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Mt ;ry r Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. u.I f im f )l. ix. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1890. m AJEmmmr k NO 4 ffHATl SAW, AND HEARD i am 0f the opinion that there is not so much crave about society as there bas been. Once upon a time a persons color and hair had a Jreat deal to do with his admission fo the social circle. This bar was narrated by Negroes from other if-taa who was admitted to the social circ:9 or wis cii. xiero anstocracv among certain classes 0f Veroe's in this city would have made" the most fastidious blush. Some people have an idea that 0Sce holding is the only requisite lor their admission in society now. Xhev look upon office holding as being pre eminent to any honora ble lab r or business. Some Ne croes never forget their color until tbej get in trouble and the moment they get m trouble thej declare that they are being persecuted be cause tbV are Negroes ; when they are appointed they then seek white society , they discard both mother and father, sisters and brothers, if they are only admitted to enter white society no matter how com mon it is. Washington is full 01 tin elass of Negroes; tne govern men departments are lull nt them. I am confronted dai b with tin- class of colored people. I shall say more in my next on this niattei. The fight iu the 2nd Congres sional District of N. U., is said will be very hot. Congressman Cheat ham will have for his antagonist several young men who are dis pleased with hi m lor some cause. Hi opposers are sanguine of suc cess while his friends are confident that they can win. I advise har mony ii the republicans want to succeed. The District Commissioners have settled oue point which I have al-n-ays advocated aud that is the ap pointment of eitizeus on the police force instead of these aliens who are prejudiced to the colored peo ple. Commissioner Eoberts is do ing just what this paper advocated a fev weeks ago, when it asserted thatoue balfof the police force was made up of "green horns" and such meu who were inimical to the Negro. I am glad to know that citizens will be appoiuted hereafter on tho police force and not scoun drels. The people are with the Commissioners iu their opposition to whiskey. It is hoped that a reconsideration of the Brown case will be had very soon. It is thought that the Commissioners have been imposed upon by irresponsible and prejudiced people. ll there are any two judges m tne Disrnct of Columbia who have been complimented by the people, they are Judges Miller of the Police Court aud Montgomery. There is one thing Es-Presfdeut Cleveland did give and that was good judges. The mission of a newspaper should be uot to make personal at tacks Dii public men without cause. These would be writers or corres pondents will Gud out that they will be beautifully left one of these das. It is only a question of a lit tle tune when some of them will be rnimting their profits aud losses. Tueir losses will amount to more tb in their profits. 1 it 'ended tins graduating exer- of the High and Normal SimooI last Monday night, but tueu- was oue thing done that I ol'jected to and that is tho issuing otatlmisMon tickets. The public wliools of the District ot Columbia bi'lotiij to tho people and tho teach- aud those in authority are the jmauts of the people and I would ke to know what right or author t. have these servauts of people to issue cards of admission or des ignate by iuvitation who shall at wurt these public exercises? I saw respectful citizens turned away on ast Monday uight ; I saw tax pay ers refused admission because they were not prominently known to the "igmtartes. I don't thiuK that Sup erintendent Cook knew auything about this program, in fact, I know mat he would not tolerate it. There will be a regular meeting j the Executive Committee of the departmental Legion of Honor aionuay eveniug at the Bee office. applicants for membership are requested to address their applica- Xrell. thG President 0ol Wm' THEY BAY It is hard to be disappointed. You certainly cau't love but one. The guilty is always suspicious. The little drunkard, notorious gambler and reformed christian (?) in the Dead Letter Office, Post Office Dept., will have it mighty warm for him in a few days. There are more ways than one to deal with black legs aud liber tines. No thief sli all go unexposed by the Bee. The Bee has never missed a shot. She eot tired of a lire of flirta tion. Scoundrels hide behind a Sab bath School Buperi n tendency to hide their villany. "Wben tbey carry whiskey bottles full of whiskey in their side coat pockets at