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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 November 1895

THE WASHINGTON BEE, 4- n. i1 s? x sseaFz 8 . S.SB1. 4l Jf f. 1 M , . 1. r 1 .- ii V t if t4; The Sunday School Union will take place at the First Baptist Church Mt. Pleasant, to-morrow at three o'clock. A fair and old folks concert will commence on Monday night at the Mt. Bethel Church under the au spices of the Sunday-school and its auperintendant Mr. G. A. Cartter. The Mary Washington Cluh is conducting a fair at the Cadets Armory. The Morton Social Club is pre paring to give a grand, fair. Prof. J. T. Layton will present the beautiful Cantata of Ruth at the Metropolitan Church, Nov. 15. The entertainment given at the residence of Mrs. Gray on 0 street, last Wednesdays eveing in the in terest of the Atlanta Exposition, was a grand success. Miss Mattie U. Bowen gave a recitation in her usual pleasing manner, and Mad ame Tyree, Misses Geneva Belt Patterson and Prof. J. T. Layton and others favored those present with excellent solos. The National Baptist Associa tion, the Afro-Americ...

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 November 1895

--! .t-isf t?W !??'fr&Z7T "iif-T s-t ,.. r - , r ' 3" " t4Ml B"" ..-fssfaft cjjpuensMfe X letpy 5 c&f, A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. I FIRESIDE eOMPMJOK. It Is true if you see it in THE BEE. DOITT BOSSO"W 'I'M m -p -ram?, ik lee -131- GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. JDo you want reliable news? Do you want a I I ft i y"1 , u , " xroyoutpaneoort I trader Kjnn. n.rtr. nrtmn42, 1 m r ... -t-w I WASHINGTON -. -, .., ,MO , jjj jjiji ; (jfUJ2A0sL4 n t- IWIB MMkm BWB "P'ly ' V"ol. 2I7". OUR TERRITORY. HOYf IT IS DIVIDED INTO DISTRICTS. ELECTION There is a great deal ot interested manifested in the coming election of delegates to the next Republican Cen tral Committee and District convention in this city, and a great deal has been said as to the boundary lines of the several districts. The Bee that is always up to date in news and all matter of interest has published below the boundary lines of the twenty-two districts in the District of Columbia, which will enable those who don't know in what d...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1895

- -oijr v l-i yT -w- THE WASHINGTON BEE. y i? IV -J; H li " t. JJ-TH, Tlie;y Sa;y Bob Key is no fool. Don't believe all you hear. Lem Bailey is making a Jbold fight. Uncle John .Freeman isleading the Bailey forces. fiSatfesaak, Uncle John is a warrior worthy to be respected. "We should not turn down those who made us a success. It is the wise man that keeps big tongue. The boys are fighting to win. Gol. M. M. Parker, so says, Mr" Murray, is a candidate. r Ool. M. M. Parktr asserts that he is no candidate. The candidates are numerous. A double face man is aknaye and a coward. "Washington has been inflicted with the plague. INewspapere sharks generally do colored journalism harm. Don't trust these sharks when they tell you that they haye a larger circulation than the Bee. The Bee is the people's paper and an American citizen The Bee -will advertise your business and guarantee you great results. The organ of the misfit and model for aspiring youth is not smart enough to do The Bee any ...

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

THE WASHINGTON BEE. 3 l A P msHroNfiBLfc Grav mohair is selected for some o the prettiest traveling suits by English ta'lurs. A popular English garment just now js one which looks like an ovcrooat, niade with large pockets and strapped seams and fastened with large buttons. A pretty quilter alapaca traveling hat is in vogue, which allows those who believe in comfort to lie back in perfect ease against the cushion of the railroad car. There are English cloaks made 01 jght textured soft wool, lined with shot silk, with three capes and turn over collar, with long ribbon fasten ings to be tied into a bow. Very full, wide flaring skirts should not be worn on a boat or car, as they are ah objectionable as a long train would be. A bow for the neck, which is attract ing much attention in the leading stores, has a mass of ermine beads and tails. The fur beads are small and have real jewels for eyes. They form a close fitting collar, and to each little head two ermine tails are fastened. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1895

