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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 October 1895

tEHE -$FAIQNGirOK BEE. 4 ', J :, Jl u ,' I it iii B M 4 hm Ji-V , 'r -4 & M BEE. Fr fN yr;;;; w Wc Published eve y Saturday at 1109 I Stieet IforthweBt, Washington, .C. Entered -at th PnstOfflCf at Washington as sennnd class mail matter J W. CALY1K" CHASE, Editor. TERAIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $2.00 Six months 1-00 Three mouths 5Q 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 " u 55.00 Half column " " 75.01) One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. FOR PRESIDENT : WILLIAM McKINLEY, Jr., OF OHIO. THE PHILOSOPHY OF KBGRO SUFFRAGE. The sensation of to-day is Dr. Je rome R. Riley's book entitled the Philosophy of Negro Suffrage. Elsewhere in this paper will be seen what this book contains. Dr. Riley talks like a philosopher and will convince any reader of his book that he knows what he is talki...

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. — 26 October 1895

sr. y- ..- TEE WASHIN&TQS -W, r -!- ' 'r - - vry .aL9v JJ P' -.. :r 4fV S . j ifeii Mfli ',ri tref -It ?? nriT ' 4 n ' ? '.0 t maa ii m HEW i Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid. 1807 7th St, N. Wo WASHINGTON, D.,0. Spring hats of "every description always on hand. ffaES&gsaaa lissas rce. & 3 T WOULD BE ADV1SABLE10 CONSULT - riR hpfnrp havlnj? vnur .Tfiwelrv and C OCkS i repaired As we have for years appeared before you, we ha e o doubt, that you have witness d the faux, that w e are FIRST-CLASS JEW-ELERS. Si v:: Wonders yyt s EH Mr Mrf !f IS. S3 ?fi Sk & S'i B 1 B'1 B iBW ntn' B EHHHflBBBHBBBMBBBMHBHHBHMMBMIBflHIHMflHHMBHBBHBBHiHliBBIBHBBfl ma && SK Mme EYEBYIfflTO mm vii?sasisgKsy3 x i HIIL Mm MM Mil i'1' con If ' 1 5" ra tio- Ri ( h - , u A. Stewart, who has erected nd commodious hall at the " ,? nth and R streets n. w., is .'..receptions and other enter- Mildred Williams of Fenton ;?H be married on about the ist 'Tiber. " .hn R. Francis and his...

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. — 26 October 1895

! ' i v it FU- I in . !f i uwniLnreTOBi pollid. . .Jury That Felt ApprelMMtre of the Be an t of It Yerdlct. 'Some years ago I was prosecuting: at torney down in North Carolina," said fudge W. F. Lockett, of that State, at ihe Hotfl Page. "A colored citizen of baa antecedents had been indicted by :)e Grand Jury and was on trial foi fhe larceny of some hogs. There wasn't doubt of his guilt, for he had beer taken red-handed in possession of the stolen swine. "The prisoner had no money to pay ar tilorney. so the Court appointed a oung lawyer who. up to that time, had aever had a case, to defend the accused fheyoungsterwasn't lacking in shrewd ness, so he called for a jury of colored men, as he had the right to do under the law. I then went forward, intro iuced conclusive testimony to establish the guilt of the prisoner, -and sat down without making any speech, for it was too plain a case to call for an argument. But my legal opponent got up and made s. fiery harangue. He wasn't an impre...

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. — 26 October 1895

ia$7 "asTOf f" hMf-'ryr.Av-j ,-r ?- itfdft: v V THE WASHINGTON BEE. mJf & T"W. TJ Ti;s "new girl" seems to be all the aid manv gins are saying mat o, horses aic &ui6 jy ,-""n-j' "" wi ' J ion that very soon it win De reany Daa form to own one. Girl? do remember that at your best you u not lk gracefnl on the wheels, ;0 if you ride upon the steel avoid all con;picuousness of gay dress. Etiquette is very firm in that a man mut s-it on the left of a woman, while driving, so as to allow her to drive whenever she wants to. The accept pose for ladies while drii'' isto hold the head just a little to unhide, the body bent forward just jlitt: , and the reins held quite high. Man : Don't be discouraged beeause vJu an- a servant, for all people who :Vlrk are servants for the money. Youjting a domestic servant, you jjust remember that you are fitted to be tlit wife of a workingman, and again she daughters of workingmen are best 5tteJ for a good wife. A skilled domestic stands away sbov h...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 October 1895

