probably visit the city this winter in a grand eoncer...

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. — 12 October 1895

mmmmmmmm yT,rr iww Lg .-'rLlf ' : A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. u A FIRESIDE COMPMOK. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. -ISA- GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. :41 J)o tou tcaiit reliable news? Do you want a fearless race advocate? IPO you want colored trade? JSead and advertise i TJBOB BEE! T KM vol. i-sr. TTrSKcinsro-Tonsr, id. a., s-ajtttrxxast, octobee is, iTses. jSTo. is, mmmimmmmmmmamammKmmmBmBmmmmmmimBmmmmimmammmmmmmmf!mmiFeamm 1 """ " ' Ti " """ ' piiiM9. .. . ,-.v ;-; ''--r'FrTr&$w :-' 77 ' -'777-., , -.';"-"- . .Sv t;'.'". - -3rT: J- .'.: . VT" m. .-, - - .- w -TT" I . --. 'iiJ" "."--. -JgMM". M. ""-I T . -ar" ., i .it f VTflffTl' """'"" ' " ti LJWsi7" "i """: --JT -'"' J -, . LtZ. TTii - ..T. " iHV kBk Vi LI -- r -? --.. . - ' fv- .. Pe lee wi WASHINGTON; SiiF A COLORED SERGEANT. Noah E. Sedgwick, one of the best known members of the Metropolitan police force, is being urged by the best element of citizens in the northeast, and some of the richest property own ers in that sectio...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 October 1895

m rV " J JJiAil -vKpijpJi.S' n. . V7T PHPJ 7 - , ' ." .-iy.'-S'C' JieB'KT; V THE WASHINGTON BEE. CP5r I"! iHflr - 9 ' mm' ' S ''. . !. .-v . ::lr ' r l .1 4 . -if 4 '&& - - 1. t.j .f i h w tfAf W U6 IV' 'fivM lj X , A " ' SnTm HP 5 n BYj -TH Tl-ie:y Say There will be two conventions. Is there a republican party in the city? Are negroes ungrateful.? Both parties are tired of the ne gro question. They are being unloaded, Republicans leaders are being disgusted. "Would be delegates are appealing to candidates for money. You must be up and doing. It is disgusting to see idle poli ticians. They are doing nothing but talk ing politics. It is natural for men to talk politics. It is natural for them also to de cline their friends. If you listen to their talk, you will think that they own the people. Don't be uneasy as the country is safe. Southern politicians are making themselves as disgusting as District politicians. They all want money and noth ing more. The question is, would su...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 October 1895

;; ;$, J 'IS1! y ti-j UJ V v- J .. THE WASHINGTON BEE. ja. ? tj. hi . if m mmJi E&SHrSNgBIfc Coats will be loose and short. Hats will not alone be broad but high- Sk-t- ves of the best conducted blouses -nil! be comparatively flat at the top, induced to such an appearance by many gathers, tucks, or a deep epau lette. Colors are not nearly so glaring ; the rrazc for conspicions hats and crude masses of color is beginning to wear ji-eli out. Long coats for traveling or bad weather wear, have deep rippling capes attached and usually pointed hoods if desired. The Eton jacket in black velvet, and nith fancy buttons upon it, either richly steel ones of those glittering with rhine stones is yery much liked and makes a handsome toilet, with a crepon skirt. Hunter's green heliotrope and sap phire blue velvet are also used for ht- tk nckets. Elegance and richness of garniture must stamp velvet or satin coats, but ihe cloth one must be jaunty and look Useful. The regulation morning glove t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 October 1895

w TS ' fr?-i yr5. '; x- &f - ' fM ) A. THE WASHINGTON BEE. 4 F ff s 4 lv j " - 4a . ) VJ je rvft! ' r ' IS SL t , i. ' I' "$ 1 I .1 .; ! if . &3$w.a! -fi P& Published evey Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Jvortbwest. Washington, i. C. Entered ai the Post Office at Washington as second class mail matter. W. CALY1ST CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One' copv per year $2 .00 Six months 1-9 Three mouths 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 " '4 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 EDMUNDS LAW. The Court of Appeals will decide in a few days whether the Edmunds law applies in the District of Co lumbia. So far as the officers of the law were concerned this law applied to the District of Columbia as long as ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 October 1895

