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THE WASHING TON BEL.
' Jfci. Fu
The colored Bishops were given a
Jner at V Gray Brothers Cafe
Mr lames L. Goodall, of Pennsylva
nia, u ill be in the city next month.
Mr lames L. Freeman, Chairman
of the Philadelphia, Pa., Afro-Ameri-Si
State Le gue will visit the city
Mr. Andrew F. Hilyer, who met
With an accident by a fall from hts bi
cycle is out again and is improving
The lames L. Goodall Republican
Association has made application to
the Inaugural Committee for a plac.
nline on the day of the Inauguration
The Goodall Association will be fully
uniformed in hijih hat, gloves, bl?.ck
. i ..mhr-ll.i-rane. and headed
by the apital City Band of this city, J
Hairoline and complexion cream arei
. ..r,i,ooct lemedies for loss of
hair a id skin eruptio ,s, price 25 cents,
205 O street, n. w.
The funeral of Mr. Gr orge Martin, sr.,
father of Dr. Martin and George Mar
.:.. :, t.wil- nlnrp from the Metropoli
tan Church, Wednesday at 2 o'clock p.
daughtets and grandchildren to mourn
their loss. I
The revival meetings at the several '
churches, namely : Nineteentn street
Baptist, Vermont Avenue Bap
tist and the Third Baptist are quite a
success Last Sunday Rev. Geo. W.
Lee baptized seven and a larger bap
tizing is expected to take place at the
other churches shortly.
All parties who have rooms to let,
with or without board, during the in
auguration week should inform the
(Vmtnittoo nf Pnhlir 1 omfort al .once..
The headquarters of said committee,
are at the Glover Building, 1415 rl
street northwest, or at tne once ui
Robert H. Terrell, Room 0,009 r
A WRIT OF PROHIBITION.
WH T I SAW AND HEARD.
In answer, permit me to say, I have
not at any time said or written aw ord
to Presidentelect McKinley, relative
to matter referred to in the foregoing
In fact, Major McKinley has 1 never
asked me for any advice or informa
tion on this or any other subject. Be
yond the fact that, Major Mckinley is
my personal friend, to whom I am ob
ligated for kindly assistance and con
Sation, in the .past, and for whom
I have labored, in a political way,
there are no relations between us.
Iohn P. Green.
. Cleveland, O., Jan 4, 1897.'',
Mr. Green nascnangeu ma -is
now willing to see an Afro Ameri
can go into the cabinet.
It is the unanimous opinion of the
Afro American voters in this country
that Major McKinley will select -ne of
their number as one of his advisors.
No better man than Ex-Senator Bruce
could be selected. Major McKinley
1 tUa. A fm Amcnrans
nas aiwavs ueeu uicnii- ... ... 7
friend and it is hoped that he will not
disappoint many millions of Afro
American voters in this country who
stood so loyal to him.
Trustees Bruce, Shadd, Cornish and
Terrell will no doubt explain to the
people what it means oy placing a
white supervising- principal over the'
High s hool. What is the matter wiMi
our colored supervisors? If Prof. H.
M. Brown was at the head of the High
School there would be no cause to
complain nd no reason why a white
man should be placed over our color
ed teachers, especially when we have
so many colored supervising princi
pals. The people are waiting for an
explanation gentlemen, nwsciu n.
There is a popular sentiment in fa
vor of Mr. Edward B. Hav for District
Commissioner. No man is more pop
ular than Mr. Hay.
There is a great deal of hustling
around the court now. Lawyer Ricks
still holds his own. Messrs. Hewlett,
Sellers, Carrington, Smith, Moss,
Payton, Holland, Martin, are getting
Lawver Terrell is doing a great deal
of civil practice now.
Inspector Hollinburger is one of the
genial officers under the District
government. He has the confidence
of his men and the respect of the cit
izens. Chief Clerk Sylvester is a busy man
at Police Headquarters He is the
right man in the right place.
