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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 April 1889

- 'i(r'v3VnrF':!:!l .i Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. vol. "vii. " WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1889. NO. 47. Cot r m r mm A - tfHhk. Ak a - WMtttpatt If Fr T - y III . I :' COMMISSIONER JAMES TANNER. A GREAT SOLDIER AND A (KN0WS BUT ONE SIMON PURE REPUBLICAN. A MAN WHO PRINCIPLE REPUBLICANISM. " - . . ..UUBfl. EtfFV -zT:;i3"" "" -" -V -;Ti --. -..".-- (From Home and Country.) a readers a household To introduce to our man whose name is word in the family of every veter au in the land, whose physical in juries in the war were greater even than those of his predecessor in the high office to which he has been apppointed, is like crowding tue mourners. And yet the task ib a nleasant one. The Nation never has, it never can do too much for men who suffered so much m her defease as did Gen. John 0. Black, the lately retired, and Jam os Tanner, the present Commis sioner of Pensions, James Tanner is a native of Schoharie County, New York State, where he was bor...

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. — 20 April 1889

- T mm "TH fU- It J f -TEN the REfe. -rvt- 1'ublisHetl every Sviunliy at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. mercd at the Post Office at "Washington D.O., us Second C.ass mnil matter. FRED DOUGLASS. Mr, Douglass7 oration at the Metropolitan church last- Tuesday night was a masterful and schol arly effort. Like all his literary pro ductions it received, and vers properly too, the endorsement of the cultured aud intelligent aud ieuce to whom and lor whom it was especially prepared and deliv ered. Mr. Douglass as usual iu- . .dulged in some beautiful oratori cal flights and drew very heavily upon his imagination to couvey to his hearers the idea that the negio . is eternally and fundamentally the inferior otthe white man. He sees nothing but defeat aud ruin for the negro as a negro in this country, aud advises the race to subordinate . itself to the Caucasian race because the latter is, as he believes, sti Oliv er, iutellect-ially and financially, and must per force be the domi n...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 April 1889

'i - fc- J e rfSE BTBZE ALTHOHIZED AGENTS. CA"T WASHINGTON. SIS m ri J- i'ow'1' - .. I ! I IRlll ""''.imblcadTeril-einentsllnot c,,,u' . .... nv wrice. . : ll HI -.; ,'-- furnisnea on appli en ts -will not All remittances The Excelsior Light Infantry tve a RviY- S M- Newman, of the First Cougre- frrjmfl Rpcniitinn nn 'net Mnnrlotr niol.t fn g&tlOnal Chlircll. SDoke Ofl Ml A rnlnfinna nf .1 i.il. mi.. . J .." .t... ! T)fi.Htor atlfl p.hiirnli Dr t: vr t ...., I a CIOWUU IIOIISB. X lie OCCablOn DPll'i LU! , f. w. irey. o. l. xiiu wu, I tue ijuatui, uuppiy responded to these ad dresses. Rem irks vf e also made by Rev. F' X Vnt?re of th -Presbyterian cliurch and Rev. Walter H. Brooks, of tin- Baptist cuurcii. mere was vocal music by a quar ts gtiot; l ,! '7 Ide by dmfU Postal money order ,! '' ' k1 'alter. Money forwarded v ;j,er WBi. " :. . whn. ,UBfor ))K.ytlieSH10UUi ..-,. rat se"""1-" . ..."! Rifled. .' J ! a,b1""' . e,.nl, sb to IetJrh. etc, should be ad-lreHsed !? 1PITBIJSH1NG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 April 1889

v K m M kki A FAL SE STATEMENT. Lnuibiana Standard, Apri 13tb. All of our readers know that among the numerous delegations who nave called upon President Harrison, none jbave been larger or more clamorous than the contin gent hom Louisiana. If one may judge of the result of their inter views and the success of their rec ommendations by the public prints, they left Washington in high dud geon with the administration. On the eve of their departure they fell au easy prey to the blandishments and importunities of the wily re porter. Their "mad" was up any how, and no doubt they said many things that the ubiquitous scribe deBtorted. Theeporterof the 2. Y. "Star7' is a very smart, energetic and pol ished man. He can in the short est possible time, ingratiate him self into ones favor, always of course with an eye single to his employers interest. A member of one of our delegations fell a victim to his wiles. He unburdened him self, after leaving the President, like this "Just liae an India...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 April 1889

