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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 December 1894

r . -" .-! ' ' " BgHWWWI WBWJBPiMt . "T'H . , HBiLiflMlBSPSPH? imp- 'J)C' 'SPtPft' IftU' F5E" --rsi"- r -s ..- i f i fc r fX : . u- ''. M 'j 7 ,-""-faisBsB-ar" If f S.'T '. V a if 1M THIS WEEK'S NEWS, ft Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers, m?i CJcneml. The Amsterdam, Holland, diamond "cutters went out on strike. Fire damaged tlie foundry of Gag non & Freres, Quebec, $35,000; insur ance, $15,000. Wilson Brown, jr., a White Plains lawyer, was sandbagged and robbed near his home. The Atlanta Chamber of Commerce has indorsed Secretary Carlisle's finan cial reform plan. Unusually severe and repeated earth quake shocks were experienced at Rangoor, Britisli Burmah. Three thousand unemployed work Ingmen invaded the Montreal City Hall and yelled for bread. James Woolsen, of Syracuse, shot himself at his broth er-in-law's house in Seneca Falls, and will die. The Famous Laundry Works at Dayton, O., were completely destr...

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. — 5 January 1895

' UL!H" I PRT'1R''',,'a"'"lpM'"1VIViPM 2 n I. 7h I) -?."" f? r,.7v; P., i.... Vr" A TniimiMim. lift vm) "' uuln," ,ir anilc. I,rs.r "VVm-icuiJ- .Kt Hi.utku litcratur". p H rt4 B S "l ESTABLISHED JUNE2, 1381. i i If fnts ihe largest bona fide circula- i I -. i.on cf any Afro- American journal Wi published at the Caoital ; Cj 0 MM C Great Advertising r ; j, m Sm J TIliriTX Mm fifc jL&)k - fearless race ad ko- Si . . "" -'" H kSs i, v 'I v ,.? p. l Vk 1 u I1! i'-Vi IP 5 ft' Ei "s X i .tf Vf Vol. XIII, Pfv.a v. .raf'-fin THEY SAY- J $& i. ta: W (fie has received it, lEfis ticket of leave man. To Kansas he must 0. The President is disgusted. The entire country is disgusted. iHe has n ) respect tor widows or igfjjhans Watch the black gum man or woman. 11'rut'h is as foreign to some people sis a ,t;ood meal. Jesse Law on makes a good pres ident. dllas the old man eloquent finished ihis investigation. iPerhaps he will be a wiser man. '"he Kansas porpoise has appointed AJiss Irene Br...

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. — 5 January 1895

5? & & V-,i X TO Pub.lshed everv acr.raay at 1109 1 blreet northwest, Waebingion, D. C .Entered at the Post Office at Washir?tOD , as second ciass uiuxi lumici. W. CALvn CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, One copy per year - $1.50 Six months 1-00 Three months -?0 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING BATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column" 4i... 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, leu lines constitute an inch. OUR DEFENSE. The Bee has been in existenc6 13 years and there has not been a time in its career that it has failed to do its duty towards the people. While it has defended the right and upheld those moral principles which it believed tu be right and iast it has not failed to expose wrong, be it in the palaces of the rich or the huts and hovels of the poor. When the true facts in the re corder of deeds' case are l...

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. — 5 January 1895

m. anpBHnlTffi' 'jwi'iwii' i'ii hJm m . " SSrwpWw5nffiCliriP?r' srv-i. iuti tromarw9g J" r-ex?f 1 ,nT"rW7ii"rf",riii trrrri n m hth ,. m, ,.,. , , j j 1 m iiM3ijJBU iQwai ulwwji i r , Vf ; -V MTxwf!w-1jr . - f " r" if. jIS BE LYNCH LAW ITS EBxMEDY was the subject of Miss Ida B. Wells' lecture at the Metropolitan a. iu. J!;, unurcn, the evening of -" i MVM AGENT8. ,,. coo 7,h t mv VUUiJ t-"o evening oi ..tfhinirf Antencan, 8J H bt. mu the 20th instant. A large audience l nrWAT J?8 In atrendanee all considered. KTHEBEECAl, BE HAD. Mjsg g ; mo-i hi Book store, 910 Locust without manuscript, hold.ng the Iirt-iV,.,,,Jt. Philadelphia, undivided attention of her bearers - - Z T7: throughout: She is a remarkable W"" '. r a?fird: "om?.l"ld will -doubtless prove a urt"' ; ' rsm-lnrl at nv Ven.Mp JOan oM spiH ; b inserted at any of Arc in petting lu 58wcn'sv,,.v ;' . tnnt chonid bemad'e motion such agencies as will even- ; , ,,'. : mi money-order, express or dually deliver her race Irom the ' ...

