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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 February 1894

Brf "v u - lrtA"K- ) if K9mCmCBHMI jjujijgaaaycga-js r' y ;' js- CARING FOR OIL STOVES. Simple Rules to Prevent the Unpleasant Effects of Smoking. Whenever I detect any odor in my Btove I always find a cause for it, either 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 outside of th...

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. — 3 March 1894

if? : - 4J- - i. .fL sr Pvf - .,-?J3$,V 3 " ""? 'w - P: -i-- 4 (" - -' tu r ESflULBHED JUNE 2, 1881. fas fAs largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American Journal published at the Capital. ISA-. Ersal AdTsrllsIag Medlas JDo jot tSant re-V Za5?eneuu? 2o you want a fearless race advo cate?' Do you- want col ored trade? Head and adver tise in TJBOBBjEjEI 1 -j i l! f ' t l i 1 tH vsr Jfc-fti t-n " " " r r s tfs jSf8MfilJM3li2BHflll !i YOL. XII DIE CB1I ID U. The News of the City Dished Up for The See Readers. . PERSOM POINTS POKTEDLY PUT. Home News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issue Other Matters "Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Messrs. Bruce, Smith and George deny that they were removed from the Colored American. Yorick Smith is showing the Ford's Theatre disaster. Miss Flora Williams has returned to the city from Mrs. Webb's in Loudoun, where she went on a pleasant trip. Hon. C. H. J. Taylor, it is reported, will be appointed recorder of deeds if an outside man is app...

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. — 3 March 1894

? "" .,.ii..i I. -mi m.ii.nrnnn i-i-tiuti irmn., n.. .,,, , , . ) . .-. -- tm. ...vBlL&StWg$iBSiSg . ii.-'iu'm iniiiwii wilitfniiwlfm'H'i'ii'irtifi''ilMIM mi 'Mtwun," Hiwww tmii'iiiiM .m IT " iSK' tj rasu ". "6.'e i f 5 i f i h- K 1 : I l . 'l T l Pub.lshed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, nortnweBl, Washington, D. 0. Entered at, the Post Office a WaBhlrev n as second class mail matter. w. CALvtt CHASE, Editor, OUR NEW COMMISSIONER. The President, in the appoint ment of Mr.Trusedale, to succeed Col. M. M. Parker, the white man's Commissioner, has satis fied the people., Mr. Trusedale is a man of digni ty and honor and will look far above party feelings to improve the condition of the city of mag nificent distances. The Bee has no tears to shed for the retire ment of Col. Parker. It would have been more beneficial to district republicans had he not been appointed. The limited time Col. Parker was Commissioner he was of the opinion that white starving re publicans should be taken ...

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. — 3 March 1894

'- .f.' PS M v m, THE BE1S AUTHORIZED AGENTS EAST WASHINGTON, W Kowler, 318 3rd S. E. .;sumateb for advertising f amisned on appll u. Objectionable advertisements willnot inserted at any price. All ren.lHances 4 ,..o id be made by draft, postal money order ym f aji,or2Jttr Uni,a rvr'warded ..c way. is at the sender's risk, in n.n n a sciiey the amount and what it is foj qouIJ be distinctly Btated. AH etters. etc., should ba aa-dressed BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A3 1109 1 ST., N. W WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD t'rof. J. W. Fowler.s, 318 3 d street, s. e. j. H. Beller, DruggiBt, corner 16tn and v treet. Dortbwtst. Philadelphia Bouse, 348 Penn. Are., n. w. W. W. Jack6on , 228 4. Btrr e! , n. -MoBes ayne, 2054J Btreet, n.w. j. P. Stewart,J52 eennsjlv nia Ave. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. D. A.Green, 429, di-h Ave. SATURDAY, MABe 3rd, 1894., There is no house in the city that sells better goods than H. King's. RALLY! RALLY !! Owing to the inclement weath...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 March 1894

rm tv- vfrJ m ?SM tf? 'fmMFSp ? CLv"" ' ffjiwyTTgsgaa 4- 6 , j M t I ? v 6ARING FOR OIL STOVES. Simple Bulcs lo Prevent the Unpleasant Effects of Smoking. Wnenever I detect any odor in my stove I always ima a cause ror it, either 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 ;i tiny speck of soot from a previous smoking. As soon as the cause is re- moved the odor disappears. y To clean the burners, turn the wick quite low, then wet a bit of soft cloth ' in hot, soapy water, wring quite dry i and rub it well with kitchen mineral ! soap. With a dull-pointed knife or a wooden skewer rub the cloth into tne inside of the burner down about one four' h 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. Scou...

