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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 August 1888

1 " ?' - " 'Hpmipn3wki4khjp - - tfrIV -( ...Ot 1 "! Z-V-'- ' -j. &) Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. '1 voJ VJI. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST n,188S. NO. 11 FZ "-im, 'TT'-riiiia-ir-l 'v - AMUSEMENTS. Musical engagements accepted f0r HCSICS, CONOEETS and .plearareFofallkind. Call on or T L. FURBY U1314THST. Fecial notices. Bt.iPaul A.M.35. church 8th bet. D ami B. streets s. w. Rev. C. W. "...Li. aBtor. Services at 11 l'UZ ,uur.;V, , Mibath Sunday a. m. aim l" "" - w Butcher Superintendent. ROOMS TO LET. FOR BE T -Two f urniBhed ront rooms on the second oor lor crentleracn or husband and vifr" No. 1930 11th 8t. n. w. JUNIOR EXCELSIORS TO RIVER VIEW! MOnday August Stli, 1888, Steamer MARY WASHIIaTOW HAS BEEN CHARTERED. THE ORCHESTRA Will accompany each trip 10 a, m. and 5.30 p. m. sharp. Respeotfully, I EAST WASHINGTON NOTES. J. W. Fowler, agent and cor respondent, 313 3rd street, s. e. JUNIOR EXCELSIORS P. S. Fruit Complimentary. PRICES UDER A PRO TECTIV...

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 August 1888

m y -ra He BEE. 2 ''& ZJ-!(?'! Published every Suurdav at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington, D. C., as Sec md Class niail matter. FOR THE EYE OF THE POL. ITICJLAK This is the maiden year for a number of politicians. Many who have never voted will step to the front in November. Tne various influences operating upon their minds will be these. First, friend ly solicitation. Second, paternal influences. Third, newspaper circulations. Fourth, the rarest influence and intelligence. All these may combine in producing a clearheaded voter. The pri mary step is cool deliberations upon the history, platforms and candidates of the various parties. After canceling all other parties serve the two principle ones, for these two contain ail national elements, one is then in a position to weigb carefully these two par ties. Both have made mistakes. Both contain something of virtue. Both have good and bad leaders dictating impatriotic measures. Iu ...

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. — 11 August 1888

geHis AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. j. u i,r advertising fumisneaon appll tfcr,IUl objectionable advertisements wlUnot cal',rtcd at auy price. All remittances l,e i m- made by draft, poBtal money order, or registered letter. Money forwarded r4'ieS' other way. Is at the sender' 8 rlst. In " "j"',,.. money the amount and what It 1b for VSIX'Sd be ad-lressed to W, CALVIN CHASE. Washington D. O H ul.iSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT V.. I ST.. N. W., WASH.. 1). C. " -HfiBETilBBBBcIFBi HAD, j j w. Fowlers, 3 18 3rd street, s.e. U." i'lkP '. M Street, between 12th and .. s.nUiwest. ' i H. Bellpr, Druggist corner 16th and M ,1-ft-t Nortu west. VuslHdelpUia House. 348 Pennsylvania Ave. jj.irtiiwest. SATURDAY, August 11th, 18E8 Mi Ella M. Jackson is at D,,r Park, Md. Mi-s Estlla II. Jefferson left S;iurlav evening for Atlantic City. Mrs Muvy Spbax and daugh .r i;lVe none to Middleburgh, V, ;,; fijeir summer vacation. Mr. 11 C. Bruce and wife re-tj-...l ?. the city from Hi...

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

. ( 1 If :".'". - -f ' " " J w I; 'i i fr u ijr j' TO ALL, HEW AND OLD WASHINGTON BEE paying $0. Jn advancefor three months, -vre Trill our paper Iconths, and 26 Books Free any TANDARD aid POPULAR lAIODftfO IN ONE YEAR-4 SECTIONS. WW M m Qne Book each week for 52 wccks mailed to your . .m ., mp' home address,-postage paid. -You can commence at any . - uaie, or wim any numoer, ana receive one new dook eacn -weeK, lor luords -weeks : ? 705jSJlave BcoonB now ready sent at once, and balance weekly. Unless otherwise ordered, all will begin with the section "being: iBsued at the time the order is received. The books are by the best authors 7$2$1)&'Eg$2tMis1PTixux, and General "Writers, and insure you a LJTERAftY BANQUET OF CHOICE THINGS lasting through the entire year. SECTION 3. 45 iEsop'.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. century. 43 Building Plans for Prac- FICAX. LOW-COS...

