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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 June 1892

..; Ti - ' - y;ht&&Lc -&$ xrurt0u 'k Terms. $1.60 Per year in Afracs. var vol. xr THE AFRO-AMERICAN AND THE FAIR, The debate in the House of Rep reseutativeB on the proposition to add an amendment to the bill ap. propriating one hundred thous and dollars for colored exhibits, de monstrated very clearly that it is out of the question to discuss any material feature ot the country's material welfare and interest and leave out the Afro American. This matter is of in terest and importance to all classes of citizens, the debate drew out alike from democrats and the other side strong, earnest and truthful words for the race. Mr. Houk of Ohio. Mr. Chair man, I offer the amendment which 1 send to the desk. To pay the expenses of collecting, prepariug for and publishing the tacts and statistics, pertaining to the moral, industrial and intellect ual development and advancement of the inhabitants ot the United States of African descent. Such in brief is the character of this nobles...

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. — 11 June 1892

., ' $ mm' ( ' In u 5 Mr P; - p- I: it. r; i. , k I i r-1 fcWJH-- -.$ f P H Mm MOk. I M.WS V- & t i a yts&f bee. AYt . Pabllthed nvery Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, as second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. PRESIDENT HARRISON. At this writing no one can fore tell what will be the edict of the convention now in session at Min neapolis. History repeats itselt. The same sort of combinations led by disappointed and jealous men, disappointed because the President has not been able or seen fit to ac commodate the whims and propo eitions of every so called leader. Jealous men, jealous of the success that has attended the careful, painstaking administration of Gen eral Harrison, and consequently angered that it is not said "I made the administration.'7 The same environments that sur round the President to-day, marked the martyrd Lincoln in the conven tion to choose his successor, the same as to General Gra...

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. — 11 June 1892

rWvrcgR. - J' - 1. 0 l - THE B3E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. BAST WASHINGTON. howler, 31S 3rd S. E. "THE LATEST FASHI0NS7 mitcb for advertising furmsnetl on appll ' u objectionable advertisements will not Cl'' H.it any price. All remittances a d te made by draft, postal money order rb or registered letter, aiouey lorwaraea ..ihcr waj. is at the sender's risK. in nilius money tbe amount and what it is for n!d be dibtinctlv staum. letters, etc., tauuiu us Hu-uicnneu BSE PUBLISHING, CO. Washlnnton D. 0 Of 6 6H ' Mil All Pl'BUSHED EVERY SATURDAY A' U09 I ST.. N. W., WASH.. D C. WHERE TBE BEE CAN BE HAD IT f J. W. Fowier,s,31b3 d street, s. e. j II Be 'er. Uructst, corner lfltn and M blieet. lorthweBU Pinudelphla House, 348 Penn. A..e., n. w. W. W. Jackson, 22S i strtet, n. w. Moses Iane, 205 i street, n. w. j p a ewart, 352 Pennsjlv nla Ave. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 129, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed, 934 Cambridge St. Alexandria Tirginia, W A. Caiter.313 Wilk s street. SATURDAY, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 June 1892

vl -? -!. ? K . Jff- 2fcyiy - ,.-,.. . 4.. 'I. JL - i5:22!s .-i53f-?A ... S-v ..v UMfisS ; ' ? - " " - '-v??'' - ".'TV Js i "M- ""B JT"rTljr m " l":l, 4&fffai. 'jF . Tpwtaaga sffiftfcjS?, lv-)- - m. VJWWgSiiWEl-jafcL t,wTJ-isfilfr3l& ,iyir7 sa&tfESdKaOv? . j. J- aH sT V rr- -v s I 0 n i &F YEARS f OF VARIED and SUCCESSFUL InthoUsoof CURA. we Alone own. for all DIs-i EXPERIENCE JIVE toETHODStVmt and Control, orders of NATIONAL CAPITAL AFFAIRS, 1UTRNT A Who have weak orff. DEVELOPED, or diseasedl organs, who are sufler-l lnft from prkobs of youth! and any Excesses, or off k guarantee wn If. they mil or IfiDHB iicctwirmninnl ECU A UHlTEllllMKEIB canT our' and at- afford a CURE 1 STORED. method i IIS! ESIVT A IWhOareWcrinimnnrl i Iponw.thescorn of thi r iieuows ana the con Jtemnt of friends and companions, leads us to "all patients, tSmLYBE RE- own Exclusive tlianoes will Toereis.then, vHHOPE YQUrp Tf ' Don't broody over your condition, nor give no fn (Sesmfr 1 TscKpbstr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 June 1892