Chicago, III., January 9, '97
John G. Jones and Edward H. Morris,
two colored hicago lawyers, on
Wednesday January the 6th, secured
before Judge Baker of the ircuit
court of Cook county, a common law
writ of Prohibition a ainst John Rich
ardson, of Chicago, a Justice of the
Peace, prohibiting him from proceed
ing to hear and try a law-suit before
him. Thi extraordinary writ of pro
hibition is a peculiar remedy known in
the common law, and it is a second
time that it has ever been issued in the
court in the history of Chicago.
THE BEE WOULD LIKE TO SEE.
E. M. Hewlett judge to succeed
Lewis H. Douglass assessor to suc
Ed. Hay district commissioners.
C. M. Smith on the supreme court
Colored ladies treated with more re
spect when they are called to testify in
the Police Court.
An Afro American prosecuting at
torney in the Police Court.
James M. Gregor.yrreturn:in triumph
More colored policemen on the
Colored men respect themselves.
THE BEE WOULD LIKE TO
If Afro Americans will ever be
Il the editor of the Denver States
man is right in his head.
If some colored editors know the
difference between honest criticism
How many colored men will be ap
pointed under the next administration.
If some Negro disguised democrats
will resign beiore they are asked.j
II' IS RUMORED.
It is amusing to witness the numer
ous applicants for the office of recor
der ot deeds.
I met Bob Terrell a few days ago
and 1 noticed that he is a great church
man He is a good race man I know
and one who supports Afro American
journals. He is one young man in
this city who practices what he
There is some talk of placing Major
Fleetwood on the inaugural btaff. He
is acceptable assure you.
If there is a change in the Police
Court, 1 am sure that the people in
this citv would he satisfied with either
Hewlett or Holland. Hewlett of
course is the popular choice and no
doubt Col. Holland will be satisfied
with being 6th auditor. He is fully
competent and uould make a good of
ficial. Mr. Perry H. Carson thought that
he would go in before Gen. Grovenor
came in power. Mr. Carson has been
appointed in the health office at a sal
ar of $3 20 per day one of the in
spectors. He has changed his mind
about going abroad.
There are people in this city who
have heretofore bteu opposed to a
colored man going into the cabinet,
they belong to the scum crowd. No
real gentleman will say and publish to
the world that he is inferior to his fel
low man. This is the case with those
men who are opposed to a colored
man going into the cabinet.
Mr. Dan. Murray of the Afro Am
eriran Inaugural Committee has se
cured the Builder.' Exchange Hall in
winch to hold the inaugural ball
March 4th There is every disposition
to make the ball first-class. The com
mittee should do one thing and that is
to 'discriminate between what is and
what is not. All names should be
subnmti-d to the executive committee,
borne few years ago Tom, Dick and
Harry, and his second female cousins
and aunts were at the ball and no one
knew how they secured admission.
The Hon John P. Green, of Ohio,
who claims to hp vitv m ar thp Pres
ident-elect, has written a letter to my
lrieiid lr. Fortune, refuting what he
am to Major McKinley some few
weeks, ago when he called to see him
j" Union Mr Green said in an in-tm-iew;
speaking for the entire color
"r.ice, without authority, that the
coio-ed people of this country did not
want a colored man in the cabinet,
1 he KfcK said tj,en as jt savs nmv tnat
wr (.reeu represented himseif and
, lhV colored race of this country,
ne is anxious to demonstrate his
" minority to Major -icKmley,
cerumly the race will not indorse his
sentiTi,t.,u. 1 take tle following ex
cept irom the New York Age of Jan-
GOT HIS FOOT IN IT.
A PROMINENT NEW YORK COLORED RE
PUBLICAN WANTS MR. CLEVELAND
TO APPOINT HIM A COLORED
DEMOCRAT HOLDS THE LETTER.
