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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

C J 1 . THE WASHINGTON BEE,- . Jl f: in, ni lv ' I '!T '. f. y.i :? yi '4? .. f i "i? f V iffiy &k TSI !E. 7" ; . .,.. ' Saturday at 1109 J Stieet Pnblished eve v Northwest, Washington, i.C. Entered at th- PstOfflc at Washington as second class mail matter.J . CALVIN" CHASE, Editor. A. E. CAMERON, OENERAL BUSINESS MANAGER TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copv per year $2.00 Six months 1-00 Thrift months 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 for president: WILLIAM McKINLEY, Jr., OF OHIO. ABUSIVE CAMPAIGN. Some of the candidates who are making a canvass for the delegate ship from the District of Columbia seem to be laboring under the im pression that it is necessary to a buseiheir opponents. Certainly Messrs. Bailey and Key have the respect of all who hear them speak. It is commendable to these gentle men that they don' t run their cam paign on an abusive order, like some of the blackguards who seem to know nothing but vulgarity and abuse. Everywhere Mr. Bailey goes he is received with applau...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

Mmmop -Tv sE s5 VI SJfk LS THE WASHINGTON BEE. - MSjiriWi y j , f5 .' -l. -, Y J? A LIBEEAL ORGAK OFFJSIL. 1 V 1 .... . -M mxr'trSiaVM'' " l l ' MMM, urn rj- marriage of Miss Delia Web; -pr" d.Jrt?r of Mr" and Mrs D B tt'eb-t- r of 1 127 C street, southeast, ar.i Mr- ard . Simms, took place Vst W cdnesday evening, at the Eb- ezer A. M E. Church at 7:30 p. m. The (hurch was packed to its utmost capatit and at the exact time through thesui t strains ofMendelsshon march the bnJiii party cuicicu iuc tuuim and the nuptial knot was tied. ti,p hnde was handsomely gowned in 2 figured white silk, made with Prin ts tram and trimmed with point lace. Her tulle veil was held with sprays of HlieS 01 Hie VUllcy diiu. one v.aijcu a. bunch of tea roses. Miss Annie Haw kins w bo was becomingly dressed in white silk was bridesmaid and Mr. George Faire acted best man. The groom u ore the conventional black, onri thp rounle presented a unique ap- floarance, sitting on a divan, decorated i uhh white chry...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

M .--.- t THE WASHINGTON BEE. t. HI & t, ir. ! ca M J iU s 1 K ($ v in ii i 4 4 it w mi f w - ri'iiiiiii!i is THiS INSAjnU AS MM. The to Utica ex-Comptroller Taken State Hospital. Amsterdam, Nov. 20. Ex-State Comp troller Edward Wemple was to-day taken to the Vtica State Hospital. Kt "was apparently in good spirits and' con versed with his friends at the station. Amsterdam, Nov. 20. Edward Wem ple, ex-State Comptroller, was examined yesterday afternopn at his home in Ful tonville by a commission of lunacy consisting of Dr. Henry TV. Post and Dr. TV. J. Peddle. The well-known poli tician, in the opinion of the physicians, was found to be of unsound mind and a proper person for care and treatment in an institution for the insane as an insane person, under the provisions of the statute. The physicians crossed out the "words "is insane" out of respect for TVemple's feelings. Superintendent of the Poor Perry Kline of this city, went before Judge Wendell, of the Montgomery County Cour...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

TTtffs r jTrv m Y T-'p y "M "P tSS&a? sSBBis3feR )v s rV,'-S C JK r; 37 tf s,v V a THE WASHINGTON BEE. i . f l -fr ' n "iiSa asJawtr!u4H ."-j.'ta.- s.-ix aTi iMTI'l laihn i'ii iTk '" r rsjT' Wr &&&d&$i ir tM Hit SID& No sensible girl will allow a man to monopolize her company for not more than mx months without making his intentions known to her. PLong courtships are more disastrous than early marriages and often causes the woman pain. you would be a sensible "new id" don't allow a man to know how much you think of him. When a man makes a promise to a rirl and fails to keep it, the general presumption is that he thinks more of another. Watch the man who tells you he lores you and then continues to post pone the wedding day. Some promises are as brittle as ice cycles and he who makes them is a sinner of the deepest dye. Whc persons love each other they will teel that unless they can share ach others life, it is not worth living. They long for each other in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1895

