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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 July 1888

if vi. -i, i Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. (i),. VII. WASHINGTON, B. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1888. NO. 6 iB'BltiE3SEi-r tf W li" flu AMUSEMENTS. GENL. HARRISON row i nu e 1 1 A GRAND i nun Will be given by the JUJSY GLEANERS' CLUB, iFor the benefit of Plymouth Con rre.rjitioual church, opening hm M 1. GLDSIiG FBI- JULY 13 1- AT JACTESOH'S FAK V. sitie 17 bet. O & Pste. w. Ill enqi-ifflK Hill IllWltiftll Li"'", wlli S5"l .lelisiaful occa SS w'SkflH-a will. l-".il" fees, and t.ii.i. onmiuci'. wi --- - , . "J.-- SPEAKS TO COLORED MEN. PATRIOT ISM OF THE BLACK ALLIES WHAT HE THINKS OF THEM. .. . ..i.i nil i niiir iii;ii, u;..-l.-.,,T.v,,nS spent with i'., -il ! loolx'd took upon asiitrip f'll"L! . . .1 casil-- iMwitiful, from i '" ' , i:...,o .,.,,! iw. JIIIKllllO iA.UU nu- .1... Im.mfV ()l SIHH ,.,anii3 of rxqiiWte music and the dainty ivrcsliuK-pN Tl- park will be open all day July 4t!i for children. Admission - M 10 Cte. Gats op.Mi from G p. m., to 12 Musical ...

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. — 7 July 1888

IMBMlMMBHMMaiJaaWMaMMMMHB K WJ i Et ft Hk' . BEE. r; f3 .'' m's 1 t. u jj. Published everv -aturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. ntert-d at the Postofflce at Washing n 3, . as second-class mail matter. BLAINE AND BLAiNISM. la '84 Blaiue passed through one of the most ragged seiges of presidential seekiugs known to America. Fearful of his constit uency and of his managers he threw the full force of his person ality and seducing magnetism into that campaign. Meu "whose shoe latches he was unworthy to unloos en7' fought vigorously for him. The whole party of the Republican faction fought for the ticket, Oonkling excepted. The fight however was for honest John Logan, the faultless hero and the fearless statesman. Logan is now dead. He would have been the nominee for ;8S. Blaine refus ed to contest with the leaders. He refused to take his stand with them on his own merits. He sulk ed in his tent. He played baby. Because others who had an equal right in the struggle aud w...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 July 1888

tI-,.J -v. Uo ' jiw-vv w THIS SEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. . EAST WASHINGTON. w. Fowler, 318 3rd Street, Southeast. II T " - timntcB for advertising famisned on appll i n Objectionable adYertlBemeut will not inserted at any price. All remittances Inid be made by draft, postal money order, '" Borreglsteredletter. Money forwarded Jar other way. is at the sender's risk. In n ndlng money the amonnt and what It 1b for Vv. "" be i 0 AY, CALVIN CHASE, WaBhlnuton D. C JSlTsHED EVEltT SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. 1). C. ""nvherk the bee'can BE HAD. Prof J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd Btreet, s.e. Hi. 'polbely'B, M Street, between 12th and -orthweBU j H. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M itreet, Sortuweat. Philadelphia bouse. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jJorthwetst. BATURUATfr, 7tb, 18E8 lLocals. Don't forget the Berean church excursiou. The Cadets carried from 13 to 14 coacfres on their first trip to Har per's Ferry, July 4th. Major J. M. Blood of this city, will speak to the colored people oo prohib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 July 1888

"t1' Is V wmummssmesmmummsam iiiirrjaa sgfe W m m TO ALL IMEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, paying SO. hi advance for throe months, we Mill Bend 13 Books Free-any 1 section; forS1.50 our paper , . tficnths, and 2G Hook Free any 2 sections; or, for S2.50 our roper and TANDARO si POPULAR MfOK& IN ONE YEAR-4 SECTIONS. WW m- k. V nc Bonk each week for 52 weeks, mailed to your , "Lm m m home address, postatre paid. You can commence at any .. -u " wr -wiui any unmoor, ana receive one new dook eacn wwk. xor I is, 2i or i weelcs ; or, you tan have sections now ready sent at once, and balance weekly. Unless otherwise ordered, all will uotrm vrui the section ixjinjr issued at the time the order is received. The lookR an by the best authors ThmTIV?? JCft-,Hlsorians a1lrt General Writers, and insure you a LITERAItY BANQUET OF CIIUIL Ji TIiIJMSJs lasting1 through the entire year. SECTION 3. 45 JEsop'S Pables. Thevorkof an ancient peniuB. Children have read them for centuries, an...

