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

pf 1 f TF " - - - - J"3 r-afjnwr w 'riwq'&?$ ?f" - f- Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents pr copy. vol. vin. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1889. NO. 35 vtewS r i -; j jmrnes (itotogtmi I nw . j WHAT I SAW, AND HEARD. Those who rejoice at the defeat of Slaboue, should hear the colored people tell how they were driven from the polls, before they accept the result as an honest condemna tion of the General. Virginia stands to day one of the most disgraced States in the Union. If it is trne that Mahone sent for Langston and.pledged him his sup port it is a wise step. To oppose and defeat Langston is to lose a Re publican vote, which will be great h needed if they intend to pass an election law, which they must do or coufess we have no rights the South is bound to respect. Tuere is a general complaint on the part of those who have had oc casion to make application to Pub lie Printer Palmer, that unless Capt. Brian is pleased with the ap plicant be or she cannot get a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1889

V V 2 i- :r 'n i i i FN iii. 4 I r i " H I a B'r" ft t N- nr i v i t- 'the BEE. Pnb'lB'-ed every Sitnrdvy at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the PoBt Office at Washington D.C., as Second Cass mull matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. SENATOR BRUCE'S IN TERVIEW. The interview ot Ex-Senate? Brace touching the attitude of the colored voters at ht recent e lectiooB has attracted wide spread attention. The Senator has occupied more prominent pOBitionB iu this conn trv than anv other colored gentle men, and ib especially prepared to apeak anth ri'atively on allmattere eftecMi g the interest of the race. He saj a .haMhe colored voters are, as heretofore R publicans in their coiivic ions and in their ac tions; that ih the recent elections a Virginia, Ohio, and other states, ey voted hb a rule .vith great nimity for the Republican IMates and the defeais that resulted to the Republican party iu the Btrtte- named, must be retir ed to the causes, and not to any disaffection on t...

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. — 16 November 1889

ja1' - - ".- vs,r -, FT&S t j -- -- f5 jf - gsM4ff'MI J',?!yc"'J" "' - " US '" rfHB 33H3ES taT WASHINGTON. T7Idvertl"nL' faruisnea on appll '- x "' wUouabJelnIeuienwlUnot - i : any price. All remittances - "..le by draft. Postal money order " "tercd letter. Money forwarded ' "";r-. is at the sender-Brisk. In ' ' L? tlie amountand whatitlBfor " ' " i Ktinctlv stated. ' X "etc. ktoiiW be ad-dvessed t0 BEE POBLISUING, CO. Washington D. O PlUS.ff.. WASH..D C. -rt nh ais HEbbbcanbe ha , i' w- Fowlers, 3 lb rd street, s.e. . -is.Al Street, between 12th i lV'j''lrt"wrnsgIst corn- 16th and Pb.lalelpto House. 318PennsywnSa Ave. :ort2wcbU NEW YORK CITY. I a. Green. 429, flih Ave. BOSTON, MASS. -,. i.. Heed.93 Cambridge St. nTlPAY, Nov 16th, 1889. locals- i Ev,., glorious act of a great ,,, ' I(1r:s foward an eloquent fact, Dt Buir- Cough Syrup is tbo glor ja,-i f a life's study, and it is aM,ti.-l.ict that it stands with out a i iv.il- Hp.' for n season bids the woill fuo I'll," when a ma...

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

r.""-"vF?r, 55558.., SrrJ -V,)" , ' rjSSf" """ V""" H fT-jr- .' s J Tke BEE. Published every Siturdav at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, D. C. utered at the PoBt Office at "Washington 0. C, at Second Class mail matter. TV. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. BRUCE ON RACE OKGInT ZAT10N. One of tbe moat instructive, able and exhaustive diecus3iooB of political race organizations that baa appeared in a long while is to found in the letter of Ex-Senator Bruce to the Washington Post of Sunday last. Mr. Bruce has the happy faculty of saying the right thing in the right way and at the right time, ana tor this reason bis pubiic utterances uever fail to at tract atteution and to properly direct the trend of public thought. There was a growing fearaud sus picion on the part of mauy as to the purpose of the colored pe-ple in the organization of leagues lor the protection of their rights; and the enemies of the race were quick to charge that the purpose was political; that, abandoning all political prin...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1889

