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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 June 1889

l"""""""?: - yerfg!!S'-S! c!C forms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents pr copy. uL. VIII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JUJSE 29 1889. NO. 5. WT?ffBIi,S'MPlSC(i,Pl mm ptipm Jip ASA C. MATTHEWS. the a E. Matthews n..,..i roller of the Treasury, was , ... lil;o. flillllltV. 111. J 22 m1. 133 and was educated first First ', was March at If L'e -rwS Lplwnan, then at Illinois Col- ami finally studied law with M l:ou Hay, being admitted to the i.ir in U5S, commencing his prac- ! at riusfield as partner of this .etitli-man. At the outbreak of Tin' Civil War he joined the 99th Infantry regiment as captain aud v.i-at the assult on Vicksburg in li."), where his regiment lost more iliaii a hundred men killed or oMiided. His superior officers were wounded early in the day and Captain Matthews took command of the regiment, leading it close to the enemy's works, planting its i-olors on their breastworks, when 1 iter on the Union line was driven hack, it saved the day by a desper a'.e charge. Col....

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. — 29 June 1889

aaaiaMiaaMaalaMi-T-lJ.aMMMaawavaaai!ljjajafaasjsaaS 'S5 "WftLrtW- it's m The Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, D. O. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. Cm as Second Class mail matter. THAT DELEGATION. Mr. C. F. MorriB, who called on the President two weeks ago, with MeSBrs. Smyth, Matthews, Wil liamB and others in the interest of Mr. Douglass, haB written us a letter which appears in this weeks issue of the Bee. Mr. Morris agrees with us in all we said laBt week with but one or two excep tious and we have as much right to believe lion. John H. Smyih, as we have to believe Mr. Morris, who is oue of the satelites of Mr Douglass. Mr. Morris is a very nice voung man, bat, his vain attempt to contradict what the Bee knows to be a fact will not do. We don't deny the fact that the president will not give Mr. Douglass an office, but, we do say Vhat he will not be made Record er of Deeds. The President may eee in Mr. Douglbss and otheis ot his kind, el...

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. — 29 June 1889

4t - MMMMHMMlMiMii THB DB"BE AL'TUOKIZED AGENTS CAS5T WASHINGTON. jic 2rd S. -E" J. Tisuie furnisned on appU e"- !" price. All remittances w mr;,Ulebv draft, postal money order 6houkl he l uel. Money forwarded fci; i vh "sat the sender's risk. In tne eamountandatltlsror eeiw,n- ..liuctiv stated. A,l leiiera. eit 10 vKE PUBLISHING, CO. 1,KU Washington D.O "iviif RE THE BEE CAN BE HAD, . i s Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. ?r' , ,u,i 'b. M Street, between 12th and StDriBt corner 16th and M . 0rtt:weKt. Thi'llP Wuw' 3i8 Pennsylvania Ave. jjortuwes- gTUUDAT. June 29th, 1889. locals. Dr Samuel Le Count Court is hPinff urged for Surgeon-in-charge of "hi VreednieuV, Hospital, -Mr Cheatham and Mr. J. H. . ,-, !!.; ...Armnnr fnr "Nnrrh Carolina. Air. Cheatham will re- turii iii a few days. )ue notice will be given in the dailv "Press" when the serenade to n'oii. William E. Chandler will take place. MissSallie Garner, was united ffltheboeds of holy matrimony to Mr. James 11. Handy at St. Aujju...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 June 1889

TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisement", iu the way ot notices, deuih?. marriages, &c. Iw matier of a personal nature will be inserted uule:8 it is paid for. Edward P. Droop, 9'2.r P mi. v, j&lU attention to Ins 1 size stock' of i STEIN WAY Chase & GrmilnVr, WK-i-Jo'ik, Brig;?, Behninir, ami opir PIANOS! Story and Clark, xMuh and Warren ORGAN. Womlftj ful A-di-m Oigaaii, Sold on instalments 'X.:lJUisr d, runU'ii, ropsmed, 1 nned, mov d, :H'd .-tored. Violins, Banjo?, it ml Guitars. Strn a -specialty Sheet miutfe and m? c:nnt't-Clumdi-e at the 11 stand, 925 P avc. Feb. 23, tf. WHERE TO BOY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 3 IS 3rd street s. a. South Washington: Dr. S. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4 sts., s. w. and liev.H. S. Luws, 31(f B st. s. w. Northwest: Dr. BclW, lGth and M streets; Capt. W. P. Giay1 loth near Lst. ; Mrs. Pukeiy, M bet 32. j and 13th dts,: Chas. Ben Ik, cor. 13th and H sts.; Philadelphia House 3 IS Pa. Ave. I Can al...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 July 1889

