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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 December 1893

,I... p--" -Vu wiP5 ' " ' ) ", ' - W " T i 4 1 l . J MP i If 1-1 J y ft l 1 t . j& 3 "N ' A- SOJ H f i.-i . Wv i i && r . i - i m ;j x w. '": I i E BR r JM If If1 I nP 1 h if If JSSM "GOOD-BY, OLD YEAR, GOOD BY." "Goofl-by, old year, good-by." "We've had good times together; 3Tou gave us many a bright blue sky, And sometimes stormy weather. But we've had lots of fun We've skated, fished and boated; And now, just as the year is done, In school we've been promoted. Old year, be brave and proud; With banners floating o'er you, lou join the shadowy crowd li ur. years tnat went Deiore you. Good-by, old year, good-by; With "finis" to your story, The stars shine out on high To light your way with glory. Harper's Young People. ( BESIEGED BY WOLVES. ATURALISTS and lovers of wild scenery may con sole themselves with the knowl edge that how ever destructive industrial prog ress may be in changing the face of nature, the CgJ!? middle and north ern jrennsyivumu. will always be a -wil...

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 January 1894

- - - - "". ;. -r ., , v . '-.M-'. i -,- 'i' v i . . ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1831. It has the largest bona fide circula Hon of any Afro American journal published at the Capital. VOL. XII IIS EOT I m lie The flews of the City Dished The Bee Readers. Up for PERSONAL POINTS POIKTED'LY PDT. Koino News and Events Transpir ed Since oar Iiast Issue Otlxer Matters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. W. II. Jones is fast improving. W. Calvin Chase, Jr., and 3eatreess Luciiida Chase, who have been ill with the grip and malaria fever, have great ly improved. Tie school house of Rev. E. W. Will iams of Abbeville. S. C, and private residence were destroyed by fire last week. Mr. James W. lloss the colored dem ocrat, called on the civil service com mission last week and asked for an in vestigation of the wholesale discharge of colored girls from the Bureau of Engraving and printing. Judge Miller of the police court has given wa ruins: to all church disturbers that he does not intend to be bothered and...

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. — 6 January 1894

& 'a-f" nsr" -4Vr- -- jr 1 '" The latest report is that Col. M. M, Parser is improving, and that, so far as resigning his place is cons cerned, it is foreign to his mind. A small man, like some negroes, they never resign a government job un. less they are uquested to do so. If Col. Parker was to resieu "white Til BE "V- PQb. shed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, "Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class mail matter. W. CALYNT CHASE, EDITOR, OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT. Mr. President I know that you have liad a great responsibility upon you, ',so much so that the American people sympathize with you. Now, Mr. President since you are non partisan in your views would it, not be a handsome thing to recommend to coDgress a consti tutional amendment to the effect that any ststes that permits lynch mg or any state in which a person is lynched shall pay to the heirs of such lynched person the sum of $50,000, levying a per capita tax on every ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 January 1894

TSSSt" inBwPwwwaaattwt&f HmwncmM Bweiaea.Tfi tMMBtoBSi&lsMES SS r v nwjr-yji , 1 " 1 I THE BE133 AUTHORIZED AGENTS .' EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, SIS 3rd S. E. Genmil.fl Dr. Fred. A. CookJ )roposes to try to juulu 1'oiEiiexc year. The New Jersov h&ln wn i.c ,, - -3 a t-v 3 MAttn 1 x -- n. J nmA Jl T . . WVi eiiouiu oe m?e wj uw j"'' ""-v wiuer iju&seu oy ootli hou'sfo of Congress a .od !ttr JUn.. orai-ded "Rfltvnrrl S C,.i X t, . is at the Bender's risk, in tSsiiniatob for advertising furnisned on appll iyJlU obiecUouableadverciKeinentswIllnot inspriedat any price. All remittances THIS WESTS mm. A Summary of Currel Events-The World' Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed ft Our Readers. ! China will pay $40,000 to the rela tives of the Swedish missionaries, Wickholm and Johannsen, who were murdered by a mob at Sung Pu in July last. An insane patient on Blackwell's Island. New York, was restored to his family this week after thirty years, during which time h...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 January 1894