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

j ' "if: ,, " W..-V. i- - - :-$, i .. Terms. $2.00 Per year in AdYance. v 5 cents per copy. MM VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY" 14 1888; Li NO. 7 -' T-iivsrtJ-s. !22?'' AMUSEMENTS. C8XMHG BEACH! -An Jall- lay EJxc"u.rsioiL ! To the above pleasant resort Will be riven by the Bureau Bipr, Sunday School on WEDNESDAY JULY 25th. Colliugwood Beach is delightful ly situated on the Potomac oppo site Kiver View, and is provided with a splenid Pavillion, a Gravity Kailroad, Flying Horses, bwings, Boats, Bath Houses, etc. Kefreshments will be sold at mod erate prices. The beautiful "PILOT BOY" has been chartered for the occa sion, ami will leave from 7rh St. wharf jit 9 a. in., & at ( p. m. Hemming at 11 o'clock p. m. ADULTS 50 C. Children under X 25 Cents, Excellent Music has been secured for the day. Musical engagements accepted lor PICNICS, CONCERTS and pleasures of all kind. Call on or address T. L FURBY 111314TI1ST. SPECIAL NOTICES. St. Paul A. M. E. church Sth bet. 1). an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 July 1888

u 'i.. mm m 8 iff - -C Uj Tlie x BEE. - -icr.w ."-"V.' PubliBheti every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. "Entered at the Post Office at Washington, JD. C, as Second Class mail matter. THE GUMPTIOUS ASSIS TANT DISTRICT AT ' TORNEY, LIPSCOMB'S METHODS AND MEANNESS. Joseph M. Chase was convicted, manslaughter was the charge. Prof. Faui was the unfortunate victim of the accident. Lipscombs prosecuted the case and convicted the defendant. He mercilessly struck down with peremptory challenges every colored face sum moned for jurors. This 'foul in troduction of the color line into cases in which justice should reign supreme demands the sever est protests of right thinking people. Lipscomb is saturated with prejudice from head to foot. His father was an overseer and "nigger driver." A man is not to blame for his father's wrongs only so far as he adopts those wrongs. Lipscomb said he would not refer to the prejudice of the cottonfield. This was sheer cun ning. He had ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 July 1888

"ry.v, rr "-" r -, -nf. -'j,,-, "T TKE15 BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. Southeast. W. FenxnaieB for advertising f urnisnea on appll Objectionable advertisements will not C8t juBcrted at any price. All remittances be ld be made by draft, postal money order, 6 gB or registered letter. Money forwarded f uv otlier way, Is at tbe sender's risk. In ndlng rooney.the amount and what it iB for gtlOlllU m-" " "... Hhouid . . t. .1lettltnt.1V KtilLRO., be ad-dressed Ait JUtlJ Vwff to W, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. 0 PCBUSHBID EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 I ST.. N. W WASH. D. C. '" WHERE THE iBEE CAN BE HAD. prof. J. W, Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. v re. l'olkety' s, M Street, between 12th and 1 Northwest. 1 H. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M jireet, Sortmvest. Philadelphia Uouse, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. .Surthwest. SATURDAY, July, 14ih, 18E8 luocals. Read the advertisement of the Junior Excelsior on the first page. Full purticuluis win appear iH-xc week. The Gard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 July 1888

ttTirzFg-r&F&G&r mUktT-. HMpBBrvTCTI J'jfo3wffyy.B)pWKSCTlBjy "?1, ' I' K H TO ALL NEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, paying SO. our paper in advance for three months, we -will Bend 13 Books Free-any 1 section: forS1.50 Months, and J0 Books Free-any 2 sections; or, for S2.50xur paper and STANDARD ah POPULAR WORKS IN One i.i jii T """ UUU-. VII Ull II TIIIV TIITTTinnT Vlin WWW11Y.a ?.7.ZrIl,vw. ave J?041?11? no,w ready sent at once, and luilance weekly. Unless otherwise ordered, all will vwrH1 1 n ""Jbelntf issued at the time the order in received. The Ixwks are by the best authors ?rrn?nSfnt5Jl3iKt,ori5n!, aild General Writers, and insure you a LITERARY BANQUET OF isilUICk TillNGfe lasting- throuKh the entire year. -y SECTION 3. 45 AESOP'S PableS. The work of an ancient fronius. Chhdren have rad them for centunea, and grown people quote them everyday. 44 Anecdotes of Public Men. Washington. Franklin. Webster, Clay, Tildon, Un coin, Scott, Grant, Garfield, Gla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 July 1888

