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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 November 1894

K- , y-2 :". Ct ? .V: .- .-' Sl"'"!;i?i.3a jPrtirr V&GkS. Llf j war EL.. &. ,- VM " ' 1 J- t ',7- I; i l 4 fc f: BSb I" Mi 91 l 3 V I hi r 1 iMr i W'&' f ; T' as :' .S fl'. a .- - ? Lm I or I ii M MORE FIGHTING. .A Report That the Ja and Chinese Have Another I.Mtle. Tjnndnn. Nov. 12. A Paris dispatch to the Times declares that Lord Rose- J bery, British Prime Minister, intends to propose the collective landing of troops in China. A Eerlin dispatch to the Daily News says the German Ad miralty has telegraphed the Admiral commanding the German squadron at the Chinese station to obey the orders of the British Admiral in certain pos sible extenualities. A Paris dispatch to the News says France seems dis posed to entertain the idea of a Euro peon conference on the Chinese and Japanese war. It is also stated that the powers have urged China to nego tiate for peace directly with Japan, and that they have secured Japan's promise , to meet the overtures in a benevolent way. Yokoha...

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. — 24 November 1894

t-,iK3K m:.WL-u J.reX.S3S5i:j,Vi.jtii -rsr;: it w u imn itrtT i - wij.m, , ' -' ( .-n n i t-i-m a wjijjj l juiiiji.jijjmvtiiv sjmB('iinnnMnmUBiijto - . . . n s&jsu- ,tf- ,. jf v ,i'W i ESTA1USHE0 JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American Journal published at the Capital. IS A Crea! Adygrtlsfng Kedfani TRY IT I 5 2o you iSont r-. JX' wou tranl a fearles raee advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver-tUeinTSUBES! HZSsESsSe: . " ' i l ... . i.i-.- i .ii! .- I .... , .., ,. , . ,, M , . . ' ' '"' ' ' ' '" "' ' III P IMI ii i i lg I 1 Vol, X1IP, ' ' m m i i i THEY PAY The G obt: is the name of a new paper in this city. It made its appearance on last .Sat urday. It is red hot for the recorder of deeds. Judge Mi Is is the coming demo cratic District Commissioner. Uol. J. W Douglass wi 1 be the next republican commissioner. Some of the officials in tue lower court of the police court ought to take a rest. The two bailiffs assume more au tho...

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 November 1894

'f?-y t1 " ' y&itr " t j T-- "" rs v- - i i ?l i '( f l 'w M JI EII. Tffi Z Pnb lshed every Saturday at 1109 1 Btriet, I northwest, Washington, v. v, - jEntered at the PnBt office at Washir?tnn as second class mail matter. W. CALW CHASE. EDITOR, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1-00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one jnonth.. $1.00 Quarter column" ,J 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column " " 55.00 Half column " " 75.0 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. EDITOR SWEENEY. The editor of the Indiapolis Free man, W. Allison Sweeney, is very anxious to know why the Bee has dscontiuued its attacks od the Recorder of Deeds. The fight against the Recorder was first made on political grounds, because he was charged with having violated the civil service law. The white press attacked the colored ladies in the office by baying...

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. — 24 November 1894

wmz - . '..a.jMMhmsaammA... Sgsssaajegsfgg B2a?l: --Jp3- , - , t'S flS Pags&gftfesasiSgS -- -.' ' ' ' ,. . ' ';' ; .n gBMMHHMMMBanHnanHHBlBaBIBgiM r urn iMJimujumj H3 li sj r .t TMOKIZBD AGENTS -,he colored American, S29 7th St. nw. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. i ft .vmerican Boole Store, 916 Locust A,1 Street, Philadelphia. irtimatps for advertising furnished n;fJ f!LSrwili.mtbeinSededat;m lisi , There is to be a reorganization oLthe recorder's office. The President" has been convinced that the removal of Mr. Taylor would only suit a few malcontents. If the white opposition to Mr. Taylor was sincere a colored man would be recommended Editor Cooper has been convinced that all that glitters is not gold. Niiywas the editor of the Kansas ' Messenger" removed from the kv TURKISH ATROCITIES. II ..nUfnnnnD oltsxti 1 s-1 l-w J3 -m . ,,rjir. An inm.uii. o,iWu,u uc indue Mrs. Nannie Jones of Z7ew York aunt ,v dnif IJ?tal money-prder, express or 0f Mr- James E. Harris of this city left iSis ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 November 1894