-rJK--i --.X- T,T- If"- KSZESSSU mmmmmmmam j 3gSTfcysjCTSxjkeaaa!J3 r-' K'X I tfor asecnaon robes. This Is no Miller- A MIDNIGHT INCIDENT. There Was a Tremendous Racket Not Made by Burglars. The liead of a home in northeast ti oe awovonofl hr hia wife with the information that burglars mitted, and hedged about with strict we in the house. He ridiculed her rules and conditions which have mate susplcions at first, but some ominous rially served to soften the old-time noise from the region of the kitchen brutality, football seems to have had, finally convinced him that something its dangers and roughness accentuated was wrone witn tne "improvements" in the regu--He got up. and, not having a weapon, lations surrounding it It is no longer seized a bronze ornament and boldly a sport into which the contestant en started on a tour of inspection. En- ters depending alone upon skill and tering the dining-room ho managed to endurance. The college elevens now overturn several chairs as a prelim...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 January 1894

" "MM I IMI I .! mmf'wiwerGsszM!imu .fr-i , ,,. . --- PRSwEaKsu?? : ?d..3ptxf.'.T3gfs'-'-r. -; .jHBgpss --.r 'SkSs "' --A. f t - l i ' v 1 :', V '-' "'" fr- -U ""S54irraX.nWkW ESTABLISHED (JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital , fc '.:,j,'E!kv W "" : ' ''"'' ' "'7':J,n' '" ' k--i y "' " i L lfl x ' ' raff . f ( Iwf ,y BP S Do you want col- HaZ I tIsvP -.: r L 1 r" l. xir i ' ' ...aa.iLAa, ,l!!!Ji! rolL- WAS,ITISrGTONT, D G., SATURDAY JANUARY i3, 1894.1 --f, . fflOl CHiT AIB CHAT. eCallybakEd w p THBVBAT. - - ik uiuif c b iv whaa EEi t s -iff m w n l - r i phtti-i -v. . - The lews of the City Dished lip for The Bee Reader!;. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PDT. Kcmc News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issue Other Sitters Worthy of Oxvb ful Con sideration Tbauka to thp Secretary of Agri culture for copies of reports of the roccopists and Food Piodacts, 1 and 2. Little Gu:da Sbeppard, tbe daughter of Mr. and Mrs- ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 January 1894

Hf -mwf '-s J$& Wfift&p'wb"-''' w X r ffmwnwiiPj'Mytw awj a-'t i. i i V- W X- Pub. shed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washirgton as second class mall matter. W. CALTN CHASE, EDITOR. Congress ought to stand by the President. The introductory addiess of the recorder was great. Mr. D mglas lashed Mr. Laugston 01 last Tuesday evening. The old man eloquently made Lmgstou feel that be was on hoc coals. The taffy that Mr. Langston gave Mr. Douglass some time ago fell off on last Tuesday night. No fair minded person will say thar the President is wrong on the Hawaiian question. The Republican leadens are in town, and now you may look for a hot campaign from beginning to finish. The Bee is of the opinion that it is as much as some newspapers published in this city can do to at. tend to their own business. The Bee always makes its appearance on Saturday mornings. The IBee is strongly impressed with the belief that the Presid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 January 1894

' i BT"Bifii r "" ' V fit-' n373E3." JFO t't 111 i rumfariirtflujii a i a ?-s- -MWWiWMMSm K.g-Wgazi.JI.Xil.'lll K 1 aiiUUI.MMUre-r-t --l-. - iMW 1 wrnimrmssRm&v'- -v - - - : :. nTfggggJi1-? m&$?&mmasmmmLL juimml .igaBB?:,: 4'wr.,jrr- maJBimiamm0Btemami2m '&m&f,,a-miiamiBmtsm sc. w i -vivee- , & ' ?t-we55a:f hi in i iii i mimwm i lit mm inn i re - m -". -'- .-'l t - - vr 2 " ... - - r i jva - hl . --.- rrft- - . ,a " ' airmiii .w.ium ijmd vfj-.i-Amcnci' b., i r . i - ":e-7.-?n'v j-j .-j (KitouiBtes" '- ' 1 ' l "" - " - - -r - '- spgaSPV .-v - - -V-"'1 4-' '?- I t.Cn.!yWry; , . mpammjiammm ;i- ""'"'"' "' ' lit. ......ii.llwiiCTtiCTWtMWM ' ' ' "' ''' "" ' ' ' ' '" ;." '" ' " ' .T , i I ..i ... . I. . i i i . t XilS EE UTUOlUZJ5D AGENTS EAST WASHINGTON. s,ifliateb for advertising turn i sneer on uppli a obiectionauleattvernbeiuentswillaoi ! '""inserted at uny price. AJ1 rwUUanceK "n.,Ui ne niHde by draft, post money order ...... r. ay. is at the sender's risk, n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 January 1894

