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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 October 1888

' ! j-vi.. f "-v 3-,- ? :3- T fiT i9rii - ' ltf(!Midt c ' ??ir5- r jj . o yu GAtS &$r& Terms. 2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. vol. vil. WASHINGTON, D.L C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1888. NO. 22 it: K3t . r.r 9i u FTP ,,, ii '- "" H B I fc. in XBKONG OF THL PRINTER. pick ai 1 lik (joes the npe in the s'ick, As tlii' irinter stands at his case; llisee glHUCP quick And b:s tin'is J)ik The t in1 Jt a iapld pace; Ami one by lie asS the letters go, Wonls are pueu up .NLeuu.y auu slow. SteatU ami slow, ,ut still the grow, And words of Cie tbey soon will glow: . Wowleiiul words, that without a sound Ti averse the earth to its utmost hound. "Woids that shall make The tyrant quake, And the letters of the oppressed shall break ; "Words that can oiuuible an army's might Or tiehie its strength in a right ous figut. yet these types they look but leaden and dumb As he puts tbMii in place with linger and thumb, J3ut the pi inter Miii!es And his woik beguiles 13 chanting a song as th...

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. — 27 October 1888

l -r fl ffwl .MI it r- a i Tke dK BEE. v. V .5KAV la V'3fcfAX!v Publia'-ed every Siurd:y at 1109 I street Bortbwest, Washington!). C. Entered tit the Post Office at Washington D.C., as Second C ass mull matter. FIFTEEN I'll STREET PRE3 BYFERIAN CHURCH. We must look th'e matter squarely in the face. Physically, go to reason, "the little church around the corner" is in a very pitable condi ion. Shut out on the one side from the light of day, in almost utter darkness by the big hotel, and on the other side deep darkness peers, to the exclu sion of light, from the Northwest side; Financially she is out of debt, yet she is more in need of funds, to-day than at any oue stated time since founded. We are friendly disposed to all the elderB and trustees, our love and respect for the church is that of intense devotion for its prosperity. We have reasons to believe that if those elders and trustees, who are now at outs v ith the majority of the members because the major ity refused to sell the...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 October 1888

y&TKT'. i&u -V Wv, 5i5ewvH-. -jpjic- THE IB miS AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. j. W. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. juzoates for odvei Using furuisnea on appll cation Objectionable advertisements will not Je inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order, press or registered letter. Money forwarded a ,iiiv other way. is at the sender's risk. In semllng money the amount and what It 1b for ... i. , ttcfl.iM.lv strut !- sbouiu """"rr" "r"'r. l'iu letters, etc., should be ad-dressed to W, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. O PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N.W., WASH.. D. C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. . rs. Tolkety 's, M Street, between 12th and 131i Northwest. j H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and M eireet,TorUiweBt. Philadelphia House, 348 Pennsylvania Ave. if or th west. SATUKPAY, Oct. 27, 181 8 Locals. Rooms F-jr Rent with or vviih out board, 1135 9 st n. w. The 7th of November will bring forth grea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 October 1888

J " "1 1 ' v. - .- 5 , T ? " r- ., "T T ; '-. -.-- vys1 " h r ; ss tr ft 1 m u m m 1 y KIGKEtt. KICKS. A STINGING REBUKE. The -editor of the J3ee: Bear Sir: If I did not know better, I would have suppnsi d aW. R. Davis" waB a woman, on the principal that the interest of a woman's letter is always found in thepost.acript, as the interest of his so called defense ofJProf. Mando is found in the neat little adveitisement of his proposed re appearance as Richard 111, found at the end of his letter. Mr. Davis says "criticism, while it points out defects, aUo gives cred it where credit is due," and in so saying gives away the whole ground oi his pretended defense, as by ni-i own acknowledgement, 1 wrote of many jraieeworthy points in the Mando concert, aud expressed my real regret that more persons did not hear this really admirable programme, taken as a whole. Sincemy letter trv has taken nn the pame idea in the case of Henry E. Abbey with the New York Tribune, and, so far, are unanimous ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 November 1888