-r r -f"" "pTonf M?"P,S 1 3 iwiBra' v-s 5 V Tr"--." --;rr,i-''jE"-"4?' ,;. --K---f-. . ?J v.' -.' ' . --T'L i i Mi Mm ' m aSl J51 I Pi III '111 I f ill J" ' ' w m r-. B Ji b w 3e ih'' Im " I $111 J f. rl: A 5 a . i i fc i1' .t tc w-i-r ft) gr Kl iff .m BlBMMBMgMfMMMWiMWHWBWMMWWM feg! iilri. J Va" Published evey Saturday at 1109 .1 Sheet Northwest, Washington, U. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington 28 second class mall matter. J W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $2.00 Six months 1-00 Three mouths 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 for president: william Mckinley, Jr., OF OHIO. DISTRICT POLITICS. There is at this time a great deal enthusiasm in District politics. Candidates are numerous! and the local politicians expects to reap a harvest. The idea of promising offices doesn't seem to suit the local states man, he wants Something more substantial to enablehim to pull through the winter. I.I?!"!".!SV,I Mp, -mmr- ' ' ! U-' j u . rrn t ' That is what ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1895

HBHBBHIHWiP5255I- -"ssr swasiaiaj bs ffifca&'rs"- sS- dmsmLs: mmmmmm " ' - .. ,-inA .MfSE--; Ns4&vr'!r:j sz-kiifiwx ? csrz Jfej 5"-. it? T VfilwmiKVj.-- - ',i THE WASHINGTON BEE. 1" . ,;Ui , i.ji .-. r mm b A LIBERAL ORGAK OFFER. -""-- - " ' ' -- - ----j-iareEl.p- -gaMfiwlSU55 5. FIS IJWjIjM SON, H n- B. K. Bruce has arrived in the ctj 'rom Mississippi. Mr. Chis.J. Perry of the Philadelphia Tribune will be in the city next week, enmute to Atlania, Ga. Prof, and Mrs. J. M. Gregory are still at Howard University. Mrs Ida R. Eichardson, wife of Dr. Richardson is mentioned for a school trustee. Mrs. Y. B. Johnson will probably go to Atlantis, Ga., after the return of her hubband. Mr. T. L. Jones will visit the Exposi iion at Atlanta. Mrs. Minnie Johnson, of Washing ton, 1). C, is quite sick in New Yoik. Mrs. Ella Galvin, of 1215 New York aveue, is conceeded to be a caterer aboc par. Mrs. Maud Robinson has been sum-mont-d post haste to New York, where ber sister Mrs. Johnson is v...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1895

it 1 I w f djj J THE WASHINGTON BEE. '1: JUS i WANTED TO FIGHT. tottpv T.TwnnT.W TJ7AH SHOT. . ! I H PX if my 'i T4 M S. ttJt t. """m mmww. h NHH vnw nvriT.iroa . nnnnn-a nn a TVDTmnTam js i cvu u x vxuiHii9t xvjajjvr n. .uibuutfiox 11" 4 3 9 AKcntncky Moonshiner's Story of an En counter In the Highway. Alvin Partin, a Bell county moon shiner, has a bad scar on his left sidt near the hip. He tells a remarkable story of how he came by it, and his friends, including Attorney John B. O'Neal, of Covington, corroborate what he says. "I got thet scar las' winter," he said one day last week. "I got a nuther one on my head thet I got at the same time," he continued, showing a large furrow that reached from his forehead almost to the crown of his cranium. "lie an' three other fellers had a fight one day on the road. They was drunk an bad fellers. I met them, an one of them says to me, 'I'm goin' to shoot you.' I told him 'I reckon not,' but he says, 'Yes; I am, an' right now, too.' So I says...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1895

T7 w Di g" 'J' le"1 yfl'Jltf'iiiMgfcrJilwiiiMr H ina-r. ui .!. - r " a. . ifarMMfci'SSfc J" V tp" -T(" -tJ, ' - -.-isia jmi . .jr - vrs. A iT . 7 . N-TC r V W t- : J v wt" " - fJ . - --. x . . .X ", 'V v - k T THE WASHINGTON BEE. IT j&t A rUlftl Wggg8& TB J 1 1 f y 5r A t VjjI j-"-- The people of this city want a chance m the personal of the Dis trict delegation. If you want to know all the news read The Bee. If von want reliahle news read The Bee. It is better to be honest in all things. The Bee is the people's defender and a great Colored American. POINTERS Don't laugh except you know what you are laughing about, it is very silly. Girls who have such a little to do as to go from house to house seeking the foundation of something ugly that might have been said about them, of ten get the worse of it. If you would be wise, do mind your own business, for when you are attend ing to other people's it shows that yours are not only going undone, but is corrupted. Education softens...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1895

