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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 October 1891

-: ' l ffl"ilfc y imp WJ&B-. two njp - : JlI VOL. X ' t? -- v ?Hfc Ik THEY; SAT i MMw"MMMTmin i : WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY CTOBER 10, 1891. way connected up3tart was no with the Pilot. He is a back number and "c uviaeea in a lew days. Bosaruleinthiacityisnomore. will I) u't be disappointed at strange Oi pirade is good until anoth er is ?ten. Met. who claim that the people h vitn thera, will not objectto t ..') elections. II uest ni&a will not object to asMug their claims with the pc : le" Tm people will decide all diffi l , questions. Great deeds are seldom done by small men. Commissioner Douglass has de feated his enemies. No man is great who does smll iLiuira. McKinly will be elected in Ohio. Fassett will be too much for Flowers in New York. 9 Secretary Rusk has given CLeshire a ticket of leave man. Secretary Rusk found out some thiug. Lieut. Arnold will not. be bull d z d. H1 is the only boss and they all will know it. District Republicans will re ceive recognition. Be ...

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. — 10 October 1891

r ' IS. 'if f t? . i R., J f." ? . y ,. TJlB 11 PabllBhed every Saturday'ai;il09 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at thn Post Offiee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CA.LVIN CUASE Editor. The election next mouth will sur priBe the masses. Hon. Benjamin Harrison will be nominated wit out a doubt. Mr. John Joy EHbo", who is the chairman of the Citizens Com mittee for ibe Graud Army En campment will no doubt have all he can do to carry out his prom ises that he made at Detroit in August. With T. Thomas Fortune ani C. H. J. Tay or at out. with Cooper and Taylor ex ebangiug left hand, d complimiiits, and J. MUton Turner and J.C ilauhews "mrt, in it, what is the future of the national eglo Democrats? Ind. World. ''WHglii-d in the balances and found wanti ig.V No man can be a real leader of the people, who docs no possess their confidence and respect. Ind. World. What netrro has the confidence of his p op'e? Tho race has no confidence in itself. Mr. Fortune seems...

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. — 10 October 1891

rjpHB BEE VI fHOUIZED AGENTS. t.VsT WASHINGTON. u rwU'r, Sis 3ul S, E. ,.i .1 jHivfiUMiig furniBueaouappli J !, ,,viKHMil)lciulertit.euientswiIlnot .,it " Pi'ct- A11 remittances f " ,"j,k-l.ydraft,po6tal money order .n-isUuiKetler. Mouey forwarded .iw By. is at the sender's risk. In " ii.iuvi l4,c lIuouut aud what it is for ' J'JabUtteUveUiU-d. k t-r. etc., bhould bs ad-drebsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 ,rr! i-'iK! EVEUY SATURDAY A u 1 T.. N. W., WASH., D O ' rt ,. it" THE UEE CAN BE HA i a . Fowlers, 318 3rd Btreet, s. e. 'ftl V 'kotj',M Street, between 12th , a 1'I. Druggist corner 16th and t c NiTtuwest. Pu .1 iplplito House. 31S Pennsyi? .nla Ave. NEW YORK CITY. 1 a. Green. 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Keed, 934 Cambridge St. t ATCKDAT, Oct. 10th 1891 Uocals. FOR KENT Two unfurnished room- and a kitchen at 1037 17tu street, n. w. Furnished Boonis with or with out board, 2202 14th St., n. w. J-25-t-f. Fanned rooms with or without board to gentlemen. A pleasant home...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 October 1891

I -4!-aaSSK - ' - - a e .- 7 5i " J . jy- " " - 'f-rrTi"" y- .; t""--""" p- , mriaiiiinin--jmnn-r-f Trii ,-J--F:rr favy-.v-g-toK "r-" '-p-'f - 4ife--aHSi,:-fL.rriJ v::&jw(,w .-.-,. - - ; b -, .v i k " v .. l i 4 - . 1 .- ! & w At.'i T X a l-v r 4 M, t6000.00 a year-iae Inr; marie br Joim R. Goodwln,nYoj,N.Tnt woik f..r u. I:adr, youmj- not rrike if much. Lot we can tench Ton quirklj l,oir t"iirn (rin vS to civ a flay ai Uie start, and luxir n.n CO on. Jtotjj him, ail 2r. In anr irt of liaeric. you 'can cCliiii.turr M Luuir. rlr. ir all your linu-.i r j.jrr moiiif nlf ciilr to the nork. .MI is ntn. Great it SI ith'r. r Trry worker. TV start toil, fjmi.hii.i- eterrtlilnr. LASII.V, hl'l l.lilLV lr.n .1. r'klllL'LAlM ITtUU Ai!nxs .1 i-nrv, mihi. io., ioiaii,. miAfc-. OUT THIS OUT AND SJfiSD IT To Col. G. F. Bowl s, P. 0. Box S, Natchez, Mi5s yVilh Your Name and Address. Ayr. 1. 6 in. NEvV TYPEWRITERS: the INTERNATIONAL. - 2. Nos. 1 and 2. Warraled Indst uctanle Alisaent. T No. 1...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 October 1891