:fc -&fcr Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888. -a. NO. 23 k ' J mm M. , s - mw - THE REAL "VERSION." Well, I ain't no ban' fer raeddlen7 ' with public things yon know. Case 1 git nayRe'f in trouble, an' cause a mighty row ; But since this bere Bchool matter has done gone an' got a lea , Blaine my unwortby liver, eta don't jes up an' speak ! There's enough said o' Cardoza, both in verses an in prose For to cause an honest fellers heart to feel the deepest woe ; But on course be is not sensitive an? hardly christian fied, Or be had not in his writing so most unruly lied. I don't say he's a liar, but my good friends you could see, I am dealing with that letter his truth followed recklessly. But on course we all lie, under some large or small mistake ;, An' in this situation Cardoza "tak es the cake." Well you see I ain't no critic, (for they ain't lined by me) If a man does bad in few things, 'tis bes' to let bim be ; But jes' bl...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 November 1888

-. -rt- M 5 I n 4 ir. a I. IFF : W v i i-: fc t Tie BEE. Un published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington D..C, as Second Cass mull matter. A FISHY SCHEME. Ihejreport of the committee in the Brow'ue-Cardoza investigation was made to the school board on last Tuesday night. Tne report wsb unanimously against Mr. Car doza which should have been the cause of his immediate removal. But, Dr. Francis, who, after signing the report, "goes behind the returns'' and gives Prof. Browne a most cow ardly and malicious stab, which the citizens will not sustain and in time which the Bee will expose. Dr. Francis' signature to the report puts him in a very iuconsistant at titude. The report he signed states that there are certain irregularities in the High School which should be remedied and subsequently, stat es after Fish and Darlington ask for the cause of the fight aud remedy. Dr. Fra cis then proceeds to extol the vii ues and quali...

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

' '$&-' THE J3JE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON, j. . Fowler, 318 3rd Street. ,. s- Tiiuieb for advertising fni-nisned on appli ,t .n objectionable advertisements will not i w-rted at any price. All remittances ,, u, ,! be made by draft, postal money order, . . , , ss or registered letter. Money forwarded ,',, i, t her way, is at the 6ender'B risk. In it, w money the amount and what it is for , u, j he distinctly stated. -V utters, etc., should be ad-dressed to W, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. C pntLISHBD EVE11Y SATURDAY AT mm 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D. C. " w ufiRETHE BEE CAN BE HAD."' lr 1. W Fowlers, 3 IS 3rd street, s. e. Vrv I'olkety's.M Street, between 12th and ,i!ltV'Kl. j h. I'.cllor, Druggist corner 16th and M i!iii i. Northwest. 1 i,.iaUlphIa House, 31S Pennsylvania Ave. jlurfiwi'st. SATURDAY, Nov. 3, 1888. jdoeals. Rloms Foil Rent with or vith ,)Ui hoard, 1135 9 st 11. w. ,',. v i )Our lime to be looking out i r your holid ty presents. G-o to V-miii, whose advertisemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 November 1888

- -"-;-, - I . y . - - -.i - f VI i ! i l 4 f !. 1 fc ill 8f IBHf THE FST Pi J KRFB BARGAINS IjOOO.OOO &ioo,ooq OIFFEBEHT KINDS OF GOODS- YOUNG'S ONE PRICE jS7EW BOSTON Set. Store 124 7TH. ST. BEL 1 1ID K To, TJpeftil honeehold articles 5, 30 15, 25, aud 75 cts. and $1.00 This is the greatest place for bargaius in the city. JOBPRINTING At the Bee" Office, 1109 I Street, N. W., near 11th where you can get DODGERS, TICKETS PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS .RECEPTION CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS, BILL-HEADS, LETTER-HEADS, STATEMENTS, CONSTITUTIONS, BY-LAWS, DRAFT BOOKS, CHECK BOOKS, &c AT THE LOWEST CASH PRI CES. Liberal Disco uut to Chiaches. Benevolent Societies, Social Clubs Military Organizations, and La bor and Trades Unions. ALL WORK READY WHEN PROMISED We have purchased an entire outfit of New Type with the most approved modern Btyles, enabling us to execute our work with satis faction to all. We invite you to call and in spect our office, even if you h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 November 1888

