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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 April 1893

- ?' z s -. .-- " .' :"' -.; - ' "'-' r -. I t ! I .- ! R tj ?l ?- . i I !' jls. .w.:" ' J Et" B r UN irlK , fi i J81W . 4- l! .1 s ? ; - ?: Mk. r FIN DE SIECLE COURTSHIP. Free from the Social Conventionalities of Bygone Days. They liad thoroughly agreed thai they were fortunate living in an age free from the ridiculous social conven tionalities of the days agone, "with theiv irksome restraint upon the healthy promptings of natural instincts. Sucf denly he thrust his chair away from the glowing grate and changed the sub ject with something of impatience in his manner, says the Detroit Tribune. ""Will you," he casually inquired, lighting a cigarette as he spoke, "he mine ? " The elegant lady "became serious in an instant. A smile had been playing about her finely chiselled lips, but i: fied the moment the significance of his words dawned upon her. "Wait," she replied in full, melodious tones. With a deft movement of her taper fingers she produced from the folds oi lier gown a dainty ...

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. — 22 April 1893

KS- XI CJ BUB '-"- . -,.. w ., '-"-0,'"'-es-' T-" "wiii l)ii ui IMtim "fc-Sf-'- H Vfc Terms. $1.50 Per year in AfFMCC. 5 cents pw eoj WASHPrGTON, D 0., 8ATDRDAT, APRIL 22, 1893. 4 j 0 mi1IIlt.ll.I!iiri:!inr;i!!!iiii!i!ii!ii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiEitiufiiiMi So 1 ROYAL ISEWHNB MACHINE it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i.uiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii WARRAKTED 5 YEABS ctllTl limit IllIIIIIItllllllllillHIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfe m S 5 Has a targe High Arm. 5 Has a1-elf-settine; Needle. $ 5 Has a elf-threading Shuttle. s Has So Equal in Construction, ? Has a Mechanical Appearance. 3 fjias an .cicgHUbJcuuBu. Has a Perfect Adjustment. 5 Has a Positive Take-up, iroc fT-lUH Kiirnitnre- TTflc Mnro Onncl Sewinc On&H ties and does a Larger Range of General "Work a s than any sewing macnine mine uono. g i Examine THE ROYAL fbr point of 1 excellence; and you will I ' buy no other. i ROYAL S, M. 00., Rookford, HI. grMiniMIIlilliiltllllllillllllllEllllilllillilllllllltlllKtil hie to carry your orders D...

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. — 22 April 1893

mm i- ifrlifljmitnMTO IHMCn9iZSge&tttiaa0lfciMneab. gWWjffMQtAWatfPaPr-i f ; 7 'vft I an THE BEE Published every Baturday at 1109 Northwest, Wasaiugton, D. O. 1 Street fiiered at the Post Offiee at second class mail matter. Washington W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. THE NEGRO IN POLITICS. The negro in politics, as a rule, is a failure. He has held the balance of power for-several years in states where his vote wonld have amount ed to something, but, he has shown his incapabilitv to embrace the op portuoitles- that have been offered to him. He-has failed to' assert his man hood and point out the mistaa that have been made by the y arty that has always claimed to be hi friend. There is jasas much com ardice on the put of the democratic ne gro in the democratic parry as there is among republican negroes in the republican party. With but a few exceptions, tne Degro vino has joined the demo cratic party has- been actuated by motives personal to himself. The negro in the democratic par ty is...

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. — 22 April 1893

rmTlE BnBEi Al;iHOKlZiGEKTB' ,irWAHWt,wS' ,. frO1' mini '" -a'"- .... rnrniKiiedon appU .sliIui fo ble a(1 erinent willnol . .uerled ,,, bv dft, pot money order toMULMiw "- orarded - ""uattbe sender's risk, in ' " ." Ji'e nmunt ud what it iB foi '-JU ac should bt ad-dressod j iters, eic., -ZE PUBLISHING. CO. Washington D. C -STEKT SATURDAY AH LKL . v w WASH., D C, 1109 1M- -,- "" , tik ti1 Ptvaat. s. e. JPrHB.J'l,rl"Ul'e0lUer mn , ., ns, 205 H street, n. w. pg-e:i.v3Puui3lT nl Ave. n. w. KEW YORK CITY. 1 A.reu,42l,lh Ave. cOSTON, MASS. w. l. Kwd.SSfc Cambridge St. JLElADElA VIRGINIA, ff A rnwr.al WMm BlreBl. gTrKPAY APRIL 22, 1893. locals. Tie iujil- (f t'e Slater school will pve a irsit.tl May ote, M y 16. IIoh- al Herman, 921 7th ?t. n. w. ht e pliu-o to go for cheap fun.iLurp. 1 ni.Ko it f the advert isement f cheap fw wear m lirsl cla-s grades, sold at 412 Ttii t. w Little Lottu who is to appear in ibis city May 3d. is having quite an ovatioii 111 3ew Jersey. WOTTED: At this off...