"i-'SKSSS&i l- ,'-J(,;T- '-' J i t jr S THE WASHINGTON BEE. ti namniMlMi pjftfiMMMff- rnn . 1 Mme BARNETT, rains n' :;.;: MOB, 1807 7th St., N. Wo WASBINGTOtf, D. 0. Spring hats of every description always On hand. -:- EYEEYTIM IEW -:- Issaed in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. m ?ft5St i M .ll 'GSklUM - S!'" f JVfe IP l ftnlri VL mM$vz - tf vnU Plltl Zw0ffly&t :?TOeo nw i wviiitpr a It nr- 1" eir : P' ( h: Wt- The :iri- pit -3& v cor Isiru thej'- p J ir,e ' Mrs. J. H. Fletcher, of 105 V E. are preparing to cele- :r fiiteenth anniversary. trdding five years ago was grandest in the social circle, ming linen wedding is ex- e a grand affair. es Thornton will return to on 10th street very shortly. tit .ic Wears, who has been is convalescent. She will J to see her friends onThurs- .gie Shelton, of Georgetown, 'ed one of the most pre-po-,d industrious school teachers lic schools. -ephine Simmons is taking a hort hand and stenograph' Him.-d University. Iis. K-Uiard l.. mos...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 October 1895

u4ja Rp5. I'.jPVT tg0vti&Vf v1 'SfK'.-'r-if' i i k X 6 THE WASHINGTON BEE. -v. j tj: F ITJ-U 31 i'", m .. f . 1 ifl i t ,r-Jr t '.- i? -. .mf' , Jf $- t h ! ft 9 -$ 4i OIxTVILLING TO BE POLLED. --nry That Felt Apprehensive of the Re sult of Its Verdict. "Some years ago I was prosecuting at torney down in North Carolina," said judge W. F. Lockett. of that State, at jhe Hot". P?.ge. "A colored citizen of lad antecedents had been indicted by : e Grand Jury and was on trial for the larceny of some hops. There wasn't doubt of hi? jrullt. for he had bee-t.-rken red-handed in possession of th rtolen swine. "The prisoner had no money to pay ar norr". so the Court appointed r oun? lawyer who. up io trp.t tiir. had never had a case to dfer the accused The youngster wasn't lacking in shrewd-ic-ss, so be called for a jury of colore"5 -ncn. as he had the right t do undei the law. I then went forward, intro- iuced cnr.clusive testimony to establish he g"ui:t of the prisoner, and sat down nith...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 October 1895

THE WASHINGTON BEE. .' :HE Vl.i: ' Ej it- & Wj Wlwl 1 'M!&hZS& VXr.-j, --..-niv for: W.Ms. f.t't;r,ih 7 ' 5MKiT.A Kwy 1M i -Vj r7&0ftfj ' yyA -SfaS ; zizx XrV-t ' ' WSl'Jf.Z 3F-- 0 fHE'SID jn always talk most who never Ws rrh(, , , orest woman is not the one irf ! . , . i .... 4.u ...u j. jiav the least, uul mc one wuu lint- the most. promises made in time ot trouble l.V.Tl U UCUVl X..W....W.J t W.W fomn-t-nly possess. ,... wfprto do well than sav well. iBrGken promises can never be mended. Kosrirl should study instrumental b...ntchp "hue 5i nfr fnr it. SSc Van art, and the girl who has coelI j ir it, is 4ultc wu- V1 av.. fpw women realize that novelty Lnd ariety are as attractive to a man Mter marriage as before. .. tv.n who is careless in her aD- Irearance in her husband's presence r;.i . ... .. mice tP nicp little comoli- flilbUUli""- : r ----- -. r pents that nevei idu iu p"a3c ex komn- ti c.imp n'd e-own or the style of L.: , ,r hnir dav after dav. will not Lctl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 October 1895

