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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 January 1888

i" 1 T "- w ph.-c& S0BSCRXB1RS IK l OOLOBED POPTJlJLTloi! 80,000. """ Terms. $2.00 Per year. vol- VI- 5 cents per copj. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14.1888. ITO.33. "' -MtssiBBW. oy i T jsLHi LH sbk H r ' II IJH.U ..... ! r g J, f IMIIII i L HEILBRUN'S, L.a.i'g;est m1 Uest One Price Tl SHOI HOUSE 402 7tii Si. N. FE: THE OLD LADY IN "WINDOW. entire new stock of $3.97. The Best LADIES and GENTS' Hand M " ' sewed Button Gaiters and "Waukenphast. Q9 so LADIES FRENCH DONGOLA BUTTON KKXT'S SEAMLESS CALF GAITERS and Fair STITCHED ci",n GENT'S & LADIES SOLID BUTTON, LACE and CON-Sl.ou- GRESS GAITERS. 97 cts -MISSES & BOY'S SOLID SHOES. -n Or -CHILD'S SPRING HEEL, BUTTON SHOES." 0 GRUBBER BOOTS, ALL SIZES." S Pastors and Charitable Societies will receive a liberal discount. Tickets and Chromes for all. j B (J 1ii can buy House furnishing aud Dry Goods of every description at lie (.west juices and easiest terms, at BACHSOHMID & Myers', the most aijlf Installment House ...

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. — 14 January 1888

3-S!?'B?'wlt '' ;hPJWWKfSH, r . - ja '-f-,5"J- i r-c st?S?''s; ? DtWrrSf- -j -vrE"" - rTwpjRi fsyt- flr I' v - The BEE. j jssj-. . m ". av-s-af -w.' .. i7f -- " PabllBhed even- Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington. D. C. K.Uerbd at the Postofflce at Washington C. as second-class mall matter. 95 COLOR LIKE IN SCHOOLS. We desire to call the attention of Trustee CorniBb to one of his smart Alecks' in the night school. There is an individual who is car ried away on the color of certain female leacherB and if it is not discontinued we shall make it hot for some one. The biggest outrage ever per petrated upon the colored people of Maryland, was the lynching ot Bigus, the man who was tried without judge or jury a few weeks ago. Iu striking contrast with this piece of diabolism is the re lease of Kiltou, a white man a gainst whom a -charge similar in all respects to that which the ex acting and law abiding white murderers of Bigus deemed suffi ciently just liable to lynch him for...

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. — 14 January 1888

5-V-V"-"- sT- UMMaafcSeia TH"G BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L. C Moore, advertising ageii EAST WASHINGTON. G. Fletcher. 1322 B Streel Northeast t V Fowler, 318 3rd Street, Southeast. west Washington: inseph Lewis. 1417 28th st. Captain jSS. 17CHI 32ud Street, SOUTH WASHINGTON ; R. S. Laws. 310 H Street. EBiimuteB for ndvertlsiuE furnisned on appli- Uon. Objectionable advertiaeuients-will not m inserted at any price. All remittances should e made by draft, postal money order, press or registered letter. Money forwarded n'any other way, is at the sender's risk. In ending money the amount and what it is for ,umiid hedlBtinctlv stated. 5kAU letters, etc., should be ad-dressid "Y, CALVIN CHASE. WashiuKton D. C FLUSHED EVE11Y SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W, WASH.. D. C. "" W HERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 3 18 3rd street, s.e. jn nJpolfeety'B, M Street, between 12th and Northwest. J. H. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M Btreet, NortnwesU Philadelphia House, 348 Pennsylvania Ave. ...

