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

SSSSSJSSSSS i-" fc-oWEtW" :? ;!- r-JP'- - s-f"i EL JASit!AbjSdJUULiJJa-J - - . , fiS ,i il-V"- H .a fc " ft. I ft S ? Ahl- .1B-Xi- , f ,-Vsf v- W' 4 r l I fli I if t UP- 4 '0 A i w L " T f r 'II . - f i COMMITTEE OF SEVENTY. They Nominate a Ticket to Tvhicn Ob- jectiouB Aro Raised. New York, Oct 8. The adjourned meeting of the Committee of Seventy In conference with the State Democ racy, the regular Republicans, the O'Brien Democrats, the Independent County Democrats, the Confederated Good Government Clubs and the German-American reformers, was resumed in the assembly hall of the Charities Organization Building Friday after noon. Chairman Beaman read Mr. Goffs letter declining a nomination, and made a brief address, in which he dilated on the necessity of the sink ing of all partisanship, and presented the following ticket: For Mayor, Col. W. L. Strong; for Recorder, John W. Goff; for. President of the Board of Aldermen, John Jeroloman: for Judge of the Superior Court, Henry R. Beck...

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. — 20 October 1894

vis fir- mm"SlAM Ft ; 1 ;l 2S I -J ESTABUSHED JUNE 2, 1381. f has the largest d IS A m- ril Great Advertising Wedfam j 1 bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the TBTITl Do you iZant re liable new f Hit you tcant a fearless race advo cate? i Capita! Do you tcant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in Tirr: n mzr - 1 'JrSfe-' ml n m WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1894 NO 19 m ,.-srnn-.-r., rvp.'rMirrT.aMSJCCtsagMgy Jl 'A- " a . : 4 H & mT hj & 1 1 -55?SiW3CiB5BMBKBrtKBBijfiHKfeE"" VOL XIII. . " - , -, -.. -.-2aaammaaggnayjC2a5ressyr;gija3 Sppcial Notice. JusL as we were about to go to press ! a serious accident happened to us The ' forms " of our paper was pied. Several valuable contributions and other matter were necessRrily and unavoidabty left out. We must ask the indulgence of our readers and advertisers this week. OUR SCHOOLS White Teachers In Colored School?. V:ihinton, D. C. Oct. 16, '94. Editor of the Bc: Will you advise me why a wh...

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. — 20 October 1894

&a:as5s??sasa -J?ffiwsfe??4 -r Jtol. T f 4 IK bom - H I ' """I . IMM ' 1m3j?i!1z JBJftltiWfjgw WB gBagg"s5gSiiHiimiBMii tji .. r.r. ..-r 2sKSJw. Ullllllll J.,M.M.. -- - : ! .J 1 JtV" IfeL'-s?. if i "I j " tf t i 1 s J it p ili 1 if a PI 11 L !T 1 f 1 I t -1 Fir SV .-1 i Rt r&Bift fci j ('Mimi ' a 'frrIF . V. " IH in tM j .a . ,-iyM.v-si ... Pub Ished every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, northwest, Washington, D. C Entered at the Post Office at Washirsjion as second class mail matter. W. CALVT CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six mouths 1.00 Three months 50 City subscribers, Inonthly 2o ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column " li 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " "... 15.00 One inch, one year... 30.00 Quarter column " ' ..1 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Tne lines constitute an inch. OBSERVER" ALIAS DOUGLASS, C. R. Mr. Charles R. Douglas?, writing under the nomdeplume of 4...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 October 1894

