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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 October 1893

. ,M0,-xri-2 I i n h i -i m it ,'&- .); i ji , ) 15 i ? 51 r u t .,- it if i HI Ik There is a grea scarcity of silver ifi Italy. More than G0,O00 miners nave re sumed work in S)utli Wales. 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 Several 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. Labor day was generally observed. In New York city 20,000 men marched, and 15,000 in Brooklyn. Anarchists...

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. — 14 October 1893

i'-k-naifl 1. u .-. .- .. -J ; FgzSZr&3fr 1 3Sfifcwj ..SN kjL': &. n v it A m -"WftSSfc 4i -- ' V- vfcrftJ CJJ. ?. J, vy - -tk' k- v;A, VV vv . .-.- . --W i : . V" - ,;. ---y ?.' x :i? -sT Vh &?&&: - , &-?;. 'Orf ..' I :..-'-'- "'.;!;' "'T- I wl "J ','-"'. ' ,J -- --.I" -.' .u. . ' . . 4j- .1 T -',, .,$ j. U2' ESTABLISHED - jUNE2,1S3i; 'ife93SFh J9 ae.i V. - v . - B ft ... '' " r-'?? .. .. ' ":. ? ? "f-: i . " Yjj " " ! . W -.x Ae ,,..-- r' " fa vol. xir Fortune-Teller and Clairvoyant. jsTow is fbe time-don't delay t conpn't the fij eatest living Clair -v ysint on ea th. To be tores warn ed is to be forearmed. Come iand knotf thy (leBtiDy at once. Re main longer in darkness, but seek the light of knowledge, and learn hut the mysterious future bolde torjou The fact that the lady ie the ouy Clairvoyant iu tbe State that wi assist the troubled, bring bap. jiuerh to the unhappy, and give ielp iu all misfortune and trouble either by personal interview or by fetter...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 October 1893

y.-aa- - v 'pK ' -.-r : -;.-? J,,-! '' WPi &&f&g-jr-1i s ,f.t bi'- .. tC t-iT . -. vrt?),,. I ! i ,i ,. .--t, 1 ,- ft ' & .''.-V ' ;.- i 4 4 i Jt' i J ; 1 ii U - IT' T r.iAJSA-- ?t. 'lf Jlf"'-:" SWWWW-'fi'L ''. 14 M i . r 1 I : i : BEK THE Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Stree o rthwesl, Washinclon, D. O. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as Becond class mail matter. W.OAliFJW CHASE, BDORtr. ItfEEDS NO SrMPATHY. The editor of the Bee needs no sympathy. Fair play is all that is asked. TAKE WARNING SPEAK EAS People who vioiate the -whiskey law need not expect any sympathy when they go before either Judge Mills or Kimball. THE FECEEDMEN'S HOSPIT AL Hon. Hoke Smith is satisfied tb it Dr. Purvis asv been m srepre sented and the -mrTressun is tLat no cnauge win d made in the in stitution. Dr. Purvis has m ide the hospital what it is today. Rev(?)P. H. White who is said to be in Richmond, Va. has made application for the plaee made va cant by the resignation of W....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 October 1893

TafefilllBMwra imfcVj zEEts&sgasmmmf&mm fssssm H5saSB!SWa&&eS358ffiE9 g&ga&smm feWM;..vilBHMsHagispM JiltW ir-5S5iZJMiflBBBjBiiisMiBilBi rss? -c SiffT'"'' -' 'frSS'Tif W, BLEJ :0-g3E3 AUTHORIZED aG.&NT BAST WASHINGTON. VV Fowler, 318 Sid S, E. UIUJlxcb fr advertising f arniBned on appli HuiectiouableadVerDiueineniBWillnot ioU. , . irtr ,! All Tort -IttoTirtaa , m hi! niHde by draft, postal money order 5 ... a-io--v! Uttor SouQ orarded '' ', is at the Bender's risk." In n.HMv .nfjy the amount and what it is for 'nonM ie distinctly stated. " AH etters. etc, should b aa-dreBsed BEE PUBLISHING. CO. Washington D. C P.TBLISHBD EYE11Y SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST., X. W WASH.. D C. wheke the Bee can be Had I'ruf. J. W. Fowler.s, 318 3 d street, s. e. j H. He'ler, Druggist, corner 16tn and M ueot. north w st. Fhihulelpbla House, 848 Penn. Ave., n. w. V. W. Jackeoa, 228 4' street, n. w. Moss's ayne, 205 4J4 street, n. w. j.l'.S ewart.852 Peuns3lv.nia Ave. n. w. NEW YOBK ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 October 1893

