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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 December 1891

a jr i LW r LL lk . 1 LH r taLA Lh n IS t Abbm H 4bbbd aLH ftaBBii y f sbb Shb hhE "hiJIi $?! 3JJBBinBB6 - Terms. $1.50 Per year in Abases." !l'. VOL. X WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1891. ,. c 'M ... . f-OR - , '9$f T jgJHp - . 5 cents per copy. t - -aW NO . ?r3K icb Jole ary iley .ker ley, ilay, VJC,l der.l ura, IBUUji .ker. A'. risers s ?aiS3 luV. U"1 SOD- .fever nded je3& ;& ESP'V TUEY A tbiet always has a motive. The anti administratiou move ment will not win hi tbiscity, The 1kf is always prepared to coubidtT a persons motive. Ifyoa don't thiuk the Bee is loaded j;ut get in its way. A uia-i who is false to his friends is not tru- to himself. The Yy is everywhere prepared. The m in that thinks he can lick the ed'toi ought to try it once. Several attempts has been made. The successful one was named Denis. Principal Cardozo of the High school his disregarded the order of the B ard of Trustees. Trot. Brown was given an assist taut teacher in physics, but, Car d...

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 December 1891

"" - -3yf,rmr, ,1M ilf y It .0 1 1 .!:' t , V - U THE f-V BE Published pvery Sntiintay at 1109 North west, Wttslrii g'un, l. C. 1 Street Entered at th - P-'Bt Offiee at hb second class mall matter. Va6hlnglon. V. CAI.VIN CHASE EDITOR. The Bee sincerely hopes thut all colored people who ae di-satia-tied wiih the present condition in this city will g-t throngti with thtir fault finding uhout the R b rett meeting and have their full say at out prejudice and d;Bcnmi Dation among the.8eh ea before the organizat on to be effected by the committee of twenty-five of our representative men is effected. The subcommittee headed by Mr. A F. Iii'ycr is fully competent to manage the afi'air and will conduct it to success if the mapses of the piople will but rally around them aud give them their sup port In view of the relentless war fare now being waged against Murray would it not be well to remember that the white people of this country set the standaids for us in the matter of race dis criminat...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 December 1891

w r ys" -. r. -.. - - j? tv k SBJBM3E pjjrBfc GRAND P,"NraT7,TTi tfti,.. f .v TI " r - - -11 in. u i j j v u' mill - n r iumu. jMu ftiMfiMthaii on I- A.IDAS; &ME&C: - . ---1ssraBrK?f - - 'It' 7. i-rvjif-f;. -W. HPif,,f i. ,fw ",,'V V HiULaLflA T . i mi'iiMffWHinirB inTTM m "hiiu rn Avon i,r .. I ' "x. tffe5i .Aiiy.raHKf.'H!LBfcijmM ji 'H'liiJ'llillHIJUPIllill II ! attni ? i " '.r fr:iEilraraaHKasiWffiiw ,.. J -- " -,, . , -, . :.. ,, . :-fe-EaKHK Ml'jUHLlMliif'MHHRnHBa W -rsy- "wKEr"-. -w -srf.il r i - m -k ' n ' in ! u w i umiii . r. FaimiinB4nr.Ks t' i," w'w tIsbbbV. 1M THE B2"E AUriiOlUZKD AGENTS. SA&T WASHINGTON. . r'owler, 31h SiilS, E. iiua:-t i.r iiUvLtlibiuK fuiniKiieu on appli well desprrnj n - jt nin iiurrnttn.. active interest- nf ii ., B ana fatnr0.i ' .."colue toe drill uuii everal cantata rp, ,. . j-uxs wnn r Mr. L. IS ""Jerrte management of ouivcUuuableadveniMiuientBwUlnot Miadc. fi S B,aUUbe Colder tod at any price. All remlltauces . 8 "looreainl Mm.ni,. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 December 1891