t J ! H r j. t V 1 r.'ift $ 4 exS WJi'Ki vr. " 'J.'S r k1 i . 1 n .; t' . II Jf1 2Et t0 AMERICAN NETS AND FiSH SEIZED. Washington Authorities Alsel to Pro tect American Interests. Detroit, Mich.. Nov. 20. A message received last night from Kelly's Isl and says that the Canadian customs steamer Petrel is seizing nets and tak ing fish, of Americans in American waters. American fishermen are afraid to venture near for fear of seiz ure themselves, and asked to have an American revenue cutter sent there to protect them. The Treasury offi cials at Washington have been noti fied. Rondeau, Ont, Nov. 20. The steam er Petrel arrived here and unloaded 110 American gill nets and ten tons of fish, seized from American fisher men off Pelee Island. Immediately after unloading the Petrel steamed away rapidly for the fishing grounds. Port Huron, Mich., Nov. 20. The Fessenden is here and her commander has been notified, it is said, to go at once to the scene of trouble and pro tect the interests of t...

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

MSt:'W'MW ft5&fftly i MaltesJa'ai ""r"-i frnrrciimTmin ii ! ifrmi i.ri. - feSfc l. jU" - TSw -Vrifcf r 5b 8 I A "sasiflwswaaHiassasa ra?'Mift;snssw5sTKS5 j-- . . ..,a in -' , .nr-ii " "'l"1'l',','L'""''M'''agT'''"""" fj.-t-sj -. .," - , ,. - r- ' . Rr ..' .- . - . t . ,z-? - ., -ear1- -.$. 'r ? - - 3 - ..aw. . --.-- v."? -- - : i - - -mls v (RitUmti.lBfli.ilii TfiTITl )) 3 4 ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. Acs Me agftf 6oia fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the d Capital. "Vol, ZSLII I THEY SaY- KL , Sv " A rowdy tried to disturb the Shiloh Lyceum last Sabbath. The negro is named Thompson, the creature who was conyicted in the police court on a charge of assault. The disturber was quieted easilv. A large crowd greeted Recorder Taylor last Sunday. The beats were turned down la-t Sabbath. The B jVE has no apology to make to black egs. Now is the time to subscribe for the Semi-Weekly BEE Wetherless, who attempd to speak to the paper last bunday, lost his head. D...

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. — 1 December 1894

' . '.-Zl2tt-''rr '&QUb&K in jiTJ-nHwiii in I hi'ini nimin se-t " l" - M A J f. : " (J Li f M' i feSs IMU w & ii tu TflE i wSkaxftk ,v&:y: 'c3 a BEE. N" ANYTHING AT ALL. From lho Inter Let the colored eader. Dress indorse the Pab Uhed every gaturday at 1109 1 Street, Kortnwesl, Washington, D. C .Entered st th PBt Office at Washington d second class mall matter. W. CA1.VIM CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1-00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column44 " 5.00 Half column 44 " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column 4t 4t 5o.00 flalf column 4l " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. THE POWER OF A JUDGE. A judge of any court has almost un limited power. There ard some that carry tnat power beyond endurance. The position of aDy judge while hold ing court should be to listen to all causes ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 December 1894

3 ) tmmiPi&rcsrE ms&m Na If. THE BE AUTHORIZED AGENTS 9 The Colored American, 829 7th St. nw. where the Bee can be had, Afro-American Book Store, 91G Locust Street, Philadelphia. Estimates for advertising furnished on application. Objectionable adver tisements will not be inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money-order, express or registered letter. Money forwarded In anv other way is at the sender's risk. In sending money the amount and what U is for should be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., should be addressed j TIIE BEE PUBLISHING- CO. Washington , D. C. SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1894 9 :.;::;: ff 1 ut ut. fie (lews of the City The Bee Readers. Up fo PERSONAL POINTS POIBTEDLY PUT Home News and Events Transpir ed Since our Xiast lssno Other Matters Worthy of Careful Con cideration. Subsenoe to the BEE. "Wanted 500 boys to sell the semiweeklj Bee. Call at once. Town talk is that Young & Co's glnss stain at 714 K street n. w. The best var...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 December 1894

