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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 September 1888

? " r : ii Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. r VnL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATlpDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1888. NO. Iff- V I III - lio , 5 cents per copy. i AGE. fm hours music. -TOE FH ST ANNUAL GBA2SD Musical Feast & Carnival. Albert E. Mando, The Eminent Conductor of New Yoik City, uThe Thomas of his race,' and his Famous Concert or chestra of Skilled Musicians assist ed by Eminent Soloists, vocal and instrumental. Albert p. mando Conductor. TUESDAY EVENING AD WEDNESDAY AFTER- lOONkDHEIIIG. October 2nd and 3rd, 1888. AT THE METROPOLITAN A. 31. E. CHURCH, ,,.",, 'Kev. J. MITCHELL. Pastor. 0 Hiii.W.-u.Iivss !n Mr. WXT. K. Da VIS. .s.io'bt.s-Mmi'. Emma F.Jon s, Brooklyn, .sjjirojmi' a. Miu. A. J. Small woo 1, Whsii liiru-,, mjii Soprano. Miss Anita R. Joy, 7i-hJiiKtou, Star Sopra o. Mrne, A. M. w liUa-i s 11 iston, Contralto, Mr. A, L. My it, liuii Hone. Alb ny. R. ii. Jones. Violin s,iini-i. J'.tstii-IVualver, Violin Soloist. R, s Wiisuii, Violoncello, John Occa, Flute, !iniii(ainbri...

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. — 22 September 1888

5?1&53t59S5p n t $ 1 r u (if HJ . 1 TM BE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. PROP. CLARK. Our esteemed friend Prof. Peter H. Clark, of Ohio, is no doubt now convinced that he entered into a scheme to indorse the democratic party in a manner, not at all com plimentary to him and his friends. "While he may have "been honest in what he undertook, there were others who were after making mon k ey and those whose record will not stand the calcium light. We have the very highest regard for Hon. J. Milton Turner and we are of the opinion had he not enter ed into a delusive scheme for the purpose of passing his Cherokee Freedmens' bill, it would have pass ed the Housd on its merits, and while it is a fact that those freed men should get their money, Mr. Turner should not have coupled the bill with auy measure looting to wards the success of either party. We believe that the bi...

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. — 22 September 1888

js? ii&&?&?fj&x. ,-v i THIS BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. . Fowler, S18 3rd Street, u t iv niuteb for advertising furaisned on appli on objectionable advertiBeinentswillnot cll'llM.itedat any price. All remittances '"'(ll ,d j,e made by draft, postal money order, ,,-Us or registered letter. Money forwarded eS other way, is at the sender'B risk. In !n money the amount and what It is for Sh,n'd be distinctly stated. sBS letters, etc,, should be ad-dressed 10 W, CALVIN CHASE, WashinKton D. O. pcbushed eveky Saturday at mm I ST.. N. W. WASH., D. C. """"where the bee can be had. 1T I. J. w. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. m ,. pnikely 's, it Street, between 12th and l i, . nth west. j "h. Heller, Druggist corner 16th and M gtre-t. Northwest. ll. .ludeJpnia House, 348 Pennsylvania Ave. f0ri ' v est. SATURDAY, Sept. 22, 1888. JLooals. Xick Front Room Furnished for sentlenien, 1127 19th St. n. w. Fob 11 cn't: Furnished rooms 20-21-L street u. w. Ten per cent discount...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 September 1888

) r. It V &f- Sji If IV- ABUSE AND CRITICISM. IJournaliEt We bold to the largest; possible liberity for tbe Press. Its light sbould be unquestioned to criticise, not only the ateions bin the mo tives winch influence action, and to condemn in good, strong, vigo rous English the course of an di vidual or corporation when their actions are inimical to tbe public welfare. But abuse is not ciiticism, or vituperation logic It is alw.iys a sign of a weak case when a law yer has to resoit to either. The author of tbe scurrilous work called "The original Mr. Jacobs" drags in, in one of tbe closing chap ters, Mr. John D. Rockefeller and tbe standard Oil Co. In a late is sue of the Sun Mr. Charles A. Da na quaintly observes, in regard to such corporations : "The fact is that the talk of the day upon the subject is mostly flapdoodle. But it is a curious il lustiatiou of tbe lack of ideas in tbe present state of the public mind, that nothing more substan tial than such froth and foliy is ser...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 September 1888