- "i- ".. - - . " ' "'lr ' -.- I " . " M. - t r M -; v? s I . f - 70 f . Terms. $2.00 Per year in IdYance. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1889. ko. 48. J, H'S (Lot llVV- voir vii. t,iH& HICKS, MINISTER TO JPERU FROM THE UNITED STATES. Colonel John Hicks, whom President Harrison has appointed "Envoy Extraordinrry and Minis ter Plenipotentiary to the Repub lic of Peru was bom in Auburn U. T. 1847, but removed with his parents to Wisconsin, where the family located in Waupaca Coun ty, a region then on the frontier Notwithstanding the lack of edu cational facilities, he managed to pick up a good school education, as he evinced an unconquerable desire for self improvement, often walking many miles to borrow a bjok for reading. When fifteen years old he commenced teaching school. His father who had enter ed the Thirty second Wisconsin Regiment at the outbreak of the Civil War, waB killed on the South EdiBte River, South Carolina leaving a family of 6 children...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 April 1889

m i. m The Am BEE m$ ? G-""-5r "VJ . Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Btree northwest, "Washington,!). C. ntered at the Post Office at 'Washington P. C, as Second Class mail matter. KILLING THEMSELVES. One of the mo3t remarkable and at the same time moat unfor tunate features in the method of office seeking among our colored pjliticians, is their apparent dis regard for harmonious co op oration Every promiuent office-seeker (or nearly bo) has picked out his plum and is determined to have it himself or see to it that no other colored man gets it. He therefore gets his papers in order, presents them, in the name of his constit uency, to the appointing power, and then lurk3 about to Bee if any one is hankering after tbe same place. The mere selection of theplace, he thinks, determines his fitness together with his abso lute and only right, not only to possess it but to see that no one elBe shall contest his capacity or his right. The result of this method has been to set our public m...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 April 1889

THE BBB AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. J. W, n. 'c i0blCp,ce. Ml remittance. i,ib"U iPi,vdiUpoBtol money order sh '" "Iuir. Money forwarded et ''-"nr-'.:,. i at, the Bender's risfc. m 1 aus otix'J . ' amount and what it IB foi money the ,::n;.Ju"ctivBuuo.L KIl '" btaould be ad-JreBseci Vli letters, etc, tvl IJBE rU15IJSHJG, CO. 1 Washington D. O . , ,.UE1 EVEUT SATURDAY AT V'1. 1 ST.. X-W.. WASH.. D. C. , ,. ,."e t5b "55b can BE HAD. '.'.. Fowlers, 31 3rd Ktreel, s. e. ' ;;';!:;(.;rK,iVl streel, between 12th and lr, JMmgg coraer lUi ana M ... ,.alr . KfSPouusylvuwlK Ave. April 27 w, 1889 U,.OIF I'l-Vf with or .viih- lTi i. i .i Miia 9 st n w. ,, , ,.. je' ork done at the Bee mK RCXToneliuge front room with n,."(to,r ImhhI, no. I7O2 L st n. w Wasted at this office a young man to make himself generally use ful. Hon E. I. MeCabe, of Kansa.s for merly : .if Auditor, 1 he only colored man ever el ided iu Unit dokMoii north of Mhhou and I..XUH s II iif. is candidate for Keglater of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 April 1889

3y!i5,fflB9MJTa$?w ;S!ST a i-ii gJ i NEW YORK NOTES. " Easter Sunday was a day long to be remembered. It was warm and clear, the tbermometor reach ing summer beat at midday. All of the churches were beautifully decorated with choice flowers caus ing a iragrauce to permeate the edifices, tuat was charming to the eye as well aB to the other senses. Hector Hutchings Bishop conduct ed the services at St. Phillips. The church was crowded at the morning service, and the floral decorations showed the taste of the committee of ladies who, with the Rector's es timable wife, had charge of their arrangements. The offutory was liberal and the choir sustained their high reputation. At Bethel Dr. R. F. flurly was assisted during the day by Bishop Wayman, and in the evening preached to the Mt. Calvary Coin niandery. ' At Zion Dr. Waters preached to full houses day and evening, and preached a special sermon to commaudery in the evening. The bright uniforms of the Sir Knights, with the floral decora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 May 1889