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. — 22 April 1893

if Hi WANTED HIS TRAIN, ANYWAY. Passenger Who Didn't Exactly Bemem. Ter Where He Lived "People have no idea of the silly questions that are occasionally asked us," said Tom Howard, f;he auburn haired yonng man of the Union Depot bureau of information, aooording to a Chicago newspaper. z And then Mr. Howard went on to tell of the experience he had just had with a suburbanite who was slightly nnder the influence of liquor. This man stepped np to the window and the following conversation took place: "What time can I get a train out of here?" "Every ten minutes," answered Mr. Howard. "But at what time does my train go?" asked the traveler, "Don't know. What road do you want?" "Why let me see, it's darn if I don't forget" "Well, where do you want to go?" "I want to go home. Where did you iuppose I wanted to go?" "I'm not a mind reader. Where do yon live?" "At home. What time can I get out?" "Where is your home?" asked How ard, turning to his time cards. "Why, at well, where in thunder do...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 April 1893

'a 3 - JPi &'$?' A ' 3f &W &&$ tmyu&mmm S fsg- ?3 .' i-. a-" Jf SS1 rzt Terras. $i;60 Per year in Aftgacs. ::-k 5 cents ner con. WASHTrJG-TON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1893. JSV. 4l. ase -i-.-T.au, TjrWt'n buffi , UI.J.e-gEgB sr miiwwfw- 4 J r" -V " .lHSJW -. .V ' '" JS& ,..:iiiil!tl!;!!!llltll!llllltlIIIIt!!IIIE!III!tli!II( Kjjjliiiii""'"" s ROJAL J ISEWIHS MACHINE 1 E .,,,,1n!;i:iiiiliillillimWi'I'lll,1,I,,,llimi,iIIlS KyUI" 5YEAR 8n11j,Ii:i:i.iji.i;!:i:miiiiimii!iHiiiiiiwi"iii ? rf...f,i.n Hich Arm. yEaKSif.. i I Has?. beii-vm- -. . ; S. ir,whimical Appearance. !ti!:;TriPntFinisli. I Has a Perfect Adjustment. r HJ5aius --- ; Has More Good Sewing Uualitlesana nes a Larger IUdro of General Work sthananybewingMacnineinuie ona. Examine THE ROYAL for points of excellence ana you wm buy no other. B ROYAL S. M. GO., Roekford. III. I lini.iiiTixi.i.niiuiiiiiJiMiiiiJiMiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiP: Where to carry your oraers 0. FBEEAIAN'S Bl59l7th St., ii. w., Cor. 17tli...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 April 1893

- J -V $-??, -ti 4l4g-iLjjv. iuS'jt.jw . TVtTr JH,t5jr.a- 5tA,V I'Xf c - f':;,5,W - tm S :- ? r Jf" : $! "- H & -i'J ' lj-i-"s- -" f 4j" T- -s-. S- V 5."-' - l .-- - tef. Li! i . -.. Yi S! i "J M I 1 ) THE BEJ '. rr Published every Saturday at, 1109 1 Street STorthwesl, "Washington, D. U. Jineredat the PoBt Offiee at asecond class mail matter. Washington W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. RACE LEADERSHIP. With but a few exceptiohs, race leadership among tbe negroes is a failure. Subsequent to reconstruction or a very few years after the emanci pation of the negro, colored men with but limited education aspired to leadership ; some of them were ornaments to society as well as val uable acquisitions to the govern ment. The higher some of them got, the bigger fools they appeared to be. Some got so high that they have left their people and ar rogated to themselves that they were the government and the peo pie were serfs. A. display of their own folly and ignorance soon hurled them from the to...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 April 1893

