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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 February 1895

jafr-.-J---' sv 4 7 V e MS TERSELY TOLD. PARAGRAPHS CONDENSED FOR QUICK READING. Many Items of Interest From All Farto of the TPorld Are Here Glren M Kernels Without the Chaff. I. I 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. Y., did $25,000 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 ol 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, 114,000. Sir Henry F. Ponsonby, Queen Vic toria's private secretary, is progressing slowly towards recovery. The United States Supreme Court ordered the release of Debs and his as socia...

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. — 16 February 1895

aaffliaiirry-.Mw. ..'. ! bmMBawEaoee5asa)j33 "Wr- uMifwr11 yw"W .'- ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. ." It has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American Journal published at the Capital -. Br L 1 sflBSlcEsiKflAi ' !! . Jrm. fearless race ad vo- I JL B llHIHfe'S'SB v' JW JwB Do you tcant coZ- - - V "Vcl XIII THe3r Say The indictment is reported. Now comes the tug of war. All that glitters is not gold The feast of Pompii was enjoyed by Ceasar. Never miss a good thing when you can get it. Belle Russell of R street, will be att'-ndfd to. She tti'l be taught a lesson. Her over-anxiety to serve the por poise will get her in trouble. She will be given an opportunity. The Republicans have a load to carry. Their recent victory makes a divi sion in the party lines. Be what you seem to be and noth ms more. Don't be alarmed when you hear the roar of cannons and shooting of guns. It ib only three days talk. It has been a hard winter. Some men will not tell the truth. The Liberian mission ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 February 1895

r- r m ill 4 1 j-; j :; r ''M M ! r i i I , t i 4 i? . ( . i rK 1!.: i 3! 1ST 4 i Wf i i J' BEE TIE Published eve y Saturday at 1109 I Street Northwest, Washington, . C. En'eredat th Post Office al Washington as second claBB mall matter J W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1 .50 Six months... 1-00 Three months "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 " u 55.00 Half column " " 7o.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line Ten lines constitute an inch. SATURDAY.FEB 16, 1895. SAVED FROM THE TO.LS. LAWYER HEWLETT AND KIMBALL. JUDGE There was an exciting scene in tie police court last week, over which Jtide Kimball presides. There was a colored man by the name of Green, on trial, charged with disorderly con duct. J he officer testified that he arrested the man while he was engaged in a fight in the ba...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 February 1895

ZZ-W , -'H-mji-t wsevTB!l-sT',pwF v -W -' aP3?i..: - j " 11 E "F- "HORIZED AGENTS .ed American Ttli St. nw. BE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Book Store, 91G Locust Color win iftoSSI. Madeira TO INTERNES OF FREED MEN'S HOSPITAL. i? . iU sk-I - ... H-AlTIClTlCr I I I I I 1 ll lt-1 I -. ,ti tor aincifw"ft - IsnV::;- obiectionatole adver- . ra i j -n jll'1""" ... : ltf ' !ii: 3 a1K i:ill 'not be inserted at any nienYn rpmiLtances should be made Pft rfwtnl money-order, express or K dnl1 ,' i, t pr M onev forwarded .n re?I K- wa is at the sender's risk. anV ,jr moHPV the amount and what ln.nl1 i ,-,1 be distinctly stated. jtSl TetW-etc., should he addressed t0THE BEE PUBLISHING CO. Washington, D. C. "sATrHDAV FEB. 1C, 1895. xid. Personal. jjccal a' PIIt 110 AST. ,r ti 1'r.M.ktT save a wig roa&b anu , " iirmktii his friends and patrons at ! mop "o. 1229 D street southeast. nik un !' I , i . ,...tn nt m rrrpar. inimnprs. ii wiirtHl the one opinion that he was i.Tii" .! iiir iii-iiiimi. .!. mnsi t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 February 1895

r - ' y ! r PUmuImJUVJMJOU ; ? Ji K if a NEWS TERSELY TOLD. PARAGRAPHS CONDENSED POR QUICK READING. Hany Items or Interest From AD Parts of the "World Are Here Gives as Kernel Withrot the ChaJC The Prince of Wales's yacht Britan nia lias arrived at Cannes. George Gould has been elected com modore of the Atlantic Yacht Club. The President has nominated Brig. Gen. Thoma3 H. Eager to be Major General. An explosion occurred in a foundry at Joinville, France, killing three men and injuring fourteen. Archduke Albrecht. Field Marshal of Austria, 23 In a dying condition from congestion of the lungs. In the communal elections through out Italy the Moderates everywhere defeated the Radicals and Socialists. Emperor France Joseph of Austria has arirved at Mentone. President Faure "wired his Majesty a message of welcome. Bob Fitzsimmona entered a demur rer at Syracuse to the indictment charging manslaughter for the killing of Con Riordan. Harry Smith, a snow shoveller on the Pennsylvania Railroa...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 February 1895