3-l.'l, SWFe !$k)i'& ' wSsbs" tf" "fcfff gr 1" THE WASHINGTON BEE.. 8- i 1 H ! - -" -t, r. it. -0 1 JI m ; gi V" I OUR ALBANY LETTER. THE NEW BAIXOT LAW IS AT TRACTING ATTENTION. The Market House Baseball club is losing its prestige. Miss Flora Batson is playing to crowded houses. The Baptist Sunday School Union of the District will meet to-morrow afternoon at Mt. Bethel Baptist Church, Wilson street be tween 2d and 3d streets n. w. The meeting will take place at 3 o'clock. The Home Lodge No. 1, degree of Eebecca I. 0. of F., gave a pleasant entertainment on Monday night to which a large number of persons attended. Mr. Joseph Douglass, the grand son of the late Frederick Douglass, will not go abroad for several months yet. Prior to his depart ure he will give several popular en tertainments in the city and else where. Mr. Douglass is one of the brightest and one of the most ac complished musicians in the coun try. The Cleveland Baseball Club wTon the cup. The New National Theatr...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 October 1895

-3W : fiZ" 05 Brr E4&P5tt V. V aS r V -?! - r V v --', .. .--.. -an jrw JWMK- jrttr- X lt ' f A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. A FIRESIDECOMPANION. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. M -ISA GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM, 2o you want reliable news? Do you want a fearless race advocate? Do you want colored trade? Head anil advertise tu TJTTJ J&EEt WASHINGTON i Vol ZIT". TOTVAjsuxa-woifcT, id. cl, s-A-rrxrisiD-r, octobee 13. is5, uSTo. 17 " '-rfl r m Tm mmtac' - "wt m.v 'Vf-mir'- nr ,t l rol ORED TEACHERS NOT ADMITTED. pOCTOR BRUCE EVANS INTERVIEWED. The colored teachers in the county schools are shut out of the Teachers' Annuity Association, and some of them feel so aggrieved that they want to be put in charge of a colored superinten dent. They are now along with the white teachers in charge of Supt. Powell. White and colored teachers are often employed in the same build-in"- in the conniy schools and the ne groes see no reason who they should not be admitted to the association which is i...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 October 1895

joaftK- T 'Vr vi rZ TU -' THE WASHINGTON BEE. , I,' V fc ti . 'ft J If & 1 ,4f 2 "' 1 I f v 'J ( Uf THfc- inn 4fv QV. ,".i 0" MJ gjr KJ ( U lil-W fef Ut - - THey Say "Why do dogs bark ? Because they are cowards. They are like some men. A brave man will not give the the enemy a warning. frjrmjgy; Some people don't know a good thing when they see it. .vz. &gj It is a bad policy to let some peo ple know how much you think oi them. A stern and resolute person can not be insulted. People who haTe smiles for every one is often thought to be sof fcj or very deceitful. A soft minded person often be lieves that flattery is a compliment to them. "We often allow ourselves to be led astray by flattery. One favor is more often appre ciated than fifty gifts from a true friend. Some of the candidates ought to take a rest. Jesse Koy had a close call last week. He had the sporting fraternity very uneasy about him. He would be missed if fate should decide that he should pass over at this time...

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. — 19 October 1895

---T.jSM.l (- t&.WFGh WTS . - ' ; -? i ! t.jr - 1 ?r X '- I,. 1 -t- W V" - THE WASHINGTON BEE. 3 I mSHLONgBLE. Sleeves of cloth are unusually large, but -ire draped gracefully from the shoulders to the elbow. An ideal tailor-made gown, com p05ed of black and white checked cloth, the skirt plain and the coat bod ice ha ing the fashionable fullness re vealing glimpses of lining of rose-red silk. The same brilliant color appears at throat and waist, as a relief to a vest of ecru lawn. Though low-neck bodices are worn for full dress, the plain cuffs of the puffed sleeves reach to the wrist. It is a pretty fashion, which finds its origin ni Paris. A costume composed of brown cigar cloth, with wide shoulder lapels, draped belt, little gauntlet cuffs and turned-down collar of brown velvet of a darker shade is very handsome. The Renaissance style is much worn, and it allows you to wear a high bod ice, yet preserve a very dressy and smart appearance. . Bodices are so much trimmed, and wi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 October 1895

