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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 February 1888

iiiHEEESESSKSi -IT' r JW1' -W-r- -' ie -Ost " St?'-r7- v jrv-- , -fr-f$p!if iM n to.o-oe gtlBSCEXBERS - .tiBTISE ll This Paper, IT 1UL FIT. OOLOEKD FOFULATZO S0,OOO. Tfif miiC BE Eir-n Terms. $2.00 Per year. 5 cents per copj. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. NO. 38. )iv, rv sj tr v r&!1B!kgr ' .-i ' - HWB! " 1"'": - vVV Stan T r r Tin L HEILBRUN'S; Largest and. Uest Oeu f?riee A" -1 SHOE HOUSE 402 7tli St. W. W. SKK: ME OLD LADY IN "WINDOW. .-.,. new stock of $3.97. The Best LADIES and GENTS' Hand sewed Button Gaiters and Waukenphast. i 1 1ES FRENCH. DONGOL A BUTTON .""NT'S SEAMLESS CALF GAITERS and Fair STITCHED ' ' BOOTS. - . " rvrS& LADIES SOLID ""BUTTON, LACE arid CON ' GRESS GAITERS. HE WITHDRAWS FROM THE PRESI DENTIAL CONTEST. Hit CAN'T STAND ANOTHTR DEFEAT. SHERMAN WILL NOW BE THE NOMINEE. GREAT RE JOICING OVER THE LAND. Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 12 Mr. B. F. Jones, chairman of the National Republican Committee, has receiv ed a letter from Mr. Blaine declin ...

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. — 18 February 1888

Jjfff """'" ' ' "'"""" "" " "'"""'""" -"'- J ";,- II 11 a I f 1 -l 1 s?; Bf S5 f irv 5 ,r I ill ' The jflf BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I street north weKt, Washington, D. U. nttnd at the FcBtcfflce at Washington . r urccnd-elBfcE xrall mntier. an JAMES G. BLAINE. The letter of Mr. Blaine found in another column of this paper seemingly declining to allow bis name to be presented before the Kaiional Republican Convention, is what the politicians call a feeler. Let it be what it may, whether he means what his letter infers, or not, Mr. Blaine, if nom inated cannot be elected, and if the Republican party wants an other Waterloo then nominate James G. Blaine. If the Repub lican party cares anything for the colored- vote in this country some other man than Blaine should be nominated. The relation between the colored people of. this cjuntry and Mr. Blaine is as far apart as the Atlantic is from the Pacific aud any attempt to thrust the Maine Statesman on the colored vote will pro...

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. — 18 February 1888

V.- JT . rvvssf. ( "e-f- --- -v ;' . ."'S ." J ! 1 THE BJEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L. c. Moore, advertising Agent EAST WASHINGTON. r , iclier. 1322 B Street Northeast I" l" . .. mo "..A Clvnnl Krn11lPRt,. w JOVieit OtO " tin-v. w- WEST WASHINGTON: tv.iM.'wlB. 1417 28IU Jos i ' , , street. Bt. Captain ..U, It' tf.aa T.r- SOUTH WASHINGTON ; 11. s. Laws. 810 H Street. .. lor advertising furmsned on appU . ibiccUonable advertisements will not ho -.uwrt-dat any price. All remittances adc by draft, postal money order. fi'.ou ' "' m .,. roistered letter. Money rorwaruea .','01 her way, is at the sender's risk. In . x ry 'j u-' money the amount and what It Is for Bi ' l'u dibtincl.lv stated. eh . iitti-rs. etc., should be ad-dressed v CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. C pi hi i-HED EVERY SATURDAY AT 11,.-.. 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. 1). C. "' u 11KKU TIIeTjEE CAN BJ3 HAD, t., 1 Fowlers, 3 18 3rd street, s.e. J'rJ r.'.!k..l 5 , M Street, between 12th and Vi!'tiVt.'Sl. l' 11. HdUr, Druggist, corner 16th and...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 February 1888

