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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 February 1889

i tr . .y . 4 . Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents-per copy. VuL. VJ1. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1889. No. 37 r m a m ok a - - m .Iml . Ai. ... .... A ..JCmM1. ... "" -.s -? . - - - - ,e "a voice from the east. A TiaWeandthe NEGRO. munwivpofuian, notbiug makes If to thf right lie oulv takes; ot flesh and boue should we prize, " For animals may beat men in size. So not the physic ever small Who Virginians proudly call Brig, and general, all in one, F0r something big be never done. Hi hat ne'er could fit a man With brain or conscience avow, To ri'dit determined to do or die, Highest is to win on tbe sly. So trickv, too, is this little man, Manv'wegvoes under bis ban Deluded he to believe him true, And for tbeir good o ever do. Hut -is everv doff will bave bis day, Aurf ever-v muruer wil1 out' tDey Though time may dim memories By dajs, weeks or years of age. Tot uianv days of now I write, Did this little pollywog aligbt lu Carolina, to all known as tbe South, And ...

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. — 9 February 1889

m Ik- J3 i ai' s m a a jj H V Tbe BEE. Pub (BMeJ every Stturdiv at 1109 I Biree northwest, Washington, D. G. Entered at the Post Office at Washington DC, aBSecm-i j'atii iuhji mnnci. TEE COMING EVENT. On Friday evening next tbe pro posed Testimonial Concert and Ex bibition Drill in honor of Major Fleetwood, will be held in Metro politan A. M. E. Church. In England it is one of the cus toms of the country to, as they ex .press it, "make up a purse" upon any and all occasions for one whom it is desired to honor. This is done whether the person to be honored is a millionare or a pauper. It is simply their mode of expressing their appreciation. When Miss Endicott, daughter of the present Secretary of War, crossed the ocean the bride of Mr. Chamberlain one of the wealthiest of Englishmen, a purse was made up by the citizens and presented to her on her arrival. In this country, amoug our white citizens, it is com mon to show appreciation of their singers and workers in various fields of u...

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. — 9 February 1889

rpf iE 33"E!E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. coa. "WTpri A.1 remittance oe liurll "" portal mouej order A' 10 W CALVIN CHASE, "' Washington D.C PLSl ST.. N. W.. WASH.. IX G -'rt-HFEE TUB BEE CAN BE HAD. , , W Fowlers, 316 3rd rtreet,s.e. m!'r . Btleel' between m 'fi'iSSJlWW" corner 16th and M Philadelphia House. Pennsylvania Ave. 'orlveb, SATURN A Y, Feb. 9th. 1889 jbocals. lull RE N'T ROOMS. RuOMs For Kent with or tfith onboard, 1135 9 stD. w. . t di jb w0rk aone at the BeE otto' V;uH and inject. Mr and Mrs. T. E. Dulany of Ai exiudria, Va., were in the city Thursday Iookiug well. Tbe marriage of Miss Bertie Page and Mr. Samuel Williams will take place on the 27th of Feb uarv Mr. Williams will arrive in tlie'city to-morrow. At a meeting of the Washington Cadet Corps at the Armory Feb. 4th Capt Brooks in the chair it was unanimously resolved that the corps atteud the concert of Maj. Fleetwoods in a body headed by the band. The Rev. Steading N. Brown, of Cleveland Ohio who was c...

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. — 9 February 1889

' u'" i 'msr&i!i!t'x&z!ri '-"5JwwfBffrB!K 'zvrl rjgj-y "l'-p 3Jts" yi(fjr-n" -!,- -swt:Os -k- i k M if i TAKE KOTIOE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &e. No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. 44 POPULAR ff HKd In Kmple form, by the b-rt auihors-NoTelists, Ptt Historians, and General Writer. almost elrea awaj. Printed trem new type on good paper. , OUR UHEQUALED OFFER. Te all new subscribers (paying one year la adraoce) && to all old subscribers paying their account to date and ens yaar 1b adranoe, we will tend free any JSO books In ths fcUewiar llsu We also offer the booka for aala at to wSSS MARVELOUS PRICES. Any 8 booka ror 10 cents, tor & ccaU, 18 for SO eeate. or any 40 book mailed at one time ror 91.00. Best by mall, prepaid, to any address, on receipt of price, Stamo taken, but coin, currency, or pottal note preferred. Onsaev bosk pnblUhcd each week. Ton ca...

