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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 August 1889

vw ,- ! rvwfl rg? yx-r.. rv - -sr' -fci-w-a-rjsO " pv- "v '-" ;- -sjjjEwg'ijar'--'' """ -"" c-- j- Ttvir5ggwp,rw'- ..rN2i00Peryeann r.il. 'H 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1889. NO. 10 SSp?gsw C( f In, r I :a' ,- : Jm4 i,pl. ..-Is iii ' l i I I i.t ' .10MAS J. MORGAN. nioma0 J. Morgan, who ..jtpotnred Commissioner , urs, is a man in whom ,. lias unbounded confi- hois everywhere well- (..,nPCtion with Indian 1 1 i; an efficient public ik-. ni .in able writer ami has Mr m an muian eoi- pimwpai oi nit1 oiaieiNor- "c n't ii i nut - ...mi m Nebraska, New York l! ! K iVI'Jllil M J,' V. .v Ills .1 . Slll'l.i' ..! Island, in wh-ch latter uas one of the foremost .ii cuinmiigii speakers. indorsed for I.t 1 Iwi liwlioii l (III, IMWIItll J-" , hv piominient educators his piesent Rights As- i. .i v States and by the Bap ii i.s in all parts of the coun ts ti'. inii' Morgan was born at Frank lin. ! i-Iiana in 1839. lie loft Frank lin .lego during his senior year timi.m th...

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. — 3 August 1889

HWHPWBBiBBi mmpi Bmpi sp Rj& fo i j --iunFW-wa!pMBB && m a i m MM At ,V a. x be IP If mW itf & f He v - tOs X J BEE. Published every S'tturdiy at 1109 I Btree northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Offlce at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. CANDIDATES. We have been informed that John H. Brooks, who was remov ed from the board of school true trees by Commissioner Webb, is a candidate for reappointment. We beg leave to inform Commis sioner Deuglass, who has charge ot the schools, that the appoint ment of Mr Brooks would not only be objectionable and dis tasteful te the people of this city, but dangerous to the welfare and progress of our school system We have tke documents in our possession, at any time to be laid before theCommipsiouers, to show the unfitness of John H. Brooks, to be again placed on the school board of trustees. We hope that the Commissioners will muke u mistake in the appointment ot good men to conduct the affairs ot our publi...

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

'rxr - t,fi'Tiiliiin iwjiiijiip BlWWpuWWWWft' B5 it Atf1 rjrliB B15ES XHOIUZED AGENTS. AL fcAbT WASHINGTON- -furn'fined ou!:l1p,,I11 E6llIlia.eB for au advertlBelneuts will not c,un. TZs Price. All remittances ,U'd " lu-ml letter. Money forwarded e60' ?way ,. at the sender's risk. In " ,o ,r le amoaniand whatitls for ienilinB l''Juetlv BtaMML nlj.Ha w be ad-lrebBed Kll leiteri.. etc,, 10 HEK PUBLISHING. CO. ,rRi isHBD BVBUY SATURDAYAT -vhfee tub S can 'be had. , i Fowlers, 31b 3rd btreet, s. e. tiui'! b, M Btreet, between 12th and IXWlBt corner 16th and M , yortnwebt. ' Wltaddpbto Howe. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. tiort:vVebU SATCUUAy, Aug. 3rd, 1889. " locals. 1 nrt rail to go on the Junior Excelsior excursiou Sept., lOih, Hon. B. Bruce' lcft the cily for Iowa, tliia week. Ajrfl. J. MclSeal left for Ky., two weeks ago. If m. H. P. Cheatham left for tashonie in North Carolina last week. Miss Sad"e E. Andeison will leave the city shortly for Mu ca tine, Iowa. Mr Joseph Morrison and fam ily...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 3 August 1889

I " k tilt t mr i v& m Bit 1 ! 1 1 TAKE NOTICE The patrons ot tbe Bei must pay fcr all alvetiBeniente, in the way nt rotlcB, deaths, marriages, &c." Ivo matter of a personal nature will be inserted unleB it ia paid for. ElTfrl F Dtoop, g2 Pinu. uv'., calls attention In lis ltie clock of STRIlJWAY Clmso & Gambl r, Wliurlock, Briggs, Biilm'niir, Mini other PIANOS! Sinrv im1 Clark, 0uli and Warren OltGAN-. Wondeiful Ae'ili.in Orguan, Hold on i s a'.lumut6, exclanr -1, rented, rejKiiieil, tuned, mv 1, aid stored. Viuln-s, Banjos, and Guitais. Strngs a h 1 Ssi il Slu-i t music and meo-inier-cl :.ijii iii ilif old Maud, 925 Pave. Feh.;23, tf. WHERETO BUY TBE BEE. East Washington, Prof, J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street a. e. ; South Washington : Dr. S. A. Sumlvy, F bet. 3rd and 4 tn., s. w. and Rev.R. S. Lhws, 31G H nt. a. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, lGth and M htteets; ('apt. W. P. day' 15th near Lst.; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12. b and ViU Us,; Chas. Bealle, cor. 13th :tid H Rts.; Philad...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 August 1889