' ' fc- - WWS".'-? !'."'. . - . - it tgMCiJqe"V "" "iSJTTTFSTOSSWlSffl $ 'P ilh" mm 'i fcFf S n.TTTMT Y TWCW fcJ UTJLEfeJU A JUJ, - V' t JWrRffiHTED1877 Blustmted by the nse of a Bngrr e by T. T ydock. Wch is noti only tiglAaOhjB ,Bugpy in this picture. buPFOE LEADING BUGGY OF A JI Eli tiCA . aa Hadocfs Sa?etv Kin Bolt and Fifth Wheel. Ask you denier for the T. T. HAYDOCR BCGGT, with the Haydock Safety King Bolt and Fnth .hee. Life is insecure rid'nj: over any other. (Thit plctwe -rill be faraisBrf on ltft CK. piloted In elegCJT rle, to anyone -who r.'l arrre to frame I-) .ENCLOSE STAMP.J 3?. T- SZi-"Z"IDC02r!7 C r 'SJSSmSVSu Cor. P1m aid Twelfth Sts.. CUCISSITI, o. AGEJTES WASTED WHfcfiE WE HAVE fJOSEI HO IHVEBTMEHT CO PLOFITAUI.E, W Gk IBIRIDLIErS", 3veaid.e2i. 7 BOLE JIAXCFACTUIlEIt, S 3. IC & C0!Srf Solid Cosbrt Bockteai'ds Biding qualities nnmroassod. No iar to tha able Shipments singly or by carload to all partB of the United States. Responsible Agent wanted in every town....

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. — 25 February 1888

"T '" s&j? '-. w - j j 10,00 SUBSCRIBERS TOE PINE IEGBO jT'MuTt Mil lip 'UWllUffinwiMIHii. .1.1.1 41 OOLOEEIV POPULATION 8090OO. 1 -'.. . . .. . jw.v ...; Terms. $2.00 Per year. .socentsKnucopy, WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1888. ww .'-. 1 ' '' 5T7Tl Nt. Sir1 y? gyfcy'uyygtts. . .. k r- 1 " ! . -.' ' V . . , ... . , . ... . ' - ' " ...... 1 . ' r. ' .-7 !xt VuL. VI. I. HRII.RRIIN'S, 402 7tli St. N. W. SKK: THE OLD LADY IN WINDOW. entire new stock of 63.97. The Best LADIES aud GENTS' Hand A sewed Button Gaiters and Waukenphast. ei -n T AP11-S FRENCH DONGOLA BUTTON FTS SEAMLESS CALF GAITEttS and Fair STITCHED BOOTS m UFNTS& LADIES SOLID ""' BUTTON, LACE aud CON SL.) ,-u j,. GRESS GAITERS. 0- rm - MISS KS & BO Y'S SOLID SHOES. - n Pt -CHILD'S SPRING HEEL, B UTTON SHOES. " GRUBBER BOOTS, ALL SIZES " p $ Pas'ors aJ Charitable Societies will receive a liberal discount. Tickets and Chronic 8 for all. ing to house Keepers. vOv Yi-u can buy Douse furnishing and Dry G...

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. — 25 February 1888

M tmmiOittmiiii tnjm w zmn Itt " V l5 T y The BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington. D. 0. nteitd a. the Postcfflce at "Washington v.". as second-claEB mail matter. - THE BEE CONTROVERSY. The trouble b tueen the editor of the Bee and Mr. Douglass is very largely condemned by the best men of the race. Men who arc able to do giedt and last ing good should not bring their personal difference to the public. The matter s6em purely personal and much useful time is thrown away that could be very protitibly used for, and in the interest 01 a needy race. The Bee is a good journal, and Mr. Douglass is unquestionably a good man. The Bee carries an add of his work which served to make him great. Let the Bee not loose her place by trying to rise on the ruins of others. Such will be hurtful to the Bee's success. The Bfe says Fred. Douglass of to-day is Frederick Douglass of the past; noth ing great about him, but posses charac teristics which are small. This state m...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 February 1888

t"Vs.0 " -nJ 'rrtff &: V-ict y N. rfH I3EE2 AUTHORIZED AGENTS. I,. C. Mooroj advertising Agent EAST WASHINGTON. ,ii,or. 1322 B Street Northeast Southeast. L. '! .,... -ns J. v. fOw' ' " 3rd Street. WEST "WASHINGTON: . . t,.w1s. H17 25ih Bt. Captain gS; 1700 o'JihI Street, SOUTH WASHINGTON : K.S.LaWS, 310 H Street. i....rtiKincr furnisned on appli ' objectionable advertlBeinents will not call?Lrtedat any price. All remittances W ,m be made by draft, postal money order, 1 r or rclbtercd letter. Money forwarded ist ,,,Avay, is at the sender's risk. In V L monev the amount and what it is for id be distinctly stated bhn bhould be ad-Ircssed AH letter. ew..i W, CALVIN CHASE, WashhiKton D. 0 pnUSHEU EVEUY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH.. D. C. 1109 "vvhERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD, P,f J W. Fowlers, 3 lb 3rd street, s.e. yrh.'lH.lk.-ty'B.M .street, between 12th and jlLlJeUer, Druggist, corner 16th and M ftreet,Nortinvest. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jlorthwost. SATURDAY Fe...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 February 1888