- - "'' - Cot Wasfajjtoti im. H k .' J I : - ?! - .5 Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. "vol. vii. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1889. SATHASF.DIXOS. ! Nathan F-Dixon, eleeted United Shf'es Senator from Rhode Island, belong to a iV.mlly, which has been mominpnt in national affairs for Jnanji wars. Eis father was long time in Congress, and his grand father was Senator and President nffhp fnited States Senate fifty rears ago. Senator Nathau Dixon was born at Westerly R. I. on a farm, which for some generations bus been in the hands of the family. He graduated at Brown University in 1803 and from the Albany Law School in 1871 in the same year he was admitted to the Bar in Rhode Maud, Connecticut, and New York. He was United States District At torney from 1877 to 18S5 and has been State Senator since 1885. He is a firm Republican and is also a Protectionist of the sovereat type. Personally ho is liked every where, iiPinrr n nnlished and handsome didn't cake to obtrude himself. The f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 May 1889

Twr . - -- T nK-WTttf TUlTT 1 h- Jt " t Tke BEE. Pub isiied every Siturday at 1109 I Btree orttnvesl, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C., as Second Class mail matter. FALSE ALARMS. A false alarm is 6imply a false alarm, nothing more. Ealse alarms are sounded sometimes bj fire commissioners to ascertain ii all the men are In headquarters ready tor duty. False alarms are ouuded by self constituted lead era of the negro race to find ou its sentiments and feeling, which the leaders alluded to are as in capable of treating as a Zulu chief is of reaching heaveu without wingB. The people are becoming used to these little side issues. They are beginning to understand that a man or two can do as much Bhrewd, sharp i?ork on paper, in the name of the "dear people," as fiv hundred or five thousand; that three or four men cau hold the biggest mass meeting the world ever saw or heard of; that more cut and dried resolutions can be passed amid vociferouE and deafening ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 May 1889

Vf -. - ""jSe IIHOIUZED AGENTS. r VST WASHIGTO. ca " ."I. v pr.ce. All omittances u '-'a,lcdiU,lKstal money order i - ' " .plotter. .Money forwarded '"fc " v- Ssutthe sender's risk : In VjV.eninount and vuat Ills lor F '-" ' " " ,YnIlV Bt&tid. WashiuutonTXO - .M ,.,-EU EVEKY SATGBDAT AT Pl5"' ,.T.W.. WASH..D. C. 1a i ' . . - h 1' THE'iSe CAN BE HAD. ' V fowKOT,3U5 3rd street, 8.0. 1 ' s Street, between 12th and 1 -N , 'Di-nggiBt corner 16th and M , , wesU House, 8 rennsylvanJa Ave. v.-' BTUKDAT, May 4th, 1889 PuOMonrvET with or with outVuurd, 1135 9 st n. w. oflli" I Ilil inspect, roK jjexT one large front room with or ,tJoutb..Hnl, no. I7O2L stn.w. MED at this office a young mau to wake himself generally use- The Capital City Guards, 50 men, ai.d the Baud, 24 pieces, visited -w York and are greatly j.leaed with their trip. Too greatest eveut of the sea sou wih be W. A. Stewarts Liter ary C .ruaval May 30th at the Metropolitan church to the Junior Excelsiors. Mr. Y. Calvin Chase...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 May 1889

""'' - ""-r - l-'lv r 5S '"i-ti-i ,; "s, ip.4 7vy&tLv-- -".' i. -fv WS'IU-J .--r "ll ,' g r,i. BBMrtni IK t , 9 h NEGRO JOURNALISM, ITS UTILITY. How may negro journalism "be best utilized in the direction of advancing the religion, civil and political interests of those whose necessities have called it into being? And in what way has it served to elevate and protect the interest of its constituency? To the first proposition I answer that negro journalists to be suc cessful in their mission must have the united and loyal support of negroes themselves; that negro editors and publishers must be thoroughly in love with the work, thoroughly in earnest in the pres ecution of it, and thoroughly alive to the wants of their patrons. The utility ot a six column folio print ed on all four sides with stereotype matter of remote origion is appar ent on its face. It makes the best kind of wrapping paper, and is useful when putting down carpets, as a protection to the carpet. The successful ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 May 1889

