1894-03-17-WashingtonBee-p3-Locals

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. .- way, Is at the sender's rlBk. in "'ino; """Ry tbe ainountand whatitls for ajuld bedistinctlv stated. All etters. etc,, Khould bs aa-ilressed BEE PUBLISHING. CO. Washington D. 0 pj BLE8HED SVE1VT SATURDAY A3 1109 I ST., K. W WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD prof. J. W. Fovler,B, 318 3 d street, s. e. J. H. Beller, Druggist, corner 13ld and M treet, northwest. PhJl.idelpbla House, 348 Penn. Ave., n. w. W. W. Jackro i, '228 4 street, n. vr Moses a ne, 205 i street, n . w. J. P. Stewart, 352 PenusjlV'nia Ave. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, dth Ave. SATURDAY, MAR. 17th, 1894; locals. Rev. Bishop Johnson is taking a much needed rest. Go to Pisgah church corner o1 loth and R to-morrow. Hon. C. II. J. Taylor, is still in the next town waiting to see who recorder of deeds will be like Taylor, Hon. 0. H. J. Taylor elected orator of the It looks has been for day the emancipation celebration. Col. P. II. Carson called on Col. Truesdell last week. Miss Ida R. been sick with is improving. There will be in the treasury Chase who lias the sore throat more discharges department this month. Mr. D. C. Ray has a nice residence residence in Hillsdale, D. C. Uncle Bob Brown has been offered offered $90U for his blooded colt. Dr. K. (J. u. iieniamin nas oeen elected pastor ot Mt. Pisgaii church. Those who think Tavlor is a fool that will C. H. J lose their money. Mr. Oliver Black is a candidate for recorder of deeds. .Mr. Black is confident because he has all the colored preachers indorsing him. : Congressman Murray, republican from Soufcii Carolina introduced Mr. Toole, a barber from his state, who claims to be a democrat, to the President President Saturday and pushed his claims for the recordership oi this district. He failed to see the President but was introduced to Arthur Simmons the colored messenger. Toole called on recorder Bruce to ascertain the workings of his office before he was appointed (?) naturally the present recorder treated him with courtesy. There is a movement on foot to start a new political party with C H. J. Taylor for president and Susan B. Anthony for vice president, platform. Ah there? KILL THE WILSON BlLL. The hard times of the past year will be greatly increased by the passage of the infamous Wilson Bill. Every pos-siable pos-siable effort should be made to defeat the measure to delav it m any event. We can ix-i er aiioid a few months of uncertainty than four years of general adversity, suffering and distress. Under the most favorable circumstances, the v ilson Bill, if it become a law, cannot be changed until the summer of 1897. We earne-tly recommend that you will urge United States Senators, irrespec tive of party, to defeat or by every parliamentary parliamentary method delay the passage ot this Measure. , ... On November Gth, the people will have an opportunity to speak their verdict must be awaited. young race were immoral. He said that such 4 was the opinion largely held in thej North. lie was emphatically assured re-that such was not the case and that : our people had been misrepresented, We are not surprised to learn that such ultra opinions: are held. But we are surprised that a nation usually so auiewu auuuiu ui&pxay sucn woeiui ig- norance of what in taking place un- der their noses. Thelhomes, the socie- ties and activities of the colored peo-1 pie display as much refinements as those of the white. From the New York Age. It dependsuponjthe point of view. The Future State, a Kansas newspaper, . pow-says: C H J Tavlor the ptpiH AmenYfln I r.,7c 1 t5 ra, uu,umB oiuuuu ACiouj, iu favor ota repeal of the Senarate Car lawof that State. The Lexingson Standard mahes this report, disclaiming any knowledge that Mr. Taylor is a fakir: Mr. Taylor did well 111 the state of of Kentucky and we have no charge to make against him, but extended to him a most hearty invitation to again visistthe State, whenever an opportunity opportunity presents itself. Mr. Taylor is not an angel, none of us are; neither is he a devil . He is onl a man, an Afro-American,with a Democratic Democratic millstone about his neck. When he is right he should be commended. When lie.is wrong he should be struck where the rooster got the hatchet." From the Texas Baptist There are inanv pastors who fail in all that they undertake, because the have not yet learned that they are no. the head of the church. Christ is tin. head of the church, and should be given the opportunity of directing its alfaiiv by the influence of his love .and ,-thi Holy Spirit, lhe preacher "is not an ecclesiastical boss whose mandate must be obeyed under penalty 01 serious bod ly injury, or expulsion 01 the dessentinir member. He is the leader of the Lord s hosts, the spiritual everseer; his mission ends here. Frcni the Indianapolis World. The only way to stop these jouri.-istic jouri.-istic frauds, who prey upon the confidence confidence of our friendly white citizens, i& to make an example of one of them, by purling him be hind the bars. The Bee has an eye on oneoi these frauds wh will soon go behino the bars for embezzlement. Frjm the Calif rnia Exponent. N. W. Cuney, ex-Collector of tin port of Galveston, Texas, has lost hh suit against the Pulman Car Co. $50)0 damage entered against them for refusing to sell him a birth in thai state on account of his color. Thi United States District Court decided against him. We have watched for the results of his suit with gre 1 interest and was sure that the plaintiff plaintiff would win. The New Orleans Monitor tells us that Mr. Cuney will appeal the case to a higher court. Uood enough! If there is any justice in the courts of our land, Mr. Ounej is sure to win. SPECIAL NOTICE. W Calvin Chase, attorney and counsellor counsellor at law, as moved in his new down town office, 40(5 5th and D streets, n. w., near the courts, wh rp he can be seen from 8 to 4, after which time he-can he-can be .-een at his up town office, 1109 1 treet. n. w. All kinds of law business attended to with care. MACKENZIE BROS., HATTERS AND GETS F urnisliers 918 Seventh Street Northwest, WASHINGTON, D. C. Hats Renovated. THfci CULUMBIA DESK OAL ENDAR,

Clipped from The Washington Bee17 Mar 1894, SatPage 3

The Washington Bee (Washington, District of Columbia)17 Mar 1894, SatPage 3
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