' mTT. 'NS M , ESTABU8HED JUNE 2, 1881. 5U S - JBA X . - . . , A .... - - .' V 1 .-) i has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American Journal published at the Capital v-c :xrci Tiiey Say Snakes are dangerous at times. So are some men who grin. A two-faced man will stab hisln this WQ-y several lives were saved. friends. A man who enjoys the hospitalities of his friends and then stabs them is" no man. Secretary Carlisle will appoint. a colored emigrant inspector. He will be a colored .Democrat pure and simple. ? The Kansas porpoise summoned the sage of Anacosia to testify to his good character. Great Caesar there will be. What a falling off The truth when told is more effect ive tlun a lie. Good men will tell the truth. You can a' ways tell when a good man tells the truth. An enemy will stab you to the heart. A friend will defend you at any time. It is better to tell the truth than it is to tell a lie. Lawyer John -A. Moss is .a .ffood reasoner. He has the respect of the ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 February 1895

PjgPll mM31?Fr?W&Wv,Ki THESSSaSzfSseSBu 6? I ME JgRjt BEE. Published eve-y Saturday at 1109 I Street Northwest, Washington, U. C. Entered at the Poet Office at Washington as second class mail matter. J W. CALVIX CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months LOO Three mouths 50 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 " 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. SATURDAY, FEB. 23, 1895. FREDERICK DOUGLASS DEAD. The sudden death of Hon. Fred erick Douglass is, no doubt, a shock to the entire country. It was just last Sabbath morning when he at tended the services at the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church. Apparently he was in the beBt of health and spirits. As a Negro he was one of the representatives, and a man of pecu liar temperament. Mr. D...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 February 1895

yv ...... v , . m . 1 1 ii VnWHh P?:& N ?srxj&E&Fma&x'maijwit !ff'wai. "-"r" 'vav fw"t,ibs.'B7x. -jsit.!t : Tirv-' - f 'iy0E EftSE. The ArrHORIZD a ENTS Colored American, 829 7th St. nw. u-HEBE THE BEE CA ,BEHAD. , nipripan Book Store, 916 Locust Afto-AntVretf Philadelphia. p,a:,s for advertising furnished F1i i?. ition. Objectionable adver- 0,1 . Mil not be inserted at any u A.i ivmiltances should be made 1 Tr-itr i vtalinoney-oruer,eALrebsor b vj' 1 -iter. Money forwarded In i2 ..', wi, is at the sender's risk. hi. --.- -- , i. j ...-I.... a,A ', ' . - uonev the amount and what Jfni'sMild be distinctly stated. ill M' -, etc- should be addressed l0in: WEE PUBLISHING CO. Washington, ID. C. 'sA'jVKPA.Y, FEB. 23, 1895. local and. :Fersonal. KLD TIOX OF OFFICERS. At SOilStI'" office -forth""' Ge-r Jeffprs'ia teiHieii- urer: ?.n Miss I tan.M'; Isaiah ' Ellai liljrari.w). jibnina' Mr Ki U -tliel Baptist Church on Wil ;ij following Sunday school been elected and installed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 February 1895

r ,-'&---' "'-. ""' '"swftrrfgtsy; i .-' , V' : NEW TERSELY TOLD. PARAGRAPHS CONDENSED FOR QUICK READING. Many Items of Interest From All Parts f the World Are Here Given as Kernels "Without the Chaff. The trial of Barney Martin for the murder of W. A. Wright was begun at "Buffalo. Philip Martin, a negro, the murder er of Eli Stilwell, was hanged at Kan sas City, Mo. Dr. Charles H. Smith, of Nyack, N. Y., prominent in State Y. M. C. A, circles, is dead. George Torrey, the oldest newspaper man in Kalamazoo, Mich., is dead, aged Blxty-six years. William Godfrey Dyas, one of Chi cago's pioneer physicians, was killed by a Lake Shore train. W. L. Wilson, of tariff renown, has been tendered the position of President of the University of Texas. Charles M. Hughes, superintendent of the American News Company, died suddenly in his office at New York. Clane W. Cameron, aged eighteen, tried to kill himself and his wife Mamie, aged seventeen, in St. Louis. The Union League Club of New! York ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1895