Pvit fWt'i''!' -j r --. ; i. , s Wf 4 3&& :: 5" x -"' ws 'rf2 i .- c ' jr.zj&vjwwrisT-v:j4' "ft- ftSSiSESi'' - -.a?.,- -.., . sJ .'. $"'." ',i;- -'FiiI"'.-'- V" W ' ft i - i'Vc - "-'-". ?-? '-''".'OJ- '""5?i?Br"'' "-" fc "c- -. - Km 83$86 ncSE B"HJE Al riiuraztfD agents. , ,iittt ,u.,u:.i l,,tt,,, . .-rising furnisnedon appl: '"VrCihJWibleuaven-iBementBwiUnol .,.,-ai any pMce. -&-" ro.ivu - " .. lfi t Lhe sender's riBK. m ,1 Uie amount and what it is foi ,'"1'!r,)eo1BiinctlvBtated. ,arb. etc,, buui ,,KE PHBLISUING, CO. Wanhlntiton D. O AH -TDfiVElty SATURDAY Ar WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD i w fow'es, 31S3id street. s.c. fijje tfr.UriiBSHtf coiner loth and A5 SwdSlaKouBe.JMSPenn. Aie.. n. W. MVJackn,a!88triel.n.w. !J . " tt , ne, 205 4 street, n. w. f p"rt!eVrtf52Peuu83lv niaAve. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. D.A.Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. ;Viij. L. Keed, 93J4 Cambridge St. ALEXANDRIA VlltGlNIA, ,V A. Carter. 313 Wilkes street. g aTUR DAY, APRIL 29, 1893 prof. Win. V. Tur...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 April 1893

''--' C2Crv-v'- ;5??,,!rr 5r' l ""V i" ,s s1- r-v 3T5C !(T S frstf SS"K -"Sr--r" ?? vrr ., "- " '"&. Jfjg"Jr- ''9Pif-tgX i r 5 -i Ill Lj - i j y it a ll rs g i I ! 11 EDWIN BOOTH'S FIRST BOW. Apieared as Tressel in Richard III. With His Father's Spurs. Edwin Booth's and Frank Mayo's first speaking parts were the same Tressel in "Richard HL" Mayo was a failure in it in San Francisco more thun thirty years ago. Edwin Booth played the part at the Boston Museum on September 10, 1849. He was then acting as companion and dresser to his father,, says Waver h Magazine, and a half hour before the play was to begin was standing in the wings of Jhe stage where Jacob Tho man, the prompter, was arranging some details of the play. Thoman was also cast for Tressel, and annoyed at the double task im posed upon him, turned to Edwin and urged him to take his place on the stage. The lad (he was then but six teen) finally consented, and, dressing for the part, sought his father's dressing-room, whe...

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. — 6 May 1893

115 -- (r '- fc T-- mWi g'H1 jfttfrwitwrtwtfyf''' & if ff VfcsL.- r i vi .- f " GSf3 fernis. $1.50 Per year in A22GS. 5 cents per copy. . i. xi WASHINGTON: D 0.. SAT j KJDAT, M a Y 6, 1893 N .42. i JScjfssttftifaitSjJMWfuit. $ r" f) 1W v ! i p' 1 j A" stSI ' SBtejjiufitira " y ,tf 3 w,"2JLi i;t!(;,;Ilti;ilII(IIIII!II!!!I!ItItI!fiIitIt!IlIIIIIIIIIIIHEtItt!IIIIG 0NYAL I I SEWING MACHINE! I:li:,:1:iiiil:lil:i;llllllllllllliiIllll!IlllllIllll!!e WARRANTED 5 YEARS 11 If 1 1 lJ:i!IIIIIIIII!IIIIII!!!IIII.I!SlilIlilfi'iIlilIiIIII!IIIlIg jr Has a Large High Arm. Has a belf-sottinj? Needle, e TT!i a Self-threadlBcr Shuttle. s Has No Equal in Construction. & H:ts a Mechanical Appearance. 5 2 lias sin Elegant Finish. - e Has a Perfect Adjustment. 3 Has a Positive Take-up. 2 Has Stvlish Furniture. g Has More Good Sewing Qualities and 5 does a Larger Range of General Work than any SewingMachine in the "World. 5 Examine THE ROYAL for points of excellence, anu yuu win hnu nn nthRi . :V ! RO...

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. — 6 May 1893

agsmmiPM s& v-jagv Sfe"'-: ' 3g VS$f iteiaV' fc .1 1 i l wf'.i.f. i' i lM 12 Ja i f if' i I M i ? r ' - T t a BEK y je-'s v v- t? S2 "V ""HSf V Published every Saturday at 1109 l Street Northwest, Wasniugton, D. C. J Lered at the Post Offiee at r second class mail matter. Washington W. CALiVIN CHASE, Editoe. THE FUTURE OF TBE NEGRO. In this country anyhow he w ill attain his full recognitiox as a man and a citizen. This is the question that is agit ting the public miud now and one that will coutiuue to disturb the political eletneuts until the negro is recognized as a man and a citizm. The probability of the negroe's iu. ture In this country largely depends on his individual efforts. Ho is a citizen in the eyes of the law, bur, when that is applied to the negro he is otten ''weighed iu the balan ces and found wanting" There is but a little justice for the negro iu the South ; lyuch low rigus supreme then again there is but one way to overcome it. 1st. The negro must attend to hi...

