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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 May 1889

1 C '-O . . : - - ItsT . . II I I I- ! I I . .. ... ' " Terms. $2.00 Per year in idvance. VOL. VIL .AND- 1 ramatic Comp'y, Assisted by Baltimore's greatest Mu-h'al Stars, viz: Miss Henriet ta lWl, LisB -lice Green and tn9 great Phonetic Quartette, accom panied by the famous Monumen tal Orchestra, introducing the Drama, viz: Tlie Tempter, and the Peoples favorite play, TTlxe Statue. At Grand Army Hall, 1412 Pa. Av bet, 14 & 15 sts., n.w. Kavv yard cars and Herdics pass the door. Monday Evening, June 3rd 1889. In the interest of the Butler Infan try Corps. Washington, D, O., May 1, '89. Mr. J. 13- Draper, musical director of Ebenezer Choir, Dear Sir : We have been appoint ed by the Butler Infantry Corps as a committee to ask you to repeat your wonderful play, "The Statue," in the interest of our company, Juue 3d, 18S9. Respectfully yours, Capt. Alexouder Oglesby, Lieuts. Tasker, Thompson, and Rebinson, Oapts. Robert Green and Geo. Lew is, Sergeant Majors C. Brown and W. Herrin, Se...

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. — 25 May 1889

syziFFf& rnri" "?-2tT f Zwiap&fqScp, 5-n3?s r PB The .yA Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree -orthirest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. B. K BRUCE. "While words of commendation are going the rounds aod Messrs. Lynch and Towusend are enjoy ing the lions share, it seems to us fit and proper to call atteution to the fact that there are others of tne race whose consistent behavior iu all respects entitles them to the support and admonition of the colored people. Foremost anion the persons refered to, is the Hun. B. K. Bruce. His record as a pub lic man and officer, together with his entire acceptability to the people of all sections, North aud South, all suggest the propriety of recognition consistent with his ability aud influence. Mr. Bruce has sec an excellent example be fore the race. When he was called upon to act in the role of a states man and legislator he did so with a modesty and appropriateness which ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 May 1889

THE iBT&E EAST WASHINGTON. J. W. FowlerS ttdS.J5. " r..ltHKme furnisned on appll calion. eftC,U pnce. All remittances be inserted an 5 money order 0U,d bt BtoredStr. Money forwarded ,H be distinctly stated. 8bAf letters, etc,, should be ad-lressed to BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washhmton D. 0 pnrtJSHED EVEllY SATURDAY AT '"aiRE THE BEECAN BE HAD. r w Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. M'lilkelys. Al Street, between 12th and l3j H.tener,U Druggist corner 16th and M itrcet,NortllWeBt' Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jjortnwest. SATURDAY, May 25th, 1889 Liocals. - - ' ' FoR REST-ROOMS. Rooms For Rent with or with out board, 1135 9 at n. w. Pirt claB job work done at the Bee office! Call and inspect. FOK RET one large front room with or without board, no. I7O2 L st n. w. reference required. Apr. 20-4t. Wasted at this office a young man to make himself generally use ful. Persons desiring to subscribe for tlie Bee are requested to aeud their Dames direct to the office. Don't go out of to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 May 1889

'l .'-f s m $100 BE WARD. $00 The readers of the (pat in name of paper) will W pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that scienceliaa been able to cure in all its stages, andv that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only postive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional" disease, re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh. Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giv ing the patient strength, by build ing up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The proprietors haye so much faith in ts curative powers, that they offei One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J, CHBNE1 & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. TAKE NOTICE The patronB of the Bei must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. N"o matt...

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

-r W - ,' n - IVras. S 100 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. i in, WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1889. NO. 1. V f i " j. ." . 1VV i i t0-' - r. nrne y Q PA mHutie CompV. j r f S ' ; y Baltimore's greatest -tVs, viz: Miss llenriet-..- Alice Green and the ' 'icic Quartette, accom v hs famous Mouumeu m, introducing the .. IVUs favorite play, Tin aCK.e. N.i M mi'MM A A ;UJ ttVSMV K rs.fi fisi y uecikk; , 14 & losts., 11 .w. pass wis and Uerdics he door. June Zrd 1889. i.i 1 ''!, ;'toiieft f the 'I Tl '.iMsrton. D Butler Infan Mi. V 1 w C, May 1, '89. :'. Drjpor, musical director : mjBHT'OIioir, WVlhave been appoint- he Gutter Infantry Corps as ;iUiPt'0 ask you to repeat ndeifu3 (play, uThe Statue," !iimsfc ot our company, Expect fully yours, . Alvxouder Oglesby, Lieuts. . iUontpsou, and Rebiuson, KoliiTt Green and Geo. Lew ;. ,mt Majors C. Brown and . i in, Sergeants A. Riggeuey l.son Peed. , 5S9. above named orchestra and hereby wishes to announce that Prof. J. W. Bowie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 June 1889

