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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 September 1889

;t . -' . 4 . forms. $2.00 Per year in AdYance. 5 cents per copy. vol. vin. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1889. NO. 15 - . r- , . , ff DAT I W AND HEAR D I Tho Baltimore Eepblicans have dec uredtlmt they will, not snpporfc r min who favors Civil Service. St ic only way to get rid of 1 most foolish law. Pass the fford along. Hon B.K.Bruce, lam told, will be Recorder of Deeds. Next to m whom I supported for the place, J t now of no man wliom I like better tirin Mr. Bruce. Look out boys i - ti,n iinrk horse who has not ask- Z lor anything, but who will, nevertheless, get something. Hon John M. Langston has oc casioutfl no Utile anxiety by re frtinin" to say anything about Vir Una politics. It may be accepted . "a fact i'owever, that he will sup port Nfito"' l &et thls from one l.o knows. 1 think myself that, fl,jir would be the wisest course for liml (o pursue, naving been dc-s-wtorl h B'ady and the rest, the mm thins to do to kill off some oUns prei ended friends is to...

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. — 7 September 1889

sssssasssMwasMM-wwMiMMsssBsJSssrssssssBsssssissssssss -rm. sH 1 .11 V f i.Vi ftS M ,1 Tke BEE. .rv - PubUB'ied every Siturdty at 1109 Istree aorthwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second ClaBS mail matter. JUDGE CHANDLER. AeBist&nt See etary, Ju3ge Geo. Chaudler, of the Interior Depart ment is making himBelf popular with the rank and file of republi cans by his bonhomie, his open frank genial dispositaon and hie straightforward course in the con duct of the public business He is a kind hearted sympa thetic man aud believes that re publicans should be appointed in places ot all Democrats removed for cause or otherwise. He is a man ot his word and up to this writing, has not so far aa we have been able to learn made a pn.rn 189 which he has not faithfully aud honorably kept. Socially he is a first class specimen ot the typical American gentleman, possessing the Suavietr in modo and Fortiler in re ao characteristic of well bred people the wor...

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. — 7 September 1889

Vide bee JTHOKIZED AGENTS. KAST WASHINGTON. xV KwK-i 1S am . J furuisiied on appli . . ...i.i.i-tibiug Ksinn rz .-r: J.ST Ji--" cut""1 ,w! nnv price, au . ,Um .h.Ic bmft. postal money order mill Ik.-"sim v .. 0vrr.rwarlpi1 ue ..i.i Money forwarded b,,u,u ...i,r,.,l letter. ettvfcb.i- is at the Bender's risk. In n il'n "Ino nov Ue amount and what it is for shoiiW M. Ul bi '"' -- should be ad-dreBsed AU teUr- etc., to HIT 1'UBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O P ll! l" T.. N. W.. WASHED. C. -""vvi. fr Hie bee can be Iad. V 111..1 , , ,, -J o r .w A. w poWIOrB, Oi-O OIU DUCCIP, O.K. p.. I'.iikfty'fi.1 Street., between 12th ana 13D Niirtuwi-st. i H. Belter, Druggist corner 16tn and M street. Sortnwesu riuteuelnl. House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jjormwest. SATURDAY, Sept. 7th, 1889 Locals. Rev. I). orr"13 is m tne Clty ev W.13. Johnson, left for Indiana? to on Tuesday last. Miss S. E. Harris has returned to the city from Atlantic City. Visfcs Mary and Katie Mar ten' Jwve returned to the city. Mr....

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. — 7 September 1889

i I ,! -I -r - --i -, fc'"M' -v-.-r ti p. ir s fur TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must -pay for all advertisements, in the way or notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted utiles it iB paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Penn. ave., calls attention to Ins 1 iree stock of STEIN WAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Behningr. ami other PIANOS ! Storv and Clark, Ooueli and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orgnnn, Sold on installments exchanged, rented, repaired,.tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strngs a specialty, sheet Music and m.ccniner chandise at the old stand, 925 P ave. Feb.23, tf. WHERE TO BOY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. e. Soutli Washington: Dr. S. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4 sts., s. w. aud Rev.R. S. Laws, 31G H st. s. w. Northwest: Dr. Beller, lGth and M streets ; Capt. W. P. Gray' 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th ats.; Ghas.Bealle, eor. 13th and H sts.; P...