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. — 16 February 1889

fWFP--fS.' :, ' hJ : Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. -. .... ' J2J " " . ' ' perccpT7 vol. VII VVASmgGTUN, D. 0., SATPKDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1889. J Ko- 3'8 THE OPPRESSED. II ve proiil sons of America, A'i.i li-t o tUe cry of the wrong ed 1,, years thV have waited, and wondered, Avt1, iti sorrow have mourned. We dvethcoppiessed of all nations a nvlcome, Tli'Mi, w.v, let me ask, D.) we deny Lhe same right to our bi oi lirs ? Is it bticj.iHO hisj ski u is dark cast ? It is true that his shackles are Ami the Slave Pen is heard of no more ; Uultto'oWwy for help aud sue cur Is braid "S"" as of yre 1'ijere'a a sli ulow o'er many a cab- And sHijj'iisli in many a heart Over deed s tli at are dark aud bloody. That should make humanity, st. rt. Shall we turn a deaf ear to their pleadings, And l'H"e them in gloom aud d ir paii ? Ii'ailur to helieve them delusions Thau to listen, and be burdened will) their care. No, Statesmen and Patriots assem ble, And in one mighty refrain, M ike it known throu...

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. — 16 February 1889

pfSKffp,S3 The BEE. Published erery Saturday at 1109 I slree aorthwesl, Washington, D. C. EnUred at the Post Office t "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. MTV COOK'S REPORT. It may be truo that Superinten dent Cook is distasteful to Dr. John R. Francis, a local trustee of the 7th school division; that he may find & betterBman to superintend our schools we do not doubt Admitting all this, should a man be attacked as Dr: Francis hat Mr. Cook, because there was some personal spleen to satisfy? The difference between Superin tendants Cook's report and that of Mr. Powell's is that Mr. Powell has occupied 188J pages in his report to explain the condition of his ichools, whereas, Mr. Cook has only taken 36 21 -pages to tell about the colored schools, which he gives in a nut shell, so to speak. The Bee has been one of Mr. Cooks opposers and it has criticised him on the representation made by certain school officers, presuming that such information was authenic. We have since l...

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. — 16 February 1889

roa 3B13E AUTHORIZED AGENTS pact WASHINGTON. J( NV. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. TT...cit1p fnrnisnea on appli Egt,ID ., b liouableuxiveniBementswIllnot !ill,oa- !u any price. All remittances be nrtedua(,ev draft, poutal money order ZX Money forwarded cxpre u,orVay. Is at the sender'B risk. In cgCidwtatitl8,br feirera - - 10 w CALVIN CHASE, WaBhlnttton D. O o-rSlHED EVBUT SATURDAY AT iooYst-.w., WASH.. P. c. HfiRE THeIeE CAN BE HAD. 11 " ... io,c sis 3rd street, s. e. J'liiuelj-s. M Street, between 12th and "JenerNggiBt corner 16th and M reet sortuwost. Philadelphia Houee, 34PennBylvanla Ave. Sort!iwefit. BATCAY, Feb. 161k 1889. locals. FoR KE N'T ROOMS. UoOMS PuR Rent with or 'l(h out board, U35 9 st n. w. Fir-t cVasjob work done at the Bee office uHandinspect. . imust with all modern lmprove 7 ,niS- to W. A. Stewart 10th aod F Bt. II. w. - -. fhe evening gathering on Thura day Feb. 7th at Mr. Mason on N. J ave. waB well attended. The members of the Excelsior Light Infantry was measured f...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 February 1889

ll?S?T,?fJ!?'Ji"r "S-?ijr T?4j' If B ittr lAl.E iViioE Hie pa cms of the Bee must pay frv all advertisement, in the way ot 'otic,s. daili, manage, &c. ! mat'er of n peisoual nature will be inserted utile b it is paid fr. - popuubWRRKS w .r wanaw In oempUta term, by the best author NorelltU, Po Historians, and General Writers, almost circa aar. Prlat4 Irom cow type en good paper. OUR UNEQUALED OFFER. ' o all new tnbiertberi (pttjlnij eno year la ad ranee) tat nllttld anbscribers paring their account to data and sa jsar la adraaee. we will tend fro oar 20 book la tha fellowiBf lit. We also offer the booki fer sals at tea buowinc MARVELOUS PRICES. jL&rSfaseka (or 10 ceau, 8 for ccaU, 15 for U seats, any 40 book mailed at one time for 91.09. Best bj snail, prepaid, to any address, a receipt ef price. Stamp taken, tntt coin, currency, or vestal notes preirrtd. Oae aeir book published each veek, Yon eaa select rfaa ra wish from the Ut cow ready, and nsetra earn new book nut VMk, M...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 February 1889

