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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 April 1892

2. 1 . 5,-B-ti IT- 'y. -,, . .,., jjJSiitv-; atj. Terms. $1.60 Per year in Af rases. 5 cents per copy. ()L. X WASHINGTON, D 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 2,1892. NO 43 i -"ppia iT THEY SAY, NOT STUCK UP. Although we sell five times as many Shoes as any other House in the District, we fully appreciate the smallest favors. We sell the Finest Footwear made, as well as the Lowest Priced, good Shoes to be found. Our three Houses are now filled from Cellar to Attic with the handsomest new Spring Footwear ever shown. OUR RANGE OF PRICES! CHILDRENS' SHOES, 25 Cents to $1.50. MISSES and BOY'S SHOES, 75 Cents to 2.50. r LADIES RELIABLE SHOES, 51.00 to $5 00. MEN'S DRESS or WORK SHOES, SI 00 to $0.00. H The only kickers against the suc cessful democratic ticket are the Irish. Gleason, as usual, wanted to bet his money on Dickson. He has more money than he has brains. Tne republican party still lives. Gleason will enter the democratic party if he is not seated. He declared a few days ago that if Presiden...

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. — 2 April 1892

J -" Vjz HM a w- i TlHWnriWMlJMH 1 I'll k II il . i m'l HI IIWHTI , . ,- ' :f-&' iMnmiiiif i .,&iMf Vffc.iMgi,gy ,&!riip""'.''ll' jy' Jli'r'--i "i mm 71 i n " iiiinn "' Tr '' " " ' ., '',' -' ' i"n" " " i HMfrflKirm MJL " ..dMfeflBStiflHHHflEBBBSSsllSBSBSBSBilSsllMMk-. M :H- - w. . k. 1 i' fk &' tv x. ir- .s A 4- J" ; M w .& r THE y v V El IT IT I ill Jirf, PublUhed every Saturday at .1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee atiWashlngton, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE EDITOR. The negroes must make an at- the same bb an educated and re tempt in all tne business enter- fined white lady or gentleman. prises in wnicn tne white people are engaged and support tnese enterprises with their money. This is the only solution of the race problem and elimination of race prejudice. WHAT IS BEING SAID OF US. Head next week's Bee aud see the inBide of the Young Men's . Christian Association, (1). C.) WV advise those who have sub scrib...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 April 1892

fcWWWSft. Q"-rJ, &eJZS2Ar-..!; '," :,. wWMWMttfOWaSt! -ri, -- t. THE 33miS AirilOKIZKD AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON . tovler, 31S 3rd S, 12. 1 ,.,.,: t. f.r ailvorllMUR furuisueU on appll . Hi ectlouable adveri'iDeineuts will not ti ai aay price, au remittances u- mude by.ilraft, postal money order i. ..i icgistered letter. Money forwarded ..ilici way. Is at the sender's risk. Iu ."! I r" ra;.,li te u.niiu money lue amount and what it Ib for s ,,;.,; u-distinctly staled. va 7'turs. etc., should bs ad-dressed u :k publishing, co. Washington D. 0 PCBUSHED EVEUY SATURDAY A 1109 I ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE IIA Fmr. J. W. ''owlers, 818 rd street, s.e. yr-. I'olUety's.M Street, between 12th j ja Vi.thwesL j ii. Heller, Druggist corner ieth and itret, SorUiwest. PuilHdelphla House, 318PennBy.Fnla Ave. Sort : west. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green. 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, 3IASS. Win. L. Reed. 93J4 Cambridge St, FOR MINNEAPOLIS. W&SJ Hepublioan cha. . ;;?;., J .T:,,l,:,.,t. yy-...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 April 1892

- aS-r' L- .--- ( sswsiM0kg -I -tfrness -$SEtfHs4S& auoL'baaM .- .. cmp -.'r'iJ'-jjlwL1 rjtti;SS! K S5,B ' ""aT 7 " "W!Sa - J--" -!'" ' "" .V..:.. " '. - w,iiiwiijiiqgwwwMiM MrnTiii TVtw-1;iV3lff.aglBff i. i. u m . 1 1 ! t i i it "I "r "" , ,.......,ut4. -TifWlhrtTrtai:iS'iJia-aiiTiri Ih NIHllI'MJ llfP f nTTnWIffP'jM ' ' ' ' ' l-r " . e iv r. .Wa U r:: if w . Wit - & YEARS OF VARIED SUCCESSFUL InthaTJooof CWM- we Alone own. for all Dls-i mil lVTRTtf Who have weak orotf. OP developed, or diseased! ' HDHE organs, who are suffer-l incr from fKnattaoFrotmn aria any KxceaBea, or ofl EfltALlHITEflUHEEHEE fraarantceto ft they can stored, our mnt.hnri win at- afford a CUBE 1 m x. HOPE Don't" brood overvour Thousands of the Worst IHCAIMtzNI, asset iortnm our WONDERFUL BOOK, woicn wo send scaled, post paid, FREE, for a limited time. QETIT JO-DAY. Bemember, no one else has tlie methods, appliances and experi ence that we employ, and we claim the monopoly of uniform success. Erie medica...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 April 1892