ttFJXg&tj mL ""' 1 "r i W'nj ggjg jjJS?1 - t,- - -j-..--4 '-' . -F'". MpJWv-rs " . ' the; jbes vt'TUORlZBD AGENTS I i i 3- :t ' . i .r advertlEinjr furmsned on appli nu'cLioaable advertexnents will not ,,, .i.-dut any price, ah ren.litauceB ' ., male by draft, postal money order --.ariT'orfifi jjttor &Jf..o orarded .... nay, is at the sender's risk, in . ... ..-oy the amount and what it is for j , distinctly stated. should b9 BOSS SUSPENDED. ri'M110 ln charge of the lug Gilmer Meredith when she ran down a fishing party several weeks ago, result ing in the drowning of Mr, James Mc.L figsl bas been suspended from duty H tJie Gvenimeut inspectors Wammg him for neglect in not having lookouts. It is nlnimprl rhof tl,, l" 1 K c . -" """ vuau a i iu- uic u,ac accident due io the care- CHINA AND JAPAN. ".fVi, eic, iuwuiu us aa-irsed USE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O i iw uuv -vfr- . HED ETE11Y SATURDAY A' I ST.. N. W.. WASH,, D G. lessness of this man Ross, and the very fact that ...

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. — 20 October 1894

:-' Jisf .vyy- "j. vsrop- - " "-.y'Tiv --VJ, w-- X --. ' -.. ( i 'ST" ft i - " t' " l?ISv4 v-1 y.;. J:- f ;t Kg. K. 4 'V MM V ;JT 1,1 n ? !? rt tjA CHINESE IN FULL RETREAT. They Are Fleeing From Moukden A Big Japanese Fleet. (New Chwang, Oct S The Chinese are in full retreat at Moukden, which is threatened by the advance of the Japanese troops from Corea. Japan ese forces are said to have been land ed near Possiel Bay and not far from the Russian, territory bordering on Oorea and the Chinese province of Manchuria. vSkanghai, Oct S. It is reported that 2,000 soldiers of the Sheng division of ; Li Hung Chang's crack corps now in Corea have deserted in consequence of receiving no pay. It is believed the deserters joined the enemy's forces. Wang Seng Tsao, ex-Chinese Minis ter at Tokio, has been summoned be fore the Dmperor at Pekin and severe ly censured for ignorance in regard to the designs of the Japanese' Govern ment in Corea. The masters of several junks which ' arrived at Che Foo...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 October 1894

!giraRSRv--:-fll w;-. ---j v p -tit .. .---." -, t-i j -er - j- i r "", "i? "t'5SHHIiBH! BJ&BKHS&Sgg!i f&&w&!3&fc8S33!- .-a&gSgCS'jS LsmjJsts -.Bg-A.:gJCjyy7tf-rawt-:g:-rT-.. .- wjfi .r,c.?waihga-rT3FMJjTirT.'j,mirehrTJP.MJuj.fi. i.. i SaSpiP1 ' tE?5SSPPP MmJ -'" -- M-W.lJMIM-MIMfcfeJIMIII.-3rflJULlJliJCJ..L.lX.-BjrT'1-r-,--i 'jmtMWTurmmiB Vstff f--jj k"-t.i V " i C ."--"-' J " s '"'" ''.-"- .- --; .- --T' ',-''--' i . . vt" .. -5Sr ?8sf -3fns??5 ESTABUSHED JUNE 2, 1881. ft ;as Me largest ona fide clrcula- on of any Afro- l American journal published at the i I Capital &: .. ' 4-- $ IS A Great Advertising Worn TBYITl tasa- 'ujfc.- ,' t -. jl " iitt e I liable neics? li, iou icant a fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? t grfii'itilJIiinllilltllliNr Head and adver I Use in I1LEJB EJSI IJIX. OUR SCHOOLS. October 23, 1894. rj Editor of the Bee: I happened in the police court this uioriiiug and there were two oung lads ou trial foF disorder...