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. — 5 January 1895

aj' sajzsss5arsssssaansgajagaii: i&z&sszzsssacgc&sssszzaBsxi&szsssiszzs: zsssssassss yArfhiTwUrfTS Mr- BOY FORGER AND STOVAWAY. Willie SulS'.van "Wnt t. ''-! fid V. :li Hi- : !-., hut V si- llubh-.i. Bloominston, 111., Doc. 31. Aboi.t k-o Diontis aso Willie auliivcii. ay-. xt. forged arid paed a check ior $32?, s' 0iiing the name of his brother, a you.g business man of Blooming tori. He then left for New York. Word tas been received tiiai the lad was in ;.' Orleans under the name of Gmige J'or.ock. The British steamship Vesta, Cant Brown, sailed frcm Liverpool for New Orleans December 1, and had i Fiarmy passage. On December 5 the crew disco vered a stowaway hid den in the hold who had been without food and water for six days. He was the young Blooini.gton forger. He -aid ha ha"d sailed from New York to Liverpool on the Unibria, and he was robbed ulmost as soon as he landed in Lherpnol. He applied for aid to the American Consul, but no assist ance was :pven him. When...

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. — 12 January 1895

9 PIBPwft -" -- . r , h ,V ,tv- ESTABLISHED i JUNE 2, 1SS1. has the largest 1 0na ftde circufa- en of any Afro- 5fc Sss IS A Creal Advertising Kediam m THY IT ! Do io? xCajif re I liable news? mer.can journal Jl' you icant a fearless race advo cate? Do you tcant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in OOHEM EJEJ! oi.'.!isht (at the L i & - ?$& ft ft HT11 IT v 71 J Jfe X v fc. B cssh j 4jr,y "'f, Vol. XIII, S533CMI THEY SAY- til ' ? ? 3 .- ? Ji- i hi' liluiTer cannot bluff. i !, Knnsas porpoise will be given an ,., i ..ittiuity to defend himself. !.is is liis las' card. 1 in- J J kg liolds4 aces. L;'v!' Ouhello his occupation is gone. 'I iic ex-bigamist needs le to clean ! ! -M'll'. il advisers must all b learned men. !,. W Pulies would do better if he v "nld look after his wife. ik- was a standing candidate for the i;. . orders' oilice Like al. others, he and the Kansas m:j l bajr, are in the soup. ii didn't the other duck, the e.v l.i.unist. swear out a warrant also. ilii ar...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 January 1895

'r$w?0mm A- MV. . .-- m u "i iMirr-iuwpgiii1 wai I jlfe bee. THE Pab.isned ever? Saturday at 1109 1 btreet nortbwesl, Washington, D O Entered at the Post Office at WashIr?ton as second class mail matter. W. CALtm 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 column" ,s 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. SATURDAY, JAN. 12, 1895. THAT LIBEL. There are times in the history of men when they resort to bluffs and subterfuges to hide their deeds. Very often it is necessary to ulay a game of bluff and very desperate is that eame sometimes, that on its face, it looks like the gui'ty is innocent. In the case of O. H. J. Taylor, no such a game of b'uff is plausible, nor is it possible for him to...

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. — 12 January 1895

yP rgwtupc? atAiecAmrrTT-TT .-rilK BEc HINTS ! HINTS ! ! --""", 7IUZKJ) aGEXTS ,, .i vnipricin, S29 Till St. mv. Tii'-1 " - ' u.lTfiKBEECAN 11BHAD. . ,mt!l,:inroo!cStore,01G Locust I A'"A v-i ik-i. (Philadelphia. , f.r adverli.siiig furnished I- !" , . objectionable adver-j ' ' . 'IwJ not be inserted at any; ' '"' '' j, Miit:tiis .should up made , ; ' ' , - tl money-order, express m j l!,! -t.rm Money forwarded 'n -' " ' i is at i he senders risk.: , , .. the amount and what I ' ' " i he distinctly stated. J ' ' j .. .tc , should he addressed t : "jI: j: pruLisinxG co. j ..-liiiitor. D. C. i iff ;V. OAK. 12, 1S95 I QBQ Si U E ylii. It is not wise to marrv Avnonf. wm .. m love, otherwise, you are likely to be u tin tippy. It is very improper for a man to begin talking to a girl whom he m t at an en tertainment, but did not receive an in troduction to. , A breach of etiquette is for a young man to begm making love to a girl while a thud party is in the room, and is equally as bad for ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 January 1895