SfSST - Terms. $1.80 Per year in Af Fanes. 5 cents per copy. i a OL. X WASHINGTON, D 0.. SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1892. NO 44 !'- .. iM 4feSc iffr---. i e d 8 J- 1. 3. e 8. t, le )- ir le 1 er ili sh ar ve 3B, a, lis en .tit er ;u ot, r a ad 3m )V- eir Qf ve tIS.fi 4- oL v. 3 la y - i- ic Et ur St. T- ch ole iry ley ker ly wis der Jin, ;ou. ier, . ft ill and ntlng fiom ver ike : 0 1 I J I I 4 0 01 CO O CO o d rt Pa X P n- CD 91 8 P rt 0 H 0 THEY SAY, ill CARDOZO MUST APOLOGIZE. NOT STUCK UP. Although we sell five times as many Shoes as any other House in the District, wo fully appreciate the smallest favors. We sell the Fiuest Footwear made, as well as the Lowest Priced, good Shoes to 1)8 found. Our three Houses are now filled from Cellar to Attic with the handsomest new Spring Footwear ever shown. OUB RANGE OF PRICES: CHILD HENS' SHOES, 25 Cents to $1.50. MISSES and BOY'S SHOES, 75 Cents to $2.50. LADIES RELIABLE SHOES, $1.00 to $5 00. MEN'S DRESS or WORK SHOES, $1 00 to $G.U0. Pair Warr...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 April 1892

5? slSI c?.- U t 4- Vi. m fi .- -"fv, (t Mr 3 ' -1 f& L " ai "" r : y - z S ft TUB s V -.' DOT? ,71 ' V PabllBhed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street NorthweBt, "Washington, D. O. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, as second class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. DISCEIM1NATION AGAINST THE NEGRO. There is now pending before Congress a very siugalar piece of legislations; it is a proposition to take away the legitimate revenue of the recorder of deeds a revenue that has been enjoyed without question or molestation by all the predecessors of the present incu'm bent covering a period of more than a quarter of a century. Even the change of administra tion from republican to democratic has not effected this office. It will Tie remembered that when Mr. Cleveland succeeded Mr. Arthur he appointed Mr. Matthews, colored, recorder of deeds, but, thn appoint ment was rejected by a republican Senate, he then reappointed Mr. Matthews and was again rejected. """Determined that a colore...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 April 1892

mn BhJ.-'gtgPWrah'.lfc -ft.t- --,- ?- J- -- -trfaA.M5i.Tyvtftgtr -1 .-.i.- .- fc.i ScHiitSrfa BlM1iMmTBBWBMMBMM --- . THE B"53E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. IS AST WASHINGTON. W Fowler, 318 3rd S, E. EsMojatesforsidvertlsiUK runnsnea on appli cation. ObJectiouableaavBril&einentBwillnot be inserted hi any price. All remittances 6iii)uM o made by draft, postal money order e, u-ss or registered letter. Money forwarded auv other way. Is at the sonder'B risk. In nding money the amount aud what it is for s ml J be distinctly staled. All letters, etc, should bs ad-dressed RJEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washlnuton D. O. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W. PowierB.aiS 3rd street, s.e. .M rs. Polkcty'8, M Street, between 12th lSu Northwest. j 11. Bellor, Druggist corner 16th and Mreet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia House, 3iS Pennsylvania Ave. tSortDWcst. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, 3IASS. Wm. L. Ueed, 93J4 Cambridge st. FOR MINNEAPOL...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 April 1892

