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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 June 1895

JMjaiBMHBEHMMMMWWWEwwW,llllw- J--!i;' rT"--, - j?- ' WMCf; 3wira.-?S: -rf,ji "iS'F'SitK -", ' - - -' xstTYr ,y s . - ' wsiafcc: I I hil'iHiiH Pll T I IIWI III IIIMWHii'WWIHIHIH WHft Wm ' HI H1BI I I'll II ! - - a r ft! i' If V if 4 i Us p . ! i .1 ; 5". 3i ft NEW ARMY UNIFORMS. Drew Costlj and Lfc Slhita 7 Than tbe Old Style. The new blouse is very simple in design; in cut and general shape mucn the same as that now in use. but braid ed only on "the front edges, the bot tom, the collar, and on each side" where there is a "vertical opening on each hip." The letters U. S. in gold and the distinctive insignia of the branch of service to wnich the officer belongs -will be attached to the collar, the pres ent forage cap ornament being worn for that purpose ornamentation of an illustrated reading matter kind. The sword-belt will be worn under the garment as at present, the sword hook passing through the vertical opening on the left side, except in field service, when it will be worn outsi...

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. — 6 July 1895

'II'- . ' WIUWPWP Br-lS flSf? .!,: " " 5- M . i. V. ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1SS1.1 ! ISA Great Advertislog Medium TRY IT I ionfl cwfl" oj of any Afr Imerican journal Do you iCant re- ' liable netcs? Xfc you want a fearless race advo cate? Do you tvant col ored trade? Head and adver tise in TILES EJE! publish at the Capital 'WmWmmm " V1 ;3"t "" Z ijfcn " v -- . . . -- , v I lV A Bk V Wi Wt wm H EX H H H H W v V ,k - V J M jmmk Vm X. K VI VH km ah h H AHA iB JH h h - :i. 74lVv VP V HI 111 y -Mk. r S F H rS fctV ft '3 fe J H- mw m n t& i m" s: iK!fe3a mum mm mw 1 mlL m ;Me. -- rwjf i i B& S9 9 M p BBiltSMKSWHBBB!iHrKBBi3tfCv. -- VJO mm" .ci. ;:i"V. rriie37" Sa37 Kxn. s are not necessary. i;x, (j-1 you are guilty. Oi.s '.lie guilty ones will try and hiJi '" "" rascality t j uilv a question of time before lit n;i be overtaken, V 1 1 - the boss stool pigeon? ).vi cu hear him say that he is ijrca'fj than his. superiors, jus put it juwn that he is an egotist. Wh-.isa greater enemy to hi...

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. — 6 July 1895

3r -T ' --" , '- ( . i ilffc-jji - !l 1- 1 : b ,; 1 "- ? - '0 ....i- iL;v 'z V' i.iGr'n.iii 1 v r- "i fs 'PWii ' - . . ,, fcd Tlta. . -rm " " -.' -. -p - r -t, .A gSKsagaEpgagF ?- - "-i -- v , -i. MipB?-1---, s,jsssr - . z .,---' ,mf .mm v. xJbfW Til e Published eve'y Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Northwest, Washington, l). C. i Entered at the Post Office at Washington as second class mail matter, j W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERilS 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. OUR DELEGATES. The most amusing thiDg that ia now going on among the local pol iticiaus is the attempt on the part of some to start a campaign for the election of delegates to the next Na'iona...