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. — 6 May 1893

n -' ,- ifoXrw o ,mimrlx,m4tni'mKimatMtMr'l?iim .? i4''fr"fW 1 i- Yns jbqe: Il'HOKiZED AGENTS. KAaff WASiiiKQTOK. 318 3rd b. jc Fowler, .- Mum-Msiue rurnisneaon appii "u i.t..vui-rtKMiH.nt,Kffillnot .uouituic '- All ren.iuanceh ,i)U' uuiec ...,i ,u uuy pnce. ' "'ik- made by draft, postal money order S'J'"' .' -.-i-raf,..,"r u""" nrwarded y. is at the senders risk, in J ey the amount and what it is foi nidoe distinctly stated. etc,, Bnoum .- - - a:i utters. BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 Wished every Saturday a 1109 1 ST.. U-.W., WASH.,xJ C. V1IEBK THE BEE CAN BE HAD ,1 J W FowIer,8tS18Sidstieet, s.e. j II. Be -er. Unigs'st,, corner ltitn and At ir,. i uorlliwtBt. V.il.4delplilaouBei848Pei!n. A.e.f n. w. W W. JucktOD, 22S VA stn e , n. w. M,'.H B at ne, 05 4 street, u. w. j.. Stewart, H52 Penusjlv nia Ave. n; w. NEW YORK CITY. D.A.Green. 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Wm.L.Reed,93J4 Cambridge St. Alexandria Virginia, Y. A Carter. 313 Wilkf s street. SATURDAY, MY 6, 1893 WANTIUD : A...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 May 1893

. f5- M9ttaMMtwMaknMMnwN i w?tErS: is m II 1 1 I IK , N !i 1 i ii H iv t. . r JM ' TO VEST THP. CHINESE LAW. A Caso WtH be Matfe aad (ferried to the Spre Court. The plans for testing the right of the Government to epel Chinamen from the country under (he Chinese Exclusion act of May 5, 1892, Tiave been perfected between the Treasury Department, the Departmtnt of Justice and the courts The plan le for a Chinaman to be arrested in New Tork on May 6, the first day after t the expiration of the year which Chinese residents were giwen to register, and to have him taken before a commissioner, as provided by law. The commissioner will decide that he ought to be deported, and an appeal wifl be taken to Judge Lacombe, of the United States Circuit Court, upon the ground that the China man is ititled to release on a writ of habeas corpus. Judge Lacombe, it is understood, will decide in accordance with the termB of the act that such a writ cannot issue, and that the provision against the writ o...

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. — 13 May 1893

?&' 'Wi ".gBgeag irwuswemgiMEeimJiniunw i i ).i,iiv.r,'j fMWpe '..ftwaywuT. m ", jjg.jJOnjnjyTti. j"i g"g;g,ra?c'5,gli" ,"t''" i... - - "m :. - ( -r t . ri&G'- .Vfiis. SSiBO (Per year in Arises. 5 cents per copy. ; i, xr WASHINGTON, D C., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1893. 2R 43. c-- - 3(Ci- ;37srsirssa2c3SKr-yissKr; Mi. .-- T- .- - V. jm,ju&i'"; - -iftf S -t-O -, ii iiimiiiHiiiiiinii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiie i ROYAL l i SEWING MACHINE Ei i ! 1 1 1 in i niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMrfiimimiiiiiiimiiiS WARRANTED sl 1 1 1 1 I i 1 1 1 i III!lllll!IMItlllUi!milIMI!II!llII!l!!I! - lias a Large High Arm. S JIas a oIf. setting Needle. E - lias a elf-threading Shuttle. - Has No Equal in Construction. " Has a Mechanical Appearance. - Hbs an Elegant Finish. " Has :i Perfect Adjustment. - Has a Positive Take-up. Has stjlish Furniture. s Has Wore Good Sewing Qualities and does a Larger Itange of General "Work s than any hewing Machine in the World. 5 I Examine THE ROYAL for point...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 May 1893

JjfcMlyMMVm-y TfllT 7 i t- '' .rKfafcZ: - , - --1 --iiinniirmii 'isSsSSCHSC! .!- -3-fawBriltl3K8 r It 3 3 I W F THE "rv BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. U. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington as second class mail matter. W.CALVIN CHASE, Editor. YOU MUST SHOW YOUR COLORS. A Newspaper Maneger Tells The Secretary ofAgriculure That He is a Democrat. Ths n ost audacians piece of cheek ever practiced was that of a certain colored manager of a colored newspaper in this city, on ths Hon. J. Sterliug Morton secretary of agriculture. This colored manager in com pany with -another colored man mtorductd themselves as nanager and editor of a col jred paper. The manager reimrk-ed to the secretary that he wa3 o democrat and had supp rted Mr. Cleveland in the last campaign, and wanted some patronage. He wanted to know further what the administration intended to do for the colored democrats. The secretary looked his visitors up and down and concluded withi...