iHHMbHbBbHbHbBBbHbMMMbBHb it " A, tfr 1 ' ,1 Terms. $2,00 Per, year in AdYance. 5 cents per copy. ? VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. f C, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1888. NO. 8 , ' ' ' ' .! I. - - , - - S t " fj AMUSEMENTS. COLWHGWOOB - BEACH! -An Jjall lay Excursion ! To the above pleasant resort Will bo given by the Berean Bapt, Sunday School on WEDNESDAY JULY' 25th. Colli ng wood Beach is delightful ly situated on the Potomac oppo site River View, and is provided with a splenid Pavillion, a Gravity Kailroad, Flying Horses, bwiugs, Boats, Bath Houses, etc. Refreshments will be sold at mod erate price. The beautiful "PILOT BOY' has been chartered lor the occa sion, and will leave from 7th St. wharf at 0 a. in., & at G p. m. Returning at 11 o'clock p. m. ADULTS 50 C. Excellent Music has been secured for the day. Musical engagements accepted for PICNICS, CONCERTS, and pleasures of all kind. Call on or address T. L FURBY 111314THST. SPECIAL NOTICES. St. Paul A. M. E. church 8th bet. 1). and E. st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 July 1888

!i i 8 a m 1 f TSk " it ' i 4m m w T 'ft 7" . n K 4j m IB A Tke "PabliBlied every Saturday at 1109 northwest, Washington; D.-C. - I street Entered at the Post Offlce at Washington, D.C.', as Second Clas mail matter. wsar EXCURtSlON. "Cbe excursiop at-otiingwood Beach last Monday evening by the Gleason Social Club bad some very riotous persons on board. The qatt-v POST, a negro bating paper published in this city and a paper the colored people seem to support, contained a report in its Tuesday's issue not very complimentary- to the occasion. The post delijghtsln picturing fights that occur at pic nics and excursions given by the colored people, but very seldom says anything of what happens at white picnics and excursions. 'The post must not judge all col ored people alike. We have just as many respectable colored peo ple among us as an arerage as the white people. There are as many thieves, black legs, libertines, gam blers, murderers, ect., within the white race as there are within ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 July 1888

mmt,"'ia '- lan ii - .. -!., """ ' i - pii . -. . ..fflfrnrsTrTriMn i riTI TaTrTTTTIalalaOTaWMTaTliaaasa Ml - t h n , , 1 lf"'T'VMnn.mWiWUj-rj,,.u,i4y 11 In ..ii-ir ijJJ ... J ll j ii .! j ! nwi i .i . TBHS BEE " f r -y " , ' - " - AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. j v. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. Southeast. jrgtiumteb for advertising: furmsiieaoii appU Htiou. Objectionable aavertihemeuts willuot ,p niwjrtedBt any price. All remittances i,ould be made by draft, postal money order, ! pivss or registered letter. Money forwarded n anv other way, Is at tlie sender's risk. In ending idoneytbe iiuiount-aud wbat it is for ci,ouldbe distinctly stated 6i ah jotters, etc., sbould be ad-dressed 10 TV, CALVIN CHASE. Washington D. C PUBLISHED EVRUY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH.. D. C. """ ViifSlF'iTlE ' BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof. J. W Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. Mi.Poll-tty'8, M Street, between 12th and. 1 in OrthwesU j H. Keller, Drnggisl, corner IGth and M Piet-t,Uortnwist. Philadelpbia Hous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 July 1888

1 --? 4Kl J -y -ta.ji -ifir---- -,tB.lw .in i ifpBjp, i i innnnHwim ?k& "" ""itn-"-" --. -fr -y ft fffl -t!:i r'& ,T.O.ALL NEW .AND OUP SUBSCRIBERS TO THE fAi?ACL!IMfT"M DEB payingSO. our paper . '. in advance for three months, -we -will aSipnths, and 26 Books 'Free any TANDARD MQM& IN lilf I J? Pfe li ? One . date, or with any number, and receive or, you -can nave3ctiouB now ready pent at once, and balance weekly, unless otiienviBe praerea, an wm Orcriu with the section beinjr ifwmed at the time the order is received. The books are by tue Jjest aiiUiora Novelists. Ports, Historians, and General "Writers, .and insure you a JLITE1AI BANttUET OF CHOICE THINGS lasting: through the entire year. SECTION 3. 45 JES0.I',S EableS. The work of an ancient genius. Children havo read them for centuries, and grown people quote them every day. 44 Anecdotes of PriblicMen. Washington. Franklin, "Webster, Clay, Tttaen, Lin coln, Scott, Grant, Garfield, Gladstone, Butler, Han cock, JLoo, a...

