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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 March 1889

''SiV- JMVj,- irs- a, v--; -?V- mmt&r-- sr w S sv sa$S$27 TTT r.-.jrt; . 1 .-r'.-vi' 'IV n rro tffflftenrrifrlrrnrif ttiVit 2 , t Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. VoTvil. REV. WM. J. SIMMONS, D. D., Was boru June 29, 1849, in Char leston, S. C. His parents were both slaves. His mother and three chil dren were sent North by one of the conflicting parties over a will, hence they were freed. . Being call ed te preach entered Madison Uni versity, academic department, graduating July 1868. Took the Freebmeu year at Bochestra Uni versity; entered Howard Universi ty 1870; graduated in 1873, receiv ing A. B., was principal of Hills dale, D. O., public school till Jane, 1874, then went to Florida ; princi WM. H. STEWART, Was bom at Bradensburg, Meade county, Ky., July 26th, 1847. Was brought with his family to Louis ville when a youth and obtained tbebeuefitof such schools as the times afforded. He was taught by Jm. H. G bson, Henry Henderson , w- P.Brooks, E. T. W.James, aQd ltev. Henr...

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 March 1889

- "4-t.,4fh.m.,HMth,ti ,J rjgc l ? :S 38 S M m m t fc U s 3 ffke BEfe. Xs BffTfci v - Pnb'Jsiel eve-y Suurdiv at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington IX CM as Sec ml Cass mail matter. OUR 3SEXT COMMISSION ERS. The people are to be c mgra ulated on the defeat of Mr. W. B. Webb's coi jBLrmation. Per tonally Mr. M. B. Webb is a fine gentleman, but he was not the man to be Dis'riet Commissioner. Editors E. V Fox, C. S. Noyes and others, with oureelf included, the people of Washington owe a debt of gratitude. The question is now who ought to be our nexJ District Commissioners? Tiieie are several goud men euffijieutly qualified for these cfii-ies, a:d the tact is that the President willlisien to the wishes of the people in regard to home appoint ment. It is underrti-od thaf the President will appoint one repub lican and one democrat. We favor Hon. A. M. Clapp ss the republican member of the board of Commissioners, and Wm, Dixon as the democrat,...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 March 1889

IIHHHI'!'HS5SS?!2uZ5?5C55HMfllHIIHIHTC?' - r -y-. ifi2i?pQS? pwfcWMS 5egfWt"S6y Wf.5pgRj- 'jJPF f'W?7,S:?",?P"K?HpB '9 u vy JWlyVWPtfJKB T rjHE BB EAST WASHINGTON. ... vrnteler. 318 3rd fc. 7tuuie rurniBned on appti caou- :.; . nnv crice. All resaittances inserted ai r money order he 1,1 be Iliauc j - , v-ixrarilrl BQUu. ...,.,,! 'Mter. juoucjr" '""Z - teat the renders risk. In Di0ouUe a-uount and what lUstor ito V CALVIN CHASE, SwTiiffiDfiVEBY SATURDAY AT -rt"niRETHE BEE CAN BE HAD. i W Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. flilKely- Street, between 12th and lmvru&t corner 16th and M street, 'orinweBt" Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jfortnwest. - ! BATORA7- March 16th, 1889 FoHHET-ROOMS. qsouKent with or vviih oit boird, H35 9 at n. w. p- t cla;sJol) w0rlc done at the Beb ofiice! faWaud inspect. -wwim house with all irodern improve- aSSliJS l0 w' A SteWBrt 10th aDd Fst' a. ff. The entertainmeut at Miles5 Chapel was quite a success. Mrs. Davis read before Ibe Mt. Carinel Lyc...