HHHBTHHHMPMHBHHflHilHrswSS!? r "-ms- V'Tr ij -iflEwigi PfcT J? -A' I t . $ WES- 7 ' Ik I SI -- ,f.f i :. I 1 1 1 r ", p M5- xf f ! i- 1 ''- Sttlltf ft ' "l"3- MHMMMWMMMMMBHIiBBBBBBBBBBBfiBWHWWBBMBlMBMMMMBWiWM - AK': " - . iii . I SSS- if- j -j :iHBf2LJt'rBir2M)iBV r V'.- m rn r ---flBfl in ! nhr-i m Jr . H. T?fLJi T.vrHWc'A v-MwMilWP7S5Jrt5kr".i"tj27.j jJTEjr fcJISai?aa!lissSf!SSs u nWLwE Sf ? g- ml ft. J fit fit I Wfjm -j XV'c&xV&VyvCff(.Jl3i'5:i-vV. . iilM vyS''.. VHMHMf !?& ".:"- mwt7Mflrgai'fev KCW. - iHu ? V - ' " n ' J j HPBBQfESSr BECSr. fcrS?..vf553K-- Wl, ! flKpsw M?wmm "-. , ! : rtm m m. vavs. rzz4iZ2SXsifsrfr !. bt- -r t . x rsxezisssfssssss's,irjur WJ .-? X"i m H f ,-. , ':t... ';. .i.JV. Miss Flora Batson Berger, the most accomplished singer before the public will be in this cit7 about No Tember 10. The Morton Social Club will give a fair shortly . Mrs. Whipper is talking about giving an entertainment to those who discharged her. The ISfational Baptist Assoc...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 November 1895

I ... - fly184 xTi - j B '..., '!$ '" 'f i ' ? '. K ' sssff?!' - . mk. i "- gsT" JC,, csm44 mk PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. A FIRESIDE COMPANION. ft Is true if you see It in THE BEE. GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TRY XT! Jo you tcant reliable news? Jh y vm fearless race advocate? Do you tcanl unTfinnil trade? Mead and advertise in TMJ2 EJEMS J30WT BOESO"W 3M-4TB PATnffq at tf-ol XIV. T7vrSDE3:i3SrCS-,2?03Sr, 3D. O., S-A.O?XJK3D-"", 3STO"V"E2iwEBEK 2. 1895 2STO. 19. A h Vv ILmKI k BmfmSS !j HHRpKSS. S91 -is ju; " isH&l ssBBBBBsf sbbbbk sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT jUS sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW cBJjBfiWBBMjyTL' fTr nf jy$flrT f a sbbbbbbbbbsbsssbbsmisbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbmixf KsbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbssbbt &. sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI HIIIssssssPisbsHs sssssssHLssssssaw MirWIf" iii liTirf f i VliHSSK issssssssssssssf &BLsssssssl7tt sB S- ssfl S sssl U ' 'HiEV KKEgKBmimtMdMtKui- ssssssssssKs sbB Hsssi sssHLsssssffsssssssssssssfi? I sssaM ,'Ktim''iW9BtKSBilKHMKuSKt!". "y b...

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

m. f ' THE WASHINGTON BEE. ssBsBP M ' " , a r - m - i k i J ll i 1 hMi!mE r-"-x- m l i I N .1 i! 'I 1 M a V - IV I 4: S?$ssK' I t " " " . is Cooper' 8 paper. It denounced Rankin and almost in the Bame breath apologized. Taylor threatened the editor with a libel suit, and the editor a pologized and called him a ' 'Model for aspiring Youth." In consideration he was given a copyist place for his type-writer in iis office. -THE:- Titles Say IiOBt confidence is hard to be re famed. When you tell one falsehood to a friend, it is very hard thereafter to tell the truth. It is better to find out a false friend before you place too much confidence in him. Carson and Bailey have formed a combination. Carson is looking upon Bailey's canvass irith a jealous eye. Lawyer Rick's is a hustler from way-back. Keep your eye on the man who pretends that he is your friend. There is a new candidate in the field. Don't be alarmed at the report of a cannon. How can Mr. Lem. Bailey be a republican and a demo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 November 1895