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. — 6 July 1895

w ammmmmmmmm9 ' .jtsr" rt?a- - v t ," AJT ? '? - - -". ."9 to. T.-''' - TlliS .BISF". "TujjiUKlZF-li aGENTS ,,., MiKTicjui, 829 7th St.ivw. "77f.K' THE BEE CA BE HAD. A mi. Philadelphia. TT, , . Jt.r advertising furnished l ,.. uhiwttionable ailvp.r- 011 U'i ' u ,.n( lin insnrfpd nt ;mv ...mjii-1. " ,,"w ".; ,... : ll , miuancessiiouiu ne maue 1,ruir,ii , '-il money-order, express or - V. i . . . ' 1 fi Money forwarded ji ,vr ,i, n.i IS at iiib ntnuti o j-in. .m 'i ' t. 4. .1 ...-!.. .jfilH'N tlie lUIlUUJIl illJU Wllill. am In sic it is fn 1 1 .l:.j:.,l.r .Wnrl 1 l)e lUbWIICLlV aiclLCU. j-tc, should be addressed in ii-'1 j i j i t0Tin i i: i'tt.lisiijxg co A .tsliinglon, D. C. 'SATI .i'VV, JUI-a G, 1895. Xj-cal and Personal' CITY BREVITIES. Mi. ' Riclili'" the H- toini" J.U'i.1 begin. HHitli ' make -u ( Olli 5 UK' - cnits ' onKHi.1 admnii- tli.it w tliera - Mi. K il-.Wl I liit'liilt' i - ', -iia Gibbons Price, of H. re a promiiunt member of libili'e singers, is in Washing. u i dativ...

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. — 6 July 1895

I 1 """" . , i- ' m l- 5rC $ . - V U; : 1 , ' 5? . 1.- i I- H! -C -J t; t. 4' 1 II 3 NEW ARMY UNIFORMS. Drees Costly ad Leu 3tliiaj Thac the Old Style. The new blouse is vers simple in design; in cut and general shape much the same as. that now in use, but braid- -J '.l. f n4rmr- ttn Vnf torn, the cellar, and on each side"?1111 :R ihl lfJlAtt 't where there is a "vertical opening on each hip." The letters U. S. in gold and the distinctive insignia of the branch of service to which the onicer belongs will be attached to the collar, the pres ent forage cap ornament being worn for that purpose ornamentation of an illustrated reading matter kind. The sword-belt will be worn under the garment as at present, the sword hook passing through the vertical opening on the left side, except in field service, when it will be worn outside the blouse, the revolver, as is the cus tom In oiir service, being carried in a holster on the right side of the belt. It would seem that the main advan tage pos...

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. — 13 July 1895

"3Pv 5 $&' p t w-jk.'?:- -;? v-gsvfig; "x,-?';!. ?.sb ." !' ar- ..tr.- ? "'?' ...... - 'V ' 'M :V P-r :--' r-j 1" .t - fr-S2K. r "i-Ji?-- ,---- - -,iHte4MfaSaMniER& ,jL.is. -3ii . frrfnjrs C JTBBw . z . ..-&. j'k: .ilr'ife-j's ':iJ '. - - - --33 A., '-'- xrw?- " i ESTABUSHEi JUNE 2, 1881. It has the largest bona fide circufa jon of any Afro American journal published at tbet Capital- ---'"'"' "-" ' --- ' ..-5 . T . - - j - . ... . - -.......-.- ... - ,-l-- - r . TT"; r .:l-M&- 'j' ' i -" . .. . - .-- . . w .- . . ..--..:'". - ' . .'r-" """" -T - "jrk - k. W BBBBB .Bk 'MBV '-B-. .A. JBV --i -f ' - f -P- - JC . . rBri Bbk. Cbmi B Va . aVJ B B' -ia. J BlbV t SJbBBBBBBBBBFtBBBKKV Bf BB ' - vmI c fJ- -. bbbbbbbbbbbbbI99bH -d-32r'M:- f " A :1i- Bb l '-T&5?":- " "V:"i BBBBBBBB T??' ' 7;"---' V j-i: "w'fS!?" Bk BB. Ill lBBBpBBButfnIiillli , -- B Bi ' t' '" nit. -1 tl. TV bbbbbbIbhRIb bf' M?ia!aaiEj Vol. XTV. THe3r Sa3r f'on'tbe worried. Guitlemen you will not be in the m...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 July 1895