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. — 14 September 1889

-1 'C Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. Vol. VIII. " 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1889. NO. 16 . -i jST' 1 . , ft" WHAT J bAW AND HEARD. A WAK OP RACES BRUCE GRIT WHAT TIIE LAW J)0E3 NEGRO JOURNALISM ADVICE OF MR, WANA MAKER. tiine.'' As an advertiser the P. M. G. can't be beaten. Of all the evils, Lord, save us from the Pharisee. u jadgo Albion W. Tcurgee is of A J. opinion that a war of races is imminent in the South. With his jnlTP experience in the South and lusUmwh'dgo of uer white people, it jo be regretted that he cannot n.ll us how to avert the impending nnb!. J 1S not onr lauir, we are not .seeking trouble, but if we must (lrieiHl ourselves, tnen out, as ne sas. l't us wat. The Government, iiowvdi. should not wait. Murders sutitcieiit have been committed, the Const.it; ution violated and not a white man punished. What a t,orio counti y, thisl Jjruce Grit should have gone a little further and ascertained from St. l'eler what he thought of thos...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1889

rssssWasawMrTiEg"''ffT r7ssr --jrriT -r m. - . "ir'i r jgirrr iTsri-nriTrti-ssi-i i ia""wJsaisssss! Knr wv ., ohHHH lm zm !fi Iff i f','jHkJ iBE?-i The K Published every Saturday &t ll$f I streT northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. THE QJTLX.MANLY COURSE. 'We'cnngratulate Prof. Langs- trm upon ma wiBCiom m reconsider- ingh& reply to friends and ardont "re'puBlicaris 'who appealed .to him to 3et aside his perffoliur feelings and enter into the Virginia cam paign in all the energy and power ot a true-and valiant republican pirtisan. In this.be has Btregth eued the order of bis -old friends .and-by a , -wise diplomacy -aud -manly course fortified himself with the friendship of the leaders of the party. We applaud 'thfi wis'dom of bis course for sev.eraT reuspps. In the first, place the spirit; of sulkiness iit this time is unmanly. In the second place to have held .personal differences paramount to the great int...

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. — 14 September 1889

ixfntwgiF -sw'Jie SfS- ,;.-' . .-.u. HE B15E I SM f if i , n CAST WASHINGTON. . SIS 3rd S. E. ... Poller, lb ot i m ' . L.-I-' furuisneaoiuipp.u .....HtCfc Bin- clltiou ue ei lUBt rieu "." I;. dL poBlaloney araer . L..Ji "'"Trtier. Money tonflES- i' ..n.iiBorreg"- cnder'B rlstr. IB H.Li LiUls ww- other ww. ,..,, wHatlt'iSvfor tneuui""" .-ivi reB ullV .. . mftllPV fenflWB t. 8lftted. 1 1 tin i ,hoaiu " Ml otters etc., should M JU.. be ad-dresed; ' Id J: appreciative . audience present. Mr. J. E. Bruce from the commit- on constitution report well' renared, constitution ; - n , . -S I t tee led: -a- ruri;4by:laws Books Wr6 onened and B'eyeral well known literay genttemeu Joined; ' I " ' IZaninentfimL LAmPwary aadrfeseefe were uuj.e;. nv nrice. ah remittances- iiyered :by -MtJB&rsrl&eo., H. and "l ., rRtAl. money order,. ,Alr.Jrti VQ-.".i..T-saA-J will never ,ba another srmh ntiaa " n-Sv. pf ovi.dn?ei . New , York yit.y., -t uuaueipma and ' Baitimhre,' fifteen daystodoifrin and'...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 September 1889

true iiVHmmi'iMMt - i 5 ft i 1 TAXE NOTICE The patronB of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way or notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ku matter of a persouaj nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 920 Penn. ave., calls attention to his 1 iree stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Belming, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Ovuch- and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Onr.uiu, Sold on installments, exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strugs a specialty, sheet Music and msenmer 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. Suinby, E bet.t3rd and 4 sts., s. w. and Rev.R. S. Laws, 31G H st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, lGth and M streets ; Capt. W. P. Gray 15th near L St. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th ats.; Chas.Bealle, cor. 13th aud H sts.; Philadelphia House 34S...