.&v"r.'' ' . .r.i- !-- "VV -"" '- :-' . .. -, - .. -'v .- Terms. $2.00 Per jear in Aflvance. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, B. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1889. NO. 11, vol j. ' - cvlfV IVV4 HAT I SAW ASD HEARD. WW ,TN SEEDS SUPPORT. A BAD (ljft" c flKNERAL ORDWAYI tfSDrBB COLORED S0LD1ES. While 1 si grateful to friends ' ,- w.rwwi flipv m!iv fur- 1 1 concerning persons m the va n L a.M.nrtinents who ought to oe Sinfonnatioafrom anonymous h ors U Prlose making a S manly fight and if you are wi to sijrii vour name, with our Sauce tlat it will be treated foniidenUHlly, then do not write at A 1 Uatc u coward. old colored man, a paimer, 1..i-n Xtlls-i. ninfftf 111 3 Will LO 1CI1UW JJiiuloi iu '1 am not tired or the Fiatjustiiiarual caelum "When Gen. Ordway first began lo tnink over the subject of an encampment for the District militia he foresaw the ne cessity of handling one matter with kid fil ives, and that was the color question. The presence of two large battalions of colored men i...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 August 1889

rm 'm,- 3 a.- , ; -mi tit mi Km r-s;-,-f iw-. 'WW i.W!fl.lr-a.f j! !! srnpf fssr- -rjvnr'isrvrv IW ifl 31 9 i imp ml im m M m mi I fe Sfri i ft Tbe BEE. 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. favor the removal of the entire knowo, dismiss him? We would board, except Mr. Cornish, who is giving entire satisfaction. Let the Commissioners act at once. THE PUBLIC PEI2STER. SOUTHERN" LEADERS NEEDED. "F. H. R.," of Macon, Ga., evi dently belongs to the new school of politics in the South. He says that the men now in Congress "are lucky wirepullers and mere shrewd politicians and that, 4 'The most effective politician rallying or in the South to-day is, "This is a white man's government.1' It brings to gether the most incongruous elements among the whites and makes them deaf to all discussions of the issues be tween the parties as di lined in their so called declarations of principles....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 August 1889

r ,jt THB BE mOlilZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. .. ..,.. sis 3rd S. . t V. Jrovw . .nnnnll i...,tisiuL' luniifcuc"""-'!'" CiilJon. ' price. All remittances e '"ftSeydmft.POBU.l money order "u,d be 1' stenKl latter. Money forwarded ',a'b6 7 m- iBHttbe Bender'B risk. In BV l" I 1 e amount and what It 1b for eiw"1"".. tiv KtaMid, jLiW"' .h.)uUdiB All ietirs no etc,i should be ad-ireBBed BEE PUBLISHING, CO. BL WashiuKton D. 0 - r ,chfD EVE11Y SATURDAY AT iio9 1 st.. T. w- WAbf ;;.. .HeHebebcaS""8 had, ; i w Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. P itlkti-B. streel' beUVeeU mU aUd .h Sortuwest. i H. Heller, Droi tlrM. NortnweBt. Philadelphia Uouw. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. 5ortuw'eBU FoR RENT-ROOMS. IgglBl corner 16tb and M SATURDAY, Aug. 10th, 1889. Locals. Eooms For Kent with or with out board, 1135 9 at n. w. First class job work done at the Bee office. Call and inspect. Fob rent Rooms furnished or unfur nished at Mr. Pinn, 1537 14r.h St.. N. W. July 13 2t. ' FOR SALE: A chance to buy a home cheap...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 August 1889

m . l'um. SI A& LH '. " 1 fs?,i , ?ru 'Jlli y iJ Ml ft 3 TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &cf JKTo matter of a personal nature will be inserted unleB it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 925 Penn. ave., calls attention to hlB 1 irg:e -stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wheeloek, Briggs, Behniner, ami other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Ooueli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orgaan, Sold on installments, exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banios, and Gnitars. Strngs a specialty Sheet music and mscnmer chandise at the old stand, 925 P ave. Feb.;23j 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 4 sts., s. w. andBev.R. S. Laws, 31Gfl st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Capt. W. P. Gray 15tb near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th tits.; Chas. Bealle, cor. 13th ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1889