Mj tflB BEE vUIUOKIZBD AGENTS. E VST WASHINGTON. ,' siS 3rd S. E eV Ta any Price. All remittance !! aydi;ftf postal money order oJ W fflS Irld 'TSr Money forwarded SclheSn amountandwbatltlsfor ;UIjbediBtmc--onld bo ad.dreB8ed It' AU letwrs. etc., REv PUBLISHING, CO Washington D. O, PCBl? I W.. WASH.. D C. 1109 1 A -b'tHBBEE CAN BE HA , W Fowlers. 818 Srd street, 6. e. .wJvsM Street, between 12th ' SSWBlrt corner 16th and . vortnwest. "pielpHou.e.SSPennsy.vanlaATe. SBrtBWEW YORK CITY. DiA.Urwn.429.6lhAve. BOSTON, ilASS. Tttn. L. Keed. WK Cambridge St. SATURDAY Nov. 23th, 1889. vocals. Kev James Manly of Lynch tofcTfc., is in the city. Uenrietta Smith has been ioDttd a teacher in Montgom- eifGi., Md. The Capital City Guards will jire a hop at their Hall Thanks Jiving night. The Tea party given at Mr, fails 407 N fit., d. v., on Thurs day evcuiug was largely attehded. The officers of Ait. Carmel Baptibt church are preparing to give a prize entertainment. Mcely furnished front room at 7...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1889

I 7 I Wji 1 ; mtomaamaasm 13 IX'. It I t V I fi i i r ft I V i P st J BEE. 2 4'M Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btree north-west, Washington, D. C. iitered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. "W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, ssssssssssssssssssisso BEUCE OS-TRACE ORGANI ZATION. One of the moat instructive, able and exhaustive discussions of political race organizations that has appeared in a long while is to found in the letter of Ex-Senator Bruce to the Washington Post of Sunday last. Mr. Bruce has the bappy faculty of saying the right thing in the right way and at the right time, and tor this reason his public utterances never fail to at tract attention and to properly direct the trend of public thought. There was a growing fearaud sus picion on the part of many as to the purpose of the colored peple in the organization of leagues tor the protection of their rights; and the enemies of the race were quick to charge that the purpose was political; that, ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1889

VMW J9'lHt9 TZFfr$F? 'TTft - -k - j vt sv-wg" -it rT'f&' f B15E "TSrizTgeni fastWAshisotow. sis SrdS. E. Fowler. 818 :nrteU t,v draft, postal money order be de bif SteT Money forwarded 0tbenCatuntandwUatltlBfor PL'BL HTN.., WASH..D C. 1109 1T..A- -TpeThe bee can be ha B ? Fowlers. SIS Srd ttreet. s.e. prof,J-.JcS M Street, between 12th ' C,?Sl,Dn'Blrt COraCr 16th aUd "SdelpbJ Hou.e. M8 Pennsylvania Are. fartDWEW TOHK CITT. DAA.Urn.l29,6lhAve. BOSTON, MASS. rta. l. Keed.83 Cambrldgest. SATURDAY, Nov. 28tbt 1889. juocals. . James Muuly of Lynch- Rev. Va., is iu the cltT butfr ii Cmlfli Vina ttan Nfe.Uenrieuu mi - 8rfd teacher in Montgom- The Capital City Guards will jit a hop at their Hall Thanks irine; night- The Tea party given at Mrs. fails 407 Nrt.,n.vF.f on Thurs day evening was largely attended. Tho officers of Mt. Carmel Baptbt church are prepariug to give a prize entertainment. Mcely furnished front room at 734 10th St., m. w., for gentlemen only, J Nov. 20, A t. Wanted, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 November 1889

; imtmm 1 aSSa -Uni., ill m ,i Jfci It; " WJ i;i. L'.T t it. ! V P JW , , .;! WHERE TO BUY THE Bi5i5. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, MS 3rd street 8. e. South Washington : Dr. S. A. Snmby, F bet. 3rd and 4J sts., s. w. and Kev.R. S. Laws, 316 fl st. s. w. Northwest: Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Oapt. W. P.' Gray5 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13th sts,; Ghas. Beaile, cor. 13th and H sts.; Philadelphia House 348 Pa. Ave. Can always be obtained at any of the above named placed every Saturday moraine. TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, c Kj matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, 925 Penn. ave., calls attention to bis 1 tree stock of 8TEINWAY Chase k. Gambler, Wheelock, Briggs, Behning, and other PIANOS ! Story and Clark, Ooucb. and Warren ORGANS. Wonderful Aeolian Orgaan, Sold on installments, exchanged, rented, repaired, timed, moved, and st...