L- I"-! - T w - haaLtssiSSSSSS --- -. . ' t. - in ''- -.11 , -flTff f f m ii i . ijiiiM-myTfW-llWtMU: ; 3 t-Ht L& Vm- i t JH rlli IX V, & sV f wr l A W I t V YEARS Pfs?n OF VARIED SUCCESSFUL i-Mii t-J! InthoUsoof CURA-zrFJVEkZrZnDS.ilmt and Control, orders of wo Alone own. for all DIs-i 1UIRN Who have weak oruN- nFVFLOPFD.or diseased! organs, who are suffer-1 imr trom furors ofyouthi arid any Excesses, or of IfBEEEffJ or HDHE ftZEXOfflttfl fttCAMff IwcthisbS NATIONAL CAPITAL AFFAIRS. Late News at the Seat of Government. POLITICS BEGINS TO BOIt. . i guarantee to If they 01 A LIMITED TIMEIREE S ATli"W i iWhoaxeriEfivGusan&lH. I IpoTEJvr.tiieEcorn of their I iteiiows ana xno cou-i Iterant of friends and Fcompanions, leads ua to cam stored, our method and at- afford ftCUBEl EKEJA-Xj 1 all patients, fOSSIBLYBERE- oup .Exclusive 11 -iCVi r Piittuuos nmg oPVAioHTEa! 0rThereis, then. HOPE YOUP??? TVm'f. Vtwm1 mrm-vmir nnndlMnn. nnr el W tm fn (feSDaf r 11 . - .-. - . - , --. r ....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 April 1892

."i-- ? haagas&aaEgi Terms. $1.50 Per year in itim 5 cents per copy. VOL. X WASHIjTOTON, D C, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1892. .TO 45 -- . A B. ! L a ' . u. " ) r A-jjfW?Cy-t?Ssy3isi Awaj! r ? a-5s jt li id i" q tL-Ef--s-3 WlSiiiir s NOT STUCK UP. Although we sell five times as many Shoes as any other House in the District, we fully appreciate the smallest favors. We sell the Finest Footwear made, as well as the Lowest Priced, good Shoes to be found. Our three Houses are now filled from Cellar to Attic with the handsomest new Spring Footwear ever shown. OUR RANGE OF PRICES: CBILDEENS' SHOES, 25 Cents to $1.50. MISSES and BOY'S SHOES, 75 Cents to 82.50. LADIES RELIABLE SHOES, $1.00 to $5 00. MEN'S DKESS or W-OBK SHOES, $1 00 to $G.00. Every Pair Warranted, no matter now Low tlie Price. tfc M ?s r Q&r&y , s strrsjsrr b sri Kos, 930 and 933 Seveulli St., 1914 and 1916 Xa. Ave,, 231 3Pa. Ave., & E Lowest Priced Retailers of Fine Shoes in AMEKJOA. KING'S - FOR Millitiery, Wraps,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 April 1892

tsaSMPMjSsss1ssssssMtBsttMMfa,.. .WEEmIissssbsssssssssssssIssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssesbsssssssbsssssssssssssb n-.fl ' .m.. lW - -aaaagSSap - 1. ' BHH i 1 j rj ?T f . ' k - I ! II 1 I I - I ' f THE &? -. Kv -ttUSV ' x JBEJE. r-;s W V PablUhed every Saturday at 1109 l Street Northwest, Washington, D. c. Entered at the Post Offlee at as second class mall matter. Washington, W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. DISCRIMINATION BASED ON COLOR. is because they have permitted mob rule to exist; they have al lowed gross and unjust legislation to be enacted without protesting. It has been carried on to such an extent until the people have be come thoroughly disgusted and now both republicans and demo crats have reformed politics to the extent tbat in the future the con dition ol affairs will be different. President Harrison will nominated by acclamation. be ries us, ho w stand the schools of Eliott says "the elective system the District? Especially would I ' is inevi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 April 1892

mu I s-v.-.. .fc taaaMt MB "a mm mm THLJffi JBEJ vlTHOKIZFD AGENTS. SAST WASHINGTON. t, wlcr, 318 8rd S, E. - vi rmIerlMUK furnisneu" on appU .ii'clionableaaurttbuuit)utsrilluot i Ai nay price. All remittances v uHlclylrr t, postal money order l r '&tered !jttr. Money forwarded ... "i- way. N at the 6endor's risk. In i oiiey the amount and what it is for i-.iihUttctlY staled. 'eUi-". etc,, bbould bj ad-dressed II E PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C r.iSUED EVBKY SATURDAY A ; ; I ST., N. W., WASH.. D C. ., iRS THE iJKE CAN BE HA . , J. W, tf7lors, 818 8rd street, s.e. -.. rolkety's, M Stroet, between 12th N n-i iwcmU i H. Belter, Druggist corner 16th and i--i i, Nortuwest, Philadelphia House, 34SPeunsyi 7nla Ave. so. vest. NEW YORK OITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. VTua. L. Reed. 93)4 Cambridge St, SATURDAY, April 16:h, 1892 oe?xls. Head he Bee. lion. John M. Lanston, is in Peterf- I ur Va. Table Boaud First class table board can always be had at 1224 E St., 11. w. Str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 April 1892