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. — 21 September 1889

" 8?V 3sfl ? " . " ' V .00 Per year in Advance. Term- 5 cents per . ' WASHINGTON, D. CM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1889. NO. 17 'l&rlBr'Vmg !)& ss-re5 Ck1 c ' -'- ' JQpW ft fr - V wi viH. - , tfBAT j saw and heard. Vll, Yo.k "Age," I must TJ .,.. i.lireeof pertinacity nMt'i .ui'l contiunous at .3 re'.'' n..r. Derrick that bodes V,,nu"oSoo.l It does -1 r-r ?n. at the heads of the s3.'0, ., ,y to dispose of this t:W! 1-".. .-i-'u-r the one wav or mi3 '1 . -.i. : - i. it .ftirlr is innnf.p.nf.. "' si- '' '" th(n e,moIe llim t0 2'.l n-ilt fr0,n uis accusers; fie"l!,, !r. 'i'' l:iet 0,lt t0 ui'u cr,J".. ' M-nr. and spare the w Vv ,!l vance :l'l! disgrace '" , t n.nv suffers. There Ii i D '" ' l to everythuig and - "i U,.". !' " .. jjt, ilhams, one of those -"vlaHvlv, G-i., said be- "" tI.i,'M Convention at In- , nn..sfit when colored men LJi'j',,,1 '" tm South they ?-"" lU'- "Carry a pistol Va-'' "' t,,rt slightest pre- .."' '- i'l'ged to have said. I ',--',. 1 ii advice. To bo de- c...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 September 1889

af?"W;' f iyvwyu'rTBrriy vff'yigjaagig-' : "? J !iliyjpiiy-t ji-7)'isrTr,1"i'ri f.-f -SjF -Kr, X mm iiiir 7nt TirTf iT" -frrn r'rrifrf rm r W - jyr- i ';.'4'.M',aljlKwf -Ty y I - The BEE. 7 'i: i svyirM&k'vs v'- ? t5? X" Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington,!). C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second Glass mail matter. THE 4TH AUDITOR ON NE GRO JOURNALISM. "Colored newspapers are not a success, the very fact that Washington does not contain a colored daily newsnaper Is the pioof that there Is something wanting In the mane up of colored editors, ir Instead of theonehnudred and flay or more miserably edited aud ungra matical little sheets which are doing the race a deal more injury than good, would combine their capital tor the establishment of a great Negro orgau to be published here in Washington wlthamau of national reputa tion and character at Its head It would de mand the respect of all people. There is an effort being made to esta...

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. — 21 September 1889

k ' 'WBc"''" " ' '' B5-;::' fH ?Vb HIS B15E ri:ZDAEr BAST WA-H ;. r 3i s 3rd S. fusing furnisnedonappli D. mteS " fSwrtteeinenttwUlnot o,C X- au remlttar8 o ;nfertalet,y draft, postal money order eorX isattne sender's risk. In '" evt'le amount and what It 1. for iSL e ad-dressed Bfc Washington D: O to , KflBD EVEUT SATURDAY AT PIN.W.. WASHED. C. - , PRE the' bee "can be had. i u Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. pftL J .i b M Street, between 12th and ui Hn.rli i,rugglst corner 16th ana M Pt;aaelpbiaUouBe.318PennBylYanlaAve. alrTRUAY, Sept. 21th, 1889 Mr. Rev. Lfinildns has retured t3 the city from a visit to her mother at Hampton, Va. r3Cru Hart will be married nlr.Jame3lIalIon the 25 th of Mnt.L-r. fee Mies Shelton of S St. lett fa Alexandria last Wednesday m irnin?. Mi- Bessie Boiling celebrated leriO'li birthday on last Sunday. Her callers were many, Rev. T. S. Larakina and Miss Litne Brockeiibrough returned. from Hampton, Va., Thursday morning Rev. C. H. Phillips of Israel Bethel' ...

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. — 21 September 1889

MSMOTM" ' V J" " ffUr' tr.!" X !" rf J1 aBBSSMSBCKSS w 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. Edward F. Droop, g25 Penn. ave., calls attention to his Utzc tock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wlieelock, Briggs, Bchniucr, and other PIANOS! Storv and Clark, Oouch and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Ortraan, Sold on inst ilmontp, exchanjr'd, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strugs a specialty, slieet Music and tnscamer chandise at the old stand, 925 Pave. Feb..2."5 tf. WHERE TO BUY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. e. South Washington : Dr. S. A. Suuiby, F bet. 3rd and 4i sts., s. w. and ltev.R. S. La"W8, 31GH st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, lGth aud M Htreets ; Capt. W. P. Gray1 15th near L St. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th cits.; Chas.Bculle, cor. 13th and H s...

