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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 August 1893

V ' "V ri t'V'S " " r SaTTTW 5 VI ft 11 THE NATIONAL CAPITAL FRUITS OF THE FIRST WEEK OF THE SPECIAL SESSION. Congress Gets Promptly to Work The Great Silver Debate Opened Presi dent Cleveland's Health A Statement to the Public. Congress got rapidly to work during the first week of the session. The sil ver and anti-silver Democrats agreed upon a programme of debate, and the . battle was at once opened. Mr. Wil- J son, of West Virginia, will lead, the Administration forces, which favor an unqualified repeal of the Sherman sil ver law, and Mr. Bland, of Missouri, will head the silver forces. Mr. Wilson introduced -the following bill for the unconditional repeal of the Sherman silver law, said to have been drawn by Secretary Carlyle. It is known as House Bill No. 1: "Be it enacted, etc., that so much of the act approved July 14, 1S90, entitled 'An act directing the purchase of sil ver bullion and issue of Treasury notes thereon, and for other purposes,' as directs the Secretary of the ...

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. — 26 August 1893

t -J ' ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1SS1. ! - ttriisinpc , has the !argest "T IT! borc fide circula t en of any Afro- a i- .rfLi v - . ' r -p-. ""ram t-tJy- w Tmr- c v Mf V & fc. Ar & W IMR "W" HI x . ?-- . "hm v.. ttO l -?fc? fc 5 IlVyJcSr -Trrfc yii want re news" j you want a rless race adeo- :c? Do you icant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in THEH ee: An-encan , Journal " . fjlished at the Cap.tal ToiTxii 1! Ir5 Fortune-Teller ixnd Clairvoyant. 5",,v n 'he time-douJt delay-to ci.nintthe greatest living CJair- v ant on ear'h. To be forewarn .j;s!obe Drearmed. Come and 'Kt.ovv thy destiny at once. Remain Tolngtr in darkness, but eeek il.e Igut of knowlege, and learn jut 'he mysterious future holds t r.ni 1 be fact that the lady is the ou) Clairvoyant iu the State that can --i"st the troubled, bring hap. .ae- to the uu happy, and give Lc!p m all misfortune and trouble e.ttr y personal interview or by kttrr, i& only too well knowu by ir-dB who come to see her from near and aia...

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. — 26 August 1893

- ampimteiMn!aesml&a&t SiSJsssSSS! MMWMBtJUJ'iJlA-SBfgS 4 v gan 11 minim 1 11 iininimmswi'nri th ibmhbmi? ihim iiaMHae 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmsmm 1 I V Sft B 5 i m r f 1 : C n ra i ' & ifk ? i f t r. - THE RxLxL Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Stree orthwest, "Washington, D. C. v ''- Entered at the Post Office at !Vashlr?ton as second class mail matter. W.GALV'N CHASE, KDOEtr. t " ' " ascag cawj THE SON OF BISHOP BROWN. The general impression is that Prof Wm. L. Brown, the son of the late Bishop John M. Brown, both of whom snpported Mr. Cleveland in the last campaign, will be appointed recorder of deeds to succeed Hon. &. &.. Bruce, when his time expires. Prof. Brown is one of the best edu cated young men in this country and a man - who reflects credit upon the colored race as an edu cator. If President Cleveland has made up his mind to appoint Prof. Bron, the entire colored race would hail the appoint ment with delight and regard it as a just recognition of the son o...

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. — 26 August 1893

njsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHI VJMr HBBBBJnMUB3iA w1 CL. 2Lttiu3UB&ErjK ttri frlifflBfTEiAi jmj .siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii H isiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV -4v uAfvu iiHiiUHBH9HHBkHf K3gAnyiKslllllllBflHisllllllllllililllllllllllllllllillllilHilHilllllllllllllllllli . ir 1 i 1 " K" ijr liiiiiiiiiBimr.Tiiaaifa:' nrT in mrirm in -miuTmnrnmnM iiiti twiuti i . itt iii t n nMi irMirii rm . . E BISE d.Ul'liOHlZSU AGENTS EAST WASHINGTON. ,..pr. olS 3ldS. E. ,.T ,J U " ' , ,:r.iM-MKinr furnisned on atjnlt uMit?:Uouable aclvcrii&eraents will not '"'""JejitKlHt any price. All remittances ' ": ue inRde by draft, postal money order ,.--vftnr2!4-r ., orrarded """" c nliy, is at the Bender's risk, m Zi '"" " V lhe amouutj and wuat it; JS 1'Iuia be tlistiactlv staled. " All etters. etc, should ba &a-dressed BSS PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C jJHED EYET.Y SATUBDAT Ar HOP 1 ?T., N. ...

