1893-12-30-WashingtonBee-p1-[Taylornotes]

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1893-12-30-WashingtonBee-p1-[Taylornotes] - C. II. J. Taylor is telling the people out West...
C. II. J. Taylor is telling the people out West that he has been commissioned. commissioned. It is rumored on the street that the President said that he is saving the recordership for a colored man. Prof. W L. Brown, the son of the late Bis-J.oj) Bis-J.oj) J. M. Brown, and J. C. Matthews, of Albany, are in the lead if it comes to a colored man. Both are good men. 3rr. James A. lloss, of Iowa, called on Claud M. Johnson this week to ascertain ascertain why so many colored ladies were being dismissed from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The result result will be announced next week. The American Baptist Magazine will be published in this city. The first number will appear January 15th, 1S94, with W. B. Johnson as managing editor. The Baptist Association could not have selected a better man for this important work. Bev. W. B. Johnson is a well known worker in the interest of the Bapiist churches of America. A close student and a hard worker, his sword is ever drawn upon the enemy of the Church. Tiie Bee tips his hat to the new editor. Mi. W. J. Donovan, 1528 7th street, ii. w., wholesale and retail liquor dealer, dot- u thriving business. He is kind and liberal as was shown on Christmas to when he rewarded the many friends lat paid him a visit. Don't forget to call and see him. R. Mc Daniel, the leading bottling eHabhbhing on K street near Asbury ''liurch, will soon erect a large building fortius growing business. Mc. is one ;fthe well-to-do colored citizens of 'ailnngion. Messes Morgan, Yiolett & Co., the teonoaiy Shoe Store. 706 7th st., n. w., a i.ew store, but judffins from the we large crowds that visited the store Moieand during the recent holidays would think that they had been up fi many years. It is not only one j4 uie best shoe stores in Washington, "uttiuA have been very liberal, to the lwi. y0ur pocket book is not too Wil for this popular shoe house. It 11 w do well to give them a trial. GEMS OP THOUGHT. A good wife is a jewel. So ib a good husband. A corrupt preacher is dangerous in a cn&tiau community. , A man does nut always practice what e preaches. You .should not always believe what you hew. , Sever decide a question until you lave heard both sides. w ii quiet listener always, From the Futm-e State. About a hundred and fifty young men and women have beenjoffered positions by C. H. J. Taylor, in Kansas City, Mo., a' few in T neka, a few hi the East, and a number in Kansas City, Kan. Prom these indication Taylor is going, to get the earth from the hands of the Democracy- Yes, and about fifty females in this chtyhave been promised positions in the Recorders office if Ta3Tl6r is appointed.-Bee. appointed.-Bee. f From tue Atlanta Beacon. Abbeville seems now to be on a permanent permanent boom, which, if it continues, will place her among the cities of the first rank. The greatest care should be taken that her spiritual, moral and intellectual interests mav keep pace with her temporal growth and progress. From the Southern Mercury. Grover not only has congress on his hands, but he also has Senator Hoar; of Massachusetts, on his back! Yes, and he is man enough to knock them all off. Bee. From the American Citizen. In the absence of the editor-in-chief from the city we desire to state to the negro newspapers throughout the United States that in our judgment Mr. Taylor will not permit any negro who has been lately fired out of a spittoon-cleaning spittoon-cleaning position in the Interior Department Department for publishing a lie, and who, before before that time, had a record not enviable enviable to engage him in a controversy with so excellent a gentleman as the Hon. John M. Langston This paper would bo glad to welcome Mr. Langs-ton Langs-ton into the Democratic party. From the American Citizen. The Colored American is doing well in Washington. Air. J. E. Bruce and Mr. E. E. Cooper can succeed in negro iournalism if anybody can. They know just wnat to ao at an times. oci oiess ,,--, 1 . " you, my friends. In the same paper Taylor compli ments the editors. Bee. From the Texas Reformer. Mr. Cleveland is all right enough, but it is that misfit cabinet of his that makes the people groan with anguish. From the Ohio Falls Express. The Washington Bee gives a summary of an interview with the distinguished Frederick Douglass, in which he talks of the colored folks and the Exposition, then refers to Cleveland's message not having anything co say about lynching and then gives the old truth that the sins of the few are visited upon the maii but this came forward as an embryonic embryonic idea when given out by Fred Douglass. ! ; 1

Clipped from The Washington Bee30 Dec 1893, SatPage 1

The Washington Bee (Washington, District of Columbia)30 Dec 1893, SatPage 1
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