-A- 'IK' 5 '?- -J- r - 3 .-ansfc 'T - f :1 4 Tf'- Terras. $2.00 Per year in AflYaiice. WL. VII. j 5 cents per copy. .. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1888. NO.;i8 "" ? -f- Sire ml GRANDEST EVENT OP THE AGE. T EH HOURS. MUSIC, THE FIRST ANNUAL GRAND Musical Feast & Carnival. Albert E. Mando, The Eminent Conductor of .New YoikCitv, "The Thomas of his race," and liis Famous Concert or chestra of Skilled Musicians assist ed by Eminent Soloists, vocal and instrumental. ALBERT F. mando Conductor. TUESDAY ElEllinei WEBIESBWIFTEB fflfl mil HEME. October 2nd and 3rd, 1888. At the METROPOLITAN A. M. M CHURCH, On M Hi., bet. 13th and 1 10th sts Washing ion 1) C. Hv. .1. MirCHELL, Pastor. Oiiiiiii-'addivs'.-bv Mr. WM. H. DA VIS. voio'bTh. -Mine. Emma F. Jon. s, Brooklyn, .Sf';ir.w)?.iUi. Mtiie. A. J. SuiallwooU, Wsh.. iuirfwi, Mm .Soprano. Miss Anita. K. Joy, i'.liiiiffon. SIJU" pru o. Mme. A. M. WiJJiau s IS'iston. Contralto, Mr. A, li. My- pit. jjarritom.'. Alb ny. 11. L. Jone...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 September 1888

"S- rf . s & .cr i M p 'I II I The BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btreet northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington D ,C, as Second Class mail matter. WHAT JUDGE THURMAN THINKS OF NEGRO SUFFRAGE. CSt, Louis Advauce: Judge Thurman regailed a few Negro sycophants at Columbus last Thursday with the following remarks: It is true that in 1867, before suffrage for your people had been adopted, when the question was in Ohio, and in Ohio, alone, whether the word "white" should be struck from the Constitution, I, together with a large majority, vot ed against striking it out. The reasons were plainly stated and stoutly maintained. It was not right for Ohio to take such action when nearly all the other States were otherwise. That reason I urged against such action. This i8 what Judge Thurman says today when he needs the Ne gro Tote of Ohio and the doubtful states. Below we give what Judge Thurman acually saidJ when the question of Negro suffrage was ac t...

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. — 29 September 1888

- -"n-" "r r(i?"t .. J,I-W Vi n-. - - .. . . -'J" , " f --. ( - J "" f. . -, ov; 4 fHE BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd Street, j w. iIob for advertising furnisned on appll t6' I" ' DiyectiouableadverriBementB will not f,l',!l edut any price. All remittances Df ' mV- male by draft, postal money order, 6j Jsb,, i registered letter. Money forwarded e' . ... loot.i.hA Render's risk. In x ,'ili'rwwi - hip nmountand what it is for f'1' ' .1.. ctotaH h I ' U .. r, nllAllll Kli ii4ieri. ew should bo ad-dressed to W CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. 03 nrillSHBD EVERY SATURDAY AT jji.9 1 ST..N. W.. WASH.. D. C. '"WiiKRE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. j NSi Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. M, 1. 1'uikp'iy's. M Street, between 12th and i vuti.west. '7 H. TifHev, Druggist corner 16th and M ,invi.Nrtnwest. Pi .i-nioiphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. SATURDAY. Sept. 29, 1888. JL.oea.ls. R.iOMS Poit Rent with or with ou' board, 1135 9 st n. w. Tea per cent discount and free notice to all benev...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 September 1888