- f r 11 1 1 It $& V ;llt r 1 i , j-i Tcrins.T2.00 Per year ta Adrance 5 cents per copy. WL. V1IL WASJfflTGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889. :no.6. FREDERICK DOUGLASS. Vred. Douglass was born a slave Jf white father) at Tuckahoe 2d about 1817. When about years 01 age ma maDl u nine Xniu to one of his relatives, from irhnm he received kind treatment and learned to read and write. In $1 he was purchased, by a .Balti more shipbuilder, and employed first as a waiter on the workmen, and afterwards as a ship caulker, pacing his owner $3.00 a week and retaining the remainder of his earn ings. After serving in this way for some years he made his escape in Sept. 1S38, and reached New Bedford, Mass. Encouraged by Win. Lloyd Garrison, in his efforts at sell educatiou he soon developed such power as an orator that the opponents of slavery felt that he could serve their cause as a public lecturer. In 1841 he was employed by the American Anti-Slavery So ciety as one of their lecturers and s...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 July 1889

,i9?rM453eHw - r.ass-ViSks. tm w (i!K U Ii t . .T-rrf WJ I! hiiJ 4I frs; i im a rfS tiff M P5 II fT 4 ISi St I mp i" si Til BEE. -'- PnbMs'ied every SnunUv at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. Htered at the Post Office at Washington D. C.t as Sec jui Class mail matter. STEPPED ON THE OTHER FELLOW'S CORNP. cord which should have retired him in honor. He will go to Hayci as an Amer ican diplomat. The eyes of the nation will watch -ever? step lie makes and he is in.duty bound to manage our American interest with accuracy aud diplomacy. On our front page will be found an ex cellent cut of our distinr-uishfd Ameri can. We wish him God speed and a safe return, al the expiration of his commis sion. The President lias sent htm where he will bothpr him nomore for the Recor dersbip, and the soul of the ambitions young politicians will now be at ease There is considerable wailing going on because of the acquittal of Dr. McDow at Charleston, S. C, for the killing of Dawson. The it. Y. H...

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

'f--Twr'-ia-. ?r ww; . T" the AUTHORIZED AGENTS. ..tioo. OWectlouabieaa remittanceB OWeci ""nodal any pr- " " ownr ue ju'" ir draft. POEM" iiiwuj ,MoW w mBd" "iT.rV Money forwarded re6ST7rta e aender' A. In cro""--raDdw'1"1 or t0 BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 -SetSeSeb can be had, , , W Fowlers, 318 3rd itreeL, b. c , 5ll eet, between 12U! and jSNrugglBt corner 16th and M .irtset.'sortnwefit. Pbiladdpiite House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jjoriueBt. SATURDAY, July 6tbt 1889. Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 20th, '88. -nr A T. Sliallenberger, u l unohftater. Pa., Dear Sir: I :u. ta Rav a word in behalf of vim wonderful Chill and Fever Pilis Some months ago a friend who kneir that my wife had been afllicted for mouths, sent me a package of your pills. I gave them to her and they cured her at once. A neighbor, Mr. Perry, had suffer ed with chills for more than a year, and bad taken Quinine until his hearing was greatly injured. See ing the cure wrought iu my wife's case, he procured a bottle of p...