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. — 10 March 1894

wiWP?w8BBWKasEa&jOHB!r3!nBssssis fc" ' (fll W -m?alFJ&'l&fr!F&- r v- 1 Ka.Taars!as9ftwr ? v.-Vs V-s-'-is&ySf w-ars? v.s -; ' PM wT-g' ',sflKRS3g!&iv- wjwpsv... -,. -..Jav-r.J--T-7,-TTw, ..-,., .. w ,a. , , j-wt-vigQtnHgnBi . . -Jtr B,HMMtMllJ-?lwwiMpr.y-g-- "W- " -rs- -. m I' JCyT 1 ' VTX J rr f ii " J'T3Ti V.. V .4.. ,'. T- .ir ' Imm w Ifc w ; ' Lf Vtf iM m -r Kreat Advenisioc Memam ll lL l ' - -il, MM' ''- NW TBTIT! I i AVm BH VJVB m m m liable netcs? J L. T" wEB14 ' y fearless race advo- JLI JfiHKIBR. "V I . M 1 Do you want col- mi W v Jr ;-rt !"-' Hj5SmHSmn f ' . . m W U Head and adver- . c ' ... '.''' - -- ' . s- .1 estaAed JUNEn881.- Ithaie largest bona 1 circula tion otinjr Afro Amerik journal publish' at the Capit J I DL. XII WASHINGTON, D 0., SATURDAY MARCH 10, 1894. . NO 7 BE! CHIT II CHAT. if P ll nu Di l i ie news or me uiv uisneo The Bee Readers. Up for PtJBtIO OPINION. PERSONAL POIKTS POINTEDLY PUT. Home News and Events Transpir ed Since our Las...

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. — 10 March 1894

A '. "- St-V- jmt4KlL, .Eii. VtfrSM WTwnlii. f . &? - ' & - - ' 1 1 i-iMBref5-- 1 j-ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - -, -. -- . --- -y- - -a: 41 , .-IV I 4 &. . jy BEE. VSiSyV -r -ipvf Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at ..Washlrtfon as second class mail matter. W. CAlsv.TN CHASE, EDITOB. THE BEE. The Editor of the Bee tenders his thanks to the people of this city and those who have '.' support ed his paper going on I2 years. On the second of next June the Bee will be I3" years old. It has written the obituary ot at least one dozen negro papers in this city and about 250 in the en tire country that has so often predicted its death. Mr. Cleveland tried to kill t but, failed and it lived to cham pion the confirmation of a num ber of his negro appointments notwithstanding the attempt on the. part of the president to kill it. The Bee is on a better founda tion than it has ever been and to the people of this count...

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 March 1894

sY - . r " ' ' ' ' "" ''""" '-- " , T .aft 'ki'iuiiinjminzsner t 4. THE BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS CAST WASHINGTON, W Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. Kstiraateb for advertising farniBned on appll ;jk:..in. Objectionable advertisements willnot e inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order ?""?" -aarirfojvj j,attr .Mn.ja o?"5r&rded .. .. tt y, 1b at the sender's risk. In s miinj siiey the amount and what It 1b for 5 fiuld be distinctly stated. .Ml etters. etc,, should B3 ad-dressied BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. U SOUTHERN OUTRAGES. p JBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A3 1109 1 ST., N. W., WASH.. D C. where the Bee can be Had prof. J. W. Fowler,s, 318 3 d street, s. e. j. H. Beller, Drag?l6t, corner 16th and M treet. northwest. Philadelphia House, 348 Pen n. Awe., n. w. V. W. Jackson, 228 i4 Btreet, n. w Moses Payne, 205 4 street, n.w. J. P.S'ewart, 352 Pennsylv nlaAve.n. w. NEW YORK CITY. D. A.Green, 429, dth Ave. BACKWOODS PIETY. SATURDAY, MAR. 10th, iScm? 3L-i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 March 1894