I Krai w mi IMiS If LiVMt; -i r,-j W WV Bi BZiffil ?Hl 4 B?. m Tbe BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree orthwest, Washington,. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second ClasB mail matter. WHAT WE EXPECT. The question, has often occured to the colored citizen as to wheth er the republican party, as we were went to regard it, has not drifted somewhat from its moor ings. As we are taught to regard it, republicanism encompases all that is fair andjast in govern ment. It meanB ciYil and politic cai equality, honeBty, fairneBS and protection in all the various ap plications to just and proper gova ernmeut. It champions the cause of universal enlightment, freedom of speech and of thepreei, full and fair criticism of administrative, judicial and executive methods and exercises and maintains a fos tering care of every political and social force which may tend t trengthen and purify the hod? politic. And the party which has declared these doctrines haB pledged itself...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 June 1889

W&fS&Ja?'' , ,7 .a".:r-w -,-. .; ,i, 'aj-rr,V'-C ' s;1-- ; JM? "'"',Igr. DP'&5!C-45V'?";35f' J. w. rIlE 33"fcSE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. T WASHINGTON. .I. SIS 3rdS. E. rZvi rumisneaonappU rsueieb foX HblenaverLiftements will not 5 rrHy Pe. All remittances Cl in ?,, postal money order o!d ' l" alter. Money forwarded P6('r v battue sender's risk. In iv othei a ; aftuountaud otitis lor Jin" mi'"--' , Hrfc.. Bliould Ue ieuej -- A ad-dressed 10 pvE PL'BUSHIXG. CO, Wasbiuu .nrn FVEUT SATURDAT i! T H9 1 A " VasuimUon T. C AT -rtfEL'IHEBBBCANBBIlAD, rtllt1- J , ,,- .,..,1 otreet. s.e. FowiciB, -- . , m Street, between 111 "" corner 16th and 31 Prof. J- v 0r. l' b .. ... VTPbt. 10-V"' . T.riiraii6t ""tadclpbia House, 81S Pennsylvania ATe jfortoweBl and had it not been for the rain the church would have been pack ed. It is hoped that the Public Prin ter will reinstate Mr. F. L. Fallon, formerly employed in the office un der the late Mr. Kouuds and was discharged by Mr. Benedict. Mr. Fal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 June 1889

r umijwpH i.xin MPwi"Ufii9pgfvi pag F'T????'-?- T -""""j lWr '-ZC'VtZ-V A .IJJA --- 7 "SB? -V? - ijfr wj j r n " -r ' wMtmmmmmmmmBmasmsammKmmmBfmmammmmmmm' TAKE NOTICE Thepa'rons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Pciin. ave., Calls" attention to Irs 1 usu stock of STEIN WAY Chase & GanaU-r, Whcolock, Briggs, Bciiiiinsr, awl other PIANOS ! Story -id Clark, Omh-Ii and Warren ORGANS Wontlct ful Aeolian Orgnan, Sold on ins'aUmtmts exchanged, routed, repaired, tuned, movtd, and stored. Violins, Banjos and Gnitaw. Strngs a specialty . Sheet music ami tns ca mer chandise at the old stand, 925 P. ave. Feb. 23, tf. WHERE TO BUY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. e. South Washington : Dr. S. A. Sumby, E bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. and Rev.R. S. Laws, 316 H st. s. w. Northwest: Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 June 1889