-J. . " V &vafrm -m!mmSasaetsz&e3!i .rrlll r - . jix-llirn-f" "" '' ""rl - ' t AtiuSaatiLS. fe i 1 M ' y r- k jrv r '. IH V . -K5fflla T9itfRMittlWttdllBaiBaBBlBP4aHnB--wrBaMaV F flf2 ff i lifiTi -k-. wwwj a h HHHM&f Ij V 1 mRT if n i f 4 - A wMf rrnMT n v? w-oiif itiNiii'ii WmMJfflwf) , jtmik Ed" Mi .mrjfnj jm W .not . wx-ampvumr.j? "-" - -; k3aatt -, ;- QUifrT7n?ilLKtSara as l. rwwn m H,. iMMnrmiMMiMii iumi . i I "' "'' MMKMaHMHIKHMHMnKQHB FIEND Iff YEARS of varied SUCCESSFUL IntbeTJso of ?. we Alone own. for all DIs-i e ATFVM Who "have mk orww DEVELOPED, or diseasedl organs, woo are suner- lag jroinsos OFtoum and any Excesses, or oil xesses, EfULAUMiTfiQIiHElBSE n too to K they can h stored, our method andap-. afford aOUBBl nRTHA Xj HOPEYOl Don't brood overvour condition, nnrirfm rmfnifewnnfr tl Thousands of the Worst Cnt&n ittCfiimcNl, asset loriniii our send sealed, post paid, FREE , for a Auwciuucuuuuuvujuuuauiu urjluuus, up nuances ana experi ence laat ire emp...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 April 1892

Pii 3&L- S4Svai1 ciSi-:IPIJ ..- .i-.tb f rrint:a,j'iwagaraMiLwj ?--. 'I 'I t Terms. $1.50 Per year in Afrancs. J I V I, X 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, P C, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1892. ?0 46 gagjjiMiiimiirgiri "i agacaBaacrj "vrT""raia"rMrirMa,i - J i -t v - c K H ft m H iflfi ffl ffl IBd od fil i i- 1 1 I 111 I J hi I rr i - s "1 1 1 I'll I JiwtI Ik 1 I F5- Hsb7 ' c r"-y.ga Mi jwn in Hi ZrZ iB"&1 Lmm T-ZZZl NC III- IJ-i Wro cti S3 IX S? Although we sell five times as many Shoes as any other House iu the District, we fully appreciate the smallest favors. We sell the Finest Footwear made, as well as the Lowest Priced, good Shoes to be found. Our three Houses are now filled from Cellar to Attic with the handsomest new Spring Footwear ever shown. OUK RANGE OF PRICES: CllILDKENS' SHOES, 25 Ceuts to $1.50. BUSSES and BOY'S SHOES, 75 Ceuts to $2.50. LADIES RELIABLE SHOES, $1.00 to $5 00. MEN'S DKESS or WORK SHOES, $1 00 to $G.00. (Every Pair Warranted, no matter how Iow the Price. N...

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. — 23 April 1892

ljf &r-- gfT .,., LllffL llgaB I'l ?' "iUMMfcSg 'jji mi m,iru-it(iti M P ?W&yjMtSH&faT'r7T" ii I ia urn i? - -TTg " --w-- - -- . gt t'lWSjg. gas i!itiffi ittoTnTTatTOJ--""-'mr-n&x-zt3am?5!j't.. .- . . , , . -. j .... ' r i i, . s J a U3S - V t I J f ,. ;liT i Wwi - ft , 3f W pi H " 4 I flSf inf""! s-t ' 6.4' f BEE, v Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post OfTlee at Washington, as second clasB mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. A BURNING SHAME. If it is in order, we suggest tbat the fi lance committee ot the re cent Emancipation farco, will Bee to it that the unfortunate young man that came over with the Baltimore militia to help ttu side show" make as9es of them selves, has some attention during the 210 days that he is to linger in durance vile. If that young man and tbat militia c mipany had paid attention to the intelli gent and representative people here who begged them not to come, the man would to-day, uot be...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 April 1892