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

j Hflf y -n , '& IT a y w y -, . l4aw 'TVsr "" " """" v-wiTPjWpsi? t f J.T - TH jmoS. 4 Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. vol. vil. s5 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1&1888. NO. 12 W5pewr3K'; If f '-3 l&tt 'mm AMUSEMENTS. Musical engagements accepted (or PICNICS, CONCERTS and pleasures of all kind. Gallon or address T. L. FURBY U13 14T11ST. Wi ARE GOING TO RICH MOW BlUMM. COMMITTEE SECOND BAPTIST CUURCU, MLH.'IVB A GRAND EXCURSION SfPIEffl 15TH. 1886- We cordially solicit our friends ami ll.e general public to assist us in tlrs effort. Our friends know that wl eu we say we are going we menu to iro. Train will leave B. & P depo nf 11.3U p. m.i returning h-avf JliL'hmm.d at 10 p. m. II IF BE MSHIIE1T5 WILL BE ON 1MD F-r the accommodation of the jubhe. Don't forget that the tram loaves Saturday night, Sept. 13, at 11:30 o'clock and stops at Alexandria and Frtdrkkeburg. Thp committee guarantee every person seats, and ample comfort. Rw. Bishop Johns...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 August 1888

r vfsf Pub'lB'ned every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, WaBhingmn,D C. Eutered nt the Pobt Office at Washington D. C. as Second C ass mnil matter. THE BOODLE CONFERENCE. In another column of this pa per will be read with interest ihe true inwardness of the late In dianapolis e- nfirnce. It can be BPen that the motives of some of the participants weie corrupt and personal aggrandizement is the secret of the whole. vVe are of the opinion that Mr. J. Milton Turner, has done the. Cherokee Freedmens bill everlasting harm. He ought to huve adopted other methods to have passed his bill through Congress. It is indeed base ingratitude on his part to at tempt to mislead an injured I people. What inducements have ueeu offered to the colored voters, by the democratic party? The conservative negroes, in the de partments, under this administra tion are doing the negroes an in jure and even Mr. Turner declared tr Mr. Pharor, the spcretarvof the National democrat-c committee, that not one iu t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 August 1888

";;i- I"H'JIWIW. A- ? .. J,- 5pi i-,- tw yrj i)Wi rT TEDS AUTHORIZED AGENTS. AST WASHUGTojr. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. W. .crfiniHtt for advertising farmsnea on appli fj n objectionable advertisements will not 'Verted at any price. All remittances U or wglBtered letter. Money forwarded r.votherway.isattlie sender's risk. In "eX" " the slIuouuttmd whatiti8 for ....mUliHMliBnncuybu. " ..at? iil.f- . should be ad-JreBsed AH leiiv -" to W. CALVIN CHASE. Washington D. 0 pMSHE,l, KVEUY SATURDAY AT Ud'.i 1 ST.. N. W WASH.- r. c. "'"iviYHliVmEKEraOAN BE HAD. ,.r,t 1 W Fowlers, 3 U 3rd street, s. e. v, ,.' iV.lk.-iy 's. M Street, between 12th and . i, vmthwesl. j ii. Hellor, JrussiBt corner lOlli and M s.,v.'t, Nortnwesu n.ilH.ldphifUlouse. '348 Pennsylvania Ave. Sorihv.vsi. SATURDAY, Anansi 18:1), 181-8 Hon.r.ilv.'liiuce is in town. Fouteir:-Fnnishoi! ro cms 2021-3j slireetii. w, "Miss Lizxta Mon will leave mxt Monday lor (ulil I""- Y Calvin CIi'scs leiumed to the .t iroiiiw Y-k Inst Saturday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 August 1888

tiwilmjpw mNwe m n'tiuoem $ w ;n . r" " I II ft 111, 11 SI lEI s , N, fcs THE GREAT FRAUD EXPOSED. ( Continued from 1st page ) which enabled us to fiml out the tine inwardness of the alleged con ference. As we s ated before, Tur ner wanted money and asued us how much could we secure for him to bolt the conference, that is, he wanted us to acta a go between for him and the Indianapolis State and National Committees, aud he woulu have bolted had he been paid. We shall refer to him again in connection with other matters, after giving a brief review of the personal of the conference. There were sixty persons enrolled, the leaders of whom presumed were all democrats, as follows: C. H. Shel don, the most couspicuous and the leader of the colored democracy, in Indiana, is from Evanville and is said to be worth from ten to fifteen thousand dollars. It is true, that be is a whiskey seller and pol icy -writer. His followers are J, T. V. Bill, J. H.Mahone, R. W. Thompson, E. E. Cooper; W. G. R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 August 1888