" - 'St. r '-. K"-S '.'"V'"?" 51 i I t I " TPU -KrAnPTO-NTATi BAPTIST M CONVENTION AT NASHVILLE TENN. I (Special Correspondence.) Nashville was the objective point of the National Baptist Con vention this Fession. itepreseuta tives from every state and territory of the United States were present to discuss methods relating to the educational and christian progress of the Baptist denomination the world over. Baptist foreign mission aries recently from the Continent Africa told of their wonderlnl ex periences in the savage land, so thrilling were their reports that they sounded like tales of romatic adventures. The lesson is of spe cial importance since it is difficult to adopt such measures among the most advanced civilized nations. Some of the most noted men and wo man of the race were in attendance. Washington had a fair representa toin in tbe person of Rev. Walter H. Brooks, Rev. W. B. Johnson, aud Prof. J. H. Lawson. Many bril liant sermons, addresses aud pa pers were delivered. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 October 1888

"A ' . x ' " -- ..; ,."x -' - ' ,AtsJKr.." ; ..-' r.--; -- ' --w t -- . ,, , -. -. ' - '-',.' ... t 4 , Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 1888. NO. 19 U (H ff iTT1T fit flit skw ' " .;' " 4y- -' ' ' ' ' -- - - - , i ' i . - THE NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION. CONTINUED DELIBERATIONS REV. UKO'KS RAMPANT HE PROVES A sNAG nE BECOMES FIERCE AND ANTAGONISTIC REV. W. B. JOHN SON TAKES ''HE LAURELS ELE GANT ADDRESSES, &C. hhI Correspondence. Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 20 For ten dya the largest represen tative body of colored men ever assembled in America, ha3 gatb ered here at Nashville and ad journed lust Tuesday. The prime object of this gathering is .to con centrate the denominational work in i elation to home and foreign minions. To this end represent tatives from all the various miss jonary bodies, of the United ttatc-s, were present with the jiuriMtse to unity and form a cemrabzed power looking to the ia'eii umplishment of all missionar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 October 1888

,-'ws,!i!f5S?5? SWOM., t' - " V-.-- ' - " IB HI tti? k I K IB BEE, Published every Saturday at 1109 I street sorth'west, "Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington D .C, as Second Class mail matter. J ODE, PREDICTION. The republican ticket will be elected, that much fate haH settled. The party will remain in power until it has completed its mission. During its existaDce there will be a great division among the color ed people or a new party will spring up, which will cause a di vision of the colored vote which will ultimately obliterate the col or lice in politics. The struggle for supremacy with a few demo crats will continue for some time, but will eventually die out like the old whig party. The democratic party will not draw enough colored votes in this election to do it any good. Th people of this country are determ ened to make a change iu this government tor the good of them selves. CARDOZA RUNS. It is an ancient adage, that "he who fights and runs away, will...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 October 1888

V , r IMNMriMWb Tli"E 3BE.E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. j, W. Fowler, 318 Sid Stiect. for advertising f urmsnecx on appli )B6i4iaatos OWecUonableaaverilwjmenis will not iCdt011 ,-foi at any nrice. All remiiiances I mikl be made by draft, postal money order, sU or registered letter. Money forwarded 'v other way. isattbe sender's risk. In rfing money the amount and what it is for aSS.'SSd be ad-dressed to AV, CALVIN CHASE. Washington D.CJ iiiibEVEUY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N.W.. WASH., D. C. "'" w" i ifiSi THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof J W- Fowlbrs,3lS 3rd street, s.e. v .' Polkety b. M Street, between 12th and h Sovthwest. j H. Belter, Druggist corner 16th and M irect. NortnwesU Philadelphia House. 348 Pennsylvania Ave. Sor th west. t- - - "Saturday, Oct. 6, 1888. Liocals Rooms For Kent with or with out board, 1135 9 st n. w. The A fme club will give a srand bull at tbe Armory. Oct. 15. Admiss'.oi. 15 cts. Don't fail to attend tlie oyster inJ) ofsr. Mary's Guild, Tues ,jav eveniii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 October 1888