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. — 14 January 1888

Hw 5P?ip81PBSS!FpilP 'fPSr-rr "f"Tff!)!iy SSBi S5 IHI CWIW trl TrvU KISt Erl ftfl BOLE aiAXUFACTUEEB, 1. fi. W & GO'S,, Solid ComfortSuokboiT'ds Biding qualities unsurpassed. No jar to the feet, Durable and stylish. Prices reason able. -Shipments singly or by carload to all parts of tho United States. Responsible Agent wanted in every town. Send for Price List and descriptive Catalogue. Correspondence earnestly solicited. q -N. B. Every person acting as Agent for our "Wagons, will have his name with advertise--zneut of ""Yagnm advertised in the leading paper of the county or town whero Agent resides, aratia for :x months. ' s tfT-OT T TT'Crn DX!aDTMHTT WE? f A JFJLAJbJU A, MAL4 COPYRIGHTED 1877 - fi , rroli CAHWA&E.S ' ' LlU 1 1 HfJyWE 1 fciffiinTO'l I A I I - ' o. - fd '.-l I U UaJJPT Wf.':MFlMSy-?5rTM I will f 1 i if7MsaiMMaeggi-Jsi Illustrated by the use of a Buggy made by T. T. Haydock. -which is not only the Leading ,BugKy in this picture, but THE LEADING BUGGY OF AITCE...

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. — 21 January 1888

WccclWTacIMIlall 111 TTLaLaLi y?regy ---8ggBaAi yymggpMBa SUBSCRIBERS HE iflDHC' IEEIB " Tonus. $2.00 Per year. WASHUN-GTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, j ANUARY 21, 1888. V t a 7i 1 1 1 Tl 11 1 11 IT WlPr nmRl lf Hi O V - 8O,O0. J t r HR9 A HI 5 cents per copj. ;s ' Wsi tm : r ' - - 4afyii m ITO. 34- lFi if L HEILBRUN'S, rjl0 I-svrg'est and. Db5est One f?ri3e SEOE HOUSE 402 7tli St. N. W. g.;E:TIlE OLD LADY IN WINDOW. An. entire new stock of $3.97. The Best LADIES and GENTS' Hand sewed Button Gaiters and Waukenphast. -,o LADIES FRENCH DONGOLA BUTTON i'.' GK NT'S SEAMLESS CALF GAITERS andFair STITCHED BOOTS. i 50-GENT'S & LADIES SOLID BUTTON, LACE and CON bL GRESS GAITERS. Q7 CtP -MISSES & BOY'S SOLID SHOES. . to PtE -CHILD'S SPRING HEEL, BUTTON SHOES. RUBBER BOOTS, ALL SIZES." I' S. Pastors and Charitable Societies will receive a liberal discount. Tickets and Chrom s for all. eresting to house Keepers. Tjii can buy Douse furnishing and '&. cwst prices and easiest terms, atBACHSCHM...

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. — 21 January 1888

ni m LU The jfcjj m Published every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. Enter n, t At the Postoffice at 'Washington CJ. as second-class mall matter. THE MOB. Another scene like the erne at St. Georges' hall was witnessed on last Tuesday evening at the Cosmopolitan hall. A. S. Davis who was elected chairman by the mob sometime ago, wae, himself compelled to leave the chair on account of bodily injury. How long is this kind of politics to be continued? Can we wonder at the lemncratg in the south appealing to the north condemning iguorant mob rule? If such scenes as have J been witnessed for the last two weeks at the Capital of the nation, where education, refinement, wealth and the like, predominate, what c&n we say of those in the louth who have been recently emancipated and havn't had th opportunity to cultivate the liber al arts? Can the Republican National convention recognize inch mob rule, where common decency is a stranger? If the Republican National conv...

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. — 21 January 1888

iuw-'ii, mimniLiiii'j' 'liaiwwwHWWBlwroww TiM-Jwrtiftw- ,.r. " " Wf ! - - '$ XSI15 IBISES AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L. C. Moore, advertising agen EAST WASHINGTON. Fletcher. 1322 B Street Northeast ' ' j.-owlerf 31S 3rd Street, Southeast. WEST WASHINGTON: , ,, i,-ws, 1417 28l h tt. CariaSn v'sw, J701' yJlld iS1,eet' SOUTH WASHINGTON : U.S. Laws. 31(5 H Street. . s- ,u.ite! f.r MlvejUsmu furnisnea on appli ' S, jbji'etionttbleadverti5eiiientfiwlllnot 'tf. , M-iU'dat any price. All remittances i llt. made by draft, postal money order, " .,1 u registered letter. Money forwarded P', other way, is at the sender's risk. In iniv money the amount and what it is for .t. ,,i.i he distinctly stated. fcbAU letwru etc.. should be ad-lressed W, ('AI.VIN CHASE, Washington D. C ,rri iMUSD EVEltT SATURDAY AT n,K.IST..N.W, WASH.. D. C. ' v nfci'lS THE "iiklU CAN BE HAD. prof. J. W. Fowlers, 3 IS old btrect, s.e. v vs. "i'.',ikei 's. M .street, Leiween 12th and N .m i west, l. II. Heller, Druggist, corner ICt...