"SnXfSf!f,K,T!v "i, l ,Jf SS"""; -" i -3awB?s!5P"s3Pw'!-" '"awy.'y;? ?v,v!B&,j C WMH r """"" Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889. ma ,m H Ws4ky A. Ulur 4l'V'V4 i s I'rcderwk Douglass Parker was bom at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1855. "While bo was a boy his parents removed to Washington, D. C, where tbev placed him in Howard University at which institution he was educated. His lather being a rreat traveler and a man who was conversant with all the great polit ical questions of the stirring times from which evolved the great civil war, naturally the son was early interested in political matters. The prominent part taken by his par entsin the underground railway, the earnest conversations of the leading spirits of those times, who were fiequent guests of his parents, all of these eaily influences combin ed to implant in his young mind and heart those teudences which in mature years have developed him into one of the most energetic, h...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 February 1889

'.'tvt--'''' "Sv -.. - V I !: sI!Fy!s, hi i I m t& i The m&e' BEE. Yfc . va S .':f K7X ?vr:s. f i ji . "- : Published every Siturdvy at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, D. C. T ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. THE TWO ACROBATS, The editor of the national rat entback, alias the Leadw (?) of this city, otherwise the political acrobat Mr. Magnus L. Robinson, is the individual who has been poBing aB a defender of all that is risrht and iast. At the lime Mahone was fighting the democ racy of the south and especially Virginia, the editor of the patent back abused Mahone in the mo3t coward ly manner. He and his brother, the now business manager of this thing called the Leader, and who, afier having gutted the democratic national committee and finding that the republicans would win in the last electiou, flopped over. They edited a paper called the Echo. This paper opposed Senator Mahone and blackguarded him shamefully. These two individ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 February 1889

- mmty$MmW "ffr? - r? y3T3 V- TrJ-J-iif M-Issswsg Wr??g-'T ;3Sf;aE7'i11 9ir5W?si3r? W9W3iill!P THIS BtfiJti- authorized agents. CAST WASHINGTON. ,- -jiH 3rd S. E. j. ""--: - I.a7IfM V- -- -- . rnwnichDrf ATI flTttlll canon. OU ecu remittances bP '"n; ma ebydmfl.P0Btal money order 6htiorxTnBtld:etl.r. Money forwarded X, SoneTe amounted otitis for XT$V be ad-dreBBed t0 -vv CALVIN CHASE, ' WashiuKton D. O frBLTsHBDEv5STUBDAfAT 11091 ST.. .W- wASHv VflfiBBT HE BEE CAN BE HAD, r J W Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. Mrlpolkely b. AI Street, between 12th and i iu Vortliwest. j H.Beiler, Druggist corner 16th and M UreeUNortnwest. ' Philadelphia House, SiS-Pennsylvanla Ave. 'ortuwest. .-. SATURDAY, Feb. 23rd. 1889. KoR REST-ROOMS. Rooms Fob. Rent with or ivith-t out board, U35 9 at n. w. pirt clas job work done at the Bee office! Call aud inspect. -mom limine with all modern Improve ,,ch AM'ly to w- A Stewart 10th and Fat. u. ir The reception of the Iolanthe so cial club was a success. The Fear...

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. — 23 February 1889

' -"-',4 9! i Hi veto Is M W wV ?tf It Lfct& & ' .H i ZT'x m i 1 TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fer all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, manage?. &c. Ko matter of a personal nature will be icser'edunle a it is paid for. AND POPWiB Is complete form, by the bert aataera-NoTeHftt, rettt Hiitorteaa. sad General "Writer, almost Irea away. rriatea rsm sew type oa geod paper. w OUR UNEQUALED OFFER. r an n tnbaeribert (Pfcrlne oae year In adrsaee) m to all old subscribers paying their account to data and eae Tear la adTaaee, we wilt tend free ttay SB books In tee feUoirlse list. We also offer the boekt fer eala U the muowmc MARVELOUS PRICES. Any S beaks for 10 ceate, 8 6r6 ccaU, 18 fcr Meeata, or any 49 book malted at eae Use for $l.Mu Beat by matt, prepaid, to aay address, oa receiptor priee. BUM laken, 6t coin, currency, or portal note prtfmrti. One nnr book published each week. Too. eaa aeleot was ra wish &om the Uit bow ready, and reeelra one a...