;"",- ,MMMltBMBB55?55S555iSai THKSSSKISKSVt rtrTi-"-""V -.. Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. vol. X WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1891. , qa ill H XI m ii ii I II villi 97 lz - '! ' Jyli iHi H IK H ji 7 HI H II II I II II V I 1 H "T- ' &$IhBP X HgJB5L,lB 5 cents per copy. MlStk "" "a IH THEY" SAT Conimiflsioner Rossell will attend lo bi8 business. Commissioners. Douglass and Ross will not have other people interfering with their business. The Republican party in the District of Columbia will be strong er. Andy Gleason has withdrawn from the contest as a delegate from this1 city. Perry Carson ought to follow suit, before he is weighed in the balances and found wanting. "A heep sees but a few knows," are the remarks of Maicellus West the young Republican wheel horse. The people are determined to have primary .elections. There will be a representative Republican party in this city shortly. Count your gains and losses af ter November, 19th. Do you catch on ! A silent man ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 October 1891

r-1 1 urir-i rrflMiiriMrfiiii i - r"' ' , it 'V r t v- V- s' si. M Til! c ty I, PnbllBhed every Saturday ai;i 109 1 Street NorthweBt, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editok. The people are deteruiiued to have primary elections. The Clara letter tbis week is very Interesting and pointed. The Mogul who is anxious to shoot will be given an opportunity after the 19th of next mouth. The Commissioners appointed the last two detectives under the law last week. It was hoped that Mr. Win. Crawford would have been appointed. The department has decided that those persons who borrowed money from the Legion of Honor must pay it. There is no man more generous than Mr. W. W. Wright and those persons who owe the organization should not hesitate to go to the North West bank and meet their obligations. There should be a colored citi zens committee organized and peti tion Congress to pass a law pro hibiting the District Commissio...

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. — 17 October 1891

Ssfc. . i n 2. . am pj-r,-a ", -V Jt - S - v!iPVMisssllllllllflLlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli xSaB SSLHE. If 1 ?y xb:ej B"&E Al'THOKIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. lV KouU'r. SIS 3rdS. E. '" MA ,,JtltfUmiable advertisements will not ''""tiBt any price. All remi'.Unceb j ,. maile by draft, postal money order ' ' 1 ,M-r metered letter, Money forwarded tiiTVl oUa-Mvay. is at the sender's risk. In J "'"n money the amount and' what It is for 'hiJthictlv slated. ieiuT". etc., should bi ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C PTBI IUEO EVE11Y SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH,, D C. !lRF TI1E BEE CAN BE IIA ' Prof. J- w Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. jirgl'iilfeetys, Al Street, between 12th ;Sft-orttiwebt. I H. Be Her, Druggist corner 16th and ureet. Norm west. Philadelphia House, 318 PennByvnla Ave. SortDwest. NEW YORK CITY. I). A. Green. 429, Cth Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed, 93J4 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, Oct. 17 h 1891 Locals. FOR RENT Two unfurnishe...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 October 1891

f S ? 1 t i53 ."-v- &5 Is. iwMHP JLBittfllHiflilfeLWii -Tj7&-llJ!g:t-' -- - .i, i- tiBi - k.rr' ?mmt"-Yr' -vffmmrrmrwwtiSM mi tMmuYHmHrKmmmammMitmmKinfnirFmfiiTVff t ""rm immwfiwrvmmtirartvua rn iimiii i TMrBwf-i t it If : ""Si V f . Jt ,af If J f6MV. 00 s rear ti !nc raad by J&nn k OoodrIn,1tDT.N.VitMuik for oj. ltnuin yon may net make at much, but hcui lcb you quickly bow to tarn from t $1U a tlay at the start, and morr a.ou p on. Hutb mi, all a?. In any) art t roenca.you can curmitrtire at litrme, pit mi;!1' your limr,f.rire momenta oolrt (lie wivk All U ii7H Git j blKLr. f ery worker 1 e Hart tou. furnbhiiif efrrrilnnp. LASH V, bl'El DILT Itanir.l IVUTKLLAlto H:tF Address at cnct -IlibUN A 10., lUUTLa.b, MKlM CUT THIS OUT AND SEND II To I'ol. G. F. Bowles, P. 0. Pox S, Natchez, Miss With Your A'ame and Address Apr. 1. 6 m. SEW TYPEWRITERS- THE XKTEHNATXONAL. Nos. 1 aud 2. Warrated ind-tmotaMp Alienent. Nn. 1 h p ivpHsfl shift and key-boai' pp:i1v 1'ke tli R'-niiny N'...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 October 1891

