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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 May 1893

K5- ii"""" fe i 1 1, -sS3 sr- - If .? gSigafaSHieaseMew V i v, JE II r it i! B? tf " . i -N - THE INFANTA IS COMING. Princess Eulalie leaves Havana For New York to Become Our Guest. "Washington, ilay lf . The Infanta Eu lalie is coming, and the cloud that over spread the sky of international etiquette has partly cleared away. A cable message received by Secre tary Gresham from Mr. Ramon Wil liams, the United States consul gen eral at Havana, states that "their royal highnesses, the infantes," have sailed for New York. From what can be learned in refer ence to the courte sies to be paid the Infanta on her ar rival in America, it has not been defin itely settled wheth er the president will so beyond the bounds of American EULALIE. ,.., nA vnnf the Infanta at New York, or remain in "Washington and receive her at the "White House in the same simple manner in which other distinguished persons have been received. The Infanta's decision to continue her journey to America, it is therefore a...

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. — 27 May 1893

-s yl "' ' " ww MAJ,wfit.2!CTjisata , , .yrrrfrt r-gmrm-wrnfiri mmsjitju un laTOtCTi-fTjrrTafhmgjrorm B!iw l vIV iv ? Terms. $1.50 Per year in AfraGS. o cents per copy. VOL. XI WASHINGTON, D 0.. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1893. No. 45. HBBM Mm jmurtmi , HlHIlIIIIilllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllltlllKIIIIIIlIIIIIIg I ROYAL I ISEWIKQ MACHINE UjuiirriiiiiiiiiimiiniimnTiiiiiit.'iiiiLjriiiiiiiie WARRANTED 5 YEARS i in! i i rjiiiiiitiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiJ uiiiimimiiiifc Has a Largo High Arm. Has a .scir-settinc Needle. ttoc i sf.tnreadlnir Shuttle. HaB No Equal in Construction. Has a "lechaulcal Appearance. j Has an JClegant Finish. Has a Perfect Adjustment. Has a Positive Take-up. 5 Has Stylifth Furniture. Has More Good Sewing Qualities and 5 doeB a Larger Range of General Work than any Sowing Machine in the World. 2 Examine THE ROYAL for points of I v excellence; and you will buy no other. 1 ROYAL S, M. CO., Rockford. III. f riiri.i;iiiTi:;i:iij:i!!iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii!iiiiiiMiiin:p V in...

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. — 27 May 1893

5WS5 rii i k IE n uK ': P f ! fek i. $ 4 - .$&&v BEE rSss S2-.W if-.fcujr-v V . Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street NorthweBt, Washington, D. G. Entered at the Post Offiee at Washington as second class mail matter. W.CALVIN CHASE, Editor. aca OUR WOMEN. There is a way to improve the condition of the race, even though it is hard to reach the pinical of fame and glory. There are some few colored men, in office, who have an idea that all females are alike. Some have gone so far as to say that they are all questionable, although he has sis ters himself. This shows how lit tie respect this individual has for females. Colored men especially are the first to question the honesty and purity of their women. There are, in this city, ladies who are as pure and as honest as sunlight. This suspicion arises among men who come to this city aud are ap pointed in the severel departments of the government. The moment these men arrive in town, they fall in with a class of men whose assoc...

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. — 27 May 1893

rpr rinfnititT iinwi'inii m WsA&rWfft'iaS&3'Si! X14-K OtGTK . .......uiQtjtii iniricniu. WAST WASHINGTON. , bowlei, 31b 3id S. E. . ...irriuirip f arnibiiea ob uudu oojecuouable art vercibements will noi ""Tuhericdttt any price. All rexUttanceh ...tuin bv draft. poBt money order ,ittt ill" " . ,,rt-l!jtLr ..., n.rTrardeO 1 ..- wy. Is at tbe sender's risk, it .. ey the amount and what it is foi ,,oaM bedlstincUv stated. M1 otters, etc., should fcs ad-lressec UEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 IP 'ULISHBD GYE2Y SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASHED C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD prof. J. W- Fowier.s, 3l3rd tt-eet. s. e. j. H.Veller. Drugst, corner lstn and M tuet, northwest. Philadelphia lJouse, 348 Pern. Ae., n. w. W. w. Jack-on, 228 4 Btr. e , u. w. Moses a ne, 205 4 street, u. w. j p. Stewart, b52 Peunsilv nia Ave. n. w. NEW YOEK CITY. U. A.Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Keed' 93 Cambridge St. Alexandria Yirginia, V. A. Carter. 313 Wilk b street. SATURDAY, MAY 27,...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 May 1893

