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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 April 1888

W3 V. BT-" ll '' " Tyi) "W"1 'jST TfyefT aj r "-) r -3SS1- " 3I.J Terms. $2.00 Per year in Idyance. Bl 5 cents per copy. VOL. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 28. 1888. NO. 48 V "'; ivnT'r.ft'crM-r AMUSEMENTS MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC RECITAL TO THE JUNIOE BXCSLSIORS WILL TAKE PLACE FRID4Y BTEWIKG, MAY 18, 1888, AT TOE METBOPOI.IT4N OIlURi EI, M bet. 15lEt and 16(h sis., n. w. THE FOLLOWING ABTISTS WILL APPEAR: MitVune Maria Selika, Mr. Sampson Williams, Miss Ednora '.Vir Mesdauies Agnes Smallwood and Stewart Ball, ' Orpheus and Amateur Glee Double Quartette. MARIS1AL ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS. AV. A. Stewart, Mang. mi m CTS. RESERVED SE1TS 50 GTS- a Grand Concert By Tiie PlfOBL SCHOOL dramatic, MCilita-ry, Musical and LITERARY EXEKCISES. FRIDAY HISKT M&Y Utb, VS88. At METROPOLITAN A. M. E. CHURCH, M bet. 15 & 16 ets , n. w. The Concert will consist of a LtflLI CAR Y DRILL by a select orps of liio-h School boys. The performance by 25 pupils of the Comic Tr:,n of PICKWICK'S TRIAL. T...

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 April 1888

""-" ,J" " .-Y I"1J ' -?5 - vsnpi" a-j-.o 4 fc " " " 'The BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 1 street northwest, Washington, D. C. nter-d at the Postoffice at Washington tl. as second-class mall mitter. .COLLECTOR COOK REMOV ED. The removal of Mr. John T?. Cook as collector of taxes for the District of Columbia, was no surprise to the Bee, as it has been expected for some time. That Mr. Cook was a good and honesi man, no one will deny; that he was dismissed will be regretted, but had he been asked to resign ten years ago, no one would have excepted; that he has always beei siuce he held the office, personally and individually for Cook entirely isolated from the people, selfish, cold and uucongenial. 'lhv maBseB of the people do not rcgrei the retirement of this life officei but feel a little chagrinned thai he should be dismissed and no allowed to resign, while sonic others think that he should have had sense enough to resign before he was dismissed, knowing that he had no c'aim ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 April 1888

Uf. Jf - "i: ' -f 1 . -" I . -w. 1 wvw.. - 'i3S)fcH3tfVj af-irv, ' v5 y w-o- t'f2?t-4ys' -l' J" tw-jf arrrirrM,BnwygT8"yiaFTiriiirtga rtvjth-sn" 0fcQL JWfrSiiiiSrriiartCToi ss TlT3 DBB"EC A L i'Ji OlU Z ED AGENTS. Moore, advertising LA- agent. KAS.T WASHINGTON. ,- . .r 1822 B Street, Northeast ' '" . ... oio wi Rt.rpnl. ftouiheusL W i uwicr, OlO " V . -ww - .,.., U...1 .... I ULsT WASHINGTON! T v v. H17 2S1jU st. Captain Wm, ...uii rsireet, UlTH WASHINGTON i K.rs. I.ws. 310 H Street. (.' ,,Kll r-d vert isi iH furmsriea on appli ....t um bio adverii"jmeuis will not . , Bt any prioe. All remittances , .'U. by draft, postal money order, . ,, stored letter. Money forwarded . fway, U at the sender's risk. In ... ,.j tlio amount and what it is for wtuictlv Ktata. ..iw. i-tc. should be ad-irebsed V lALVJN OHASE. Washington D. O i l-iiKD KVEUT SATURDAY AT ... j -r.. X.W.. WASH.. D. c. v- I K- m fcU Pi rilKKKECAN BE HAD. I-iwkif6,31fc 3rd street, s. e. v b, M JUitf between 12th and Wii w -:....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 April 1888