r 'SL. "-' '' ; , tStpjgte&'b. ) forms. 2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per cop). VOL. VII WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 1888. NO. 24 . .'( s- ' TO FREE TKADE. Bads, imiiivitt-cl guest !- Out of our sunny west ! Gotbouart but a pest! we will koT stakd thke! Mnst ffomls from o'er the sea Coimheie of taxes free? rw wi'h democracy! Free Trade, we brand thee ! Look vonder to the North ; 1 Gai on the men of .worth;. Look on them marching forth Ecn now to route thee: Though once in days of yore, Thou ruled upon thus shore, But nil-thou shall nomore: We'll do without thee. Down in the choking dust, Pill' fall thy banner must! And o'er .by sword shall mst, llest av, forever ! Down 'down! away Free ; Trade ! Be hold each workman's blade; Bear1 hear', what Fate has said : . Vain thv endeavor !" Robert E. Ford. AFKICA AND TLIE AFRICANS- RELKiI"US INSTITUTIONS. RAIL ROAD AND TELEGRAPHIC COMMU NICATION, INLAND AND F .REIGN TRADE. THE VARIOUS TRIBES AND THEIR ASSIMILATION WITH TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 November 1888

,' V r ' .f"r sk: r jHf,',; -r;J-'v n --v'Vt!R,',''H2V 1"- .. !);-. ' I If b S fl i 11 - mi W hi The BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, D. C. Entered at the PoBt Office at "Washington D.;C, as Second Class mail matter. AN ELECTION TOOK PLAGE TUESDAY. CLEVELAND DEFEATED. As we predicted several months ago, that the republican tickets would be elected beyond all doubt. Mr. Cleveland was a pretender, per haps, made so by his party who hadn't enough sense to discrimi nate between what wa8 right and what was wrong. The American people had enough of a white-wash policy; they knew that the progress and success ot the country were im possible under democratic rule they knew that the constitutional rights of the negro were ignored; tuat they had no civil or political pro tection in the South ; that it was a corrupt solid South against the North; that the democratic party entered the Electoral College with 153 votes ; that the North would be compelled to hol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 November 1888

--s-jr- ?eiyi'7&3esr jpg?f-!fg; i THE B5E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. j V. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. rstiWHics for advertising furinsned on appli ' objectSonableadverilheinentswillnot ?. ioHedat any price. All remittances , ul i,e made by draft, postal money order, L6 or registered letter. Money forwarded iiv other way, is at the Bender's risk. In .feoAtW money the amount and what it is for - .w.i he distinctlv stated. fiX litlors. etc., should be ad-dreseed as W, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. C SSSlSIffBD EVERY SATURDAY AT " mm ii st.. n. w.. wash., ix a "TviiS e theTbeb can be had. Pi-rtf. J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. iw.YilKety's, M Street, between 12th and i:ih ?.'rtwesU i M. Beltor, -Druggist corner 16th and M 314, "NorinweBt. 4fta4dip1iitL (House. 3iS Pennsylvania Ave. gtonSiwesU 6MOTilAy, Nov. 10, 18S8. f ocls. i " ' IMws Foit Rent with or vith m tourd, 1135 0 st n. w. TNie Indies of Mt. Car.nel Churcb, fcs't'itv, tendered Rev. aud Mrs. iUmtons. a reception on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 November 1888

r Pmr ) WS9TCZ3SZ ZiijtA. . liitMiiatJUAUVJ.l.-'U.JJiS"SPvmi ii I 16 1 p n P' 11 ' i-- tii i j urir :rci& ?vr in f t y ii' nil THE BARGAINS 1,000 OOO&IOO ooo BIFFE8HT KINDS CFREBOO:- ONE PRICE NEW BOSTON Set Store 824 7TH. ST. BET, I IB I : Ii. W. Useful household article? 5 , 10 15, 25, and 75 cts. and 1.00 This is the greatest place for bargaius in the city. COBLES JP JOBPRINTINQ At the "Bee" Office, 1109 I Street, N. W., near 11th where you can get DODGERS, TICKETS PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS RECEPTION CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS, BILL-HEADS, LETTER-HEADS, STATEMENTS, CONSTITUTIONS, BY-LAWS, DRAFT BOOKS, CHECK BOOKS, &c AT THE LOWEST CASH PRI CES. - Liberal Discount to Churches Benevolent Societies, Social Clubs Military Organizations, and La bor and Trades Unions. ALL WORK READY WHEN PROMISED We have purchased an entire outfit of New Type with the most approved modern styles, enabling ub to execute our work with satis faction to all. We invite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 November 1888