! 1 ji? i v. , . . , ii-it-i OTfflM - - ' V- 1" . ft f: . fe. f ') I i 1 M LV' iv 3 H' r it ' it h .; " ,1 v u ,. ,. ; j V j J . m J - ' '.'" ' Ymrrm tdwctg a QCsrmT a yvt TTITC! WT7T?FJQ ATT?Wfii ' t j it - 14B: iMtf1; f . k- i Published every Saturday- at 1109 I Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. ' Entered at the Post Office at Washington .&& second class mail matter, j W: CALVIN CHASE, Editor. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $1.50 Six months .v. . ,1.00 Three months .. r -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 u " .-. 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line. Ten lines constitute an inch. THE PRESS ASSOCIATION. The 12th annual session of the The 12th annual session of the Afro-American Press Association convened in the city of Baltimore, Md., Tuesday, Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 July 1895

I Plff-?: :n-f:;i';. ::.:", SSSv! .. " !$ i' cfri? j: 5A - ,r$-,.i-.7.-' --.. j ;v-;-. , pa m JBB JB13JE. "JllHORIZED AGENTS The coioieJAmerican, 829 7th St. nw. VHEBE THE BEE CA ., BE HAD. . American Book Store, 916 Locust Ar0'Ah Street, Philadelphia. r-tiur'is for advertising furnished nnnl'i-ation. Objectionable adver- ?-iVhU will not be inserted at any 'u iauj""'" - F,'ft .n;inl money-order, express or " "i i.4 TVlrvnov "fYrwntvlnrl Iti jtnt " ..4l...r WAX -if II It! ". : n v--- - ( Listeria letter. Money forwarded in r f o 1 1 ' vav is at the sender's risk. ? cpnd'' ? money the amount and what f is for himld be distinctly stated. ill leitt-rs, etc., should be addressed 10"TIIE BEE PUBLISHING CO. g. Washington, D. C. .pATUKDAY, JULY 13, 1895. Zjoc&I and. Personal, CITY BREVITIES The McKinley league held meeting last nitf' i, 'Thcc-a-sc of Thomas H. Clark was sent to the grand jury. several private marriages ha . taken place iwntly. Tins! po Lewis A. Cornish has made a succer...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 July 1895

uc;-'v ""!? iuj.lm.HMM,jnniiw.tg i-ti tfi.a " - 1H - -,'J .. i. " r , , 7 ! f I k 3 ! L- It a '4 v A GALLOWAY FLAIL. 7? Th Awful WekHt U-e by ScetcbM t$. Old Times. The G&llovidiana of old had a re markable ff&T weapon known as the Galloway flail. It seems to have been Indigenous to this corner of Scotland, and in the traditions of the province it occupies a prominent place. The tide of battle has been turned on more than one occasion by the skillful man ipulation of the Galloway flaiL The handstaff was a tough ash sapling about five feet in length, and the soople, th par, for striking thebarn floor when threshing, was made of iron, about four feet long, with three joints, equi-dfitant from each other. No swordsmaa -could withstand attack with the flaiL One stroke would shiver the sword to pieces and leave the unfortunate individual at the mercy of his opponent. Then the soople with its iron joints would en circle its victim and crush him just as a boa-constrictor would. .L....

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. — 27 July 1895

f$f3ilqr ., "S i -- - j-''r'" f ;r . " 4t ? ' mtil '' - r' r .' ESTABLISHED JUNE 2, 1881. 5fc $ ISA fciilHigliriiia TIY IT I D yaw rK liahlenewe? Up yew wen a !fl has the largest bona fide circula tion of any Afro American journal published at the Capital. Vol. XEV. TH.e3T Sar Watch the man who giins. Pretended friendship is a blind. Be honest in your dealings with friends. The sacred concert was a success. A good friend can do you more good than 50 enemies can do you harm. Candidates for trustees of the pub lic schools are numerous. The Commissioners will not ap point bums. The schools should be protected against corrupt officials. Ex-Auditor Lynch is one of the coming men. The courts are still grinding out wrong doers. The man who c'aims to know it all knows but very little. Don't be alarmed when you hear a crash. Send for the Bee if yon want a live paper. It is the peoples defender and a colored American. What has become of the political acrobat. McKay is very anxious to see him....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 July 1895