-"J5' " - ; - -SSKfifL &pMiT&&wmmfrnitiwmarv!BFi Hft-K,-.r" , " --"' "3?!? T , ' - - -isa3 - - ,- & . ri . r r itf y oan A IT? irii'HMm BOMB FOR RDSSELL SAGE A DYNAMITE CRANK TRIES TO DE STROY THE MILLIONAIRE. He Wanted $1,250,000, and, on Refus al, Threw a Dynamite Bomli Thai Caused His Own Death and Created Havoc and Destruction. At 12 o'clock, on Friday last, Russell Sage, the famous New York millionaire, iad an appointment in his office, at No. 71 Broadway, with Charles E. James, a oroker, of No. 7 Nassau street. Mr. Sago reached his office at 12.07 o'clock, aud had just Kit lotwn with Mr. James, when a clerk entered and told him that a gen tlemau with a letter from Mr. Rock efeller wished to see him. Mr. Sage stepped out into the general office, opened the door in the partition, and smiled pleasantly at the man who stood waiting with a hand satchel in hi hand. The man, still holding the satcnei in his right hand, unbuttoned his over coat and his undercoat aud dr...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 December 1891

m fY4 'mSSi - -2 " -V--X 'J w I L (C Terms. $1.60 Per year in francs. vol, x NOTES AND COMMENTS. Broad religion rpbiho . i man T Amer,Uan colored man was ordained a priest m Ual- imore last week. Just thmk ot t f you please, iu Baltimore, Mary land, only last week. Now comes . aueiu, tue pastor of Mr Lincoln a church, he accents the directorship in a catholic institu tion, makes a speech 10 his dock, among other thiugs he says : "History has not pages enough to record the absurdities committed by Christian priests and princes. This is God's lesson to us Ii is outlined iu the history of every in dividual of His caurchfrom the savagery of St. Peter pulling his sword to chop off the servant's ear down to the cruel shooting of Huo Bassi. Why do Catholic writer seek to cover up the horrors of St. Bartholomew, the cruelties of au iuquisitiou whicu burned the liesh of numan beiugs made iu God' likeless or the selJ'-suilicient wis dom which refused to recognise the truths discovered by Gali...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 December 1891

,--MS!? ''qHgMMgagitfe && fit eJkS4& --gffiMHMHMMMaH3H' "KSWsaalsss &mm 6 sr I k sb .IVIHpI i ; 4 rt )S ' c, a; ii 4 w fi tt : ' ti- ill u l ) T V vri. t ,- rc THE BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street .Northwest, Washington, D. G. .Entered at the Post Ofliee at Washington, us second class mail matter. W.CALVIN CHASE Emtok. AN ADMINISTRATION MAN. T Mr. Daniel E. Cahill, one of the youug republicans in this ciy aud a man of unquestionable abili ty hs declared itnself for the re nomination of President Harrison. The Bee welcomes Mr. Cahill to Hhe fold of progressive republi cans. MR. MANLEY DENIES. The report that Andy Gieason and his Chief Lieut., put out Thursday, that Mr. Blaine would be a candidate is false. Mr. Man ley telegraphed to this city Fri day that he never used such re marks attributed to him" MR. ELKINS. The appointment of Hon. Steven B. Elkins as Secretary of War puts a quietus on the euemies ot the administration. Mr. Blaine is too loyal to the...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 December 1891
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 December 1891
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 January 1892

'iiO)Sinit? v. Atu.ii! oi .ioj ;o jiuoiutu put; sduurj : V W sgr'PCB?aSE?.;?5 -Ml -. --s-.. (MEE :SZ8l JMsHAdoD .J s f T Iee6se-s - T, ' j n -fd.il ejjtsmtujj.wii?) -g "y & ' - " -' V y Lsa r JbbsK K. ? .1 tJI F " - sMS i (tE :SZ8l imSuaiIoO) f .... -- - .- - - Bin in inn ottiii mm 111 ii ir fjjLs J$ I r , E nltlilT (TIT imft CVfV so. i t ) &4 s i i!i I Jtas. $1.50 Per year in Aancs." tV()L. X ,. M., THEy SAY Apologies are in order. Who will be the nexttopologizeV A little learning makes some people mad. It is not every jackass that can . edit a paper. The man who knows it all knows, a very little. The people want suffrage in the District of Columbia. Be careful what you say and Vhen you say it, be Mire to be Tigbt. Disappointments never come gle handed. ;Teat men dogreat deeds. Incendiary speeches are danger one to be made. When men make speeches they should stick to them. "When you say stick to it. a thing always Some things should be measured before spoken. When you speak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 January 1892