w irsm m-t?3??." V THE WASHINGTON BEE. Fell on a rock BIG VALUES r i --'- . cav- i '9.fl ;f 1 ii. . i s 5 B il " i ! HE' iV ,S , ffi fe !f r If :in BUY GOOD' "We are now showing" the SB O largest assortment of new and reliable dry goods we've ever had. Everything usually found in a first-class dry good store can be found here, and the prices we guarantee the lowest. Special OYSTER DEALERS. til. W. WFIEIsB aui Mm. Poultry pr mm Barg ams! The Pastime Social Club enter-) tainment given at the Grand Army Hall November 27th "vras a great success. The committee kept good their declarations when they eaid that they would endeavor to liave an affair that would receive the "indorsement of the most skeptical. The music that was discoursed by the orchestra was enchanting in the extreme. The affair "is worthy of much commendation, and the Bee feels proud in chronicling the same. The Masedqnia' Social Club of the Tnird Baptist Church gave a very pleasant entertainment at the residence of Mr. and...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

WPRnaHBMMHi ST? sfc?3aS :atSr?- JrJ. I.- V i- 1' 5t- A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. I FIRESIDE COMPfflON. It is true if you see it in THE BEE. X0:NT IBOIEtltO-W ''H 1,3 T a Ta-ErrR GREAT ADYERTISIN6 MEDIOM. I Do you trant reliable tietcs? Do yoxi trorrf a m trade? Head and advertise in TIHE JZEEI j vWvv-v?taM- .r-y "" WASHINGTON i, Jim iiinwj,.iiun..ijmniiwjniu i . wuraiirjaajutMWtWJiejTMWJKlw JUtUMjiuvLVMsx'giwajja?esgjrgiaa "TfTV 1" ''IH" 'I umi jsa I . wziajjvjik: Vol. ZHTJTT. TsrainsTGr-Toiisr, id. a., s-ar-criD-x-, December t is5. IbTc. 2-3 i.JisSaaifeV9fl .v . " ' Vf ia& ViJ-itiaJL V'-J'? "N SxttR?i. a VWKSfiVV. 13 "'?". : WWl VWlHJ'KHmHmXK ! PT7 T?f"ii4. SPORTING CHIPS. While the Sporting Editor was fitting in the office in a deep rev erie, ruminating upon the decad , nee of the manly art and other branches of sport, the door of the sanctum was pushed open and the ruddy and smiling countenance of 'Jed Sullivan the erstuhile mana ger of the Washington Base Ball flub eonfr nted us...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

fc: .- THE WASHINGTON BEE; ldFN. ' !! i ? a'i i I ' if Vc, IKll I h tfi WL KM!S5i I'lD.e Sa The Bee is the paper after all Ii is reliable and don't you for get it. If you see it in The Bee it is so. Rer. Brooks was angry with his congregation on last Sabbath. His sermon, "secret sins" made the brethern angry. Some of the deacons say that he must prove his charge. They without a fault Trill be asked to cast the first stone. The minister not excepted. What did Rev. Brooks' congrega tion do to him ? It could not have been the House Chaplaincy. The doctor's campaign was badly managed. Do you read The Bee. It is a fireside companion and a household protector. The death of Bishop Way man is a sad lost to the A. M. E. Church. The campaign still goes brave Iv on. The democratic negro is not in it. The republican negro is not far behind. Bob Key is in it to win. Lem f Bailey will give them all close fight. If you are not careful you will get into the soup. Look out for our great Christmas nu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

