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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 January 1892

mrazssf K r ft x - .-. Terms. $1.60 Per year in Aftance. 5 cents per copy. Vol. x WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1892. NO 35 rfWl k-m " " ." -", -. -T- --V- - m i fey w.s,. t I V THEY SA.Y - ESTrEk. is in th e The weekly convict whole. - Barking dogs will not bite. A detective should be an honest man if nothing else. He should have conscientious scrouples. Be on the lookout. When you have conquered your enemies then watch your friends. The more you feed a snake the harder he will bite you. There is an exception to this rule. Some people have monumental cheek. The Bee is everywhere fortified. The republican party will not be defeated in '92. Change not an old for a new. Subscribers are requested to call and pay up at once. If you want a daily Bee you must pay up your present indebt edness, First-class job work done at this office. The cheapest place in the city for first-class work. Your patronage is solicited. ii EXODUS TO AFRICA. If you want a newsy paper the Bee, read wi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 January 1892

Sil5asSSBrTt.-- lT7y;-'riryr"g'E y hSMfamttMiiiatrH - T 1 r fc "f$. ?' 'v :e- v ?- I u., y a. BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street North -est, Washington, D. C. Entered at th P -st Offlee at hs second class mull matter. Washington, W. CA. .VIN CHASE Editor. PROPER JUDGES. Th r publiMtf. in tin several lisiiic s -tin t.qu""tHl to nee that the pnipi'i juiJe. an recoaiuifnd el It r appointment Thr republican ot tun District ill see that all organizations and laws that are not in uniformity with the recut act passed by the republican central committee are abolished. Yes i im q iite natural that some one would be pleased for the edi toi of this p.iper to retire from the cotHe.-t Bifre Hie victory was wuii then were but t few to take pait to make the tight and now that the battle hah been fuugtitand won, the cowards who had not the influence and courage to enter the contest come in now to get the laurais. The Bee is in to a fini-h and be very careful how you talU ?s something may...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 January 1892

3ff - !.J t. IF 11 :" I V fite II ri I J- JfcUtfl B12E AOTMQRIZED AGENTS. EAST "WASHINGTON. Fowler, 818 3rd a. w. w. Ks imateh for advertiBlnK f anmnea on appu cation. ObiecUonableadrtlmentsino should be made by draft, postal money orSr expressorregxsteredretter. MoneyforWd n any other way. is at the sendees rSTS honnl"!? th5 """otand whatitlefor honld be dlBUnctly stated. All letters, etc.. should ba ad-dreBsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D.O PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ar 11091 ST., N.W.. WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof, J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd Btreet, e.L Mrs. Polketys, M Street, between 12th ISh Northwest, J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and Jtreot, NortbweBt. Philadelphia HonBe. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. SortnweBt. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green. 429. 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. "Wm. L. Reed. 93J4 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, Jan. 23rd 1892. Locals. WAWTiSD At this office a boyj w ohouu lu a uorse ana to work in the office. Call before 9 a. m., and after 4 o'clock p. m. WANTED At this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 January 1892

ZSTlSlSaSseSatmimsamBm ...,1111 m mr't ? T' Tf ,-r -&. '.-""? "' - ft; - , ". " Fifty Celts Per Week, KE W TYPE WBITEES ! THE INTERNATIONAL. Nos. 1 and 2. DEATH STRIKES HIGH. A PRINCE AND TWO CARDINALS CARRIED OFF. GELEA.F JOB PR INTIN TfrE $5 CASH AND- 7 -"& j aft ,- - kk! Zu - ? E at 2S Ertff ' yt. k r. T-'r n fitH ur. t-. m n i fc ..? r" - NByjaiiirowri,sas3 Kb clan d Weeps Orcr Prince Albeit Victor's Sad End Cardlaal Manning at R.t Simeoni, Wke Might Have Been Pop, LaldLow. Great Britain bows its head in grief and sheds tears of genuine sorrow at the death of Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, and, as the eldest son of the Prince and Princess of Wales, hii presumptive to the throne. He died at Sandringhan, on the 14 th instant, where his mother, the Princess of Wales, and his betrothed, Princess Vic toria Mary of Teck, were by his bedside. His death was caused by congestion of the lungs contracted while out shooting just one week before. The Prince and Princes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 January 1892