m m :i UK m .. ? illl TO ALL NEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, paying SO.75 in advancefor three months, we -will send 13 Books Free -any 1 section: for SI. 50 our paper sis months, and 2G Books Free any 2 sections; or, for 82.50 our paper and STANDARD UmBISA IN if virv9 One home Abt, or with any nnmboT, and receive one or, '. van can Tj sections now rftadv srni. at nn and k ui w, au &u iiiiiiiiK'i. iiiii i rEi rr iiiir 5? Hennmiauit Tr"urn lydroMBsuedstinetmie tne order is received, ine ikwkp an oyuie pest aumora Novolit Prt HitfTrian. and General "Writers, and insure you a L.ITERARY BANQUET OF CIIOICK yilf M.S lasting through the entire year. SECTION 3. SECTION 5, beginning; FEB. 4th, 1888. . - - . .. -,. . , . 45 iEsop's Fables. The work of an ancient peniUR. Children haTe read them fo: centurion, and grown peojile qnote them every day. 44 Anecdotes of Public Men. Washington. Franklin. Webster. Clay. Tilden. Lin coln, Scott, Grant. Garneld. Gladstone, Butler. Han-...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 March 1888

55 - Kji " - v-.r " g.- v! vSs t i- -v 7 " ,',$ .. . ..: - "i Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VL WASHINGTON-, D. 0, SATURDAY, MARCH 3 1888.; NO. . , JV J -j , . . . " w LIBERIA. Wdl AT IS SAID OF I r BY A NATIVE. flSHWWCTS FROM A PAPER READ BE VXm NHE 'PHILOMATH EAN BY JHR. T. Where there is a nice a part of wfonm is separaUd from the main (boiK ami oiijiual domicile, racial arelniions m-cessitate a special iu mu. h i he one into the welfare t(rilie other. "Dhe progress of the Negroes for itlhe ipait twenty-lour years, that .pant who are inhabitants of North Annerica is commendable; which solves the vixatious problem vihetluM, or not, the Negro is sus ceptib'eol inli iiial and intellect ual atUiDHJeuts."' We are come iiwivt'mv n iufoim you of a people mid con 1 1. v pei naps very little is know", of Libci ia we are speaking ; Iwr exigence demonstrates auother ;ioi(,inve question "whether or not, tl,e Xetfio is capable of silf-covern-uienl." Ju older to cover the ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 March 1888

""V v"" If J a S HF I .111 f it $8 M Bii Is .1 1 t 2 K es if m Ff IT j Ifil f JwC BEE' Published ever Saturday ai 11U9 1 street northwest, Washington, JL. C. nt.V! al lh Postofflce at Washington . as second-class maJJ waiter. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. The resolutions of Dr. J, It Fran .cis, submitted to the school Doai.d several weeks ago, wnich were -putjlished in the .Bee last week tibpufd be iiumed'a'ly consid ered and passed. Tbtse res lu 'lions will establish one industrial centre, as it is now industrial education in the olore.l schools is a failure. It wi uld be to the interest of the colored people to eill at the Franklin building and ask Superintendent Powell to show lliem the goods ihit have been made in the white ii dustrial schools We hope that D. Fran cis resolutions will pass and that toe people will do all in their power to persuade the Comrnis iioners to favorably adopt his recommendation. We are in favor of placing ail of our schools under the superintendence of Mr. Pow...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 March 1888

" " ' "v r 1'". '.it ' f ' "Lin.,, - t .--, I 1 r.m J THIS BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L. C. Moore, advertising JLgent EAST WASHINGTON. .. , wiMinher. 1322 B Street North east ,. Vowler. 318 3rd Street, Southeast. WEST WASHINGTON: TftEewli Lewis, 3417 28th tt. JeS, 1700 32ud Stieet, SOUTH WASHINGTON I U.S. Laws. 810 H Street. for advertising farnisned on appti iEbtunutcE -. , ..i...kin oriT-TTiMtiTriMntiiTr-m not ration. uujecuuuuujc he lnbeitedat any price. All remittances hould be made by draft, postal money order, 8 res6 or registered letter. Money forwarded a any other way. is at the sender's risk. In Binding money the amount and what it is for thwld be distinctly Btoted. All letters, etc., should be ad-dressed W, CALVIN CHASE, Washincton D. C (PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAT AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D. C. ""where the bee can be had, pnrf J. W. Fowlers, 3 18 8rd street, s.e. fli rH.' Polkety s, M Street, between 12th and ortUwest. j. H. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M jlreet, Nortn ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 March 1888