liMV .,? -,-- C4'i -? --.-7-': i-: ?:; - - -r -V-. ,.,. . v, ' - '' ' i Pa6mA' jr ESTABUSHEO jUNE2, 1881. Sit ISA TmTrri ft has the largest bom fide circula tion of any Afro American journal D yu f mI - IiKenry 2; y&K fU published at the feat:Urc kte? Capital JKmmI h adr- tUiiTMXMWX! 1'y(-,' r i . - :"- '--"I-'-" '.-' "-;.'- ''.-""":.'-- '" '"" .--' HMWi.J.M.tU'1 ij.. - -.-f3- .t-t ,.. - . z ' " ,;- - "t .. . i' - .tf-V.-r'.;. k " ? -r- '. -. " ' ' ; . . r. W'-i ;v, '" ----- 1t -, " is ': . . .. -.-'' -v. .. -.. - x . u ""v fJL " .H '- - " vim .! -"HH V-cl ."XIII They Ssl3t You were disappointed, were you not? Tiif man who plays white in office and colored out of office has lost his i ocnij ation. It" the republicans are successful in tyb he will be a negro 'ooking for a job He will get left this time. 'Jht law of libel is not found in Agricultural Reports. Y"i should not think-so. It is cruel to charge a man with looking lor authorities on the law cf libel in such books. No aut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1895

"!,---,-m. - - ' - " ' ' T. -- 'saanptm ' x-N,rv4ir s'- ' - - v -, ' ,- ' , -t a ;9!gpi5gssKsggiras -nnmpsir- tvme r-?fe:? . -"- wT & -4 , ' I,! , T h: EHE Published evcy Saturday at 1109 I Street North weBt, Washington, D.C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington M second class mall matter j W. CALVIN" CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 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 " " 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1895. OUR INCARCERATION. Whatever the results of our re cent trial were, there is one proud satisfaction, we have the indorse ment of a grateful people and of the all-powerful press of this city and the country. A man may make mistakes in his lifetime but those mistakes are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1895

WiiS.'OW. " a.l'- -.- ' ik- j! --'W, ", A2S MfJKW, -T . &"7 2 " .-saesM .yllK 13 E -TTTKlzTFGEKl-h (,lrtlAiiwriin,829 7ihSt.nw. nRTBBBEECA BE HAD. ;- Hook Store, 916 Locust V- will not oe inauitcu k u. ut.vm .'., shnnlfl be made l-v ( ri' Ulli" """ ! PT,tt Hbtal money-order, express or lVanm. 1' . Money forwarded .n reej5tei i is at the sender's risk. aifv n;;,ev the amount and what in.lf, Id be distinctly stated, ili letter" etc, should be addressed to-lv vr prBLlslilJXix u. W.ihington, JJ. O. sVjThl;AY. APRIL 6,1895- cal and Personal. jjs Tin .; .1 VIL INVESTIGATION. . frii..tt Mimcil Davey, an English- i -is l.ivivnvd false charges against ian; " Lli:ud. The Bee will next Nan11 J1 . ,!.:.. rr cuvnlmiit. linw tt,,au ' ...i, .tnr?!it. this'hotel. ljul)gs JUI- LUH- JM ,-ad by 50,000 people every COLLATION. Mrs. Mary J. Kinloch, of Philadel phia was tendered a collation by her friends last Eririnv vn? - 4.1. A " deuce uf Miss Emma Thompson, 1642 Tenth si rear.. Tim i,,w. ' :7 eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1895