" jz 9 iU " - V- "' S2j? . 1 FFsSffS? ! x - - -F" d A. , BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. POLICE PLOTTED. TO KILL. DR. MARY GORDON NEPTUNE'S SARATOGA DAY. St - ' i 4 fe' J If r. h J V- '- . V OTE jiff mnf. t BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I Stieet Northwest, Washington, D.C. ITi' CEntered at the Wsecond class mail W. CALV1X CHASE, Editor. month $1.00 o-M f J tt Benjamin FraDklin, American philosopher, statesman, and diplo matist. Born in Boston Mass, Jan. 17th, 170G. A printer in ear ly 4ife, and in 172g editor of the "Pennsylvania Gazette" He fnnnrlerl thft Philarifilnhift TjitlTatV Postofflc at wanton ) l, and ; the . JJnity ol ni matter. r- Pennsylvania m 1743 ; in 152 by $uie njiDg 01 a kuo m a muuuot Btorm, he demonstrated the fact that lightning is a discharge of electricity. Henry Clay, American states man and orator. Born near Rich mond, Va. April 12, 1777; died in Washington, D. C, June 2o, 1852. Elected United States Senator from Kentackv in 1801, and served either in the Hou...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 July 1895

. -n. "v--. Jf- - V if """V - jFi" r". - w "g . iT-.1-!' "S. 1HE JB12E. Tlir Ai:THOKIZfiD a GENTS lorMl American, S29 7th. St. nw. iTEBK THE BEE CA .x BE-HAD. ican Book Store, 91G Locust An street, Philadelphia. iimii's for advertising furnished iiiration. Objectionable adver- ,!-, will not be inserted at anv 11 remittances should be made it. postal money-order, express or a letter, jvioney lorwaraea in i.v v.v is jil uie senaer's risu- ! hijj money the amount and what . t.sMii.l lu rlictmrr. v ctatnri ,l ii pi-s, etc., should be addressed to- lt. o!) H'i .TV ' l.h ' 1Vffiv:-i-i ait Ii SI ll CONSERVATIVES HAYE 184. .! - f BIO GAINS OVER THE UBEBAIA TS THE EKQtlSH ELECTIONS. Contested ZHrtrlctB Show Big Lossm to th Wberl At Present the Result U 104 OonscrmMrea, 2 Unionists, 87 Zlberal, T Kofcrthyltes and 4 Parnlllte& Peojle Am Tired of the Irlth. Squabbles, Sayg the EiO&Aon Chronicle. r?jrt"r'r 'j Hi: DEE PUBLISHING- CO. "Washington, D. C. SAH'RDAY, JULY 27, 1895. Local and. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 July 1895

y r frBfc.--D 1'itfclH, iw?jLfWJFjJB?fTfHtT'lBP V. v "Ui ,4, I $ i 5fc 5 X. ft i M i . cs. TBIS WEEK'S MEW8. - A Summary of Current Event The World's Doings for the Past Six Days Gathered and Condensed for Our Reader TJ Jlfijtl-.i General. The Brussels Senate, by a vote of 53 to 33, adopted the proteose duties Dill. The Hon. Judeon C. Nelson, twice Member of Assembly from Cortland county, is dead. The will of the late John Davenport has been admitted to probate. It dis poses of more than 11.000.000. M. Paul Saclua, the -eminent surgeon, has been elected a member of the Ae emle de Medicln In Paris. The marine hospital is advised through the United States consul at Porto Rico, that yellow fever is epi demic at that place. Comptroller Fitch has issued a state ment showing that New York city's debt had Increased more than $4,000,000 during the first six months of 1895. The British bark Scotland. Captain Salter, which sailed from New York on June 6, for Christiana, was towed to StromBted...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 August 1895