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

A 1 m (W nv. I s-aKti m ml mm m t!altft TAKE NOTICE The patrons of tlie Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the .way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ko matter of a pergonal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Penn. nvc, calls attention to Ins 1 irpje stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, VVheeloek, Briggs, Behtiinjr, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Ooucli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orgaan, Sold on installment?, exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strngs a specialty Sheet music and mscamer chandise at the old stand, 925 P ave. Feb.,23, tf. WHERE TO BUY THE BEE. Eastr Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. e. South Washington : Dr. S. A. Sutnby, F bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. and liev.R. S. Laws, 316 H at. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Oapt. W. P. Gray1 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, RI bet 12th and 13th dts,; Ohas.Bealle, cor. 13th and H sts.; Phila...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 July 1889

iT fQr tf l i -.wW ; - "' Terms." $2-00 Per jiMinm v r." ff.ll.. VlH. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 3889. NO. 7. Ri& SSWi ? SlVS ,.r X. "f , V'VV l(ji:i)BGK LAIRD SHOUP. C.ouf-l tftU r""" .rnrv ui j.ei'-"- George Sboup, who bas ted Governor oi mu Idaho, was born in . .-.,f...iifT Hn. Teun.. Mumg. A"ar"vawfi,ti.ft K3t..bntremouu vnl to Illinois in lS52aud settled 'iiiit.il -simrg, where be remained 1-ri-wl in liirminff and stock rais- ii-; until b six years later went to (VI. ratio, where he became inter ested in mining enterprises. When the civil w,n broke out be entered Hip spivice in the Independent Scouts of C olorado. He was most 1 occupH"! in watching and fight,- :Z hostile Indians ana in fcept. vh he .i appointed Colonel of tiif- 3J Colorado Cavalry. In No vember of the same year be and fo troops had a successful engage ment with the Indians of Colorado, completely routing them, the red bkitis ha mg more than four hund red killed on the field, this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 July 1889

Mil ill im i B ss I "" r.- - it! 5 a M The BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. utered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Ciass mail matter. rection of Mr. Cleveland. The Bee lived and reigned through the whole democratic ad ministration and opposed honors .to unmerited gain. HON. WM. B. CHANDLER. "We assume that there is no man in "Washington so narrow minded so iufiuitesimally small intellectually as to envy Senator Chandler the tribute which thou sands of our colored fellow citi zens turned out on last "Wednes day night to him honor paid with grateful and sincere hearts. It was an outpouring of the populace which while remembering that he has not put off the armor, has not forgotten that he wears it worth ily and ib a brave and generous or our common enemy the Bourhon Democratic Party He has eutered the campaign against Democratic brutality and rascality with a fixed aud deter mined purpose to push 'the battle to the gates and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 July 1889

"tHE be M THOBIZED AGENTS. SAST WASHINGTON. rrtisiut' furnisneaonappU tiia" f0,(,nbie advertisements willnot - TC V P-ce. All remittances 'iTldebv draft, POBtul money order 6Uu!d 'h-- i e Mouey forwarded es"r78atlhe sender'8 risk. In the amount and what It is for ...,.-f WH.V. . OllV " tilftllffV ien:,;ediBt,nCtlVBUtd 6nu" All letted etc., Bliould be ad-dressed to PKE PUBLISHING, CO. 1 WasbhmtonD.C VrT NHBDEVEliT SATURDAY AT UBKT o.f j. w. MrKjMikt4y-B, ishimi"' 'liE BEE CAN BE HAD. Fowlers, 3 is "u bueci, d.c. M Street, uetweuu wm "v '1st corner lGth and M . u IU'1 '!'. i""oa- ,lreet.N"rtl,weSl" rbilft(,elphia House. 348 Pennsylvania Ave. jl.tfUiwest. SATUUUAY. July 13th, 1889. Washington, on his recent return to that city was worthy alike of him and them. His loyalty to us entitles him to our profoundest gratitude, and Editor Chase acted wisely and well in initiating the movement which resulted in giv ing the Senator such high and deserved consideration. It shows at least that the...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 July 1889

?I?&PV ;'fk"P 'yr- Acrr---'Sf 1tfQfgfK!iZFrt-m?9Cta if. -i, - fc, j-Tjr , " 'VrfcJe(,?? Sj$fcr3s-.v Tjprvsj" - -y7y f.rtwff sfjrN,"'' f yr-H -gsr --g 1;l t f vr ff' LJ W 10$ .TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee muBt pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Nd matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Penn. ave., calls attention to his large stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Behning, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, -Joucli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orgaan, Sold on installments, exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strngs a specialty Sheet music and mscamer 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, F bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. and llev.R. S. Laws, 31G H at. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 16th a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 July 1889