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

1LU, 'L ! '? ?- : h s I ?v sii N E, . '! V M -& BI , v Pab Ished every Saturday at 11U9 1 Street, northwest, "Was&iisgton, D. O Entered at the Post Office a! Wathii ?ton as second class mail matter. W. CALWT CHASE, EDITOR. ""terms OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1-00 Three months 50 Citv subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one Quarter column4 month - .$1.00 . . .5.00 ....7.50 ..15.00 ..10.00 . .55.00 . .75.00 .150.00 Half column One column " r '. One inch, one year.. sju;ii.uii cuiuimi Half column One column u It It it Snecial notices 10 cents per Tne lines constitute an inch. line. CHARLES R DOUGLASS. This man has been depending on his father ever since he was born. He writes to a paper in thie city that the Bee has been iu several libel suits, etc., and he has humil iated hiuiplf. Charles R Douglass, the removed ey.consul to San Domingo, U kuuwn to be ou the ours with every public mau of uote. He has seeu tit to attack every man of note...

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

7."C&- vjt - w-fltf'11-. . r wS-B-W'l--M kmmo 7 Av gs -fa-ays-- j - -V" ,t-.j. ., ... -..'--;. " ; "' -' '-.'"" ,-.-'.-"" -i -.'."'.. ";" 13"v':-t -'- -V- - , :.0 -""sfqpSs ,' .-- - - - --r?13. &! "ilZ """'"S. X "' ' i:-'--:- crs TUB BE FOE THE LADIES, U'T H O UIZBi) AQEKTW I , t i,rimn coo 7 , f - Tj lovely au umn c-ipes are of plain Thl. Colored Amei ican, 829 i h bt, nw. cioth the kind called satin cloth with a - " yery shmey surface and have quaint r-:iniates for advertising furnished lioods lined Avith plaid silk; some of ' , plication. Objectionable adver- '!ie,m are Uned entirely with this mate- ..- ...J 11 tinf lf llicnrinrl of 11TT ,.;..,. All remittances should be made Covert cloth will Us all the i i 1 wi-r4-..-.. - age for w rit. postal money-order, express or smart street gowns; so will camels In U ' ... . wllifili nrn.iK;.,l ,:i. ....1 - ... l ... : ml letter. Money forwarded ji a .' 1 .t her wjiy is at the sender's risk, iling money the amount and what ,- ;",....

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. — 27 October 1894

"J"T-- '2?L mnm .. - V V&ttg' :? 5:5fi , j-t . ' -,3r.iv -'Ti- . -- -?- ' iTiiJtf mummfip MjrJg! C '!" ji p i mn' "WjH" F"3SBH .C ?! 'WV ' - F V- ' ' ' 2fa& $ -Hy?t lb " pi rlf 1 M i- J'41I Wi r f it r J M a 1-1 ii i a fii :i J. M ' Pfl THIS WEEK'S NEWS A Summary of Current Events Thft World1 Doings for the Past Six Davs Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. General. Fifteen (hundred cigar-makers have struck in Florida. "Black" diphtheria is raging at Had dington, N. Y., and Anderson, Ind. Henry D. Purroy was thrown from his carriage at Saratoga and painfully bruised. ' The Pullman Palace Oar Company declared its usual quartely dividend, $2 per share. Kingston-on-the-Hudson commemo rated the burning of the town by the British in 1777. Commodore Melville says that if the five-day steamer materializes it will have triple screws. A clergyman of Cardinal Gibbons's household confirms the report that Sa tolli is to be made a Cardinal. Jealous Mrs. Connover, of Hartford, Conn., s...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 November 1894