1r' rjaamJK ir"?"' " i" i - M'fr, T"' '"' nTS t X r -4v- 1" I- BOY FORGER AND STOWAWAY. Willie Sullivan Went to Englnml With Hii '.Money, but Was lobhr1. Blooniington, 111., Dec. 31. About two mcnl'is ago "Willie Sullivan, aged iixteea, forged and passed a check Cor $325, s'gning the name of his brother, a you.ig business man of Blooming con. He then left for New York. Word ras been received that the lad was in .' Orleans under the name of George Pol'ock. The British steamship Vesta, rapt Brown, sailed, from Liverpool for New Orleans December 1, and had i jaormy passage. On December 5 the crew discovered a stowaway hid den in the hold who had been without food and water for six days. He was the young Bloomington forger. He .-said he had sailed from New York to Liverpool on the Umbria, and he was robbed almost as soon as he landed in Liverpool. He applied for aid to the American Consul, hut no assist ance tvas given him. When found in the Vesta's hold the lad was in a pitia ble condi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 January 1895

15 i! It has the largest m mlZ M MM '' f to! 1 fcrtlsllf Hrf JBl S frm 7fe cc:a- V iT 7 M fc TRTITI j$Kf im of any Afro- I Afe mw "S-afeSP1 TmM ' ' iwr C-"' " 8p CflWfa lik ki "lt ."( LM Mm Do you want col- mfl Vol . .iJLI. W A Blu -mTr.,iv.wlT - - . - i -" 'm . Z - - ii'M Tlie Sa,3r -t (Corrupt removed. men in office should be Monumental gall people. She died a death will fool some that is to be re gretted. (Howard University i a great insti tution. Tihe conspiracy will be exposed. IDr. Rankin is the negro's friend. IBe watchful of those who show their ite'th A. deceitful man dealih. has a grin like Some people think that they are -.vise. The bad man will go where angels dure not tread. The man who claims to know every thing (knows nothing. Stand all apart and let the light shine. Pu'l aside the curtain and turn on the licrht. The people ,shall have the light "in the Record er's office. Fresh Puiies and his 'Italian -hasd-j as he styles himself, will be given a chance. Astwood, 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. — 19 January 1895

, Mr I 11 1 B't ( I I i it !l l . !)f r M m MB ; 111 JiHJWo Pub.l8aed ever? Sat&rday at 1109 1 Street northwest, Washington, D. O .Entered at the Post Office at WashlrsftOD as second class mail matter. W. CALYJN CHASE, Editob. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 2o ADVERTISING HATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column" ; 5-0 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. SATURDAY JAN. 19, 1895. THE ACROBAT. The acrobatic editor, High Chris topher Columbus Astwood, had an other one of his nervous fits last week when he made another one of his personal and disappointed at tackb on Dr. Williams, of the Freed men's hospital, because he failed to secure an appointment there. This foieigner muse be do ing something to keep his band in, or to keep his hea'd in ...

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. — 19 January 1895

I ' ' II-" ---m Jl ' ' wammammmmm 5" H h'?S3&J?&&2SS&i!mZ& i'&S&!aC' &?.- gr-' r t,'ass' ?--Ji'-?i; -?? -jr39" f.SIi ,r" "" .. 'l-Tr " ef jtu t:,JutK..'.Ai''T.r, ."V-aiS rVyi-ic. ..J ' :-t. : -",- --ar-ssr y - .&," stA-" V S M r t, - f TBE BE IS I -"TtTTliOttlZKD AGENTS "theBee can be had. , merican Book Store,.910 Loeust AfiVul Street, Philadelphia. -r,s for advertising furnished cation. OWectionable adver on Es will not be inserted at any ti5en All remittances should he made PL postal money-order, express or If a . J m 1 or. M oney forwarded n er's prices and the most liberal terms, deserves the highest; "commendation. Every one who is contemplating the purchase of an Organ or Piano, should get the analogue issued by this firm. Jt illustrates and describes all the latest and best designs of Organs and Pianos with prices and special offers that are sure to prove profitable. Thev general ly offer to send to it free to all whowrite and mention the ...