gssSyaaiisjX JfM$Mim Harrison and Eeid! President Harrison was re nominated on the first ballot in the convention at Minneapolis yesterday, receiving 535 votes out of a total of 899 cast Blaine's boom, like his boom ers, lost in the shuffle and he is laid upon the shelf. The news was received here with wild enthusiasm by the ad ministration men, but was a bit ter pill for the soreheads and bolters to swallow. Whitelaw Reid, of "New York, nominated for Vice President. Four years more of prosperity assured. BEE Supplement. Vol. :s:x. w.A.sxEx:LTa-i,02r, xx c, T-zrixr 11, ias2, 3sTo- i ' I ( M '' kMK I II -s--i .y tit : atB-Eirt IHCIESIRISOIfcT. ZBL-A-INIE. ZM

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 June 1892

' I - , i ii -a MiMIIWIIMMMllMMI I MMi Ml MiIll -"-- hi IIPW x ,.J! xrmon J Terns. $1.Q -Per year in Itace. ' J --iinlnp """M " " , ' VOL. XI SILCOTT SPRINGS. THE J. R. WEBB HOUSE FOR Summer Boarders. Terms: $100 per week including meeting all boarders at the eta tion and return free of charge. Children over 12 years of age' full price anu uheddren under 12 82.00 per week. i T yrs WASHINGTON, D P., SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1892. 5 cents per copy. LANGSTON'S DEMOGOGURY Wht He Opposed President Harrison. His Utterances at Chicago. NO 2' THEY SAY, Traisicit Bwrders 81.00 per day. Extra Carriage Hire charged for. All communications should be addressed to, Jno. R. Webb, Silcott Springs, Loudon Co., Va AYOiMDALE," PETERSVILLE, MD , Frederick County, Is now open. One of the most places in the woild. picturesque Absolutely free from mosquitoes, malaria and dampness. MRS. E. A. PECK, Proprietress. F. J. PECK, Jr, Manager. For terti'is tress. address the proprie- TOE ALPHA Life Insnrance Cdnpauy, D...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 June 1892

tr9 sd-4: i ---, r--'j-:'Js h r?ai: . . jI "Mif-fcr "" rfii il '" i JSIL-- -IIIBIN -v ..i. K- K F.- m i,-. u-v '. " &&? i r ,. Ai r H?frv Miii'-. N ry n lr? -v. & -,. 11 :r .. -J !'S- m iJ 'TV. s-A TdE S. BEE. Published every 8atnrday at 1109 1 Street Korthweit.WMhlngion, D. C. ntered at the Post Offlee at Washington, ai second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE Editor. THE CONSPIRACY. Never before in the political history of this counjry has there been such a combination of dis gruntled politicians assembled in any one convention as there were at Minneapolis. Every effort was made by a majority of the Nation al Committee to defeat the Presi dent and count out legitimate and regular elected delegates. The outrages perpetrated ag inst tne colored people in the South and which have assumed such a national . aspect, would not be a good looking-glass in comparison with the nefarious and diabolical crime that was committed by thiB committee against legally elected delegates. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 June 1892

B' t' ' '',"r' L 93H''VHHilHHHH SfcUig.i.'..i. m, m.iiiiiniwiiuw,riWinKigg THES BtSE w AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 Srd 8. E. tin toateb for advertising f urnisnea on appU atica. OblectlouableadYcrUseiaentswUlnot oe inserted at any price. All remittances iUouM te made by draft, postal money crder eiprebfi or registered letter. Money forwarded u ijy other way. Is at the sender'! risk. In tending money the amount and what It Is for i .onld be dlstincUv stated. All letters, etc, should b ad-dressed BEE PUBLISHING, CO. WaehinKton D. O. PUBLISHED EVEHY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. where the Bee can be Had Pr if J. W. Fowler ,s, 318 3rd street, s. e. J. H. Be'ier. Druggist, corner ltJtn and M street, northWiSL PhlUdelphI douse, 848 Penn. Ave., a. w. W. W. Jackson, 522S 4J4 strtet, n. w. Moses E ay ne, 205 4J street, n. w. J. P. S ewart, 852 Pennsylvania Ave. n. w. NEW YOEKCITY. D. A.Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Wm. Lb Reed, 93J4 Cambridge at, Alexand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 June 1892