ISM S f rfei U. 1 b2 -SaawaagBEgaEzra;!' ias: i- 1 ? t J 4 0 H ' I J (, ft fi I I I ) p jf ' 't 4 tk ' jr, . - RIGHTS OF ANIMALS. Perhaps "We Ouglit to Treat Them TVlth More Civility and Respect. Sir Arthur Hclt's insisted on "cour tesy" to animals. We are to be civil spoken to them, ana not to bully where we might persuade Count Tolstoi never uses the .jip; he simply talks to his horse. Mr. Bright long since fol lowed on the same side as Sir Arthur Helps. He thought that kindness to animals should be taught at school. This is awkward, says a writer in the London Daily News, for he loved to hook some of them by the gills, for sport It is needless to say that every form of sport is barred by Mr. Salt and his school. There is, of course, no lack of champions on the other side. Some writers argue that because ani mals neve "no souls" we are entitled to do what we like with their bodies. Mr. Wood the naturalist altogether declined to acceDt the Dremises. What do we know about their soul...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 March 1894

Tag""? 1.. -?!o iE? TZBzm rtMrff wMi9ii7,-ir v ' 'aT .i -..$". ":. ;-r ---. SV; -J:- :3t fttf. ,VV . tfef -V;.?. - .-ri j "iT - j ,, y , - - . vr -" . s. J-,' ;: p j$t?.krl . ,3 f --MSM 3E1 rj - . jz z fti--i .' "j.i . tfj ;. vj. . -iSpiV .11 ... -V yWUt ' 9 1m SmtURtWiflMiM .. ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. f Jtas fAe largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital, 3 v l. zir flTf WT oi :::: ,',::; m lien The News of the City Dished Up for The Bee leaders. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT. Home News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issue Other Matters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Dr. D. H. Williams has taken charge. Fred. Collins has been appointed to a junitorship by Dr. Shadd. Mr. Collins is from one of the oldest families in this city. Rev. P. H. White is no longer con nected with the treasury department. Rev. Geo. Mc Goins is wanted in this city by friends. " Major" Cox was convicted in the Criminal Court last week for false pre tenses. T...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 March 1894

flSSWM fev "1 J -- v.-.--. v;-! . '-,!:;'-;';"'v;;i;r,'Vr';: ?,s---'.r " ' Tv'' '.-:-J?' ; tc-. ' H 'If ' K -i' r ! t t V I -' J I i -Mac TSE BEE. Psfefehetf ftT Btturday At 1109 1 Street, aortnweit.WMhingten, D. C. Entered 1 the Pott Office at WashlrtfOD MtMcead ohusi mail matter. W. CALYJN CHA8E, EDITOE. OUR WOMEN. Colored meagre pecnliar being; some of them have no more respect for their ladies than they have for 'fottBEXI MONDE Such men look upon every wo man with suspicion, no matter in what capacity they may be em ploy ed. If negro men had more reaped for female memhers of the race and defend tbem instead of degrading them, the wore fortunate race would have more respect for them. Every nationality the civilzed as well as the barbarians will de fend the honor and integrity of th ir women .except negroes. Every woman is wrong in the eyes of some men; every woman is tinchaste if the libertine is Bit in judgement on her case. . The Police court is occupied from day to day with un...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 March 1894

w7r-Bmnas-- " f-vsifi.T i - iTT ran i hi i m i n i&SSg&&&S&j&f&g!g& f&-4JiI i mi IHft'GiS '. ,,'-.... -M i-5feMi - - - "Lfti'mi .... .niii . in i ". -- ---r -rr jv;,,. y v MWHPVB 'THE E.E13. AUTHORIZED AGENTS SA3T WASHINGTON Kovrler, 31S 3rd S. E. W -Jsi.1 raareb for advertising f arnisnea on appli GIou. Oblectiou.ible advertiHementswillnol -e inserted at any price. All ren.lUances sSionlii be made by draft, postal money order ,.. ari-tovfj.ittttr Un.,a oarded . .- way, Is at the sender's rlBk. in "'ino; """Ry tbe ainountand whatitls for ajuld bedistinctlv stated. All etters. etc,, Khould bs aa-ilressed BEE PUBLISHING. CO. Washington D. 0 pj BLE8HED SVE1VT SATURDAY A3 1109 I ST., K. W WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD prof. J. W. Fovler,B, 318 3 d street, s. e. J. H. Beller, Druggist, corner 13ld and M treet, northwest. PhJl.idelpbla House, 348 Penn. Ave., n. w. W. W. Jackro i, '228 4 street, n. vr Moses a ne, 205 i street, n . w. J. P. Stewart...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 March 1894

