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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 August 1891

" IatTS,SnrS?:5WWi gss-s -3 - a"T?aBarflseKltfsSl KEamw .&? B!j5 tTBRrJ 1 . - Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. X WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1,1891. NO 10 QlltC Hisssi X E sB Jm. mA B & 1 h y - entire most ibling eatifi audi TlU.Arf it LOUISE TO CLARA. I)Mr Clara: y m aro aware cb it the school pa.iJnl.ite8 of the ring were de- W'1' iIie LMSCnct uommisaion Prs an determined that good and liunp-t me shall control our public siboa. 1 thiuk that it is in bad 'tl,.,. for principals of the public sIm ls and aliens at that, to at tempt t0 d'ctate t0 the District C nunissionera the kind of men Who Miould go on the school board. Tut' principal of the High School, jlr Cardoz , was an active suppor 'trot Mr. Merriwether. I am uot .Tirnnspd at the defeat of Mr. Mer- i:w "her when his main supporter na- Mr. Cardoza. I :.ave been informed that Eev. Gnmke is contemplating of accept ing tin recent invitation extended 1) ). I am not conGdent that this 4s a ta...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 August 1891

" Tf Iv- t:"-:--" r-s&fcas- Ji ' I J 1 "w 111 ft I .''l!rp ; ? . rv- f 'i'Y - F " f ?! ' .1 v h :,; n ti'i I A x Ml. ' hi-: Pabllshed overy Saturday at;il09 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at tta PBt Offlee at Washington as second cla6B mall matter. W. CA1 VIN ( HASE. Editor. Col. Geo. M. Arnold, of Washington, D. C, is a man after our heart. He Is alwas o i the alert and ready to oppose anything bat comes up lo -king to the degredallon of the Atro-Am-ii an race. Go ahead Col. you are right. standard-Pelican. The Col. knows jast what he is talking about when he opposes a ad measure. It is time now for some of the old lead, era to retire to the shades of private life and g've the young men a chance. Vir glnia Herald- The fact of the matter iB Mat, there are too many would be lead leaders among the young men, they all waut to be leaders and eiuce that is a fact who will be their followers? There is room for all. The compliment paid to Mr. Charles Carroll Stewart, by ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 August 1891

BBnJMBSBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBsSMBisBsBMBBBBBBBBB 9B3BissBsB99HtBBsBBcBBBBBBBB 0 ltalHHHVViHHHB'S y T'!-" SPSHHPHHUHfP?9 THE BSE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. W. Fowler, 31S 3rd S, E. KotiBiKieb for advertising rurmsnea on appU cation. Objectiouable advertisements will not be inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order expies.8 or registered letter. Money forwarded 11 auv other way. Is at the sender's risk. In sending money the amount and what it is for uoald be distinctly stated. All letters, etc,, should bs ad-drebsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washinuton T. C PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY A7 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH., D C. " WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 818 8rd Btreet, s. e. Mrs. Polbety's, M Street, between 12th !3ti Northwest. j H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and iret. Nortnwest. Philadelphia House, 318PennByVHnla Ave. Sjrtnwest. NEW YOEKCITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed, 9SJ4 Cambridge St. SATURDAY. Aug. 1st 1...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 August 1891

r " . --.. f ) 1 -&aSMSK&' 2r PX ill I a if IS M tf I 1 s x ) irk v& T ' .i t !. "4- n.- ') - A'ii f if fc.-f ' " ii,,a!,-tJ-SWJLL rETB ... nx-Jk Hfc f r-. ' .. -ftim. . ., mf it 2 !! iiiiib T Pmr -X--''-. n i flit VV ': 1 i r n appeal Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro -Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $i.io per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, manaocr, CHICAG...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 August 1891