"Mmnw . ili ''- y4 y t-'JUji-X' fMNtMJ aujfcuqmiJ? lAl&tSTZC lFi ? f RENTED OUT BY THE l5fcY? ft. Winsome Fire-year-old "Who Earns a Xlv Injr For Herself and Her Mother. "Yes, rm the little girl that gets rented out. Do you want me by the hour or by the day?" Thus piped the flaxen haired, ruddy cheeked young person, whose age could not have sxceeded 5 years, yet in whose eyes there rested all the seriousness of 60. Her description of herself as "the little girl that gets rented out, "though very odd, happened to be quite ac curate. The child was little more lhan a human chattel. In one of the New York papers the following advertisement appeared: "To rent, by the hour or day, for the entertainment of wealthy but childless ladies, a bright, beautiful, golden haired little girl baby; neatly iressed; 5 years old." The address appended to this strange notice was followed up, and little Miss Groldenhair was found at home. She appeared with a somewhat dissipated looking doll, and also ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 May 1893

'-.?V NwagftMtmd I inl-rtli-iri-prnnrriWirJiri simtmmKmt hfttfawsfr.iiaM wmiyioi Sr- v VU.V"" f1 r t . , " ' '-5' flr.hrjp vv r ?erms. $1:50 Per year in Afrancfc I,M! jnniiHiniiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiiiiiiB I ROYAL ! isEWiNS MACHINE! liriiniiiaii'a,l,,I,llI,i,,,,,,,,II,,fcH,I,,llI1,I,IiI,I,I,llllS 1I:i;!:iTiin.i;iiiiuilitili'iii'i!DII1!l,lsl"il,lll,1,l,1,IIl rr-TjrfVA Hich Arm. Has a Solf-sotting Needle. Has a Solf-tlireadlng Shuttle. HasKo Equal in Construction. Has a Mechanical Appearance. Has an Elegant Finish. Has a Perfect Adjustment. Has a Positive Take-up 9 Das aryusn t uruiiuia. Has More Good Sewing Qualities and docs a Larger Range or General Work than any Sowing Machine in the World. S Examine THE ROYAL far points of excellence; and you win , buy no other. -. J ROYAL S, M. GO., Rockford. IIL i 1 1 n;i;i;i:!.i!i:i;m!iiiiiiimi:iiiimiiilil!liiitmiiimiitic jiie to carry your oiMci-- 0. FREEMAN'S 1159 llrli St., n. w,, Cor. 17lu & M Fi'EPurit.VITS in Crayon, O...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 May 1893

waiTjjTfeurfiwggi wgy K MfiM'w.tjw.' l! K I) m ,i I r: u j fl V ! f ! .1 If 1 t-' -J fc - 3tt BEIii Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entared at the Post Offiee at WashlP-ftonj as second class mail matter. W.CALVIN CHASE. Editor. I TWELVE YEARS OLD. To day the BjtE enters into its cwelvth yea j. Notwithstanding the many propheis that have beeu made by prophcieB that have been made by the prejudiced mind, it has publish ed the obituary notices of many of itB enemies and those who are opposed 10 progressive journalism The Bee has no favors to ask or apologieB to offer and while Jhere is life the probability is that w'uhin a few months it will take the lead in journalism Thanking those who have sup ported this institution and respect ully ask a continuence of the same. From the Seattle Standard. The Negro journalists and the politicians are becoming extremely nervouBOver the extreme slowness of President Cleveland in appoint ing any of them to Feder...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 May 1893

KBWIK 5-S. tjEKn 0"' ff r7 jbtJt Jfcfc& 75okizh:i AGENTS EAST WASHINGTON. I IiBing rurmsnea on aPPu - y price. All remittance e "'""'"..LfLWBtai money order 3ftlUi to-.iSJiHWuc"J .. ,. T-Tra!ed nn; is at the sender's risk, in . .. t.i.e amount and what it Is foi 'u'ucdifitlnctlv stated. " ",-, -should B"ld-dreBBK (-- KI CVE2Y SATURDAY A' J H'!11" j.i j, 1 ST.. N. W., WASH.- Ji u. ia' t. W1IERBTHBBEBCAHBBHAD , , 4 j W. .Wlerts, 318 3: d street, s. e. Jit er. Druggist, corner 16tn and y j.orthwefit. S.u iolia House, 348 Penn. Ave S W.J.tckton.228454 street, n.. " - a ftV j6isjs lune, 205 4 Bireeu, u. w. JJ'-'W art, 852 Pennsjlv nia Ave. u. w. NEW YOBKCITY. D.A.(ireen.429,6thAve, BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. tteed.934 Cambridge St. Alexandria Virginia, A Carler. S13 Wilkes street. BAT TO 7, 1893 jLocals. YA.XTfcJD: At this office two la .flies to'learn the printing business IParamiient work. Apply at once If you feel weak tawd all worn out take fc-ROtW'S IRON BITTEP7 F'll 1NGALLS EYE. M (....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 May 1893