A JgM : --- M W i HUBPHlll 1 "W, Terras. $1.60 Per year in AdYance. ?(),. x THEY SAY Tin1 Grand Army committee re vriii"l the coloriul hiother last wtvK. Col. Douglass will put live on hi-s committee. CiHinuissmnor Douglass will do tin' btt lio can for District Repub- Sonn people have sin idea that tln- know it all. Tin destiny of a republic is not It-it to one man always. V. U. Scott has at hist secured ,i rliutrh. He is happy now no doubt. 1 lie pot will commence to boil .so m Sulable delegates will be num erous soon. The boodle huuters will boon the lookout soon. Be truthful in all you say. Your friends will do you more barm than your enemies some times. Watch those who pretend to be our friends. It is not the man who professes to he your frieud, that you can depend on always. The Democratic Congress will meet soon, then O ! then what will take place. Robert Tompkius should reor ganize his choir. Tbe choir should not be made to differ because two persons are ob jectionable. The n...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 October 1891

j'-ijjAa, x BRe.5WSIt tto i iiifeitjtoyt jy Htfe"-. frjr fffiriwiaflsisftwMiiB mHIEHttlkK J? ft V if I? I k J i tm t f BEE Published every Sati.rday:at;il09 1 Street .Northwest, Washington, D. C. fiutered at the Post Ofliee at Washington, as second class mail matter. V. CALVIN CHASE Editor. i -Trrumrn r rt i HIGH VIEW PARK For some time the colored peo peop'e of this city have been seek ing an opporl unity to purchase land in the State of Virginia, not lar from the Capitol This op portunity is about to be realized, in fact a number of gentlemen, interested in the advancement of the olored people will have lots ior .aie in High View Park in Alex andria County, V. This will L-e the createst offer ever made our people ai.d it is hoped that they will not allow this opportunity to pes without embracing it. For full particulars coll at this office. THE COMMISSIONERS OHDEK The District Commissioners have done the right thing in is suing an order prohibiting those in authority from acceptiu...

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. — 24 October 1891

"', la i i i w m ... . - - - - - ' '- i. r.4a! ,. -?t ,WSSWSSHKs tt i i ,1 THE 33 E t rilOUlZED AGENTS. I.AVT WASHINGTON. , . t'l. Sl-S 3l"d S, E. i,,i mHuiUMns furnisneaonappll , ,, uomible advertisements-will not ,i Hi u price. All remittances i.ule iy draft, postal money order t, .iibtereil letter. Money forwarded , i way. is at the sender's risk. In ,...i.e the amount and what It 1b for joimoilv btated. eu, etc., should bi ad-dressed t.E 1TBLISHING, CO. WabhinKton D. 0 1 M .;i) EVEKY SATURDAY A' ir.. X. W., WASH.. D c. ,r w, THE BEE CAN BE HA Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. i.. t s. M Street, between 12th u et . , I, r. Druggist corner 16th and .in west, ( tea House. 318 PennsytVinia Ave. NEW YORK CITY, l . . Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, ZVIASS. Win !.. Keed.9P Cambridge St. lAlTRDAY, Oct. 24th 1891 ffooais. High View Park. or KENT Two unfurnished i;d ,ind a kitchen at 1035 17th II. v. High View Park, unified Rooms with or with- nil' .,urd, -2202 14th St., n. w. J-25-t-f. High Vi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 October 1891