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. — 26 August 1893

Sl y r-. 'Vv t ; 1 1-fi:teBtSSr m jiiv Hi' IwaSROBH 1 . 3 y" j fi ?l d . ff! L r"7 THE NATIONAL CAPITAL FRUITS OF THE FIRST WEEK OF THE SPECIAL SESSION. Congress Gets Promptly" to Work Tlie Great Silver Debate Opened Presi dent Cleveland's Health A Statement to the Puhlio. Congress got rapidly to work during the first week of the session. The sil ver and anti-silver Democrats agreed upon a programme of debate, and the battle was at once opened. Mr. Wil son, of West Virginia, will lead the Administration forces, which favor an unqualified repeal of the Sherman sli ver law, and Mr. Bland, of Missouri, rm Y.nna Via cii-ror fnrras. Mr. Wu&on introduced the following bill for the n,wnrKmnni lineal of the Sherman silver law, said to have been drawn by Secretary Carlyie. It is known as House Bill No. 1: "Be it enacted, etc., that so much or the act approved July 14, 1S90, entitled An act directing the purchase of sil ver bullion and issue of Treasury notes 1 thereon, and for other purp...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 September 1893

12 J&&JOfuZ&fi. ms&, ,r. Efft 2 -i 3 ESTABLISHED JUNE2.1SS1 e J5ec IS A Great Advertising Medi It has the largest bdnB fide circula TRY IT ! Do you icayit re liable news? Do you want a fearless race advo cate? Do you icant col ored trade? Read and adver tise in THJEBJUE! te of any Afro n;crican journal published at Hie Capita! 3ft M 4J lifr I. M Fortune-Teller and Clairvoyant. 0W is the time-don't delay-to consul t the greatest living Clair want on earth. To be forewarn- d is to be forearmed. Come and know thy destiny at once. Kemain l0 longer in darkness, but seek tbe lig of knowlege, and learn bat the mysterious future bo ds for you The fact that the lady is the ouiy Clairvoyant in the State that can assist tne trouDiea, bring hap. pine?H to the unhappy, and give help iu all misfortune and trouble either by personal interview or by letter, i only too well known by crowds who come to see her from near and afar. Her mysterious powers have convinced the most skeptical...

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

""(iV1 V C I ' ' f' " "11111111 I I I I1IIIHIM IIIIMMlMBHiminiii - -Miiimiinn ' I l( 1 ' " ' i. ,.-i T.,r,- inlr What I tci CfiBiPHIC SRIEFS. I ' n f ii l - nnmmir rn iiiurv . i i ni imiuu .. - r-iiv-ii tni i ;.;; ! - ' THE Mv f ,K 1 'If ?' ; 3 t V' ( s A t &? "i ,'4 BEE: it. a. j- Vvv Publish el p.verv Rnt.nrrtn.v at 1109 1 Streo orthwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class mail matter. W.CALVW CHASE, KDORtr, A GOOD MOVE. . Cfl1, .nr On Wednesday afternoon Senator Vance of North Carolina introduced a joint resolution, in the senate, for the relief af the aged and infirm col- ored people of the District of Colum-. oreaptupiuux rniujnn : bia The text of the loolution is as follows: Resolved by the Senate and House nf Representatives ot the unucu. Statas fo America in Congress assem- J All editors of Afro-American journals ii a Tinf nil mnnpv' wears of nav " are invited to be present and take an ac bled, 1 hat ail money arrears ui yy, i,ft ,...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 September 1893

-- W& .jJ-l15ifiiiinaIisMPsss T . jr iP ,. ...-- F -SSfflet.-,,. - ASiWiHHHHHHRHHBHHBMBSnMHUv --. iJ ithmmmmmmart iisirsssissWfoTiislTri i n mm .. . "'''"Mt'MHsslCBMMCssil fr -P. WS operty in ?500 idfl an or tfce ; says e 1 be says, HE ethje. AUTHORIZED AGENTS EAST WASHIKGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. W K3U3C Eijumaieb for advertising f urnisnea on appD sitlou. Obfectlouable aavertUementB-vvillnol oe inserted at any price. All reiulttancet should be made by draft, postal money order 9-2tisf f. 2iers:3 latter .Mv-a crtr&rded A. .- nay. is at tbe sender's risk, in ENidlng isoney tbe amount and what it is foi should be distinctly stated. " All etters. etc,, should b3 aa-dressec BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C pQBLISHBD EVSHY SATUKDAY Ar 1109 1 ST., N. W WASH., D C. wheee the Bee can be had Prof. J. W. Fowler.s, 3 IS 3 d street, s. e. J. 11. Beller, Druggist corner 16tn and v treet. north wtBt. Philadelphia House, 348 Pen n. A.e., u. w. W. "W. Jackson, 228 4J4 Btrxei, n. w. Mos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 September 1893