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb m i -zTrj:i-, .3saaarsp Jf THE WASHINGTON BEE. Feft on a rock DOG'S PAoSION IK)E DOIAS. I " S B J5r rf c m M I J W I 3 1 ': It ff V i. :-Wwr.a A grand fair at the Second Bap tist -Church. Read the advertise ment and see bills for the names of the pretty ladies. A, military fair at Mt. Pisgah Church is in progress, and it is well attended. The testimonial to Mrs. Waller, Trill he a grand affair. The paper of Mr. Alex. Peters before the Shiloh Lyce m on last Sunday was well written and de livered. Mr. Thomas H. Clark will read a paper before the Shiloh Lyceum to-morrow afternoon, subjcet : Cleveland. The Morton Club will give a grand fair during the month of De cember. We wish them success. The fair will be held at the Old Grand Army Hall, corner of 6th and C streets...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 November 1895

TVi J - rtf mzy ..MfLii w ,' vi i 1 t U (A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. te $ I FIRESIDE COMKIOH. It Is true if you see it in THE BEE -ISA GMT ADVERTISING MEDIUM, Do you want reliable news? 2o you want a 1 fearless race advocate? Do you want col&rHl 1 traaer jseaa ana advertise in TJdJS BJSJE! WASHINGTOH V"ol. d'V. tszhingwpoin", r. c, s.TXTSiD.-sr, 3stot7"E3bek 23, xs5. 3STo. 22 ITOIflP Ibt i a r - mEEZSBBBBKBtlKIKM w P''VVVIB'fPl'f(fl'i'H t- 5 t J- SOUTH WASHINGTON REPUBLI CANS MEET. THOMAS B. REED REPUBLICAN CLUB ORGANIZED. ROBERT H. KEY IN DORSED. The South Washington Republicans met in the Virginia Avenue Baptist Church on last Monday evening and organized a Thomas B. Reed Repub lican Club, with Mr. W. H. Thomas as president. The meeting was called in the in terest of Mr. Robert H. Key, who re cei ed an enthusiastic indorsement. The church was packed and when president Thomas called the meeting lo order it was evident that things would be lively. Mr. Lewis Willis was the first spea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 November 1895

"Mijjijssggpi -111 I 2 THE WASHINGTON BEE. , j Hh 'ti I 4 I ? f i ttf A , if-;, en I .. ,.rl r , t v- ! If "V A If irnit- Tfr.e3r Sa;7" Harrison is in it. Carson will be defeated as a dele gate. Milton Holland's attack on Bailey helped the cause. Bailey is a citizen of "Washington and we all know him. Bob Key, Bailey and Gleason will organize the next convention. Bill Brooker will search the East lor good men. Don't be too confident of the uccess of men who abuse others. The trimmers in Atlanta declare that there is no discrimination, Carson finding out that Kalph Wormley will defeat him in the 2nd District has decided to more in the 17th. There is a great cry of reform in politics. Hon. Tom Piatt is the coming man. Senator Quay will be the man in the next fight. Perry Carson was knocked out on "Wednesday night in the 21st District. Cameron of The Bee defended Lem Bailey last "Wednesday night. Carson thought he had the meet ing but got left. The republicans of the 21st Dis trict hel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 November 1895

STS" 7-5"k-iM? rnmwia v i ,' n r 7 'i. " r w- w w Maw--3v9f-' :ii:;':: I . "---""g" "rMiT- 1 CAY musti A KBERr THOUGHT. MERRT thought to thee, my friend A c r bVa the "bridre of years! Dark 'flows the stream of time between, With all Its joys and tear; But still, as Mem ry brine the days .. - 1 .... fr ur heart but echoes blessings and I mem' thought to thee! ff-e then were young-, but now are old; e jly hair is thin and white; lnd ou-those locks of golden brown re now as silver bright. ye '?re true friends In youth's bright bloom Vo rros or care had we; d holidays were welcome then, ja sunshine on me iea. drpam to-night beside the fire The hearth is warm and bright; gut roJd the years that lie between Those scenes of youth and light; ret still one picture srlimmers bright On Memory's tapestry Ibat day ah, happy day I broko A merry thought with thee! Thanksgiving feast and games were o'er, And laughingly you brought, That prize of youth's romantic faith, The mystic merry thought; Ou...