K tf. " "! . - -w , " " f - tv" 1' " tifo Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. ?ol x ( ( m I NG AFRO-AMERIOAN W. Tyler. l in- subject of this sketch was i, win m Culmnbus, O., in 1860. He ieciMM'd :i good education in the jitjtih.- Mihools of hid native city, ami alter finishing school he taught twu ears. Journalism was always tin- goal of his ambition, and even wLen a lad he was connected with ani.it ure journals. When the 'Atro-American'' was first launch ed l). Mr. E. J. Waring, be was maiir its city editor. Iu 18S7, he ;wh three other gentlemen started tin- "Freeman," but its life was hhor. While actiug as night fire in in at the Ohio State University ai the fall of '37, he took up and ruiujileted stenography unassisted. In the Spring of 1S8S he was em jiii wit on the Columbus Evening iJiNjiatch, the most influential and jinisperous white daily iu Central t lnu. Here his knowledge of short iuiid and general ability served b.in well, for in less than a year he h.ul been advanced to ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 August 1891

7' mi .- ,awawr.ncwafc.ssa4AwlawawfiiawifilwaawflBw 9""1 !T ;s.4 S r SjiyBKj'ffiMMBBBMMl aiiasawarari aMri Mn-ruir & , .-jss r , ,jy3gl - ---,, JJJIHt" L V - , JITT'S"' - " 2fcstwv-j -r-' ' '-flu iff V L f( i The W3fea'v BEE - w v Published every Saturday at;il09 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post OfHee at Washington e second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. Mil IT n mi i - Editor. GENL. CLARKSON. The Bee has every reueou to believe that Genl. Clarksoii, the chairman of the executive com mittee of the natioual committee, will do all in his power to aid the republican party in the District ot Columbia. Genl, Clarkson is a man of broad and liberal views and he will enter tbe next cam" paign with the determination to tfin. MAJOR W. 0. COX. Tbe Bee is informed that the citizens of East Washington highly commend the fight that has been made by Major YV. U. Cox in the interest of justice and humanity. He deserves the highest praise for the noble stand that he...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 August 1891

mm W ' THE BISE in fnmilTT t m ,nf v. ' irmMim -.--. 'VH rJr was Clara. Until you hear from 1UJldaS5!gfel!:!!! Bi me remember ff f&mr IP ' Yours truly, t M U mk & Clara. T Si wt '" 5sffl AUTHORIZED AGENTS. KA&T WASHINGTON. Fowler, 31S 3rd S, E. MiHtCb for advortlsluE furuisneu on appli c-UKHi. Objectlouableaavertlseineuts will not e iMieiKilsit any price. All remittances fili.MiM made by draft, postal money order rriri'i.6ii regibtered rotter. Mouey forwarded u umv nlur way. Is at the sender's risk. In he ilHg money the amount and what it Is for n(J he dlstluctlv suilea. AH letters, etc., should bs ad-dreBsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washlnnton D. 0 PIJRUSUED EVEKY SATURDAY A' lltfil 1 ST.. N. W.m WASH., D C. V&.wSZ Z WllfiRE THE BEE CAN BE HA. ffrf. J. W. Fowlers, SIS 3rd street, s.e. .Mro. rolkety's, M Street, hetweeu 12th 1 '.it ilUfebt. j H. Heller, Druggist corner 16th and tnsft. North west. lltitadviphla House. 31S Pennsylvania Ave. (VortoWefit. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 August 1891

tjH u I f 5 1 I , i i ' C . N The Appeal Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro-Ameri No 213 cans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $i.io per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, manaocr, CHICAGO. ILL. No. 289 f 0000. 00 Trans .etnpmailebr Juiin R. GoodvIn,Tro,N'.Y.,st..ik tor us. Hinder, journal not make us much, but we can teach jtmquicklr Imw torurn (ruin If 5 to 10 ala at the start, and ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 August 1891