T. v; v-.-j.- . .' & f ' c ? ? i m i I if' '" i f , - . - - j f , . S HE OFFENDED THE CZAR. And the ruuisliment He Received -was r a Terrible One. Frogere, an actor at one of the minor theatres of the boulevard of Paris, had entered into an agreement with the manager of the French theatre at St Petersburg, where he had the good for tune so greatly to please Paul I. that he soon became a distinguished favor ite of the monarch, recounts a writer in the Boston Globe. It was at the imperial dinner xauiu when one of the guests lauded the Emperor at the expense of Peter tne Great t ri -That is robbing Peter to pay Paul, said the Emperor, turning to his favor ite; "is it not so, Frogere.' -Certainly, sir," answered the latter, "tv, cfltiKtV Paul we may rob not only Peter the Great, but also Peter the "And, pray, why so?" asked the Czar, quickly. . "Because," said the actor, "Paul in his anger has frequently conmiantlea, Go and bear the cross throughput tne world, more especially in Sib...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 September 1893

jr f -fl&iSI T --sygF'S''7 B' w mi mi iiiu.i.umi, 11 i JiiJW5agpgffgSIWWW!WWlww-WN iyi awiwu w.-.- - ..""gW1" """"'I" .' 'V'l 'MT yfljpjMi fcjoJrSafeg: ipiiii-ih,us3s&wer;- J73SaEE352SKS3HKESSSSa ESWMMm f&c-:Z3&82. iJi'Ew "? IESTABLISHED tlje Bee IS A jjiUJN'E2,i1SS1. rf- " -Sv. 7 ,--sf -V"MiMM &v i- i V If - IJ ilt las the largest f&eflc fide circula tion of any Afro- ikmerican journal Infflfoheil at the IDspM , L. XII ywj rj.)ygygwi Fortune-Teller and Clairvoyant, ow is the time-dou't delay-tu consult the g eat est living Clair voyant on earth. To be forewar n jdiatobe forearmed. Come and kuotf thy destiny at once. Remain longer in darknes3, but seek the light of knowledge, and learn hat the mysterious future bolde for you The fact that the lady ia the ouiy Clairvoyant iu tbe State that cau assist the troubled, bring hap. jiiue-H to the uuhappy, and give help in all misfortune and trouble either by personal interview or by letter, i only too well kuowu by c...

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. — 9 September 1893

?!3!D?' ", -riVit' v-S -".? v, J-jiM , .jyy j f y -W ',1- Ji saVI IHS J Ml I JK' 4 I 4 S t 1 1 It I rv 1 k mi W H& il Li ' Rtf ifi r ril mE BEE Published every Saturday at H9 1 Stree o rthweBt, Washington, D. C. EnJeredrtPosToffloe at Washington as second clasB mall matter. W.CALYJV CHASE. EDOKtr. OUR USrjUKBDCOMMlSSIONER. John W. Ross, president of the i.Jl-j rmtniceinneis has the sym- UUdlU Ul """-- pathy of the entire community. 1 No one regrets the accident that , 3 . u ,'ci-inmnshed Dresi- dent of the Kid of commissioners i r 4-v.Jr- -immun- more than the peopn; ui u " ity. Mr. Ross, as any honest nian would, immediately exlionorated he brakeman of the cable car, by sta ting tmblicly that he was to blame. P CoL Ross has been a devoted friend and an honest public servant, of the people and it is their sincere hope that he will speedily recover from his recent accident. DR. PURVIS' REPORT. The report of the Surgeon In Charge of the Preedmen's Hospital to the Secretary of the ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 September 1893