T .35fc flH- v?r I K -"vM JW A i ' " -S& ""' I K Vb JF-& ''- & I-. 7 i if f y t f. !! u vw ft Tenps- $1.80 Per year in. Atone vol. x SCRAPS, NOTES AND COM MENTS. IEISHMEN AGAIN FIGHTING Par. NELLITES AND McOARTHYITES COMES TO BLOWS AT LIMER ICK. A disgraceful scene occurred Wednesday at the railway station in Limerick, Ireland, growing out of the antipathy entertained by the two factions of the Irish party for each other. The McCarthy ites had been holding a convention at Limerick, and among the promi nent speakers present were Mr. William O'Brien and Mr. John Dillon. After the business of the convention had been concluded a large number of those present es corted Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien to the station. "When Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien arrived at the station they were greeted with hoots and yells and many opprobrious epithets were hurled at tbem. The McCarthyites who had ac companied Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien were naturally highly in dignant at the treatment accorded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 January 1892

- zaasttr -jaiaBfeat,SgglBiS5i fel&JSfi&aesiP If X .? A' ?L i V A- r ,A i Js t ; r & 5- ! i 1 invested I m I&.V Jr i ,, THE W BEE f-H fyf' RPabllehed overy:Satarday!at;il09 1 Street NorthweBt, Washlngion,iD. C. Entered at the Post Ofllee at Washington, as second class mall matter. V. CALVIN CHASE EDITOR. " The editor of the Daily Post, after being "convinced that the editor of this paper had no such an interview with any member ot his staff as wa published is his paper last Sn day, he consented to publish our card which appears in this weeks issue of the Bee. OUR CHAIRMAN. Major Frank Aldrich, chairman of the republican central commit tee is doing all in his power to make the coming republican con vention the beat that has ever been held in this city, lie has tho confidence and united support of the central committee. Mr. W. A. Carter, of Alexan dria, Va., will beginning with this isBue act as our Alexandria, Va., agent and correspondent. Mr. Carter is one of the mos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 January 1892

?. "$f ME? a? hr 111 M i i- r f y ii I t ' THE BEE W. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowl er, 818 3rd s, E. Kstimate, for adverUsinK f urrmnea on appli nation. ObecUouableaavertlBementBwillnot be inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order erpressorregisteredletter. Money forwarded u any other way. Is at the sender's rlsfc. In sending money the amount and what It Is for hould be distinctly stated. . All letters, etc., should b ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH,. D C. corner 16th and WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof, J. W. Fowlers, 818 3rd street, s.e. Mrs. Polketys, M Street, between 12th 18b. Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist ttreet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Cfortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. , D. A. Qreeu, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, 3IASS. Wm. L. Reed. 93$ Cambridge st. SATURDAY, Jan 30th 1892. Locals. "WANTED At this office a boy to attend to a horse ami to work ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 January 1892

., , -BT . . T a Xsu ) -.- . T.& I II . i- Kr ft. m Ir 5 f c t jsssl ' "t. , r I &' 'I 4- ! I 4A- JUDGE BRADLEY DEAD. Aetn a Vacant Meat on the Supreme Court Bench. Associate Justice Joseph P. Bradley, of the United States Supreme Court, died in Washington on the 22d instant, aged al most 79 years. The dead jurist, Joseph P. Bradley was born in Albany county, N. Y., March 14, 1813, and was the master and maker of his own great career. From a poor farmer's boy he leaped into the bench of the Supreme Court of the United States. When a boy his father could not afford to send him to public school. With the aid of Dominie Myers, the village preacher, young Bradley took up a course of study at home. He and his younger brother peddled charcoal and composed verses while driv ing about the town. He was then pas sionately fond of mathematics. At 16 he hud acquired a sufficient knowledge to teach his home school. When he had toiled along for three years, he went to Rutgers College, int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 February 1892

