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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 November 1891

V-y . ; 3B Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 7i)L. X THEY SA.Y Vvor sot a trap for jour friend, when you stand on a weak founda tion. ISluhter and talk will not win in the njxt election. Treat your friends light, then jou will bave tbein in the hour of Don't deceive your friends. Do the best you can always. A Virginia or Indiana man will be appointed to the Liberiau inis- MOIl The recent return of the North Carolina candidate, for the Llber iin mission, to the Republican par ty, will not get him the mission. ' Tne Harrison and Morton League is growing. Col, Hazeltou will be left if he de pends on the other side to pull liuu through. Join the Harrison and Morton League. The most successful broker in town is W. E. Matthews. Ks Governor P. B. S. Pinch back is building two flue houses. A strong republican party is ueeded m this city. The Republican party in the District of Columbia must be lengthened. A Republican organization utvded. is Bruce, Lynch and Langston will not retire. The yo...

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. — 14 November 1891

e r amz rN .'if! i . t . : i yuf. i 1 mJt THE BEE Pabllshed every Satnrday'nt 1109 1 Street North we6t, Washington, D. O. Entered at th PoBt Offiee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. The editor of the Mirror is a journalistic crank. The KEe has been a pa.wng institution from the day it was established. The Mirror was born to die. Som men never think of their friend? u til rhey need them, ami affr usi'isr them for tlielr own selfish motives forget they may net" I tb'-m anHin, and in speak ing of tlieir cnece15 mei ti-n ikoso bo h7ped them to succeed as the one? a" gainst whom they had to liht. Weekly GflZt-tt. The woild is made up with just such men. Washington is full of them. Tbobe whom you help generally forget y. u. The CiH, i in rror when it suyB K. Bruce h is at: llice wliicli pav- $40,000 p-r vear. It will nor p!ty inm- t'i m 5.000 per year. A ny on- who say? Hll'er eiitlv hrotlit-r Pop, r-p.-ak without i'i-vts-tiating.' American Citizen. All a...

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. — 14 November 1891

I . " HI I "I,I"W i(W j jx l i i i i in "JL'iJByuPL TlraMMBIMMiiiSIII rrr" "--, . .- . i .anMi j -rJJrh .iaafcgan . - - -. - mij -- i irmir nnTifwriTlimTT'i"! "?Fri' T15 J3IS3E vt I'HOKIZED AGENTS. t.WT WASHINGTON, v ! rr, 'li 3rd S, E. i- , . . .t jtUeilisiuj; ruinibneaonappll i,. oftMmnbleaavenifteuiuutB will not .1 :U hi price. All remittances , .iiwle iy draft, postal money order kt. ifciATHl letter. Money forwarded ,i mi way. that the sender's risk. In iuo'U'x the amount and what it is for t dibiiuctlv btaled. i,u,r. etc., should bs ad-rtreBBod EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O n'.I.l-HKO EVERY SATURDAY Ar 11..1 ST.. X. W WASH., D C. n hkKK THE BEE CAN BE HA W I. v. Fowlers, SIS 3rd street, s.e. v k i',lki'ty'b,M Street, between 12th , .J'iWebU I it. Keller, Pruggist corner 16th and ,,iwt, NrtuwebU 1. ladelphta. House, SIS Pennsylvania Ave. irtnwet.l. NEW YORK CITY. I). A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Heed. 93 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, Nov. 14tb 1891. Ijoeals. WANT...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 November 1891

' f tttKSSJsSSijiikSfLfu mMji, ,- ME.Byjh .hu, dsS wc5iiMk.t3h5 wcftf l v fti 5&iy1fejfi5i3fiiKJiiBBBBBiBHi IhBIIIckK- r n -i i n j Another Pocahotatns. The troubles betwecU me National Got--eminent and the Sioux Indians recall to the memory of a correspondent a pathetic incident which occurred in that tribe 65 or 70 years ago, and which she believes has never been in print She is not posi tive as to dates, but the events are actual, and can be vouched for, she says, by other persons now living, some of them children and grandchildren of the heroine of the story. About the date I have given a Scotch man named Laidlaw, belonging to one of the great American fur companies, traded extensively with the Northwestern In dian tribes. On one of his expeditions his headquarters were for several weeks among the Sioux. During that time a few men of the tribe, for some fancied iniurv. or in consequence of some actual disagreement, became mortally offended with him and determined to take his...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 November 1891