Uil 3- 'sJb - - ' A i -, igy. es s -' EZBKJ . r Hg&H ) v- wt v" . - . , t. V THE BEE m v Published every Saturday at.1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offiee at Washington, as second clasB mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE EDITOR. He laughs beBt who laughs last. The Bee has never lost a battle. "Watch the thieves who rail against the "Lords Anoiuted." Oliver P. -Vorton Post, very sensibly put its toot down on the personal matter when by a strong majority vote it refused to en courage one of its members to strike an outside citizen a blow in secrecy, and to which no reply or defense could be made. No secret organization is justified in allowing its members to wreak out their persoual greivances, their spites, and hates acress its shoulders. Hon John it. Lynch, 4th Audi tor of the Treasury, has been re quested to deliver the oration at the installation ceremonies of Oliver P. Morton Post, No. 4, Gr A. K.f January 14,1892, at which time Walter Middletou, who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 January 1892

$. -.- r .- 1-" A JC-t ..fc v -duJUA . --..- o. ' , -i,;.v -s4-', k- "v. f 4 K ii THE 3BTSE . -' is. i I ilsslMisIM s. U Itf ii. tZi : fj s l 5J II i' X A I i) h . APTUOKIZKDAQEKTa. w. bowler, 818 3rd S. E. KBtimateh for adveiTil! furrmneaon npnii Uoildba ry,PriCe' AU ttce. should be made by draft, postal money order erpresBorregistorodletter. Mouey forwarded u any other way. Is at the sender's risk. In send ng money the amount and what it 1b for hould be distinctly stated. All letters, etc.. Bhould bs ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING. CO. WashluKton D. 0 PUBLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY Ar 11091 ST., N.W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. v. FowlerB.MS 3rd street, s.& Mr. Polketys, M Street, between 12th ISh Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and street, NortnwesU Philadelphia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Wortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Qreeu. 429. 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. "Wm. L. Reed, 93J4 Cambridge st. SATURDAY, Jan 2nd 1892 Locals. WANTED At this offlce a boy to atteml...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 January 1892

V t -a. ii J 3 . X A f V N- N. v Tj&ttim rb ! . APOPLEXY K1LL3 SfiSATOR I'MJJl Stricken While In the Height of Fm ind Appsrent llenltli. United States Senator Preston B. I Plumb, of Kausas, died suddenly at noon on Sunday last He returned from Phila delphia the previous night, where he had been in coiibultatirn with Dr. Pepper in regard to his physical condition, and, though suffering from a violent head ache, attended a reception at Chamber lain's given by ex Senator Mahone Going home at 1 o'clock in the morning, he com plained to his landlord of his illness, and retired. At 2 o'clock hecalled for help, and Dr. Wales .was summoned. The doc tor left his patient sleeping quietly at 6.30, but soon after his depaiture '.ha Senator sprang from his bed and began to vomit. The vomiting ceased for a moment, then the Senator tossed his hands to his head and exclaimed, "Oh, my God, my head, my head!" These were the hut words he ever uttered. His head was stroked to relieve the pain, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 January 1892