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

"4 VOL. WASHINGTON, B. O., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1888; NO. 9 1 ' '" " - in. i . r f . Serins. $2.00 Per year in Advance. . 7T7. " I :7 r' - g-cents pef copy. -""-"" AMUSEMENTS. Musical engagements accepted for riCXICS, CONCERTS and pleasures of all kind. Call on or address T L. FU RBY 1U3 14THST. r SPECIAL NOTICES. St. Paul A.M.B. "r?LSo bw -. 1 ? ctl'IMtS S. W Rev. C. W. i,'ii-,hnirti, pastor. ferww u " n. am 8 p. m. Babbatli Sunday ScUooT,0:i. , J. W. Butcher Superintendent. Gentlemen desirous r.f obtaining first class table board, .during the theab,-onoe ofiheir families for summer, can be accomnicdaled by ajipJyinar at 1509 loth street ii w. as earlv as convenient. June 9th 4t. j. aim w "" . . : - 1 -I ROOMS TO LET. FOR RENT -Two iui niched front rooms on the second floor for entk-niPN or husband and uvrfe? No. 1930 llih st. n. w. TAKE NOTICE Thepa'io.ts of the Bee must ,pay for all advertisements, in the way oi notices, deaili-, ma1 nagi?. &c. No matter of u personal nature wi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 July 1888

v" Sim a . R m K1 fa K iiiEi P Tie HI? I? Published every Sxturday at 1109 I Btreet northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington, D. C, as Second Class mail matter. POSSIBLE TEACHERS. Of the thirty-nine new teacher ships provided for, thirteen of them will fall to the colored schools and to the thirteen girls standing highest on the appoint ment list. Resignations and other circumstances will make four more vacancies. Who the successful aspirants will be can only be surmised. The protest to the limited number ot applicants heretofore entering the Normal schoolB worked effectually; It iB far better that normal training should be given to the greatest numbers without guarantee of im mediate appointments, than to a tew with these prospects. Good training is the thing. Ignorance abounds everywhere. Its grossest character can be found in the states where schools are not estab lished, let young ladies go and establish them. They do not need to wait for the young ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 July 1888

-.-V( .. .p- ,- tv- ' - V ' TUTS BEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. J V. Fowler, 318 3rd Street, ast HrtimaieH for advertising farnisnea on appli uttou. Objectionable advertisements will not "e uibertedat any price. All remittances uould be made by draft, postal money ord. PrcBS orreglstered letter. Money forwarded 1j uiiv other way, is at the sender's risk. In ending money the amount and what it is for should be distinctly siaieu. b AH letters, etc.. should be ad-dressed 18 W, CALVIN CHASE, WashlnisUra D. O IPOIiUSHED EVEUY SATURDAY AT 1109 i ST.. N. W.. WASH., D. C. "" WLlERK i THE BEE CAN BE HAD. il'rof. J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. m i. l'olkety 's, M Street, between 12th and WW Northwest. j M. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M Flieet, Nortn west. il'hiladelphla House. 348 Pennsylvania Ave. .Northwest. iS&TTODAY, July, 28th, 1888 locals. qjhe Junior Excelsiors will go to River View. Don't fail to attend. The Literary exercises at Zion Gbapel tliis week were ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 July 1888

tP'"i"ffTi' "-s Yf-' - X l V Mft- j. .. pfct-M- I (& i' m m air . lr F TO ALL HEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, payingr-SO. i in advance for three months, we will rend 13 Books Frcc-any I section! for SI. 50 our paper . Jfconths, and 26 Books Free any 2 EectiouB; or. for $2.50 our paper and " STANDARD IE POPULAR WORKS date, or with any number, and receive SECTION 3. 45 JEsop's PableS. TheTrorfcof 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 coln, Scott, Grant Garfield, Gladstone, Butler, Han cock, Lee, and all the leading men bf the century. 43 Building" Plans for Prac- TrCAL LOW-COST HO OSES. A fall descrip tion and plans of eight Modern houses, ranging ia price from $500 to 4,500. Illustrated. 42 Gems of the Poets, contain ing charming selections from TennyBon, Longfel. low, "Whittier, Byron, Shelly, Moore, Bryant, and many others. .. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 August 1888