Jgygtwy ?y (- y 3..J; . fcr v V"S - ft' - rj- - - -i-i- u -v-j--. " :-"& rV If T v. SWS'v- -iftrCT;ngjJ-j;3Airff:'.iTTnatf.rf .iixttsLir?tJi-aa zJ&ikrh.d'&iiZZzlte&T?.yi.', t)Tn1iHwwiiTinjrttfiii-nfina(iiiliiiffi)iniii i j fin I w n .' 'it r- v. ' Ii'. -V -r' r . . : .in1 r -. . ' rf J (,1 ;h Iff? - "2 Li i i If A 4. i I !' e r -vi r r-- 1m IK - HI ; 'Hi Hi i .MB i WE mJm ' -: W M? ' : Km ? hj 5here is a grca scarcity of silver'iii Italy. More than fiO, XX) miners nave re sumed work in b:uth Wales. Several war vessels will be concen- J trated by our Government in Chinese Ex-President Harrison has returned to bis borne in Indianapolis. He is in good health. , Zinimerniann. fie bicycle champion, has heart trouble. He has been warned to take a rest. Several cases of cholera have oc- leurred at Grimsby, a seaport in Lin- icolnshire, England. A young Scotch woman, Miss Leal I broke the bank at Monte Carlo, win ning $300,000 in one hour, after a week of remarkable luck. 4 ...

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. — 28 October 1893

-?fs'3&s! mms&i9mss3mmmms&m -i'-v , , . t .; 'V!; -S ?t& IIs? ' . i JSS r. ; s - 4 ESTABUSHtU JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro- (Elje See IS A Great Adyertising fnediura TRY IT ! Do you xzant re liable news ? Do you want a earless race advo cate? Do you icant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in THJ3B EEI - American Journal I published at the Capital WmSm ""''- , - S " .,,- . ' ': :.t" tv-: .. ., ,cvx a.'lT . - t A s&V..- s . r "" ' Ar h , . vT , H hyV I . v a ' ' .. . y . F V - - B I V ' -r" ? . - 'r &r js i . -- - oja. ir iirv. '. L. XI 1 Fortune-Teller and Clairvoyant. A. 1- 'l 1 HU'-O-M.', 1U- f j i I'niiBiilt the e ejirefr. Iivmu ()huY -vyntiii ath. T b2 JO'6 warily .1 is i o bo f rff.rmeil. Oonie.Rnd Icuovvtby drisiuy m: oucs. Re main longer in d:irka!s, bnr ek die light of kuowiodge, and learn hat the myaferioiiH future holds? tor you The fact that the Udy in tle ouly Cluirvoyautin the tat s bat an urBist the Jrpuhl...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 October 1893

1 ft "klr liVT T-- "- V?r- r?r-' V f It lw ii ii ! f u ! s. - I It I I i nnimnnrf jsMaautsmmtumam THE w Vv AJX2JJLU Published overy Saturday at 1109 1 Stree ort li west, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Wasulr?ton as second class mall matter. W.CALw CHASE, KDORfr, m THE ADVENT. URER COOPER. The Western adveniurer Edward E. Cooper is not satisfied with not pay inghis printers and Byron Adams who still holds his forms and edition of several weeks ago he attempts to reflect on the intiffritv and honesty of his lawyer who dfended him in the trype case. Cooper by a hard struggle pub lished a four sheet hand bill last week. It failed to come out on Saturday be cause he could not raise money enough to get it out, hence it was held back. As usual he gives the people the same old racket "we are here to stay the sheet is a fixture' '. Come up and buy stock. If Cooper is of the opinon that the people of Washington are fools he is mistaken. It is true that some of them are especi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 October 1893

"OTjst y, - '$($'$- WUVdkd ra- T-'-"'i'y;aMM IHMiWMaHBVMHM y i aoi in 11 liraMi-MiTiii 11 1 m " ...- i - .HE J3 t3E UTHURIZli) aGma BAST WASHINGTON. l-owlei", 818 3rd S. E. fur nUverllKinK f urnisnecr on applj ,jsU,uU! ObjectiouableadverLiBeiiieniB will not -." turned ui ftuy pnce. All reium&nceE te . IIIIUlO "3 Ull IIUOUI' iilJUCJ UiUCi (lit"" iiMl lit? ?i-.i 'ttr M....A nrrrarded nny, isutlue sender's risfe. in ..v Use amount aud what It 1b for 'ia 'i distitlv suited. ;..-- lluir ' etc,, should b aa-dre6ecs All etltii'S. ,1JBK PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C ptTlJUV . . ... . V. . . V A ai109llST..Sr.W., WASH.. D C. WJlBUfi THE BEE CAN BE HAD ,,.p r 1 T. Kowler.s, 31b 3 d street, s. e. it ill. lie', er, Urngst, corner lotn aud i? .,eet.i tnlhvvtKt. Philadelphia house, 348 Penu. Ave., n. w. V V. JHCkro i, !$ 4 strtet, n. v. .s iiv lie, 205 4 strvet. u. vr. j ,s t'Wufl.- A'uns.WvNUla Ave. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. H. A.Gieen,42rf, dth Ave, BOSTON, MASS. w veed,93!4 Cambridge 8t. AI.K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 October 1893