IHSJIIUj. ' 5vT -Vi f Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. "'5 cents per copy. y.iL X WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1891. NO 26 lBBy MeTi7tfrrr'M ifajmjjtflti TUE SAY H 1) Viow Park is the place to pun he ;l lot. j,m h vour chance to purchase a V 'ii Viiginia. C .ii at the Bek office and see the Ila flas the Pilot ever asked either lu Hi or Bruce to take stock in ib paper? (V James Hill should not at tuiip' r kick out the traces. C iti the Pilot prove that Auditor Lt i , was not invited to Ohio? Tu Rle will wager 50 dollars and deport the same with the Capital Cit bank. Tin- Doufflass boys Lewis and CiMi t-, wrote the attacks against jIfM Bruce and Lynch. The old man eloquent must iu sjui tbetn. That is a cowardly way to fight. Will the Pilot explain its attack on Mtssis Bruce and Lynch. Did the Pilot ever offer to sell an mtrit-bt to any one? Ui course Sprague would not o3fi a pait ot his paper to any one. l'n".li Morris will go to the State ot Washington. De will have ampl...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 November 1891

I' 0 w t f IM h i t w .I' V . ', v ?t smJ THE V BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at thn Post Offiee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. W. V. Turner, one of the best informed political writers in the country, and Jessie K. Roy, who is always up on sporting matters have' been added to the staff of the Bee. It is desired on the part of the nianageis of this paper to make it the very best edited papers by Negroes in this country. The nest weeks issue of the Bee will contain a list of tht contribu tors to the purchase fu d of the Young Mens Christia- Associa tion. Some of the best citizens in this city have contributed to this iund. THE REASON WRY. The paper of Col. Geo. M. Ar nold before the Bethel Literary on last Tuesday eyemug was a. mas ter piece of logic and oratory. His presentation and expose f the wrongs inflicted upon the colored people of this city. His wit and humor kept the house in a contin i...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 November 1891

,-- i. Y ! 1 " -" t-' "" -" '" -' "- "; " -5-, "' . 7" ,-41i "i ' -!IBa K.---..-1 THE BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd S, E. w. & iiuHieb for advertising furnisned on appll (il,i. jliectiouable advertisements will not ' inserted at any price. All remittances gii.uiM be made by draft, postal money order ei,r08.borrej;Btcrcd!etter. Money forwarded a auv oilier way, is at the sender's risk. In 6e,ui'" money the amount and what it is for n.ulJ be distinctly stated. .H Jetters. etc., should bs ad-dresfied EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashinKton D. C PCULISHED EVEltY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. VllRE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W. FowlerB, Sib 3rd street, b. e. M . rolfeety'8, M Street, between 12th isb Northwest. j H. Beller, Drnggist corner 16th and j'reet, Nortn west. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jJortDwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, Cth Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed, 93J4 Cambridge st, SATURDAY, Nov. 12st 1891. Liocals, WANTED At th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 November 1891

jwtt .iraBMigwwffffiiPBMBMwaifiiBM I 7 I tt-: L i Vl ; fe f. - i Ml i If the Convict Are Returned to Hricr vllle Itl Thoucut Blood May Flow. Great excitement still prevails in tht Tennessee mining districts. One hun dred and seventy-five of 500 convicts re leased have been recaptured and are con fined at Nashville. The board of prison inspectors has de creed their return to Oliver Springs, Coa Creek, and Briceville, "when it shall In made to appear to the satisfactior of the board that suitable provisions for the safe keeping, health, and comfor of the prisoners have been made at saic prisons. " Governor Buchanan has addressed i letter to Sheriff Rutherford, of Andersor county, reminding him of his oath to en force the law to the extent of his power and saying that he (the Governor) has gone to the extreme limit of his power ir offering rewards for the capture of the convicts and the capture and couvictioi jf the leaders of the mob. He reminds nim that the law provides that if he is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 November 1891