Sfs-W"!!1 IWHitHnWHHHHHaaHHIHBHaHHHIBHHHIBBMIB-vi? m ' P "?., -&m-.3.-aKivy?m, ijyrv? -Kygp? , 3(m-TrjfVr-yy- t , ,ri ii-.ii mi iin'niiinMiiini'iiiii-niii S3K3.2 f.'S!&SSSSSeSgySaStliirSMCrxiait j' , i -- 47: - - - - ; - . -4 .----- -, $ - 1 f J ft.' f i r i J ' W j a I .- " 11 1 'is If AMERICAN NETS AND FISH SEIZED. Washington Authorities Asked to Pro tect American Interests. Detroit, Mich., Nov. 20. A message received last night from Kelly's Isl and says that the Canadian customs steamer Petrel is seizing nets and tak ing fish of Americans in American waters. American fishermen are afraid to venture "near for fear of seiz ure themselves, and asked to have an American revenue cutter sent there to protect them. The Treasury offi cials at Washington have been noti fied. Rondeau, Ont, Nov. 20. The steam er Petrel arrived here and unloaded 110 American gill nets and ten tons of fish seized from American fisher men off Pelee Island. Immediately after unloading the Petrel steamed...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 December 1894

H0PK3E iSSSiia25SiiBSlSJP3: sasaaatsssaassisasiiKafeai ?,virr V'isTffi"2JKV'-- ji-? r""2C it. W -;- - -Jf ESTABUSHED JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital. IS A CreiUdiferiisIigHdlii TBT2TX T9 you Sni r- IM you vemrvt m fearless rase advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? Head and adver tise in TEOSB E221 m' ilwliMlKWWWSSKSBSKvSv!' .&.?Tv SS. -;?''' - r - MaMj r.Tr" Vi i 7 -iii i ,-- ? "wr-vwkik vA 4 jOTa" -a. r--sfciaEsraiRr-' - ;..' sj;-:hMn4 ss3ngfwBsat : tf81 -: : s2sssr..rj,..ss- ssssssns&r" a"-w . - . jr jl- " lurf - r:. - -v"' : i. - --r .jc - -- - - 3-v - 1 1 bbj .a - jf 4$ ; : Tol, XIII, Friflfir'"' "1"1 mAJiJm TH15Y SaY- fesSi --ISJ r- t? 'ou should have been present. The recorder was in his glory. The affair was great. The Indiana editor must be absent minded. He wou'd like to know just what the deal was, no doubt. 'rhere was no-deal in it. The Freeman man is, no doubt, used to dealing. Why sh...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 December 1894

sC : f --rsv :':' " .--. inv:-. . -,--'-- -.x;:,, " 1 i? Kf r". . It" -'M-. '. . '," i 4' IS"' V m. fir , ".-ot "r3ff1s&! M S 4 tit ;V v -.i . eur-.: "Jl'' I V w i IN f '1 .5a 6 BEE. ftsSTA. rjcjv p,fgk' ..i.Tl IV Pab'.lshed-fiverr jsaturday at 1109 1 Street northwest, Washington, D. O .Entered at the Post Office at Washlrtjton fti second clasB mall matter. W. CAL'o'tn CHASE. Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1-00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 uarter column" " 5.00 alf column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column " u 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. SUFFRAGE. The people of this city are tired of the present form of government. It is tyrannical, outrageous and oppressive. The people are dissafc ified with the present system of government as it is one in which a cert in class of...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 December 1894

jgassgssw ,,-''MWuMMWi ; ---: , ,. ...v..- -.--V -'-,;.. .r.-;V "9-T-' t'-r -. - .':. 1 . . raB BEW "" trTHORlZKD AGENTS ne Colored American, 829 7th St. ny. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. km American Book .Store, 916 Locust fr-A1 street, Philadelphia. , o fnr jflvprhisiTin1 fnrnishnrl ....i:...iiirt ( )lup.p.t,inn:inp. nnvAr.f tiiineWs will not be inserted at any! , rice All remittances should be made : iiv drift, postal money-order, express or rjst.wl letter, Money forwarded In 1 . ,w mviv is nt the sender's risV.S oiiy (iinti 'c, -..... Tn sending money the amount and what it is for should be distinctly stated. i letters, etc., should be addressed to- THK BEE PUBLISHING CO. Washington,!). U. SATURDAY, DEC. 8, 1894 ini ;;:;; it git, Itie Sews of the City Dished Up fo The Bee Readers. PERSONAL POIHTS POINTEDLY PUT WHAT SHOULD BE "WORK For a stylish garment on a well built woman, the frock back and double breasted front of the new sealskin and Persian lamb coats is the striking fur wrap ...