V . r v v If - -4. 1 ' - JJ rf" T "- ! -t S ." - s5SR"-. " r ?r. . ; SV "k ESTABLISHED JCNE2, 1831. ' i has the largest tam fide circufa 1 1 , n of any Afro , it.erican Journal 1 -jblished at the 15 A Great MmtisiiiKdlii TSYITI Do yots tvn re- Djp you want a fearless race advo cate? Do you want col ored trade? ;.p'te Head and adver-1 tiseinTJLEBUBn -V - . - . jtC -"u ji na "- .3fc n . -"i Vcl ZIV. a?lie3r Sa,3r The Bee. Is tlie most independent journal ublished. You should not fail to got it next week. Head the articles from great men. A great national organ. The people demands a great paper. ('all up and see our new outfit. Get the Bee the next week. Road our society column next week. Kdited by a distinguished lady in society. Choice literature by one of the most brilliant lady writers of the r.ice. Everybody should read the Bee. Read what is said of the churches. Who the great ministers are. People will tell you what they have got, but call up and see the Bee office. Do you want a...

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

WP"SHC? zj f-mim i-iMr - , JSitm K LjfrjiFwjjjyi jpgysp fyy.iBP y,: i ft ' .t & ' 4 ! . i i . .ME - -Published every Saturday at 1109 I Stieet "Northwest, Washington, D.C. Entered at the Po6tOfficp at Washing'on - as second class mail matter J W. CALVIX 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 Half column One column it it it : tc tt , . . . . o.OO .... 7.50 15.00 , 10.00 55.00 One inch, one year Annvfnf nnlimnn " ' VUrtUW UJUIlill Half column " " 75.00 One column " " 150.00 Special notices 10 cents per line Ten lines constitute an inch. A NEW LEADERSHIP. It is all well enough for our es teemed contemporary, the Daily Post, to say that the colored people of this country are not in need of a new leadership. Indeed, itis one of the most important issues that; the negroes in the South will malfel The masses of the people will be convinced th...

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 August 1895

I JESS tSHSfci"1 mmm 52--.- ."TaTJ KWV "4raPKMHi - -f , -tr r 37l?lv BSF. ili 7TT. .i.iyi,D aGEKTS Al I""""" O.Iok.I imrican,S29 7ih St. mv. ..PK TRK BEE CA .. BE HAD. i,,.- m Hook Store, 916 Locust Afi-ABM:; ; !t. Philadelphia. fT K i.,r advertising furnislied H111!'!,.,,,,. Objectionable adver- p :,i'!V ',', ,i0t be inserted at any ItK,l(," , . it.imccs should be made ll1?', '.,,- f money-order, express or r . !, -,'i. Money forwarded In irep1.,V v i :it the sender's risk. l,rt i .'iic the amount and what S1 ,V(1 i,V distinctly stated. All 1K'JS--11- """"" Tin: i;i:i: itulisiiixg co. W.-.-tiingloi;, V. . lit LP- JAir, iY. AUGUST 3, 1895. Lsci aiad- ersoiiaL CITY BREVITIES Mr K H,:l ' C.u 'I KeJn- - pro! 1 a a- 12 Hn 1 i . r r r. T" s rs-x T Br.. r i' II.'" ip i " la,!-.'. Jni,'i' V s , .I1.-H til. Key went to Norfolk ssncss Wednesday. r left for Baltimore, Md., L. Walker, of Augusta, . a citv this week, the guest : n-J. x ! '.i uce left for Battle Creek i-nday. .lured ladies enter...

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 August 1895

-V- W 4 y t 4t lw0T s - - can companies dividing the oil trade of Europe. George B. Flower, M. D.f has been appointed to the State Board of Health as the commissioner representing the city of New Tork. He succeeds Dr. Cyrus Edson, who recently resigned from the board. At the coroner's inquest into the death of Lillle Low no mention was made of the- three persons arrested in connection with it, and after the jury had returned a verdict of suicide they were discharged. It is stated at Ottawa that an addi tional mail subsidy of $100,000 per an num has been granted the Canadian Pa cific Railway Company by an order in council. It will be necessary to bring it down next session as a supplementary vote. Throughout the sixth district of the Amalgamated Association, extending from Pittsburg to Cleveland, puddlers lodges decided to secede from the par ent organization. Reports received show that similar action has been taken by nineteen lodges. Manager Chapman, of the Toronto base ball team o...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