pMf" lv swp?: . ?- ... .: THE WASHINGTON BEE. JWI UL I. MM! S Ml), Maryland Rye Whiskies, 302 Exchange Place, O-ar Specialties: FBARY'S OWL WHISHEY, BAKER'S PURE RYE WHISKEY. HOSS AND HOSS AND MTAPSCO OLTTB WHISKEY, Importers of BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, ALE, AND STOUT, ETC. P. 0. BOX 445- TELEPHONE CALL 1576. Nov. 30th 3 mos. 'SilOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS - - - BALTIMORE. WHITE, PALY, & CO-, 1 iri Baltimore, Md. TiHFIR WHISKEY IS THE BEST; Advertise in The Bee. HOTELS. BALTIMORE. sphe SfeaSfoFd fjlKOl'EAN PLAN: ROOMS ONE DOLLAR ann a half and upwards : Absolutely Fireproof : e(?l u'ped with all modern improve MENTS. Situated on Washington Place, at thk foot of Washington Monu ment, IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE PART f the city, Convenient to Depots, Theatres and Business Centers. (uisink Unexcelled. JAMES P. A. O'CONNOR, MANAGER Baltimore, Md. Advertise in the Bee. ALEXANDRIA. E. E. Downham & Co., WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, No. 107 King Street, Alexandria, Va,, -OLD DOMINION FAMILY EYE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

THE WASHINGTON. BEE. . 4 L J.., a 'i ; v - F MS BEE. fn J-V. v Pabllshed eve y Saturday at 1109 I Street Northwest, Wushington. o.C. Entered at th PoBtOrttc at Washington a second cluss mail innttpr.J . CALVIN CHASE, Editor. A. E. CAMERON, GENERAL BUSINESS MANAGER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy per year $2 .no Six mouths 1-00 Three months 50 City subscribers, monthly 20 All communications for publication, business, or otherwise must be ad dressed toTl -:k Printing Company, 3109 I street, 1 , Washington, I). C. Mr. Reed Ihic been installed us .Speaker of the House of Represen tatives. The President and Speaker Reed xto doudt had an understanding on Wednesday. Perhaps the Presi dent wanted the Speaker to agree to retire greenbacks. Tho President's message was not important to be considered by Con gress, and not interesting enough to be read by democrats. If there was a little change in the District Building anion? some of the officials, perhaps the people would be a little better of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

"f. I IH il ;jf - fW' - r? gS& ?$ aCTtS-: w. i j-p- y Vvr 7q Mfe-K .. THE WASHINGTON BEE. if;j- r - "?: 'iiiAJ!nKiinnBHKBwraHninBF :-"??wrwrf i-fy K- v .f -r"V--wj;''t?vi'';-T"'.-' .ww-r-:". -,w .' ,, iV -.' sh- TM,-ir j .?rr -tv w?5Nwr-., . 'tc ( ii t ri .'! i ira -fcft i --. "ci - i iii1 Hi Jm A 3 1P-A3- GUGaS OPF.EB. flWUjf Mr. 1- from ' Prof ' jSttt'-' Hon . totf . uoper has returned home ii.isita Exposition. M. (ire-gory was in Baltimore ; K. Lynch will not arrive . i.,k-January. .!. s R. Douglass attended lie 1 f tl. I '...' t'!i IV J"- . t:.-l. w, ..,,.,,, : ij.,u: fcorci' - - Mrs. Henderson, of JNew J. ... , ; UlVJU UCjWllUlC 1U1 LUCil . .tiflnv pvruinjr- was dined lOnU" "" " -!, Aninnn- tllrtee tlH i'-- VHH3V-. ji.jiwh6 uiujt Ul-,-.urs. 1-. v, oiuee ana wr anu ;urb. jcvaiih, n. Hum- i &tm v :1 V il I W w ii'iw h gL J J & & & wionraivf ? JL Ji?jLiJ Best $i-5 Hat and 25c Neck wear. 430 Seventh Street, N. W. Strictly One Price. Washington, D. C. y ii esci)....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