The biggest sensation of the hour is
a letter that has been written to this
city by a colored New York republi
can politician to a negro democrat in
this city. Among other things the
colored republican says, that you know
now tnat I have matle" an impression
on Mr. Cleveland, and if you follow it
up, 1 am sure that he will appoint me.
"Once appointed to a big office 1 am
confident that Major McKinley will
lt is understood that in consideration
of this appointment the colored repub
lican is to ask Major McKinley to re
tain the colored democrat in office.
The colored republican has been
hood winked into the idea that this
negro democrat could have him ap
pointed, but it was a scheme to have
this letter from the colored republican
to hold ever his head and if he doesn't
go to Major McKinley and demand
his retention in office, and if he refuse
to ask Major McKinley to retain this
democat in office he will expose him.
The colcred republican has got his
foot strictly in. it and notwithstanding
which way he moves he will be stuck.
If he goes to Major McK.nley and asks
the retention of this colored democrat
he will be confronted with cold and
stubborn facts, and if he refuses to go
his letter, asking for a place under
r. Cleveland will be given to the
'1 he colored brother is between a
hawk and a buzzard.
' EX-SEX ATOR GREEN DENIES,
That He Advised Major McKinley
as to the Cabinet.
TotheEd.tor of the New York Age:
rhe Washington Bee says :
icalS -GJcea' of 0hio the PHt
5nt tl v' lnfor,ned Major McKinley
place eprodidnot wa"t a cabinet
GrS?,ailhue ?on' Jhn Peachblow
eS"d,dW. Sure, we .dont be
lieve a word of it.
Mary E. Wilkins is engaged in writ
ing a series of striking sketches of
New England neighborhood hie for
The Ladies' Home Journal. They vvi 1
portray a small community's social in
dulgences, sketching the old-lashion-ed
quiltiug-party, the time-worn singing-school
and an apple-paring bee.
new York's greatest scene.
New York's famous -thoroughfare,
Broadway ,has been the scene 01 some
wonderful events. But the one scene
wnich still stands as the most remark
able, in point of enthusiasm, is Louis
Kossuth's famous ride up Broadway,
in 1S51. Kossu h had already seen
and passed through a crowd of 500',
000 people in his triumphal ride up the
great thoroughfare. The culminating
moment, however, occurred when the
great Hungarian patriot reached the
corner of Broadway and Ann street.
I he sight that bLrst upon him stag
gered h m for the moment. In the
open square directly before him was
massed together a quarter of a mi lion
of people, and when this vast con
course broke into a united cheer Kos
suth was fairly bewildered No man
saw this great event so well and ad
vantageously as did Parke Godwin,
the veteran New York editor and Kos
suth's closest friend in America. Mr.
Godwin was with Kossuth, and for the
first time he will now tell the story of
the marvelous event in the February
Ladies' Home Journal. The actual
scene at Ann street will also be shown
in a picture by De Thufstrup, showing
Kos.Miih in his carriage as the great
scene burst upon him.
That Dr. Francis is not a candidate
for the treedmen's Hospital.
There will be but a few colored
men appoinfed under the next admin
istration. '1 he gold democrats must have their
share u! offices.
President Cleveland drove the re
puuiicaus to indorse his administra
tion. President Cleveland showed greater
power tiiau botli parties combined.
He deleated ins party that denounced
him anu lorced tne republican party
He will be a simon pure republican
Judge Cox is the greatest judge on
He knows the law and he knows
how to apply it.
Bruce will go into the cabinet.
President-elect McKinley is discuss
ing the question.
The colored man depreciates his
John Sherman will go into the cabi
net. Judge Kimball will not be reap
pointed. A few colored men will be appointed
in the court room.
ed Women, Mre. Victoria Barle
Matthews. "Or poverty should
not prevent us from m. iking be
ginnuig8 " Thrilling woi els! They
should be an inspirati -n to every
Ameriean woman. . Far too, much
we stand still on the pie- of pov
erty. Would the bucket ever be
full w re it not for the drops in the
H atory hns no reiord of any
people who in kO short a time hare
accomplished s much in the field
of letters and wealt 1 as he very
emancipated ra e in this conn ry.
