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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 November 1893

J5s&jjassjyss s-:ffii&S23! rs w ' 1 ..I nsr -jflii &KjQAWt ff&i if ? -3 ; '- (5afavtMUKKawasaaR u 1 )' w i VM, '. 1- :.- : -.ft' IF Si I . h 'W, 14 I J i-" . 11 .t: 2 . . . SCARED THE PROFANE KANSAN. John Mierman's ay of Calminc an Ex cited Westerner in Early Days. Years ago, as many as forty almost, John Sherman, of Ohio, now Senator, went out to Kansas as a commissioner, with others, to investigate certain law less proceedings in that section, says the Detroit Free Press. In the course of the investigation one long-whiskered, bepistoled native who was before the commission began to express him self with a profane forcefulness that was not at sill complimentary to the Government or its representatives, and Mr. Sherman asked the official sten ographer to take down the remarks or the gentleman from Kansas. Mr. Sherman then let the angry citizen go on until he had had his say. "Now, look here," said Mr. Sherman, "do you know you have been making yourself liable to pros...

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. — 2 December 1893

Bttfyvfg siiaL .""? vv ' ''" " ?' t-ni.r; r-:si &&&&-. n-gmnn -aijiiim imi'iTW friiWi fiiigii f i Sth iiflilikiWi "" ,. ,: v V - .: tvJ'v - - " t'Sfti T'' &- ' .J"-'Vij; M.TfUf'- -r ' K ? v " m 4 STABUSHED jUNEaloo- MX foitlirnililifleiln TXT IT X 0as the largt i fide circula- Do you ?sn r- 5 Do you want 40ican """"', fearless race - F V AJ HBHfe S71 LfcAw' ' fAe 1 ! ;fc;;ffl ,,)L. XII iit id w. I fas of the City Dished Up for Ilis Bee Readers. POINTS POINTEDLY PDT. gomo e-crs uii o"" jLi-.u.sii- 3 f 4 i '1'MniMJw. td Since our .Last Issue Other jlatters Worthy of Careful Con- deration. Detertivo Lacey and Weeden are i-mir good work. Mr Finn 13atson Bergan will be in iliPCit in January. Dr. Francis lias been reindorsed for the Freeilint'ii' hospital. The Ross and Astwood negro demo oanc Iciisup will combine. Jlr James A. Ross, has been in Balti more, Md.. for a w-ek on business. TheCotorie's complimentary Thanks -irings evening was a grand affair. Mrs. A. M. Blac...

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

-i--ii v9!3---.-i?KafS't- -wvavv.-wjsjj-vY'-""8"-?" v'3JBSW?WsitfiSW'j-" -" v4Jtfpi: : WsJ i-rSHw gn&m; " 2f--'tf-' $ - X W-:T'm mW 7 a Hfrif'Sr r r- : - ' h I k - l &, " 44 ': 1.4.. it 4 " BEK Pub vhcd every Saturday at 1H'9 1 Slrw orthxrest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washir?torj as second class mail matter. W.CAL-u-TNT CHASE, KDORtr. T ., olored business men of this G1V should organize for their mutual benefit. It is not believed that the President .will commisson Mr. C. id. J. Taylor. The combination fight for the possession of the Freedmen's hospital is still going on. It looks as if the administra tion will be out before many negro democrats will be appoint ed. Judge Aliller has no doubt convinced police court cappers that he will give them lhe full extent of the law when they are brought before him. It was Mr. 0. H3 J. Taylor who said that Hon J. M. Langston was an applicant for reco der of deeds under Mr. Cleveland. rlhe President has not made up...

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

w$p .- ?sfr-2rTr; tS" -c- -jp; " vfj;' $ 't&ifrtw&'Wgzt T" vs'-1' -a ? TP J?& - " r,i- v -- -r r"it-i 'tf in ii-i i i - -- -' " - HEJ JBTB3B: l;1riUKIZFD AUEM'S SAS1 WASHINGTON. , iert 318 3rd S. E ' ....lumableiiaveriiBeixieiltswillnol "' iit any price. All ren.itt-ances "' Hdeoy draft, postal money order '" sli, is at the Bender'e rise, la " . t.T. .imniuit 'mH wh1. if. Ik tnr . -,i" ,- uit; nuiu - ..- -- .'Ljbeawtinctlvgiated. no . ,-t - 1 ,1 Hk un.fivi.cccH Ail etwro. eic uw. - H-jE PUBLISHING. CO. Washlnulon D. O ZY. ZXTS. SATURDAY Ar .... mm? m-E ha re Had j W FowJer.s, 3183 d street, s. e. :'H B't..jer.lru-':Bt. co-ner ldtti and M lJhi.,,de'.piHftouse818Penn- Ae- n' w V i J.10UO f22S4J4stre'.n.w. Ins 6 R "U54 Btlvelf "W jP.ewart, 52 t-uuslvnia Ave. n. w. KEW YOEK CITY. D A.CJieen,429.6 Ave, SATURDAY, DE 2nd, 1893: Don't fail to seud in your names for tbf Bee-Sn'-cri'e to and advertise in the Bee, Vu extensive notice on all advertisers wiiapFai liext week Patronize...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 December 1893