f" i'9l'l C x fe. r i THE WASHINGTON BEE. ".. h. HBViBaiHBHHPHWIPiB" V W 7. NW fir "V 9b. . Vf -" "- - -BK - T-?W ' "HT' V '-B. " " j . F -3V -t." u .,- - -V'rVWnfc HHpr vmia -J r"ppea ' -rfr- w iiiK: 'r f "vj v.fir - l iipnQr jJ - KT JT J ' 0 . . 4 HCl1 i tf ' I t 3 s, )! t, i i. V f t M -- M rv - Ki HSS. GKUXDY SA7S. That this year's disp ppearance of au tumn" foliage was sudden and rapid. That no razor is sharper than the tongue of an offended "society woman." That ome clergymen have to be i i i -ilous to get the notoriety they covet. That too many idols of the hour have "iiteriors stuffed with sawdust or straw. That some people will be sad if they Eet to heaven and find no horses there. That among women forever smiling ire those who are blessed with fine teeth. That wife's affections are sometimes valued highest when they are with drawn. That some chemical is needed to dir solve and evaporate fashionable scan dals. That ether does not fill space as thor oughly as women aroung ba...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

a;- A- ffr &' !Hi.v'"J SST45 'lj? riS??S5TOK-B W S&'Wfy- 5 'v 7 f '. .. ' THE WASHINGTON BEE. 1 4 u" Y v " v ? r v r gjr - -Jli -. "V 3v vScr - V' St""""15.;- j ! ?rr"i Trrw.""T- if? WarlS' A liapT'V heart is better .an a heavy purse, i-un5 " nnn't a'low the present to go unno ticed b preparing for the future. ;, w not the erreat things, but the ,'ttle i';tic:s one does in life that gives V true judications oi cuarauier. There are two kinds of hypocrites ebolu and thenumDie, ana tnenum- jleronp' are uie nuiai. Dinui women are too apt to look upon !,aewl o jnsesses a handsome face, as jeirea.my. Tho ur.rld no longer regards delicate Laltli and not knowing how to do do- ejtir work a sign oi rennement. Talk ts cheap, it can be made to der, especially wnen mere is a pretty .cetu umpire u. Doins nothing is the hardest work jratnclustrous man. Rp.iutk. -A small mouth means petti- ess, meanness, and if the lips are thin Apn cru Itv, as well. It also means efinement, which easily de...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1895

jpT M THE WASHINGTON BEE. hmpvot i - im rm9Fmr--rm"'mmr'mm-'Urtw;a&tr & .t &&& &rttwxmr ll w wzzmi m&m ry" '--' - -rsw i t- -&- w i if- M ' y M aft' ' . j iifc 1 i.K ! iiW..' 7 ' i . ,--i vii ) ? 1 '.till S IT ',1 lyai ' . -r - : ' je yv - I - F! - J iu .: -l Last Tuesday night, Mr. Wm. Cook, our great violinist appeared before the Bethel Literay and Historical Association, with a lec ture, entitled "The possibilities of the Negro in Music.'' Mr. Cook's lecture was devided into -five parts, each onedealing with the lives and works of Bethoven , Mozart, Schu bert, Wagner, and Drorak, the latter beinsr that famous comnoser. O J. ' I who has startled the musical world of ten continents, by his discovery of negro melody and his great "Negro Symphony, which has been pronounced bv European critics to be the greatest production of the generation DELEGATE CONTEST. Holiday Gifts For Young and Old. Don't puzzle your brains any longer over what you will buy for ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1895