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. — 21 January 1888

H m m if Ml I $J 1 1J tt F lv 3ivexia.exif Conn BOLE MAXPFACTUBEC, S. 3. RHUS & CD'S,, effort Stols and Spile Wagons, single and double sealed. Riding dualities unrarn&BBed. No -Ur to fh stole. Shipments singly or by carload to all parts of tho United 8tates. Responsible Agent wanted in every town. Bend for Price List and descriptive Catalogue. Correspondence earnestly solicited. N. B. Every person acting as Agent for our "Wagons, will have his name with advertise ment of Wagons advertised in the .eading paper of tha county or town where Agent realties, gratis for nix months. a ' "THE GIRL I LETT .BEHIND ME." JftPYMGHTED 1177 13 . rr5 L.iL W c3i3llBBBPrrfcBKrfL M3Ey$-,: r?ssj:"'55! j3 Illustrated by the nse of a Bueet Bade by T. T. Haydock. which is not only the Leading' .Buggy in this picture, but THE LEADING BUGGY OF AHIERICA. Has flaydock's Safety King Bolt and Fifth Wheel. Ask you dealer for the T. T. HAYDOCK BUGGY, with the Haydock Safety King Bolt and Fifth Wheel. Life...

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. — 28 January 1888

-. . . "-a, . io,o SUBSCRIBERS vm Terms. $2.00 Per year. 5centsper copy. tf WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28,1888. NO. 35. Wanted, B 1 I ' if ' "11 1 pi i IT" I I I -I" I I I I '""T'l W W -'"" " " VOL- VI. HHLKK NV rfxv I-sirg'est and. tSest On? F;riee SH01 HOUSE 402 7th St. N. W. SICE: TEE OLD LADY IN WINDOW. a,, t.ptfiv now stock of $3.97. The Best LADIES and GENTS' Hand sewed Button Gaiters and Waukenphast. ., ii LADIES "FRENCH DONTGOLA BUTTON - G KXT'S SEAMLESS 0 ALF GAITEUS and Fair STITCHED 13 OOTS. oi oGET'S k LADIES SOLID " BUTTON, LACE and CON bU " GUESS GAITERS. sTHE JUNIOR EXCEL n n -MISSES & BOYS SOLID SHOES. -n r V -GUILD'S SPRING HEEL, BUTTON SHOES. RUBBER BOOTS, ALL SIZES " WILL GIVE A GRAND PRESENTATION OF GOLD MEDALS On Eeb. 17:h '88 at the Metropolitan church, M bet. 15th and 16th sts. u. w., to the following company : Grand Army Posts, No. 4 and 9, the Butler Infantry Corps, Washington Cadets aud Capital City Guards. Popular speakers will address each co...

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. — 28 January 1888

tm The Slkfs BEE. v'- 153? X Published every Saturday uorthwest, Washington. D. C. at 1109 I street fc-nterk-d at the Pflstofflce at Washington C. as second-class mail matter. TUE CONVENTION The Repub ica Convention which met at WiJhvd Hall on Tueddny m nrig to elect dele gates to the Chicago convention which will meet in Chicago, III., Jane 19; h, waB not controlled by a mob but by reputable r.epubh cane. The mob was defeated by a class of republicans who have been working lor reform in oui District, politics. Mr. Carson ai.d his adherents, being enthus.astic over a victory which tbey presum ed tbey'had gained by capturing the Central Committee, have realized by now that mob rule will not work. Mr. Carson is irted to things which the republicans of the District could not tolerate. Long before the time for the Con vention to convene, Mtsars. Mar cellus West, Carson and otheis had the hall filled with such men (whom they .resumed were with j them and prevented leg illy elect ed deleg...