V ( i i wc il?g5gjggjii$i3&liqw' T jl ;. K(f, ewmtl'acS- jiWirtmTriTT'w 6f'rJ'lJjhjjj-g.m X'J" i' " i - - r - - , '& ft- 1 hi: l ,! U . 1 ;! iii 'I j y .I r ( .a -pv I saw Northern Michigan had a heavy snow storm. Edwin Booth, the famous actor, is sinking, and not expected to live long. President Cleveland started on Monday for a trip to Cobb's Island for a few days' fishing. A New York woman bicyclist run over and badly bruised 7-year-old Patrick McMahon. Heirs of the $33,000,000 Spang estate, in Germany, are being searched for in Reading, Pa. British yachtsmen fear that Lord Duu raven's new cutter Valkyrie is not fast enough to win the America cup. John B. Riley, ex-Indian Commis sioner, has been appointed by the Presi dent as Consul General to Ottawa. Fifteen thousand prisoners, exclusive of women and children, are awaiting de spatch to Siberia in the prisons of Mos cow. Home Secretary Asquith lias drafted a bill to give the British courts greater powers of restraint over...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 June 1893

r. r !T VTvV inf& t t fSet-4 gM.nmrawniwtini I t -r LHsHkda0asAlMfcfi- "-i-PTV-'i'tiTrg-itoirtmHn Jiitii(jnltysnnmlriliCm1Jt..yY1. lum.iii?IViiftnininim V "X -fc ' V.. i v - -wd- tAf " -jB" -Srf " -Mt -.-"Wfc o, &-?, W, y fr :53Jfi" Terms. $1.50 Per year in ?Y!HG8. 5 cents per copy. v-i, xir WASHINGTON, B C, SATURDAY, JUKE 10, &F 1893. Tf i"" -d 1 N 3C2S Sjp sr- - fr- -...SrjJk . y 11 I Pi K 4 ' Jirrr I ROYAL I Isewinq machine! l::I:(rI:ili;j!l!l!I!IIIimimiIIIIIIIi;HIIIII!I!tlIimiIItiIl WARRANTED 5 YEARS iTi.iiTniiiiuiiiiiimiiimiiiJiniiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiimiD lias ft Large High Arm. S Has a Self-setting Needle. 5 Has a Self-threading Shuttle. s Has Ko Equal in Construction. E Has a Mechanical Appearance Has an Elegant Finish. a e Has a Perfect Adjustment. 5 Has a Positive Take-up. 3 Has Stylibh Furniture. - Has More Good Sewing Qualities and docs a Larger Rantre of General Work 1 than any Sewing Machine in the World. S Is S ExaminB THE ROYAL fbr points of i . excellence; an...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 June 1893

UWMrfuligwrTnTN.r6gj JiilPi IjJ hji ya'iL'-aj;, SSSSpESSWBSswasJSSSS8-5 Sirrc e&&9 I V' -i I' f P . ij t i i I ' i .sn ii i S ; 1 BEE Publlfihed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Vorthwett Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offiee at WaBhlrgton fes second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. Editor. A DESERVED HOSTOR. At the recent meeting of the Board of Trustees of Howard Uni versity the honorary degreeB of ii. L. D. or Doctor or iiaws was conferred npon Senator B. K. Bruce, The University could not have Desttfwed this honor upon one more deserving, and in this it showed its usual wisdom. Mr. Bruce is at present a mem ber ot the school Board of the Die trict of Columbia and is deeply, in terested in the educational affairs not only here, but througout the ountry. OURCCHSDmON. The condition of the colored people in this country is de plorable, on ivery side they are being opposed and ostracised. They are enemies to themselves to a great extent, which-is to be regretted. How...