I I Jc4r U$ -T ! f. Terms. $1.60 Per year in Afrgnce. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. CM SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1892. NO 33 J . jr" . ph Hk r w .dm r an irk i Jh.. -' a r j-- - ft "Si "" " ' ' Vol. x ' r.o W f 'j & I f' ter i T " !, THE SAX Chickens -will come home to eat. Especially if they can't find food elsewhere. Never desert yonr best friend. An honest friend is a jewel. Beauty is oaly a skin deep soine .tiines. It fades like a rose. A woman's qualities are superior Uo her beauty. Some men love a woman because tshe is pretty. Beauty is momentary. The traits of an honest woman :are fouud iu her actions. So it is with some men. .. good wif4. mother is like a good Yqs can always find the charac ter of 3. parent by watching her -child. .Always be on the lookout for jour enemies. kV. E. Matthews is doing more busisess than ail the brokers in town. It is everything in having money at your command. The Capital City Guard is now organized. There will be no .colored com r panies in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 January 1892

sru K ' i i3" ,1 ft. -,-! TH BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editok. Frederick Douglass is exceed ingly magnanimous to his old masters relatives; his latest effort in that directi n being to secure a position in Seed Bureau of the Agricultural Department for a lady frit-rid f that notable family. Heap coals, ect , lion. Fred. Weekly Mirror There are times in the history of men when they become weak on things that are white. NOT FAIR. The Bee is not a special advo cate of an body, but, it is in fa vor of fair play. ' The criicipms that s me of the enemies of Mr. John A Mots are mtkinjr against him because he Fees fit t defend policemen are unfair. Mr. Moss is a member of the district bar aud na has the right to defeud any body he pleases. The Tribune endoses the can didacy ot .Richmond's talented y-ung barrister, Mr. Jas. II. Hayes for the Libenun Mission....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 January 1892

- JUS. I '!. pr.rt L:Je lhat :M is No tf A C .:tT- fc.:s; vhe is it y y. t; cf i us h 1 1 V, r - A. tV '-fitfji u-M THE B"E.3e. ADTUQRizeu AQENT8t BAst Washington. W. towler. 318 3rd S. E. K8UniatcbfuradvitanBfurn1Bieaon appU cation. ObiecUouableMverti8emeutSwmUo should be made by draft, postal money order expres8orre"isterrtnjtt w , B .. ., cIbW-retItter. Money forwarded ii au other way. is at the eemler'B risk. ln end ng money the amount and what it is for hould be distinctly stated. AU letters, etc., should b9 ad-drebsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C ' 'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST., N. W WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof, J. w. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. Mrs. Polketys, M Street, between 12th I3h Northwest, J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and treet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Wortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Keed, 93 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, Jan 9th 1892 Locals. "WANTED At this office a b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 January 1892

naiini tpaBBBtaitam statammumt aaMMdhaBMaasjaaa w V IN A DEATH CRASH. Eleven Pertoiu Killed by a Rnllrond Stnnkli. A shocking accident occurred last Thursday night ou the Hudson River Kailroad at Hastings, ou the Hudson, be tween the St. Louis Express and the Ninp-ara. Falls srecial trains in which 11 i people were killed and many more horri- 3 ;uly injured. The incidents which led up to the ter rible disaster may be summed up as fol lows : A train which left the Grand Central De not. New York, at G.40 on Thursday even ing was delayed a few minutes at Dobbs rem whim unme trinincr renairs to the .rv?.A sxa'V n A n T .. n 1 il T1 1 11- t ing it was the Nirgara Falls special, a j last night tram leaving the wanu eu- j iral at 7.30. made up of a comjosite car, j two ordinary coaches, and two sleepers, j the last of which was named the Gibral- tar. When this train had cot about three- s quarters of a mile beyond Hastings it j " , , was arrested at a sharp curve by the semaphore signal se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 January 1892