TJHE .WASHINGTON BEE. S M r r,wv 7 "ak'I-ii it H WK Xo-i'- ' FASHIONABLE; The full sleeve still retains its vogue. For the darkest of cloth dresses to be trimmed with the most elaborate of embroideries formed of lace and levreis. Fur takes the liberty of putting in a very early appearance on many of the dresses, a narrow edge of ermine be ing used, while sable and astrachan are no less in demand ; indeed, 1 think of the three furs, sable is the most popu lar. Without a doubt it is the dearest to the purse as well as to the heart. Allow me to explain that the bodice ill still continue to overhang the skirts. This being a becoming style, it is not to be at once permitted to be come demode. The full skirt is still "all the go," de spite the disapprobation of its num erous critics, and some new dresses are made with under petticoats, these showing in the center of the front, while the skirt is gathered right the way round the back. This style is suited only to a tall woman. The autumn j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 November 1895

fjtrrr S Tv I'M il iift'i .. T 1 tt .:. :C A'. Vrt ' l.H. f ; ' aWll ' WBBMBBMM,MHBBaMMMMMBMMMWMMMMMBMWMHMMWBWW '"-1bH -dJL JBilN'EFITOR MRS. WALLER.! ' WM Jto 'OTiMWftl; J FROM THTOT-aTOIT WHDXr. f , TF? it mrfrjb jmi - m THE BEE. PuhJJahed every Saturday at 1109 2 Stieet Korthwtoat, Washington, O.C. . . Entered at the Post Offioe at WasnlngtoD as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. On copy per year $2.00 Six months 1-00 Thrpe months "0 City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVEUTISING RATES. One inch. one month $1.00 Quarter column " 4i 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column kl ' 53.00 Half column '4 " .: 75.(M One column " u 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. for president: william Mckinley, jr. OF OHIO. TODYISM. In the ancient times it was the King's jester whose characteristics were to tody to the King, and when civilization became so prevalent in the land, todyism ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 November 1895

c "ST'1. Nit' V 175iL5''i? -F U-f r?' 1 f,;m i . m&mmmmii!t ' iSE. -SCTccirjjej 'NC EtSKL MmeMETT, -t'V: L. 4i- 44- A 1. , i.JU 4. i.'&J -. HDIIflNB.- . .MOB, . 1807 7tb St., N.'W., nn 6, XI J- i "Tfei Issued in Ornate Covers, bride a week, postpaid. ia c r,L WASBINQTODjO. VJ i0 3agaK388g t Spring hate of every aescription 'always On - -. a gg38S8CaS38 hand. L m J TTwODLD BE ABV18A.-BfcE 1GG0NSUT.T .-t' or-before having-your Jewelry an4,Olocka repaired As wehikvel'rprjfears appeared before yon, vreha nodoiibt'that you hare twltneTBBad tbeacttb1ftt;v?e are 1 i4. : FIRST-CLASS eWEERS. - ,i'' m. V , '-'. ' 10 ,ja lo lcs& 1 I .'fT iflBl W w&r&a LINEN ANNIVERSARY. ND MRS. J. H. FLETCHER CELE- RATED THE I5TH YEAR OF THEIR MARRIAGE. SOCIETY TURNED orT IN UEAUTIFUL COS TUMES. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fletcher, No. 195 D street N. E. was beautifully decorated last Monday, e venin. tne occasion being a celebra tion of the fifteen years of happy wed lock of the a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 November 1895

2 'B f i. WOMAFS WORLD. A satirical writer declare that thf present new woman is not half so new as were Cleopatra and Mme. Pompa dour. The New Orleans Picayune declarer that woman's first duty to man is to be beautiful; but if she insists upor her rights she can be as ugly as she pleases to be, and wear the dizziest of bloomers. Mrs. Prattle (to her visitor) Have you heard of the splendid catch Miss Swiftly has made? She is engaged to a nobleman, the baron of of (to her husband) What is he baron of, m 4ear? Mr. Prattle (who has met him) Ideas. Brooklyn Life. Two young ladies of Madison, Wis., climbed into the police patrol wagon to get a better view of a football game when the mean old thing of a drive) whipped up and gave them a ride , around the cinder track, with clanging gong and many admirers. Ie Garry As you intend to marr her, why did you consent to her ridinp a bicycle when you are opposed t them? Merritt Well. I knew she woulc have her way in the end, and I figuret. up tha...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 November 1895

k,luJ ' mM'0 THE WASHINGTON BEE. firls instead of soaring away your r ves among the kitchen utensils, so tbatyou Mwu-j- rfli " '"" jjjlCOOK ii aiato.v. .... ur, chmild cultivate the art of leaving: romptly when making a call". Some P1" i nl-pa dozen attemots to p-o. iP.e k.. ,.ncuminpr more time bvstart- Jg home, then it is necessary. It is not necessary for a woman to e up everything that a man dislikes hecause she is his wife, although a a himhand deserves all thoughtful- Ls and kindness that a woman can bestow upon him. Too many of us in our attempt to be ..rr.,K become extravaeant. It is Jot necebsary to make great gifts, to shOW your appietatttiuu auu caiccui thereby becoming wasteful. i liar i; to scorned, and a trickster Ishould be shunned. n full dress eveninsr receDtion the doves should be removed, except only a cup of chocolate or coffee is served. An. Unrated woman is more aot to marry an ignorant man than jan edu cated man is to marry an ignorant woman. it is a sin to cr...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 November 1895