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. — 2 March 1889

'f " "s$,tr t-y , x-s&fyfFWrr if wwiwl Terms. 2.00 Per year in AdYance. 5 cents per copy. WASHTN"OTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1889. 23To, 40. 'ISTf-f ""Krjr- &- fite x ft m. .&v a. ,,f' " C ; . -- , )u. VII. .10IIN VTAEAMAKE2. Among the men most prominent h mentioned for a cabinet position under the Harrison administration ks John "NVanainaker, of Philadelphia- Mr. Wanamaker is excep tionally well qualifled for a cabinet position being in every respect equal to the responsibilities and worthy of the trust. The firm of John Wanamaker is one of the most widely known commercial bouses in the United States, and Philadelphia is under heavy obliga tions to a house which has done and is doing so much to maintain her commercial supremacy in the wholesale drygoods tiade. Mr. Wauamaker's career as a merchant has been remarkably successful, aud his present leadership among Philadelphia's business men is the result of cast-iron nerve, heroic en ergy, aud triumphant ability. Con c...

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. — 2 March 1889

yr-f J. 1 fcr R ''flie BEfc. PubllB'ied every suurdar at 11J9 I Btree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C. as Second u ass m-iu maiwr. OUR POSITION. The editors and managers of that weakly patentback called the Leader i are Fred. Douglass, Jr., Mag. L. and K. B. Robinson, have from time to time made per sonal attacks on the editor of this paper. Before we go any further let us state who theBe men are: Mag. Robinson and hiB brother, b we stated last week, are two of the worse political acrobats in this country. Fred- Douglass, jr., who is not capable of making a liv ing on his own responsibility, but depends largely upon his lather of whom we shall speak before we conclude this article. borne time ago these editors of the patentback published an ar ticle charging us with inconstancy, etc. And in the last week's issue they published another communis cation, signed Md., to the effect that Dr. Purvis indicted us for libel and we are now supporting h...

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. — 2 March 1889

-iJm ir: i y!5I5 3B15EJ lilOKlZD AGENTS. .i A-.T"VVAS"I;s'GTOK 31b 3rd ri. J'- W. w n '' , dv-itisms furmsrieti on appli t in , i UHiKblcnttveriifteioeniBwrnuui "Vat iy !ice. All remittances ' 'lcbv draft, postal money order ". .Hl letter. Money forwarded 'J"way, I" Uie Bender's rlsk In ' r"! ,.y Uie amount and what It is for 6 u ft A 10 ., . smicUv suited. , .,. etc,, should be ad-lressed W CAfl,VJS 01IASB, Washington D. C ITU fiVllffUY SATURDAT AT T.,2f-w- WASH., P. C. U-; riJE"HBECAN BE HAD. a , rowksrs.SIS 3rd htreet, s. e. .' . -b,M Street, between 12th and prni 11 i i rtil t'r ., Ihgslst t Si. corner 16th and M 1 1 1 ws t. IU1I8 Howse, 81S Pennsylvania Ave. SATUKSUr, March 2d, 1889. locals. .KKE'TOMtOOMS. out board, 1135 9 Btn. w. v t cl;-sj0'' w0r'c done :lt tne EE - .,, hiuiM'Witii all modern Improve ' r'" i m. i " W. A. Stewart 10th and F st. ll The WVdue-day clab Jr- of Jfo!tmiav M. D., gave the Venus Absei"'"' and LAide a supper while iiidiiir city. Tbn.se who want to ren...

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. — 2 March 1889

f f rS i- tth ' ". ,..- , j V ly ; " TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way or. notices, deaih?, marriages, &e. 2w matter of a personal nature will be inserted unleB it is paid for. (ill II POPULAR in eomt.lets form, by h bert anthors-XoTellsts, Poets HIitorlwiB, mid Central Writers, sJnios flTea Ms. PxlntedlroinncTrtyisonBOOlptper. OUS UEEQUALED OFFER. To all new subscribers ps,ylns one year In adrcaee) ca to all old subscribers paying their account to date cad obi Tear Id sdTaaec, we will send free any 20 books In ths BlllnE Ilit. 'Wc also oOer the books tor sale it ths fcSoSnf MARVELOUS PRICES. Any 8 book for 10 ceaU, 8 M SJ& cent. 18 fw BO cents, or say 40 books mailed ai one lima for $1.00. Bent by mall, prepaid, to any address, on receipt of price. AMBi taken, bx coin, currency, or pottal note preerred. One new book pnbUihed each week. Ton can seleot whs ram wish from the Hit now ready, and receire one new book L..k v u nnhiiihed...

