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COLORED PEOPLE EXOITED
$yiEW OF OUR CORRESPONDENT. TO
W BE LYNCHED WITHOUT JUDGE OR
JURY. CHURCH 1htEWS. XITERARY
(From our Special Correspondent.)
. Baltimore Md., June 9tb, 1886.
There is considerable speculation
here in regard to the cause of the
alarming frequency of lynching
parties m the state of Marylaud.
Scarcely a month passes that a re
port of a "Negro lynched" is not
heralded abroad. The Gartners
"bjurg affair about which several in
nocent colored men came near los
ing their lives is fresh in the minds
of all. The dispatches this morn
1 ing bring reports from Calvert Co.,
of the lynching of a colored man
charged with assaulting a little
girl. There would perhaps not be
so much cause for righteous indig
nation if these self constituted ad
ministrators of the law would te
certain that they were hurling a
guilty party into eternity, but in a
majority of cases no sufficient care
is taken to secure the right party,
and an appetite for blood seems o
be gratified if some "Negro brute"
is made to dangle at the end of a
rope. In these cases the one alleg
ing the assault has only to identity
i somebody, and that somebody dies
without ever an opportunity to es
tablish his innocence. This inhu
. inanity is all the more startling
when seen in the light of the Gai
. thersburg case in which the young
lady making the charge said that
. it was hard, for her to make a prop
er identification as "all Negroes
The National Government, which
Bishop Turner describes as held
together by "a rope of sand," has
acknowledged its impotence, to
protect those from whom it exacts
allegiance; the state governments
make no attempt in this direction
and the unprotected man of color
may well cry out in the language
of the crucified. "Why hast thou
The commencement exercies of
the Centenary Biblical Institute
- will be held on Thursday evening
in Asbury church. This is the only
colored institution of the kiud in
this city and our citizens take a
lively interest in its progress and
welfare. On the same evening the
young ladies Christian Lyceum,
will give an entertainment aud
sacred concert at Metropolitan hall.
The "Lincoln Glee club" compos
ed of students from Liucoln Univer
sity gave a vocal concert at the
Dolphin St. Presbyterian church
-last evening to a large aud appre
ciative audience. All the numbers
were well rendered and the mem
bers of the club show special drill
and careful preparation to entertain
-. The "Blue Tea party" at St.
Mary's chapel on Thursday eveuing
was quite a social event in church
circles. A large aud select audi
ence were in attendance. Mr. Per
ry the genial Priest in charge of
the chapel introduced Mr. J. S.
Davis who made a few well chosen
remarks to the ladies present.
Mrs. Hutchings Bishop, wife ol
the rector of St. Philip's church in
New York, is visiting her husbands
relatives in this city. Mr. Bishop
is an old Baltimore boy, and has
attained his present responsible
position by a determination which
would stop no-where short of abun
The Sharp street M. E. church
will run an excursion to HarperV
Ferry on the 17th inst., and large
crowds are expected both iroiu
Washington and Baltimore. The
pastor Rev. E. U. S. Peck is one oi
the most progressive and populai
ministers in this city.
OUR No. 1 4 BUGGY.
e manufacture Open and Top Bug-
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pring, Brewster, Timken and Edward
Also various styles of Two-Seated Car
riages, Wagons, Cutters and Sleighst
OUR No. 5 WAGON.
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dffood salary. GAY & BROS., 12 Barclay SU'.Y.
Pump Maker, Well Digger and
Cistern Builder. Orders left at
JB21 3rd St., s. w. Washington,
D C, will be promptly attended to.
Send 10 cents postage, ana
we will mail you free a roy
al, valuable, sample box of
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401 13th St., S. E.
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i JEN JURAL AGENT,
Insurance, Employment, Claims
of all kinds promptly, attended to.
Legal papers careiully drawn at
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OR ON SHORT NOTICE. BY
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ton. D. t
TIIKCITY BUREAU OF
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Willi a regular L'censod Agency
is at 731 4J street s. w.
R. S LAWS, Proprietor.
Furnishes employment of all kind
except Govern mental.
FIRST GLASS .IDERTUIIS.
Establishment at 4.41 L St. n. w
With Collins, Caskets, aud all kinds
of furnishing materials, suitable
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FOUR GREAT SPEECHES
HON. FRED. DOUGLASS.