"igfrMfc-ilBMf- "il& K-$?h , IS!? W VOL. X . i i -. ! , , . m i ii . i ... , m i ,.,.. . .1 - - - ' '' -I - - ..... I- - "'"''"' " ! ' Snftvt Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. 1 WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15,1891. NO 12 .m ,tirf the061 1 iLhlM call M , -Ml W1 J"" .., w'fvti -!vi: r ci - he" i oor- . ,nC 1 i their cordiality to Mrs. Alger who P- 5Tg. jgiti. JlaB 91 is a queenly woman in all this word jfSSa wjPl can iinnlv. and while our women SJiUlsHll tlHD mWmm&mmmslmmm'mmM Mm WJM '"fafcs alette afPrt?tBtfttaTiq &gy5foggjra 7k" 5 imM? vb u $h je d every month iSiiyagm '5jT 29 Park Row?, MEW YORK. Mjil Ifaifr' - ffc.a-rTJOJ5A--Jf'-eii ' mmw-w4j4.'-vt.--- THEY SA.Y The "Agitator" editors Day and. Wheatou are natural born cranke. When Fortune gets the Haytian mission let the Bee know. Bruce will name the Haytian Min ister. It is a fact and what will you do about it? Day aud Wheaton want to write another letter of apology to the editor of the Bee. C...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 August 1891

? V r- r. !; c-5v- r i J r 4 V lif I I IS . ' . -a e i - - " i rt if P' 1 v, f ; "I, - 1 s w '. BEE ie :. .fc. .- V X , Published every Saturday at;il09 1 Street North west, Wabhlngton, D. O. Entered at the To6t Offlee at Washington as 6econd class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHAPE. Editoh. The policeman's club ought to go. The chief of police should call a halt to the policeman's club. Bruce aud Lynch are eye-sores to the politicians. McCJabe, editor of the Langston City Herald, is boiling over. Bruce aud Lynch have colored ladies for their wives and ladies of ability at that. No common white clerk for them. The editor of the Bee extends manv thanks to Major C. B. Fisher, for his handsome souvenier. He will wear it as a token of his esteem aud appreciation. The man, no matter what his color is, who changes his politics to suit the party that happens to be in power, is unworthy the confi dence of any party. Graphic. Fortune is that man. De had better give up the tight for the Havtinn mis...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 August 1891

A "it. "e" . t. . ' v"- ' 'aBs Til. - 1J jQBIfflffidtl 'JUJJBW - i ., &8C4kj&3ffjiMp 4 ,., -tiI MtaKM&. - "' PIfWSBIiiC ' fflHI THIS B1SE v, iHUlUZKJ) AGENTS. I A-.T WASHINGTON. - w i'i .US Sid S. K. ,,i suiri8 furnisiieaonappli ' ', ,,i,'llM,xhJeKitertibeinentBWilluot ."i-it kio licu- AU re'iuces ' ' it i.x'draft. postal mouey order Itl'bU.vd'.!Uur. Mouey forwarded i,-i vmy. is at lb e Bender's risk. In ' ',?, tile amount and what It Is for ' i A btiiioUv hUiU'd. r etc., fcliould b ad-dressed 1 E PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C H ii miki evbhy'satubday a7 i 'i.r..N.W., WASH., D C. vU,,uf HIE BEE CAN BE HA. v. . Fowlers, 1S 3rd street, h.e. . i ... tjb.M Street, between 12th ttfht. i M, Druggist corner 16th and i in west. , (,1,1a House, 348 Pennsylvania Ave. i NEW YORK CITY. u .Gieen.429,6th Ave, noSTON, MASS. v , , l.. Heed. 984 Cambridge St. riU" K DAY, Aug. 15th 1891. locals. j"u i liiil Rooms with or with 0, .,,1.1, '202 Uth St., n. w. J-2.U-f. 1 1 . F. J. Shadd, le...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 August 1891