"ffsri 'C: jiff'rf;-v. JT Ki S v tf I -Km .:, i m i THE.WASHINGTPN, ,BEE f: -1 ! ' " '? 1' f n J1 74 f'i jf fiM A V rt it i I MS Published eve y Saturday at 1109 I SUeet Uorthwest, Washington, u.C. Entered at the Post Office at WashiDgtoD &s second class mail matter. J W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copv per venr $2.0" Six months 1 -00 Three mouths ' n' City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVERTISING RATES. .. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column Half column One column - o.0(' 7.51 lo.UI 10.01 on.01 7o.O' 11 One inch, one year Quarter column " Half column " One column " u 150.ni Special notices 10 cents per line Ten lines constitute an inch. FOR PRESIDENT : WILLIAM McKINLEY, Jr., OF OHIO. APOLOGIZING FOR W'RONGS. The speech of Prof. Brooker T. Washington before the recent At lanta Exposition was nothing more than an apology for the while negro haters of the South. He ventures to say, while the Southern white people think, but will not say. Prof. "Washington wou...

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. — 19 October 1895

Mme BARRETT, U! IIM, si i -x i '. n ib the guest of Rev. F. j tiiC 15U1 street 1 res uyienan Mayes, of the Pension . ';e of the most complete. :;-e city. j . i!,k Boston, of the Pension ding law at Howard Uni a., s hool. . Lawson, of the Colored .n . returned from the At ",'lsi jMtion, and speaks well of it. LJuV.rnorP. B. S. Pinchback is z tr..m with an attack ot gout. i : be out and around, how- .r, r -p H. Richardson is becom- -eoi the best liked physicians in -ctun. stm-t ttorney Pough paid a high i'.ir.tnt to Ur. lirooKs, tne emi- 5, at! Washington physician on VtJr-tsda. Dr. liroolcs is a HJr and is very popular. I- ftur'.i-s H. Marshall, of the Dis- ir.n-rnment, and who has been w time is fast regaining his n rX ; v Coolidge has a very high . 1 i r. Williams of the Freed- UKs;itai. vaiJt. uunugc 11j i" ".t and it was through the Williams and his kind entirely restored Captain health. 1! tier Draper will visit the j ti"sition. 11. Brown, who has been vs mother and sister, left...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 October 1895

w --- - r"? p ? ; " ,' .r 6 THE WASfflNGTON BEE; P W asm m I :,-- ,. I M Mi . u r U1 ill v v : ? I1 JHR5 ( &,lffg$t -tie T UNWILLING TO BE POLLID. i Jury That Felt Apprehensive of the Re suit of Its Verdict. '"Some years ago I was prosecuting at- torney down in North Carolina," said fudge W. P. Lockett. of that State, at :he HoU I Page. "A colored citizen of bad antecedents had been indicted bj :he Grand Jury and was on trial fo: Jhe larceny of some hogs. There wasn't a doubt of his guilt, for he had beei :aken red-handed in possession of thr ftolen swine. "The prisoner had no money to pay ar tttorrc-. so the Court appointed i oung lawyer who. up o that time, had never had a case, to defend the accused rheyoungster wasn't lacking in shrewd ness, to he called for a jury of colored men, as he had the right to do unde: the law. T then went forward, intro duced conclusive testimony to establish the guilt of the prisoner, and sat down without malting any speech, for it was too plain ...

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. — 19 October 1895

. --1- ' V "-T" L rfi THE WASHINGTON BEE. B " ' . i fllHTE EIGHT PAGES. . THE NEWSIEST AND BEST JOURNAL PUBLISHED. tt'hifi two persons have so good opmic't of each other as to come to gether tor me, uiey buuuiu not ainer jnniattf rb 01 impui iam.c. j. uey biiuuiu .pe, t each others opinions and be of J,itua! assistance. rr : rst maxim in a married man's condition is that husband and wife 4ouM !e above triftles. Idom make preparations for email matters, hence the most mischief sprin from small things. j ' ii woman wtth a good figure '.jd. ''JPPy contented mind will prove flucii TKre attractive to those around t. n a beautiful woman who is ievr tcniv.iit. fl.f most lasting beauty is mostly iUiif' -n a woman who has a very sym- lalil' ( JlttlUlC, U1IC UU 13 dlWda iillm- tt help otners, ana in aoingso, .utsa-icie ner own irouDies inai sne flfl ' ' I'tuci au. iu aiicyjaig uiuat efotr- r people. should allow nothing to convince 55 th t there is a compromise between toneu ana aisnonesty. A...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 October 1895