' fJV? J"" ''' 1 T SZ 5Vt pFr '-r? r - . r &N ', i? ) H ncWftwJ.Swd . a.ati T,v' :. if It ?J' fi l lit h N i 11 48 i : : f H fc. ' 5 r U.L if I i v MISSED THE LEADEN SHOWER. An Ex-Coufe derate Tells .How a Hisi li 4 the 3Ioonlight Saved Him. "I was a lieutenant-colonel of a Ken tucky regiment," said Col. John C. Underwood, of Kentucky, to a Boston Globe man. "Our command was in East Tennessee, and one bright moon light night I concluded to ride away from camp and take a look about the vicinity. T rode several miles and, coming to a farm house, hitched my horse and knocked at the door. A young woman, the most beautiful I had ever seen, it seemed to me, appeared after a while and invited me in. "She and her aged mother were the only occupants of the house, the men of the -family being in the Confederate army. We chatted pleasantly for a few minutes, when my fair hostess arose and said: 'Colonel, you ran a great risk in leaving your horse in such an exposed position. The Yankee pic...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 November 1893

F5S"""""WBBBBSBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBB1 - "" - i.7..,;jr?. m.i' " M j :v " !f. ..-Z,UJ ---:-JT -. ESTABUSHEO jUNE2,1SS1. It has the largest m fide circula Uofany kiro- tTerican journal Pushed at the Capital i -L, XII rvVASHDfGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, N.VEMBE 193. 0 20 m ,r..m..l..ii.mii ": .,.t.wp"!- j'-r ' - yt'vimnwi7,n;zzzzzz&mmamJsimi?zwLi jiiuwi-iaiawnffiEwtfiategiJfai.JtJ-,...m.---a - - - -- - (VmJm r 7 ill i I if 1 M ' A1 &' , 4'mVm. T 1 T Tjl v"C Mm f Great Advertising Kedfusa wfc " m M C TBTIT! t ss. SZsJtMl? QTdm ak Do you tZant re k I S "P" Iflfe EB km M M liable notes? .bbbbbf aTsW fc. J EjfflBSBsgrgg. r Jrlk fearless race advo- sW L bm MBHJaJBgPPgl mr m m cate? m t x. Bv k bbbb " T3BsssssBBsssswMBrsBBWBWBBWwiiTBPMiVYli f- s ffaf ct bbbjbv jsbbbW bbbbbbbW f I m. BBk k. vHiroHRiE5MCS Blir .JBF Pm Do you want col- V. BBjb. ab H -3BMjBK3jI5iEKSH5HBBSBM3iBj VSM-JSr im B nf?. frrrt9 bi n b.V I " lylBKiMl'iiliill'iiiiilliilllii!iTLaMK A fl aeatt ana oarer' J m. fc 111 3mSMtBBSSS(B...

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

E- r-r X iw VV Sri ' f. i " TlifTWWwPiPTfTift fflrti jffrfHBHHI i .nx K fc?-flE I1' Ek ft ft ! .v yj k y t :ll " jfH- ?& A Vf ,'l-t v p . ft THE BEE Pab fihed every Saturday at 1109 1 Stree o rthwest, WaBhlcgton, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washirston a8 second claBB mall matter. W.CAL.VTK CHASE, KDORtr. CHASE TO ROSS. He Publicly Explains Why The Com missioners Demand His Resignation WHAT COL. PARKER SAID TO HIM BTe Charges That The Health Depart ment Fears The Ri0h And Perse cutes The Poor From The Evening News. An open letter to district Commis. si oner Ross lias been written by Mr. W Calvin Chase, whose resignation as Dis trict food inspector was recently de manded by the Commissioners. It is as follows: "Sir: In compliance with your com munication dated October 10, 1893, re questing my resignation and the verbal reasons given by Col. Myron M. Parker, the Republican Commissi oner having in charge the Health Department of the District government, in which I was em plo...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 November 1893