We have much more of this
world's goods than the Colonial
fathers at the close of the interna
In 175U there were only seren
newspapers, and thn first daily pa
per was noc issued until 1781.
Our people have in circulation over
1 wo hundred newspapers having
been issued since 186 L bfsides
teachers, doctors, law)er.s, joun al
ists. preachers and authors, male
'i his all goes to provt that we
have bntii the material and the
ability to do more toward self hel
1 he t.'ou le is the philanthropic
side of our souls hive. not vibrated
to the touch of yearning suffer ng
humanity We hope the awaken
ing on the part of our omen wi I
do much oward making race phi
lanthropists. If we spend the next thirty year's
in establishing reformat ry mens,
urts whereby the girlhood and
womanhoiid of the race will be bel
ter equipped for the duties of life
. nd the uplifting of 1 umiinity,
what a glorious record will be urs
t hand down to unborn genera
tions. What 01 her ptopie have
done, we can do if we independ
ently and unitedly work.
1 he women and girls of the race
number about three millions. To
say the least one penny a year from
each would give the handmime
sum of thirty thousand dollars ;
enough to put on foot someihing
for .the betterment of our people
and once started there would be
ditle trouble to sustaiu the enter
prise. We think that there is pride
enough to be found among tie
women of the race to allow no such
word as fail to appear in their vocabulary.
pering, Rev L. A. Carter, Pastor.
John Wesley an overflow watch
night, every department alive, Rev J.
Wheeler, Pastor; sick committees re
port Rev. John Barnett, of New
Market Circuit, Md., reported very ill
andjjif 1 seriousjco'iuf tion.
Rev J. E. Gunby, 01 Waugh Chapel
is able to set up in bed. His doctor
reports him as doinir well, but that it
would be suicide for him to think of
entering the pulpit for an indefinite
'Current News" the sad ending of
the life ol Brother Cornelius was leel
ingly referred to by Rev. J. Wheeler
After which the meeting listened to a
sermon from Rev. Joseph Wheeler
that was enjoyed. The criticism by
Rev. Lelskey was finely drawn witn
great charity towards the preacher.
. onday, January 11, was red letter
day in Annapolis. It being the occa
sion of the organization ot the tec
torial College of the State of Maryland
in the senate Chamber of the btate
House aud the casting of her eight
Electorial votes for President and
Vice-President of the United States' of
America-; it was only the second time
in forty years and the first time in
thirty years that this vote has been
cast by and for republicans 1 he elec
tors arrived 10.50 a. m. via A. & B.
short line, escorted by Wellington Re
publican Association of the fwenty
secMid Ward of Baltimore city,
headed by a band of music and deco
rated with badges and silk hats, mak
ing a fine-display, alarming the city,
breaking her quiet slumber. Harry I".
T. Livily swore in the electors. Dr.
W. G. fuck was elected secretary,
Gen. Adam E. King, elector at large
was chosen as Chairman. Ei,jht vote ;
were cast fur Hon. VV'm. McKinley,
for President and G. A Hobart, Vici-
.President, Mr. . W. Herman was
cnosen as'messenger 10 Dear tne re
turns to Washington. After adjourn
ment the Electors and State Officers
were lunched at the Executive Mansion
by Governor Lloyd Lowndes.
, IHISP'S 111 Rl(t
001 Peuii8ylvania.Aveiiue. v
l unlll -arid ailror n'urnhn Hl
mniiilH,JHwlryt piHtolR. guna, me
chanical tools, Imiipn and gentle
roen'n wearing apparel.
Old Kold and silver bought.
Unredeemed pled gen for !.
H. 2C. PTJLTO 2ST,
ANNAPOL S NOTES.
Mrs. E. V. C. Wtllia ns, Editor.