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

- V-4-v - JP 1 V t ' TO I I s ?4n TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. I AND In complete form, by the best aathori XereBttc, rsett Historians, and General Writers, almost clrea tvax-. Printed Irom new type on good paper. OUR UNEQUALED OFFER. To all new tntserlbers (paying one year la adruee) Ufl to all old sobscribers paying their account to date and om Tear Is adrance, we will send free mar 8 teks In tfcs followlnc Uit. We also offer the boots fer sala U Ut feiiowlnf MARVELOUS PRICES. Any 8 books lor 10 cents, 8 tor 2f ceate, 18 AT SO eeats, or any 40 books mailed atone time fer 9 LM. Bent by mall, prepaid, to any address, on reoelpt of pries. Sump token, but com. currency, or pottol note prtftrrtt. One new book published each week- Ton can select wkao res wish from the list now ready, and noelra one sew book Mb week, ax published, ...

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

' '-t?" ?t-"T ?-'' --"'1 "Wr 'i.mpiTH. - u r H Terms. $2.00 n'ear in MYance Jl. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1889. vu- No, 43. - . 50 JS& Mf .il , bbv 'bm -Hk su b -- - i itin nr taMI I- CLARKSON, FI J aUisTANT POSTMAS- lKRGKELiAb. FIRST CHAT AND CHAFF. jiin-f-.s I Clarkson, who has been ;iijiMiHifiJ First Assistant Post mas n-t Gumi.i1, ns bom at Brooklyn, ImluiiM. i' 1SI2. His lather pub lihlinl W'g newspaper in that plan-, ji'ni :u an early age, young Jaiin" 1-' ' to set type in bis tutiii'is iiH-c. In 185G be came wiili in - Lnlii'i'.s family to Iowa and l-i'l npnn tbo homestead en ti'n'il In In m in Grundy Count iiut'.l ls"' hn he came to Dos Moiih and took eises in the "Iowa .state Jii'jiis'er' office, lie was soon mail- Mieman of tbe newspaper, ikhI l.ih'i on became city editor. J ii isTd In and liis bi other It' chard lioulit the ''Register" and have ()mh-(1 ami conducted it ever since, making a valuable property of it. Mi. Oarlvsou is unquest...

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

T" STNjpw 'HP I ' TTg TTT" iilMBIMBMM $ irrP.S bee: rub'8 ie I eve-y S urd iy at 11J9 I siree northwest, Washington, D. C. utered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class m-iil matter. HON". WM.E CHANDLER. The reelection of Mr. Chandler to succeed bimseU'iu the Senate of tbe United States, eeeras now quite probable His presence v in the upper house is a necessity. lie is one ot the few republicans in this country who drea to give ut tefeuce tbViB real sentiments up. on those questions that afivct the future prosperity and well being of the negro. The rebel wing of the democratic party in the senate chamber would like to see him de feated bicaue he has proved to be a thorn in the side of the demo cratic party. If the gentlemanly bullieB in broadcloth dared to they would srrike him dowo as Pres ton Brooks the would be aseasin of Chas. Sumner did that belnyed and honored Statesman. The white man in publio position who cham- piong the cause of the negro, makea inveterate e...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 March 1889

-i w&ggrsjg ICTW?: fe??s? r MM-yjgMmWBlBIHBHIiJ - - TBBBTzx THE I J. "TTrZiTtne furnisnedOB appU t,U nbiectlouableadverctBeiuenwwiiiaoi j .ution. -- ,. v,n All resaiixanceH 'ri"o - . ..-fss, UOuiu ,DtereQ letter. ioue iv fl",C 1 i8 at the sender's risk. In 6D:;;oney the amountand hatxtxsior 11 , i be distinctly stated. 6f K, etc, Buould ifT mciucj pe ad-dressed to v CALVIN CHASE, WashinKton D. O ffSpHBD EVBKY SATURDAY AT rtEBE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. ,t w Fowlers, SIS 3rd street, h.c . SJ wme v-b. between mh and tteUerNrugglBt corner 16th and M TblladelpUla Uouse. Penn6ylvnla Ave. jlortnwefit. - - - BATUKAY, March 23rd, 1889. jLiOcals. FoK.KEST ROOMS. RuOtt55 T?w Rknt with or rvith nnt board, 1135 9 8t D. w. .. ! fob work done at the Bee I office". &'JaDd nsPect" -mom bouse with all uodern Improve m'. "pply t W. A. Stewart 10th and Fst. n.tf. Mr J. "VV Waddleton has been presented with a fine girl. Tho exerciiei at the Mt. Car mel Lyceum last Sunday vrere very interesting. Ex Co...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 March 1889