- -J . ". ".: .?-!- -F - :?. T. t ft ' -2&" 1' .-$'; ir l. . . - M Ml ' W- ; VI i m , Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. i V 5 -cents per copy. .t!f,i :.-. 14 rt-5 vol. vii. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1889. NO. 50. n "? c i Ml- ST - V-w. .. IL.I 81. jHtM'4 Rl ;V. FRANCIS HAMLIN death with a fuller club. Sfc. Phil ip was hanged up against a pillar at Hierapolis, a city of Phrygia. St. Brtbolomew was flayed alive by the command of a barbarous king. St. Andrew was bound to a crosa, whence he preached unto the peo ple until he expired. St. Thomas was mu through the body with a lance at Coromandel, in the Bast Indies. St. John was shot to death with arrows. St Matthias was stoned and then beheaded. St. Barnabas was stoned to death by the Jews at Salauia. St. Paul was beheaded by Nero. trusee of that division should put a stop to it immediately. The parents of these children are very indignant over this dis crimination. If there are any teachers in the public schools who refu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 May 1889

" i-!-- -w -- - If! ksVJL Kffi The V vssky M 7 'i a4 v f v BEE. Published every Sitnrday at 1109 I Btree mortUweBl, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. IT WILL tfOT WORK. It is the deBire of almost every white republican in the South to monopolize all the offices and bar the negro out if possible. Thesi white republicans hav'nt any re gard for memberi of CoDgrees. It is rumored that oue A. W. Ckffaer, a carpet lugger from th .North was an applicant for Collector of Internal Revenue for the 4th District of N, 0. and has withdrawn in favor of E. A "White, having understood between them, Chaffer is to go on Whites' bond and thus control the patron age of the office and White is to use what influence he has, if anv, to secure the Post office at Raleigh. K". C. for Chaffer. We have been infarmed by prominent republi cans of the State that Chaffer iu his letter of withdrawal to the President said that the appoint ment of Major R. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 May 1889

THB B"BE EAST WASHINGTON. . 3ifi 3rd S. E j. V. ru--j J. .- . r.,r,TLnp(10Tl flDDll T?rlnT- IIIU - - -" ? it any Price. All remittances M lne''Xdrort, postal money order M b! ISerV Money forwarded eS,rebB0,wwat- lsa"be sender' risk. In "d";6toey"-mnntand..haUturor 10 EP0BLISHLLnari iTBLISHBDBvSSiATOTOAT AT -SSethb bee can be had. , t w Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. olke'B. M Street, between 12th and 'H'SerNruggiBt corner 16th and M itreet,NortnweBt. Philadelphia Houhb. 348 Pennsylvania Ave. jjortnweBt. BATURDAY, May 11th, 1889 Uocals. KoRHEN'T-ROOMS. Rooms For Rent with or with out board, U35 9 st n. w. First clas job work done at the Bee office" Call and inspect. FOK JJEXT one large front room with nr without board, no. I7O2 L st n. w. Sce required. Apr. 20-4t. Wanted at this office a young mau to make himself generally use ful. Persons desiring to subscribe for the Bee are requested to send their names direct to the office. The Isreal Metropolitan G M. E. church rally l.st Sunday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 May 1889