Jt s . o. v,. , Terms. $2.00 Per year in AdvaBCB. 5 cents copy. WL. vil. WASHINGTON, D. 0, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888. WtS NO. 25 u - ! Ml. JiiJ'4 JOHNNY BULL. There a stoo I would tell Johnny Bull, . perhaps you know it well Johnny Bull : Uncle Ben has been elected Ami our country is protected, As you might have long suspected Johnny Bull. Yes the chair belongs to Ben Johnny Bull, He's the champion of our men Johnny Bull, --- In the dust lies the Bandana, Whilst our Ben of Indiana Holds the fort, for he's the man-ah ! Johnny Bull. Now good friend across the sea, Johnny Bull, Come join vou in with tne Johuny Bull, Since we are all delighted, And though your hopes be blighted autfriwiuship be united Johnny Hull. R. E. Ford. hibited in many parts of the face, particularly by a large mouth and large full eyea opened wide. Self Esteem. This fact shows itself in a lone: or deep upper lip. ot the additional congressmen thai) were assigned to her as her just due under the new articles of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 November 1888

?$Klm",lrl- ' r- rv--v- rsviz r-7-'-- -a urn '6? a &i JES 'Cflb W7! m The BEE. I'ulrtshe-i every Suuvdar at 11U9 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington D. CM as Secoua C ass mall matter. IT IS SETTLED. Now that it is settled that Mr. Harridon will, on March 4th next, assume the duties of the High office of Executive of the nation, the peop'e of all classes and races are adjusting themselves to ''ac cept the inevitable" aud accommo date themselves to such a line of policy as may be marked out for the ship of frtate. And without hoping to anicipate the character and full scope of such a policy, thereare a tew important consider ations which the Bee is quite cer tain will not be ignored by Mr. Harrison. It iB almost universal ly conceded that the main cause of Mr. Cleveland's defeat was hie stubborn tody ism to the unsound and pernicious doctrines urged by the Southern wing of his party, in spite of the importunities ot his more judicious and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 November 1888

5355v - i- "WWJ&I 1 ' THE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. i . Fowier, qjq . lim..teB for adveitismg farnisnea on appli , oWecUouableadverdMxnenlswiUnot c'lt ?u" .i ftt. any price. All remittances op 11 -.! tr.n rutn1 ttiotibv Oixler. Eh 'Ul . ,. r.i Ktered letter. Money forwarded 4r, oliier wnr. laattlie sender's risk. In nd" n- ""ff he amount and what it is for ISffS." ad-dressed to W, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. O PIT.USHBD EVEUY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH., D. C. ""w iieee'tTiebee can be had. prof .1 W. Fowlers, 31b 3rd street, s. e. i vk 1'olKety s, M Street, between 12th and j ,t rUiwest. j h. Heller, Druggist corner 16th and M firwt, North west. Philadelphia House. 31S Pennsylvania Ave. forthv.usi. SATURDAY, Nov. 17, 1888. locals. For Rent: Two comrnumeating front rtonis, 403 0 st. u. w. Rooms For Rest with or with out bourd, 1135 9 st n. w. ron RENT ; Two large uufur nHied rooms, one front and one iaek. 402 0 street ii. w. For Kent:- Two front com man i eatin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 November 1888

t-t nr -.H'T"--" I ;l f , isu to 'r t, I'll HOW THE TIGER KILLS AND EATS. cleutlQc American. Id a paper read before the Bom bay Natural History Society recent ly, and published in its journal, Mr, Inverarity, a uoted shikari, discussed the habits of the tiger, and especially the mode in which it kills and eats its prey. Some think he seizes by the throat, others bv the naoe of the neck above. - Mr. Inverarity has examined scores of slain animal with special reference to this point, and in every case but one the throat was seized from below. The exception was an -old boar who had been seized by the back of the neck from above. One of a single file of villagers who was once seized by the nape of the neck by a man eater, but saved by his companions, had no idea when he recovered his senses what had happened. Whether dislocation of the neck takes place is doubtful. The tame hunting leopards al ways kill by pressure on the wind pipe, without breaking the skin ; possibly the tiger kills i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 November 1888