g, y t -- - - i in iti mtmc actcSis; "If m i wiiM'nrAyaii -- ....w tlTtWr(Vnit,TTBYi,J.Pl T - I . . - ... .... ,. --.Ji.. ,r .r. -.. .. ....., ,.. . . r. ' ii 111 m m-uMn, L , , Ml - lM i HE B'-SE A.UTHOKIZED aGEKTS lAST WASHINGTON. xv Fowler, SIS old S. E. ui.it ob fur .idvertlsinR ruruiBiiea. on appl o'meetiouable attveriifeemeiitswillrjo ' j ,'i't-u'd l Hn" Price Al1 reiUttituce. , i i.l- ni:tde by draft, postal money ordei ' y. r: r'awkj VtUir M... ft "Tartlet . . ny. Is at the sender's risk, xl - ...y the amount und whatitie fo ..iMbediclluetlv stated. AH etters. etc,, should bs Ka-dreBB USE I'UIJLISUIKG, CO. W&sliixtuii D. p -BLISHBD r.V-HY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. S. W., WASH.. 1) C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD 1 r r. J. V. Fuwler.s, olSo d street, s. e. j ji is,. er.D'"na?'B. corner I an and V .1. rorlhv 6U 1 lS,.,(lolphlii,ousc.318Per.n. A .-., n. w V. Jack o , -2S 4 Str. e , Ii. w. Ms s a. ne, 205 street, n. w. j s ewart, i"52 'euus$ lVdiiia Ave. n. v. NEW YORK CITY. I). A....

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

Wt i " i ' Vv vv kf A lm"'lWSBJJJ(BBS!!W5! "qpayi'MMmwiawmMtiMn, & W243W5is0352a3Wtofc' H' v I' I' JSft. -i ' i J (BEHEiSE gaaSK vE-a TriTTrit-nirTTTBr. &ijt2u lr, w , W . i' i lit k fe lb MISSED THE LEADEN SHOWER. An Ex-Confederate Tells How a Kiss li the Moonlight Saved Him. "I "vr&s a lieutenant-colonel of a Ken teiofcy regiment," said Col. John C. Underwood, of Kentucky, to a Boston Qtobe man. "Our command was in East Tennessee, and one bright moon light night I concluded to ride away from camp and take a look about the vicinity. "I rode several miles and, coming to & farm house, hitched my horse and knocked at the door. A young woman, the most beautiful I had ever seen, it JIZL-A , no . ilna n seemed to me, appeared after a while n and invited me m. i i "She and her aged mother were the , OlilV UUUUpUUbB Ul tUO UUUSO, liUW UlOll of the family being in the Confederate w army, r. "We chatted pleasantly for a ;! few minutes, when my fair hostess arose a m- nftimi ....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 November 1893

MBlfiMMMBHBHMMMMMlMM JsxS&$fsi r LXV M ."- - - - .-r - ' V ,;:& ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. 15 A SrealMfertising Medial TRYIT! Do you K,ttnt rc liable news? Do you want a fearless -rare advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver tise in THE B E! It has ihe largest bona Me circula tion of any Afro- tmsrican journal published at the Capital '.' & VOL. XII WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 1893. 223931 N m in immyr-mm HKB ZBJBP.T.: (J-3IJHllS-1 rcji - -.i,T1. VH- J-WJ ''. S- ,-.!. . ll'" JL- 7TT, - 7- l-l 1 Tk iLJfi i!AV , b . -. '1-1 i.. i.'J r(t:Wla-lC- - JX-Th T'J,i-l " a " v - - - - - ,. ' ". - .. J j.'j 1. - - - " ' '. ... J ' " I lit.. - - I IN. 'gTWIl-rT fT - . . fc - . , TLV " --"-n- iWitfr-firf-rwmri nil , 1 VlVJ U ..BgHKX - M I Fortune-Teller "and Clairvoyant. slha time-don't delay t t the eatest living Clair - t on eath. To be fore waru o bo forearmed. Come fand thy destiny at once. Re main ,-or.ir hi darkness, but seek .'.,. ; trbt of knowledge, ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 November 1893