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. — 28 September 1889

SafSST" "W vt '"H1 Wfpw , Va? JPSFWSPS'PP '-t y jW H- Term's. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. ! WASHINGTON, D. 0M SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1889. vol. vriii. NO. 18 JT. Wk aa a klA azk llV OCR WKEKLY REVIEW. TffE AtMlSISTBATION AND THE NE .VT"E PRETEST TS ALRIGHT n.HN-SBBlMANMS-WILLHB " MINTED BY ACCLAMATION? RE.W-B. DERRICK AND HIS CU-ER'-0UR DISTRICT GOVERN MESI Ir h Ninl timt President Harrison nnconceriifd about the killing of v roe- t,,e So,lth aud tuat uo , ?nnnliP t""6 t0 l)e "bothered," ?S TUeattiMiiion or the President ot orfii Hilifially called to the ,rifeso'i .Miloreil citizens in the SaSrii tw, nor have any of nrre)r.3Hirative c ,lored men said fii nffiu condi'uiiiatioii to South- SltrV. Why t!,10Ur' ahah , reMcl'ir be blamed for that oUich our representative Ne- ffjne.are .silent? "re are as much in sympathy mtb tbt oppressed Negroes of the south as th.n are themselves, but ffe don't believe that it is good nolicv lor "ii colored eitizeus to eort to anus at t...

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. — 28 September 1889

&jij' tjysmrTfft'p-ii" r- (,--jbh. vo..-7-53-;r -u WV"-"ggf?Vw 'V V tJI "TK""" 'V J',g-'?8,'i"' XKSHM I lift x - ! I K fr 3 I .ew- ie K n t " JSP BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I 6tree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington' I). C, as Second Class mail matter. WHERE WILL IT END. At ITamptou, on the 11th, insfc. the Circuit Court of that judicial district (Judge Gunter), handed down its decieeon to the esse of the Commonwealth vb. Bona parte and refused to grant the de fendant a new trial. 'J'his ib an appeal from a former decision, it will be remembered when Mr. Bonaparte was convicted and sen tenced to a term of years. At the first trial the only witness who took the stand against the defendant was his .accuser, and notwithstanding the defendant produced witness whose testimony showed the woman to be notorious ly unchaste and of bad character generally who admitted on cross examination that she had enjoyed the society of black as well as wh...

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. — 28 September 1889

7 "w.!rF"" " rrHBJ 331SE t fdOKlZED AGENTS. , t .T WAbHlNGTOK. .. MS 4S, E. Ju"1NH E,rllnnt .,UllTrW'""c'"" .uy ! AH remittances , Sank v1 ffloe'order .r y forwarded ,, imrniM ad-Jreesed , , ii-MJam'o. co. WatiHteisten D. C ..hTttlT SATURDAY AT . S. W.. WASH.. D. C. .HKJWCBCANBEIIAD. t lW1rg,SMlWbtreet, B.e. M Sttt. between lSUi and , lroggBt oornor 16th and M .. . -t-.t Uouw.WS Pennsylvania Ave. slruPAY. Sept.28tb, 1889 jjocals. D, t .'Uias Martin and C. H uVjo nt lie sick list. Mr J i.M Malvin of the War De f 'V l it for Boston last week. AT v, M (1 llee(1 rea(1 a 1,aper t;!n- tin- 3.1 Baptist Lyceum last r ao.l Mrs. S. Lumkins is now bv .-inng. Eesideuce, U2G Mr J.nm F. Letcher returned to tl., t.''v Ut Tuesday evening from Spr.ni LM-. N.J.. improved. Mr J H T.nlor returned to the Qisi Miuitlay evening from Pi I, j lalti.l. M:Krninlpli, of Baltimore, is oV.i' " topping with Miss ii i Kith st. ln.itt.mtto purchase cheap "ooIn. u Uroadhead & Co., 907 1 !. l). M , i-l . Parker, ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 September 1889

Sjjglf&&vinerr. K HW'gliftmffiU1! N fill TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, iu the way ot notices, deaths, marnage3, &c No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 925 Penn. ave., calls attention to his 1 iree Ptock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Behnine, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Ooueh and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Origan, Sold on installments exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. .Violins, Banjos, and Gnitars. Strngs a specialty, sheet Music and inscamer chandise at the old stand, 925 P ave. Feb. 23, tf. WHERE TO BOY THE BEE. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. 8. South Washington: Dr. S. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4 sts., s. w. and llev.R. S. Laws, 31C H st. s. w. Northwest: Dr. Beller, ICth and M streets; Capt. W. P. Gray' 15 th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12:h and 13th ots.; Chas.Bealle, cor. 13th aud H sts.; Philadel...