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

SS&XF, l-'SP ' ' ,, r . rjnSf 5 t rt, r i iv kJ -J- I i ii fr , Terms. $2.00 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. vL viil WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30,3889. NO. 273 - 5fcHfcte . e -Q - tfEAT I SAW, AND HEARD. LvE MO MAKES A ROUND. GOS SIP ' 1' THE TOWN. ECT. Co"i'inan Mckinsley, jr., of nhin Til he elected .speaker of the next ( uII'TeSS. "'1' ""J i know hiui to bo souuii on rate. . ....r .mil suuu a man in me nwiker chair of the House would reatly strengthen the republican CoI1frrps.iuau Cheatham left the citv afuiT immediately after his anival ' town. There one thing about Mr. Cheatb.un that the iouthem people sbonld appreciate i muiu wiicuianj L constituents, and that is his germination to carry on? his I was present at the meeting ield under the auspices of the Bu reau ot Kehet on last Monday night. TlH must seuMble peech delivered was that of Hon. John Mercer Lanton'.s. Piol. Langston's idea ol organization was ably discussed atid d Iik- ideas could bo carried...

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

frrmffp "Vr J""V' mr-'5yTrT'''rT " iT -?SFwS r- ---Pi!3r 1' ;. I IV --l . Bu 1. I t 6 E 9 '1 l sv 1' j&r The BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btroe northwest, "Washington, D. C. nterd at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second ClaBS mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, EMBARRASSING THE 1.IC PRINTER. PUB- It seemB as if tbe Democratic members of the typographical union are endearvoring to embar rass the Public Printer, by passing a rule in the union prohibiting the members of tbat organization from working extra hours. When Mr Benedict was Public Printer, and when he requested the men to work, that union readily passed a rule sjrantiug his request. Per haps these gentlemen are not aware that Mr. Palmer is not to he played wiih; he is not one of that kind to be intimidated. Per haps these gentlemen forget that it is an act of mere courtesy for the Public Printer to make such a request from an organization, that is, in itself, powerless to stop the wheels of the gove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 November 1889

J"yJlW'aw jev - - xr-vf-r ' ..wja-JTejes f rjE. B15B Al lUQBIZEP AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. v.Ut-r. SIS 3rdS. E. j. v- " . f.,r adveiUMns rarnisnejuu u "VrcUonaWeadverilwsinenUWlUnot ta-1-- . ... u.,v- nrice. au teuiu ,w u 1 n-i a v. C3. .rjserU'J a' naie i.t- draft, postal money order 5 j or - Mouey forwarded ftIt,,S0,e.ay. satlhe 6ender'B ri8k' In ,s '-r .,.r,.nnntand vrhatltlBfor :M niouej the amount and what te-1-"" ,..,,ntiv stated. J . retc. should All to ietu- be ad-dressed BLE rCBLlSUISG, CO. WashinKton T. O pCBLUsflEU EVKBY SATURDAY Ar WASH., D C. " hUE THE BEE CAN BE HA , i i Fowlers, 818 3rd street, s.e. j,?Po:is..M street, between 12th .1 1,a. .,.- nmesist corner 16th and j ti. i'1'"' ro itreet. -orU)-esU Philadelphia EV YORK CITY. I, A.ieeu,429, 6lh Ave, i.oTO", 3IASS. Vi6.l iiee. W4 Cambridge st. BATrRlAY, Nov. 80th, 1889. locals. Som- Nfgw officials cau't stand pi05Veri,i' 2V Washington Cadet CorpB nil give a grand Fair very soon. If yuu want cheap job work don't Ui. to...