l TO ALL HEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, pcying 80.75 in advance for three months, we will Bend 13 Books Free-any I section: for 81.50 . oar paper six months, and 23 Books Free any 2 sections ; or. for S2.50 oar paper and STANDARD WORKS IN One home date, or -with anv number, and -receive or, you can have sections now ready sent at once, and balance weekly.UnlesH otherwise ordered, all will boirfn with the section belnp issued at the time xhe order is received. The books are bytbe best authors Novelists, Poets, Historians, and General Writers, and insure you a JLITE&AB.X BANQUET OF CHOICE THINGS lasting through the entire year. . SECTION 3. SECTION 5, befftxralns FEB. 4th, 1888. 45 -EEsop's Fables. The work of an ancient genius. Children have read them for centuries, and grown people quote them every day. 44 Anecdotes of Public Men. Washington, Franklin, Webster, Clay, Tilden, Lin coin, Scott, Grant, Garfield, Gladstone. Butler, Han cock, Lee, and all the "leading ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 May 1888

' '"Wyro ?XF"W ""( " - -wjnwjaiyi 'giyy'cysiwr-' "wr. Tik u"."w,?tr" ' FfSr!?!?! ra A aiA f s-Xfii - T m i rj . , H :" A. --V.', fc- vf".V '.AWWgi:.arfii-jiw Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. WL. VI. YVASHIKGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 5. 1888. NO. 46 r jlrJ&yz' aaaH Hb. Jr .aaftaam. .aaaaV. aHt vk Mr aaasfam. aasBaaV AMUSEMENTS. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC RECITAL TO THE JUNIOR BXCEXiSXORS WILL TAKE PLACE (PHI DAY EYEXIXG, MAY 18, 1888, AT THE MErUOPOUTiW CfiiUEt IB, 91 be. 15lh and 16tli sis., n. w. THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS WILL APPEAB: Miss Ednora Stewart Ball; Orpheus and Amateur Glee. Double Quartette. MARIS I AL ORCBESTRAL SELECTIONS. AY. A. Stewart, Man jr. H5, HLStUtU bUlb 00 tfo aiwlame Maria Selika, Mr. Sampson Williams, t , ... in,(Uiints Asnes Sinallwood and 'il!ll' xi ." - . , . i mms X Grand Concert By The HIGH SCHOOL iDra.imi.tio, Military, Masiea! and LITERARY EXEKOISES FRIDAY NIGHT MAY iitii, K88. At METROPOLITAN A. M E OliURCU, .VI bet. 15 & 16 Ms , n....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 May 1888

M: m ws : ftp J. in IRQ ms BEE. . .v"iZ i ft. Jg&h. u&M & ! Published everv Saturday at 11093 streets v rtliwest, Washington, D. C. V" "Wl ntervd at the PoetofQce at Washington, i.'. as second-class mail matter. AFRICA, .qoD raq 21033 ft SHERMAN LARGELY THE ATJ SS? P 0UR WHOLE imiClkL SYSTEM, WttUH-ISURED OUR 1 U; REBELLION d !5 i , rcjf 5i feb "instead -qfehat the volume o paper currency dutstandiug is stilx 7iA no one o.i ; ; .- . . and provision is inade by exis ting law for increasing the curren cy by the issue of national bank notes whenever tie, business'will) justify and deaaUmiHse. ctrs.i J" JSaSLSJiflSJ money-was sorrowed on Govern- - Asm ember or chairman of the Finance Committee of the Senate Mr. Sherman was mainly the au thor of the acts of Congress which, by custom duties and internal tax es, brought in large revenues; the acts autuoriziug greenbacks, which ... T?nv BovArol itpoVc wp Wo ucl.feu LU innvmvus our resour 0 .UiC,. , . r . mpiiBDea ryn e JifflpQie...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 May 1888