J -s Jf M&W -a . M Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VoL. VIIL WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889. NO. 2 WALKER BLAINE. Wiluor Blaine appointed Exami , l Claims in Ibe State Depart ment. i theseooud son of James G. jj- lim Secretary of State, and was 1 - &z&:& $&$$&' mni ji1" Augusta, Me. in 1855. He ,,r.iM'l his preliminary education jiTiiJovtM Seminary was graduated a ale and took the Course at Har .ul Ltw School. To obtain a bet 'el iiHticnl knowledge of law be sji. i two years iu the oliie of Sen ;i ..i invus, oi St. Paul Minn. He ua- N'cnml Assistant Secretary of S-.iti- during his fat bin's secretary Mult uiider Garfield and afterwards was appointed Assistant Attorney d' tin Alabama Claims Commission In Pi rsident Arthur where be re M.jiuid three years uutil the term of tin Com mission expired. Four ii! ago be opened a law office in Ci'icajio, contiuuiug to practice bis iii(smoii there until be closed bis ml , returned home and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 June 1889

i - ?- mw fS'. mk i imm y A. r- -t -r Tie BEE. rE 5g8 y ?WVv i r. T . I Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. OUR REPRESENTATIVE. In another column of this pa per will be seen an interesting iia terview with one of our represen tatives had with Hon. H. P. Cheatham, Congressman elect from North Carolina. Mr. Chat ham entertains the same views that we have often expressed, relative to the President and the Negro, and is also of the opiuion that the President will not adopt any special policy tor the South. A national election law, sayB Mr. Cheatham, will be euacted by our next Congress. Mr. Cheatham gives a graphic description of the frauds practiced against him in a district where the republican ma jority is over 15,000 which was reduced to 700. It is evident that the democrats of North Caro lina intended to steal the entire state by the m03t fraudulent means. There is one thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 June 1889

V S-"""" Tgt&n. rjf flE . mwrvsf " ., nmRlZED AW2J .lli"v J. . CAST WASlHSGTOy. j.0vler, " 'V: Cv price. All remittees b,n. -.--- oui money uiuci unuk, pw- - Money lorwarueu cnripr'B risk. In EbMB Ci 0IJ' Hi ...,.,. b 1 T(- JllC-" " 6U,U,.( stored letter. Piii"' ' lent the ' " 'rlle'aiiiouiitandvliatltlBfor sfL-i-1" ... ...,mr-stated, 6b dibt ji-t:-. etc,, Bbould be ad-JreBBed 10 i'LE PUBLISHING, CO. r , ufi) EVERY SATURDAY AT FowieiB, oio " oww-, . Si m .Street, between izui " Vs1' ,mx, H TW Druggist corner ww " rrif. J ...... l'tJ1k'1 b u -'5 , h. I!ir "ouse, 318PennBylvanla Ave. 8A'LTR1AY June 8th, 1889 ynRHlCST-ROOilS. i or wi out board, 1185 9 st n. w. v r t cl.-i-5 jb w0rk done afc the BEE officii raJli in)liCt irn JJE.VT one large front room with riioin uu. -" " " FOK SALE, ou $5 monthly iu sunientr, a real nice 7 octavo PJAJN'O, rosowoud ease well made frubroidered cover aud stoJ thrown in. 0t,ly 100, or S7 cash down. IVmWs Piano Warerooms. 521 11th St., Near F St. Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 June 1889

? lVW -. t TAKE NOTICE The patrons of tbe Bee muBt pay for all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deatbe, marriages, &e. Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Peun. ave., calls attention to h s 1 irze tock of STEIN WAT Chase & Rawbl r, Wheelock, Briggs, Beiinimr, and other ' PIANOS! Stojy and Clark, Otuu-lx and Warren ORGANS Wonderful Aeolian Onraan, Sold on ii s'a lniont6f exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos and GniUtrs. Strugs a spechi-ty S ieet music and ns ca mer chandise at t!ie old stand, 925 P. ave. Feb. 23, tf. WHERE TO BUY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31 S 3rd street s. a. South Washington : Dr. S. A. Suniby, F bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. and 3lpv.lt. S. Lmws, 31Gfl at. s. w. Northwest: Dr. Be'der, 16th and M stieuts ; Oapt. W. P. Giay 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12ih and 13th ets.: Ohas.Bealle, cor. 13th and II sts.; Philadelphia House 348 Pa. Ave. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 June 1889