t- - ' - Jf " H - - vvr i Pk tl m PRT't !,-;;i. 1 f M I; i9 184 I tf . T ! f i mi iTO-AUNEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE r WASHINGTON BEE. paying S0.75 in adraneefor three months, we will our'paper 8jX months, and 2G Books Free any STANDARD WORKS IN Hi BW T - oate, or "with any number, and receive one new boon each wee K, for i a, zl or as weeks : "or, yon can lave sections now ready rent at once, and balance weekly. Unlesp otherwise ordered, all will J beain with the section being' issued at the time the order is received. t The books an by the best authors ZZ ." . ""V U1SI UlilUi, 1I1U UCllCJUl lliilCP, -wnuii-c 'itiou. larang uirougn me i entire year. SECTION 3. o45 -2Esop's Fables. The work of an ancient genius. Children have read them for trenk " centuries, and grown people quote them every day. 44 Anecdotes of Public Men. Washington. Franklin. "Webster. Clav. Tilden, Lin coln, Scott, Grant, Oarfield. Gladstone. Butler, Han cock. Lee, and all the leading men of the century. 43 Bt...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 March 1888

t -- - -- A.MiaJS" -f. ,.. H Terras. $2.00 JPer year In Advance. VOL. VI. WASHBJTQ-TON, D. .. 0, SATURDAT, MARCH10, 188. NO. 41 SI HHUr " ''l! S - dmkmm -. . - T Bfik,J tisssk-.JLaLLW- ,. .- - . . k. . WJIlP.. 9?kM. JMK. '" ZASKSba rwiffir n a . if siaBB sa v saW 9 fc r ss8sask-sW La P r iA r B sT sasw Br SB" sSBsV n sx bbBBbf VMiVHsr BB r r BBBBB" r r BBB flHsv - Sfas " ...'ipmi jink i " v , ;v y- f " i r - -.....:,;, i y , .; . . v z'''-' ' ' ' -.-iy.. .' .: . '' .. -: :t '';' - .: :.! V.!. . ..-..: I 5 cents per copy. " ' ' ' ' ' " J ' - - n .. -! : : ! ' - ! Ti-I1TWr-ram-nT-mmr mm mni..ii i OUB PUBLIC PRIKTEE.- BBBBB3ksK7!jhesBHBBBBJB1 bbMRbbbbbbvbYbwbBR SlpBBffiBlSlBBHBB vKBHflvtBESHbriHHBBVJPBHBHEdflBBB VI1Y HE IS I5EING INA-ESTIGATED. tl'rom the Budget.) A new paper lias been started in this city called fcbe Budget. It is a six column iblio, nicely printed and ably edited. In its is.sue of March 3, it has the following arti cle on our Public Printer, Hon. T. K. BeLedict. The ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 March 1888

- 1 , ?i i-i" aBaauatMBti . I m Tv . The BIE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, WaBhinutou, 1). C. nter,d at the Postofflce at Washingtoh (J. as second-clasB mall matter. KO LOCAL OPTION BILL. The Senate Committee on the District of Columbia takes lime to reflect on the local option proposition, it will certainly not recommend anything of the kiDd for Washington. Local option implies an e lrction, the saloons on one side, the tem perance people on the other, and most of the voters the lowest classes of negroes. A large majority of the whites who are domiciled in the District are not and will not be voters here. They retain the right to vote in the various localities whence they came. They value that right and would not surrender it for theprivelege of sa3fing "Yes" or "No" on the question of license or no license. What such a campaign would be any one who understands the situation can readily guess. It would be a carnival of all that is detestable in politics, if ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 March 1888

P '&" 'ar-wM jsSC'ij-ypy3' T. tf "T7 . C V THE BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L. C. Moore, advertising Agent EAST WASHINGTON. G. Fletcher. 1322 B Street W. Fowler, 318 3rd Street, WEST WASHINGTON: Northeast Southeast. Mill. 1 CO 82nd Pticet, SOUTH WASHINGTON I R. S. Laws. 310 H Street. 1 sMmates fur adverU&mg furnisnetl on appli p nun. Objectionable advertisements will not inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order, x press or registered letter. Money forwarded i. any other way, is at the sender's risk. In ndinK money the amount and what it is for rh ,ui he distinctly stated. U letters, etc,, Bhould be ad-dressed W, CALVIN CHASE. Washington D. C prBLTSHBDEVBKYSATURDAT AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D. C. """VHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof. J. W. Fowlors,318 3rd street, s. e. tf r.. Polkety' h. A1 street, between 12th and Noitbwost. J. H. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M f 1 reel, Noiin west. Philadelphia House. 318 Tenn sylvan la Ave. Northwes...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 March 1888