K'rrs"B i5E3E jt, zvAtwanstii!(aeiyss3aesBraiiB9txcnzi AUTHORIZED A6ESX&. t r Moore, -advertising agent. EAST WASHINGTON. L ,. rtcher. 1322 B Street jNormeabi, 318 3rd Street. Soulheast. .1 XU i'.WIUl, WEST AVASHIXGTOX: . JN'Sj:i.32ud Street. 1417 2SLU St. uapw "" SOUTH WASHIXGTOX; K.S. Laws, -Ub nawecu !lTl. fr advertising furuisneqon appli I.v .11): )bjeetionable adyenibemen u. v muui ..,-j.Hlat any price. Ail reimtuuuu -,c- made bv draft, postal money order. " "..,- n-lstered letter. Money forwarded ;.;; ;.ri,erW. isaMtae sender's risk e .' money the amount nud what it is for '. letters, etc., should be ad-dressed W, CALVIN CHASE. Washington D. C ;Ti;l isHED EVBKT SATURDAY AT u,ialST..X.W.. WASH.. D. C. v HfiRE T HE BEE CAN BE HAD, Vr . i V Fowlers, 3 18 3rd street, s.e. v. ,".' iV.lkety 's. M Street between 12th and Nurthwest. .,.' H. Heller. nrusstot, corner 16th andW ' l-'t, ." .. w PhilRdulpliia House, iR Pennsylvania Ave. Sort invest. 8ATU1WAT, "May locals. 18S8 XJf It i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 May 1888

Rf- TO ALL NSW AMD OLD SUBSCRIBES TO THi WASHINGTON BEE, paying- S0.73 in advance for three months, we -will Bend 13 Books Free-any 1 section; forSl.50 our paper six months, and 20 Books Free any 2 sections; or. for S2.50 our paper and gna g STANDARD m WORKS date, or -with any number, and receive one new book each week, lor l a, Uo or ox weeks ; or, rcu can have sections now ready sent at once, and balance weekly. Unless otherwise ordered, all will betrm with tbe Eection beine issued at the time the order iH received. The books are by the best authors Novelists, Ports. Historians aud General Writers, and insure you a MTERARY BANQUET OF a-iiuitJli TIiI"l'!S lasting tnrouirti tbe entire year. SECTION 3. 45 JEsop's Fables. The work of an ancient genius. Children have read them for centuries, and grown people quote them every day. && Ano.p.flntes nf"PnTHrf TTati. WashiuRton. Franklin. Webster. Clay, Tilden, Lin- coin, cou, urant, uarnem, uiaastone. witier, mn cock. Lee. and all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 May 1888

X ( r a.i. -KS5!t l -jCaifeW .-V""a . 3r ' jiSflCT . A j-C ". 3 1 !Vi - v H'j.jil Terms. $2.00 Per year in Atance. - copy. VOL- VI. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATU&DAY, MAY 12, 1888. NO."47' CjL . Jm jk fc, .-:-'-- Jfgft -a, -. am M& a .ssnl sr aw -.-.. . flH- ' -t """ - 4'L bbt r - ' w IP l II M S 1 1 I II II I 1 1 I TJ aa saBS- v V9 V T p W p w er SF -Y - -; V ' ' s I &9& ' " "V" x jsI 'i '-- . . .1 '- : AMUSEMENTS. MUSICA , AND RJEOIT-AJL. JUNIOR EXCELSIORS WILL TAKE PLACE rKIBUY EVEXIIM2, MAY 18, 1888, AT THE METROPOLITAN CIU'R1 M bet 15Wl andl6li sts., n. w. THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS WILL APPEAR : Madame Maria Selika, Mr. Sampson Williams, Miss Ednora vilnr Mesdaiues Agnes Smallwood and Stewart Ball, ' Orpheus and Amateur Glee Double Quartette. MARIN 1AL ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS. Y. A. Stewart, Man g. roMrjmnvE WTERAB AXD MUSIC At . ENTERTAINMENT Vjitlcr The Auspcea Of The ISRAEL 0. M. E. fir 'lie Sunday School of the frail ( M. E., Church, will give a rrmd Literary and Musica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 May 1888