!Wfl : Terms" 2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. vol. vni- WASHING-TON, I). (J., SATURDAY, JULY.20,' 1889. NO. 8, VJ-JT " "l JX&W 1 r . . . iff, , r. aSll sCnUYLER, CONSUL UGEXKKAL TO EGYPT. Tiie appointment of Mr. Eugene vptuvlur as Assistant Secretary of Sttteinrs ith unanimous ap novaloriiHMiofbotli parties, and Jhe venlict is that Mr. Schuyler's Li-nMve experience as a diplomat tr'ill make lnm a power iu the office ofSecieurv of State Blaine. Kujjptjp Schuyler was born in Ithaca, N. Y , on the 26tu of Feb ruary, IS 10. and was graduated at Yale in 159, while pursuing his jiost fjiadunto studies witb two scholarships he had earned, be at tended the law school and assisted Pie-iuViit Paiker in the revision of AVebsters Dictionary. Later on be s'nduul law at Columbia College and in an ollice. He practiced snb spiiiMitly, but gave more attention to literature than to law, and his contiibutions to periodicals were frequent. He began bis diplomatic eari'i'i as Consul in M...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 July 1889

'Si'" ' r-.-, Ai;- "Sf -4. f- :' m m r c i "SSJ" r55aSJ -ri W ,--, te' HI E m W) I 31 ?.. $ The BEE. ' Published every Sunrdav at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. utered at the PoBt Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. MM REFLECTIONS. If the Civil Service Commission or a duly authorized CoogiTSS.on al Committee desiring to reform the present civil service which works so much injustice to really deserving people will visit incog Bome of the Bureaus of the vari ous Departments here where he office holding aristocrat is pre sumed to be at wuik laming his Balary, both or either of them will discover that they have made a mistake For they will find a great many of these bard (?) worked people promenading the corridors, reading novels at their desks, or busily engaged diicnss--ing im'ng ?ach other some weighty problem in politics or religion. Some of those Rniply ees 8re a dentructive set, and it ail arises troni the fact that the property they destroy belongs...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 July 1889

TOE 13 SE AlTliUKIZED AGENTS. J. JM W eASr wasiiisotos. , r SIS 3rd S. - r iftmif rti gnnll I llv.tllll luriJln'-" "" i !' J .... rice. All remaiauwn '"".'.'::: c.",;..r p-!- ?z ,.. "'y ibatthCBcmler'Brlsk. In ;;;;;; l;.,tdiuti.r Ali k-tiei-. etc,, bii 1,1 wabbinulon D. C 10 as a trustee for the claim of the late Mr. Bowen, was indebted to him for money loaned in the sum of $3,000, also that Mr. Gray as trustee did not. havesuffi ieut bond, &e. It was shown that Preston was not entitled to any money and that Gray's bond was alright. i i. for re nt-rooms. Rooms For Rent with or with out board, 1135 9 st n. w. Firt class job work done at the Bee office. Call and inspect. .,..,., mHEUKVKKY SATURDAY AT !ln"!lST..N.W., WASHED- C. ' 4. nf RK TliBBEB CAN BE HAD. , , NN Fowlei-B, SIS 3rd street, s. e. Z VnikAi ". M KUeet' betWeeU l2Ul alld 1"1 TLi-'iruBBiBl coruer 16th and M hiw-1 NrweBt in, 'l.klplia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. ,jirt: west. SATl?KlAT, July 20th, 1889. locals. lli-Ronl...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 July 1889

p irv tf453fctPqBnm"wim n n "wwppgw iiwffjwttafaftaaMBiaagtaBi -- .. - tt m-, t -j r ' ""sii JtttTlJ' TAKE NOTICE The patrons of tlie Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ku matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Penn. ave., -calls attention to Ins Lime --stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Behninff, and other PIANOS ! Storv and Clark, Ooueli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orsaan, Sold on installment?, exchan'd, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. IStrngs a fpcialtj Sheet music and msenmer cl.aiidifce at the old stand, 925 P ave. Feb. 23, tf. WHERE TO BUT THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. 3. South Washington : Dr. S. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. and Rev.R. S. Laws, 31GH st. s. w. Northwests Dr. Boiler, 16th aud M streets; Capt. W. P. Gray' 15tb near L St. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 July 1889