nrw..- -i a-v--rp Jrs-"' r 'jjc --- iiiry - ": . , -iv . w - i --tv.. s -- -TRS1 &- J TAKE NOTICE The paeons of the Deis must pay fcr all adve-'iisementp, in the way ot notice, de:i:he. marriages. &c. 1.j matter nf a j-erponal nature will be inserted unless it if pai'd. for. and ffffmgfA ?nP!iu.nniiKii ceeuhemII s BSkbV CIWlP .1 I flfllEittiekbl UiNliVKUW In coniplcta form, by the best authors NorelliU, Fostt Historians, and Geuernl Writer, aloosi circa awaj-. Printed Irom new tjps m0i paper. .. GU UNEQUALED OFFER. e To all new sabKrlbers ry'ns one 7 la adraicc) t&6 to all old snbucribcrs psyliit their account to date and on Ttkr to advance, we ni J ead frc-o onj UO books In tha following- Uiu We atoo oner tho booti for sals at ths fellowlnr MARVELOUS PRICES o Abt SbookH for lO cnU Tor a cent. 18 fw U eenta, or anv 40 boas mailed at one Umo for $1.00. Sent bv mall, prepaid, to any address, on receiptor prtoa. SlMipt taken, but coin currency, or fOttal note preferred. On ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 March 1889

xr " rnn- Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cenlss jff- VOL. VII. - WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 30. 1889. No. 44. fTKTJS BUSSKY, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF INTERIOR General Gyrus Bussey, who has been appointed by the President to J be Assistant Secretary oi tne in tenor, was bom in Hubbard Tram s '' ' '4'6&&F5$''''' bull County, Ohio, where his fath 05 was a Methodist minister. Yi uug Busey began his business carriT in Dupant, Indiana, where be started on his own account at i he cju ly age of sixteen. In 1858 he was elected to the Indiana Leg lsl.'tuie as a Democrat and in the same yeai was a delegate to the eon vent ion held in Baltimore, which in minuted Stephen A. Doug hiss lor President. He served with pi cat distinction during the war. At the outbreak of hostilities he was- appointed to the command of ibe militia iu the southwestern part oi Iowa with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He gained promotion by hard seivice, was mentioned sever al times in dispatches tor s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 March 1889

' "-. f t-we - r l ? & & K ifUirafll fJHnS The BEE. PuWiBhel every Siturday at 1109 I slree aorthwesl, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, &s Second Class mail matter. WHAT THE COLORED PEO PLE JSKED. The most important matter which now engages the attention of colored people as regards the policy of the administration in its distribution of federal patronage is, in what manner will it dis pense patronage to its colored supporters? Knowing the tem per of Mr. Harrieon and believing that he has the best interests of the colored people at heatt, wo venture to suggest a tew thoughts i on the suVject. In the first place it is desirable that the progress of the colored people be substantial and so conditioned that it may operate as a positive proof against the popular charge of shifth ssness; secondly, the charge of incompet ency must be removed by positive proot of its injustice. In the next place these proofs should operate to the satisfaction of t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 March 1889