m 1 ',' " ' iuiiijJ !-"t "" J 'i Hi Hi i"l P BEE. Published everv Saturday at 1109 1 street northwest, Washington, I). C. ntervd at the Postofflee at Washlngto n as second-class mail matter. THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK. Every ind cation points to a republican victory in 89, but if any mistake- are made it will be at the republican nominating convention which will convene in the city of Chicago, June 19th. It has been intimattd that Mr. Blaine is the only man who can win. Never was our political prophets so mistaken as they are in this. V7hile we admit that Mr. Blaine is strong in this country, the ft-eling Against him by the stalwart elements in the republican party make it impossible to elect him. There is no possibility of Mr. Blaine uniting the disafection in the party. Notwithstanding there is a desire on the part of his Iriends to place him in nomina tion and nominate him if possible, certain republicans who have opposed Mr. Blaine, know that they can hope for nothing at the hands of...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 May 1888

XBCEi J3E0EH AUTHORIZED AGENTS. )L. C. Moore, advertising agent. EAST WASHINGTON. ,. (Q Fletcher. 1322 B Street Northeast i" W. Fowler, 31S 3rd Street, Southeast. WEST WASHINGTON: no-aph Lewls' J417,28111 Bt Captain Wm, 1,1700 32nd Street, SOUTH WASHINGTON i K. S. Laws. 310 H Street. quinsies for adveitiMug furmsned on appli -.oo obJectlowableadvertlBemenlswiUnot S inserted at any price. All remittances tkould be miule by dmft. postal money order. lehsorregiBteredletter. Money forwarded ;Siy other way, is at the sender's risk In ewdlnB money the amount and what it is for rt-Sud be ad-iressed w, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. C TOWJ1SHED EV15UT"SATbRDAY AT n.lODHST..N-W.. WASH.. D. C. IfiTUETSBOAif BE HAD. iProf J W. Kowiers.318 3rd street, s. e. U.Volkety'N M Street, between 12th and Northwest, j. ill.iliellur. Druggist, corner 16th and M lreet,Nortnw'Ht. ipiilladelpUia House, JHS Pennsylvania Ave. .Northwest. IS'ATOTW) AT Mayl2th, 1888 Two funiislifd looms at 112-4 19h St., m. w. Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 12 May 1888

TMWw -J, -s-T-W' -r ! ta ' i.m r.TQ ALL NEW AHD OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, ipnrhi$Oi . In advance for Ihr months, wewttl send 13 Books "Frpe-anyl section: for 81.50 our paper . - onttia, and -BG -Books Free any 2 sections; or. fox.S2.oD QUr .paper and - " . WB W " STANDARD aid POPULAR UfASI5 IN ONE YEAR-4 SECTIONS. lB 1, If m. M 1 V 3 Obc Beak encfa xreek for 52 weeks, mailed to your , ,mW MB mMF home address, .postage paid. You can commence at any iaw, or wun any nnnioer, ana receive one neW'UooK eacu wees, lor 1 3, sl or a weeks : ar.jrou can have sections now ready Kent at once, and lalance weekly. Unless othenvipe ordered, all trill txsrtn with the section Ixjinp issued at the time the order is received. The books are by tue best authors tSSHSES' Poftte- Historians and General Writers, and insure you a LITERARY BANQUET OF CHOICE THINGS lasting through the entire year. . SECTION 3. SECTION 5, befflnnlns FB. 4tb, 1888. 45 -Slsop's Fables. The work of an ancient irenius...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 May 1888