PS8 , JpAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. ll.v 1 w See 5 FIRESIDE tSOMPIBOlL It Is true if you see it in THE BEE. GREAT ADVERTISING MEDIUM, 9 U you want reliable news? Db yu winf m f J303STE BO:RKO"W 'JL'H IB t a Ta-prcfr j car icss race aavocazer jjo you team emtere trade? Sead and advertise in XMJt J5MMJ Z." WASHINGTON Vol. i2CI"V "VsTSSaillSTCS-TOlSr, XX C, STXJEIDA."5r, DECEMBEB ife 1895. 3STo. 2 5 5 I f MnBgygl ll SS'HHi M 'iiK' : ztw(ft,;-'i;w w,; r JIB. THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION. There will be special attraction at Atlanta Exposition for the Afro-Americans from December 12th to the 31st, as follows in connection with the Southern Railway : December 12th, Methodist Episcopal Church Congress. December 13, 14, and 15, Congress on Africa. - December 26 and 27, the American Assonation of Educators of Colored December 28th, Colored Woman's Congress. December 30th, Colored Teachers Dav. December 30th, Colored Barbers Dav. D.Vember 30th, Colored Business Men, Farmers and Mechanics. December 31st, Co...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1895

V THE WASHITONBEE. 2 ..i . 4 A tl M 1 -fc-' f trl! w I ex v- 1 t. Kf fJ '' , .' ; m X By 3rIE -9s. mm Tiie3r Say Don't be alarmed. The boys are now in the dance. The fight is on to a finish. The best man will win. Don't forget that honest men are on guard.. The Bee is the paper to adver tise in. Look for our great Christmas edition. Don't desert a friend and acts of kindness. Be honest in your dealings with your- fellow man. Negro democrats are things of the past. The National Committee has de cided on the place and time. The fight will oe fonght to a finish. The people want primary elec tions. Bar room campaigns are played out Do as. you think best. The Chrfstmas number of The Beb will be a great edition. Three hundred thousand copies will bo published December 21. Send in your advertisements for our Christmas edition. Those who intend to receive on New Years day should' send in their names for the Christmas edi tion. The per pie will not tolerate fraudulent 1 ji'tions. Will it be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1895

IT r-. . THE WASHINGTON BBK. - a a T-. 1 ,! . HBfF " nmr w-i(. - k . .T w r JinBi-.-.vjH' riWKiMak,i:v luui.. j. jk JitjKBi-..ulliF av ' m "MnvnnnHiiBB ,,. -vwpp. T-ff--r-- - g I MYERS 5 BRO, Maryland Rye Whiskies, J02 Exchange Place; Ox Specialties: JBARY'3 OWL WHISKEY, RAKER'S PURE RYE WHISKEY, HOSS AD HOSS AND hTAPPrO CLUB WHISKEY. Importers of JBANDIKS, WINES, GINS, ALK, AND STOUT, ETC. P. 0. BOX 445- luTIIMIOKIE!, 2v3D. TELEPHONE CALL 1576. Nov. 30th 3 BIOS. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. . -i - BALTIMORE. fl2, DAtY & CO-. ISTIUjBRS. Baltimore, Md. HFIR WHISKEY IS THE BEST: i riiM' in The Bkk. HOTELS. BALTIMORE. Jhe SfeaEfopd RlROPr N PLAN : ROOMS ONE DOLLAR AND A H LF AND UPWARDS : e Ahmlutely Fireproof : JQCIFPLD WITH ALL MODERN IMPROVE MENTS. Iituatcd on Washington Place, at he foot of Washington Monu (st, in the most fashionable part ifthe city, Convenient to Depots, sieatres and business centers. Lysine Unexcelled. JAMES P. A. O'CONNOR, MANAGER Baltimore, Md. AdorH.cein the...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1895

wib9"j -tcij.., w.,; MMM - - ' JT-- M Jt M 1 ,m 'Mi3tM?'w 7tHi!? "'fll : - ? . j mi i ' ' AiHtf: t rmmmimf --Jar': 4lmm mi jjl u in v h Vv 3 P fe li: i v . I. u r n i m i .! . if 1 11 fMMMHHMMIIHHNMHMIMHMWIHMMMWnM ;Ix i " - - ' tr -M&L .jnfFf Published eve y Saturday at HOB I Mieet Northwest, WH8hnjtont .C. Entered al n- Psl Offlep ai Wh ngion M seoriri cIhik -null tnattr. . CALVIN" CHASE, Editor. A. E. CAMERON, GENERAL BUSINESS MANAGER. TERMS UP SUBSCRIPTION". One copy per year $2.0' Six monihs LOU Three months 0 City subscribers, monthly 20 All communications for publication, bnsiness, or otherwise must be ad dressed to The Bee Printing Company, 1109 I street, n. w., Washington, D. C. THE SENATE. The republicans will probably reorganize the Senate and in the event of such reorganization there will undoubtedly be a tilt between the President and that body, whose political complexion differ so ma terially. In many instances the President will be stubborn as the Senate, and unles...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1895