.t - It - f X: n . r 7 S 1 y t A i RIGHTS OF ANIMALS. We Oaght to Tret Them With More Civility and Respect. Arthur Hclns Insisted on "conr I to animal. We are to b civil I en to them, and not to bully where ritftt persuade. Count Tolstoi I uses the v. hip; he simply talks horse. Mr. Bright long since fol- on the same side as Sir Arthur He thought that kindness to c2t should he taught at school. is awkward, say a writer in the on Dally News, for he loved to aome of them by the gills, for iporti It is needless to Bay that every form of sport is barred by Mr. Salt and his school. There is, of course, no lack of champions on the other side. Some writers argue that becauso ani mals hTe "no souls" we are entitled to do what we like with ttieir bodies. Mr. Wood the naturalist altogether declined to accept tin premises. What do we know about their souls? he ask ed; " it is clear enough that he hoped bis faithful dog would bear him com pany in the next world. The brutes, be s&ld, have re...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 March 1894

BBg3iKnijyW5ffir'TgaigsljWB taa? "v aus?"- V . A M t IT.. i " - " J J -r. .' . . i. ?.- - 'ffiw -sf WB'C V -r v2 -.-. y&rjr2i- II & &-i ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. ft has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American Journal published at the Capital K A Creat Advertising Medium TRY IT ! Do you Cant re liable news? Do you want a fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver tise in THJBB EEt VOL. XII mum dhit Tie Hews of tie City Dished Op) for The Bee Readers. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY' PDT. Home News and Events Transpir ed Since otir Xast Issue Other Matters Worthy of Careful Consideration. Mr. Capers. F. Rogers, the well known young newspaper correspon dent nas resigned ins position the "Colored American." on Rev. W, P. Gibbons Ph. D. the brilliant young pastor of Mt. Carrnel Baptist church took charge two years ago when it had a membership of 4o, now it has 700. When gentlemen resign on the 'Colored American' Cooper says he discharged the...

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 March 1894

JJBJW.5TC tr &?& 'IW3 I.WV -'-," "''"-. -V" m wTrw'wwiw ;ncsvv ' J-?W- " fc- -. v ' an.' i r. -. . .t A 1 .r ' mm r -3 . - Y -- 'i , w.yj Riii gil'LJif U,,, HJH .UJg ' - - ; v. "' v : -i fl " ; sr lj fc v"vV'',i"?J!VJv:?f3evt:? MWssiSd ? Bi i & -I fc 1 W v "U Pub Ished e.very Saturday at 1109 1 Street, noi lowest, Washington, 1). C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington as second class mail, matter. W. CALV'K CHASE, KDITOR, TERilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1.00 Three months 5o City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVERTISING BATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter colimm '" 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column '; tl lo.tO One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column 4i 53.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column ' " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. JUDGE MILLER. There is a uesire on tht part of some of the Distti'ji democrats to defeat the reuom ination of Judjje Thomas F. Miller, Judge of the po'ice court. . There is n...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 March 1894

PRTTTHBKSHHHH&AiSSESSSZS: iV ,Y 23CS3nSS i Jr i? " THE .BE AUTHORIZED A'SENT.S BAST WAS UKSTO.f Kvler, 3IH 3rd 5. E a Mill ! j ) i , ii iiiU'mvasaaasnai weu ,-a.ceb rr al vltUsihr furnisnea on appli Ooiecllouablejunerusenientswlllnot .,, ivi at any price. All remittances u m:u!e by draft, postal money older - , ,,.-o.i iiitJtr &!.. nrs'ayded L. T-a.y. is at the scuder'e risK. in , , r . the auuiuntand what it is fo ,j ) diHUacllv stated. .'iter-!. lc should fc aa-drt'Bsed :E PUBLISHING, CO. Wiubiumon D. C I'j.L StJUiL) iiV2.:il SAlLKiiA I A v. - - -" - r "fc -v a ,;ji:.IST.,N. V WASH.. D C. WHkkk the Bee can be Had K'r I ' v' lu " u tat "lv urcuijL, h, ii. II iie 'er. D'-ng.'is', co n r lMn and JJ t.norfiWt St. 'lilinleiplila i ouse, 318 Pjsxm. A -.. a. v. ... t i.. .. JOO 11 ,. my. . juuk.:uu, ioia unf-e , n. ftl.b." ayne, 205 1 street, n.,y. t.l. wart, 352 Pennsjlv ilia Ave. r.. w. NEW YORK CITY. I). A .Green, iti). Ji i Ave. iVl I'RDAY, M AR. 24th, 1894. &-00&fcsf...