entertainments and on Sunday s preach morality to Sab bath School children, what shall it be called ? The city is full of christian hy pocrites. Many a rascal gets behind the church to do his rascality. The Post Office libertine is one these ohristian gamblers. He will find out that he bit off more thau he can chaw. It is a custom among thieves to recommend each other. The Cadets carried down a large crown to Collingwood Beach on last Thursday, Tompkins threw a bomb into the enemy's camp. Cheatham will be returned to Cohgress. :Fo ean'fc belefeated. -- - The people of North Carolina will select him. Dr. Purvis has knocked his tra dncers out. The applicants for the hospital will all go the poor house. Dr. Purvis is hard to down. The dogs will now cease barking. There are certain barks that are daugerous. Barks are dangerous to thieves when they are in the act of stealing. Thieves do not like barks of any kind. An interuption in auy case is annoying. Don't disturb an enjoyable par ty. The colored correspondent asso ciation reminds one of an Elephant crossing a bridge. Some of its members need a screen in front of them when they write on honesty and morality. Screens are good things at times. Something will drop iu a few days. Look out for it. Col. James Hill will bo seated. Langston gives Major Cox credit for having the Committee to repoit favorably iu his case. Major Cox will take it whether it is given or not. The Major does't intend to be fooled about it either. He demands fair play. MAJOR KEVELLS MUST GO. HIS CHARGES AGAINST SURGEON SUMBY HAD BAD EFFECT. CHARGES OF INCOMPETENCY PREFERED AGAINST HIM. It will be remembered that Ma jor F. C. Revells, commanding 8th Battalion, District of Columbia National Guard, headed au excur sion to New York about oue year ago or more and while on the train he entered into a dispute with the Surgeon of the battalion aud about six months thereafter Maj. Revells prefered charges unbecoming an officer against the Surgeon which caused a majority of the officers mid members to intensify their opposition to "Major Revells and last week a petition was sent to Gen. Ordway, signed by the offi cere and members of the 8th battal ion requesting his removal on the grounds of incompetency. The opposers to the Major say that if be is ordered into an examination he will never pass. The latest report is that he has been request ed to resigu and turn over all property. Captain James A. Perry, at present commanding Co. A, 8th Battalion will probably succeed Major Revells. MlAi BROS.. 1320 7th Street, N. W. HEABOUARTEHS FOR ALL SPECIALTIES IN THE FOL LOWING ARTICLES: Baskets worth 25 c at 10 c. Assorted Decorated china worth 2oc 10c. La ge yellow bowls worth iiou at 10c. Laige white bowl's worth 20c at 10c. Large tin bucket, 10qtM worth 2oc - 10c. Lurgf glass beiry di-hes worth 25c - 10c. Fine linn napkins worth 2oc 10c. Fine linen napkins worth 10c - 5c. " '" Handkerchiefs wot th 15c .it 10c. Large fine tmkisli towels " 20c at 10c. Large fine linen towels " 20c at 10c. Lamp globes woith 8 and IOcat oe. Glass butter dishes worth 25c at 10c. Fine brass caid easels " 20c at 10c. Fine imported baskets worth 20c at 10c. Fine " cup and saucrs worth 25c 10c Fine tooth brushes worth 2oc at 10c. Fine large wire hair brushes worth 20c 10c Fine laige brass photo frames " 20c 10c. Fine selections of novels worth 20c at 10c. Fine so ip worth 20c at 10 c. Liige assortment of tin ware 5 and 10c. Large assortment of china ware 5 and 10c The largest iron drip or baking pans in the city 10c Wire goods, broilers, etc. 10c. The Litest novelties ( f all kinds 10c We are always adding new article to onr stoie. You must come to see to know, nothing over 10c. in our store. SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR SALE; -Coolidge express; two good wagons 3 horses 3 sets of harness all in good order. A good Daying business 10 years es tabhshed. Reason for selling; my patent attach in on t damenda ray time and attention. Stable in Stanton alley bet. 13th and 14th K and L sts., n. w. HALL P.OR RENT; The Ar mory of the Excelsior Light In fantry, (1719 Penn. Ave., n. w.) can be rented for Balls, Recep tions, Lectures Meetings, etc. on reasonable terms. The Armory has been refitted with a splendid new dancing floor and ladies and gents dreesing rooms, hat and coat rooms and a gallery extending the entire length of the building, which makes it one ot the most desireable places of amusemeut in the city. Apply to Capt Thos. S. Kelfy, 1834 11th, st. n. w: Sergt. fra. M. 5-ayles, 914, 17th st. n. w. J. T. Johnson, 352 Pa. Ave. n. w. C. II. 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