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

I I it L i If I jr THE WASHINGTON BEE. iK n H J . i '11 ,i' : mOTu Nfflfe --?! 1.3 V n m t $Mj jJ i k . 3 ii m.isw Ul V ft i J mii &' P. ft, 1 I y . ? 4 ,-' 3 f I 1 ijii i A iv MS BEE. PubliBhed evey Saturday at 1109 H Street North veeBt, Washington, D.C. Entered at the Post Office at Washlngtoi M second class mail matter. J W. CALYIX CHASE, Editor. . TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ' One copy per year $2.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 for president: william Mckinley, jr., OF OHIO. Senator Sherman's book, is crea ting a sensation. Senator Chandler Trill give the Commissioners to understand that Congress has some authority. If Senator Quay should become a presidential candidate, it will be no more than what he deserves. Hon. Thomas O. Piatt of "New York will be a strong factor in the next convention. There are trimmers in this country and knows who are injurious to the race. On account of the great number of candidates for the trusteeship of the public sch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 November 1895

3 fV mhzS srv fc"3f5 mtM' rJpkv&SL i i "y & . :j jVP s-sr! v, THE WASHINGTON BEE. A LIBERAL ORGAN OFFER. J i - 5 . ffi . The reception and musicale by the Young Men's Protective League at Odd Fellows' Hall on Friday evening, Nov. j- was a most brilliant affair. ll was the first public reception by this popular organization. Hon. John M. Langston made the opening address to the League, and Mr. K.M. Hewlett responded. Among those who took part in the entertainment and made it pleasant for the quests are the following ladies and gentleman: Misses E. Boston, J. Brooks, J. V. Tibbs, A. Gray, K. Wayman, E. Tin neyj. Taylor, E. Lewis, and P. Jen nings. Messrs. Alphonzo Jackson, C. L. Harris, Fraunie Payne, arid C. H. Maston. Among those present were: Hon. John M- Langston and wife; Misses M. I- Washington, M. V. Tibbs, C. J Pavne, Julia Tibbs, Ida Washing ton. L. Washington, Mrs. A. L. Jack son, Mrs. T. L. Jones, Mrs. Wm. A, ' Myers. Mrs. Kate Thompson, Mrs. Win. Chinn, Mr. Wm. Chi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 November 1895

-SSSf""!33 tI -!i 7? fe..--r'v?p J "y,r r-, 'VI J A TEffMWTQN EJb;. r. -r- ij ip van1 i I,, iMl'W ',, le in'"''MMHHHRHK' T - w. w. ,. iBr.--iv., - " - vi - a t I. !! - mmit:" i ijilmjj j- .ip-wm . . -avaK A IB - - . $ i-i sr i i ri '&' ? ' II vlJ J ? . iiifL. " h- ". V 2; "4 '.trnrn . JuSr WAtfJL'tfD XO-ttttllT. ' A. Kentucky Moonshiner's Storj of anEn oonuter in the Highway. Alvin Partin, a Bell county moon shiner, has a bad scar on his left sid near the hip. Ke tells a femarkabl story of how he came by it, and hih friends, including Attorney John E O'Neal, of Covington, 'corroborate wha . he says. "I got thet scar las' winter." he sai7 one day last week. "I got a nuther om on my head thet I got at the sam time." he continued, showing, a larg' furrow that reached from his forehead almost to the crown of his craniuir file an three other fellers had a fight one day on the road. They was drtfnK an' bad Tellers. I met them, an' one -cf them says to me, 'I'm goin' to shoo you.' I to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 November 1895

F , & -fc V- - VQi TT1 . -" v u . r THE WASHINGTON BEE. ?"T i? r -i fiit ABDUL HAMBD OH HIS KNEES , EIGHT PAGES. SDLMMS-SCARED BOW.' WEMPLE IN THE INSANE ASYLUM. boy BAirorrs dbbail the plybrt .'Wfir , Mtoanysg sgzrPE:-'. f - . s Kht ik -' . - - - i m -- Don't allow your vanity to exceed Tour good sense by wearing unbecom ing things, or being claded in . things that imperial your health. Of the month in which one is born it is said : If a girl is born in January she will be choly, but of good temper. If in February, a humane and affec tionate wife and a tender mother. Ifin March, generous and impulsive, but apt to be headstrong. Ifin May, handsome, amiable and likely to be happy. Ifin June, impetuous, will marry early and be frivolous. If in July, passably handsome, but Tfith sulky temper. If in August, amiable and practical and likely to marry rich. If in September, discreet, affable and much liked. Ifin October, coquettish and likely to be unhappy. It in November, liberal, kin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 November 1895