7 -. -o - i 1 miiI '"J JLTMamfflrnMlfflfMlMin nrmuM "? !J...TWJWWmMlWMP M M II Mn. -- --MT-V. T-'W'-J i Til HMyiinMwrrffcfrnr JJM w mm Mji0lfl JTSafc nJJ " iii'"' " ",, '. - " - - '-fass-s ciWw ij V J- i"Vi "vAJ Terms, $1.50 Per year in Amines. 5 cents per copy. i X KsmfsxBge THEY SAY JL" i .. republican part' is on I lUMpuhs wins the priz'i. top. , . tn in tu Olarkou at the helm, t , iii-m a Iotj at High View ') n want a good home, if so :,im a lot a t High View Park, ! ;. Pee is the peoples pilot, national committee selected a .j itltce lor holding the next i.'iml Convention hxcellent building lots at High f u Paik, Va. l .dl at the put. Bee oflice and see the Secretary Nettleton is a politi t. tu iiom way back. Republican success is assured in The le. mogul has voted his last Ol. Geo. M. Arnold has been !;t:teti president of the Belhel l.ituaii. A worthy iecogniton of a good nan. vYou may look out for a great lu.xtnutioii. Read the Bee if you want a live aper. The 5th district re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 November 1891

Vrf r w 4""" iWc'1 . ( , IK ! tei w t 1 IP TEH Published every Saturday 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the PoBt Offlee at Washington, as Becond class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. The reclu8ed editor of the Pilot Mr. Charles R. Douglass, should have stated how much the Bee was paid for publishing that biographi cal cketch of the dead mogul. Perhaps the Bee might surprise Mr. Douglass shortly by telling him something that he would like to know. The editor of the Bee has no favors to ask neither are his editorial columns lor sale at a cheap price ; nor has the Bee ever attempted to intimidate a repre sentative of the race by informing him that if he did not hurry up and purchase his editoriai columns that a thieving penitentiary convict would take a stock in it. Will Mr. Dougless inform the public if the editorial columns of the Pilot was eyer offered (or sale. men To wanted the front! You are IT IS POWERLESS. The action of the nation commit tee or the ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 November 1891

nt mm ... - - . ' "?- ' "ST$ - -, - T "' THE 3315E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. tJAST WASHINGTON. NV. Fowler, 318 Srd S, E. nm(ucb for aiKertlMnc rurmsnecton appll . uon. ublecUouableaavertlEemgntgwlllnot oe inberiedat auy price. All remittances gnoultl be made by draft, postal money order xpiess or registered letter. Money forwarded e auv other way. Is at the sender's risk. In ('eiidms money tbe amount and what It Is for bould be distinctly stated. AU letters, etc,, should bs ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washinuton D. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. VnRE THE BEE CAN BE HA prof. J. W. Fowlers, 318 Srd street, s.e. itr. Polkety's, M Street, between 12th Hh Northwest. j H. Heller, Druggl6t comer 16th and street. Northwest, Philadelphia HouBe, 848PennByivanla Ave. tfortDwest. NEW YOEKOITY. 1). A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Keed. 93J4 Cambridge at. SATURDAY, Nov 28th 1891. JLocals. WANTED At this office a boy to attend to a horse and to work in the off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 November 1891

-PEKHEiMV V ftC" r U! II 1 - J J,- --r -- " ""i ' "' . " ."''. -'""- " . -y, & J i I ft 3r "" w tv 4 - jvjej nan oK'-. ' NATIONAL CAPITAL AFFAIRS. Late News at the Seat of Government. Peace With Chili. It is evident that all immediate danger of a conflict between our Government and Chili is over. This is shown by the fact that orders have been issued lj' tho Navy Department which show that tho purpose to couceutrate our entire navy in Chilian waters has been abaudoned. Ad miral Gherardi, with the Philadelphia, and Kearsage, and Concord, have been ordered to remain on the West India station, while the Atlanta has been or dered to Brazil. Tho Newark and Ben nington will not receive sailing orders at present. The Chilian minister, Senor Montt, has been formally presented to the President, and the utterances on both ! sides were pacificatory. Our Relations With Italy. There is not the slightest foundation for the report which reaches here from Rome that the United States has recog n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 December 1891