ffk Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance r - VUL. 5 cents per copy. WASHING-TON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, . 1889. VMJ NO. 12, MiAT 1 SAW AND HEARD. 'r .V,.c-CUIEFCLERK DAWSON ! ' ITBLIC PRINTER NEGRO LICK SOCIAL EQUALITY, &0. , .u.MtiMl last week to a class of ' lt. Interior, whom I saw presence or women Ulfll 4 I 1 I ,,,r 111 I III Htv'"f ' ' . K.. T V a re warn iur Huiw x Miltrooii sent me a most If lie will send his .(Mil :!!- ' v .. . ..1. 4 ,. ,i)(, ,,,,,1 NlUWSS tu lu.aumu Hi!' lVSpeciS UJ uiuj, uuui lo not intend to let up rink- vii-l. -':"'' I ,m iHMi. 11.1 V 1MV TlM'll I n all .scoundrels ot his that 1 .1. . Mti4- f'lrtnlr- i .,.. tin ;m.iii wint-i vjici tv Mill l' I UN ....-- I, w-ou t die interior, said that he 'm hU- to find out who the pimp ,'hv w.,rd) is who furnishes the i. '. viiMjiis iiiformatioii. Let not ,,1,,,JiJlIir, U1KKV U1UIULI, i uc- ...i wiiiriiinsdictioii, and theNe- (I)SJiv wjio is busying himself M-rtini m formation for brother jub-miIi liad better si...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1889

s --, , m Hi BB 11 i i jw- 'Ml ft v SSEi ' Kg: r Jn t f&tcSjkI The BEE. 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. THE CITIZENS PROTEST. The maBB meeting of the citizens at the Metropolitan Church on last Tuesday evening was largely attended. It was representative in every particular aud demons trated the fact that the people con demn the favorite methods of the Board of School Trustees in the appointment of teachets. Some of the addresses were logical and pointed, especially the Bpeech of Mr. Richard W. Laws. While the citizens were in mass meeting as sembled, the members of the fcJchool Board were holding a meet ing, and Dr. J. R. Francis, to our surprise, insisted on the Board to approve of the app rintment of certain teacners whom the board had been requested by the Com missioners not to reappoint. We think this act impudent and is a sufficient cause for Mr. Douglass, our ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1889

- r XI IE biee ' i( iiloKIZEU AGENTS. t sT WASHINGTON. ' ,r MdvcrtiMng fnnsneti on appU :"',T' " ..'...imbleiuivuriibeinenisvrlllnot Pi""' ."... K.iy lnce. All remittances '" s""' .,,. bvdndt, postal money order s ' " ,: '" hVml Vttor. Money forwarded e- '""";Hy is at the bender's risk. In -', ;,;, !,,y the wuonnt and what it IB for a ! etc bhould be ad-IreBBed l r.; PUBLISHING, CO. Washitmlou D. O pr,HlKIEVEKY SATURDAY AT P;;;l,.r..N.W., WASHED. C. -.. , iV THi'BEE CAN BE BAD, , i' u Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. Z r'iiK. ij . M SUeet' between 12th and l'!' Vl.V.'i-, li-giBt corner 16th and M ' llte.J.-irbta Uouse. 348 PennBylvanla Ave. SATTKiAY, Aug. 17th, 1889 fjoeals. D.ift tail to go on the Junior Kxi'A-1-wn'SCuisiou Sept., 10th, Rev. J. W- hi-cket has removed tolli'irstst.. n- w. WJjj just think, $12.00 round trt foJi'Ston, Mass., Sept. 19,'9, jfrv. Daniel Morris has returned to the city from Lynchburg Va. Jr is cheap enough, you can VBjr-T u that, Sept. the 10th is lit 'late....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 August 1889

-rwrrtwvc. -,-?- - -r , W i(jf ifi-- r -- Vrr - Lwjv' " t-'W -" v-j- k St'.gl Ir-'tl f Wrf, fi'tft iff f" ui; w . iii k n ; r m tJnw Pi Me "VV 1 fit tk TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. No matter of a pergonal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 92.") Peun. ave., calls attention to his 1 irire stock of STEIN WAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Behninir, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Omicli and ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Brigcrs, Warren Orgasm, Sold on installment, cxclian :', rented, repaired, tuned, mowil, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strngs a ppeeialty Sheet music and msaaraer cDandifce 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 4i sts., s. w. aud Rev.R. S. Laws, 31Gfl st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. BeHer, lGth and...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1889