ftkHi -vi - --. .. i , -r1 . i ww i r n m ii w mi iwfrsjrkyjj j-.g' j? .rat-, ;- ,i- ;V4 9 , 7 W;ifVAtt. "vw:twt -- '" " " ?f i." -jjfrft .nRFJfc W( - v? L- . j 'Mf- --X -T' i f&t0mi "Jaw- , jci-tr " VVV' ' ESTABLISHED ,JJ'UNE2, 1881. (It has the largest ?. Hi ! 5fte Bet IS A Great Advertising Horn I '& liTTTTTT' 'I -- ' '- ?&'" JSfefeSSfeftWiWOfsfcSrrmi-u., . . ., l&Si - -- i r . .."- -..-' r,- -.T je .c., --. . - i-afcrf -!. -j -i!i'ip.r,f r'i&f.'.3ffa'r.aHinMKTK:'iafti3iw.-" -as.. .- -' V "' r JT s&-'a'.i M i jfctV . 4. ftm yy 4 Ay v v tem fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the " I i . h . GliARLES R. DOUGLASS. ffJIUTLE UNWRITTEN HISTORY W11IAT L1SD TO HIS ATTACK ON GEO. T. (DOWNING HIS APPEAL TO THE rainroK ov the bee not to ex pose Jim HIS OFFER TO PAY RE F1TSKD. Hmrles it. Douglass, the removed ex cmusiiI to Santo lomingo, is known in i his community as a man who has not ilif respect ol the people. When Geo. T. Downing declared ...

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 November 1894

"Ate" -rt v , Bt wfi t a- " 'HJ ' ? ,"4$ 5 tfl - i - ffc, .. v V V Afcr7ra .r T r isw "I iW-d' 7fcl IO-tV jf - eab.ished every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, nort&wesl, Washington, D. C Entered at the Post Office at Washirgton as second class mail matter. W. CALTN CHASfe. Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1.00 Three months 0 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month SI .00 Quarter column" Half column " : it U 5.00 ...7.50 .15.00 .10.00 .55.00 .75.00 150.00 line. JWX5 JJ1 U.1X111 One inch, one year Quarter column " " Half column " " Onecolumu " " Special notices 10 cents per Tne lines constitute an inch. B. E. COOPEE. The man who edits the Colored American is Jessie Lavrson, a clerk in the Interior Department; the man who is responsible for the publication of that paper is E. E. Cooper, a new adventurer from the West, who came to this city some few months ago and organized a stock company which has not as jet declared any divi...

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 November 1894

7 u. .-rI'' jt m t ,l ; j i- jgsjgt: g PfT" "S " flHI-Bfcrtlia-ml jLjaAmiiiKrrjr wis . i-v- i; .r .- '"S- (cTSs' ."'L'X" J i n rss BEE .IJTHORIZJ53) AGENT8 TV Colored American, S29 7th St. nw. w .i liBKE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Vmericiiii Book Store, 91G Locust Street, Philadelphia. t - i 1 males for advertising furnished ,,.lication. Objectionable adver-l lUuH will not be inserted at any . All remittances shoul'd be made .ii'1. postal money-order, express or -:.iih1 letter. Money forwarded In tlwr wyy is at the sender's risk. iiling money the amount and what i-r should be distinctly stated. : kilters, etc , should be addressed The industrial depar mentof he pub lic schools under Trustee Louis H. Cor msh is improving. Superintendent Cook denies the re port that Miss Jones of Kansas would be appointed in the high school. John Ivendrick Bangs' quaint humor is to enliven the nazes of "The Trips' IHome Journal " with a series of twelve articles depicting the club talk of four men anout wome...

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. — 3 November 1894

- f - "'"'Kssi?3-' - V i tna:mwur.riaaitmMTwnnA ..mmOTfrtlT "i-iMWl r.i ' ?JS5r. lv-w ;)aff,. - 1 v.P- v- - V- w tf" V f '4 i 4'" V s i M i e '' iv.U m IP J ill" f mm It f I I Hr u - If Ys 1 $ t ,1! 3 -. jk THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Event The World's Doings for the Past Six Davs Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. General. Gov. MoKinley had five large audi ences at Dunkirk and Buffalo. Howard Gould and Miss Anna Gould returned from Europe on tlie Saale. Bismarck says Hohenlohe is "a. safe man" for Chancellor but "lacks initia tive." Manufacturers in Illinois and Maine are reported to have greatly gained in prosperity. Big wholesalers cut the price of sugar at Philadelphia in anticipation of cheaper sugar. An Anarchist plot to blow up the Freoioh Chamber of Deputies is said to have been discovered. Chairman Wilson and Assistant Sec retary of the Navy McAdoo drew great crowds in West Virginia. Frank A. Benson, a railroad conduc tor, was horsewhipped at Mount Ver non b...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 November 1894