w . mmm :mmmmmmmmmmammm- -v,. -n-m mwrinn urn Mummmm&iw mm - - . - -H-r-.. i SbjisS w" '-iu"i hi m' u wVtnu i sssajiwau a .. iiai ass ' e mwmjmvji uimpi y ' ' ' ' " - II II 17 II 1 11 M mv 1 1 I -T I' 1-1 ! -1 1-;1'I 01 ilk 17, 1? - - & J II 1 H B l V2L II I I, I' I- I I . ., '''''' ' rt: - m m ' 1 ;T m - III m v m P H. 'A -' ;H'''IT- Irl I I. 1,1 'l1! 'L I -I I '- ' . . . i 1-. ''.. I' ' -S ;":.?. ; m.. i' . ..;t - . . - ,, , - ' ..'"?-...,., . ... .f. -,.... - l. A -...'.' Terras. .$2.00 Per year in Advance. VTZr7T ZTZ; - '-.. . ; . : :-:;!; .. .-; ij. .,!..."?!' ff ,t,, .-.... - y A-- VOL. VII. : '- : WASHDSrq-TON, D. .O. SATmYvATJGUSTiSV1!" ' ;i ii:" ''"'. '" .' '.'. J ft3V NO. 10 I . ' i TTs i - ' ' T-n r, :: i , . M El M m l - I - -" ----- 4-'-if ' , K t'- ... ...-. - -I '".I 1 I AMUSEMENTS, Musical engagements accepted (or riOXLCS, COWTBRTS and Measures of all kind. Call on or adJress T.LFURBY 111314THST, i SPECIAL NOTICES. St. Paul A. M.B. church 8tk. bet. ).aml E. s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 August 1888

Elftl mikf-M m m r?; mi ffi M S vn M Tfce BEE. v v Published every Saturday at 1109 I street north weBt, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at "Washington, D. C, as Second Class mail matter. HE THAT BOODLE CONFERENCE. Being one interested in the wel fare of the colored race, we decided to attend the meeting or conference called by J. Milton Turner, H. C. Smith, Joseph Houser, W. V. Tur ner, J. M. Trotter and others, at IndianapoliB, Ind., Wednesday, July 25th. The called stated that the object of the conference was to confer or consider the condition of -the color ed race throughout the United States; that it would be in the in terest of no party but purely in the interest of the negro. On arriving at Indianapolis, Ind., we were escorted to the HotelEng lish,the headquarters of the color ed democrats, which enabled us to ascertain the full object of the call and those interested in tne move ment. The executive committee mec in the rooms of Mr. J. Milton Turner, in the afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 August 1888

i - AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Jt V. Fowler, 818 3rd Street, aet ,p, for advertising farnisned on appU K6UU1 oWecUonableattverriwsmentBWfflnot Verted at any price. All remittances iJS be made by draft, postal money order, ,U ccnrreelBtercdletter. Money forwarded eXrr other way, is at the sender's risk. In 10 "dTJ nW the am0Unt and What lt lB fr 10 w, CALVIN CHASE, WashinKton D. O SSiRHBD BVEilT SATURDAY" AT 11091 ST.. K.W.. WASH.. P. C. "TtbeSb the'bee CAN BE HAD. n f t W Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. Vp0lke'ty6,M Street, between 12th and 1rBenerNruggiBt, corner 16th and M ,treet,NortDwest. Philadelphia House. 348 Pennsylvania Ave. 'orUiweBt. . r ,SATURDA. AugQBt4th, 1888 iCiOca-ls. Lookout for the excursion of the Junior Excelsiors Miss Wilson of Norfolk, Va., is stopping with Mrs. Lassiters on N street n. w. TV.P r-olored voters are warned against the aie Indianapolis boodle conference. The interest of the colored race was not considered at Indianapo lis. It was a scheme ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 August 1888

VVT EF: FTO: "7"sr. -T'w ;' " ;fHEr'' -"niwjp f .' tl, " JJtf"" SB"3. ' ff.J- tT v ' jj Vmyr cp-"r--- TO ALL NEW AND OLD SUBSCRIBERS TO THE WASHINGTON BEE, paying SO. ihi advance for three months, we -will Bend 13 Books Frcc-anyl section : forS1.50 our paper . Months, and 26 Book Free any 2 sections; or. for S2.30 our naier and TANDARO m POPULAR Mff3MQi IN ONE YEAR-4 SECTIONS. WW - - Mm Wl 9 Qne R' each week for 52 wceksj mailed to your .iT j home address, postasre paid. You can commence at any v ove' "r.wlu an numoer. ana receive one new uooK each week', lor 1 3, 2C or 02 weeKM : or, you can nave sections now ready sent at once, and balance weekly. Unless otherwise ordered, all -will begin with the Bection Ik-hut IhsiimI at the time the order is received. The books are by the best authors 7$fnT?'Jl?liM0Tin ?Jld Ge,neral Writers, and insure you a LITERARY BANQUET OF CiiUICb. TlilMJS lasting through tlie entire year. SECTION 3. 45 JESOp's Fables. The work of an ancient peniuB. Childr...

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