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. — 9 March 1889

-. - J 4 - - Terms. 2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents' per copy. V()L. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAEOH 9, 1889. No. 41. IlrJ ' W. H 1 wwj.",tjktii i " .1 'k, 1 M. " - " Jkj Vv'tsk" -" x i fefcsfir1-' ss&&!!rbts,$ttti- m V Hi J-"' fv IE PKES3 OOXTENTJOK BGBO LEADERSHIP ADDRESS BY Sift. ' CALVIN OIIASE BEFORE fHE UATI'KAL COLORED PRESS (CaXVlOTOX -MARCH 6TIJ. 'jWie qwtioti of leadership is one which Iihk perhaps taken up tnucb .titueaud sp'ie among press men as 'auvoBesuljct discussed by them. its iinpoitMBce and popularity (have giiw out of the mysteries surrounding il as either its feasi bility w iin.ioitauce. The question involves a frw definitions and ?ome vboh'wuie history. It in volves some i uterrogatories. What is leaclevslHpr In its broad sense it is uioralU lie fact of lead iig, a process wind may or may not be based in nht or ability. In the mse in winch the colored people would construe a leader, it is tar mion. Lt'adeihhip from a colored imaij island point ...

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. — 9 March 1889

yirt-m'yiiv'!rvsrstsr 'if, -y. . '4rc' -jVy " ' j' ' J '-.. HH i He BEE. BEAD THE BEE. PnblUhcd every Saturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C. as Seoond Class mall matter. Everybody Bhould read the Bee next week. It will contain a full report of every reception giv. en in this city during the inaugu ral week. 2Jo one Bhould fail to read our special edition of the Bee. NEGRO LEADERSHIP. (Continued from 1st Page.) blot which, has every demoraliz ed American society excepting that which was incedent to slav ery. It antagonizes states rights and insists that ,this government is anation and not a confederacy of states merely and to its care the colored people may well af ford to entrust what they hold deartheir rights of citizenship with the hope of satisfactory returns. As for the other party it needs only be said that it stands for everything which is opposed to the interests of the Negro and the country at large. It requires ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 March 1889

'MrfF" -,r- ,-, - ") M BHMHaBBRmHanHM Vrwi-Tw-- if Irs THE B1SB i- AUTHORIZED AGENTS EAST "WASHINGTON. y, Fowler 318 :iru h. ' r. .,t-fmri nn nnnll cHlioo. f priCe. All remittances W Tl madebydmfUPOBtul money orderv shUl mrc" itered letter. Money forwarded eSP n.bei way. 1b at the sender's risk. In rtneamountand otitis for i?SS8SSSld be ad-dressed to W. CALVES CHASE, Washington T). C prPLisHBD BVB11Y SATURDAY AT P U091ST..N.W.. WASjL; - here "the IS can be had. ... i7..,.i0.c a IK 3rd street, s. e. i.-,.f .1. . runv-i- .... i,i1UpIV'S.M. Street, between 12th and )Jt. " " 13 -" . ,, , . nnrripr ifif.h and M -.... JifKt, Druggist t h. neiiu glreet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia House. 318Penn6ylvanla Ave. Uortuwesi. SATURDAY, March 9d, 1889. locals. I'oR REST-ROOMS. Rooms Tor Rent with or with out board, 1135 9 st n. w. virit cla?s job work done at the Bee olice. Oli an(i inspect, -mom house with all modern improve ,e!S. A lly to W. A. Stewart 10th and F st. 11. w. Graud Kally in Israel C. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 March 1889

'?,SSS Kf fcj?ir iW aje!fej5Vw sgSff Tcr rte""'' r4l ; znr-eni'xrTtt''3'''' 'vrt" jtf.ni ami. iiiiiiHH 1 rmiww nasi Hr 9 TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee muBt pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, death?, marriages. &c. lo matter nf a personal nature will be inserted unless .it iB paid for. In eomplett form, by the. best authors KoTellrti, Pot Historians, tnd General 'Writer, almost jlraa avtf. Printed &omnetjpo on good piper. - rf OUR UNEQUALED OFFER. To m.11 new subscribers (pc$-lnir one year In aaixnee) taC to all old subscribers paying; tbelr account to date and ea Tar In marines, we will eod free any 20 book In ttt fellovlnr list. We also offer the book for aala at taa fcUowinl MARVELOUS PRICES. Jlst SbesUa tor 10 cents, 8 lor 2& ccbU, 18 fee W eeata. or any 40 boost mailed at one time for 01.80. Best by mall, prepaid, to any addreM, on receipt of prtee. JKAwtps taken, but coin, currency, or postal note preftrrttZ. Onenew book pobUthed each week. Yon ...

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