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

H. r SJ'ypisiSF5 m -J if- $ t.n i V irt W HERE TO B U Y TU JS B J5JB. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31S 3rd street s. e. South Washington : Dr. S. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4 sts., 8. w. and Eev.R. S. Laws, 316 H st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Capt. W. P. Gray 15th near L st. ; Mrs. PoUety, M bet 12th and 13th rts.; Ohas.Bealle, cor. 13th and H sts.; Philadelphia House 348 Pa. Ave. Can always be obtained at any of the above named places every Saturday morning. TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fc- all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is pid for. Edward F. Droop, 925 Pnn. ave., calls attention t lus 1 iisre stock of STEIN WAY Ohase & Gambl-r, Wlieelock, Briggs, Belinimr, and other PIANOS ! Storr a.d Clark, 0 uch and Warren OKGAN"5. Wonderful A"lian Orffaari, rold on installment, 'Xclianj:'d, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1889

i! ' F- - " " Terms. $2.00 Per year in Adyance. VOL. VIII. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7,1889. NO. 28 ft O CiA i Jm& VHAX 1 SAW, AND HEARD. Thomas Reed has been elected .neater, ami what can the Negroes Mject. The most surprising thing In the election of Mr. Reed, was he vote of Hon. H. P. Cheatham of orth Carol iuii. nuw o wiuiou Iran could vote for Reed, I can't Mja'ine- Mr- Cheatham has no knowIwl&e of Mr, Reed's record. qIS ew7i act has been against rrotttH'iom and what the Negro i to tsp. ci I don't know. The rights aud liberties of a peo ple are mow important than a few netu offices that may be given out ' n.fnl nanrWrtntn Wail Mr Cheatham remained steadfast, McKuullev the Negroes friend, would hae been elected. 1 was told a few davs ago that Mr. Cheat bam promised to vote for him. Hope tuat our colored (Jongress mam not committed a blander; I toe that he made no promises wilr. Mekindley and then after wards broke tuem. I shall further inves...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1889

L. am h.. u ff i ' I r :txi 4 r :?., 4 Ml Ms. v- V r.r; .: V.'i k i A k 5 K 41 V 4 1.J i ' ij tke BEE. Publlihed every Sstordtv at 1109 I atree northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Despite the adverse criticism ot President Harrisou, hie first mes sage to Congress has aroused the democratic party to such a degree that it will require the whole 0 nited States Army to quiet it. The message is an able documeut and what ib now needed, so far as his reference to the Negro is con cerned, and the only part of this message In which the Negro is in terested, is for Congress to act. The President was very mild in his reference to the Southern ques tion, but just strong euough to iu form Congress what it has got to do. The President consumed a large space to the enforcement of the Civil Service law, in that wethiuk he will have offensers. No Civil Service law can be successfully c...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1889

m rjrliE B iSB AUTUOHIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. "TTadveit "inu furnibneu on appU t,tiniat,e,bctouableaaverti6eiaenlBWillnot 'atl0D" V at any price. All remittances oe lDf,r mn.le by draft, postal money onler ,Un 'rS'.red letter. Money forwarded 0 nV !lv tile amount and what it is for :pic" i ot.i.ton senuer-B !! ah .-, ir v laan- ienu.6 , .,,.. stated. inUb .... i. stated. 5tT muucj ,HonlJbeCl1 should be ad-dressed All iers- W BEE PUBLISHING, CO. Washinton D. O FC,10IT..N.W.. WASH..B C. -hRE "the bee CAN BE HA , i w Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. TJ:?r-yl Street. between 12th . Ser!" Druggist come, 16th and ,trt,KortnwesU Philadelphia House. SlSPennsyanJa Ave. tfortowest. NEW YORK CITY. D.A.Ureeu.429, 6lh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Keed. 93J4 Cambridge St. SATURDAY' Dc. 7th, 1889. jLiocals- Ifroti want first doss job work ione'call at the Bee office 1109 J npcialtv PrommisEory Notes, Checks and Drafts, discounted for School Teachers, W. A. Stewart. For Rest: Several desiiable Rooma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 December 1889

f M tff i t ..t !. r" WHERE TO BOY THiS BuiiS. East Washington, Prof. J. W Fowler, 31 S 3rd street s. e. South Washington: Dr. S. A. Sumby, F bet. 3rd and 4 sts., s. w. and Rev.R. S. Laws, 316 fl. st. s. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 16th and M streets ; Capt. W. P. Gray' 15th near L st. ; Mrs. Pokety, M bet 12th and 13tb tits.; Ohas.Bealle, cor. 13th aud H sts.; Philadelphia House 348 Pa. Ave. Can always be obtained at any of the above named places every Saturday morning. TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, iu the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. No matter of a persoual nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. Edward F. Droop, g25 Penn. ave., calls attention to his 1 nee stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Whet-lock, Briggs, Behninjr, and otlier PIANOS ! Story and Clark, vJotieh and Warren ORGAN'. Wonderful Aeolian Oraaan, Sold on installments, exchanged, rented, repaired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Guitars. Strngs...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1889