MmltoEl2&& bAcIl r t-- -Ate., -i. - "2KSSas v ,. irtnTrTfMaffisagiaufta x itBkKMMS 'p BE B132E AUTHORIZED AGENTS EAST WASHINGTON. povrleri 318 3rd S. J. ,.... -.ipprtisine rurnisnecton appli sll"i:llboieeUoaableaaverti6einentBWiUnot 5 "Cert, at any price. All remittances ' nul oe made by draft, poBtai money order 9 ' . wy. is at the sender'6 risk, in nnJ oy the amount and watit 1b for rto'uiii " dlBUncUv slated. All ettors. etc., should b aa-dressed BSE PUBLISHING, CO. WashuiKton D. 0 flZ&W i:VEHY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST., 1ST. W WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD f J. W. Fowler.s, 3183 d street, s. e. j h Uei'.er, Druggist, corner 16tn and v .VadelpUla House, 348 Penn. A-e., n. w. V W Jackfcoa,22S4fcstrtetfn.w. Mobes uvue. 2051 street, n.w. j.p.s-ewart.852 Pennsylvania Ave. n. w. NEW YOBKOITY. D. A.Green, 429, iil Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed.93J4 Cambridge St. Alexandria Virginia, ,V A- Carter. 313 Wilkes street. sH RDAY, SEPT. qtH, 1893. JL.OObJLS J"ok Hknt: Furt'i...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 September 1893

tvV? ttfr P-wJf- "8v ttSRCw&w!Httfo)t4 v.'Vr f jts "if &- (j? V IV- j! I -SMtf s i?4 r lb. -- .?. Us? i: it r ; B 1 ; i '' V here is a groat scarcity of silver in Italy. More than G0,000 miners have re sumed work in South Wales. ( Several war vessels will be concen trated by our Government m uiuucbc waters. I Ex-President Harrison has returned V j. i.i i i TVidinrmnnlis. He IS ID LO IMS UUlliU i" iuu""r good health. Zimmermann, the bicycle champion, has heart trouble. He has been warned tx take a rest. Several cases of cholera have oc curred at Grimsby, a seaport in Lin colnshire, England. A young Scotch woman, Miss i.u, broke "the bank at Monte Carlo, win- nine 300,000 in one hour, alter a v i j- V..!On Inilr f Ol reuiarn.il uiu ju.v-. ., ircf iiv the can- Six young men were lost oy uie cay niinmnlsiin. near iort auiuj. W 1 T"T" VM-V A irollev car in Cincinnati ran away, 4d So "track and cradgj MJto saloon. Eight persons were killed ana . ... fsiftrr lrcinrwi. L JS. ISfXESS...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 September 1893

(puiniu-a t tJT-li - ?? in iritwmmwwI tvf&2M V Tfc i t. VV jritllffi. ,L -I, JflJ -S. . tf y 0 ESTABLISHED JUNE 2,1881. . tf Acs tte flesf 4gr bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capita' I IS A Great Advertising Medium TRY IT ! Do you want re liable news? Do you tcant a fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver tise in TILEB EIJ! r J llilBIiHP2B3BB ' " ! 3BBHKnraTiii!iiiiii:!i;ii;iiin:ii!rTHfe k L. XI I cssasoscwxsEffii Fortune-Teller A ' and Clairvoyant. 2sot i the time-don't delay t enn?nJt the greatest living Ola r vVant on ea th. To be iorewar n fis!obe forearmed. Come and kuov thy destiny at once. Remain longer in darkness, but seek the I:ght of knowledge, and learn hit' he mysterious fulure holds tjr you The fact that the lady i the in.y r!aivoy3nt in the State that an assist the troubled, bring hap. une-s to the unhappy, and give ne!p in all misfortune and cr uble either by personal interview or by later, i" only ...

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 September 1893

&,m:i-i.:-nto?i TXk - V .. I l- il v-w J. IU t? i i $1F 1 I Jill Is - THE BEE p ifs? -v- ---. i PiMiahe'I' every Saturday at 1109 1 Stree orthvreBl, Wastiingtnn, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington a8 second class mail matter. W.CALVW CHASE, KDOR'r. THE WESTERN ADVENTURE WHEN FACTS AKE AGAINST YOU DIS CUSS THE LAW, WHEN THE LAW IS AGAINST YOU DISCUSS FACTS. WHEN BOTH ARE AGAINST YOU MUDDLE THINGS UP. Mr. Chase. Good morning Mr Hewlett. Mr. Hewlett. How do you do friend Chase, are you just from the Press Convention? Mr. Chase. Yesj and we had a grand convention. By the way I see that our friend Cooper came out all right, in his court affair, and I am glad of it. Mr. Hewlett. I was delighted when the Judge dismissed his case, but you will notice that he says Judge Kimball was his counsel, or words i;.o that effect. He says the judge cross-examined the precious pair, etc Now, any one with a grain of sens knofts that no judge will take it upon himself .to cro s-examu:e th...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 September 1893