v - gy "j" s i WEaLS -itj? fc ! fcr irr- i I FOR LAZY FISHERMEN. The Fish Jlins the ISell and the Angler loes (h Jlest. "As lazv as a lishrmau" is a proverb of general aeeoptance, but it is a safe bet that there are fishermen along the TTurisnn Wxor who can grand discount I the men about -whom the proverb was t first made, says the Uswego aimes. i These Hudson River men have a con i trivance bv which they are spared the f labor of holding the line as they sit on the river bank or on the end ot a clock and fish for the festive tomcod and the succulent eel. In fact, they needn't sit , at all if they don't -want to. They may lie down and go to sleep it tnev icei likfi it. and most of them do. Ana j therein is their laziness superior re thai ! of the ancient angler, who had to keep awake or lose his fish. Like most great inventions, this pro moter of laziness is exceedingly simple. It consists of a pointed stick, a piece of whalebone and a bell. The bell is fast ened to the whalebone, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 January 1894

iw;- - r - :, :, . -.' ,:.,' ; . 3BBBBBSHBPBlPPMBBBeBBBjpjpjBjpjpjpjpjEis w -jtfjga-. - ! V W BaBr 4iW sT mS 9S7 TTI iff r BSv Bm QHSlSlSlSlBlSlSlEIBlBlSkS; V' ' - r BJl -Bar ' Sl "k - 23fe nt -- -- J M. fcy ; ye Ji ii i V(L. XII IB CI The Sews of the City Dished Up for The Bee Readers. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT. Homo News and Events Transpir ed Since our Iiast Issne Otner Matters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lee have moved bcfc into their home, 915 11th street, northwest. Mr. W. Calvin hase will speak he fore the Shiloh Lyceum to-morrow af ternoon. Subject, "What Are We Do ing?" Miss Mamie L. Brown,- formerly -a graduate of the Normal School, has been re-appointed in the 8th division by Trustee L. A. Cornish. The appointment of Hon. B. K. Brice to the trusteeship of Howard University gives general satisfaction. Mrs. Ella V. Chase Williams will be in the city some time next spring. The Emancipators have commenced work. The people don't wrant any stree...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 January 1894

?&&! ;BT?tTr?f!w'7?,s""r'"; ni'iHHnM 'i H"MiliN)Wr ffflWHTnilim'WW I"WIWMWIMwIiHWHmiiiihwiiiwhi"iphii p mi iipi i I ' '" HiMHHHHHnMHVMiHH .: 3K fTE BEI. w - .- jji razm ai ' t rvas , rLWis rlfr-V2L l TV4 PL4&S& WW FWr j Sbjiined every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Washington, D. O. Entered at the Post Office at Washirton &b second class mall matter. W. CAL-V CHASE. EDITOB. SENATOR BRUCE SUCCEEDS BISHOP BROWN. At a meeting of the Board of Trus tees of Howard University, held in this city January 16th, Senator Bruce was unanimously elected trustee to succeed Bishop J. M. Brown, dp ceased. A better selection for this important position cou d not have been made. Mr Bp'ce is a broad minded, progressive man of the new school;, he has hadOarge and varied experience in public affairsand, ta en allin ais probably the best equipped, all around man among us. His elec tion is an additional guarantee to the country that the management of the "University are determined...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 January 1894

Sffirc r j -wwSo' l i t - ----- i in jmi mam yaMM. . T f m I v "lF 'I Hi i W3 SiHl I 1. 5j IS 3P . rs 2tt 31 2S jf ,nt, her no an -'OU ell, 8. IrlB the ew ilot jm the T-OE3 IBE13 AUTHORIZED AGENTS CAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 818 3rd S. E. W elHiimaieb for advertising rarnisnecl on appll - .".on. OblectiouableadvertlBementB'willnoi z-o inserted at any price. All remittances ivuld be made by draft, postal money order ., aartttarojjjttor Jrt,; crs'arded ... -uy, is at the sender's risk. In , -.miiflff T5jgy the amount and what it is for jn.nilJ be distinctly stated. AJl etters. etc., should b3 aa-dressed BEE PUBLISHING. CO. Washington D. C PUBLISHED EVERY SATUKDAY Ar 1100 I ST., IT. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD prof. J. W. Fowler,s, 3183 d street, s. e. J. H. Beller, Druggist, corner IStn and treet.Tiorthwest. Philadelphia House, 348 Perm. Ave., n. W. W. Jackeon, 228 4VS street, n. v Moses avne, 205 4J4 street, n.w. J. P. S'ewart, 352 fennsjlvunia Ave. n. NEW YOEK CITY. D. A.G...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 January 1894