What a magnificent array of
women gathered at the N itioual
capital last July ! The question
considered pertains to the very vi
tality of the r..ce. Notwithstand
ing the large number in attendance
there were hundreds equally, as in
terested, who are doing gigantic
work to elevate the lace that cou d
n t by force of surrounding cir
cumstances be present.
The great wmn there aeiem
bled, together with 'laose who were
absent, form a power. By uuitid
effort what may "6 not accomplish
fur 1 he race A grrat deal has
bejn done but we must do more.
Th fi Id is large, shall we step in
and poas-ss it? There never ws
greater opportunity to d telling
uplifting work for this punting,
discontented unhappy humanity,
.i now. In the slums of our de
graded womanhood, we should
deem it a privilege to enter and
compell the weak and erring to ac
cept the beter way and live a no
bier !ire. While so many of our
women pn girls are low m the
sc.iles of mora ity and otherwise,
can we, as a race, attain the heights
of correct living reached by others?
Will we ever with me,h a condition
lie what our friends desire and
what we ougnt to b ? It seems to
us then that w'.er. ver local clubs
ar organized, if the work, of the
rescue of the faden women could
he entered upon the v ry cork ii
touched. It is well known that in
many communities some are dis
posed to judge the whole race of
our women by that class of women.
a hile to do so is a greir. injustice
to us. yet such h the unjust state
of public opinion
We are much impressed with the
f illowing sentence in the circular
etter of the tfttion'. Oreaniaer of
the National Association of (Jolor-
REV. REID INVADED BY A DETER
MINED BAND. OUR CORRESPONDENT
IN BALTIMORE. PRESIDING 1-L-DER
LEE WITH REV. TICE. REV.
COLLETT, OF HAGERSTOWN,
MD., MAKES A FLYING
Last Monday night the home of Rev.
C. H. Reid was invaded by a deter
mined band of men ami women bent
on giving him a good pounding much
to his pleasure. The dining room
table was ruthlessly brought in to ser
vice and had it not been made f good
material it would have collapsed under
the burden impressed upon it. The
presentation speech was made by Dea
con H S Moore, a purse was also pre
sented by Brother j. I. Brown, after
having had all the fun they wanted
at their own expense they departed,
leaving Dr. Reid very much al ve, who
gave them a special invitation to call
Rev. Dr. Lee, Presiding Elder, of
the A. M. E. Church, .pent last Sun
day at Mt. Moriah hureh, with Rev.
S. T. Tice and preached to a large au
dience in the basement. The audi
torium is expected to be finished in
time to permit the reopening on Sun
day, January 31st. Rev Lee returned
to Washington Monday, accompanied
by Rev. Tice
Rev. Dr. Collett, of Hagerstown,
Md., paid a flying visit to this city
A'ondav, presumably on political busi
ness. The doctor has considerable
influence in political circles, and is-al
ways oil the alert, taking advantage
of every opportunity.
The Epwbrth League of the Asbury
M. E. Church was crowded last Sun
day, it being the occasion of the elec
tion of officers and after devotional
services the following was elected,
subject to the approval of the Fourth
Quarterly onference: President,
Rev D. Hebron; 1st vice-president
Mrs. Mary E. Robinson; 2nd ice-presi-dct.
Mrs Sarah Stewart; 3d vice
president, Mrs. Ellen Parker; 4th vice
president, Col. D. W. Young ; secre
tary, Mrs Sadonia Brown ; treasurer,
Henry Boston; organist, Mrs. E.
Parker: libarian. Thomas Tones;
ushers, Wm. Brewer, Alex. Hughes,
J. H. King; musical director, Joseph
Adison; captain of the Epworth
-Guards, Thomas Fry.
Your correspondent attended the
preachers meeting al Baltimore last
week, of which Rev. t'elksey, Presid
ing Elder, of the South Baltimore
District is President and the Rev. W.