SP1? .-- -r.; r " :..;f l.? iv THIS WEEK'S NEWS. A Summary of Current Events The World's Ditof a for the- Past Six. Days Gathered sod Condensed for Our Readers. r-I j General. William Small, class of '96, Tuffs Csllege, was found dead la bed. Count Bonifaoe de Castellan and hi "bride, formerly Hiss Anna Gould, lave arrived at Monte Carlo. A gang of counterfeiters was caught at San Franciaco. They manufactured fraudulemt certificates to Chinese. "CoL" Gilbert, who was exhibited in dime museums throughout the coun try as "Dahomey Giant." is dead. The sloop John H. Thomas sunk in the Choptank River off Cambridge, Md. James Jones, colored, was drowned. The court house building at Regina, N. W. T., containing-all the records of the Northwest Territory, was total ly destroyed by fire. Gen. Oliver P. Gooding, of Wash ington, D. C., was found to be insane. He had written a bock in which he threatened the President. Henry L. Pish was found dead in bed at his home in Rochester, N. Y. He was t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1895

j" . ' . " - , " . "'""'" "' rt ?-' 'i , .j-J -? v-"v - .'fcK-'K--'' ... -- 'v"1j, 'Fs,r Jf ,'A k fci-' -i -'- "4" && - '. w. -, . . ' .? Tr;iiP A 'iU . . ... --: ii s. irvFJjr;: SSi- '. 'J Jti 'f,-- IS A ' j . v 'mtm mm:wtm r um . B.,' i .. r i : -.??.': ! " -Vkm 11 I II II f V . i jkitee' I JUNE2, AiiVW J -V f I"V1 J m, mm 1W r n f ""m mm s ..i.4ha lamest TA LIbV 7 f 1 mkr tXJLW m r r A rnriu t. k. at .wi b kwr ,r rn k mm --- . ir in mi i i rBm mm mm , ' '!v HSIB (tut i5 racs T1X337" Sa3T" ! ' T In? X Di.lv Gilbe. j WetaJiU wa born. ) indices in the papeis 1 p w . u fur surprises ' !i.)ot .tliat deer. u: will break his own neck . lied and is waiting to be N iri,r ever .succeeds. 1 will answer ifor a temporary '1 :th is bound to prevail, in in who tells the truth is imprisoned. ' .ve never heard of a liar being i.td. K 1 die iBilble and you will be . ' (1. A k 1. iv minister and he will te'l M 1 11 Luther told the truth and he u . -hi uted II .;i iiiniT lives to day. 1 I5i ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1895

-rTJ if t,. .! '' " .1'' ' I '5 .: V, ' S! J3 Ml fry ePfgSk- ' Published every Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class mail matter. J W. CALYIX CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months. . .". 1 .00 Three months 50 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 " u 55.00 Half column " li 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line Ten lines constitute an inch. A 2sTEW LEADERSHIP. What the negro grants in this busy American body-politic is a new leadership. That the old rep resentatives of the race have proven themselves to be demagogues, hyp ocrites, and knaves. Their life-work has been the accumulation of wealth for no other use than to disgrace their memory. That negro lead ership has been a failure and a mockery to civilization is...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1895

-c -. -''&J- 4? if.- -? ,-. rv- jUB .BE. The . . -"TVl'IJ i oltrjiru auqxu ,. ,, m.-rican,S29 7ih St. nw. ' Xhi-i" the bee ca be had. . , ,-,! Hook Store, 91G Locust A" J , j. Philadelphia. -rlirt. i,,i advertising furnished 0,1 'T,i'l I Hot be inserted at any Ufliin ttances should l)e made ffi . I i' mi ijtff v i - -.. iIai -irro.? -. 1 Ai-tv "'' inone-uiuci,cAicoo ui. -j i ' i " oney forwarded In i"1 .' x, v is at ihe sender's risk. " " , .iic the amount and what 111 "7, U ..,.1 be distinctly stated. ,l jj ,4.llt -. - ic , should be addressed rin: i'! r. publishing co. " a-liiiigton. D. C. SVri'i J) W. JUNE 22, 1895. Tj-cal and Personal CITY BREVITIES. -,. v .:i club -was raided tills -jl,,. ', j.l- law s ems to apply to iln-M.1 - ItK ii,.'. -lulis are being organized. jlkl r,. M r will be promoted m a fel'H imW K ii:li.tll and Prosecuting At- Luiie I'M-' i dnii'L agree. ri,,,.,' t rustees are to be appoint ed. q!,,i r cK is;i candidate for trus- jmm-: ' 'li' schools. Tiif . w...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1895