aarin; iinWiViiinni.vHgy f'! namnriM.. .i.'ttr ja.rtr,, .. 4&anteaaj i 1 if A M : t i y-.' i b M- n j J THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. General. lAustria's new Ministry promises to extend the "ballot. Northern Pacific employees will he cut 10 per cent on Decemher 1. Eight persons were killed by an avalanche in the department of Basse Pyrennees. Behel, the Socialist, says Dr. Miquel, the Kaiser's friend and financier, is a revolutionist stilL Reports from South Africa state that the Matabele troops are scattered, and that the war is over. Lieut Brown, U. S. A., "reports that American interests are not endangered on the Mexican border. George Heil, of Clairinglon, 0., was robbed of $300 after the highwaymen had broken his legs and arms. The retrial of Dan Coughlin for the murder of Dr. Cronin at Chicago prom ises sensational developments. A seat in the New York Stock Ex change sold last ...

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

J "-"fl .fraygi s r 1 ,rTSlKHED E2,issi. JjfJSVj- . I s mL K. H H? B B, ! MM En H . ' ?& .x. TlX rant -fc , ". ia y,nk:slar9est fCfr ywrMi b. XII ImWT CJ V MM Ck ZA 'v S ;' -. few. ,8 .tr Hk a k m" riliMBiilrTliT1WMiiitii -IiT-t'i n v jfc' V , & b! V 1 ' X mIITi I Mill I I III I II Tw ii . -"flF y M IS A Great AdTeiifsing Kedfam ti:y it i Jo you Onf re liable news? Do you xcant a fearless race advo cate? Do you tv ant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in T1IJED EjEI rX AS UIETGTON, D.. 0., SATURDAY DEJEMBBK 9 1893. in :;:: m . it News of k City Dished Up. for Be Bee Readers. gBOUL POINTS POINTEDLY. POT. gome News and Events Trnspir ti Sinco our Last Issue Other jlattors Worthy of Careful, Gon- jideratloa. Advertise tlj' EE- Frank Hall lias closed, up business. .. H. Smith lias moved in his new 6ee. J. K. K is the sporti'.g editor of 4eBEh. Tfap colored people in Missipjpi are surviug. Mr. J. A. Ross left for Norfolk, Va., ; fteduteda iheiwpption of Mrs. Lillian "Baray rasj...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 December 1893

'm U ! B( .' f ' I. I'- ! J! iii T ,. ..; 5 !i - ? L r i t 1 I I- K l?l fir t y . Y) if! .11 ' IB' ' J 17 BKK rv Pub tshed every Saturday at 11U9 1 fcuee ortlrw est, "Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washlrton as second class mail matter. W.CALTN CHASE,KDORr. Let us have suffrage. The Presidents' message was a strain lit forward document. Colored lawyers like politic ians will cut each other if . hey can. The people ought to petiti n this ongress to restore the lee five franchise Suffrage was taken away from the people because too many negroes voted. The President is not in a hur ry to make changes in the dis trict governmen'. The colored high schoolf of this city is greatly in need of a head. Strange to say there is more body to the m chine than there is sense in the head. The people of this city should elect their own officers, and there is no reason why that the elective franchise should not be restored to the people. No class of people in this country would subm t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 December 1893