pjp "' iup y -"- -iaBBBBra9BBBBBBBV k. KKKBKIKKKHn mM00 K, ' t ,.' i - ak mav f "liji I . - o THE WASHINGTON BEE, R'Hf 1 Air r, - i I f m ' V ' Jm UFN y . f .- "if' Miss Batson will visit the city this winter. The excursion to Mount Vernon by the retail and wholesale Liquor Dealers Association on Tuesday was a success. The Morton Social Club will give a fair at the club rooms soon. M. Satterwhite, whose advertise ment appears in another column of this paper has one of the finest bil liards and pool rooms in this city. The Bethel Literary was largely attended on Tuesday evening. Dr. Blydcn reads a very able paper. Prof. H. M. Brown, of the Iligh DELEGATE CONTEST. There seems to be some doubt among the politicians as to who will be the strongest and best man to represent the republican party from this city in the next national convention. ' The Bee has printed a list of the gentlemen who have been men tioned as candidates, and as an in ducement to make this contest in teresting, the B...

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. — 26 October 1895

A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. A FIRESIDE IMPMION. It Is true if you see it in THE BEE. Vol ZHII'V T--SHiinsro-TOsr, id. c. s.txjid-"', octobee 26, isss. .SBSJBBIPSIHBB BflBJBJB. 9 .SBfipTX W. ( J 'f sHI sfl'st; 11 H.fr BH..'4SKHKaBC9BBHHOWT' rr- StBrjiB Bbw JMHsfttjUtlY k Do yow want reliable news? Do you want a - uf si HB sm ii-JWBMBfcW-.SMIBMHMPIMBBKlSJ'- - iaKMwlHsBSSssiaiaW ZlSS fearless race advocate? Do you want colored, SIEJHI K WA HfrHKfiHfettSjiHfli MIyJEfNtaUiglp'yiif sF trade? JUad and advertise xn TSJS DJSJS t - JkWg 51 Washington: BrSBP 11 IbTo. 13. S-j.. - IM.Ahc- REED OF MAINE. Editor of The Bee. Desperate diseases require desperate remedies and heroic treatment. Lib erty of thought and action is rarely ever allowed by the average individual Lid never conceded if diametrically opposed to us. All radical movements -re vehemently opposed by the masses owinsr to a want of understanding through their ignorance. It is a strange law of nature that we always think our selves in th...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 October 1895

wwm gBgpguLMipgaga j ipi -m MHIiWMMHiMlBMBHMHiMHMiMMMPWHiPPIKMl5i , --Jrvv. ,u TH WASHINGTON WF. w w -un-". iJi r $, n .& " f, f . ; i TH& NOTES FROM GOTHAM. MME. MOJnlKSKA OX STAGE. THK MODERN Tlie Sa,3r Don't give too much. advice. It is seldom heeded; Your friends often think that you .are too meddlesome. An honest friend will take kindly to what you say. Good advice will never be rejected "by an honest person. Never talk too much, it will get you into trouble. The politicians are in the soup. Carson says that he will win. Don't be worried there is plenty of time to start the ball. Never trust a liar. To lose faith in a trusted friend often does harm. The National press Convention will convene at Atlanta, Gav next month. Now is the time to send in your advertisements. Milton Holland thinks that peo ple draw the color line. Col. Carson draws it on Holland. If Holland thinks he is in it, Bob. Keys will take him out of it. It is natural for some people to make fools out of f...

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. — 26 October 1895

jJj&k--v 'SSPKi SV , V ? w ' . , r THE WASHINGTON BEE. ' mi'4 Br mm 0 ..' l i w ; W FflSH(ONaBL& FASHION NOTES. t is rumored that dame fashion will itddraw the light of her counternance -nd favor from the blouse before the uinter season sets in, and insist upon twist and skirts being made of the same material. Xo woman who aspires to be fashion able will not even now have an elegant dress made with a blouse effect. princess gowns, on the other hand, ,re looming on the horizon in place of Jie blouse and skirt combination. Those with figures which come near io perfection can welcome the Princess and the majority of less favored figures uill steer away from them and adopt that always becoming tailor made coat basque and skirt. Instead of the very short capes that sre so pneumonia inviting, we see the full sweep cape, 24 inches in depth. A pleated collar of Marten fur, and a gar niture of veils. A most marvelous effect of crinkle is obtained on absolutely smooth surface roods, i...

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