" "jfe-jMBtSr iAjfe.1 fiTiSBglSS!JM Ji'" '"""WBeBlMiiMBJPr". 4'. 4 P ' 1 I f ' ' t .. S 5 f BOW). 00 a yearn tfnp mAe br Jmn ft. f.n.uluin.lrur.S.VBXntk fur u. hrader. jou nm lift mate as iiiimii, i-m c i.u -teach v unukkly hew to-in trom r"5 to ' ,-- - , - , ,.... ; M on. liuinKii11 ". -- i-iifc- i f IU a lv al me .-wi, nnu hum.- bi," -v Arr-eru. vu " cummincc i uumrt 1,1 v. in- H ourtlme,-rire moments onlj to thevtuk. All l new. -rrat -ay &llJk for en Mrker. We start jou. fdrcUIiltic rt.rTtlunp. KASii.i.aiT.i-iiii. I-nict. I LIlClLAUs Hfl.l ArldrrKatoncc. Mltl A It)., ItlKl LAMJ, HjkJXt- k ri jr 3 r f7 OUT THIS OUT AND SlSND IT To Col. 6. P. Bowl's, P. 0. Boa o, A'atcoez, Miss. ,V'i7t t ?c and Address. Apr. 1. 6 m. NEW TYPEWRITERS: THE -T IHTEEHATXONAt. Nos. 1 aud 2. Warrateil Ind-tiiU'tJl'iK Aliiraent. r; DNo. 1 li. capital shift and key-boaul nearly l'k th R'niiiii: No. 2. Tli" New No. 2 is a double key-board madam. Thust' iniclime are tlif most bcautiml in apppar.incc, and ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 October 1891

? -; 'Sg ". &- ns?h- cyUOna Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. X WASHINGTON, D. C SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1891. NU 23 SKMBSSh -i , i i ,ai,,iii iimni M BSWewssiMSgesB'8"-:-jr --r aTFt'Ti BlmMfeh iff TisMT Wk BwMJlTi JRs9isC ! 1 mi -isBE30 " yBsssS CV " i r w (mm gt upm r 1 TilElr SAY they can All any position in the gift of the government because they can talk louder thau some other people. "Why is Morris a greater acrobat then all other negro applicants? Because he jumped from the Haiti to a, inessengership in Treasury Department. the WOLD'S FAIR NOTES. Primary elections are ceutaiuties umipst men want honest elec tions- Tlioie are about 30 democratic members in the New York Cleve land League. lie on the lookout for honest ineu lor judges ot election. Let the will of the people be ex ervivpd. o mob will prevent the will of the people from being exercised. A local paper has at last con cluded there there is discrimina tion in this city. A man's good looks wil...

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. — 31 October 1891

3 tKllKIKSiSBS3fl9fs99StBKSp9iKBtSKS!BSM ,v.5" Mi t. ' A '4 i ' ( 1 -w 1 . l 3wi4 i I ' if 'i Tae SEE Published every Saturdayat;ill)9 1 Street North-west, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE EDITOR. The manager of the Pilot is suffering with a cold. Spragae can throw off more cjas then the sewer that paBses his house. Mr. Lyuch was invited to Ohio to speak in the interest of the KepublicanB, and whenever goes anywhere you can just peud on it that he is invited. he de- A GOOD MOVE. A number of citizens issued a circular looking to the organiza tion of a protective citizens asso ciation. The object of the organi zation Is to persuade the people not to support those houses of business that douot employ colored clerks. This is a worthy movement aud should be supported by the people. Among the signers to the call are Dr. J. C. Norwood, A. F. Hilyer, R. H. Terrell, Dr. F. J. Shadd, Lewis H. Douglass, W. S. Mont gomery, ...

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. — 31 October 1891

.r--asr"Vr- n IT! ft.- ll S-' .11 1 1 " '- - rBJE BH3E AlTHOKlZKJ) AGENTS. V;AT WASHINGTON. "rt.wvut.iiiMg lurnihiieuonappti ' B"t,!lHViiWeacri!Bc-uieiitswilluot ' "' ,ft, glj pnco. All remittances Bf'HII,illnft.P0btRl money order !""U rnMn-r.oitor. Money forwarded 'I?oili'Mray- iMitthe Bender's rlbk. In a "mh- UtoKUiountaud wlmtitislor h.r. ric bUOllld b5 ati-tlieBsea KE rUMLISHIXG, CO. Washington D. U M'BI ISHKI EVEUY SATURDAY Ar P ll0Vl ST.. X. W.. WASH.. D C. ' rt-HERE THE BEE CAN BE IIA p ,f J. W. KowIeis,8lS 3rd btreet, s. e. F, Volfeety n M Street, between 12th .N.irtliwfsl. ' gBeUtr, Drogsfist corner 16th and KeU WbU Ph!taiWplte House. 318 Pennsynla Ave. fcirinwbt. NEW YORK CITY. It. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, 3IASS. Win. 1. Keetl. 98V5 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, Oct.. 31st 1891 JUoeals. FOR KENT Two unfurnished rooaH and a kitchen at 1035 17tli stieet, n. v. Furnished liormis with or with out bo.ml, "2202 14th St., u. w. .T-25-t-f. To Let : Nicely furnised rooms hot ami c...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 October 1891