-wiaMwwMWBBBwiiMaiiit ', ? ' ; i.t.a; Li,. .... i,...-- : jm liB WHY HANK WAS NOT HANGED. T A T-T THE 0KllJKNr OLD LINE .. , ' ' " II ir . A.. J31CxVSON 50 60 50 50-50 50 50 50 50 25 2525 25-25 25 25 55 10 -10 1 WITH MR 1 in -i-n in in in in in 10 fl .yii'liUiUZKI AGENl'tt .-!! ""' ..- yuaKe 00. i(1 iii, u M,S!UMii i, sijj, m sii 51,, '1 lows, uianifnn. - .,, a ... ,.,u .1 ..:. ill - w 1 1 11 : 11 1 muhtu iTTnnr rini"rniinn 1 1 1 1 1111 i.r. 11 Im mi 111 1.11 iii 111 1 11 v . mm h J Oh WW WXM Yi Vim vi MWUiiB ml 1 ( Mi EAST WASHINGTON, t.lor. 318 3rd S. E. , - ,ivrUsine farnisnedon apnu " '" uDiectiouable aaverciseuientB willnoi ? :T"' ;J;de by draft, postal money order ...nf'o'-oiiijtwr MuB or-xraea ,.ny, is at the sender's risk, in ..i'!v the amount and what It 1b fo. jBeillBUUCtlVBtoWd. ,u?rs. etc., miuum , --iCDDCw BiE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C Ai TflKi) EV2"Y SATURDAY A' U09 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD j w. Fowler ,s, 3183 d street, s. e. fa' Be:ier...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 December 1893

IU w l ? m.i usasscsatfussnajDiia'sar. r $ 4 r- tv I 9, THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. General. The Pope's health is unusually good. Embezzler Weeks received ten years in State prison. Prof. Tyndall, the famous English scientist, is dead. The yellow fever quarantine has been raised at Brunswick, Ga. Murderer Deliino was electrocuted at Sing Sing on Monday. Five persons were poisoned by eat ing oysters at Fort Wayne, Ind. King Humbert and Queen Marghe rita were publicly Mssed at Rome. Andrianoff, who murdered the Mayor of Moscow last March, has been de clared insane. Rev. and Mrs. John Alden celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary at Providence, R. L Brazilian insurgents in Rio Grande do Sul 'defeated Government forces and took 1,000 prisoners. Secretary Lamout denies the story that he and President Cleveland are interested in wood pulp. Michael Henuessy, of Gaylordsville, Conn., is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 December 1893

i ' ardK-t- ,vwsj- T i.i ' U os-, - - -t f 1 j- t IS A ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. fas the largest bona tide circula tion of any Afro American journal $fr published at the Capital. ' VOL. XII fifl :::::: on in cm. u The Sews of the City Dished Up for The Bee Readers. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT. Homo News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issne Other Matters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Tin1 recorder lias returned looking well ami hearty. Tlio liigli school is in another muddle. An investigation will probably result in some changes in the higli school. Henry Johnson's daughter has been appointed cooking teacher in the pub lic schools. The Baptist ministers meeting was largely attended on Monday. Many sub jects of interest were discussed. There is a course of lectures in pro gress in the law school of Howard Uni versity. Secretary Frank I3undy is working hard to make a line institution. Professors Layton and Birney deserve nvilit in bringing the school up to such high standa...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 December 1893

iiicgwwferaiM&atag3a-itaMrtwi.gt'.'ia3 J y$ . i Jfi l I iw 'if uy i- 14 I v i i C I" I I (i ' ( ? ii VV l i ) THE BEE Pab. flhed every Saturday at 1109 1 Stree orth vest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washir?top as second class mail matter. W. CAL-tw CHASE, EDITOR. S A TALK WITH FRED DOUGLASS. Misfortune of tlie Xegrro that the Sins of the Few Arc Visited Upon the Many. ,From the Post. Hon. Frederick Douglass, who was the Haitian commissioner at the "World's Fair, has returned to his home, Cedar Hill, A nacostia. In a talk with a reporter yesterday .Mr. Douglass would not express an opinion on the Hawaiian question, Faying he thought he ought to reserve it until the res lu tion of Mr. Hoar should find compli ance. "Will Minister Smy the he able to con summate negotiations looking to the acquirement of the Mole St. Nicholas?'' "I am not informed," he said, "if the government of the United States will endeavor to acquire the Mole St. Nich olas as a coaling or nav...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 December 1893

&mXii&& tew rA;. rvif&y&t itte-ny JW -r ---" -. HiHaainaiHHWMMaHMiaHasHanHwnBBaiiaiiBniBaBnvaHvaRHiHHMiiwiiiniMtBiD HiMMBBiBHBBHiiiHiiHBamBNBHH T 4 i"' . , . -r .fcStii rf0E n-nvmtl eAS?T WASHINGTON. iv; 3rd S. E . ijreWKT' f urnisned on appli b f": a .Up idvertinements will not ai?ri ttONT-1 KHittt Ul5t t l" "? e. Ail ruiwkwuiwc ..utt. postal money order oc in" . ,,..,. Mrt,.o c-rvarded j lb at the sender's risk. In v i he amount and what it is for n ' ' ba ad-dressed ..i.. ctfpd. ..t should Kiel's. lv"' USE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O I IN" T,CU t n WHBBE THE BEE CAN BE HAD wKver,s,31S3dBtreet,B.o. ' .. iiru'",8t, corner IStn and M i U. Be ...in uv Kt, LOU"" -" . , ... wmise.SiSPenn. Ape., n. WV T ' .-.kji w. S44stnet,n. w. 4V stivt't, n. w. ;,2 tVunslvania Ave. n. w. KEVT YORK CITY. u... Green, 42. 6Ui Ave. ... ' lnck-oi,-- , lie. 205 4 6tiv-t, n. w. sTl-Kl'VV. DEO. 16th, 1893. Locals u, 1 line- A- 1 ,ss lms flesk room in ,,S;f W. Calvin Chase, 400 iin Nor...