-- , ywev&iry&ntVfiiWFx-Hyr-tv. i ' - w. . .-?.; i s?1 -.rwg&jtpLj-i-yui "- ? '-"rt'-VV'ir-"..-- -$ "" --v-- -r-r-frr ' -f'V-v--f' ''-i''!Mi-55a'N'!f'v-Teir' 'ixWi-ffvaf-jgprtft-"""' -w '.-Ty', 'V1" -'IW,-Baw'w 17 sr' $( ""fP ""SJW?-' a 4 jT I lif&Mr I x . . x w" " -A . .TCs P Terms. 2.00 Per year in Advance. vol. V1IL VHAT I AW ANTD HEARD. v V 0 stcr's recent attack up Piibhc Printer Palmer should 11 . . .i.j... rrnm flischanrinfir the Dot4'1 "";-; in i,i nm. 11 b -XAAA'XSB nnl'm" nrt itP MCI ...i. tiiofnv and hold With (rnn Wit" . . . . -7-. tr nrp Aver readv to fan liKt1 w- - - . i,." Thpv arfl first Deui the iiouuua j-", ;v . . nrrats, then Republicans. Turn in out aud put in men who are tnown. to be Republicans and are notairam w- General Clarkson uncls himself in i,ot water in consequence of his emarks relative to the appoint ment of a colored clerk at Atlanta. It seems that be spoke before he was ready, and that his tongue be came rebellious to control until i...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1889

- f!F. ?'? &'&$'& "(&-- -r "- ' "f " "n,v ' f - ri t-ii": "2"l K Sf i J'jXtCSz A 3 J, T "' -? l'tl. v-2. ar B in1 t VJ 3d l? .J Rid Ji The BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, "Washington, D. C. titered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. SOUTHERN CHIVALRY - V?e have in this country some brave and honest white Republi cans who are as anxious for the Negro to succeed as some of our Bourbon Democrats in the South, are anxiojiB tor them to tail and be the menials of the most -com mon type of white humanity. It is folly for the Negro to pre sume that the Democratic party is in any way friendly to him or is that party to be trusted under any circumstances, especially when the rights of the Negroes are in volved. In speaking of the recent episode in the South, the New York Frees has this to say : "A letter Irom Jefferson Davis, In which he refeiB to 'our righteous cauBe' (the cause of Blavery), and the outrageous articles...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1889

r -i. "-. iZT Vvr5 r-286 --.,' ?- " SH- .4 rrllE be XTlHOHIZED AGENTS. S. w.. r. V,T "WASHINGTON. "TliTimuE furnisnetfonappU 2"- ; nnv price. All remlttenceB e "ricbydiU portal money order tbould ih- ' ! V4UJ1, Mouey forwarded 6,rr""SIv 'atthe Bender's risk. In n'tUiru;eutuntandwbatitlBfor '"."....ctlv slated. mW1k'u' .., should Jen -i sb AH etc,, be ad-dressed im k l'UlSLlSHrKG, CO. 15LL Washington D. 03 --, -iiv!) FVBKT SATURDAY AT Kffsli WASH.. D. C. 1109 I nU- "iVilFKE TIlFliS CAN BE HAD, , n rowiers, SIS 3rd street, s. e. rn ; ,l u M Street, between 12th and yrs, 1)1MH , 1Ju mhO''- , t corner 16tb and M j H. Ik-Ik'1- J0JD" itedelph House. 31S Pennsylvania Ave. jCorwwesi. SATUUAT, Aug. 24tbt 1889 jLiocals. H. Davis, treaBuary; P. C Fokuer, Wm. Coles, Anthony Shaws, Rev. B. W. Hunt, Richmond Grant, Rev. G-. W. Woodson, Robert Smith. Beverly Tweedy, Price Watkins, Joseph Johnson, Wm. Pointer, Van Lucas, JN. J. Lewis, D. G-. Gaskins, Ammond Jones, Samuel Early, and Q-. K. Marable. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 August 1889

m v -3 Mw I i 1 3 1 R & 4-r M' ft .' V . " lit fewi & TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee muBt pay fcr all advertisements, iu the way ot notices, deaths, marriages,, &c - No matter of a personal nature will I a. inserted unle s it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, g25 Penn. ave., calls attention to his large stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Whet-lock, Briggs, Behning, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Ocucli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aolian Orgaan, Sold on installment, exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Qnitatt. Strngs a Dnrw.n14-tr cliamt. Mlltfift Bfltl lTlRCfltner- chandise at the old stand, 925 P ave. j. v,. ), WHERE TO BJY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31$ 3rd street s. e. ; Soutli Washington: Dr. a. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4 sts., s. w. and Rev.R. S. Laws, 31G H st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 10th and M streets; Capt. W. P. Gray4 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pkety, M bet 12th and 13th cits.; Ohas.Bealle, c...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1889