-Viv' u it?"" "VVvr . - Vwjp" fys- ( ? ' flffia ' - V Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. you VIII. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1889. NO. 9, X yw-- e jtytt L k Wr ft JA H . B h B H H H H H B h H H 1 JilVV .nir.F OF V n - M. MEREDITH, rHB BBRBAU OF ENGRAVING. William M. Meredith, Captain nef of the Bureau of Eu jrravius :n'(1 Printing, was Dorn in IihIi.hio- nrniVa"o, III., who has been ap- 01 . 1..,. nf fha P.nrean nf En. noiineu "i ,?s At ut- nreaKing out or uie war In- minted in the seventieth In iImji.i Regiment, which was raised h l'H'M'lont Harrison. He served hriit'ully until August 12th 1SG4 when he icsigued on account of (liability, with the rank of Cap Mm to which he had been present dl lor gallautry in ac ion. The Cipl.iin is a practical printer and u,t alter me war ior some liiuo lineman of the Indianoplis uJour n.il" and subsequently served in the same capicity on the St. Louis -Globe Democrat." For several e.irs he has been employed by the West...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 July 1889

BBWS PWHW npjIiiBag. , . in. J,. :,!.,.,.,.., ., ''.. ... ri'i",jr7gl4!J smmi rfS 1 nst Ml I 1 twa H 1 rVf,7SU 'ffifc . BEE. v. V' :. X PubMeMed every Smirdiv at 1199 I Blree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Sccmd Cass mail matter. ASHAMKFDL CONFESSION. WHITE MEN ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE RAKEd THE CHASITY OF COLOR ED WOMEN ASSAILED. While looking over a copy of the Nation, of the 18th iust., our eyes foil upon a communication signed "A Southern Pastor," and a more disgraceful adnrssion oi a more disgusting state of affairs, we have not read. After commeut ing upon the McDow acquittal, the writer says: "Hut there is another part of your article! which shows vou do not apprencnu me true situation in the South, viz , the lynching of negroes for rape on white women, "iou lay stress on the fuct that there is no indigna tion if the crime is the otner way. The truth is, that such a crime is practically unknown. A -white mau was lyncned recently by ne...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 July 1889

W- THE I513E EAST WASHINGTON. Vm F.UT, sis SlJ i .-iksiiic furnistiea on appu RbleadveruBji"u irt All remittances e n,n,1tiHehvdnia,ix)Stal money order hald 1e Jai- - . . -Msuifiv forwarded J. nadfMrfK r.w. i' . a -. iiilV -.... flVio tf 1 fl ., viniiirv au iimiimv .ciimJui. . . atfj-"'' 5s Hl the sender's risK. m "' "SMlic aiuount and wbat it is for ndiuk- - .... d,mi. .IIKIJIIKM .,..lBHwl &110U1U uc -.."-. PERSONALS. $ (gMMKl li lU?rS" 'iO etc,, BBEPCBL1SHJNG.C0. a WafihiuKton D. O rt HHED BVEUT SATURDAY AT flH.HU. uj- WASH.. B. C. "1i-ilFiE TIIBBBB CAN BE HAD, I 7 w Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. 1 itlfeeiv's, M Street, between 12th and l'f Tm"&bi corner 16tb and M ,c,wet,NortMi5t. phnalphteHouBe. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. tortwest. - - - (SATUHMT' July 27tb, 1889. Locals. flic .Tniiicr Excelsiors to River Vfcwi'afisdy Sept. 30th. ilv. Cohort Johnson, Chaplain (0ftie7tli lidttl., will preach a ser- HMiiorrow to uie soiuier the John been ap- Auditors office won Mr. II. C. Liol...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 July 1889

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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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