'nmniBin rfrrtiTifairfffflfl, -rr.r.inn wrffM -finnnni iiu m i n.mrtniTTtir? 'pmMnUHe ' y fc w -i w m -&. L ? KvO J ? B- f n fi if Vol. X " ( - 5 cents per copy. ' """'""'"'g , WASHINGTON, D 0., SATURDAY, FEBRCTABYJW892. TT S0RA.P3, NOTES AND ME NTS. Dr. Grimke's novel manner of rermndiug his congregation last fauiHlay of the fact that services were held iu the church each Sun day evening at 7 :30 p. in , as well as at 11 a. in., had the ffect of elicitiug the q lery, "was not that origiual aud good?"' Mr. David Bennett Hill, will be the nominee of the democratic party, too much blu&ter; the nomi nee of that imity this ar will be Mr. Cleveland. The man that cati beat Mr. Cleveland is Geut-rul Harrison, aud he will be the nomi nee of oui party at Minneapolis, and he will do the honor of suc cession 4th of March nest. A rebel, democratic pio slavery, Negro union hating while wuui,ju at the Fouudry chuich last Sundav night talking to the eame class ot white people as herself, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 February 1892

-23fej2p5awfci3& rrapfc&ffa?ar2jea& ssKaacastiKrsagsKKassasaEai Jl 5aE3teaasHSs& ., ..-.-JKMuMHHHBei "t. P-TT.B 1 " TT" T - it .1 . nill"'--.i imm ' '" 'r " "' "-1" lf ll'llTTrT ! jl "" " ,', J 1- Is? Xv r h -i -? l4.- (. &.. .T fc? SMi ' T i f A . 3- a X -. 5j5' Jtl - r7 3 s s; -e :. utnA KT -, II V Published ;overy:SaturdayIat.H09 1 Street Nortnwest, Washiugton,.D. C. Entered at the Post Ofllee at Washington, as 6econd class mall matter. w.calvin:gh:a.se Edios. The Bee desires lo state for the benefit of eiitor Fortune and that dear sweet Iolo of the Memphis Free Speech, that Mr. Bruce is uot seeking honors from any state. It he wants to go to the national convention from this city he can A NOBLE ACT. The action of the D strict Com missioners iu inaugurating a re form in the phce department ol the government is to he com mended by all classes of citizens It is no more than just that pro motions should he made from the police force. What inducements do the worth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 February 1892

wnMMitMmni-; r -rr., .--- FT-:.riag"teatoM v-" --"iT 0, 1 S-aS. vK I w AUTHORIZES AGEKT8. 3A.ST WASHINGTON. Fowler, SIS 3id S. E. Kdtimateb fur advertising rurmsned on appli nation. Obiccilouable advertisements will not be Inserted at any price. All remittances tmould be made by draft, postal money order espresBorregiBteredlotter. Money forwarded u any other way. Is at the sender's risk, in enj?' nr money the amount and what it 1b for h e distinctly stated. 'euers. etc. shnnld h mi.iirocc EE PUBLISUING, CO. f WashiuKton D. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. Mr. Polkety's, M Street, between 12th 13h iforthwesl. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and I treet, Northwest. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Kortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. "Wm. L. Reed. 93J4 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, Jan. 6th 1892. Jt-ioo&ls. WANTED At this oflice a boy to attend to a hors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 February 1892

wfca?.'.. .-i l,!..'! iiit' nff ' W '!' J-.a,riwMm-Tin,.l . r-- n.i ..... .... fk i ( ' day between 1 o'clock audi 5 o'cJocj llio mciriiinir lmli'Qa lift CTiall liaI ILUUSTRJl m -.- u ' & H- V iF A SILVER STUDDED CAVE. Discovery of a Klcli Depnalt of tin Metal Ncnr lcterborouS, OiU. Rumors lone current in the vicinitv ot Peterborough, Oat., of a fabulous cave ' id winch pure silver stmlu-u fie walls and floor in inexhaustible quantity, li:no proved that seeniiujj fiction is in reality ooldet truth. Some years ago two half breeds were arrested for counterfeiting. The counterfeits on examination proved to be of the pin est silver. One of the men dit-d in prison and the oilier escaped and told a physician, Dr. Younjj, the lo cation of the cave. A year later, while on a visit to hia In other. Dr. Yoiui related to him tlta facts in the case, and he, in turn. Iiaiuhnl the information over to A. P Pousett. Sixty acres of farming land near Peter borough were purchased, a company formed,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 February 1892