iK V,"-0 -. j ! ' ?!!te!TMP5S iStjSTI ''.v-- i:' 5S s-jj.. . &- i- ij ' V:t - Tf'.JT' "St-. i: El i "l- - Jii $ WC"-" rms&pp m&&as&!&mQr w I ill iff, I Hj : i w tf lift i lis as: ? ul .a E m HOW'S THIS ! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Care. P. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Tol edo, O. We, the undersigned, hav known P. J". Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honable in all busiuess transac tions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax. Wholesale Diug gist, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale, Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. E. H. Yan Hoesen, Cashier. Tole do National Bank, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Care is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Price 75, per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. advt. 1 mo. HACKBTT, ABKAlsSAS, Aug. 20, 1887. Dr. A. T. SHALLEN BERGER, Boch...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 October 1888

v Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. v i L. VII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 1888; NO. 20 """"" """""" " . : V OUB FIRST TO DIE FOR LIB ERTY, TO CEIi-PUS ATTUCKS. Kaiso ye. of consecrated stones, ' monument above the bones )i .,m who did a martyr fall, When first was heard the tocsin call. Invert tuat hero to the light, lj,.mnith the starry banner bright; t'uveil him that'the world may see our first to die for liberty. Just in the hour of darkest night, When hope for freedom first saw lilit, Up to his nation's standard came, 'li vindicate her glorious name. Hi. led a force of comrades brave, Through Boston's revolution wave, Vu tolhe very musket's mouth, To guard his country's right and uuth. I, number fliat heroic man ! jj irave Iiis life to free his clan, Whru tyranny, prevailing there, 0. messed the people everywhere. L.f every patriotic breast, 'f.Mi.iy awake from east to west; Ami ('very tongue a loud proclaim, A worthy praise to Attack's name. Hi strove his best the...

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. — 13 October 1888

?- J ' X ' &s & mm m mv tmlm E ttr' tfi The BEE. Publish ed every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington D .C, as Second Class mail matter. THE DISTRICT MALITI A. This is not the first insult Genl. Ordway haB offered the colored militia of the District. We have always asserted that the colored district malitia made a mistake when they joined the National Guards. The negro is good enough when danger threatens the republic, but when there is quiet restored and the feasts commence, the negro -militia can come as ser vants or some other meanals, but not as gueBts. Genl. Ordway can offer no ex cuse for not inviting our colored commissioned officers to his reception. Major Moore who is known to be a demo crat but one of the best friends to the colored people in this district, would not be guilty of any discrimination to our color ed militia. Genl. Ordway is a republican and all he is to-day was through the instrumentality of...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 October 1888

"pPWPIpPMWWWWBlPi wpj fTOrasSgsjSBg ?,mfr&r. r tW' . -.-(pj,. , . , THE BEE) AUTHORIZED AGENTS. SAST WASHINGTON, j. . Fowler, 318 Hid Street, jVinateb for advertising furnisneaon appll tmn. Objectionable advertisements will not J,'. 'usertedat any price. All remittances ioiud be made by draft, postal money order, B J.rt-hB or registered letter. Money forwarded C ai.v other way. isattlie Bender's risk. In Piuimg money the amount and what itis for Sh.U be dlrtlncuv Btowa. letters, etc., should be ad-dressed 10 W. CALVIN CHASE, Wasbinuton D. O; friJUSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 109 1 ST.. N. W WASH., D. C. "" HERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. prof. J. V. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. i r.. PolUety 's, AI Street, between 12th and -1, Northwest. j H. Bellev, Druggist corner 16th and M ft reel. Norm west. Ph'liulolphia Uouse, 348 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest. SATURDAY, Oct. 13, 1888. locals. Rooms Fob Rent with or with out board, 1135 9 et n. w. The bank should ira ploy female cashiers. Tiiore would ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 October 1888

'er,-... - ---, i r - f - -.-" - & L w- J If I i5 1 'B i 3! was i: ivt MB ,' ; HOWS THIS ! "We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be,, cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props,, To edo, O. We, the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honable in all business transac tions, and financially able to cany out any obligations made by their firm. West & Trnax. Wholesale Drug gist, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kin nan & Maryiu, Wholesale, Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. E. H. Van Hoesen, Cashier, Tole do National Bank, Toledo, Ohio. HalPs Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Price 75, per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. advt. 1 mo. Young wives who have old bus bands will b6 glad to know that a New York physician offers to cure snoring for ten dollars; but Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure sore throat and colds for 25 cents. For...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 October 1888