- 1 's"3i V. SsLLM -rlf - - -jzwzwWf V-' f- ':r r ' i J v ft 1 I J ,1'.' r. i i. : d i The Appeal Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro -Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. ' It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $i.io per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The appeal, C. F. ADAMS, MANAOCR, CHICAGO. ILL. fCOOO.OOftTearii InjrmaTe by Junn R. Goodtwu,! rov,Vl tat Hoik for u. trader, ou iitnv not make .udi. but we tan ttacLi j uquUklT huw titain...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 August 1891

-,'""' " '""frc""? 'F!yfftBEif!Kj?Si jffs M& y 4& - . ' c,"$i? .- &z3?i'' ."" :tfK"3535k .ftHLt. Lj y'- 3; . fcJt! -is" " '?, , "T , - i-5?-SWtB3KB gJmrTfaW- k. x - .- -- - --.mi Terms. $1.80 Per year in Admce. THEY SAY t WASHINGTON, D. 0.;"SATUffi7Araf22J891 5 cents per copy. The Luii;ina excursion 'part? LisiLoroutfb. Dr. tVn . i in it. j. MddiMiii Vance is looking well. I The, an- the boys and know how j entertain. Or. i;u) m a "hustler" from i oai't- Panifl .still.vard is tlie king in e K.ist. He w ill 'iine to the front with .ejift'iilf behind him, W. H. lirooker is one of the solid JVS. Tljet. mis in that section know jo to lolluw. It is nor rue man who does the ),t talking is the most trust- j-tlo . flue Kt'imblicans will have fair ctioua. Hones men will not oppose fair rCtiOIls filer'' is a conspiracy to get :ec!ni' Mahone removed. it will not succeed. tile I, a good officer. Iliirc is too much corraption In on. (file Commissioners will not toler- it. tok (iit fo...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 August 1891

-.er55!iaaaPa'Siiip"aAaaaHK5Mraaaaa RJZ&3H& w--"aas- -41 & .- J Trf. V- - L' & t f M v , & r ---1 -- -''' Tie YM ill mi MMHTTTMillMSlf" MP MM": aa .saaa.. Published every Saturday at.1109 'ortU west, Washington, D. O. 1 Street Entered at the Post Ottlee at Washington at second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHAS-K. Fditok. Whenever the dogs stop bark ing the Bee looses subEcribers. President Harrison is Btronger in Pennsylvania than the boys thought he was. all concerned. Another year at Washjng ton better coumels will prevail. Buffalo Evening Times. Could the negro soldier develop his ability any more in a separate post, then be did when he fought with the white soldier in the late rebellion? Whenever there is any danger ahead the white man kno.vs wheu and where to find the negro. The time is not far off when the serviced of the colored man are needed. of the malcontents. Mr. Towns end can cry loud enough, but as a leader he is a successful failure. There are hund...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 August 1891

"c FyrfcfcT jgjaiPBL.'y "j TyBHECr?lTTTrTislllisllllPLsllllllli THE JB2E I tglWlTimrw-iririnni f " mimm o fft w. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd S, E. uo lubericu ui u) initc. A.H reumuuiceB should be made by draft, poBlal mouey order as press or registered letter. Mouey forwarded n auv other way, is at the sender's risk. In sending money the amount and what it Is for iioald be distinctly stated. All letters, etc,, should b ad-dresBed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PUBLISHED EVEttY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof, J. W FowlerB, 818 3rd street, b. e. M rs. Polfeety '8, M Street, between 12th i:h NorthweBt. J II. Beller, Druggist corner ISth and Mreet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia House, 818 Pennsylvania Ave. liortnwest. NEW YOEK CITY. D. A. Green, 129, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Reed, 93 Cambridge 8t. SATURDAY, Ang. 22nd 1891. Locals. Mr. Harallcar Turley, or the Pension Office, was taken suddenly 111 Thursday and had to be...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 August 1891

bbbbbbbbbbbbbbibi - t.r' v,4( -fSttBHHHIHHIiBHiBiHMta JVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBQBBWVeWaBtBdSBtt -rsysMTiA BaBa "sB3ff,'"M',lai'"BBErlBBHBBMiMBBBBWBBlBMBBBBBHBTTi 5r yrf " "( VF VnHVyflQBp"" i"tW'r -Br 3 P 54 I If f & i J The appeal jS'-jif ra Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro-American newspaper, having the largebt circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro-Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. ' It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans arc subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $r.io per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. AVe are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAM...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 August 1891