;5- te??" yJT I ''V -' Wl d .r - w - ''-" -rs -r- r-g- jgJ-4. ' 'J ' "''J'1 "-" "''T V' Ii r V j " 4 i ' -. P 0 - srat3 .- ft - Bfw .- fcs It-. .?: v If? I HI r. v i" ! 2 II v i-vt tffi IL S r f ' YEARS. OF VARIED SUCCESSFUL In the Use of CUBA- we Alone own. for all Dl-i '- Inai MRN Who have weak or UN- DEVELOPED, or diseasedl orjrana. who are suffer-! CP fflDKE fTWOOlJ i&gltomFRMteoFYouTui and any .Excesses, or oil EOl'A UHlTfiflSUtHIIE tmaranteoto It they can stored, our mrnhnd ana BD- tHord a CUBE I KHLA.JL. HOPEYOUp"? Don't brood over your Thousands of tho "Worst Cases iHCAlmCNl. asBesiortnon 6ond sealed, post paid, FREE, for a limited time. QETITTO-DAY. Remember, no one else has the methods, appliances and experi ence tnat we employ, ana we claim tno monopoly of uniforjb success .Eric medical Cq,,164 Niagara St., buffalo, V, Y. HHHHHHHHHHHMH 2,000 ReferenctsTName JT. H. Dabney UNDERTAKER & CABINET MAKER. Office 441 L Street N. W. CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. Telephone 845 3. Sep...

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

Nfr jr " '"" '' " t -i- nATrrSg ,-b c'C ; hvnnv $1.50 Per year in rises. 1 I k - & "I I -v- -v Si IV ICO'f T SPHXHGS. i K.WEBB HOUSE FOR luHiKT Hoarders. l no per week including ill boarders at the sta ll i. turn free of charge. hit 12 years of age full 1 riiiLDKEX uuder 12 yrs. . VTlH'k. uisient Boarders ' la Extra Carriage Hire 1 a. rnntinications should bo .5 to, Jno. R. Wkbb, Silcott Springs, Loudon Co., Va KON I AJUE9" Pi.IERSYILLE. MD.. hLDERiCK County', pen. if the most ;u the woild. picturesque oluttdy free froui mosquitoes, i and dampness. MRS. E. A. PECK, Proprietress. I'E K, Jr., Manager. tt'i .is address the proprie- THE ALPHA insurance Company, J MltKl' OF COLUMBIA. iU 17 11th St., Nohtjiwist. Y..M. C. A. Uulkliuj;.) I'LL AND, VM. E. MATTHEW-5, 1'resdt; Treabiirer; 1 ETWOOD, H. U. WILLIAMS, faeety.; AssU .Actuary. iniilsfixtmjj.ots. to 2 els-Mr vreok. . up to sruu.uu. 0 per fcliare. Lbbineiits oil stock. THE ALPHA ESTATE BANKING CO. 1W7 11th Street, n. w, iLLA.NI), ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 July 1892

Vjhwt j w i '" -rffTIMJaTrr Ti.ii . - " . IT n-Tfl im.T- -i .. -g"-; i i i .... , - - - - - ""- i rrrmmTr i n mi jjnir j wA"nMa.wfc:3Js:aC7T. ., ,. - - iw . NB -ae' ?iC; i iv --I ! "A .;' N l.- J Jt THE .r . 'sf Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the PoBt Offlee at Washington, as second class mall matter. W.CALVIN CHASE Editor. ODK CONTEMPORARY. Id a long editorial the daily Post advises President Harrison to go back on his message respect ing the .Federal Elections bill and promises him if not all the king doms of this world at least the vote of South Carolina if be will but fall down and take the advise of the Post. This great daily is certainly a little off when it says that Presi dent Harrison would make his election sure by going back on ihe Force bill, for several reasons: 1st Mr. Harrison's re-election is sure already." 2nd His going against the elections bill is a moral impossi bility. Mr. Harrison can not go back on the pledges...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 July 1892

I I Jfiw ft -- in li sir I - , - -in it. -mn iiirwn . . . . . i lh f - -, ;ti - ,V"Tiiii IiIih ii'.;M C . f" .J- ' ' p,lt-w tWMJ-firt! 'XMii jftj'wM napnrg5awtfiiwwiOn; 2a-- r THE BHJE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON, W Fowler, 318 3rd 8, E. i.biiAiaieb for advertising furmsned on appli c.uiou. obltjctlouableaavertlwjuQuntBwillnot uo iubrtd at any price. All remittances mould be made by draft, postal money order e press or registered letter. Money forwarded i aiiv other way. Is at the sender's risk. In Gliding money the amount and what It Is for ould be distinctly stated. All tetters, etc., kbould bj ad-dressed BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A 1109 L ST.. N. W., WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD Prof J. W. Fowler.s, 318 3rd street, s. e. J. K. BeKer. Drugg st, corner Htn and M stieel, Eortuwtst. Philadelphia House, 348 Penn. Ae n. w. W. W. Jackson, 223 44 street, n. w. Moses Pa ne, 205 4 street, n. w. J. P. Stewart, S52 Pennsylvania Ave. u. w. NE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 July 1892