y - & - - "v -y '"V h-, A t --r. ' -N. - 4' c 'Terms. $2.00 Per year in AdYance. 5 cents per copy. voTvm WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14,1889. NO. 29 s -. r W Jilf''4 WHAT I SAW, AND HEARD. The office seekers are crowded in , hotels of the city and their tbe . . maiiv. Some who have eS the 4th of March ? Sers coming in daily ? that thev are in need of some Sof help: North Carolina, KStfaand one or two other SSero States have the largest cumber of office seekers m town. r What toe uuiwiuu - -" "to lBt T W. White, Foreman of PaE:..r will he I am unable Estate It is claimed that Mr. White swore before the committee Sit investigated Mr. Benedict that El wa a democrat and had been for five vears. While it may be 11 Vat he did testify to the above, White is a very good man Z perhaps can explain away if testimony to the satisfaction 0f tbe present Public Printer. I tear that Hou. Levi P. Morton is urgiuK a man for nis place from New York. Trom the present aspect of the situati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1889

aSfflKR3,:3Fff'f h 'K.ufejas. r'-'-'? ' ' s 1 H u tw ? . & H t! V :fS . kr. iiTk :.. a -1 i "i f u A VI y. v f t jt li The BEE. PnblUhed every Saturday at 1109 I "tree aorthweat, Washington, D. C. nUred at the Post Office at "Washington D.C., aa Second Class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. OUR CONTESTANTS. In onr last issue we briefly mentioned the claims of our con testant colored Congressmen and since that time we feel more en couraged as to their claims to a Beat in the 51st Congress. "We believe from what it is claimed iu their briefs that they all will Le admitted. There is no doubt that they were all fairly bnd honestly elected and the present Congress will be ia duty bound to admit them. John Mercer Langston one of the contestants is irom Virginia and represents the largest D.strict in the State and no doubt has the largest following of any represen tative in the State of Virginia. Langston would make one of the most brilliant Congressmen in this country. He is fear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1889

- - -"Ka-y:i 'iwmnyirif' M jiy-.W7, rX'HJE BE AGENTS. ft' Ai riioKizEU eWT WASHINGTON. -, '- S18 3rd 3. E. rj f -- tisinu' farnisneaonappU .fukii" notvi nnr tt : uoiMMeadveruwiueu.-. i"'" i- ah ramiiuiuceo .mrailvci .. v- .-. .4 t . - .,MV DfCCi - t"lebylmft,poBUl money order .- - 3 altered letter. Mouey forwarded -.rreg.rea gender., rUk. Xll nerw"- . what it U for UJUUiiv - -- .'' money tueamouu. .. a.J ! A-' .disunctlv letter. e bould be ad-dreissed RFE PUBLISHING, CO. B Washlncton D. O -TffED EVEBY SATURDAY Ar "VmERE THE BEE CAN BE HA , t w Fowlers. 818 8rd street, s.e. Pr p.''krtv-6.M Street, between 12th . ;5iHrtBeIerI" Druggist corner 16th and :St- Home. 348 Penney vanl Ave. H.Be pBet,SorUiwesU Pb.ladelplila ilorts o-ptt. VEW YOBKCITX. D A.Ureen.429, 6ih Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Trm I- "ed. 93, Cambridge St. gATXKDAY. Icc 14, 1889. locals. Hon. Robert Small is m the city. fl.u, J. Williams of 1ST. C. is in tie err- ifoa II. P. Cheatham returned tie city from N.C Monday. In another c...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 December 1889

Tl' 5ass? m ?T it ir Pfc iSF: i ! 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., 8. w. and Rev.R. S. Laws, 316 fl st. a. w. Northwest : Dr. Beller, 16th and 31 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 348 Do A.V6. Can always be obtained at any of the above named places every Saturday rooming. - TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, iu 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 1 use stock of STEINWAY Chase & Gambler, Wheeloek, Briggs, Behninjr, and otlier PIANOS! Story and Clark, Oouch and Warren ORGANS Wonderful Aeolian Orff-ian, Sold on installment, exchanged, rented, repHired, tuned, moved, and stored. Violins, Banjos, and Guitars. S...

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