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. — 8 December 1894

l? s-Ti vs' "" "?fr""r! i -!$' "' K r ii' f r -. j ..-' T -v ."i.. -:(; : -:A'-apr??-.-i"' y.r . '-'" ' -."- "-- ?, 7'h-. . - "f7- ?.'!" P"' - - .!-,. V ,.- 19 -1 fc ivn 'Mjj I- Sir f -' 'A m hi ('? . ! "J Pi fit THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Eventt The World's Dwnjji for tilt Past Six Davs Gthtrd nd Condensed for Our Rtadirj. General. It is reported that the Blueflelda -middle is settled. The overdue American liner Indiana has arrived at Philadelphia. Many persons were killed or wound gd by an earthquake in Quito. Mrs. Jacob Schoppenhelm and her two children were burned to death at St. Louis. Mrs. Amelia Lemert whipped a high wayman all alone on a bridge at Co lumbus, O. In trying to escape from jail three negroes burned themselves to death at Polkton, N. C. Sheriff McGee was killed at Cana dian City, Tex., by bandits who tried to rob an express train. It is stated that Queen Victoria has invited the Czar and his T)ride to visit England next summer. The High "Court of Just...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 December 1894

- " ' "g'"?.;fri;lP:; ..li. .lauii- - " , "f?r' i-" ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital llVf )W I ) " MM Ck taUterilslogMen LtN- Mm C. tryiti jMM ak . J SaBBBBBBaHNSrSlsHaiii 7 M V fearless race advo- rk m, m v VIHHBH mM MM 1 ML ak m .......,-., 'mIHK L F MM Do you want coil- m v I f " 'MBKWIh "J! '' ''i'1Trff i i ' . " , " Mm Bead and aver Vol. XL! 1 1, n WAHINGIO, O. Ct SATURDAY, 1 O iM; tJE.Eg, 15, 1894 ISO. 49 ' THEY SAY- SJviSr -? .-v mi ssn? ti4jU' ITihe District government. SLet it be abo'ished. It is tyrannical and oppressive. The people are taxed without their authority. Taxation without representation is m violation of the Con titution. The government protects iiself and opposes the people. It is not every man that grins in your face that is your friend li'nemies grin, friends miile, and snakes bite. You are never known until some one gets in trouble. Your friends want your services free. So...

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. — 15 December 1894

y- -r WliUMJ MilMW Hi 4Q r- - : " : i .--- i . f ft" - js-a & 'T"n jM3 v T BS s V 1 f 1 V, - , I i J tsa- MI W BEIc Published every aturday at 1109 1 Street nortb-weBt, Washington, D. C .Entered at the Post Office at Washington as seoond class mail matter. W. CA1.vtk CHASE. Editor, TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.5 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. Ten lines constitute an inch. A BAD BREAK. The remarks of Hon. Pred Douglass at the dinner given in honor of Hon. H. O. Smith by Recorder of Deeds Tay lor, were out of place. The guests did not jro there to listen to a speech rela tive to the charges against Mr. Taylor and when Mr. Douglass said that upon investigation lie found them to be false, he uttered s...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 December 1894

-i--.--? ss55r" -" F THcjfr:Afcari.",-.i:TTx-:.'iJi - 1fMmilifwriliii.9ll lUrrfwrii I -i i r i n i in ii in , - vf f i -- ' 5H " - - '? - 'i'l'-iS "rH- &?gl,' VS5" .'" v"'2i",.-"5'' '-''-? jflgS3 iS5wsr; f"& -' Vif w THE BEtS UTHOBIZED AGENTS Town talk is that Young & Co's glass stain at 7U X street n. w. The best vavnish in the world is at 1 ounc & Go's, 714 K street n. w. ti... Colored American, 829 7th St. nw. ? j J i n" Rates to FFtiiferlfcsorfs. IKUE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. iY..--vmerican Book Store, 016 Locust Atl ' Street, Philadelphia. Intimates for advertising furnished ..'i ';iiiilicatioii- Objectionable adver . MineJits will not be inserted at any '. Vi. All remittances should be made u "iiriil't. postal money-order, express or , ,.. . si .-red letter. Money forwarded In v" other way is at the sender's risk. J., wilding money the amount and what i is lor should be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., should be addressed 1 Till-: BEE PUBLISHING CO. Washington,...