T, jr. 'III .I - V'L'. "'.-...:. S-.i. .A.;.', v-1 : - -..ImWASfflNGmJN' .BEE. , ' THE, .WASHINGTON BEE. . ,'riO,Hr' " ' . iTB , ,; ii i tt 1 ' 4 ?i t tt 'i i i " 1 ', ' !. 1 ? ivi -Ala It t ' J f V; U . Prof. J. T. Lay to will soon ap pear in new songs. Dn T. L. Uphaw will render gome fine music in his new-roll with Prof:uLayton: : Thepatrous and friends oi-the BEE are requested to send all mat ter for publcation to the editor of this- column. The Horton Club will gire some iine receptions this, winter. The National Colored Press As sociation will meet in Atlanta Ga., next month. If you want to go South to the Atlanta Exposition go orer the Southern Railroad, Mies Flora Batson Berger will soon appear in this city with new selections. Ifcr. Daniel Freeman succeededin getting a large crowd together to attend the entertainment at the resi tericevoff Mrs. Gray!s on 0' street, although the weather was unfaror able. The -National Baptist Associa tion, the Afro-American Press As fdciatidh...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

9S99HI PB fJ&Fl 1, vy-i'i , i "(.ij.-. (jf. - " ,' ,v Y jrl ti 11 . i! 1 ?1 Ctv. X PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. I FIRESIDE COMPMM. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. ISA n - GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIDM. ) x si i V Do you want reliable news? Do you ctnt a fearless race advocate? Do yoi cant colored trade? Head and advertise in THE BEE! WASHIROTQH -QTol. XX"V. tt.a.sibcxd&t&toin", id. c, s--txjkid."", nsro"V"E3ESEe e, 1895. OSTo. 20. F"js-" . iLjumi,ijuiiut ,uu jfri"w'jjg 'fiw,yjH'iijHJiwpwitAawiji'igwggaayl,p r i , - k tt Hill 4HS "T T1 Tiffln?i3il! m ffiWiJrr-'-r m US JSsJHk MMa it IW TffliMlIiriHrSni T I iiiinnrnTTITffTnTTTmTnrr"" wSss-- l?yl OUR TERRITORY jjOtt IT 1S DIVIDED INTO ELECTION DISTRICTS. There is a great deal ol interested jnaniit bled in the coming election of dJic'r.itrs to the next Republican Cen- T uuimittee and District convention intf"" city, and a great deal has been sai'i as to the boundary lines of the several districts. 1 lu IJhn that is always up to date...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

-"TVVTV-VBMBiBVtt&SMHiMWWiWHiHHMHIMHai wmmammmmmmmem I' , Jg&S&gRSF&tf 44& V W'5ffl( 3pi5Hs ' - t " ' - .. '. THE WASHINGTON BEE. r '' Jl P f y Vj r. W , Kill ! mm " 2 r rl'i T5 , -It i I .-i iKSI O.JI J WW i Tit I it ' f'V " fin J The more you do, the more you are expected to do. Some people imagine if you do them a fay or once you must con tinue to compensate them. The man that told the editor of a local contemporary thet he ever con tributed to the Bee told a false hood. The Bee criticised the book of H. 0. Bruce because it was an apology for the wrongs committed against the negro. "When he said that ex-Commissioner John G. Black was the best Commissioner ever held the office, he only libels good and honest men who were true to the negro. E. E. Cooper makes another a pology and retraction of an article published against Prof. Gregory. If Prof. Gregory accepts such publication as a retraction knowing as he does tiiat the article is false he is no man. One thing...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

m&& MIIHMHMrn -MHiiMniOMiB -er Vf"JS!!!!Sl!"'i-iLiialJ- ihvc 1 N. w V THE WASHINGTON BEE, 3 ?!$ - ,-.5 .iul Trht fitting waists are again to be n-oniiJnng the coming season. The bloust . however, has too strong a hold upi,r woman's affection to be entirely j4 n.J. so they will still remain in ,e ?or informal occasions only. A charming dinner dress is of rich, deep, popy-red silk, made somewhat after' the Princess style, but with a quaint arrangements in the form of cradiuted tabs fastening up over the deep frill of ecru lace on the bodice, which falls from a square band of handsome jewelled passementerie. The slopping shoulder seam is so ex tremeh trying to the figure that its popularity is doubted. Sleeves are still worn very large and nioith set full from elbow to the wrist, gathered, or -'rucked," but the puffs on the top in the newest style seem somewhat shorter than they were and the stiifness has vanished. Chiffon has been given a fresh grip on lite by spangling; grena...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