-V1 ' !--, "w; --". , - - -V - ,'K.- J- f ,s. vV- HaSKi if . i.- . TJ U4 m If I TO ALL NEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, paying S0.75 in advance for three months, we -will our paper Bix months, and 20 Books Free any STANDARD aid POPULAR UttDyr& EN ONE YEAR-4 SECTIONS. WW Jf i Pm. i e Hook ench week for 52 weeks mailed to your m m mr ill m.4 home address, postajre paid. You can commence at any date, or -with any number, and receive one now book each wees, for 1 3 21 or-52 weekH : nvyou can nave sections now ready pent at once, and balance weekly. DnlesB otherwise ordered, all will rin with the miction beinpiBeued nt the time the order is received. The books are by tbe best authors -Novelists, Ports, Historians, and General Writers, and insure you aElTEitARY BANQUET OF CHOICE THINGS lasting- through the entire year. SECTION 3. SECTION 5, betfnninff FEB. 4tfa 1888. 45 JEsop's Fables. The work of 71 The ComingRace, or New sn ancient genius. Children have read them for U...

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. — 17 March 1888

v I . wJ6-)ia3itJttjwi-,. - nu-' HJr i,i h -Apyfrgtfe -H3 I n'fr -HWIMfr u vnt MHwfail j n. -lj 'i'i aiifit-' i-fi-t-tr'1 jj'i''' - -vi . -!' ifni 1 f ? V--"' ?? it ; ijiat Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. -l&. : .i - -.: vu :-.: 5rcents per copy. ?- VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1888. SO. 42 &m4 'j&krp:: 'jjwwau irk Itp rw-fm? V ' ABOUT WOMEX. (From Woman) Tbc fortieth thousand of Mrs. Burnett's '-Little Lord Fauutleroy" has been printed. The Princess of Wales and her roval husband use silver-mounted glasses at the opera. Mis Nellie King, of Minneapolis, ibas been making a record as a de tective in that city. The new library and reading room ot Yale College is to t3 free for women on equal terms with men. a woman. Mrs. A. H. Hoiloway, il.nc hiMMl fflVeil l1 ,?"" Uxti ivia r' con- ti,t to clean tlie streets m duui.u, X. Y. Miss Mao B. Coleman is Re is ter oiDeeds for Clay comity, 111. one of the finst women to bold such a place. Clirisliiielsiloii has ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 March 1888

V" "-X t-1 BEE. ?H,edTirevy Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington. D. C. atervd at the PoBtofflce at Washington U as second-class mail matter. SEKATOK ItfGALLS. -- We learn that the Senator has always been a steadfast friend ot "athe .Segro, taking a leading part fin every measure for his interest even before he waB allowed a vota in Kansas. He advocated E"egro iufirage in that State before the adoption of the Pourteeuth , Amendment of the Constitution H has the confidence of the col ored men of Kansas, and particu larly so at Atchison, Lis home. We are informed that before he became a Penator he discriminated against no man on account of his color; and whenever he aud Mrs. Ingalls gave receptions they al- rrj luviiou vuiureu as well as white to participate. At his &rand reception given at the Otis 'Houie, Atchison, Kan,, after he wits vindicated by the Senate Committee, invited guests from all parts of the State were present and among them were several colored men. We...

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 March 1888

1 N, wj mm i wFEJaaaBH s $sB TBTHJ BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L c. Moore, advertising Agent i: VST WASHINGTON. F.etciier. 1322 B Street Worth east . fowier, ' ..-. WEST "WASHINGTON: ...i.v.h, 1417U81U st. Captain Wm, 30K1" ,. ...1 Rtrfifit- seal.1'" """ M)UTH WASHINGTON : li. s. Laws. old 1 Street. mates. Mr advertising furmsned on appU fesiini i iiyectionable a.Yruemen -Swill not k.on r.itdat any price. All remittances UlbM made by draft, postal money order, -.n .: in. t in i-"" i ll ..-.. Cniinrnm...l.J r" " .. . . leaf Dm corrlV'c Heir fn 1 .. l, orirnrit. onH -Vit. it. 1o frr- , iwxiiktinctlv stated. il, ' uuorb. etc., should be ad-dressed AY, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. 0 TIiUHED EVE11Y SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH., JL. U. ""vnFRE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. pP,f J. W . Fowlers, SIS 3rd street, s.e. air, l'olkety'b, M Street, between ui ana ortbwest. j. H. Heller, Druggist, corner 16th and M liret't, Nortnwebt. Philadelphia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. s'orthwebl. SATURDAY, March 1...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 March 1888

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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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