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. — 28 January 1888

sgr -9t " "; -p. 'swaBtTBSJ ct , """ '" i' XBL13 IBEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L c. Moore, adv erti?ing en EAST WASHINGTON. F etcher. 1S22 B Street Northeast ' v iwler, 318 3rd Street. Southeast. WEST WASHINGTON. ,,,!,. 8. HIT 2StU st. Captain , l'1-' .-,.,1 stieel. . w M)L'TU WASHINGTON : K. ?. Laws. 810 H Street. f(kf i advextlstng farnisnea on appli , ,i.fc-tonable aavertibexnentB will not 'w,,,ftt any price. All remittances i'v made by draft, postal money order. iiT reuihterod letter. Money forwarded " ,V lH way, is at the sender's risk. In ' ..ffi.mey the amount and what It is for X. hbtlnetlv stated. vvr. etc., should be ad-dressed AV PALVIN CHASE. WashinKton D. G , , u i.OEL) KVEUT SATURDAY AT H.WIST..N.W-. WASH.. D. C. rt Hf-RE the bee cabe had. i . 1 , Fowlers, 3 IS 3rd street, s.e. , . V-. ik.ty-s, M Street, between 12th and ''.WOSt. t ii. Heller, Druggist, corner 16th and M m,-. ;. Norm west. : aiUpblaUouse.3iSPennsylvanlaAve. Kr,vesl. SATUUDAY!Jan. 28, 1868. J' of. C A. JoUlgo...

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. — 28 January 1888

1 li w i I .'H. & ?, t -i lis vlRIwi. it t, 6 THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME." .iQPYRlGHTEOI i L z y -1 -P i i 3" -rfcgpj'flf fi r . c j.t 'L. jp tn f I rjVivXy'"' riiTBf "JfciMJjT'Bii " tii 'ihmBBij " i -UluEtrated by the use of a Buggy made by T. T. Haydock, which is not only the Leading ,BuKev in this picture. T3UtTTEEE IiEADING BUGGY OF A7IJRKECA. Has Havdork's afetv Kinir Bolt and Fifth Wheel. Ask you dealer for the T. T. MAY DOCK. BCGGf. -with the Haydock Safety King Bolt and Fifth heel. Life is insecure ridng ovpr any other. (ThU plctnre nill be farnUoed oa a Urge C4. printed in elegant ityle, to anyone who will a?rfe to frame 1L) .EKCLOSE STAMP. T IJI- ."ETZDCCXK:, 0 "WhofSri " Sffflutf Cor. Plu and Twelfth Sis., CKCIXXATI, 0. -.AQEHTS WANTED WHliEE WE HA.VL iiOUE! HO TJIVEBIHEET EO PEOFITAKLE. W Gh. IBZB BOLE MANUFACTURER, H. H.RICS&G1TS., SoHd Comfart Suckbaards Bidine qualities "unsurpassed. No jar to the j able. Shipments singly or by carload to all parts of the Unite...

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. — 4 February 1888

4 I I t '-" v. '11 r' nr niimiin mmemmmmm r'trto' .-a.-, ' - "n - , n. - v-ft V-fK? wf'Cv" 7 "i- - " -"ft- w- iviar' - liHTISE Ii Tliis Paper, IT SILL FIT. Goloeed Population 809000. SUBSCRIBERS Wanted, THE LEADING IBHD lK' JA&W Terms. $2.00 Per year. YuL. VI. L HEILBRUN'S, The Ja.rg-esfc and JtSest OnJ? I?rioe 402 7tli St. N. W. SEE: THE OLD LADY IN "WINDOW. An entire new stock of $3.97. The Best LADIES and GENTS' Hand- sewed Button Gaiters and Waukenphast. oo LADIES FRENCH DONGOLA BUTTON v"- G EKT'S SEAMLESS C A.LF GAITERS and Fair STITCHED BOOTS. SUU-GENT'Sfc LADIES SOLID BUTTON, LACE and CON- GRESS GAITERS. 07 Cts.-MISSES & BOY'S SOLID SHOES. 50 Cts. CHILD'S SPRING HEEL, BUTTON SHOES. "RUBBER BOOTS, ALL SIZES " l S. Fustois aud Charitable Societies will receive a liberal discount. Tickets and Chromes for all. eresting to house Keepers. w Vnii ran bnv House furnishinc and be lowest prices and easiest terms, at BACHSCHMID & Myers', the most re'ia'ile Installment House ...