. fp-wwppsa ........ . i k i- r, -. ( r j fc fa .t . ' - i Ftff fc"x 'iv r ') n 4 iv lit I KlfKKI.OOs jftm '.finpma.lelty Ji. hnlt. ;! in.Troy.N.Y.,ati.ik fur us. lirailer, y u tti.iv iijt maLe as niuli,lul w can t?a li s-..uutkly liow toraru from S to 10 a '. at the Hart, aud ii.mr .u co on. If- th .eies, all apt. In an y J iart of mer ., yuucancomuirnceal lioinf-.tnr- . s r your tiiHe,or frjiarr moments ourr to t"tp.rk. All is new. drat pay SI' UK fcr fitrr "-rVrr. We start you, furnlslaiig tcirvthiiiF. KASII.Y, bl'EKDILY learned. !' lirttTLAItS IlILll. Address at oacc, SlliO. 10., fOUIHM), aiiilU OUT THIS OUT A2JD SBSD IT To Col. G. F. Bowks, P. O. Box o, Xatchez, Miss. tVitli i xi : w and Address. ,Apr. 1. 6 m. XEW TYPEWEITEKS: the Nos. 1 and 2. 1 1 Warrated Indstmctable Align-ent. Q No. 1 Imp pital shift and key-board nearly like th Bmiii; No. 2. Tin New No. 2 is a double key-board machine. These machine are the. most bfautifnl in appearance, and efficient in execution of all t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 November 1891

HLIslslslslslslslslslslsm.lK3Nu - i r . gy -c- 955" it JtTivwii5&-iiiiiiiiiljiO'M -. -.-.-, '': ':'-.. . ' - - ' 1 tTfflS. r W Bhnssi tv Hr WLWm tsa liiV 4L. f Jiism. issssH. fw ssssV. lH JsW a JlsVw sH sH H .sissW. ssH H B $1.5Pcr year in Advance! -- r-- vi a - " iBi.vr&ijav v - - --1iLfti I,i!i Johnson onght.to go. l)vk Arnold ought to keep his nii-uTi. c '-I'd. T. i:kk. has not asked blsi for Ti,r !;, k has no gold watch and cb-.i '. L-ive hiin. j, i.. ;. the gang on lone enough lop' - Jiold watch. II.- a tirst-class bluster. Wii. ii has he been asked to take s'o.tt .': District politics? Tii. UhL owes Arnold nothing. S" mi as the Bee is concerned L.i . .iischarge all the heelers. ilf Uept them on long enough ana wumi he was convinced that Ci ii bavKnt iull euough with the toui:ii:-MOiiers to return him to the fo!Vf lis- lired them all. Ainiil played hot and cold. Tiu Hee has the pull ex-Lieut. ana i ii .ou forget it. Wa., and watch developments. L'.iiviu Brent is the mos...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 November 1891

t& yf ,a buct; f ' : . W to ILc l& ,1 teii to iL , it- L -k. '4 ft. V f ir .!. , 1 ft 1 .. f i Tae Fabllehed every Saturday" at!1109 NorthweBt, Washington, D. 0. 1 Street Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editok. Look out for and n-ad in our issue Dext week "Imported Mush- roons. Why will a man take 45 min utes to py what could be easily eaid in 10? Public speakers how can audi ences make them feel thai '-Tufty is a concrete chesnut" in this city? Don't deceive p ople as to the object of your meeting. Towu teud was nor in it. It was to boast up the leader of the Blaine Club for the exr National Con vention, and to attempt to belittle certain public men and to turu up noses at the administration. Next week we shall have a word to say about the manner in which the meeting to honor the name and memory of the late Tally R. Holmes, was not called, and the seeming neglect and in-d-ffeuce on the part of the corres poudent secreta...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 November 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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 November 1891

',' !5ilMpiflHBPHwSW6RG8!flsi3sHHK3Ssfi wwc- - s- s iw w. - 1 . ' , iiSl - OJBLE-F A LITTLE SUNBEAM. TftB Why Tear Came to the Eye of a Lo ft '. i .- t ! P tS i 1 . t Li vfw ' f St.; fju aft itf J! L coinotlve Engineer. Even in the life of the grimy railroad engineer, whose existence is one of al most constant danger, there sometimes ; falls a spark of light and a ray of human j sunshine illuminates his smoky cab, penetrates his greasy blouse, and finds its ' way deep down into his breast. A little incident happened down at the mole the other evening after the arrival of the overland train, which, though of a ! simple nature, will long be remembered by a certain C. P. engineer. The great iron monster attached to the train was throbbing and puffing af te the long and sinuous trip over mountain sides and rocky defiles, trembling trestles and marshy stretches. The din in the depot was deafening, but out of the chaos of sounds a sweet, girlish voice was heard welcoming Itome her parents...

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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