.,5ac- --St. -s. - S X ' -. , . tfi -his ..a . . - "" iVfn . 5i,Y5i ! mfe ' ' ' "'WillWHIIIIH1UIIHIMffc . ii wWTWiwnTOi1BBi7Tnritaiiiiimiffriii ifln i rii'niwiufcMBia ii " T t "-" ,s S (9 y 5j--w "A YEARS OF VARIED SUCCESSFUL IntheUsoof CURA. we Alone own. for all DIs-i ImWti o MEN, Who have weak otuN DEVELOPED. or diseased nnrnnn. who arc suffer- or 'flDHEfoumCTl IBBj inrrf-rcivn roBnconrvninu and any Excesses, or of EflRAUHITEDHMEEHK Ff they can cniorTifw fn o to pen nur Tnftt,nrH nnr? nT- afford a CUKE I 4BFAL Don't brood over your Thousands of tho Worst Cases have yielded to our HOMEl TRtAIMbNT, as set lortn m Bcnutcuiuu, pusbpoiu, rttcc, lorauuuiw vxuiu. utJITiU-UAr, llcmember.no one else has the methods. acDliances ana experi ence that we employ, and we SUCCESS. CRIE MEDICAL Ud.. 2,000 References, Name UNDERTAKER & CABINET M AKER Office 441 L Street N W CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. Telephone 345 3. Fep 11 wo HOUSE RESTAURANT & SALOON 348 Pennsylvania Ave., Northwest. Washington...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 July 1892

IE3gSHE3 ir in rL.fgfa.T,, !,, jnt,, , t, w j, .a . Vmwi ii " i -" r-g;iwaBggacagtfwra?Jeiga $ Terms. $1.60 Per year in Af?aiice. 5 cents per copy. XI WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1892. NO 5 1 m 9K.E' v 4 SILCOfTSPRIKGS. THE J. R. WEBB HOUSE FOR Summer Boarders. Tehms: $4.00 per week including Ineetiug au ooaruers at tne sta- ion and return tree of charge. niLDitEN over 12 years of age full trice and Children under 12 yrs. 2.00 per week. Transient Boarders 11.00 per day. Extra Carnage Hire charged for. All communications should be Mdressed to, Jno. R. Webb, Silcott Springs, Loudon Co., Va I' ATONDALE," PETERSVJLLK, MD., Frederick County, a now opeu. One of the most fplaces in the world. picturesque Absolutely free from mosquitoes, Inialaria and dampness. By the way, may we ask why is it that the three Afro-Americans, placed on the general com mittee as representatives of the race, have not, do not, or will not attend ihe meetings? We re spcctfully ask these three gentle men, ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 July 1892

gr'rrx SiMfWjjjF - nrt iMnitiiiiniwiwniiiinHftiMiitTiinrc,, MBSH(W3SBC!93i3rti0sgMHB ,S&w--'- jr , . . . - ...... , -.. i i ii iTmnrmrMiw w ir --- mmmmmmmmm!&mmmmmsmm "fc.. E- .-:- c 1 fc J v' i. v iJTi? THE Va' BEE. IV JL-V& -." ' Z! A."r . Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, "Washington, D. C Entered at the Post Offiee at Washington, as second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CH A3E Editoe. KACE REPRESENTATIVES. The time has come for all bick ering and misrepresentation of the races' representatives to cease. There is no race upon this globe in which there is so much jealousy and prejudice. Of course when a man endeavors to misrepresent the race by arrogating to himself the power or authority to lead without being given such power or authority it then becomes nec essary to speak and correct, if possible, such a false representa tion. There are no two men within the negro race more entitled to the respect and confidence of the people' than Messrs. Bruce and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 July 1892