p?l rv -r-f eTVJL' , "j " I J fflllpfrlfe?fj .,JLJJ.1, Kffl iHmiiMH '' "j5fjj t-: "r-i .--' ! " - . -fe-Vf. i ;. -S:6 ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largttt IS A Great Advertising Mediom TRY IT I Do you tCant re bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital. liable notes? Ttt you tcant a fearless raee advo cate? Do you tcant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in TXOBJB1SJS il iMav-amemi) . - ,jp'WiirtBw"- -- Vol, XIII, THEY ?aY- 'Dogs bark without a cause. There are all kinds of dogs. Some are dangerous and some are harmless. The sleepy dog should be watched above all others. Who is this that asails the Lord's an no in ted? The BtE never stings until some one knocks over its hive. Men who make promises and fail to keep them must suffer the conse quences Honest men will do what they say. Bruce wi I be in the next Cabinet. Lynch will be the next iiegister of the Treasury. Langston will go to Bolivia as an American representative. The BEb is always...

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 November 1894

( 3 imetaif V I" b ;H ii.'fi " J T 4- I . e. f J.' PS ' ok ' ; . LI ill mm lr 1 1 W .ALf X. .WZ&?S -. Pub lshed every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, nortUvresl, Washington, D. C Entered at the Post Office at Washir?ton aB second class mail matter. W. CALVTN CHASE, EDITOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1.00 Three months 60 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISES" G RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column" i 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column " ' 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Tne lines constitute an inch. THE ELECTION. Well, just as the Bee predicted; Hill was defeated in New York and the next House of Rt-presen Natives will be Republican. Mr. Hill was too ambitious , h could not expect Mr. Cleveland to support him wre.i he, in 1SS8 was the cause of Mr. Cleveland's defeat by his trade in New York. The citizens of New York cer tainly want a clea...

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 November 1894

TpfTB BEl3 Tbe Bee would suggest that a '- : bome rule club should be organized ""TrriioHizED agents in every district at once. " -.1 c. What meaDS the visit of Mat- Colored ahis""" vuw 10 tms ciry tbis timer -" nn.vuAn L'1 Jerome Jtcuey nau a long .HEBE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. jnt.rvjw witlf-S,rAf rv Thnrhpr ! irtiM-ican Book Store, 91C Locust last week. Afr'A sn-ppt Philadelphia. . . ... .,...,. I MILtl, -" r A mon trim hdllCTTDD Hioh if Jo TT ild-ertising furnished al,w',J3 ueceMary to put himself Id uo. Objectionable adver- 6ave b,s ",r '8 SfflCfi- Lr draft.!"1 ; . i ltfpr. .iCTiI'll IV .-- I'D . .. :-. ., A- 1iQ cQTr1oT-'c vict- pother w.i cu -v - .-.. n sending money the amount and what tisfOl 'MlrtUIU OB UIbWiiv.wj oiciicu. ' a1 .otters, etc , should be addressed -...OifytflOll. UlljCUUUUttUH, U.VAV.i.- . .;...t tin pi'"- . . . , , . uittu uuaiaKfu. V" 11 .T IIU III.IaiIS-ail -J I . Ill' lifCI"1- -n...,. nimiiU 1A vinA Tr io imtnrnl frr u. lii.lrra tn All reiHlLLailUCa diiuuiu. u...