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. — 4 February 1888

IU fcr?? 3?vj,risa r- f?WP5i5W5 V The Jjjj BI E. .SHiBhlLevSry Saturday al 1109 I street north weBt, TYasainEton. D. C. ntercd at Ihe rjostcfflce nl " m-lilnstou v . a6 Becond-clcBfc xrall mutter. THE WAIL OB" -THE DISAP POINTED. .The mochiaveliiiM protect of the sage of Cedar Hill which ap peared in a daily paper published here, a tew days ago and in which he denounces and unalhemizes tin recent convention in i-huice and clean cut adjective?, when read between the lines, tell a fearful tale of bitter disappointments and Rhoir the writter o be in that frame fof mind which Cromwell was in when Wolsey charged him to fling away ambition." It doe make a ditference with a conMd erable distinction when the rMit ox s gored. 13ut when things go wrong a' d somebody elscs' ox get hurt, look cut for squalls. The s:ge of Cedar Hill declares with holy honor th it the pro ceedings were simply "disgrace fuP' and by way of pareu thesis insinuates somethirg about treach ery and bad faith.- Was the F...

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. — 4 February 1888

mm ; ' ' iMi ? 3 tfM THcj Jh5JtGJfcL until almost six in the evenhig; failing to get - the election from either side, be calk thia meeting. Mr. Hewlett, he said, who comes here to protest, was the -noisiest man in the Willard convention. Two thirds of the meeting on Thursday night was composi d of ferrates. The resolutions were odopted by one side, Mr. Chase didn't vofe. Mr. Douglas?, said Mr. Chase, did :idvaucenoney for a hall in case nhat a bolt of the convention was necessary, and he was to go as a bolting delegate. It was a case of sour grapes. It was a meeting of sore heads aud thoFe who served on the committee on resolutions itouk part in the recent convention. WANTS. oe-r" . v da"" 3 Thomas W. Chase, IFTOIIEIrrUIIIlllDlffllHIHIT. Insurance, Claims of all kinds promptly attended to. Legal papers careially drawn at reasonable rates. Office: 934 F sr., n. w. Room' 31. Residence 1222 R Si., Washington, D. C. 5000 Booh Agents JFantedtoSeU the DECfUIEB life of DEEunEtii AUTHORIZED...

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. — 4 February 1888

rw J ",r fr , -Cfc -. "-Jp - i ' ., A , - - r-- r;tvW -T -spr-'W-sg? iff tli 1; W? V in IU vm - W "THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME. -OPYBIEHTED Illustrated by the rise of a Buggy made by T. T. Haydoct, which is nptpiily the Leading BSinthis picture, but ME LEADING BUGGY OF AMERICA. Has 'flaydock's Safetv Kinjr Bolt and Fifth Wheel. Ask you denier for the T. 1. UAYDOCK iCflGGY, with the Haydock Safety King Bolt and Fifth MhetL Life iB insecure rid'nR over any other. (This picture Till be farnuned oa m Urge cd, printed In eleguit ttjle, to anyone vrho -will aree to frme It.) jhclose stamp.) rpm iji ZKATSTZDCOSS:, o wurtSfipSlul Cor. Pltm and Twelfth Sis., CIXCDTSATI, 0. iQEIfTS WANTED WHliflE WE HAVxI liOtfEi UO DTVESIMEHT CO PEO?ITA"BLIi. w a-. ZBiRDiiLiErsr vericLen.J Ocaan ? BOLE MAMJFACTUIlEn, 3. I. filCS & GO'S,, Solid Comfort Mtoaris Riding qualities unsurpassed. No jar to the feet. Durable and stylish. Prices reason able. Shipments singly or by carload to all parts of the United ...