:fi E3T51 &. W, M TT5IE: JBSD3S AUTHORIZED AGENTS. AST WASHINGTON. tt ruvUer, 318 3rd S. E. jieb for advertising furnisnedon appli - JJ ifuiw-w. ww. .uul . , i led ai auy price. All remlUanceb , e made by draft, postal money order in orfttH-ittor Umiav ff -Trarded . . ay. is at the sender's risk, in t l. J "- ' . ..UKVl.il,! , i, J le disllnctlv stated. ,i ietteru. etc., should b ad-dressed BEE PUBLISHING, CO. WasliiuKton D. C prBLISUBD EVEHY SATURDAY A 1109 I ST., N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE (UN BE HAD Vi f J. W. Fowler.s, 318 3rd street, s. e. j H Beller. Drus? st, cornjr Htu and M tl'eet, Eorthwtit, pi.udelpUU House, 348 Penn. Ae., n. w. W. W Jackson, 228 1J4 Ktuot, n. w. Moses Fayne, 205 i street, n. w. j P Siowart, S5U r'euusjlv nla Ave. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. D. A.Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Reed, 93J4 Cambridge at. Alexandria Virginia, W A. Carter, 313 Wilkes street. SATURDAY, July 9th, 1892 Locals. Read the Bee. Don. B. K. Bruce will leave for the South ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 July 1892

aBfK3 nraaiiim i im m ii w i IsMii i n i WSs .L fzT w,. y -j - c J Sa k g tj lhi f, YEARS -SSSSn EXPERIENCE SUCCESSFUL In the Use of Ctffflf. weAlonoown, for all DIs-i mrtm Who have freak or utf OF DEVELOPED, or diseased J organs, who are suffer-l BDHE j335F!jsj iatr from ritcsa oerotrm and any Excesses, or of 1 E01AUHlTB."SiMlESE rtmranteo to it they can iarorfo. par l TTiethnn nn RT- ! afford s CUBE1 . p HOPE BIAIj TWit. rvmnrl over vonr Thnnsfinda of the "Worst Cases TREATMENT, as set forth in our WONDERFUL BOOK, which tvb send sealed, post paid, FREE, for a limited time. QETIT TO-0r. Eemember.nooDfielsehasthe methods, appliances and experi ence that -we employ, and -we claim the vohopqly of ukifors SUCCESS. CRE MEDICAL UQ 2,000 References," Name J. Xaliiey- UNDERTAKKR & CABINET MAKER. Office 441 L Street N. W CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. Telephone 845 3. Sept II mo fPHILADSLPHZAI UOUSE RESTAURANT & SALOON 348 Pennsylvania Ave., Northwest. Washington, D. C. PETER B. MEREDITH, Popr...

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

J- --- Jf- L 1 fT,B"lmHHH r7 ' l"'s"3K"33S"""f Terras. $U0 PbTjS Sl V ' Y -.- " "-- - . -' ! "& " in U'A.mrrxmm ,l T- --. - - 5 CentS Tnr pom- KIOBD BY AN ADSSBE THEY SAY) oTk HIQH sT "" I m ' " - riiiivrM rvv.... jM w raE w VANI A THIS WI'0 NEWS. TmffmL Changs. Prop. h. M. Brown IfcaBf-lLm the man. Hfn!. ;"H in iiij jnrp.rpqHnrT ., OBStesSft SIXcCOTT SaXNGS, TUEJ. R.WEBB HOUSE FOR . Summer Boarders. I Terms: 81.00 per week inelnn; IPPflllfr :lll rnarlam .. A. c . e uuu.vtcta hl riiH Ion aud return free of charge HiLDREN over 12 years of age -v. vuuiuuM uuuer 12 .uu per weeR. Transient Boarders .00 per day. Extra drriage Hire barged tor. b" L All communication idreased to, full yrs. should be. Jno. R. Webk, Sileott Spring, Loudon Co., Va AVON DALE,M PETERSVILLB, AID., Frederick: Count v, now open. tween Atlanta nn,i ni y 0G W. & 7 !?S n,d Guer. on the wilaZLS5Z? will, ii co"In"or canio In, aud Willi tliosanie old tone, "nest ear "aoto0?',CO,"e-" witt.ecSE Be careful how you ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 July 1892

e-:JS&rfteii5; x V: H 7 - 1 -1 ff 5 fit ' rtti if, . ?3Wtt8oa I i i i SM J 1R w. ,;& r -4, T r 4r " ' 1 I. X 0T w THE Jte s -? rtfA v l t &A i BEE. W Pablighed overy Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington, us second class mail matter. W.CA.LVIX CKA.SE Editor. EASIER TO EAT SOUP WITH A FORK. It 18 as easy to eat soup with a fork as it is for a negro to satisfy his conscience and his race while he voteB the democratic ticket. For a negro to vote for Cleve land because President Harrison has not the power to put down lynch law in the South, would be about as sensible as jumping into the river to get out ot ihe rain. The democratic party has kept up a systematic lyuching of col ored men in the South during the past four years tor the purpose of keepiug the republieau" party in the South eo intimidated that they could present their party a solid. ooutn in lsitt, thinking that such a fact would uerve the demt era's of th...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 July 1892

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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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