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. — 19 January 1895

fflBwpggp?t;3-v - v i.- .-,'- '- ,--'!' fj?,'Kjvvi!Ki.-Vif:--.l s.- : i '.-. wvmMiuatassuezOLjtisfB! WH.W .Hi, i j. ,.,.. 4 :-f Hi- 'I .gj'VyjT ewmn iA".' 'LWai'' ! BOY FORGER AND STOWAWAY. VTiliie Sullivan Went to IZn-lanil With Till Money, "but Was Ituhbud. Blootnington, 111., Dec. SI. About tnTo months ago Willie Sullivan, aged sixteen, forged and passed a check for 325, signing the name of liis brother. a youijg business man of Blooming ton. He then left for New York. Word bas been received that the lad was in Wtv Orleans under the name of George Pollock. The British steamship Vesta, Capt Brown, sailed from Liverpool for New Orleans December 1, and had l stormy passage. On December 5 the crew discovered a stowaway hid den in the hold who had been without food and water for six days. He was the young Bloomington forger. He said he had sailed from New York to Liverpool on the Umbria, and he was robbed almost as soon as he landed in Liverpool. He applied for aid to the American Con...

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. — 26 January 1895

I IV. L w"WMiSEgB5aP. ' 1 1 Tm 1. i SJ-jVlgWS'f ?, "5 X. , O" vy ..-,?"-- ;a.r,c. ' lSW .,-. "& . 3;' . vjv.; r v M 'esiWiiiiiGiv - v X-mPW' ..3-feN?:-?,j "j f C 3Ka$"jA .LC'-r?" -? ' ll-W " f Jk !f ' -! ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. ' '-i r. y. sat & $ 3u A ft c the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro- 1 Tjrriri h 1H y snlr- American journal published at the Zia&?nt00? r ! you vani m caUf 2o yotiteant col ored trade? Capital Stad and advr- tist in TjECEB EX! &i If ? '.-' k&ntwtr V3: .Tv . v" " '- "ALi. "i. e.i-i- ? v Ml " - - 1 I - X vol- xmi. 0SBB3S THey Say The acrobat, Christopher Columbus Astwood. lie '.vanted an office for himself and then other people, from Taylor He is one thing that doesn't know his on mind. 1 h bones of Columbus would have met with fate had they been biought to this country. Will the acrobatic editor of The Def nder deny the letter of Ghas. R Douglass, and the charges of Taylor ? Will the acrobatic editor tell the public why he abuse...

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. — 26 January 1895

' -:3S5Mr.'r&T5lt7C"' vqms&&?'rT f CXTTT: sTOESBSjrp,;! $ 4 k ' :f i M 1 J ft P P I' - t i f ( i r J ? 1 k. r ! -2t c ! I V l 4 Mm. BEE. www M KffiH -WW PabliBhpd eve y Saturday at 1109 I Ftieet JNorihwest, waso ngion, . u. Entered at in Pst Offlc- a! Wash'ng'oD &s teoind cIrrs mail uwttei J W. CALVIN" CHASE, Editor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1 .50 Six months- 1-00 Three mouths 0 City subscribers, monthly 20 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 " " &.00 Half column " " 7n.0 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 1895. THE INDICTMENT. The colored p-ople of thi- conntn ar- beginning to 1 ant the impoi tai'Ce nf deposing corrupt men i (ffice. Te have 1no 1 anted that a ujhii'c col'.ir shall b no br t( him being exposed when he is in the wrong. What i.4 the du'y of a public...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 January 1895