" if'"" ' M K . . 4 1 - J . 1 J I (. 'Mi 1 L IT Ht ) r i l - V ,C.I rf $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents s sopy. -.1 fp Terms. Washington, d. a, Saturday, june 15, 1889. NO. 3, V . ff.ll,. VIII. i "tyW US- ,.ns WINDOM, WIFE 01 M KliTAUY W1ND0M. OF SEC Mr Wimlom, wife of the Secret ;ii nndnnnh- i-.i... ri'.'nKiii . win u !""- W ;,.,.. one of tl.J most promi pwwMit administration, as she .L - .,.-. -v i. uviv renins Re necessiu.Y lu a, kJei of society. Although a pjml mother she is yet young look- ' and is considered handsome. sili'i-. of medium height and of Nifiiilcr. graceful form, her eyes are y.u.. ,i'il expressive, her hair is iln brown and she is a perfect iiistivvt of the ait of dressing, s ic imputes a new acquaintance a Ii-:iij; resoivd and a little difli n!t i approach, but her maimers arecliaiming and she is withal so (Vumrh -graceful, that she wine in.'iids everywhere. Her lather was inr Qftv years f nrp!r.irit)na"l minister and lived ;d iw Hampshire and it "was ihi'.p t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 June 1889

PrriSkmBX!SneSKBBKSSSBBvWk.j&mWBmw3m7!vi wf !g!. ves JT ..t --:t ? , . . : - - -. - r . , s - k -." "''' " -,-,.--. - Yr 111 Sat r iI . r. BS1 w - The BEE. $ZF Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington,!). C. ntered at the Post Ortlce at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mall matter. VM. E. CHANDLER, As we predicted some time ago that Hod. Win. E. Chandler would be renominated, the republican caucus ot the New Hampshire Leg islature met Thursday evening and by 125 votes, Mr. Chandler re ceived the republican nomination. The great defender of the rights of the oppressed Negro will be return ed again to the United States Se nate. Mr. Chandler stands to-day the greatest champion of the civil and political rights of the American Negro and not since the days of Charles Sumner have we had such a true defender. Mr. Chandler will return to the city next month and on his return he will be sere naded by the citizens of this city, under the auspices of the John Sherman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 June 1889

3-ffT'' - 4' 5iv jf'-.ttr ' -" St -W,5Tr te w jpSsFi ' fi J. W rriE: iBiSE .r.i R-KNTS. Ai-riioK-B'w t r SIS 3rd S, !'--TTIwiib rornwncaonappn -li.loiiaveitlinentwino. vr. ; - price, ah r i4 . .",imft. postal mouej uu iiihk- v ,... forwarded " .. .juj '.nor. "'"""' r- .n,i(SK'in" j.M ' . ... MfmiT U7M hnW '' ' fiurffi .viw-. , , -. ,n--" , i, Kftmlcr'B nsK. in ...lw.1- Witt. ,h "l "" . ,.. I C fT- .-v the amount una wuun H.disu.v aJ. addreBBod ' i8l till letters. c should, bo $ft .., miMtl.ISHlNG, CO. " Washlnuton B. 0 - 'I -mm FVEKYSATURDAT AT "tv.. washed, a -;;VnK riii'iS'cAN be had, , V Fowlers, 818 3rd street, s. c. 1,rt jtu.-ivK. M Street, between 12th and rnH'DnBt corner 16th and M ,,,,Ci.drt,I ouse, 348 Pennsylvania Ave. jjortnwest- SATCK1AV, June loth, 18S9 locals. HE SAID SO. The Bee is of the- opinion that Hon. Fred Douglass is rich enough to do with out an office. In the language of Mr D. Uow do you know? ORIGINAL HARRISON MAN. The oriainal Harrison man among col ored Re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 June 1889

ik TAKE NuTICE The patronB of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ko matter of a persoual nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, cflo P'nn. avc, calls attention to hs Luge stock of STEINWAY Chase & GambliT, Whcelock, Briggs, Belining, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Omk-Ii and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orgaan, Sold on installment?, exchanged, rented, repahed, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjo?, and Guitars. Strugs a ppeclalty Sheet music and ms ca mer chandise at the old stand, 925 P. ave. Feb. 23, tf. WHERETO BUY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. e. South Washington: Dr. S. A. Sutnby, F bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. andllev.R. S. Laws, 31GH st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Oapt. W. P. Gray' 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th cits,; Ohas. Bealle, eor. 13th and H sts.; Philadelphia Eouse 31S Pa. Ave. Can always be obtai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1889