'jr m rfHB BTSE " ALTHOlilZED AGEN'TS. KAST WASHINGTON. xv r..wler. 31S 3rdS. E- J. ,s fr adveitlsinp furmsned on appli Eh. .,!.:!" " ' " a(lvertiBeinents will not ra -a""" ... . nrice. All remittances "" ,-made by dmfU postal money order s-' ,U-"h , Ustcred letter. Money forwarded eil! heAvay. isatthe sender's risk. In ! "r'.'JonevuUaniountandwhatitiafor sB ' inters, etc, should be ad-Jressed BEE JPCBL.ISHIXG, CO. Washington D. 0 1st ISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1 ;'. '- r . v.W., WASH.. D. KJ. -vilfEK THE BEE CAN BE HAD. ... - i..c 5 IK Svd street. 8. e. i-r..r. ' w- fUWlcl"! '".""" ;u . ,,... rulk.-tV'S, oueen, uOT ... 4 hn'Uin tOtYt OTlf? 1 T,V'Sl. , w !:..iu-r, "rugs 1st corner 16th and M I 4 ,,, .i,.:..hta House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. rt: wvsl. STrUDAf,, March 30thf 1889 jUocals- V.r"kET-ROOMS. fUtlHi',rd.lTl35 9stn. w. y:r-t ela-s jl u0r done a ,e EE 7 room - ,, i.nn-o with all " odern improve ;,;;yi W. A. Stewart 10th aDdPst. u w n Mrs 2uktns is out again. L'(v. Lm-ket of Miles C...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 March 1889

IT It 'r pi ft r.r JSE MllZi m Wm L3 r. a . I 4 I Edward R. Droop, 920 Penn. ave., calls attention to h s 1 mre stock of STEIN WAY Chase & Gambler, Whet Jock, Briggs, Behninsr, and other PIANOS ! Storv and Clark, Ooiuh and Warren ORGAN. Wonderful Aeolian Orsan. irold 011 ii stallments exchaiignl, rented, ivpalied, tuned, niovid, an stored Violi'.is.Banjos, nd Guhnrc. Strings a ppclatj Sheet music and m pica raor 'cliandueattheold stand, 925 Pa. ave. Feb. 23, tf. DAXIBL FREEMAN SOD in YORK ME MBTHWEST. Portraits enlaiged m Crayon, Oil. and Pasted. Old pictures made new. ARTISTIC WORK OP ALL INSCRIPTION. PLAIN. P1C10R1AL AND BUSINESS SIGNS. Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. Jan. 12th I y. R. E. ST0V.LL-JOHN II. PAYNTER, K. E STOVALL & CO. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES AND TEAS A SPECIALTY. 1BDZ am STREET KOBTHWEST SSS Solitl Gold Watch. Sold for S I OO. until latily. Bet: $v watch in the world. Perfect timekeeper, war-. rained, wttxj bona Gold illuming ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1889

r Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. vm Wl 5 cents per copy. VuU '1L WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1889. No, 45. 1 i V W jHImW'4 vi MRS W. H. H. MTLLER. Mr V. H. D. Miller, wife of the irtoiVwv General, was a Miss Ger frnd.'Be.anc! was born in Ohio, I t moved ra.ly in Hie to Vernon, Oneida Co., N. Y., where she re eled until -he was married to Mr. jfJer. When the partnership be tween her husband and Mr. Har rison was foimed their two ladies also became very iuiimate and for eighteen years have been friends and neighbors. She is above med ium height, is plump, but not fleshv, and has a most pleasant lace and expression. Iu manner she is direct and unaffected and dresses quite simply, though iu ex cellent taste. She has a warm, oiotheily heart, and her home was one of the pleasantest in. Indianap olis. She is a very busy woman, aud is randy seen without some bit of needle work in her hand. Mrs. Miller is a Presbyterian and has always taken a prominent part m church affairs and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1889