gw srV 7 "TT" Terms. 100 Per year in Advance, 5 cents per copy. - WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 188S. Vil. NO. 13 V-u m SHP8" "" .c' - Jim W. vA wf y a$ a-- AMUSEMENTS. . ... crogemeiits accepted rlCM'? CONCERTS and ...; nil kind. Cull on or M ad Ik m i "l furby H1S14TEST. rr, AUK GOING JO HICU ! GSW TOlv fi CQM1TTI K U" .. ,OT THE. o-roM) BAPTJST UliUBCH, -.11.1. GIVE A GRAND KXCUK -iT '"1 rs :"rl:t. 5LPiEBER1iTB. 1 v . .. ;.;i;tl!y solicit cur friends j joi. era! public to assist us v :,;;:,r Onr friends know lV v . wo say we are going ... ? 1" LrO. w , M'l. Will lcJHVC XJ. iv x. vivx.w. 11 .',! '. Hi. reiurniuff leave (1 at 10 p. in. :3;i!f GF BE IE 08 mmm m It . at na F tie cctunmoilatioii of the U'. r. D n't forget that the tr.t it 1 -sive- J-uturday night, Sept. lii, ! 11 :o0 o'clock and stops at j'.;u ria and Fredricksburg. Tiie nnmittee guarautee every lui- n e.lts, and ample comfort. IJ.v. 15ihop Johnson, pastor of 'Mi'Luich Will be on hand to ve.coiiic our friend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 August 1888

F I -- Bl r.j L'(Ei 1 t p I The BEE. ;- 'If J Published every Siturdav at 1109 I Btreet northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the PoBt Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. GODS. BY PE WE. G-ods are systems, not supreme Beings having omnipotent cower. In this sense whatever occurs to me Bhall be said. I would with hold any eacreligious denouucia tion of whatever is holy. But for Gods such as Eome men worship I have no feeling of re-pect, Rob espiere once said that we had no God, we should have to make one, so necessary is such a being to man and creation. For my own part I am perfectly willing to be gin where there is no beginning and end where there is no-ending. I Btand knee high in the waters of ignorence. Not much can be com prehended by me. I do not understand theology but I knov Christianity when i see it. 1. Incorreot ideas of the ex istence of God are idolatrous. No matter how high or low the conceptions, if it be a wrong conception we are no better thau ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 August 1888

7 ";' . "' ; i,u-j'f ?fs ' s?" BEE THIS - ' AUTHORIZED AGENTS. y ST WASHINGTON. . . Fowler, 31S 3rd Street, t J r,.v fur ndvertisiuB furniBned on appli Ks! nl .woctionableadvertiBementswiUnot ""C, xtiaat any price. All remittances l? "remade by draft, portal money order, 6i v.,-d be Mouey forwarded ifBit" sender's risk. In 6c ib K 1 Iwi. ' V..U . rti' .i.,v u-dv. it at the ' aU!... money t: J-.aiount and what It iB for -J,.)e.i -lc. &ir.nld be ad-dressed a;. 'Ll w, I'AJI-VIN CHASE. WiiKhtaatoii "D. G SATURDAY AT ilinEVKltT X. W.. WASH.. U. KJ. I A ' r-1 1 IK TlfE BEE CAN BE HAD, Fowlers, 3 18 Zrd street, s.e. M Street, ueiweeu iuu uu i H lrl corner 16tb and M Druggist .,rtnw'est. u.i,Un House. SIB Pennsylvania Ave. 8 1 t'HDAY, Angus. 25'h, 1888. Locals. r .omB 0 Vi.. Kixt: runiishcd .i2 -L str-et u. w " Y ei borty is g" t0 lUo EEE'S tl ,;.monttl to ie pwple, Aug. 31, Mrs inry 0 ib -rt ia at West ,..:, Y.-. j .. Sadie Autle-poii, will leave i , V sho-ilv f-r Uic'imond, i ii. i hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 August 1888

r ,?? jrsrraHM m mi CHIPS. The fishery treaty ia rapidly being codified Boston Transcript. If silence is golden we know why the miut i8 in Philadelphia. Puck. An engagement ring The theat rical bureau Commercial Bulleliu. The greatest hard-ships in the world are England's ironclads Ocean. The man who ruleth his own house is greater than he "who paint eth a town Texas Sif tings. Dice throwing by men is abont as uncertain as stone throwing by women. -Danville Breeze. The cat is versatile, and if you give her a chance she'll become a-lapa-dairy. Yonkers Gazette. General Adam Badeau will not "write Phil Sheridan's memoirs. This is official-New York Star. She "You can't eat cake and keep it" He "Oh yes you can the kind you make." Town Topics. The moon was full last night, not to mention several other visitors from out of town.--New Haven News, The Treasury Department uses eighteen thousand towels per month, and yet the surplus is not wiped out.-Boston Post, Men have arbor davs, aud cats ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 September 1888