w - 4 - uvlw '.t !.;f llV'V II' Si , Terms. $2.00 Per year in Atonce. - ? 5 cents per copy. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. NO. 48 aaaa US sam bbbV f bbbI r -mSa? KftfUc - rB af IbB laV x sH f , m. ' MMmr B aw BBB BBbT Baa ScWserTa BBI V AMUSEMENTS. , MUMMY LIFE - - 25 cts. 15 " Annual Picnic OF THE BARBERS UNION "Will Be Given K11B1I1. IU0TH, 1888. -AT- Vanness -Park. Music will be furnished by Prof Eibner's oicheatra. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS: Louis Landric. J. H. Shepherd, Win. H. Gregory, G. W. Brown, i S. Andersou,.!. H. Saunders j'as K. Owens, Cbas. Boahman, C. A. Evans, and Logan " illiaps, ploor managers: J. T. Simms. J- A. Gibson, Gates open M 12 to. and close at 12 P. Af. TicketHoi' Admission, Children MAY 28, '8& Souvenir May Fis'ival Ladies Testimonial Flag COMMITTEE -WILL GIVE A Musical and l.iter.ny ENTERTAINMENT At the CADETS ARMORY 7th ami 0 Sr.,, n. v on MON DAY EVENING, MAY 28th 1888. rlhe fullowu g well known laletit has kindly c insented ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 May 1888

F'iSSflP fw a K SG Ike vjKf BEE. Published everv Saturday 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. rti.l vt. t,-n PutitUV Vniluj ton """' --.-. ,, ., I S3,,."1 l-Cll-M Til" 'ui'..-Ji. OUR NEW JUDGE. No one regrets the retirement of Hon. fm. B. Snell, judge ot the Police Com t, more than the Editor of the Bee and the people of 'Washington. The judge hae worn the judicial mantel with honor to himself and the position which he has so long acceptably filled as judge of the Police Court. He has never been persuaded by prejudice against any cluss of cit izens who have been brought Defore him, be they high or low, rich or poor, he has executed the laws with fairneBa and impartiality. So man is more acquainted with that class of unfortunate criminals, whose circumstances make them commit crime, than judge Snell, But since another of equal fairness mi judicial kuowledge has been appoiuted to succeed him, the colored criminals who are largely in the majority, need not have any cause "to fea...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 May 1888

22 Tune ueei AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L, c. Moore, advertising agent. EAST WASHINGTON. 1822 B Street 318 3rd Street, Northeast Southeast. I, y. r'v..v.. j, . Fowler, WEST WASHINGTON: loMPH LewlB, 1417 2Sth st. Captain Wm, eS. i"w 32nd Street' SOUTH WASHINGTON : K.S.Laws. 310 H Street. v-HinateB for advertising furuisned on appli anon Objectionable advertisements will not Te lerted at any price. All remittances 611 Lbsorregibtered letter. Money forwarded VlKO ,. camlpr'R risk. In 5Uld be made oy anuv. ,-- .-"-"' s n au other way. is at the sender's risk. In .u n..rtrmT. nnri what it is for sending monej i"' -" w CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. C PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. 1). C. "" vv'tlERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof T W. Fowlers, 3 18 Srd street, s.e. ai !.' Polkely's, M Street, between 12th and teller, Druggist, corner 16th'and M elreet,Nortnwe8t. Philadelphia Uouse. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest. BATUllDAT.Jlay, 19th, 188 Two furnished looms at 1124 19h StslW May ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 May 1888

m A m "'"" '-' ' ' gggggg7 a m . 1 -4 V, -H iA Ki 141 r.i; w if :rt ! Ill m Em m ...t TO ALL NEW AND OLD WASHINGTON BEE .paying SO. our iaer sn advance for three months, we will send 13 Books Free -any I section; for SI. 50 Jinnths. and 2ii Book Free any 2 sections; or. for S2.50 our paper and STANDARD m POPULAR Ull fIDIf Q EN ONE YEAR-4 SECTIONS. MW 1L Jr Ffc Wk fc One Book each week for 52 weeks, mailed to your w L mw home address, postage paid. You can commence at any date, or 'With an V niimhw nnfl twrtivfi rmo nnwr Vi-mfc pnh uwt fnr 1 H. 2fl frr .12 wAfikx I or. '.yon can have sections now ready sent at once, and IXJ biu wiui me necnon nem? ibsumi at tne tune tne Novelist. Poetfi. Historians, and General Writers, CJJ0IC1 THINGS lasting1 thromrh the entire year. , SECTION 3. 45 .SSsop'S Falleg. The work of an ancient tfenius. Children havo read tbem for centuries, and grown jeojle quote them everyday. 44 Anecdotes ofPiiblie Men. Washiniton. Franklin. Webster. Clay, Tilden, Lin ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 May 1888