f ZT'Tf" fy -mr - y r '- 2-oi ' . fe 1 ' h h; CM r; FOR LAZY FISHERMEN. tir The TimixJiRlDgs the Bell and the Angler Does the Best. ' "As lazy as a fisherman" is a proverb of general acceptance, but it is a safe bet that there are fishermen along the Hudson River who can grand discount the men about whom the proverb was first made, says the Oswego Times. These Hudson River men have a con trivance by which they are spared the labor of holding the line as they sit on the river bank or on the end of a dock and fish for the festive tomcod and the succulent eel. In fact, they needn't sit at all if they don't want .to. They may lie down and go to sleep if they feel like it, and" most of them do. And. therein is their laziness superior to that of the ancient angler, who had to keep awake or lose his fish. Like most great inventions, this pro moter of laziness is exceedingly simple. It consists of a pointed stick, a piece of whalebone and a bell. The bell is fast ened to the 'Whalebone, 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. — 27 January 1894

tz&it: 'H' . r- wag ' - - - . ' 'V ii . ? sa$ j, J !& ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital. VOL. XII irai chit a m 1 Ike lews of the Citj Dished Op for The Bee Readers. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT. Homo News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issne Other M"tters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Rev. R. S. Laws is doing- well in Pittsburg, Pa. The Feruion on last Sunday even ing by Rev. George W. Lee, to the Union League, was eloquent and logical. The Union Lpague is do ing good work in tbis city. There was a large and distin guished audience at the Shiloh Baptist Cburch Lyceum on last Saboath afternoon to listen to a paper by Mr. W. Calvin Cuasp, entitled "What We are Doing?" Prof. Lipscomb preBicted. W. J. Howard must retire from the Zion Baptist Church, A great demand is being made for Rev. Gib bous, the son of the late Wm. Gib bous. You cannot do without your mid day lunch and fine ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 January 1894

zr t& i - vi i'-afT Pr v -rr ? ?5P Jr f - V, THE Pab.lshed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington a& second class mail matter. W. CALYW CHASE, EDITOR. SENATOR BRUCE SUCCEEDS BISHOP BROWN. At a meeting of the Board of Trus tees of Howard University, held in this city January 16th, Senator Bruce was unanimously elected trustee to succeed Bishop J. M, Brown, de ceased, A better selection for this important position could not have "been made. Mr. Bruce is a broad minded, progressive man of the new school; he has had large and varied experience in public affairs, and, taken all in all, is probably the best equipped, all around man among us. His elec tion is an additional guarantee to the country that the management of the University are determined to keep that institution fully abreast of the times and to make it what its founders intended it should be a great na tional anti-color line seat of learning. AVe were ple...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 January 1894

lassHBmsraaraHsae l. 12 SfcS Jiet .; B GJ '! n A V , J V 'f-tgig&grM THE BEB .AUTHORIZED AGENTS EAST WASHINGTON, w Kovlcr, 318 3rd S. E. ,-,uni.iieh for advertising rurmsnec: on appli 3 ,uu. Obiectiouable advertisements will not -iti juserted at any price. All ren.ittancefc sJwnild be made by draft, posts money order a v. -!- zrl-ztarpA Attar Mli OTTIiydiid j.. .- way, iK at the Bender's risk, in ,, ,Mtitr .v tiie amount and what ills foi Hr.)d be distinctly stated. .Yil etters, etc., should b aa-dressed BEE PUBLISHING. CO. Washington D. C AfyrtMk pi BUSHED EVE11Y SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST. tf . W.. WASH.. D C. WEeke THE Bee can be Had jT-r. .1. W. FowIer,s, 318 3 d street, s. e. J. II. Metier, Bruges', coiner ISttt and tmst, north w bL. Philadelphia House, 343 Pen n. A?"., n. w. W. W. JjickEOi, 22S 4J strt er, n. v Mobss aviie, 205 4 street, n.v. J. P. S- ewart, y-52 eenusj lv ,nia Ave. i v. NEW YOEKOITY. D. A.Green, 420, dt h Ave. SATURDAY, JAN, 27 tb, 1S94 , THIS PEEK'S NEWS. A S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 January 1894