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. — 15 December 1894

tV: 3: r1 n& rT-w-is5SsgSa -"H:??- :FiSr"":S' rt(i4pi--. ..;Vfe.Ji .?, LlHWSHw ' rti'.Bfitir ilrtWBWWWiilMtWWBgB II4MMMW!MHIIMK ftli.V3'i--iS --"i ,.3?-iXSvJ' H- - t; & ,,.V. j W. .....MSiEBevo - rV- S?S J, T M - Ik ill? - m , vBfk f THIS WEEK'S NEWS , A 'Summary of Current Evcnls Tti Vorld' iDoiufis for tht Past Six Dav$ Gathered i rt(J Condensed for Our Reader. Ccnerxl. It is reported that the Bluefields tiMJ4Ie is settled. The overdue American liner Indiana thus arrived at Philadelphia. Many persons were killed or wound-i-A by an earthquake in Quito. Mr. Jacob Schoppenhelm and her iw children were burned to death at Si. Louis. Jlrs. Amelia Lemert whipped a high wayman all alone on a bridge at Co Ittialnifi, 0. In trying to escape from jail three ttcgroes burned themselves to death at Poilcton, N. C. Sheriff McGee was killed at Cana dian City, Tex., by bandits who tried to rob an express train. It is stated that Queen Victoria has invited the Czar and his bride to visit En...

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. — 22 December 1894

l....B!,.'JJ',, .... VI V ESTABLtSHED JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largnt bona fide circula tion of any Afro American Journal j published at the Capital. . B, . . ....; .... .w?rT rr-T -r-;:. ...g ..,,.. ,r . ,. .. -. . -.--'- .. frr ' - .''- --"..-'.' "-, - L. , lk k k jm rtfc. v J?llf im tk 1 II I II II I 4 ' W "r . m "- (5myL IjC P U A 1141 r ' -" " v m m HEHHHHSrV 1 wCM Mm do you nam ca- v X r r J1HWIIbK3pk5S,S SS-SjWn1 i f B ii - 'V!-. f Vol, XIII. THEY SAY- t They are false What are Fa5e ? Ask the old man eloquent. Just wait and see if they are false The Kansas wind bag will have an opportunity to disprove them. His dirty assault upon an innocent woman. Prepare your ears to hear. If you have tears prepare to shed them now. He will be removed in ten days. Four places and $10 per month during his term of offi"e. Eev. Astwood's affidavit. Four places if you forward me one hundred dollars. Listen to the music it is sweel and soft. The consul to Santos will be re called. The Kansas win...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 December 1894

jr. .JI -V-' -"? 1 irs-fr. t r. .ft Mr I m: '"ss&'y- ' If1 ii & itr lf - 'nfc fin 1 t "' tt-f Fit v It WJ T SUFFRAGE AND LOOAL SELF-GOVEBNMEttT. V Pub.Ished every Saturday at 1109 1 Street nortli-weBt, "Washington, D. C .Entered at the Post Office at Washir?ton as second class mail matter. W. GALVT CHASE. Editor. i ,1 "- " TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1-00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING RATES. 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. Ten lines constitute an inch. THAT DINNER. The dinner that was given id honor of H. C Smith by Q, H. J. Taylor, to which ihe Ree was in vited, was considered to be a social affair. The Bee attended because the gentleman in whose honor the Gin ner was given was a personal friend of the editor, and the reason why ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 December 1894

fesSfcrss? ',"-., ' . r ,.'-. i-" J-a-,-- - M ,:c; .00, .05, B. 3a te . is id ,h )U ii 8, is V tl 1- J "I m -TOE BEB AUTHORIZED AGENTS The Colored American. S2,Q 7rh St-,, mr. - - - -- j --.-. w . where the Bee can be had. Afro-American Book Store, 91G Locust Street, Philadelphia. Estimates for advertising furnished on application. Objectionable adver-i PhIipq wii t,,t,w t . T? tisements mil not be inserted at yil:Iamg,xnaK t0 puce. aii remittances snouia be made by draft, postal money-order, exnress 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 to THE BEE PUBLISHING CO. Washington, D. C. SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1894. BDBIDR SB IS BIT. fhe News of the City Dished Up fo The Bee Readers. PERSONAL POINTS POINTEDLY PUT Home News and Events Transpir ed Since our Last Issue Other Matters WortHy of Careful Con sideration. SubscriDe to the BEE. Want...

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