mKFWBSBgBKKBBSBSBBKKB - "w -S35SKS- ;pgp J A - V f--ih4U MM. W '-T' nfiif nui iiiiw"i I'" imi"i idf rjwr -mrfctr ""77V J i. . '--- . . - . THE WASHINGTON BEE. " ' ' . V .M? V A '!Is .' V- A. ' - Hon. Robert Smalls and his little son are in the city. . Hon. Geo. W. Murrey "of South Carolina is in the city. Hon. N. W. Cunney, of Texcs and Col, James Hill, of Mississippi are in the city stopping at Mrs. Brown's 1410 I street, n. w. Mrs. Alice Eggleston and her two beautiful little boys, who have been' the guests of Mrs. Compton, 210 21st street, n. w.. and who has had such a pleasant stay in the city, returned to their home 111 Buffalo, N, Y., yester day. Mrs. Eggleston won a host of friends while here, and her departure caused many to regret. She was enter tained Thursday at tea by her friends. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Johnson have issued cards for their silver anniver sary, which will take place Sunday evening, December 22d. They will be at home 2015 Vermont avenue, n. w., Monday evening...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1895

wmzmmt ;agagggBB ssssi saaaasKCai THE WASHINGTON BEE. ' p -. .mi w - -k- -nv -h- s.' w m mwe m trmf " r v4.m. i mn n . - .. -.-jr-.wis yrea.&.-grjiT wsejFijb. injwm"- " ' ... , V?; 5, Li ...(. ,,...MM-...lhw ..rtmft iTi- ..nr, ,, ' " -At' i-ii HiWmLm ii..MMiw .Yitgfr ,.,!- -.., ... ,.,,- , . - .-!K. (i j I ' tsBtf s r Iw r? rfM fejW I U Li IVJ1 ( L'jSi M3I V ir &f ? . a-' 1 I- 6- t' 1 ?- r S 1 I. J . ' s. if 1 tU ' 4 1 ' W! VC I -,.-. ,,.,. ,11 ,.,.,,. ., 1 . BIG FIRB3 IN CHICAGO. Piano, Furniture and Shoe Firms Burned Oat. Chicago, Dec. 9. The four-story brict building at Nos. 178 and 180 Wabash avenue, occupied by piano, furniture ( . and shoe firms, with its valuable con ents, was almost entirely gutted by fire at 11 o'clock last night. When the firemen broke into No. 178 a watchman was lying 1n his night clothing just inside the door. He had made an ef fort to escape, but was overcome be fore he could get to the door. He is in a critical condition. In No. ISO tub men wer...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1895

Jl HWlW'BiJBBWl fwft)WiBHMaaKfcKm;iTfa-,l4j wjjfr: . - ' ourtosiotaAasariMsos"1" f -v r- I i THE WASHINGTON BEE. ML Any woman is justified in .complain ing of" her husband's reading the pa per at the breakfast table. Reading at the meal time robs the wife of all sociability and possibly of any domestic talk. A good man is always ready to con sult his wife about the plans for the day. Women should also avoid reading letters at the .breakfast table, for it shows disrespect to those present and is more objectionable than newspaper reading, for what is in tne paper ail can read. True conversation is an orderly in terchange of ideas and not a battle of wors, like a heap of loose stones shol pell-mell out of a cart. Bessie. Invitations to dinner recep tions can be answered in a few words rh c "Miss White reerrets that a previous invitation prevents her from accepting your kind invitation for De cember 25th." Fretting is a waste of time, and is too much overlooKed in valuation of character...

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