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. — 10 November 1894

k mpe-V -X)'ys& : iii-er-x. "s . x : , V- : & ix, -. ftr3Erv rv , "-. V ". - "'UN rr j fetf 6 1 i 'f H iI k "'JK1 "V. . - -. : m ill MM if ' THIS WEEK'S NEWS, A Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Davs Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers. General. Gov. McKinley had five large audi- ences at Dunkirk and Buffalo. Howard Gould and Miss Anna Gould returned from Europe on the Saale. Bismarck says Hohenlone is "a safe man" for Chancellor but "lacks Initia tive." Manufacturers in Illinois and Maine are reported to have greatly gained in prosperity. Big wholesalers cut the price of sugar at Philadelphia in anticipation of cheaper sugar. Am Anarchist plot to blow up . the French Chamber of Deputies is said to have been discovered. Chairman Wilson and Assistant Sec retary of the Navy McAdoo drew great crowds in West Virginia. "Frank A. Benson, a railroad conduc tor, was horsewhipped at Mount Ver non by Mrs. James Baker. Secretary Gresham has filed a pro 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. — 17 November 1894

SBWggl. - ' gaaaiagsgS5!aBSSiSBSStega 2KK,-l-jA..- v-,. .. 1 ;sp3S-S?33: S --M ' J . '?,-"- i .6 V: -. -V3 3V ESTABLISHED JUNE 2,1881. f Acs Me arrf r- 5fc 8e IS A Great AdyeriFsfng Medium TRY IT! bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital 4 J Do you tCcznf re V liable news? H; you irani a fearless race af ro cafe? J)o yow tra;i col ored trade ? Head and adver tise in THE BEE! 4o---' &tss:&mi lyw'wiiiiH Tm'ftiiU.-l - fryi6tCTfteinfcFriiTiifto.-f . ,iT,:r'Tri1':'-iS" ?,'-,' "f,fcyxfcgagffiij i. ,- ri-i-T,, ,,.,. i . .ii.i,,. -,. ,,, . I,- i vCV , 1 fPFa.rT i d I i 1 ) "Q fflBn a Vol, XIIJ, THEY SAY- Never make promises. Always keep them if you make them. Your friends you must not disap point. The Defender is here to stay. The Bee is tl.e People's Defender and a great Colored American. Cooper should have joined the band when he was asked. He sees his mistake now. He is liberal and a jo'ly good fel low. You can always tell when a person is stat...

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. — 17 November 1894

I f .T t -- is ! A ;1 i h 5 1 ! i i ki 8 1 THE BEE. Pab lshod every Saturday at 1109 1 Street? northwest, Washington, D. O .Entered at the P &L Office at WaBhiPgtoD as second class mall matter. W. CALvr? CHASE, EDITOR, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months...'. 1.00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING BATES. 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 " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Tne lined constitute an inch. PUBLIC PRINTER BENEDICT. From the New York Age.l The " Washington Bee " says that 51 Public Printer Benedict is not op posed to colored printers." Perhaps net: blithe has removed all those he found at the "case" when he took charge of the oflice- The devil has no objection i holy water but he keeps his fingers out of it. The ' ISew York Age" is under the impresbion that Mr. Benedict is opp...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 November 1894

niaJSaJQJMtjtf 17 UK BEtfi AUTHORIZED AGENT8 Whe Colored American, 829 7th St. nw. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. fro-American Book Store, 916 Locust Street, Philadelphia. Estimates for advertising furnished 01, application. Objectionable adver tisements will not be inserted at any price. All remittances should be made tv draft, postal money-order, express or registered letter. Money forwarded In any other way is at the sender's risk. In sending money the amount and what it is for should be distinctly stated. All letters, etc-, should be addressed t0 THE BEE PUBLISHING CO. Washington, D. C. Mr. K W. Thompson, of the counting divsion Government Print ing Office has returned from Indian accompauied by his wife, and are lo cated at I642 Tenth Street n. w. Mr David Bennett Hill, at the close of the campaign, proved to be a bad po litical prophet. The people are very anxious to have a change in the High School. Justice Taylor is being urged to suc ceed Jude Kimball before the expira iion of h...

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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