i T T "K5"TJ," ,Tl W ' '0 rflwwynliic -"- J fm If ' .-K,-v-;: -:. . - : CARING FOR OIL STOVES. Simple Rules to Prevent the Unpleasant Effects of Smoking. Whenever I detect any odor in my stove I always find a cause for it, eitlier in the oil which has flowed over the edge of the burner and is heated, but not burning fieely like the oil in the wick, Or in the half-burned, oily crust on the edge of the burner, or in a tiny speck of soot from a previous smoking. As soon as the cause is re moved the odor disappears. To clean the burners, turn the wick quite low, then wet a bit of soft cloth in hot, soapy water, wring quite dry and rub it well with kitchen mineral soap. With a dull-pointed knife or a wooden skewer rub the cloth into the inside of the burner down about one fourth of an inch, and scour off all the browned deposit As in all other forms of scouring, a generous use of elbow grease is essential here. All that will not scour off can be scraped off with a knife. Scour the outsid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 February 1894

mammavawawe RnmBHHMBII T- J-,T "T- -s.-1' - - rr&-:i'-! syw-.j jf ; -, a" J.JWTA'MNM .1 "SM ? 4s; - i "V - - i ESTABUSHED JUNE 2, 1881. v ; IS A Great Ad vsiilsfog Kediain TUT IT ! Do you fZatit re liable news? Do you icant a fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver tise in THJEDTZjE! 4 ft has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital i fea a M ff'T! HRTgr S- rRVMff ... - c saEuSaB -aS". W-tti.wW' e 0 VQL. XII WASHINGTON, D, 0., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1894. mm chit m m EI The News of the City Dished Up for .The Bee leaders.. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT. Homo News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issue Other Matters Worthy of Careful Consideration. Mis Blandena Deitz will be married soon. The United States jail is over crowded. The Acanthus Club is the most popu lar in the city. The new pastor at Aslmry church is quite a favorite. Recorder Bruce,.who left the citv'last week, lias returned. There will b...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 February 1894

KnftUumtmt 'ft ' ?'?. i - v.-V'.v- t-r. V. Yvtf,-j-? tt 5Sae '" ""'"W""'"''"'"' t f t I aJ k ' y ',. THE Pub. ished every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second clasB mail matter. W. CAlsYJN CHASE, Editor. A MISTAKE. A certain gentleman of this city re cently remarked to a representative of the dolored American that the colored public schools were not fit for his chil dren to attend. He is the same party who attempted to palm off his young hopefuls as white by sending them to a white school in the northwest. What is his criticism of the present excellent system of education in our public schools? Colored American. Oar esteemed contemporary iB in error in its reference to this "certain gentleman.'' No man has a higher appreciation for the colored people and the colored schools than this "certain gentle man." Before he sent his children to the white schoola he coosulted several lady teachers, friends of his, and they ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 February 1894

s5 -.sij.f ti- -MrltTi'Tiniiir fill sscae!5ttd.sh&j3. &4te.TJSL-, Jl gassa 4. THE BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS W EAST WASHINGTON. Kovrler, 318 3rd S. E. tiBtimateb for advertising farnisnect on appl) 3itIoa. ObectiouableaclvertiBementBwillno, ae inserted at any price. All ren.Hlancej should be made by draft, postal money order 3r2asFr "vsirfrftjJ Jjttr tin,, a r "varded A.. .,.. tray, isatthe Bender'o risk, in miinj tjoney the amount and what it 1b fo tiould be distinctly stated. All etters. etc., should fcs aa-ireSBtc BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C p JBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST., N. W., WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD i'rof. J. W. FowIer,s, 318 3 d street, s. e. j. H. Be'Ier, Druggist, corner 16tn and treet. northwest. Philadelphia House, 848 Pen n. Ave., n. w. W. W. JackEon,2284 stne'.n. -Moses ane, 205 4 street, n.?. J. P.S'ewart, 52 i'ennsilv nia Ave. ti h NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 42.9, dh Ave. THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Events The World's pPe-...

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