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. — 16 December 1893

If Ijf y ivr. rraai i :is.o&"C2CKzrn?rJ .33SttS 4. Mr n LI Fi lj 1L 1 t n M & i 1 v: h f la' J . A""" . i' THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. General. The Spanish police are still gatherin 1T o In Anarchists. Prof. Tyndall, the famous English scientist, is dead. A revolution is said to be brewing now in Venezuela, A woman was convicted of horse stealing in Columbus, O. There were 383 failures throughout the United States last week. France is organizing torpedo com panies on the Russian plan. The indictment of Col. Ainsworth and others is practically quashed. New dispensary bill has been intro duced in the South Carolina Senate. New warships for Great Britain are to be built with all possible despatch. Mr. Gladstone is ill, but it is hoped that he will be about again very soon. The debt statement for November shows an increase of $6,716,49S in the public debt Ex-Speaker Grow announces ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 December 1893

"W$ Ba-Mf-vyaa..?! :; . TJ, "" - r "Him . '..--.. ,ht., nfU.X. . , i.1jfiriiii ),l.. .'.. f 'f7 ;.. , - J. ... -. - .h. , .-. ' Ii 'If"1' " ""' flm 1 1 i f , ,..n ,.. . inf i Ht- o, - M8 Jhtrt' VQUsfrZ ZLsfcjT M "Si- I ESTABUSHED JUNE2.18S1- ISA Great Advertising Media ,tffls fAe oesf TUT IT I Do you iZant re liable news? Do you tcani a fearless race advo cate? Do you teant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in TJEOBD EJ2l. fife " A, of any Afro- baton journal fished at fAe, Capital 'W- - r - - - . H: :V., ,--' , . . . .' -fit-- "" $? " X" All VOL. WASHINGTON, D C, SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 1893. i am BI ID CHS!. SO 17 PUBL,IO OPINION. I Ins of the City Dished Up for The Bee Readers. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT. Home News and Events Transpir ed Sinco our Last Issue-Other Matters Worthy of Careful Con $ideration. Cardnzo should toe removed, is what GeoKje Martin has a great, charity SClll'Ult on loot. Smith Wonnley will he urged to suc ceed Dr Hiadd in the county as school trustee. Ite...

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. — 23 December 1893

, - MOiiii'.il t3b5a!r--afci &aawsjswetsBte V'l.,. 4 MM9ra?B r : tan ii & i 1 f f Ki lit $:3r 1 '-f - V j n pj; , ".ST: l P! If V: 4f 1 4 i K4 SB, :. rv & i K H i 'I '-f. V v '. fell' V MB ft Pub. shed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class mail matter. W. CALYJtf CHASE, EDITOR. " ?g .... j. WELL, IT IS SETTLED. The Bee has published from time to time the imjast discrimination that the principal of the high school Prof. Oardozo, was mak mg agains Prof. H. M. Brown by retusing him the use of one UDoccnpied room to enable him to 'carry on his instructions in physics. Prof. Cardozo's decision was appealed from and carried to Mr. Cook, who decided against him in favor of Oardozo. A more outrageous act never was perpetrated upon a gen tleman and the pupils of the high shcool. Prof. Brown 'then appealed to the trustee of the Seventh school division, Mr. Bruce, who has had the matter under considera...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 December 1893