T-tl 1 -Hljf, - ', MV rxi. -- 1 :,i .?;- ' - " iij'Siir : iv " r J" . .'?'":. - i-1 - . , ;tfF--! "'' $ "" '?;-? " : . . . .. . '..- . . -....-. , ...V . . . . t ... --- - ., - - . -- . TV i -. Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. i iL. VII. AMUSEMENTS. Musical engagements accepted i.u- PICNICS, CONCERTS and ixa-urcs of all kind. Call on or address T. L FURBY 1113 14T11ST. VE ARE GOING- TO RICH MOXDi" THE HJ1LMXG COMMITTEE SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH, WILL (JIVE A GRAND EXCURSION It SiTuW, SEPTEMBER 1SIH, 1 We cordially solicit our friends and the general public to assist us in this eliort. Our friends know t hctt wl en we say we are going u mean to go. Traiii will leave B. & P. depot jit ll:'iO . in., returning leave liii-hnioiid at 10 p. m. u mm of re EESflHEITS WILL BE 01 HAi F r the accommodation of the j uhlic. Don't forget that the train leaves Saturday night, Sept. Li, at 11:30 o'clock and stops at Alexandria and Eredricksburg. The committee guarantee every )uis'n seats, and ample...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 September 1888

safiagggssaaaa m tp"1? L -4$& s HW J"' t The BEfe, Published every Saturday at 1109 I street northwest, Washington, D. C. CAPPERS;. Entered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. THE FREEMENS LAMENT. The colored people throughout; the United States are looking for tbe day of resurection. That is, they want to be resurected from democratic butchery and oppres sion. It is a sad spectical to look upon; it is heartrending for the oppressed to see themselves buch ered for exercising their political privileges. We must congratu fate Senator Chandler for his recent speech on Southern outrag es, which should have been one of the issueB of the present cam paign. We cannot expect anything but abuse at the hands of the democratic party and the little that is given is for policy sake and nothing more. The republ can party is the party of civilization, progress and the protection of our American industries and all other parties are but a cave with no light or hop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 September 1888

W v. nwrT5Bj S37?r r jffey ffp T'sCi -ti - j. t- -.- - t .-- isi. jMM9 : I THE IB BE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. BAST WASHINGTON. j v. Fowler, 318 3rd Street, F HtimateB for advertising furmsnect on appli ' ioI1 Objectionable advertisements will not Z inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order, Lres6orregiBteredletter. Money forwarded anv other way. is at the sender's risk. In sending money the amount and what it is for chould be distinctly stated. GbAU letters, etc., should be ad-dressed to VV, CALVIN CHASE. Washinislon. D. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST.. N. W.m WASH., D. C. "" WHERE if HE BEE CAN BE HAD. Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. MrftVolkely's, M. Street, between 12th and ISh Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and M street, Nortn west. Philadelphia Uouhc 348 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest. SATURDAY, Sept. 8, 1888 Locals. For Rent: Furnished rooms 2021-L street 11. w. Every job brought to the Bee offiiee entitles yotMC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 September 1888

"was I I i v COLORED PRISONER' IN FLORIDA. The average negro sees no ter ror in tbe jail. It affords hiin a. great deal of fun, unless it be in , 'watermelon time. Itis to him what going to tbe seashore is to the Caucasian, a relief from toil, and a Reason of rest most thoroughly en- ' joedi When Sambo emerges from this forced, but no less agreeble, se questration of the jail, he becomes an nhipp.r, nf interest to his fiieuds "of the bouse of Ham. "Wheu did vo7 get out, Bill?" v -saidoue of them to a fellow who p. hud just withdrawn from a ten -.-days' engagement with the city. -, -. " 'Bont half an hour ago. " .. VWhat sorter time like d' ye ' ..baVe?" 'Fust rate; plenty to eat, nice room to sleep in, no one to bother -me, so I step' nigh all er time. Had a wbite man to wait on me, too. Yes. sir, had a first class white mail ter bnug me water, and kerry . out my slops, 4m gwiue in again pretty soon." He seemed especially proud ot the fact that be had a white man to wait ou him, and...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 September 1888