ifeymr r-afci i iv-i V -?-i Terms. $1.50 Per year in Aos. -' 5 cents per copy. vol. c WASHINGTON, D 0., SATUKDAY, FEi RUARY 13, 1892. SO 37 sv jOi tfyb ' OOiglTTItiTtfrit i -4 r' I If - THEY SAY. Mam is the word. It was a distract nr cry. Look wise, nithongh you may bo ignorant. The ouemy was disappointed. It was a clean sweep and a sur prise to the opposition. HarriMm is in it, and don't you forget ir. Mr. Blaine surprised them all. It is a solid delegation and it will be elected. Disappointments will uouie to tin most sanjruiue. Always be on the lookout. Right is bound to prevail, though hades ass.nl. Who is this that rails against the Lord's auuoiuted. Prof. J. M. Gregory is In it. His euemies to the contrary uo! witustaudiujj. If Bill is nominated he will be defeated. Harrison will be elected ami don't iou forget it. Houeat men will succeed. Men are honest when they act right. Disappointments are numerous. Be up aud doiug, is the wateh woid. Uever uii&lead a fiieud. Mn who w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 February 1892

csssescjch sSBsxassas: rl -- t -w s -- -v- ii II nmWMiiSl - - " ;-- - Mimuiii'iiFimwii sgamnmt 'WnawBiaWli WWMBBBHBBMWWHWIWWMB8ffiaaL'fegFrygujjjfcMupr wM.irriaT"jiwjt'' "sljiA"!1"!-""" r-.- I i tt KT V am3EifHm.itm ' te. if- ! ; BEE Pabllshed every Saturday at.1109 1 Street NorthweBt, Wabhington, D. (J. Entered at the Post OCQee at .Washington, as second class mall matter. V. CA.LiVIN:OH V5E Editor. THE CONVENTION. The Republican Convention that was held in the Academy of Music ou Thursday was the most repre sentative one that has beeu held in this city for Gfteen years. The general verdict of the people it that the ticket elected meets the approval of the entire city. Hon. Simon Wolf, oue of the delegates elected with Mr. W. Calvin Chase, is a man of national reputation and one who has the respect and confi dence of the American people. The alternate of Mr. Wolf is Mr. H. W. Coffin, the sou of Levi Coffin, a great abolitionist. The alternate to Mr. Chase is Arthur St. A. Smith, on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 February 1892

fwn Tzr.-rr'ixjtMm?tttn!ii v crs:r - ' . THE BEE w AUTHORIZED AGEKTat EAST WAbUIXGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd s. E. bs nutate for aUvrtlnR f arniHnea on appli cation. OblectlouableaavertemenuwlUnot bo lurried at any price. A11 remittencea ahou'd be made by draft, postal money order exrsaorr,Bterod:etier. Money forwarded u any other way. Is at the Bender risk. In ending money the amount and whatltUfor hould be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., khould bs ad-dreBBed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washlneton D. 0 PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W. FowIerB.318 3rd street, B.e. M rs. Polkety'B, Al Street, between 12th 18h Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and itreet. Northwest. Philadelphia House. 348 PennBynla Ave, Nortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A. Qreeu, 429, 6lh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed. 93J4 Cambridge st. SATURDAY, Fob 13th 1892. JLiocals. Wanted Four apprentice girls fordressuiakiug, at 1035 17th at., u. w. WANTED At this o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 February 1892

. .- -&- -M&rt ak. cA- teKisrsgssgr &Sf32as85is , Jfc 1 -Sk r- " "1' C" -$'' i- MAClCliZIE'S SECRET. He IChcw Hie Emperor Frederick Had , OoHcrr, lint Would Not Admit It. The dentil of Sir Morell Mackenzie, njs a LuiMi'ra dispatch, the distin guished physician, causes to bo made public for the first time an incident vriiich reveals him in his true character during the most trying period of his lifi Only a f e- weeks before the death of lh Emiror FivuVrick, then still crown B-inc, while Sir Morell was under the twriblt fire of the German surgeons, a dramatic incident occurred. A tadr who had access to his presence lit all timr-s entered his sitting room in the Hotel Victoria one day. Sir Morell w strated by a table, evidently laboring uudM- j;rtt excitement. "You have called at the wrong time," lie said excitedly ; "I am under a terrible strain. " "Doctor," said the lady, bluntly, "you (know the crown prince has cancer, you know it." Yis,T" he said, "I know he has cancer"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 February 1892