C3-f- ,. r- 4- - Vf" r 'Me in'& 3ffl 53s iS l.iliOe KB T"; ffl Kt t .v tTT the "'- X3f V Pub 6vied every Siturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, D. C. niered at the Post Office at "Washington D. CM as Sec mi C'ass m til matter. t AN EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION. In last weeks issue, we took occasion to urge the importance, of an equitable distribution of Federal patronage among the col ored pejile upon such a basis a5 will insure the largest race benefit and most widespread satisfaction We argued that the be-towal of many small flices would do more god in tr.e way of substantial help and race advancempnt than the bestowal of a very few large ones. We claim that some of our colored aspirants objected to this plicy, on the ground that it sub stantially waived all claims to due honors which should rightfully accrue to the colored people by reasun of their party fidelity and fitueas. They urge that em lu ment i3 not the only thig neces sary to satisfy the colored people. That the ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1889

tub :bse " AUTHORIZED. AGENTS. GAST WASHINGTON. p-iAr 318 3rd S, E. r V. ru - , for advertising farnisned on appll callon. M-- AU reKlittance8 -lrSu Postal moneyorder 611 ,U' Vr otemlr. Money forwarded eS"r o her way. Is at the sender' risk In i-reOTntMid,riiatitiitor to BEE P J BUSHING, CO. Washinulon D. 0 pVp.LTSHED EVE11Y SATURDAY AT IW I ST.. K. WASH..D. C. "'"v iifiRE THE :BEE CAN BE HAD. Bwt v. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. MVoiketj-s. M Street, between 12th and "j R1 KeUer,' Druggist corner 16th and M Blreet.Norttwest. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jiortnvest. SATURDAY. April 6th, 1889 locals. FoR.HENTT-ROOMS. Rooms For Kent with or with out board, 1135 9 at n. w. ffir-t ca-sjol) work done at the Bee offic" t'ftlJ'J i,CPect - mom lmnse vritli all modem Improve X Apply to NV-A- Stewart 10th and Fat. n. w. jlev. Luckett of Miles Chapal will open a lyceum soon. Her. C Lambert has accepted the call to the 2ud liapt., church in Ottawa, Iowa and left Wednesday eve., the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 April 1889

,V ' m m IBS TMr?L aaataVMiiff rapissc net Edw.trd P. Droop, q25 Penn. ave., calls attention to Irs 1 nee stock of STEI2STWAY Chase & GamU-r, Wheelock, Brigg, Behnini?, and ot.Ir PIANOS ! Storv ad Clark, Ooucfc. and Warren OKGAN- Wonderful Aeolian Orgaan. old on i:"s a'liuentF, i0cchang1, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, aid stored Violins, Bhhjop, and Gnit:rs. Strngs a pprci Ity. Sheet music and mrica mer chandise at the old stand, 925 Pa. ave. Feb. 23, tf. DAKIEL FREEMAN. 300 NEW YORK HEME M1TMST. Portraits enlarged m Crayon, Oil, and Pasted. Old pictures made new. ARTISTIC WORK OF ALL DISCRETION. PLAIN, PIC10R1AL AND BUSINESS SIGNS. Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. Jan. 12th ly. K. E. STOYALL-JOHN H. PAYNTER, R. E STOVALL & f 0. STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES AND TEAS A SPECIALTY. 1111 201 STBEET MDBIHWEST PATC Mi 8S Selld Geld WctdLl m kllTlB HohirorKiee. until lauir. IrJEII IJt 885 vratch in tea world. atsKBfcWEM rartscl tuataeeper. wu- r aaVejBal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 April 1889

.tjygr -yw- ..T 'C? "T -el(Wt7sfjBFe'', V - , f . r-i I Terms. $2.00 Per year In Advance. tl?M La t 5 cents per copy. 3 ft WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1889. .a m VOL.VJL No, 46. s i ni '-trv -r-" y Hi lJM M&4 fc & w F "cHAKLES E. MITCHELL. Pharlw E. Mitchell, the newly ,i ed Gummisssioner of Pat t tl nwminen t resident of New t man Connecticut, and tne !Swidelv known patent attorney J" fflfli ' ; Vj.it England. He was born in 1$T and after receiving his pre raratorv education at Wiliston Academy he graduated at Brown rmverFitt in the class of 1861, and then attended Albauy Law School, where lie took his degree m 1804. He settled in New Britain where he soon gained prominence m the department of patent laws lor wnicn Ins special studies had well qualifi ed him. Jn 18G9 he entered into partnership with F. L. Hungerferd under the name 01 jmucneu auu illniijjerferd. During the last twen ty, years he has been connected with nearly all famous patent suits d is frequently...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 April 1889