' iPBW r"P- IMllea,1MflVftnTlQfrtrnMtb"iUAM"Tlri'" tun ttt-t-- r a'r -,, , v FsPf T - -"V a --? t r T-wat.- -iMiimii irffiinh wrTrTiMHi i nSSv!aamEElm iPirHTrflmifMEM 'seKtsBssswmifusr s?s r-ssmaumj -sjmstk! -.w T-j&s&-iiMdmm&.4.Lm!SmmGmL . ar ?.- " i&gaw- ?K?&&&!r!HHKHt W Terms. $L50Per year in ACsacs." VOL. X HELL'S BOTTOM. Y. M. C. A. (D. C.) To the Editor the Bee : Deae Sir: Those to whom I am allied personally in the church, political ly, or "civilly" aud who kuow me, there is no oxplauatiou needed, lo muio who ouly knov of me, aud as .i matter of respect to the great mass who think 1 am sometimes light, at least ou some questions, i statement is due. The article, (accepted as an ed . tonal) in a paper issued in this ot;,-, ov. 2S, 1891, wntteu by the iu uistf r in charge of the church u.imed ior our martyr Presideut, in which 1 am held up as having no religion and without any chris tian tibre is correct so far as the tandpoiiit and judgment of that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 December 1891

H ' vP'j'-tMBBBHBHBBssssjtaJiiis FffKHr, jBMFrBHilfiBiBiiiStWoK. . -"" ,'bEeBB9E8B9HHBMlll?29Hfi3CK2h t TrrbpSlffiyJBSBBBwBBBHHBlBHBBB ffiTiL.' sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss HIHl ."gfcgSHiBII pSfflfrigBBsslsssfS 1 !1 1 wr m V THE vMIL BEE Wfis. Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at th P8t Offlee at Washington, as second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE EDlTOlt. tExscnmasBaiiaH A TRUE SAYING. TliPre is a saving of tin French Phll onph. r, Couriii, w ii-li those who ar lai inir inch a hu- ami cry atjuiun Du;i gMfs, Bmcf, l.yi cli and the reat roteht do uel ti. pnndiT over. It is thi." The verv hanuter, the sign of a great man, is "that he succ eds.' Alio Amu ican Setitinal. ALL FOOLS ARE bOH DEAD. Frederick Doug'a av well exclaim, "is-iV" inelMiin mj liiemM The unhealthy ze.il di-pliyt-d by the editor of the Pilot, who. ei he i?, son or-i.tf-in-'aw, in rush ing to Ins cM'-iift at evi-rv IiUHirniarv r llection, ts more pa . ful th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 December 1891

IHtoZZ K5 ssbem Hse, .-bbb4bbHbbi. THE JBCTE .VUTHOUIZED AGENTS. SAST WASHINGTON. Fuwier, SIS 3rd S, E. V . .i.itob for advertihiuu furnished on appli M ,. i)l)iectlouableaaverti6euienUwillnoI 3t. nsoriodat any price. All remittances tlI,.u j t.t maile by draft, postal money order, e ,. rogibtervil letter. Money forwarded ... .ittiiTwai', Is at the Bender's risk. In ,lU uiu money the amount and what It 1b for a . 1 .1 if disUuctlv 6tatd. Ali letters, etc, Huould t ad-drbsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O pi'BLISHEn EVE11Y SATURDAY A' lins I ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. w. Fowlers, 818 3rd Btreet, s. e. rs p.ilkety's, M Street, between 12th ISh Northwest. j H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and itreet, KortnwesU Philadelphia House, 548 Pennsylvania Ave. ortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Vra. L. Reed, 9314 Cambridge st, SATURDAY, Dec 5 h 1891. JLocals. WANTED At tbia office a boy to attend to a horso and to work in tl nfli'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 December 1891

A ' ?&ri-1 m SSK ' fit It t & rj 4 lit beU3& f 311 yxgOaqts A BIG HOT&b FAILS. It Last the Hebrews Can Laugh at Stewart Heirs. the J. G. B. Wool worth, the manager of the Grand Union Hotel, at Saratoga, N. Y., has made an assignment for $25,000. Several years ago the management of ,. the Grand Union Hotel, at Saratoga, I .jwned by the Stewart estate, under the .lirection of Judge Henry Hilton, aston ished the world by announcing that no Hebrew guests would be entertained. Disaster was then predicted as the out come, but with Stewart's millions behind the house the public gradually lost sight of this remarkable departure, and it fi nally came to be generally believed that tiny man who ran that magnificent es tablishment would be backed by the heire ot the Stewart estate, and that it would be an impossibility for him to fail The Grand Union has always been a sort of white elephant of the Stewart es tate. Under the latest arrangement made oy Judge Hilton with the Stewar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 December 1891