" T? n.to -X' --i 1t- j- Vt-vtbft - Wrffrs H r V 1 T-Jt HB3 S15E -71 AGENTS tAsi WASHINGTON. , Sik 3rd S. E. 1 I K f ,. ...ficinsr rurnisiieci on aPDli ' '" l JuuttbleudvertlBeinentB-wiUnot ;-J1" '"'Vmiv price. All rerUttances a K"- "... i.v draft, postal money order ' .. .. f-4.. ,i 4 , ii"-- .( -.s"XJr . .-- .u.vv v " ni.ifcatthe sender's risk, in ' " ,i ie amount and what it is for r"'Tjs,nci,vfiUlH,'d' li"1''1 ..-, ehnnld bs att-dreBBed K.r; PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O --"TTrWpvv SATURDAY Ar !F;BU" "rjiru. TBE BEE CAN BE HAD f j tt r .wer,s,3183 d street, s. e. Pr Ij, n. o ngjist, corner 16tn and M ' , ,., ouse.348Penn. A.e., n. w. ;vWJ.K-Mi,i!284str(et,n.xv. ' - 205J street, n.w. P C trait,"32 Peimsjlvinia Ave. n. w. SETC YORK CITY. 1- .treenf 423,61 h Ave. BOSTON, 3IASS. w -Heed. 934 Cambridge st, LiXANDRlA Virginia, r i (H-t.'i. 13 W ilk sBltvet. ariKiV. SEPT. 23rd, 1S93. SOOSilfeS. Mrt ilarp th "Tuskegee Stu'l aifoiMin xcliaiige list. Please x cjiaiiu''. M ilai l-sipvett...

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. — 30 September 1893

T v m&t j ( a e- vr. ik , EW f fcl L ll d tfc f I .? ? .l iATi M mo 1 There is a grea. scarcity of silver in Italy. t More than G0,X)0 miners have re sumed work in S)utli Wales. i Several war vessels will be concen trated by our Government in Chinese waters. Ex-President Harrison has returned to his home in Indianapolis. He is in good health. Zimmermann, the bicycle champion, has heart trouble. He has been warned to take a rest Ibeveral cases of cholera have oc curred at Grimsby, a seaport in Lin colnshire, England. A young Scotch woman, Miss Leal broke the bank at Monte Carlo, win ning $300,000 in one hour, after a week of remarkable luck. Six young men were lost by the cap sizing of the yacht Alpha in Lake Champlain, near Port Henry. A trolley car in Cincinnati ran away, jumped the track.and crashed into a saloon. Eight persons were killed and nearly forty injured. I Labor day was generally observed. In New York city 20,000 men marched, and 15,000 in Brooklyn. Anarchists at te...

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 October 1893

Mzwnx m?mmmmmmi maskMm UNi i - .. VWf- -J ' rt't V' "Pj &l&&.:4r& '-:. .".!,."..: V. - ,-". "1 -.- ? . -r J " ESTABLISHED JUNE 2,1881. It has the largest : -- fc See IS A Sreat Adverilsing Medium TET IT ! Do you icant re liable netos? Do you xcant a fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? "Read and adver tise in THJBDEE! bona fide circula tion of any Afro- American journal published at the Capital , - V--' "BSgLfc X- r .. :-SJ fe Hw V I Vk 11 XI C Fortune-Teller-and Clairvoyant. ow is the time-don't delay t consult the g eatest living Clair -voyaut on earth. To be fore-, wariu d 18 to be forearmed. Come and kuotf thy destiny at once. Re main loiter in darkness, but seek the lijht of knowledge, and learn uhit'he mysterious future holds tor j ou The fact that the lady is the ouiy Clairvoyant iu the State that -;an apBiist the troubled, bring bap. jiueH to the unhappy, and give help in all misfortune and trouble either by personal interview or by letter, is...

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. — 7 October 1893

I I 1 i ii ftJ :f M If ?,. 'lit i fl J be aw I i Iflf IsfS ' Lv 'SaLiiwf B waKf ft ri '. m m- m ssV C'aV Kb . jlfl K; I '&&' 3s THE BEE vrfii V-- it - . Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Stree orth-weslrWashington, D. C. eTrt offl7r;r;T; as second class mail matter. W.CALYJNT CHASE, KtoORtr. i 1HE ADVENTURER. It is strange that a man like Senator J Bruce, who has had such large and varied experience with men of all classes, should have believed that by giving twenty five dollars of his good money to help Coopers sham newspa- 1 per concern out of a hole, that his generosity would be appreciated. Did he not know that his gift would only whet Coopers ar petite fcr more mensy? Did he not know that unless he con tinued to give money to the end of time,infact, unless he took cooper's whole bogus joint stock jobbing con cern upon his shoulders that the viper would turn around and sting the very hand that had befriended him? Experience is a hard school but some people will learn in...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 October 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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