(jUM i - I, ' " Xf 9 ' V Wf" -: -1 Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 1888. THEY SAY THE SECOND VERSION. Great Baraains A Satire. t( o much, bold This is parents, 11 M& Qr K y NO. 21 tiH BH iH H B B Ih H 1 4HBL B H B H h H B B jR H jB f H H B hold ! I'etie bas the upper hand and will load bis pnze to tbe hymeuial altar. There are many who are worried and asserted that tbey could win her, but Petie says no. Artistic job work is done at tbe BEE office. Don't fail to save part of what you earn. Geu'l Sherman is right. The Woody shirt in tbe South caouot exist much longer. Great men at times will commit an error. All men are tree and equal before the law. There are exceptions to this rule. The Southern democracy makes au exception to this rule. Especially when a negro shoots a white man in self defense. An exception is taken also when a black man marries a southern white lady or elopes with a white girl. Judge Lynch acts as judge and ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 October 1888

v I- &. r . j "1 VJ C. ff-y t i -V' A . -- J. . t . iM if t Ufw' JKji I ill! UK Hi ft t! y; I' ' jgfl s. -'sri l ,'i Ja, hi) W 1 ih. mi tfil Iff BE I? PnbliBhed every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. & Entered at the Post Office at "Washington D..C, as Second Class mail matter. HP THE COLOR LINE IN THE MILITIA. In response to numerous iaquir ieB for fuller information in regard to the recent drawing of the "col or line" by the present cont'd, offi cer of the District Militia, the Bee detailed one of its efficient report ers to investigate the caBe. It BeemB that informatior was given to thj public through the press of the city that on the eveuing of Wed nesday, Oct. 3, 1888, the officers of the District Militia and promi nent officials and citizens, would be invited to a formal opening of the Headquarters, which were described at length and commend ed very highly. The appointed time came and went The da'ly press chronicled the proceedings, noted the pro...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 October 1888

XHTES BEES AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. J. w. vsumaieB for advertising furnisnea on appU ,iou Objectionable advertisements will not ? inserted at any price. All remittances hould be made by draft, postal money order, nrcBSorregisteredletter. Money forwarded nuv other way. isatlbe sender's risk. In EenJin ffloneyineamuuumuu nui.... hnnld be diBtinctlv stated. bS letters, etc, should be ad-dressed to YT, CALVIN CHASE, Washineton D. G ElSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W.m WASH., D. C. ""VliERB THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof. J. Wi Fowlers, 31b 3rd street, s.e. MrP.Polketys.M- Street, between 12th and 13h Northwest, j H. Reller, Druggist corner 16th and M street, XortnwesU Philadelphia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest. SATURUAY, Oct. 20, 1888. jLocaJs KuOms For Rent with or with out board, 1135 9 st n. w. 3 Unfurnished rooms for rent, 1085, 17th street n. w. The banquet of the Odd Fellows at Carflons's hotel Wednesday evening was a great affair There...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 October 1888

-- ""- -J; . i' "V y M ft i- to DEESSED IX TEN MINUTES ' I Oermantown ludppendert.l Between tbe biisk young woman who can dawn upon tbe break la. b (able neatly and completely dress ed in ten minutes a Her ber eyelids have opened to tbe light of a new day, and tbe leisurely duiel who requires forty-five iitinuies or an hoar for the same operation, tleie is a whole gamut of feminine vari ations. The close obsever of these varying types of fair dress-ers find each possessed of interest. Tbeie is tbe honest, candid xfirl, who con fesses that It takes an hour 10 a same the raiment, of; tbe day and to do full justice to the mysteries of the dressing bereau and the bath. She take s her hour, and in one expects better things. There i. this girl's opposite yet counter part in the equally truthful youiu woman who says she can maki ready for breaklast or the walk it ten minutes, and who does so in nine cases out often. Then comes the host ol errati ones. The girl who will be uready in a minut...

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