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 June 1893

rrTTTiy.RD agents GAST WASHINGTON. jic Hrd S. - fowler MBmsBBFM1M,m"MM ' ji-u" ,-"S" rnonTunpri nn aocll fur advertising - . , -- ;rnv price. All renJltonoes ,u6f ,ttdebyda.poBUii money omer ffny. Is aUbe senders n. "...viheamoantndwhatltiBtoi .imunctlv slated. 4,oaia- .. h. ad-lreBBed BEE PUBUSHING. CO. WasiiiuKton D. L. ;e Ul 9 ,.-"" ild be --"TeVEIIY SATURDAY A' SfsT.K. W., WASH. D C. nnTttRE THE BEE CAN BE HAD f T W Fowler,B,318 3-d street. 8. e. jP.er. uruil. corner 16in and N Ave., n. w. .... nrtllWiBt. iree. ' ,:.,.io House. 348 Perm. vne 205 PA street, n.w. ?.8 ewart ! nia Ave. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A.Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. - win. L. Reed, 934 Cambridge St. Alexandria Virginia, A. Carter. 813 Wilk s street. v timmrtmairmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmimr laTHRDAY JUNE 10, 1893 Ijocals WANTED: At this office two la d.es 10 learn the printing business. Permanent work. Apply at once. Mr Mary Slaul Gtrey an old and re Fpi'cted citizen died Monday Morning at 4:5Sr Carey was one of ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 June 1893

BMWPHSPSSSSSiywMJi-MaRtlY- - -cMS";?-a 'SSlSr "V"T:vsip.,i-.- , ' fxt'-"stti -v&fcl r j?f y . 3JT5ii' ' SJWi"J!llV-S3!3:SW!,p5; "J ""-V--' V- r'vf .-.'?- rM'f,tti; - " '- ---'r - - , M. v - 1 -Ml ! f , v j . . --v-r--Mraw. , Jft1ia.- M p 19 II 1-J .1 ifc J & I r' I I' r r jf-; ;; - '' I LIZZIE BORDEN ON TRIAL TALL RIVER'S SENSATIONAL DER CASE NOW ON. MUR- cAccused Woman Confident Bafflinc Fea tures of a Double Tragedy That Oc curred In Broad Daylight Lizzie Bor den a Fiend or Much Maligned Woman, The trial of one of the most sensational murder cases of modern times began on Monday at Fall River, Mass. Lizzie Bor den, a young woman of 27 years, is held to answer for the murder of her father, Andrew J. Borden, 68 years of age, and her step-mother, Mrs. Abbie Borden, herjathers second wife. The tragedy was inexpressibly fiendish and bloody. Both victims were killed by blows of a hatchet or axe, and were terribly- mutilated by repeated blows. JThe bodies of both Borden and his w...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 June 1893

3Mjwj9f'S -- c- .';. - : v" t -sV ' -'4 W1 'f ri 'f K n i VJI m H K V M H M M. VW 31 H tor V H H M H M H Bl T T cjBfc SSr- i ' .':.' ,S,r.:- ,,' '-; r- - g - ' . .. :is: ,. r. " Terms. $1.50 Per year in AfFiBe-3. : s : " ' : ' ' J-l- ' . - T"1"1- ' 5 cents per cody. " ' - , WASHnrGTON, D. P., SATDKDAY, JUNE 2i, 1893! ' ' Lots iat!i5 District f 75. 001 m rani nriiruinn n u u . D. C. Until J aly let '93 I will sell lots in East Peanewood D. 0., at the very low nrics of 75 Each, on terms of $10 down and $5 per month and in the event of the doathoft.be purchaser belor (he full price is paid, I will accept the payments so made as fall pay mem of the price and will make a like chuveyance of the lot to the "pur ncaser's heirs or assigns. E&F, Sts W. ES., Extend e.d will iun directly throagh Easi Deanewood, which is in the District: this subdivision is only about 3 miles from the Capitol Building, and is on the Southern Maryland Railroad. "When this road is in operation these lots will ...

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. — 24 June 1893

vf"W r!rzr-!$gipm 55? -'U tfgfitHKfgr'-" &&$pcys f '$&"': jcss jggjaSJaflfe ' 0 I . L I-j r T & ik j F?' W I- . ; '? f-W i-i t. ' i i vw i ' if THE BEE able expression was the speakers methods to pay a note. Broker Mathews conld appreciate it. He cited several successful institutions conducted by the colored people that had won merit only by co-op 8 peratiom Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street NorthweBl, Washington,lD. C. Entered ;at theJPost Offleelit WaBhin?to as second class mail matter W. CALYJNT CHASE. EDITOR. THE NEW YOKK CAFE. ManegEr Lawson Entertains Prominent Politicons Point xd Spjeechh Delivered Political And Otherwise On last Friday Mr. F. C. Lawson, formerly from Few York City, ten dered a stag dinner to a number of his political and social friends at his new house No. 1144 15th St. 2ST. W. This house is known as the New York Cafe, which is to be con ducted on the order of the great houses conducted by Mr. Lawson ' in the city of New York. Mr. Law...