" WWWrfJC'VJ- '"r""-- Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. voh. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBERS 1888. NO. 26t ,. , S -.-J ffKy4, , j. Cjfe cV0" 'it $te it'. aFKICA ANDT'JE AFRICANS- RYhVil ITS INSTITUTIONS. RAIL- B.AIAND TELEGRAPHIC COMMU MCATIN INLAND AND FOREIGN XUAIE. THE VARIOUS TRIBES AD T KIR ASSIMILATION WITH THEIR MORE INTELLIGENT BRETH 1U.N THK NATURAL CHARACTER IIIOS OF THK TEGR AND HTS TREATMENT To STRANGERS,; ETC. By T. A. Jobns, No. 3. In our writings upon this subject vheieeVr we may be., we shall ahvavs recall with grateful memory the loalty which was shown to us b lOG.'lah meiiluringour travel oue dark and lomome night along the bai.kr. of the Sf cktoil aud St. Paul. aWo the thlelitj shown to ihe (.ouiinaiidirii 'AkM-r of a detach ment ot troop at which we were a jmvnU's thmiig the campaign of 'Si. rl Ij e account of the former we ae in the Washington Bee at the beginning f the. ear. The men, who cm ir:u ure the African, give ou a different ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 November 1888

fjyUMWfipiutjn - MWPpMipiyyi "e&3&335p&;;v?F ,zrfv 'V-s -fu-i;-: s- 'r r '; - 7 t- ? s'-ir-i- ?' rqrfswo:yiT''' i m-m TOff WW Silt Sjl if" i BEE. P V-& Kl W3? ,V - Jr- Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington D.C, as Second Class mail matter. UNPLEASANTNESS. It is remarkable to note with -what agility tbe over-zealous demo crat, holding a minor position in the various departments at Wash ington, has renounced his theme of To the victors belong the spoils." "The late unpleasantness," (not the late war) "but the election to the presidency of Genl. Harrison, is the cause of this sudden change of front. Many of these gentle men were not content to accept pro motions according to the plan laid down by republican administra tions, but pushed themselves into the fat places under Uncle Sam, re gardless of merit or the rights of older clerks who, in point of time service and ability, were justly en titled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 November 1888

ioe; :be AUTHORIZED AGENTS. liAST WASHINGTON. j W. Fowler, 318 tl,nater, for advertising funiisned on appli i! m Objectiouable advertisements will not mrtedat any price. All remittances I ,ul.l be made by draft, postal money order, I(I,,borreglstered:etter. Money forwarded mh other way. is at the Bender's risk. In II"1" . l .Vin H 4c Vt- fiiline money the amount auu sh mid e distinctly stated -,f srsr sssa. be . jo W. CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. 0 P1T.USHED EVEUY SATURDAY AT ' 'lion l ST., . W.m WASH.. D. C. "' N HERE i THE "BEE iCAN BE HAD, Ir.if. .1. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. , V(. j.,lKely's, M. Street, between 12th and 1 ;n oit Invest. I ii. Heller, Druggist corner 16th and M street. Northwest. lhilmlolphla House. 348 Pennsylvania Ave. Sorthwest. SATURDAY, Nov. 24, 1868 Liocals. For R- ill: Two communicating front ruoms, 403 0 st. n. w. Rooms For Rent with or viih out board. 1135 9 st n. w. Von RiOT : Two large unfur uWuu looms, one front and one back, 402 0 Mivet "- w. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 November 1888

-i ". .$ Jr..v- "v-- , ,,pK,n. -'-&cf ;SMy.- . . - - -- . f I r,t -nscjs"vfipe,ii'S'-vT7y-,Kft-) t - -fcr-. ' tw I Ml g is jk M l '-B K ' i-i y n r p RlSi sss VIRGINIA NEWS. Alexandria. Va. Nov 22nd, 1885. ! W. A. CARTER, a-;e r aul CO r spbndeiitl 9I0, Prince, st. Mr. George Thompson, is verj ill at his borne in tills '-U.v. He is a prominent O Id F liw; ami at one time was prominent in politics, and formerly lit-Iil a posi tion in the treauiy department in Washington, D. C The colored votes in this city were very strong. Mr. Peter Jefferson, Sr., an old respected citizen of this place died at his residence on South Riyal st., a few days ago. Among the positions sought by colore.! men here, is that of th cus om collector of this port-, by Mr. M. L. Rooinson, ot the. LEAD ER. His Micceas uVpnds on tl actions of the new administration which inv recognize 95 per cts.. of the Republican vote, lecently cast here ly colored voters. The- cnllectorship of the bee foi the Alexandria age...

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