-Jl -" Will Illl II Mil I III 1 1 III I I ' iM MM j -..MSB 3s ... K A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. a, - tP . n t JI FIRESIDE COMPMM. It is true if you see it in .. cv T THE BEE. 35V . H dohst'o: boeeo-w jj.h rs TA-p-gn3 SSl 2:r..r )ttemr'.'R. - !smzgjg!&-r. v ., ,y WASHINGTON Vol. 2CI"V. fsisrorroisr, id. a., sarxj-RiD-"r- .ccTJs,x, 17, 1895 fT? 1 SB Ml . - i liiM-i mMr-tA ... llv -wv r f ? flii iTAc,r . T Tj! i-M-tfi 1i VA 4Kri i f;li I iJCTliiS -l9liRil f!KIBlPW great advertising medium. pi BjH m 11 H 5SsStS ae5Sa-8j-tti-- i-MM-Fiir WW "1 -i g Tin n r !."-. JLM." if'ai hi f ?i Lm jk -''vVls8;I t "m H-Pv!!BVEf MiH: lH-----il - ! OM trnnt reliable nexcs? Do you tcant a f M iM.;l H!& $BI iBtiMflfsMtKMmiWJt Zi J KatWZym!'mtSiSJni mly trmlti TlonA ' nrl ntffturfitroi,, TWl? TJVPF I .Ot .!;-''-! .wjsraraF'iT' ??-' -aMrrMi " '" - ---- i.9n?H-i " ' ?il'lB , -MHaa -sxsa- m RH v u '-M MB 3STo. S- 1 1 ffl CROSBY NOTES. Crosby S. Noyes was born in Maine in 1S25. He is a journalist, thoroughl...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

Ff " ; Hsw " r,'H f i 1 - lffeA .at-"' " VSSfi '? 1 w -351 l i I HP - -: ,2 ;J ' I f fc 4r u i j s i? i A '4 "41 H I 11 t.. Hi 7 I THE WASHINGTON BEE. e7-7te . . Qji lit U -i - Don5t "be alarmed. Cooper has swallowed Taylor. r He lias taken back all lie said about him. He writes himself a liar. No doubt he got frightened. The Bee never did, nor will it ever, retract what it has said. . If he thinks he has silenced the Bee, wait until Congress convenes. If he is the model that young men want, God help the young men. Perhaps Cooper means models like himself. Some models are good, butbad models are injurious. ssMk. Well, the American is democratic and the Bee is a republican jour nal. That makes a difference. Negro democrats are now things of the past. The republican party will oblit erate negro democracy. Negro democrats succeeded in having negro republican messengers and laborers removed, but he could not place negro democrats in their places. The indignation meeting turned out to be...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1895

SSSsssr? wSmmR yyimffW isRrawssragraBsrasBraM fiTfrr -fvic -H H -S j- z f-k -3 a, ay THE WASHINGTON BEE. if It 4 ?&H ION ABLE: Although the shops are as yet con nii itins? summer sales, I am able to SVafrtt fall novelties. T'lt sleeves have the fullness at the 'Sw exclusively and tight fitting over 5,1.. - Vulders, will not as yet be adopt- the a h the iasmoiiauie woman. it is j ji f'ul that this fashion will ever come .to full sa. Draped skirts are not advocated, as twa thought at first the' would be, 'cindering the amount of simulated rar tries seen in the two last seasons. The fullness of the skirts and sleeves j,'nut n the decrease, as far as can be ludsed. s r material for the early fall, satin ,.i. .j,.w icilui hrnadrlnth with a ;ntin rjMi the thick crepons in new effects, crein woollen goods and mohaireen sill be the goods mostly seen. The tanie colors will be worn as in sum mer, but more striped, dotted, flecked, and'fiired effects will be seen than heretofore. The new e...

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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