ifigni Mmmm ..'3.ci. -r3,?irE5,''i- r &&3B3ftgHfe f-W f 'rf03 BEHJ .JJkIZKI) AGENTS CHRISTMAS II JUBEA. AS1 WASHINGTON. Ljis 3x-a o. -E" w roffler' ...ircr rnrnTKnerf on annli I v "tiou.tble advertisements wUlnot I ' orfe bv dmft, postal money order l-y818 " i'tr Mm.a orarded ir -. isatine Bemici i. - " nevtue amount and what it is foi iriuctlv stated. . p-r Bhould bs ad-dressed 'A'1 .iirTn on USE llTBLilnw, w. Washington D. O OBSERVANCES AT THE SEPULCHRE. SACRED TE-y SATURDAY AT .,. ITTIOTT Tk n HEBE THE BEE CAN BE HAD , ur Rnc:er,B,3iS3 d street, s.e. fa ' ;o. Mrnpr 181.li and M llLBeUer.uruBio-, lpl.la House, SttPenn. A.,n. w. ,w. ' ,-Cn i . 4!4 stn er, n. w. " fi:t 41 street, n.w. I gewarLVyJ Peunsjlvania Ave. n. w. NEW YOEKCITY. D. A. Oreen, 429,6th AYe, o qTRlUWDE 0. 23rd, 1893: s Loeals. i.o o.iviM'Li.sements in the Bek j when you want first class goods for jjaaij-don't tail to patronize them. nn Kms.. r22 7th st. 31. w., Can- fefrom 10 ci-nts to 60 cents per lb. V is...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 December 1893

Mr bW I W ' -I I YE ANCIENT CHRYSTEMAC.. 1 fsSirs, !UMM3LJMs3iJJ -iEUTll ' -zM' ui ZZSZ&2Z, rssasrssspasai I S jEBfevQ-v.' n 111 h ffMtm i fSr .-.AinHB'rv 1 lilLUI I i.Xm m AM el ' Ijr i s . .rf7H7.jr .r y i j "H- ' )iima H : M " Ifc was an ancent hariier man, uir rtll K P ' m And e ssms of cliristmas time, mi,YJLI7S2rtis MBfiHflBBwiBOtlAivilfi) P - ' M ' In the good old days of the knightly age, WM-iMMS&iOM llHHHffiHBHMllnEP'l II- m " And he sang hi uncouth rhyme: ffilBRliwES iBMJ!Imb mmSSMISSBOUmi W "Oh, a goodlie Knighte was bold Sir Rude, l'Mit liitlSMMWMmBt mM'MlWStMWWBSKm m' m And he lived in a lordlie hallo; jfVmKSi wlmwl ilAfffliMMy SmBBBKMI Kl J S ' And greate was his bountie to alle good souls, .IfnWv ojflli lVivr!ntl vJviKuof.gl8!J I' w For he f ed both greatc and smalle. WMliMwt mxt&MmtmmmSSSlSMmBm Ml i I " "Ye hinde he ploughed the valley land, k MwIMBSIBkS' WwimMiJftmMWBS V 1 ' And he tolled both earlie and late; BnSSBSi!cKISIf(i 1 WMWWmStBmlKBi K v I For y...

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

iS -OS ""'-. - , - "' ' .,,-,.- v -- I : ' ,H '"''," 'I' v ' l . -- I ESTABLISHED ''":' JVCv A m VI A II I I' I MM M f ,- IS A Crea! Advertising Msdium TBYITI Do you iZant reliable-news? Do you xcant a fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver tise in THJBB EJEJ! I june 2, lssi. I WA I V Lm. Air JffilLC' ILAI a a a I a& l imm m 1 w iPi 71 JL a am It has the largest '1. - i- MM fv vol. xir iwiirrrrrrv IS i ::::.', lie lews of the City Dished Up for The See Readers. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT. Home News and Events Trans pir cd Since our Last Issne Other Blatters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Thp Queen of Song, the King Tenor, the Prince f Readers and other stars Jauii'D loth and 16th. Thf1 greatest living singer of the age is .flora liatson. Go and see his diaminds and jewelry if nut) ingmore. The Union choir of the Baptist Sunday-school Union is under the direction of liot- J. T. Layton. Rc. James H. Lee was kindly re numbered by his congregation ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 December 1893

I IP i; , it TFt? ' t -" " , t I '. " 3 5tei h -Jif . ' i- tes fat si ir .5V nr'& -L:'mm: if II TSI - , BEE Pab. ehed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington as second class mail matter. W. CAliYJK CHASE, Editor, PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. Pros ident G-rover Cleveland is a remarkable man. Re is one of those characters which a nation provides at long intervals. He is a man of sterling integrity and marked individuality. Friends and foes, democrats and republicans, alie concede to him, that- .force of character which necessarily makes a lasting impression upon the timea in which he is an actor. While a democrat, he is not a follower, but a leader of his party ; he does not receive instructions from the superanuated leaders ot his party, but blazes the way and invites them to follow. In the recent discussion of the silver question he declared for un conditional repeal and he got it, notwithstanding the threats of party bulli...

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