The people ot this country who de
sire to read the four great speeches
of Hon. Fred. Douglass in pauiphet
form can obtain them by sending:
30 cents in postage stamps. The
pamphlet will contain the Louis
ville speech, and the three great
speeches delivered in this city
April 16th, '84, April 16th, '85 anil
April lGth, S6. The occasions be
ing the anniversaries of the Eman
cipation of Slaves in the District of
Columbia. For 30 cents in postage
stamps a pamphlet will be sent to
any address in the United States.
Or we will send a copy of the Bee
mr one year and Mr. Douglass'
speeches for $2,20 cts.
"W. Calvin Chasf,
Editor of the Bee 1109 I st. n. w.
Washington, D. C.
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SAMUEL ADAMS WIGGINS,
Author of Emancipation Day Poem.
II VOLUME OF PflTRlDTiB & RELIGIOUS
Poems Price 50 ots. Ordei3 .left at this
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Oilers to the travelling Public
iirst class board and lodging for
$15 per month ; table board, $10.
no extra rite fr sp sei-il acjoin
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Solicitor oi JPire
, Life Insurance
1322 B Street, N. K
WASHINGTON, D. C.
SAFETY 4 PENSION ASSOCIATION Of THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Incorporated under an act of Con
gress Nov. 14th 1885. Pays prom
ptly on notice of death, six months
after membership one third of
amount insured for, at 9 mouths
two thirds and at the expiration of
one year the face value of certifi
cate, all members are requested to
visit the office, 92D 9fch st. n. w.,
and receive auy information desir
ed. All dues must be paid at the
office to the Secretary, J F. Caruell.
paiicixit a nv
ITS ORIGIN AND HISTORY.
An impartial aud faithful review of
the causes and occurrences which
led to the great civil tsar.
eJolm A.. Logan.
Illustrated with poi traits of the
leading statesmen of the period
covered by the book.
The work will be published in
one volume, octavo size, of about
000 pages, from 111 w plates, on fine
book paper, and substantially
STYLES AND PRICES
In fine cloth, gold stamp, - S3.75
In full sheep, marbled tdges, 5.00
In half tujkey moru'cc, marbled
edges, 7.50. In full turkey morocco,
gilt edges, 10.00.
It is the duty of every colored
citizen to secure a copy of this
great bo ik. Send lor it at tuvv.
W. Calvin Chase, 'JSeoial Aent
Office of the Bee, 1109 I .st 11, w.
Washington, D. C.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
IO Spruce St., New York.
Send Qet. foj? lOO-Pago Pamphlet
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At the "Bee" Office,
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where you can get
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Liberal Discount to Churches,
Bei.evclent Societies, Social Clube'
Military Onrunizations, aud La
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nothing for us to do.
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Frlums are yearly made by
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These investmfints frequently
pay from 500 to 2,000 or more
on each $100 invested.
Reliable correspondents want
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Lire beni" one of the largest premiums. 33
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12 Broad way, 'New York.
G roeery & Provision Store.
Fish, Meats,hw1 Vkgetables op
Fresh Ouuutiy Egga, Butter &c.
1409 28lb st., West Washington.
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Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods,
1124 Seventh St, 11. w., Bet. L and M Street
WA HINGTOX, D.C.
Gentlemen's Clothing Repaired, Dyed and
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offolothlug, Gentlemen waited on atthelr
Gents desirous of obtamiug a
good seiviceable second-hand suit
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oi the oldest establishments of its
kind in the cit7,
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' 619 D St. N.' W.
E O. IWCULilLiESI.
ST. LXJSE'S CHURCH.
Teacher of music, can be seen
at the church or 15th .and" Madi
son st. from-9 to 12, or at 1629 P
st. n. w.
W. N. Dalton.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
A. 939, Peiinsylvania Ave., iV. TF.
Washington D. C. .
J. . STRATIIER,
' 102512th street n. w.
Crayon, Oil, aud Water Color Pictures
madefiom small or large photograph on short
notice. Crayon pictures a.speclaity.
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Stoves, RaDges & Furnaces
And Dealer in Table CutleryTin
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I No 313 Seventh St, K". W Wasii D C
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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Statea for three months on receipt of
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