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. — 13 May 1893

amiK'lJiCW',..'iaii'..l..iu i.MytjlW ;" ' '"- " " ..h.imm.mi ..a. 3gggg3 f - - . Vi -- V -..- cC-r - BBS82 .-fiiJa jdM lUOK-IZli AtiiiNTtt. liAaff WASHING?. , r-J 'd s' Et aa ilkt f nrntBiiecl on aPDll for auvawwh -- iectlouable auveruibeuien tb av mum mice. All reE-xvvttuuco HUHtf" ..... ooie . .1 .it iill e uiiCU . . t. ,lmf. poBt8.i money order d hj UL "' 7 ' - . Q nrarariled fiU.u Q --3-S "v.j jtwr Woq crstrded ......1,0 conder'B risk, in nny. n1' " 1,. iy tiic amount and what it is for jgU distinctly stated. BKE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C ad-dressed rDBTBST SATURDAY A' tt;taST..N.W.. WASH..D C. -ot7-c rAV "RF. TTAT) WM'BKE TH& J- v" f j W. Fowier.s, 3183rd street, s. e. JJlfc-ter.DruiwlBt, corner 16tn and M fliL, north west, S;iliJnaHouse.343Penn.Ave.,n. w. sL nwie, 205 4 street, n.w. J.iUewnrii63Peniijlv nia Ave. n. w. NEW TOEKGITY. 1). A. Green, 429, Gtli Ave. iBOSTON, MASS. J?ri. 1 - Reed. 93 Cambridge St. Alexandria Virginia., r. A. ravlM". 313 Wilkes street. MTTRI...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 May 1893

mmimmAi&& " ? ":" &l "Zrx- Tj, " rtiiimiilM iii hi in Tt&miiCwaiMa8'3agfc ' fcV vj( j " scwfjfppps "Vr y.....ii j;f ...y.., . ,,iiwwijjiaiujjjj '-"-'- '.-,., :v-;ff-?sg: ?qjl '. --" Hfcl rsylftj , r5ffiaSJS2BiECCdG tf s I tfi .f I) ft Is. ii i?. FOE LITTLE FOLKS. , Philip's Trained Cat. I expect yon will be interested to hear that 'Flip's" cat January, whose won derful doings I chronicled last "week, has learned a new trick. What that animal will become in time is beyond me. How he remembers all he has been taught is simply wonderful. I think. We expect dogs to be clever and knowing, but we seldom ask more of puss than that he should be fond of us, keep his coat clean and glossy and wage war upon the rats and mice. But January is an exceptional cat in every waj His Litest accomplish ment is finding a hidden biscuit,! dainty of which he is, strangely enough, very fond. When the tea comes in, his young mas ter, Philip, takes a biscuit, and showing it to him asks him if...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 May 1893

,f- ,-,- , 1 , . .,, ' ft9t ?r 3yt!' '. V X - 5l It It r-- Terms. $1.50 Per year in Afranos. h. XI essff; -r 1 !I i!llilI!I!IIf!(II!ni!IIitllIIIlEinitItrittItI!!I!III!IItIHe i royal 1 fsEWfKG MACHINE! !i 1 1 1 m ii;iii!i!i!i!iii!iiii(iiiii!iiicM!iiiiinitiirmimi( WARRANTED 5 VEAB! cl'I lilt MJIIIJllllIIIimilllllllllllHIIIHIIIMIIIllllIIIIIlIIIIfc - Has a Largo High Ann. Z jias a belf-settinc Needle. E - Has a Self-threading Shuttle. Z Has "So Equal in Construction. - Has a 3Iechanical Appearance. Z Hasan Elegant Finish. 5 '- Has a Perfect Adjustment. - J las a Positive Take-up. 2 - Has Stylish Furniture. - Has More Good Sewing Qualities and 5 - does a Larger Range of General Work Z than any Sewing Machine In the "World. 2 I Examine THE ROYAL fbr points of 1 excellence; and you will I - buy no other. , ROYAL S. M, CO., Rockford. ill. j kiiititiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiR U urn: lo Kii'J J ui hiCjc 0. FREEMAN'S &S59 17th St., n. w., Cor. 17th &...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 May 1893

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Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 May 1893

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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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