T. Harris, Pastor of Eastern hapel is
secretary. After routine business re
ports from churches were called for
and ihe following churches were e. re
sented by their pastors: St., Paul
moving on, crowded house $40, rally
on Sunday, Rev. N. M. Carroll, Pastor.
Ellicott City work prospering, good
meeting watch night. Rev. E. W.
Mathews, oastor. Conton and Spar
rows Point, good school, spiritually
alive. Opening of the iron works
makes finances brighter, Rev.. N C
Brown, Pastor. Ashury grand meet
ing watch night, 11 mourners, 319 com
muned Sunday, Rev. A Young, P ts
tor, Annapolis ; 3acce.sio is. 178 com.
muned ; busy preparing for c n -
ence. Eastern Chapel people ur
away wa ch night, 1 conversion, m n
asked for prayers, Rev. W. I Harr.s,
Pastor. Hereford Circu t Epwortn
ueague to night, an organ, good meet
ings, Rev. B. B ice, Pastor, t e first
visit in the history of his life to the
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Washington, D. C.
LOUIS 0. WILLIAMS.
The subject of this sketch ia the
hustling publisher of the Kansas
City, Mo , Observer, a weekly
republican newspaper published in
the interest of the Negro race
Mr. Williams was born in the
Indian Territory twnty nine ye:irs
ago and when a mere child his
parents mov d to New. Orleans
carrying their son witli ihem. At
an early a he wai ent to school
aud being an apt scholar was soon
promoted to Le'l&nd CTuiverdity, the
lending institution of the South for
the education of Negro youth. He
pent several yeara in Lelatid and
in 1879 migrated to Kansas City,
where he has since resided, giving
his labors 0 the advancement of
the race in the western country.
Mr. Williams has taught school
in the Indian Territory ; eeu con
uected with the itineracy of tae M.
E Church, and during ti.e past
few years has devoted his tiaie and
talents to politics. He is a forcible,
impressive anientenainng speaker,
and -easily holds his auuieiice in
good' humor. During ihe Lite
campaign h did efficient work on
the stump and through his paper
for .Mr. McKinley aud the repubh
can ticket. Yhen th free silver
aentimrnt threatened to un.-ettle
the Mgro vote, Mr Wil.iams went
aiugle handed into the fray and
through his counsel the Negro
remained true to the party.
SUPREME COUNCIL OF GUARD-IANn.
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housekeepers who have been trying
to solve the problem of h"w to keep
your house warm at the least outlay
should try burning Coke. It's an
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leaves no dirt or'cinders. ' Give it a
40 bu. Coke (uncrushed) for I2.90.
40 bu. Coke (crushed) for $3.70.
Washington Gas Light Co.
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GOODMAN'S IAN LILY WILL WIN.
It seems that the rank and file of
Vh. snnrpine Ct. uncil of Guardians,
A. O. K. of J. will certainly take the
advice of tne Supreme Ruler, Mr.
R D Goodman, who is so ably sup
porting Mr. Lilly, the founder of the
order. The report that no Lillyite
shall join the lodge, courts, caJets,
juveniles, means notlnng. mr Liny
IS in possession 01 an uic siKiia, iigwM,
.secrets "etc. Indeed, no man but Mi.
Lilly can make a lodge and give it
the proHer credentials. All that the
bolters have iver received was given
oy Mr. Lilly. The public, the officers
and me.nners of the Supreme Coun il
ol Guardians will be convinced short!'
that all the works of the A. O K of J.
are the property of John W. Lilly and
no man in the world can take thin
irom him as thev are in his brain. A I
the regalias belong to the Lillyites
.. 1 .,rhndv is receiving the hilly
iewels. 1 he last seven degrees belong
tO 1.111V wm-u ""7.7 w" , .
upon tho-e who would like to claim
hTnepeopIe are with Mr. Lilly and
beyond all doubt he will win hr.
Goodman will win with his man Lilly.
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