gy-'SiSa, &rr-7 "-.J - . a ' . -iV , 4S2 .IB tfe. .j-?. - . . iS-3 BBBBBB1BBBB1BBB1BBBBBBBBB1BB1BBBBMBP"SB ft I " v " i 4fMsP -4 jff f- OIj" ? ' 5cents per copy. 'T " WASIiQTGTON, D C, SATURDAY. FBHRTTARYgn irqq DOES NOT REPRESENT TBE COLORED PRESS. Me J. E. Johnson, Dear Sir I received your letter of lass week confining a plan ouilmed for a proposed exhibit to be made by colored people, iu the Government Building, also a rt-qaeut for wv opinion concerning the same. I have given this matter a great deal of thought, for 1 am earnestly interested in the part which col ored people will take in t'ae Expo sition. L I am averse to a separate exhibit, and everj phase of such au exhibit, and I should be averse to any plan which could possibly result in au aggregation of colored exhibits. 1 am in favor of working through colored representatives to increase the quality aud quaufty of the tx hibit, to he made by colored peo ple, but I do not want these exhib its placed by themselves to for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 February 1892

JgBS3i'r' -$ J$SE " j?t" Vr" ., i y ,, , S f -t: T r v- w.---s'"-&ifkliaj2,cr r " ' -ViJVlJVWMgy -wwum h OrcF35" a ' 15' U i ,. , tfrv h THE 4M X1 BEE Published every Saturday at.1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. " aidilt,the Po?.t Offlee at JWashlngton. as second class mall matter. W.CA.LVI.V;CHA5E EDiroK. icy. Honesty is always the be6t pol The Bee has always been for the renomination and election of Mr. Harrison. Chase and Wolf are for the res nomination and election of Presi dent Harrison. Some people may know politics, but to carry your work into exe cu'ion is something else. The traitors have beu turned down by Chairman Aldrich. Al ways do right and then you will never get left. CHASE AND WOLF ELECTED. The Greatest Republican Con vention evkr held in this City. Over Two Thousand Vl&ITORS WlTNE'S THE DELIBERA TION Distinguished Citizens Occupy the Private Boxes. Speeches by Prominent Re publicans. The Result of the Primaries. The Opinion of the Press. The Bee i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 February 1892

7 H , lMMtfm ? UMl --lp- " - A -jr?c.c - kse nr f rrTiT - t - i J t. ft I AUTHQltlZKD AQEKT3. W. Fowler.tjp 3rd s. E. ' Ksutnaieb for advertising furuisned on apnli Ballon. Objectionable aaveniw-iaents wlUnol be inserted at any price. All remittances hould bo made by draft, postal money order erpressorregiBteredlater. Money forwarded n any other way. Is at the Bender's risk, in Bending money the amount and what it is for oould be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., should bs ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W, Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. Mrs. Polfcetys, M BtreeU between 12th 13b. Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and Hreet, Northwest. Philadelphia HouBe, 318 Penney v tnia Ave. Nortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6lh Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Reed. 93J Cambridge st. 8ATURDAY, Feb 20th 1892 Locals. Subscribe the Bib. to and. advertise in J). M. L. Maxwell, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 February 1892

"""&' iMtM1- af.niiii in.Bnm.ii. Immi wwimamNiwa III fill ! fUU" "sff p- kpi- mm. u ---; i pr W "1b . lv i ii - rn i "T - -L-Ift A3" & , fo?2 I1 1 BK -r . MRS. J. G. BLAIKE, JR.. DIVORCED. She Gets the Cittoily of Ihe Child of lh lll-Stnrretl Union. The supreme court of South Dakota, in session at Sioux Falls, has granted an ab solute divorce to Mary Kerins Blaino from James G. Blaine, Jr., the youngest son of Secretary Blaine. The case wag allowed to go by default. Mrs. Blaine i allowed alimony aud the custody of her child. The case is one that has attracted much popular interest. In the summer of 1886, Miss Mary Nevins, one of the handsomest girls ol Pittsburg, Pa., went to Bar Harbor, Me., for the season. The Blaines have a cot tage at that resort and young James va ioon a slave to Miss Nevins' charms After a brief courtship, the seashow lovers were married in New York city in September, 18SG. It was generally known that Secretary of State James G. Blaine and Mrs. Blaine ...

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