si km . Jii i-r an i .ir- .fjy &- l.dT mp ,f if . iHJ 5 ' i I ' . 1 f I X 4-. - I ( vU I - p- THIS WEEK'S NEWS, A Summary of Current Events The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Readers, General. William Small, class of 96, Tuffs College, was found dead in bed. Count Boniface de CasteJlane and his "bride, formerly Miss Anna Gould, have arrived at Monte Carlo. A gang of counterfeiters was caught at San Francisco. They manufactured fraudulent certificates to Chinese. "Col." Gilbert, who was exhibited in dime museums throughout the coun try as "Dahomey Giant," is dead. The sloop John H. Thomas sunk in the Choptank River off Cambridge, Md. James Jones, colored, was drowned. The court house building at Regina, N. W. T., containing all the records of the Northwest Territory, was total ly destroyed by fire. Gen. Oliver P. Gooding, of Wash ington, D. C, was found to be insane. He had written a bock in which he threatened the President. Henry L. Fish was...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 June 1895

ESTABLISHED Vm M T II I I 'I M f' ' "' -' V" 'If- . j $t 9tt - ' ' W' MlM JUNE2,1SS1 m4 vllVf $ 4Hili ll -- M It has the largest bona f'de circula tion of any Afr tmerican journal published at the Capital Vol- XXV. "vr-S23IIIsrG-rPOlNr, 3D. CL, STTT:3exiA."H" ijm wkAL W W f 3Jr -jW y V jQicaifluitiiiiiag msamiH -Kffl L wBfc 'W M t-, TRY IT! Kill Vlv ,! . lpl?9iiflpP V mM Aff oral trade? -? . E - . : : r. -- S$lixM : : ' - : : m v -. iaELI3 , . . www. JLNO- -L. tH a?ne;y Say m 41 The Edmunds law applies to the Jfesjrocs. Yni: must not go to the upper-ten. It thoy are white you must Dot touch ibem. The entire press will condemn yon. Scoundrels are often rewarded for their treacbery. Jt doesn't stick at all times, espec ially when it is no, right. The truth is bound to prevail. Detective Proctor i3 surrounded by vipers. A yrining man is a dangerous man. A pretended friend will play the knave. A srake will bite you although you may feed him. Ci.l. Rcss will be careful when he makes a ch...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 June 1895

IF " . - - . t iff r .4 i ' i ' ! I ' J' 1?, v i '-'J . Ti ie I Published eve y Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Northwest, Washington. D.C Entered al lh Pot Office at WaShlng'nD as second class mail matter J W. CALTIX CnASE. Editor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copv per year $1.50 Six months . 1.00 Tliree months 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 ADVERTISING RATES. One inch, one month $1.00 Quarter column il 5.00 Half column " " 7.50 One column " " 15.00 One inch, one year 10.00 Quarter column " 4 55.00 Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 special notices 10 cents rer line Ten lines constitute an inch. New Leaders for the Negroes From the Washington Pofet.J The Washington Bee, an organ of the colored people, edited by Mr. w. Calvin Chase, of whom we have Isttely heard a great deal, is of the opinion that the Negroes in this country need new lead ership. It says : What the Negro wants ii this tousy Ameri can lx;dy-poIiUc issue- leadership. Tnatth -old representatives or the rare have prov...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 June 1895

A tiLV mnu I..IIUWIUJIMWBBW! --jt 'SfflBHPraBrwwKSSS&TT sfcfjg - '- ''-a, r "" -1 Of 'V J ? THB BnEF. Xlif 0'11 flxiOKJZKD aGI.M'8 American, S29 7th St. nw. ! Afro- WHKBF THB 1KE CA BE HAD' tn Boole Store, 91G .Locust ;,.t. Philadelphia. An"' Kstun. on ai'I'V price. n-TlStt'l""1 IT am ut!i i In se"ll;,Jr it i for All M" 10 tii i: i advertising furnished Objectionable adveu- , !i not be inserted at any . in iitances should be made ...il money-order, express or . .t i ,m-. Money forwarded In u , is at the sender's risk. ..tHv me auioum uiju wiuiti .;. be distinctly stated, etc., should be addressed ,i;i: PUBLISHING CO. v i-liingtoii, D. C. STn:iVY, JUNE 29, 1S95. -cal aiia Personal. j-s CITY BREVITIESr I?o1m-i 0Ut Oil ! BEfc. . ; wants asOOO dollar house. II . Keys is making a success ! i-ary. .nil- advertisement for the r.i.t.u M.ifTlUiS liflnn Hi W Robinson who has on a vacation irffinia I it'l'l ; week. i .ink will he appointed re- Is by the first or J uly. . jister of wills a ...

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