'' 1?.' -V V tjrt-T-BF! -aev?s?P X- -J-- HftOfalK . -,r . 5 cents per copy. VOL. VIII. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 22 1889. NO. 4. 'tW i - T-fV - Wi f Mt lm&W m fc tJmUW "er year in Advance. TS0MAS H. SBifiKftii wx, SUL TO LIVERPOOL. Thomas n. Sherman, who hap ';..tri Hnnsul to Liver- bS Knlaiicl, is to be congratula ted I nponBhaving secured so valua- ble a prize, this consulate being certainlv one of the most important in the whole consular service. Liv erpool is one of the greatest sea faring ports of the old world and all men in the merchant marine ser vice have therefore a specially lively interest in this part. Mr. Sherman's salary hitherto has been 1800 a year, that of the Consul to Liverpool is G000 dollars, with fees making in all probably more man twenty thousand dollars yearly, Mr. Sherman was Jborn in Bucks port, Me. in 1842 and was educated at the common schools and at the Mini a nnnfftrp.ncft seminary, in a very high estimate upon his mor al worth and public s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1889

SMM? -;:i?ni (i" W'W'3 HI -..:k' -ifc"!..9-y'- m " "'. w t.siviie v BEL lite N. '-r: ? .JP& , jwjAt -A - X. -.:. -! "& y PubMB ed every suurdv at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D.C., asSecmd C aBS mall matter. WHAT WE WANT. There are some white Ttepubli- Rcana in this city and country who prefer to deal with ignorant and incompetent Negroes because they are more pliable and more easily hoodwinked The D part men ta here at Washington con tain many such Negroes who are the willing tt ols of a certain class ot white men who estimate the NegrotB' ability by what they see of the class ieferred to Th pet ty positions around the depart ments at Washington Buch as messengers and laborers places are given to many of this class of Negroes not fur any service that they have rendered the B,vpubli can party or could render it, not because they are legal voters in any ot the states, or because they take an active part iu the political aii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1889

$r p?) 'v- i ' ffljrl J,-' Tp' r;wi- ' mtk" f. - wy.'V7tjw'j"ejP'' TpHIS BE ALTH0BIZED AGENTS- EA5T WASB0- L .. i)btectloutti"ett" ..omittances ,atSOU- - . ..,. nrlCC A" k-" ..., al tttij I J remittances la in1181 x Ara.fi postal money order i " ,? Mouey forwarded -n lUi B"K or regime" - nHpr,s riBb. In e'.P1 ....wttv. lsatvue oc - B.Mbtered letter. ther wi . 3 " . t- I In frtr ..hi ui o-i-in wuanu" jm ..flvi.he amiiu"" sending w . 6t&td. . ,uiiieu,D" . .Hnid be aa-areuBcu ill A. letter. etc,, should to HLE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 - , KHFD EVEUT SATURDAY AT rFSe'bee"can be had, r xv Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. Fr0f'Polyb. M Street, between 12th and corner 16tn and M 1":.-: iH-narfet . VorUJest jiortmre61 TCRDAYy116 22ud 1889 locals- WF understand it a Sewing Ma- chin,, for ram") .. d -'- . f noiseless as id as cheap populated by colored citizens, and pay more than necessary attention to another community because it is populated by the whites. Sunday whisky selling, cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 June 1889

sl?, m n 5W;)KWlSSBI ISflf ELMj Ifflflei H'ii Hffl BWJ isbe :;',.' TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee mu3t pay fcr all atlve-'tisements, in the way or notices, ueatns, marriages, &c Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Ptnn. uve., culls attention to liis 1 a 20. tock f STEINWAY Cliase & Gambler, Wheclortc, Briggs, Belmiiic, and otlier PIASOS! Story and Clark, 0urli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orjraan, Sold on installments 'xclanrd, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Guitars. Strngs a specialty Sheet muic and m s oa mer chandise at the old stand, 925 P ave. Feb.,23, tf. WHERE TO BUY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. 3. South. Washington : Dr. S. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4 sts., s. w. and Rev.R. S. Laws, 31G Q st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Belter, 16th and M streets; Oapt. W. P. Gray' 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th tits.; Cbas.Bealle, cor. ...

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