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. — 11 February 1888

to.oo: bBSCRTBimS fflilXlT?j h m ibis Ooloeed Population 809GOO. 0f?GA-T. j.s. $2.00 Per year. - M. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, EEBKUARY 11, 188S. i 2TO. 37- 0 ,rtf flftHMhttriYtfrtr. 4U TT,r7 ,ti m. yiiv w m m.m.m,B i i i ,t aa . j. . . i 0 0 : Vj L HEILBRUN'S; 1 ca jku .-. 402 7th Si. N. W. I.Ki-TiE OLD LADY IN WINDOW. ...... mk nfS3.97. The Best LAD IKS ami fTFNTTR' TTan.i. M'YlCll U'lH-vn V.UII.V.1C ;ES FKNCllDUNGOLA BUTTON ,V ,TS SEAMLESS CLF GAITEKS audEair STITCHED K- lv" , (il'rs& LADIES SOLID "'BUTTON, LACE and CON- GRES GAITERtS. -, VISKS & HOY'S SOLID SHOES. ,' , .' -CHILD'S SPRING HEEL, BUTTON SHOES. ' ' -kUBUER BOOTS, ALL SIZES " ' rs'ois and Clisirltable Societies will receive a liberal discount. Tk-ket- and Chromes for all. f X A ii hw IloiiPe furnishing and Dry Goods of every description at -t ii jfi's and easiest terms, atBACHSCEMID & Myers', the most ; -t.iihnciit House in the city. Call before buying elsewhere. :: : u rii solmil &...

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. — 11 February 1888

"It 'J-'JfJWltMt!mpil Ksyyp5a'g7Tr 7 w f :t.t ?'S v .- - - N. n M M "-TamBk "W .sHc V g-JP " 1L . USiJ ' WtJ&BBMG TCWSjJCTlTaK.SMt IL siT" "to"- .LyKrjTT" D"Me - sb"hsvstv iv-.-s T5 T JC .T .. - - -5r i X ilsrt Ml' i tr i i ' jpjfB i tcx T j iV- SSarTfjTlEKJiTi- JAy acr - sS"-SssS5Sja 4nCBn lcTV fJnlinBSMiaKIIIr mr. - r ; t -a .m. .w r- . -- t ju -"n,' -- tsi- . - - tr ,-r--)- - - ji -a.." -- . """ -- - . -- z.-.r i". tstw --viss ,-, i -jm. r " jtr .--.. . ... jw$p!PP2 ' ,- t - - - -. t . .- , , - - - - - - ,, - rf ' y . ' - 'i P IT ii .. u v n TM : w f UP ill The "Mk: BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. nt ercd at the Postofflce at "Washington vJ. as second-class mail matter. FREDERICK DOUGLASS. Mr. Douglass may be character ized by the American people as a great man and recognized as the foremost negro in the land, but there are certain traits in the ptrBonai of this American citizen that would make a county democ racy politician blush. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 February 1888

asassas; ' J THB 3B3BEI AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L C jtfoore, adv e i i Vi en EAST WASHINGTON. j. ,i cher. 1322 B Street Northeast V K'wler, 31S 3rd Street, Southeast. WEST WASHINGTON: l.wls. 1417 28111 st. Captain . iud Stieet. mUTII WASHINGTON i U.S. haws, iu w. street. , v f. r snivel Using furniBiiett on appli . ibifctionable advertisements will not .hi at any price. All remittances p inmlo y draft, postal money order, . ,, roistered letter. Money forwarded i-i way, is at the sender's risk. In ivmoy the amount and what It is for . , ,i.:stinctlv stated. s .i , etc. should be ad-iressed V CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. 0 KiiElDEVEHTSATURDAT AT I I ,.,1ST..W- WASH.. r. C. i i u,.KiniiKBKECANBEllAD, l V. Fowlers, 3 IS 3rd street, s. e. ' .. iV,:i;,.'iy's. M Street, between 12th and i 11. ivller, Druggist, corner 16th and M F'.ct t, Northwest. 1 i..i,.lelphla mouse, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest. SATURDAY, Feb. llf 1888. Tin witeriairiment given by the Free efface Club last week was a -rsu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 February 1888

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Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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