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 June 1893

lEBranw ' ' mi u .!-"'-" -j "--"- iMMMiMiiu ii mm wf -I. iTTWWTi X.iT'lBSSfJF-- - 3rrr rf- -" HE BE E AUTHORIZED AGENTS JBA8T WASHINGTON. W Fowler, sio ora o, x.. ESI . . . , r.xr aficKrtiKine furnisneo: on appl) 3 tloa. Objectionable aavert'tBtjiaentS vrlllnot r'lnBerted at any price. All rerUMAnceB mould be made by draft, postal money order 9, ,s r Ai-toTi attar .. orsrarded ny, is at the sender's risk, in i.,.ni oney the amount and whatitisjor djould be distinctly Btated. All etters. etc,, should ba Aa-ire6ed BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C: P JBLLSHED ETE11Y SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST., N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD Prof. J. W. Fowler.s, 3 lb 3 d street, s. e. J. H. Beller, Druggist, corner loin and a treet. northwest. Philadelphia House, 348 Penn. Ae n. w. W. W. Jackson, 228 4 str.el, n. w. Moses Payne, 205 4J4 street, n. w. J. P.S ewart,852PennsjlvaniaAve. n. W. NEW YOEK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, dt h Ave. BOSTON, MASS. ""fm. L. Reed.93J4 Cambridge St. Alexandria Vi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 June 1893

; , j- y, .---.; -r. flKIW jWml Umaaifrflnb Mjaotaato!prsaa!rt'J'iWgEPg ff . . yr -' , ir, is . x ifii i- li K i rs CI r ji'i I f I - vs H ! .jf!f I SIFTING THE PENSION LIST. ' The Searchers Have Revised More Than 1,000 Cases. ! A special force of twenty examiners f has been set to work by Commissioner . Lochren to overhaul the papers in all ; cases of pensions granted under the Dis- ability act of 1890. There have "already 't been more than 1,000 cases revised, and : it has been declared that at least 25 per cent, of the pensioners who have been benefited by Order No. 164 will be drop . ped from the rolls. The figures thus far ( secured warrant the statement that the pensions of 150,000 persons, granted un der this interpretation the pension law, will either be stopped or reduced. It does not necessarily follow that all the pensioners who are affected by this re I vision have been guilty of fraud, as the j granting of many of the pensions was , regular under the ruling of Commissio...

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

yatsMaxt&n&fivir '")!. .r5jw "y ' 3 ""y" x&-. $& ,-. X rS?B''" Terms. $1.60 Per year in Aftanw. V 5 cents psi copy. WASHTN-&TON, B. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1893. TOL. XII No. 5 yg?pyggS3ncprrgH2a;juaa,,j.,j LjSimialauam3iiiBlim3&toa&4t MUM A- i jiBthe District $ 75, 0 (nrsnim UULWU D. C. Until J aly 1st '93 I will sell lots . 1: MNt Deanewood D, 0., at the Vt-'UV 10v niiKc " Each 5 0D terms of $10 down and 0 i. ri in the event $5 per of the ".athoithe purchaser belor e Z price is paid, I will accept the navinentsso made as full payment . W Tu. Zna na will make a like ' LvPvince of the lot t the pur ,nRRr's heirs r pssignsk cr gtg!,W. E., Extend Pil will run directly through Easi Deanewooil, which ism the District: this mbdivipion is only about 3 miles fiom the Capitol Building, .U1d is on the Southern Marylauo Railroad When this road is in oneiatiou these lots will sell for manv tunes the present price The streets will be 90 feet in width and all lots run b...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 July 1893

mi t t a b 11 NMMMMMMiwKaBWMa " ... lWI m mil Hi n 1 J 1 1 - ; n 1 ;'' ' ! i I I .'i I Va Tvnmrr atq tra ttTTT LawJer Hewlett made the best EDUCATIONAL - ' flfejr DEATH OF MISS IDA NUT- BDeech f hi8 Ufe . , The Be FM iTTTf Kj jFjaCv ag 1 ' "I TTt -v ' - ZZZZ. .. . o ) m . .JOUEi rf,mm Oiiilii . cTEK., : . The Daily Post would like to L' - - rfii&E&VA YVv ? -"'-- jws3t' - s rrnf. 'fiintix? of fimna ""Ml for y jar - - ? -"I Published'every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington ,D. C. I Entered !at the Post Offiee gat Washln?to as second class mail matter. W.CALYJTff CHASE. Editor. HOW TO BETTER OUR CON DITIOK A question has suggested itself to the Bee how the colored people, in the District of Columbia, can better their condition. There is but one solution to this question and that is for tbe ministers in the pul pit to impress npon the colored people the neccessitj of organization, union of action in ail thiugs that look to their roaterial advancement indivi dully a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 July 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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