I JtJiaTaiiBBTaiiBTaiiBTaTiBti'ii3 j-p ' ' 'IHfcl Y .; " " -t-j-- ;:'- "Sff ' J,, - - - -.7- t --,.--.- -""" ji' KaaVK Terms. $..60 Per year in AdYance. - inr ;iT. , . n ppnre nor nnnv a, atM : tjjky Ifta sbouhl not disagree with a Lot) because others do. tis well tor one to have his own sion on matters. n't dislike .1 person because t persons tarns auout nltn. worll is full of deception. siaiiu oy your iriena In may go wrong some- WASHINGTON, D. 0., 8ATURDAY7aTOU97i891; ANDY GLEASON'S MENTS. SENT! fee Jwaw tough ta le mosi periecc e a mistake. person may ie greatest fools areofteu fonnd gg those who think themselves wisest. 1 greatest excursion of the a will be given the Svndicate. A. Stewart knows how to 3e an excursion. rare men cannot ag deceitful men. be found le most successful hat saves what he mau is the earus. griumng man has always lum-oi taut news to relate. Jie is eujoyiug :Cih. herselt at At- iver io to near. stay when the ene- Miecessful politician is the ho should not...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 August 1891

" tsjls iw P&HHKS rwHiTmr- 7""TM" T Till ! ' sc -?- . sw 1 . N. ' t f 4 Si R J 1 & Tae m 7lc5K. ' i5L f , Ism, Published overy Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Euteretl at lhr Post Ofliee at Washington as second class mail matter. W. CA1 VI tl'-Af-F. PLnoit. We shall deal more fully with ex-State Auditor McCabe nest The Plowshare and Pruning Hook is the name of a new paper that graces the sanctum of the Bee. After next June it will be hard to find an editor who was not for Harrison all the time. They will all ct into the baud wagon then. The Graphic. You have uttered the truth Presideut Harrison has done a great deal for the people and. he should be renorniua'ed by acclamation. The "New Era" is the name ot a new paper to be started at New Or leansj La., with Mr. John L. Minor as its editor. Mr. Minor is an old newspaper writer and no doubt the New Era will be as brilliantly edit ed as was the Pelican which pained a reputation under his editorial lnamjae...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 August 1891

R M:--1Mmammmm-:: r -.---...- :.7?-- - -'"Mi.r-" -'-T?.-c?lli!lllllL.g5g35M!:tggg,: jagggr go, r f 'i&vyT rmrmriz " T LMV. BiHtHHMluk . rv . ' - -Jil-E,-. ..-.avtniujvw - -" -j- , i i " ! c; THE B15E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. tAST WASHINGTON. W. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. . t:su:iiHteb rur advertisiue furmsned on appli f ititw. ObjecUoiiableaaveriifteuientBwilluot 10 inseitedat any price. All remittances .;ti..aK! he made by draft, postal money order ? i rvr6 or registered letter. Money forwarded , any oilier way, lsatine sender's risk, in .-nJtn? money the amount and what it is for Hoal.l hedlBtinctlv stated. Ail letters, etc., should b addressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C r nmiMiBn i . Z?l " P lights bar! wcr 8non. 1117 lea H"in7e'nderT0mer9flDathePnb- PUBLISHEP EVERY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. V!lfiRE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 818 3rd Btreet, s. e. M re. Polliety's, M Street, between 12th m Northwest. 1 H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and oreet, Nort...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 August 1891

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Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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