3T-3"Trsr w $r?zm-$eK. jpggjettxA'wv nt ,-- j-'t! 2-pt ", ra -i iiBvafjflg?. e- v ""? y. - "-- .f L HB t 13 : m t 1 MB Ml a K-l ItfL M r- it 6 i Sf n &t ptataa t i m: St-i till The BEE. PubMs'ied every Siturdiy at 1109 I siree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the PoBt Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. THF PRESIDENT AED NE GRO. The un seemly haste which some of our contemporaries have Bbown id criticising the President for not appointing colored men of prominence to lueurative positions is, in our judgement, aH unwise aB it is unfair The President ha9 gone upon record and he will either staud or fall by that record. His public utterances both before and since his elevation to the presidency, contain assurances in respect to his administration of his high office which must be ac cepted as the Bincere utterances of an honest man. Until proveu to be otherwise. Up to to day the presi dent has been in office forty three days. He has beeu confronted by grave...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 April 1889

THE 33EE """" AL-fHOKIZED AGENTS. fcST WASHINGTON. t ,i HdveiUbiuB furnisned on appU t it, iny price. All remittances -e 'f'Lle by draft, postal money order --J 'Mihted letter. Money forwarded x:t !...way is at the sender's risk. In ' ' f "mono "l'e amount and what It Is for r' ' T i Rtmctlv stated. s& iJ,J UL rl etc , should be ad-dressed A' to HEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington "D. O PTRI IHEd'bVBUT SATURDAY AT "ii nf.BE THEBBBCAN BE HAD, , i" W Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. ?u I V kyb, Hi Street, between 12th and 1 j Vi''DrussiBt corner 16tb and M .lrWt Noitiivrest. Pt a.i.li.hta House, Pennsylvania Ave. jjjr. webl. SATUKA April 13th, 1889. " locals. PoOM5111 Wlth r ifll"" out tard, H35 9 st n. w. Vrt Hasjob work done at the Bee . i. oil ninrlprn imnrove. ; !i?h jJV w- A' Stewart 10th and Fst. IN U V. Wanted at this office a young uau to make himself generally use ful. jr Tim. Edwards read a paper before Hie Mt. ttirmel Lycuiui ,ast Sunday. Mi B-ow n an old resident of this city ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 April 1889

T$ sfe! iA I m Km r il I Edward F. Droop, 920 Penn. ave., calls attention to his 1 irsie stock of STEIN WAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Belinins, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, vucli and "Warren ORGANS Wonderful Aeolian Orgaan. Sold on installments, exchangpd, rented, repaired, tuned, movvd, and stored Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strngs a specllty. Shet music and rasica mer chandise at the did stand, 925 Pa. ave. Feb. 23, tf. DANIEL FREEMAN. 300 SEW YORK HEME HIBTHWEST. Portraits enlarged in Crayon, Oil. and Pasted. Old pictures made new. ARTISTIC WORK OF ALL DISCRIPTION. PLAIN, PIC10R1AL AND BUSINESS SIGNS. Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. Jan. 12th 1 y. K. E. STOVALL-JOHN H. PATNTER. R. E STOVALL & CO, STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES AND TEAS A SPECIALTY. IIB! 2DTH STREET HOBTHWEST s&r, Solid Qoii Sold forSSIOO. until Ilest 555 watch in the Perfect timekeeper. ranted. Heavy Solid Gold llunling cases. Both ladle land cents sizes, wit...

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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