JP- ? - t! &v MMagawwiowsawrasSBtoWga hftF't i&mMfc bo flMBUflftj'r c .. 1 y L'i 'I fc v THE BEE i Pabj ehed every Saturday at 1109 1 Stree orthwesl, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office a! Washington as second class mail matter. W.CALN CHASE, KDORlr, EDITOR ROSS. There iR a desire on the pare cf some ODe to continue to misrepre een editor James A. Ross to the administration. Mr. Ross has jnst returned to the city from the Ohio campaign where be has been making speeches in the interest of the democratic party. He has uevpr. at any time criticised Mr. Cleve land nor did he have the alleged published interview, MRS. HAGAN IN TOWN. Mrs. Hagan, the electrician of Wilia'nis porr, Penn. was in the eiry $ this week on a visit to h-r daughter. Mrs. Jfannie Gregory, the wife of Prof -James Gre gory of Howard University. Mrs. Hagan is one of the most enter raining and enterprising women in this country. She left for her home "Wed nesday morning. THANKSGIVING SUPPER. The annual...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 November 1893

77 T'.rJTV- -i-kf -. ,,-r- , -a-o -- - .- 1 jj-. y, T W 4fpwj myf i.n" ' 11 1 1 1 ijts"- T. .;,.; i Mmtmimim'm'' " i iiiMiiwfi"iiMiiiiT iWiiiriiiTifTiii-ir- ,,- --,11 mY ww ;tx gmmmnmm BCSiKMi 1 iiTViiiumi r s F V-Wr VllEV " , - ilironch a kurcd. on tnc ta went of uu sing tee .pie and re, c"-' iiin vraa los, one e auuuo e enghi rkT llUt- .,rtio'm('J me. a"u hn. flM.n waa " Jim 01 -"" put in lan and thft tO Ps? iUJ c uea " dde rest- ling Ul ; to the cue was ras -- olltfwUr earn u cago; x; cnrin'J use, Bo? dent ol ce - js. ??5. Ldeip' dresseut vUTUOlilZED AGENTS 1SAST WASHINGTON. v i-owJer, o 18 3rd S. E. .. . 1 for advertising f arnisnea on appii ' 1 M)tectionable aiivertibeinents -will not ;" '"6l.rtcdai any price.. All rerUUancefc " "b ,,e niH'li' ly draft, postal money order '" ' ...... !.at tar tii,. nrsrarded . i , is at the sender's risk, lr ...,., ihi- amount and what it. js fo ,i . distinctly slated. , , ..tier, etc.. should ts c-t.ressed KfcE PUBLISHING, CO. Wt'Khinum D. C "...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 November 1893

SCSIKrrsr- ?' JUfcJ -- ftffs5ij -1 Z'Z-Z3&tKSs P 1' iiaWMIff'TI-1TTir-TTT-li KS sasaaaai hi Fifty Cents Per Wee& MISSED THE LEADEN SHOWER. BIG BATTLESHIP SUNK. INTERVIEWING! TRAMPS. ? ,. if t t; H II I 4 I i'" i .Ah Kx-Confederate Tells How a Kiss ift tke Moonlight Saved Him. I was ft lientenanfc-colonel of a Ken tagtqr, regiment," said Col. John 0. TJadarirood, of Kentucky, to a Boston Globe man. "Our command was in East Tennessee, and one bright moon light night I concluded to ride away from o&mp and take a look ah out the Ticinity. "I rode several miles and, ooming to a farm house, hitched my horse and knocked at the door. A young woman, thef most beautiful I had ever .seen, it seemed to me, appeared after a while and invited me in. "She and her aged mother were the only occupants of the house, the men of the family being in the Confederate army. We chatted pleasantly for a few minntes, when my fair hostess arose and said: 'Colonel, you ran a great riBk in leaving you...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 November 1893

i ' f J ( v S F" M r ESTAbLiantu JUNE 2, 1881 U has the largest coflfl e circula tion of any Afro- American journal published at the Capital VOL. XI f is an id ' cm Be Hews of the City Dished Up for The Beg Readers. PERSOKAL FOISTS POINTEDLY PUT. Home News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issue Other Hitters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Hon. .John 11. Lynch, is on his farm in Xatcht'Z. Miss. Hon. IJ. K. Bru e, has returned to the cu from Oiiio. Prof. Win. L. Brown is spending a litlk vai-aMon in New York. Tin President has not commissioned Mr. i'. II. J. Taylor minister to Bolivia. liall the retention of Cardozo longer impede the progress of the colored Hifili sclio 1. Tin colored democratic league has indnisi'il r. James Matihews, of Albany for lenuuer ot dee s. Mr. Josepli Pleasants, has arrived in the ri i from Greensburg, Pa., after au ai-sin-e of six months. Mi.vr. James A. lloss and W. Calvin ChuM, will lea-e the city next week to attend Hie Cmci natti convention. Mr...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 November 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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 November 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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