'--. w"rfcrj Sb, jrwarT i . ? A 1 ' ' i i i M ' 1 rn'injK-m i ' J I 41' 4 9 M &p Mf . M 1 M vi Ih . "M'''i'MMMWMMi'MM''M'Mw''l,M'wMMWW',M',MM""'""'"'M"M'gg;"T"""M"'i fHI IJf 4111 ces w10 m& support liim. I I 1 1 III ( ?!. " mtJl? Vaf&Bstf7, TIJ1J ile also mtormea a commutee 01 i u u u i u NSS&SStf -vfl&gSSTCN - ' .- V. Published ever Salnrday at 119 I Stitel JCorthweBt, Washington, u. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class mall matter J W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERMS OP 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 " " 53.00 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. HYPOCRITICAL. In State as well as national poli tics the negro dem...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

THE WASHINGTON BEE Mme BARNETT, EVEKYTIM NEW -:- Issued in Ornate Covers, once a week, postpaid.' MIMIE "U El :4 i l P 1807 7th St., N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. Spring hats of every description always On hand. jgjggasafiga s AM '.I 5 50t IT WOULD BE ADVISABLE 10 CONSULT us before having your Jewelry and Clocks repaired As we have for years appeared before you, we ha e lo doubt that you have witness d the fact that we are FIRST-CLASS JEWELERS. s m fCf 1 -' Won i".tJ K' 5S5 fffi Sill Ji . ;" la r " i """ r ffgJM "iiiz? .. , , ? R j, , , - MM B v ? wa 1 ? " I ' " r ' '1li t 1 Vi1. - tii ' M I ' f 141'iiS B n F;T'?Sn"it Jts i I'irti' !'l?1i!lfc dfi' iy i t rwii y k fla f J Slli N imp iBmimiH yHff feci ' ' T will I1 I I lil i ' "fN' Hi' I V ' S5 53 NT a Yl.;inc: men's social league has ' -Mnized at the Fifteenth street p'v.Kiian Church. M Sallie Turner, the sister of Dr. Viili.-,'s will be married shortly. M-. Julia Mason Layton is one of tK-'.'r. '.-'t popular public spirited women M- j I ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

yT inaSSP r - 1 Ti ill M SI t&Bi 1 HP r 1 tWiWR ' JsP u 1 S ft H - n.SjG.V-ao JrilUOLAMATION. Up C 3SlS 4 'llffiBfiil IIIf I f u- Ji b MM t I i m - r f '.. 't - Tat- Pi csideut ssues the Customary Docu nieut No ember 28 the Date. "Washington, D. C, Nov. 5. The cus-' ternary Thanksgiving proclamation i was isued by the President yesterday iis tvllows: A Proclamation. By the President o the United States: The constant goodness and forbeai ance of Aimignty God which have bees vouchsated to the American people dur any: tne year which is just past call fo their sincere acknowledgment and de vout gratitude. To the end. therefore, that we ma: with thankful hearts unite in extollm the loving care ot our Heavenly i'atnei I, Grovtr Cleveland, President of th Ui.ited States, do hereby appoint am set apart Thursday, the 2Sth day of th present month of November, to be kep. and observed by all our people. On that day let us forego our usual occupations, and in our accustomed places of worship...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

? MnftMqV 5. SSWl!' HS5-jS. .t i -."" " T. -J - THE WASHINGTON BEE. iwwaa 7 fesM UwMMf fffik. (ff$irus&Z'' ' fA nii'"-' ill Sp7 ' IhwP .is T ' nf S at I 1 ii' 4 1 'Mil -tits ? D& A woman who throws herself at a man, head will soon find herself at his feet. jt js a mistake to consider marriage jnerelx as a scheme of happiness. It is zhi J bond of service and is the jnost rrient form of that social minis tratu n which God has ordained for all jiuiri beings. Thi man who spreads laughter thn uh his life, even when he misses a" train by his wife giving him a late j:rca'iM.,'or when his wife goes visit ji; .d he has to eat a cold supper and euii laughs when he finds a button off jn; s'urt is the fellow that is needed but 'tlJ, :u found. A r.au w hose ha! ha! reaches from' 0nt t 'id of the street to the other may Lt t e same fellow who scolded his xw:t ar.d spanked the baby and his la'tir is like the crackling of thorns iintU r a pot. Tht trick of always seeing the bright siJt . 'r...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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