"WiP-f yMtr altf VgBi i;idt?Ss!ws?V .l - -s8iMWP ' BB5PtKf lXHIB3illll KX& c- - . t -. , , ----. -,--".-- vMihi, vc--- " r iti - ..aAv'Ki. uHRtiux3MMiaiiaraar' . v. , - - ; : "r - "-' - , ,;-- ; . .rO' V ' ' ? yt- - -. . ..".', L.-y .- v, .---'X..- Terms. $1.60 Per year in Affanoa. 7 ; 7oLX '! '"'" " 5 cents ?'8r co " 3 . ' WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1891. vTT ' f TUET SAT aSfiR That 500 dollars had better be forth coming. Why does't the sheet of the con victs make a charge and have the courtB to settle it. It will not be any play busines and don't you forget it. Will Kennedy has been robbed of five hundred dollars. The convict in the Interior De partment will be given an oppor tunity to use bis broad sider. His occupation is about gone. Wait a few days old boy and watch the result. The jap in the Folding R otn of the Government Printing office has played his last trick. His jack has been caught. Men on the labjring gaug have been turned off because they de cline ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 December 1891

Brls!sssssssssKflssssssssssssssssffSfssssssssssssssss t 1. . t k .4 j ' 1sf F -"l Iff a r THE Nfe BEE Published every Saturday at.,1109 1 Street Nortnwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the PnBt Ofllee at Washington, as second clasa mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. Fiira Flam leaders" -what is it? President Hurison will be re nominated tiv incl-tniMtion. The colired people ask for fair play ami n-t social equality. Don' get inuhiened Perry, wait until the central comniitiee is elected. Let every republican do bis du'y and elect central commit tee tbat will favor primary elec tros. The firai actofth-- Jem"Cratic lioute has ju-t ended in the elec tion of Mr. Unep of Georgia. Col. James lliil of Mississippi will be one of tun deletes at large from the s ate. Coi llill ass rtri ttiat bis state is solid for the administration. THAT COMMIT 1EE. That smelling committee that waited mm Recorder Bruce was beauiiully given a backseat. Mr Bruce was of the opinion that CaiBou had been sent th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 December 1891

t" ! '&&B0SSmb LJlSaS'i,8- Jv-n Jfoja the.l.A GEAMD ENTERTAINMENT. I jobs if tlion ' isC? --jazjc uau UUCK WJJT 5EC , Tansrrsi' u-. i - .$... j-.. f"' " " " ""i. " . L i .Tts bfc THE BISE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowl er, SIS 3rd S. E. w mater, tor advertising furmsneit on appll . ti.t.uitlimnhlA nlXvfVrim Til tint c-urtll nrt je inserted at any price. All remittances ,&vu.d be Iuade b" drftft Postal money order jpKbb or registered letter. Money forwarded 'nauv other way. Is at the Bender's risk. In (ending raoney the amount and what it 1b for nould bedlfitlnctlv stated. AU letters, etc., suouia us au-uresseu EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PUBLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST., N. W WASH.. D C. VflRE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof J- W Fowlers, 818 Srd street, s. e. yrg. Polfeety'B.M m Northwest. Street, between 12th j H. Beller, Drag? jiBt corner 16th and lreet,NortnwesU Philadelphia House, S18 Pennsylvania Ave. -Jortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A. Green, 429, 6th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 December 1891

SSSSfc tvas'iwtfcy. r'i. p. - 4 1 w. i I "5 ' t 1 1 a I f ' m V v Hi t I1AXCED A CORPORAL. Murderous Act of! Discontented British Horse Guards. There was much excitement at the Uorse guards in London upon the receipt oC intelligence from Aldershot, where is situated a great military camp and bar racks, that a spirit of murderous insub ordination was prevalent in one of the regiments stationed at that place. It appears that a corporal of the Second Battalion of the Prince of Wales's Lein ster Regiment (Royal Canadians), which battalion is at present doing duty at Ald-ei-shot, had by his petty tyrannies ren dered himself an object of peculiar aver sion to the men. Complaints were made in the usual mil itary form against the obnoxious corpo ral, but they seemed to have no effect. Finally the men became convinced that they would find no relief by complaining, and determined to rid themselves of the corporal As the corporal was going his round he was seized by the men. He at tempted to c...

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