"tiV JS' "; -'JS-Titf-o- f " '-0,1 i 'fl 'f; S-V i. .' j S3 ' tj & ' 1 I. 1 2 Terms. $2.00 Per yeai in Advance. VII Scents peivcopy. iri ' i --4SK '" VOL WASHItfGTOtf, B. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1888. NO. 16 rj w,vrr--!n3 .''' L . i r i -- ' - ..r . . .. : ZT2 AMUSEMENTS. "MusU'iil engagements accepted for i'l-i-v, v -" - "- ueacure- or an rvtuu. u.ui iu r n i ...-! n..n .. or ' isddre?3 T. L FUR BY 1118UTHST. iffB ARE GOING TO RIOH .UVJii XJ . THB BCILMW COMMITTEE OF THE SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH, WILL GIVE A GRAND EXCURSION iff lifli, S1TH 5EPIEMBEH15TH. 18B8- We eonliiilly solicit our friends ami the general public to assist us in this etiort. On r friends know that wl en we say we are going we mean to no. Tnu n will I save B. & P depot atll:5n p. m., returning leave Richmond sit 10 p. m. OF HE BtSBMEITS WILL IE 01 HAND Fir tlie iccommoduiioii of the jublic. Don't forget that the tram leaves raturuay night, bept. 15, at 11:30 o'clock and stops at Alexandria and Frtdricksbu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 September 1888

.4&r'-iv, pf a.5 tf-&f!"' A ' " V. tc (, ,"y a t i rv- 5!5vi?--.-'-''r''"-.'W'"' KWTSTStViS-eJ, , I M I K 1 i 51 : Vfltr the BEE. VS. 'Vi'SH.CW :5rt;iir m VCs J", " - -TiA ' - v"v . - . k? " X- ; T"' nb 's el ve-y Sumliv at 11 JS I sireet north we i, Wnhhlngio'i, 1). C. Entered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, :is sec -a C ass mnll matter. MR. CllA.sE UKPLTES TO PROF. CLAhK. THfc INDIANAPOLIS CONFERENCE A FRAUD. WHY PROF. CLARK LEFT THtt REPUBLICAN PARTY. WHY MR. CHASE ATTENDED THE INDIAN APOLIS CONFERENCE. PROF. CLARES ADMISSION. WAS IT NOT A BOOLDE M :ET1NG? Prot. reter XI. owi. n( Ohio, wlio resigned liie editorial chair on the JL) to-American , lor that vascilatmg editor, T. Thomas Fortune, in an issue of that paper dated Sept. 1, he indicts two col umns ot matter against the editor of the Bee on the late gathering of a few colored men at Indiauap olia, Ind., July 25, otherwise call ed a confe ence. Prof. Clark if a jrentleman for whom the editor of the Bee has ihe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 September 1888

THIS w. BEES AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd Street. ,-cniUHtea fur nU vexUbiiifi f uriiibnea on appli Ion oWeettonableaflverrtftemenUwlUnot Z Wed at any price. All remittances ImouW e made by dial postal money order, ..,i wt.or .Money iorwaruea " v other way. Is at the Bender's rls. In " " ... 4 1... ,.rt.nTid -what It is for ndlug money wc . ,uW u? u. should be ad-dressed Ml leuum. Ft- bh etc,, should be t.i V, CALVIN CHASE, Washington D. C; prBT,IriHBD EVK11Y SATURDAY AT lion 1 ST.. X-W-. WASH.. 1). C. was found Tuesday afternoon in the Eastern Branch near the Ano costi a bridge. Sullman had been missing from his home, No. T60 A steet northeast, sine1 last Thurs day, and it is thought that he fell into the river from the shore near his house. The body was taken to the Morgue, where it was viewed by the corouer and then turned ov er to the relatives of the deceased. Sullivan, owing to his advauced age was in feeble health, and there seems no doubt that his deat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 September 1888

-,- - y - 7' M it DEtfOCR ATS CRAVING FUKDS IN OHIO. IA. rTiElsL TALE CIItGU-LAR THAT FELL iTCnSXILU HAN 1S. -SfeW York Trumue : The Dmo- Grat'ic party in Ohio seims to b in ; pHiacuiaiiy o,ii way.o. u. iowu vil, the Chairman of the Ohio Stiute Democratic Executive Com- lUltliee, CHUlt im urn-, n'uniuv l conlW with Mr. Brief, and try to' gc:t some money, supposing, 01 wmwe, that the Chairman of the Dt-inoora-Uc Kational Campaign Committee would hav a tender spot in his heart for the State that gave him birih.Mi.Biice. it is said, was willing enough to help him, HmtG-oiman and Barnum declared it simply criminal to waste money on Onio, when regular Democratic States weie iu danger. So Mr. Townsend was sent back empty handed. The fir-t thing be did on getting home, the locals papers de chue, was to discharge nearly all the employes at his headquarters. The. most charitable reason fer this was that there was no money to pay them. Then the desperate Chairman sat down and wrote this stric...

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