CMCV- C' rsmBumv -?as t 2rtJ? fiW' r -??- Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. VOL. VI. AMUSEMENTS. Annual Pieiiie OF THE BABBERS IMOfl Will Be Given KlIESUTs AT- Music will be furnished by prof. Kilmer's orchestra. ( oMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS: Louis Lsindric. J, IT. Shepherd, Win. II. Gregory, G. V. Brown, K S. Anderson, J. H. Saunders, Jas K. Owens, Clias. linaliman, C. A. Evans, and Logan Williams, FLOOR managers: J. T. Siinms. J. A. Gibson, Gates opeu i J- - au" ciose at 12 P. M. 'i'cA-ef so' Admission, - - 25 cts. Vhihhvn - - - 15 " MAY 28788. Souwinr May Fis'ival Ladies TesSiinoiiial Flag COMMITTED -WILL GIYE A .Tlusicjtl anl ILiieritry ENTERTAINMENT At the CADETS ARMORY 7th ami O Sts., n. u, on MON DAY EVEXJKG, MAY 28ih 18s. 'J ho i'ullown g well known talent Ins kindly consented to assist: Meedomes Smalhvood. S. Waring, Misses Joy, Bowen, Jor dan, Davis, Ali-ssrs. Layton, Hall, Upshaw, Davie, Tucker and Arnold. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS: Mrs. Laura Ilawkesworlh, presi dent; Miss...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 May 1888

5" t LitP Pi i rl rH t . , U m m in W i v r-a to s THE "BLACK DISTRICT" ELECTION The New York Tribune is vigorously demanding action on the Smalls Elliot contest for a S'at In the House of Rep resentatives from the "Black District" of tills State, and in support of itp claim that the declared result of the election should not pe allowed to Hlaud, quotes an Arctole-published in the GREENVILLE NEWS just after election, two years ago. In that article we expressed the belief that the election was unfair, that Smalls was entitled to the scat and that the democrats of this State and the United States should relieve themselves of re ponsi jility for the conduct of the elec tion, The News and Courier, of Charles ton, in reply to the Tribune, alludes to its uqueer heedlessness" and says this newspaper 4ih-iS had time to learu that it spoke in ignorance of the facts. So much of cur Charleston contem pory's statement is true. We have had ample time to learn that we "spoke in ignorance of the f...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 May 1888

'i rfH"G 15EE5 L.C At riJoUIZED AGENTS. advertising agent. !. . Northeast Street. Southeast. Moore, J A-T WASHINGTON. i:i22 H Street i - .. . i 318 3rd hT "WASHINGTON: , , 1417 2$th bt. Captain Wm, .mi Street, s..iT1I"VASU1SGT0K: Laws, oio i lt:,-u K. Lt- - lr fr J ,. 1 i :nlvt'jtlHii lliriliwieuuu uff , o unmble ail veri laments will not -hi any price. All remittances lr i.v draft, postal money order, ,,. ..su-mUetifr. Money forwarded , , xv ha , is at the Bender'B risk. In , the amount and what It Is for . siinetlv stated. etc., snoum n. be ad-lressed PCIH 11- W fALVIN CHASE. Washlntston D. C M1EI KVIBHV SATURDAY AT '. 1 s'I. X, W- WASH.. D. C. THS'iSJi CAN BE HAD. Fowlers, SI 3rd btreet, s. e. M street, between ivm ana evening at 8 o'clock, and on next Tuesday evening tbe pastors of the Baptist cburches of tbe District of Columbia have been invited to meet in tbe rooms of tbe Baptist Sunday School Union, 490 La., ave. n. w., lo aid in making permanent ar rangements for tbe future...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 May 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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