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. — 24 March 1894

G& W&WTZ. rw--Wi.'iip'ji'er;cv' -.- -i--ja.5--.-i-x -.Ii-.- - ,n.i rfafBteu- -AVfai.tiii nTf l'U!im ' "'" . '" ' )'- ssamBmmmmmKsgmsKSBa&ssKssKBXBmKmmmmm 2 il i i i HI v WH R; V V I -1 M- ii f m U i i ! ' i fl ? 1 If -.- '.'jtpnagwaTgnKCTTPiazhBgajeaKcocEags I RIGHTS OF ANIMALS- ape Wc Ought to Treat Them "With aioro Civility and Respect. Arthur II 1 insisted on "cour to animal-. We are to be civil en to them, ana not to bully where might peis;mlt Count Tolstoi uses, the sip; he simply talks horse. Mr. bright long since fol on the same side as Sir Arthur . He thought that kindness to als should be taught at school, is awkward, says a writer in the on Daily News, for he loved to some of them by the gills, for sport It is needless to say that every form of sport is barred by Mr. Salt and his school. There is, of course, no lack of champions on the other side. Some writers argue that because ani mals here "no souls" we are entitled to do what we like with their Domes. Mr. W...

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. — 31 March 1894

- .': MS? It ,' -? X V. -. ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital. ifes IS A SrcaUterilsiiigHi TBYITX H m Do you tZant re- liable news? Do you want a V 'I fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver tiseinl&EJSEE! U 141 i fcST $ ' CA, VOL. XII DTOl BR ill M, The lews of the City Dished Up for' The Bee Readers PERSONAL POINTS" POINTEDLY PDT. Home News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issue Other Matters Worthy of Careful Con sideration. Rev. Benjamin will make a suc cess. Col. Truesd ale will probably ap point a few colored republicans. R. A. aud A. W. Clemmons were arrested this week. Judge Miller is playing havoc with policy and whiskey men. The emancipation day celebra tion is progressing. W. R. Davis has been selected to read the acis of the emancipat on at the public exercises Mr, James 0. Mathews it is said was in the city this week. There will be some changes 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. — 31 March 1894

aPK2 I ""... " " - 5t. -.MSPivpfiBSr- m & rf" w5 - fl "! m - X.J 9 - W A i :- 1- 1 iL- 5 &'' .- If-- f &' 14 e;. - -. v : m? fll S BEE. .7 i - Pab.lshed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Wr.snington, D. C Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class mail matter. W. CAlsiv CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six -months 1.00 Three months oo City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVERTISING EATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column" ' 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column " " 55.00 Half column im " 75.00 One column ;i " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. THE trial of B reck en ridge is till go'ng on aDd is the vent through which the public is made aware of the pxteut t which sotnn will prostitute the gilts of God to the satisfaction of the basest auimal interest. The vile btuff which is ground out evry day is duly published for the edification ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 March 1894

TePc"--wrHA a fc 'JHH THE BE12 AUTHORIZED AGENTS 6 AST WASHINGTON. V Fowler, 318 3rdS. E. idf.12aa1.ob fur advertising furnisned on appli ; .Moa. Obiectiouable advertisements willnol a inserted at any price. All renJUances ijtuld be made by draft, postal mouey order ,..,...;- nytsto?ftjttr Ain,i orrarded ... way, is at the Bender's risk, in 4 ..?! nv "itty the amount and what it Is foi nould be distinctly stated. am etters. etc,, should bs aa-drepsed BBE PUBLISHING, CO. Washimiton D. O PUBLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY Ar 1109 I ST.. N. W WASH., D C. where the Bee can be Had prof. J. W. Fowler.s, 318 3 d street, s. e. J.H. Bel ler. Druggist, corner 16tn and M treet, northwest. Fhllrtdelpbla House, 348 Penn. Ase., n. w. W. W. Jackson, 228 4 street, n. w Moses ayne, 205 4 street, n.w. j.P.Stewart,52Pennsjlv nla Ave. n. w. NEW YORK CITY. D. A.Green, 429, dth Ave. MINISTERIAL CHIPS. SATURDAY, MAR, 3lth, 1894. The Easter services 'at Nineteenth street Baptist church Sunday were un usually intere...

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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