HHP"V51g!!IIlK SlZs jssmmnf '"sRS!isgQttigSiai :1T - , -- WJ03Kf5WTC U tteSjaajai-rtS-iJafcr--L'-3 a.-- - TJEEE taSfflN&TQN BEE. HBHHIBB!112 IV rfUEZF -e ib - ,-afcJ""J '. U IMwjj.iwetyiggrr-!iy WHS" " '-'( ii ,! .If! .? to'. 4 'v r I : 71 Impale the rabbit brown, Or the bold "Captain's" musket snap And bring the turkey down? No ballad of that ancient chase Hath named the fowlers four, But still in thought the spoil they brought "We count at Bradford's door. And see old Plymouth gathered round That first Thanksgiving fare To bless the meat whose flavor sweet .Went up with Brewster's prayer. Theron Brown, r ".Vi' ... ' V f . ' r -I, .-. . r. "it c . a ft. 3- ' j .' J; ? -5. v - . - -j: : v 2 , 'jLj . . . - ..,..jlr.-. :- V. A- - . iT:v -- Flowers, as well as feathers, appear onthe winter bonnets, but in making a choice one must consider exactly what wear will be given to the bonnet and whether bright hued blossoms will harmonize with the hour and toilette. The style of coiffure h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

K ") 4"S I Lk. fZk- Sfc A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. l I FIRESIDE COMmOH. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. -DA- GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM, 2)o tou icant reliable netes? Do jtou trnnt a X)OJiF"Z BOZKRCTW '.L'.H Iff -pa-p-bh?. fearless race advocate? Do you want colored 1 xraaer jteaa ana advertise in TILL; kkk? WASHINGTON Vol 2jl"V. xr-siiiisra-Tonsr, id. a.; st-ctirid-"", ovembeb 30, 1895. 34 0.23. Jjig fe 1 WPllfo OHIO IN THE SENATE. EX-GOV. JOSEPH B. FORAKER WILt SUCCEED SENATOR BKICE. jjjid, in View of the Retirement of Senator Sherman, HeMay . Become an important National Figure His Happy jjonie.stic Relations. Our Cincinnati Letter. The result of the late ..election in Ohio determined the succession in the ilJnited States Senate on the expiration of the term of Calvin S. Brice. The matter is so surely settled in the minds of all Ohioans, that the work of the legislature next January will be mere ly a matter of form. Before the elec tion it was known throughout the na tion that th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

HBBBBBBBBBB.. PIBSiHBiPWH BBBBBBBBBBB95BBBBBBBjBBPiB ""iw 'm1' - jb- t tii allijB J& m 4K Hv "' t' P9 2 THE WASHINGTON BEE. : jg " ; ' ? .mi w. :fr " tfi HI S m 1 'feMl t II. C3 i-.1 i , tfo m H . t' BY -TH THey Say The Waller case is weak. He is a negro and negro have weak cases. This is from a white man's stand point. Waller will be vindicated. Congress will investigate Waller's tase. The Bee is far ahead all the ne gro journals. Look at the high-class, of adver tisers in The Bee. How did you like The. Bbb last week? Did you have a gay and enjoy able Thanksgiving ? Prof. J. T. Layton is one of the finest. Look out for the amateurs. Efcmilcar, Turleigh "ill assume his old role in the musical circle. He was at one time the most ipught after singer, in the city. He retired voluntarily, but his friends are nowt demanding him to xeturn. He is one of the most polished singers in this city. Commissioner Boss is the negro's friend. Let us live in hopes for a better iay. Abolish the gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

TT . ' Tf'iM i THE WASHINGTON BEE. & Inv a WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. BALTIMORE. gXT BAX.Y, & CO-, D itSVl m Baltimore, Md. THFIR WHISKEY IS THE BEST. is. i isms i :p, Maryland Rye Whiskies -302 Exchange Piace5 Cur Specialties: IBAKY'S OWL WHISHEY, BAKER'S PURE RYE WHISKEY, HOSS AND HOSS AND PATAPSOO CLUB WHISKEY. Iraporters of BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, ALE, AND STOUT, ETC. P. 0. BOX 445. TELEPHONE CALL 1576. Nov. 30th 3 mos. HOTELS. BALTIMORE. tiaffepd European plan : rooms one dollar and a half and upwards Absolutely Fireproof : Equipped with all modern improve ments. Situated on Washington Place, at the poot of Washington Monu ment, IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE PART OF THE CITY, CONVENIENT TO DEPOTS, Theatres and Business Centers. (Cuisine Unexcelled. JAMES P. A. O'CONNOR, MANAGER. Baltimore, Md. WASHINGTON, D. C. turns emeus ? IMPORTER & DEALER IN Wines & Liqups. SoLii Agent for "Manitou" Mineral Water Co., and the Famous "Belle ok Nelson." Lewis & Son's "1866," "This...

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