- & 11 jp w jkHr" Ji&W Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. Eli 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, J 889, 30.14 vvni tfAR OF It ACES WITH INSUR bIcTIOX IX HONOLULU. To F. I. Testa, rditor of the Hawaiian Newspaper, KaMakaaiuaua, Honolulu, H.I. g -r.n Zr- You mav safely believe me, tlaat TamdeeDlv sorry at Wilcox's unsuc risfol but patriotic and most laud hie attempt for delivering his race and country from the execrable tyranny ol tbe missionary oligarchy which is tbe meanest and most de moralizing of . all, because based on selfish principles. The mission aries in the Hawaiian Islands preach on Sunday and do all kinds of worldly business through the week al,d meddle iu politics all the year round. . .. . The infcsionanos and their con federates aud accomplices, are the moral, material aud political ruin of the Hawaiiaus, and wherever they these religious nypocrues rtitoach their intense greediness, eqm vocation and ambiguous deal ing always are at the bo...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1889

f 4 w vm 11 a r.. l it- . ipf. W3 ft im m kl mi mn to 'A t 15 r ii The Publish ed every Saturday at 1109 I Btree north west, "Washington, D. C. nterod at the Post Office at "Washington D, C, as Second Class mull matter. GETTING FRIGHTENED. Independent, arrived in this city Friday morning, having fled to this city from Alabama, to get rid J of the rebel and democratic mob at Birmingham. We would sug gest that the local pres ot this city proceed at once to aid them. They need help and if our colored citizens will send to this office auy aid for these gentlemen it will be duly ackdowledged. KILLING OF TEKRY. Mr. Wade Hampton, of South Carolina, who owes his political fame to the hind leg of a refrac tory mule, has been attempting to solve the race question. Mr. Hampton vouchsafes the informa tion by way of parenthesis that he has no unkind feelings towards the colored man, and then with the eye of a prophet, he sees in the dim hazy distance, through South Caroliua spectacles, an over p...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1889

, '-' T . 4z rfHB H313E -::::rrAi;THORIZfiD AGENTS. EAStWA8Hisoto. -TTtibi'ug furnisned on appll J. w. wl.on. (," priCe. All remittances De U,r;r nut. e by drafU postal money order BboulU -' iub ic Mouey forwarded evpIl.hbrr Batthe Bender'B rlBk. In ,1 I other way. y u,e amount and what It 1b for "I ; J. d.BU.icUV stated . mitlieV AH leUrf. otc, should be aa-aressea to KF VUBLLSHING, CO. 1 WasblaKton D. O p?ul isHBd'bVBUY SATURDAY AT -;v.ifiRB "tub bee can be had. , i w Kowlera, 818 3rd street, s. e. viiWi-8. Btreet' between 12th and 13j HUerriiBglBt corner 16th and M lireel'urtiwebt. rhjladelpwa Uouse, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. florin west. SATURDAY. Aug. 3ftn, 1889 Locals. Hon. J. M- Latigaton ib in the city and will remain a few days. Mis? Auuu Connor of Madison street is vet confined to her bed. Miss A life Shoiter has returne 0the city much improved Mrs. Pinkney and daughter of IGih street n. e., are at Oceau city. Mr E. K. Russell, has returned to the city, alter spenamg a pleas a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 August 1889

gSW"' i j i .- i ssj. s V itff I TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcrall advertisements, in the way .oi notices, deaths, marriages, &c. No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Penn. ave., calls attention to his Urge Ptock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Behning, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Ooucli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orgnan, Bold on installments, exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strngs a specialty, sheet Music andmscamer chandisa at the old stand, 925 Pave. Feb.23, tf. WHERE TO BCTY THE BEE. "RftRfc Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. e. ; Sduth Washington: Dr. S. A. Snmby, F bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. fmd Rev.R. S. Laws, 316 fl st. s. w. North west : Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Oapt. W. P. Gray 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th sts.; Ohas. Bealle, cor. 13th and H sts.; Philadelphia House...

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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