. V sagjap- SHJJLwn, sat-wv. -a38SSt; . sb? MMc f 1 fr J A ' "If :3S - 7 ' s&si&0 4 S v u MMSk 1VV J r ... La.e !., t .j ... " bui cy .ch A ..C Cary ai.cy lter prjr.i, it ecu, laker. Lv n i w Lr- ? re Um J at It-: z Km er J js 9U tUCVV i ;Vr THEY. SA.T The bolters have been defeat!. The republican party in the Dis trict of Columbia will be a repre sentative organization. Yes, don't you mind "Billy" but be prepared to meet your suit. ' Eugene Welburne will be sur prised one of these pretty days. Not a white republican elected on the ticket. The republican central commit tee uuder Major Davis is the re cognized organization. Be true to yourselves. The so-called mass meetings held Monday night were complete fail ures. Four republicans met in the 9th district and nominated a ticket. He is in the soup. A national republicau organiza tion in this city is what the repub licans want. Never desert your friends. Treachery is a mean thing. You never know what man to trust. Disappointme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 January 1892

i i.l.IIHf. mUIWMJ&Xt3aeyL&&mJt0. :jwkT rWBM5&3!Bm '-. - . E& -iS5 ST'"Si 3-q, , tn -.-.r- -J-S- .- 'CA&aa KIHW MF.7!."- HmWITSqMUUBk. 1 v m fP w M U IF! i StM. 1-7 7 I ft t- BEE Published every Saturday at;il09 1 Street Kortbweat, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, as second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE EDITOR. The installation of officers of the 0. P. Morton PoBt and Ladies Aax illary took place on last Monday evening at Grand Army Hall. There was a large crowd of distin guished guests present who seemed to enjoy the exercises. Mr. Walter Middleton was installed as commander. Not one of the Baptist ministers who called on the Commissioners a few days ago in the interest of Henry Lacy is a property owner. The one who abused the editor of this paper has a record too dirty for the cahcum light to shine on. " The Bee will pay its respects to him later on. The man in the government printing ofGce Bindary and who writes the Washingt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 January 1892

"r-is.,1 SJI??5P r j i wtmei 3& .. . - " - -- . . .Mm i , ., , ..-I.-.-, miy t vBHSS .;Afc1 THE BEE ADTHORized AQENT8 EAST WASHINGTON. W. Fowler, 818 3rd S. E. aKaonaln ?' turnup on appll natloa. OblecUouableadvertlBemenUwlllno ehol6 aDy Pr,ce' AU remSace ehould be made by draft, postal money ord?r u anvo,HreS,BterCd!etter- oueyfowarded u any other way. l8atthe sender', risk. In b-ould be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., ghould b ad-dreBsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashlnKton D. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST., N. W., WASH., D C. WEST waSMraTO? H0TES b6?wb08e7i?hMr-Chas-1?-M J, , .se Ueai was announced in StaSonn"?0 t00k P'ace wSv uujrnoou, Jannarv s, from , , wa881ver;eiDaB!,ar"t0n and was very largely attended bV tho yfrS,"1 Fellow soL was a memhfir ' - V of which he On Dis- WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof. J. w. Fowlers, 818 3rd street, s.e. Mrs. Polfeetys. M street, between 12th ISh Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and street, Northwest. Philadelphia House....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 January 1892

lafi mwAMLfUMTOfMI i.S N c: in jk 1 SUlw Sv w i- F5 1 m '"-'rjrw The field desire to -Jy Rr " GBAVKS A MURDERER. Convicted of Polioalnc Mr. Barnaby. A Fall Confeialon. Sensation followed sensation at the time of the close of the great Barnaby murder case, that has been on in th courts of Denver, Colo., for several weeks. "Within the space of 24 hours Dr. Graves lvas convicted, made a confession and at tempted suicide in jaiL His wife's reason ib dethroned, and his aged mother ia dying. Colonel Ballou, whom Graves in his confession says instigated the poisoning, has fled from Denver. In another day he would have been arrested, charged with being coconspirator in the death of tht late Mrs. Barnaby. The jury's verdict was murder in the first degree. It was out only two hours. When the clerk had finished reading the waled verdict a 6cream, which will for ever ring in the eara of the jury, broke the stillness, and Mrs. Graves seized hex husband about the neck, covering his face with kiss...

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