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. — 5 October 1889

irry jwJ" yir" -- -v TTiii?"' r-Tfyws . --I " " Term. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. 17,11.. VIII- WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5? 3889. NO. 19. "" " "CWS' . 'S6sWiw-3(M'. - gt iVV4 ffBATI sAU' AND J HEARD. , nv tbiu-s often go to show , .rtlw aud capacity of a man. 11 t M Tuwusemlof the Laud 51-.thai occasion last week to in i the nmoty odd clerks uu l h,-, t the new Commissioner, f.tbone came forword they trailed i)v name and their re "Jwe rta-es named. Those who fXtbwiixhibitiono,f5W011; TVtnl inemorv were astonded, and Tm it i- remembered that he has f h i 1n i)OMtin but a short time i .. .n..m irnnrinrfnl. t:?aii t'e " tu rrj.p deiLirture of Hon. Frederick n Us odl leave a void iu many i tb ii d in that of the general b?.,c' at least in the hearts of Kp' iHimediattly connected Vuini. He will be missed, and lUervw agree with him or not ,a ila'epoitiou on the Negro -Jm hi abseuce will be felt ,VeVaj or the other. I want to " al',,, ,us a Negro, that I resent ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1889

1 If v -4k ' "!-. Or- VH"mmwv;e-Mt& wi I i '" lit ' I 1.4 1 JH If I' Ike BEE Published every 8aturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the PoBt Office at "Waihlngton D. C, a Second Class mail matter. . EX-EEGISTER BRUCE'S RE TURN. There is no man in this coun irv more in keeping with the times and who is more honored and respected than Ex-Register B. K Bruce. As a. representatve of his people, as a leader in the ad vanced ideaB of government, Mr. Bruce is that man; When he went to the State Con vention in Mississippi, he did not go witn a view of participating in its proceedings, but to advise and direct its course, to the end that no mistake should be made at this period. On bis arriving at Jack eon, Miss., he found to his eur priie, that he had been elected a delegate from four different coun ties, neither of which knew of the contemplated action of the other. On the assembling of the con rention he was unanimously elected both temporary and per manent ch...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1889

"gwfwl'V W ' 'T 4?, SffW-x" r'-J yi; - v rY i"i ,iv rj7flES BT3E :-:r At IHOBIZED AGENTS. tAST WASHINGTON. o.ir, SIS 3rd S. E. J " TTldrtnB furnisnedonappli - ' ouableaaveriisementswillnot ', any price. All remittances ; ebv draft, postal money order . letter. Money forwarded - "',v isattlic sender's risk. In ' "lae amount and what It 1b for .. nrtlV etatod. .-''. etc, should be ad-dressed nt K PUBLISHING, CO. W WasblnetonD.O l; "t..S.W.. WASH..D. C. upue'e can be had. rt ' ''' , ...i 318 ,!rd street, s.e. tlHH f ; b M Street, between 12th and rfc ,!t. . nmIst corner 16th and M. ,Jli .--o- , N , , ;wbu lia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. rt T s Tr;i.Y, Oct. otb, 1889 IOCSbiS XI ...other of Hon.IiJLand II. , u'-jc. hud in Kansas this week. !f w' . . years old Both gen 'nM k .ve"our profound sympa- tx 4Ifi.' woild over, baby governs, ivlofte!! disease will overcome the Mi an.l then it is that Dr. Bull's BjIiv v up proves its worth by con--i ,Vjs tin; disease. Price 25 cents a but If. vnE...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 5 October 1889

', I if 4 t z V 26TH ANNIVERSARY OF SHUiOH. Coutinued from 1st page. his father's flocks in the field. His name began to be known and cele brated from the time he slew Goliah, the Philistine giant We learn of Solomon, the son of Dayid; he succeeded his father as King of Israel, The temple he bailt at Jerusalem in honor of the God of Israel, has also rendered his name immortal. The longer the doctor spoke, the more interesting his hearers got. They seemed to be enchanted as the words fell from his lips. He next branched off on PROFANE HISTORY, and said that we learn of the enter taining fables by the writer JEsop. His fables acquired for him a high reputation and he is generally sup posed to be the inventor of that kind of writings. He was formerly a slave and had several masters, but gained his freedom by the charms of his genius. He traveled over the greatest part of Greece and Egypt, and was finally put to death by the Delphians, whom he insulted concerning their God. SOORETES. Pr...

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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