'-" V - -i y ;mj On Mmm : mm m ij i n J& FREE SHIPS. In 188o, 18S1, there was a craze in Great Britain for shipbuilding. Tuere was mo e to Due on the ocean tban could be profitably em ployed. All ships w.'je tending to depreciation in valu. Many ships -were laid up in European ports wasting with rust. An Anglo-American lobby b-le:ignered Congress for free ships. The clauses in the American navigation laws which prevent ships built by foreigners from sailing under the American flag or ships owned by forieriguers from sailing between two American ports are still intact. English ship builders would be pleased to build our ships as well as English ship owners to do our coasting trade for us. From ISS1 1S86 the carrying trade on the ocean was done at less than cost, entailing heavy losses on ship-owners, in addition to a large depreciation in the value of their ships. The wreckage, too, was so prodigious that Parliament spent months in an inquiry to find out whether most of the wreck...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 May 1889

w so- 'yaf 0W- s t'-gasSp- "tr sr f-3 v?r. .v??Bf?a955ig? .. a?. Terras. $2.00 Per year in Advance. v 5 cents per copy. Vol- V1L WA8HHSrQTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1889. SO. 51. 3te $Btatatmi - ' IS"" o JLIVV4 gS THEODORE ROOSVELT. lip .v. jri.'s? .7? ::-;:-i&r :y n. '.& JfeH-v ? m Mr. Tlieedore Roosvelt, who has hum made a Civil Commissioner, aliliougli only thirty years old has already for some time held a prom went place in the Republican party in the Empire State. He was born - AT l III .x .. I Knlnnnn r m M'vr lovK. uiiy uuu ueiuugo tu an old respected family, which has alvjs been conspicuous in that city. He is by profession a lawyer, having graduated from Harvard and having been admitted to the New Yoik Bar ; but he has never practiced. He preferred going into politics or living upon his Western ranch, the life on which he has irranbiedlh described in a clever hook publl had some years ago. He was only twenty one years old, when he was elected to the Assem bly of N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 May 1889

wvKfmm''w9 Wt$z?WFg5W$ '0. 55S5555il; "jti ll' R ir the BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington X. C, as Second Class mall matter. THE VALUE OF INDORSE MENTS. The disfranchised iuhabitants of this District are informed that the indorsements of a member of congress or a senator upon their applications for offices under this administration have no more weight than the paper upon which they are inscribed except to certi fy to the good character and fitness of the applicant; and this is un derstood by the appointing pow ers; there may be rare cases where a District man has slipped in upon indorsements of this character, but they are rare indeed. There are plenty of District men who have temporary residence in the states for the purpose of voting who have secured and who will be appointed, but the natives who is not a yoter am where will have a mighty bard row to hoe, unless his endorsers, any one of them is willi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 May 1889

Wa'3f- H&jfS" r'4"TJY " J ' -Jsrw- j -v. " i " -; i ,- - .& -iierft- '-??'-cs!?t -y sJSf- --- --'u? " J. w Al' ill 0U1ZED AGENTS. 13AST WASHINGTON. " '. T7l!7w, rnvjiTKned on appll fur jidVCll'iaiUB "" cM,o. ,b 0any price. All remittances 08 !Ur mic bdmft, portal money order 6hU,d orSter. Money forwarded elpn .Jei W. iaatthe sender's risk. In "l tbe amount and what It Is for :::;-!m A,l letters, etc,, should be ad-dreBBed to BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PCBUSHBD EVEUY SATURDAY AT ""v HERE THE BEe'cAN BE HAD. f i W Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. itlKelys. M Street, between 12th and ! HerDrureist corner 16th and M SurinwcBU. iWlwlelpula House, 3i8 Pennsylvania Ave. .Sort a west. SATURDAY, May 18th, 1889 P. G. M's : will not met until Sep tember, 1890. P. G-. M. Council lias installed the following officers, W, 0. M . B 0." Whiting, W. D. M. A. Allen W. C. S. S. Watson, W. 0, T. J. Lee. W. 0. Gk J. W. Walker, W. C. W. T. H. Johnson, W. O. S A, T. , W. 0. 0, H. E. Holmes. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 May 1889

f -- rr' V i 'r , ' -fr : f IS I p I i; .a $100 REWARD. $00 The readers of tbe(pufc in name of paper) will be pleased to learn that there is at least oue dreided disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Care ib the only postive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takwi iuter nallv, acting directly upon the blood and mucus sui faces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giv ing the patient strength, by build ing up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The proprietors haye so much faith in t8 curative powers, .that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails'to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHBNEI & CO., Toledo, 0. JSuld byDinggists, 75c. TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee muBt pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, death...

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