I pnsSBSHf -frr "" " ' " """"" .-rHB BEE. -ORIZfiD AGENTS . American, S29 7th St. nw. 6 rrhe Umiw . -Tthe bee can be had. ,prican Book Store, 916 Locust ilS, Philadelphia. --" 7T7T7 orivprtisincr furnished Est,ition. Objectionable adver od PP??I!hi not be inserted at any t!femeiu should he made & rtst:il money-order, express or $&rtrJ letter. Money forwarded n m-slr:. " .-. is at ihe sender's risk. s'L mone the amount and what InS?r Lukl be distinctly stated. "J, fetters, etc , should ue addressed 10IK BEE PUBLISHING CO. WaMiingion, u. . TL"RI)VY JAN 26' l895 bVS OF.INTERESr, ., . p ilcCape. has been honored L 1 .lc.f hi in tlie legislature. ir.;i f"-" Thp tebtniionial concert given last Ij-y night was a success. prof H.ncon, of the High School, mm late.- giving a grai.d cantata in ifi It w ih equal, it" not exceed auy jg'that has ever been given in the JJlslllCt. Miss Florence Mathews, who has been cchioi two weeks, is again able to be on Jul at l'leedineu's hospital. )h. A...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 January 1895

nil' I. BiniiTinrniMTwririT m. m I -- .-vi --,. - ' ;-.-." S3r - . 11 "' ? miAis - zm. j a I JA, ;-.- V V "1 ?f ?' 3 VM m J i u I it. i 4 r V 5 ... - 1 v ' 5 1 . '. ! i -- ' I " : 18 ''' ,, mL NEWS TERSElHfD. PARAGRAPHS CONDENSED FOR QUICK READING. fti&ny Items of Interest From All Parti of the- World Are Here Given as Kernels Without" the Chaff The Greek Ministry lias resigned. Cardinal Desprese, Archbishop of Toulouse, is dead. Fire at Livonia, N. Y., burned three hotels. Loss, ?8,000. Fire at Proctor's Mills, Ogdensburg, N. YM did ?2o,000 damage. William J. Sewell was elected United States Senator from New Jersey. The Flower City Democracy organ ized the Monroe County machine. The Rev. Dr. Kirby, rector emeritus of the Irish College 'at Rome, is dead. The Sherman anti-trust law was de clared inapplicable to the Sugar Trust The Parkhurst memorial fund in New York now amounts to ?19,342.25. A great portion of the village of Swormsville, N. Y,. was burned. Loss, $14,000. Sir Hen...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 February 1895

W!'f,i-X '.-t v.y-rsi IT irsa . U s 1 J n. 'At' 1 - H I ' ESTABUSHED JUNE 2, 1881. fcwa Fide circula tion of any Afro American journal JS A TXT IT! 1 Do you tSttnt - i I Zte&fo new? Up you want fearless race advo cate? pUOIISntiU ui uic Do you want col ored trade? Bead and adver tise in TSSS ZEl Capital -fHO as- flu&f!!!!!w -e Xj0. ''TWO&- - h -"' - - - vi $f -W ,,- " If - Vol. XIIX rnJn.&-y Sa3r What constitutes bigamy? A man with two wives. Mr. Charles R. Douglass poured oil on the foreigner. Lookout for Mr. Johnson book on Liberia dedicated to the editor of the BEE. It gives Taylor four months life in the negro republic. Don't fail to read his French letter that become so famous in the colored republic. You should also read his opinion of Ir. Cleveland at a dinner given in his honor. Bis opinion of the American negro is rich. His school Skht. great reply to the superintendent is Sabbath " out of Taylor's life in Liberia is the latest.. It will be printed in the Be...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 February 1895

V 3sr?ifzrz$!xpr1 iMMMMMHMMiLa :?" ..-;jr -a '.JftJ JPV xvp..-. :ii.!4 ' ' -; ?, ; V-;' '-,: -, -S '- : iwr&K&rs ?z7!:??Sf!f5Fv? TFvl I- r -".j--.-. -WW al v pmHpawamii! i .B i'- Ji i j k ) " : 1 IS i 1 1 ) g - A ii I !l If SuflHt.4 THE PtibllBbpd eve y Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Northwent, Washnton, .C. Entered at ib Post Office a! Washington M spcnnd class mall matter J W. CALVIN CHASE. Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1 . 50 Six months 1.00 Three months o0 City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVERTISING KATES. Onp inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column u " 5.00 Halfrnhimn " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 ( )ne inch. one year 10.00 Quarter column " " 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents i-er lii.e. Ten lines constitute an inch. S v TURD AT, FEB. 2, 1895. the public printer and the negro. Some time ago the Bee had orca sion to reply to its esteemed contem porary, The New York Age, relative to the Public Printer and colored printers ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 February 1895

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Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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