imofi W isss " fHB 33HJE ,-r AUTHORIZED AGENTS. IS AST WASHINGTON. - Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. ts.uuaieb for advertising rurni6ned on appll cuiiou. ObiecUouable ail verueeuients will not oe inserted at any price. All remittances suouid oe made by draft, postal money order eX)rei.sorrcgistered!etter. Money forwarded u any other way. Is at the sender's risk. In mling money the amount aud what it Is for s mid be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., should bs addressed II 2E PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PUHLISHED BVEKY SATURDAY A 1109 I ST.. N. W. WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BKE CAN BE HA 1'rof. J. W. bowlers, iiS 3rd Btreet, s. e. V rp. l'olbety'B, M Street, between 12th 13h Northwest. t H. Beller, Druggist corner 18th and ilreet, Sortnwest, Philadelphia House, 3iSPennsy.v .nla Ave. tfortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed, 93J4 Cambridge St, SATURDAY, Apiil 23 rd, 1892 JLiocals. Head the Bee. Street p trades should be abolish ed. J2S.oO round trip to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 April 1892

a' .3 u Slgggfffr-tff jrJ w. njjji-uii" mmms t i iiiamnvvHwv -s2fefe---- --. rL-: - - , - j 2 JE .. s -Twy,ial.;MMBMMB!EWBBWWBiMMMMMMiMllg'''..: -m v a ""in mi i i nini 4 r , - 7 I t t 1 J & - & p. S?" - If- n- r IL AS 1 fat ssssfe1-- OF VARIED SUCCESSFUL IntkoUsoof CCM- we Alone own. for all Dls- MEN Who have treak or N- or nEVEWPED.OT diseased! fRDHE orcans. who are suffer- ItXCDSO in tr from ruriosts ofyouthi and any Excesses, or oil m EjQR A LIMITED guarantee to" if iney can stored, our' TTiflt.hnd and at- aford a CUBE 1 i m BE.A x-jHOPE Don't brood over your condition, nor give cpfn despair I Thousands of the Worst Cases have yielded to our HOME IHcRIMENl, assciiorvu w our WUNUttitUL BOOK. wnicn wo send sealed, post paid, FREE, for a limited time, qe TIT TO-DAY. Bemember, no one else has the methods, appliances and experi ence inai we empioy, ana we SUCCESS. CRIE MEDICAL U0 Otf 2,000 References," Name this pap Html you write. BBSetSBIw ''BpSjwiiHS ii;bH JT. BU Dabney UN...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 April 1892

eUSSS ?"" -Jr-JTT g.. jt Terras. 41.50 Per year in Afres, VOL. X , 5 cents per copy. '-. V a, u jr u wm-fwr WASHINGTON, D 0., SATURDAY, APRIM 1892. c2i NO 46 C ' " i - - -, 1 1 I ' wvFWV W ii J si g Sam w "S31 g7-r. r'"5tgnnW5A tali I .fisSH gH r-cr llsST Ssw'SS " s ii-4 nE3j JS, L-gggs iggsss -v3 IfflBLlLHi"! m 48 0? o G w o cr5 Nil! Although we sell five times as many Shoes as any other House iu theDistiicr, we fuUy appreciate the smallest favors. We still the Finest Footwear made, as well as he Lowest Priced, good Shoes to be found. Our three Houses aie now filled from Cellar to Attic with the haudsomest new Spiing Footwear ever shown. OUR RANGE OF PRICES: CHILDLIENS' SHOES, 2o Dents to $1.50. MISSES ami BOY'S SHOES, 75 Cents to $2.50. LADIES RELIABLE SUOE3, $1.00 to S5 00. MEN'S DRESS or WORK SI10E3, SI 00 to SG.00. " Every Pair Warrant d, no matter I:ow Iow the Pi ice. jl2g? Nos. 930 ancl 033 eveixtli St., 1914 aiicl iOlG 3Pa. Ave., 231 3?a. Ave., S, IT, Lowest Priced Retailers...

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. — 30 April 1892

, VHMtMVBjBjflBSBMHBJBjjjSjlBjB9B8jBjHBBjH Bft H f? ss. jj5?. ;, - '! fW- ir -" it- F- fcff 1 iSVl J I s .- 3S. J . ' H'l m t& SE4 r dm THE i r . . f'.H. BEE, 'iS 'V -'? c I "V- Pabllshed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street NorthweBt, Washington, J. C. Entered at the Post Qfflee at Washington, as second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. In the aggregate the money we spend is a great power. If it could only be intelligently direct- ed and concentrated at those point best calculated to redound to our advantage what a difference there would be in thiB commuity in the manifestations of race pre judice. If men knew they would lose our trade by offending us on occount of color, and our trade was worth anything, they would be much more careful than they are. We must learn to throw our patrouage to our friends It argues well for the prospects of the republican party in the South, that the new element are taking seats in th& front row, and the delegates thus far selected for Min...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 April 1892

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