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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 May 1891

.8 -" Terms. $1.60 Per year In AdYance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. IX WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 23,1891. m V - rj& BB laW -J -TJ jf NO 52 ONE OF THE GREATEST. THE FIRST NEGRO TO PRESIDE A NATIONAL CONVENTION. JOHN It. LYNCH OVER Of Mississippi, was born iu Con cordia Parisb, Louisiana, Septem ber lOtb, lSil, but has lived in Adams County, Mississippi since 1SG3. He was appoiuted Just ce of the Peace, Adams County, Hatches in 1S69 and served iu that capacity until November the same year, when he was elected to the Legisla ture from bis county, and re-elected in 1871, serving the last term as Speaker of the House. He was chairman of the Repflblicau Execu tive Committee of Mississippi from 1S71 to 18S9. Was a member ot the 43rd, 44th and 47th Congresses, where be served with distinction and honor. Was a delegate to the National Republican Oouveutiou at Philadelphia iu 1872, serving on the committee ou Platform and iltesolutions. Was a delegate to the National Republican Conven- c...

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. — 23 May 1891

Tfce Mt: -' BEE. ,JLZf . : PablUlied "every Saturday at 110J 1 Street .Northwest. Washington. I. C. Entered at the Pogt Ofllee at Washington u second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. Editok. On our front page will be seen an excellent cut of Hon. John R. Lynch. What is to be done about Ihe protest Dr. Purvis made against the managers of the base ball club nearFreedmeu's Hospital? Dr. J. M. Townsend has con cluded to resign his position b Recorder of the Land Office. He will return to Richmond, Ind., and begin preachiug? Hon. John R. Lynch presided at the second meeting at the Metro politan church and Hon. John F. Cook at the first. They are both good presiding officers and know how to handle the gavel. Dr. R. S. Laws, formerly the South Washington correspondent of the Bee, will preach at the Va. Avenue Baptist church to-morrow morning. The friends of this eloquent divine should not fail to hear him. Dr. Laws on his re turn to Pittsburg, Pa., will be the editorial correspondent fo...

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. — 23 May 1891

THE 3BMJE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. W. Fowler, 318 3rd S, E. m m K:iinutet !ur ailveiUbniE furuiMieil on appli nation, objectionable aUveriiBenienUwilluot be ltiwrtetl at uuy price. All remittances Minuiul be mmle by draft, postal money order express irrej;ibtivil letter. Money forwarded it nnv other way. Is at the sender'! risk. Xu eomliu; money Hie amount and what It Is for Uould be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., bliould fe ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washlnutou D. 0 PUKLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Pror. J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. M rs. Polfcetys. M Street, between 12th 13b Northwest. J H. Heller, Druggist corner 16tb and street. Northwest. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. W or to west. NEW YOEK CITY. D. A. Green. 129, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Keed.S34 Cambridge at. SATURDAY, May 23rd 1891. jbocals. Wanted: A boy to attend to a horse ami to do office work. Apply ar this ollice immediatel...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 May 1891

V. The Appeal mmmm 'm Jzrr Jl& aSSIs Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro-Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. " It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks, upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $1.10 per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F.ADAMS, MANAQtl,, CHICAGO. ILL. Aim WiHTSD to Ouruiftr Aire tiilBf Fitrontg. X until amount of work dons with tact and intelligence may pro duct a, considerable tneoms. AfentsearniererU kundrsd dollarun commissions in aaingleseaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 May 1891

ro 30 lfM'S7, a r Mkrf iZ. Terms- $1-so fer 3ear !d AdYance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. X WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAY 30,18917 ,XD &JL, roastajtim Mt NO 1 K CLABA TO LOUISE. J)ear Louise: Yoar loving letter came duly to lmud and contents noted with pleasure. I expect to attend the kmarriage of Miss H., next week. From all accounts it ia to be a grand affair. J What on earth was the matter -Vitu your last letter? It seemed as if-you was biting at every body and auythiug that came within your reach, especially where you xefeired to colored women not like the Anglo-Saxon females when clerking in stores, etc. I often go into stores and offices where white girls are employed and they are in conversation with young mn apparently tlieir best friend, ,jaud they will see them to tbe door and even held a conversation out .sideot the door. In the evening' Ithesw same yoing men can be seen escorting the AugloSaxon ladies(?) Home ; but let a colored lady even Iborr to a friend during working...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 May 1891

s The fS "r jov: &2 ?ijRS V "' ::.. BfcE. V7 PublUheUTevery Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post'OBlee at Waslilngton as second class mallinatter. W. CALVIN CHASE. Editok. The Baptist Couucil held a live ly meetiug Monday morning. There is yet a lack of unity among the lunilis of the church, wha can they expctfrom otliere? We have just received from Emma Howard Wright, a novel entitled, entitled "Pubbioh Flowers and the cross." It will be in order for lieva. Scott, Howard, Waldron, and Phillips to orgauize a little ussuei tion of their own. The death of Alra. Sella Martin takes from this community u wo man of remarkable intellect. She was indeed a uoble woman. Is is not time for something to be doue with the Harmony Cem etery? Is the- rights of the lot owners to be deuied them? Tie Washington corn spondent of the Age is makiug a canvass f r Mr. Fortune. He would make more headway canvassing for his paper. Auother fraudulent scheme has starte...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 May 1891

THE BlblE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WA8HIHOTOS. W. Fowler, SIS 3rU S. E. o KHi I mitteb for ndvei Umiik ftirulbneit on apptl e itiuu. OltjecUuiiubleuavrriiBeiiieuUwHluol Uo luserteU at any price. All remittances should bu maile by ilnift, postal money order etiin-ssorri-siHUTixltter. Money forwarded i any other way, is at the sender'! risk, in fending money the amount and what it U (or uoulJ bedlBllnctly staled. All letters, etc., Khould b ail-drebBed KE PUBLISHING, CO. Wartilrmtou I). 0 PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. N. U, WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W, Fowlers, 31S 3rd street, s.e. M re. 1'olkety 'b. M Street, between 12th I3h Northwest. J H. Boiler, Druggist come' 18th and ireet, Northwest. Philadelphia House. SIS Pennsylvania Ave. Sortuwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6lh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Keed, 93H Cambridge St. SATURDAY, May 30th 1891. Wanted: A boy to atteud to a horse and to do office work. Apply at this office immediately. Wanted: Two ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 May 1891

mar tksj n-ir m t The Appeal Interests all the family . It is a na tional Afro - Aineru an newspaper, having the largest circulation of an) journal of its cl.b. It is full of in teresting newt, matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro-Americans. It bas become a great success by its untiring enterprise. N It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $.:.oo per year, $i.io pel six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agent rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, MANA31R. CHICAGO. ILL. ASBHTB VJa.l-OTD te Caarua fat AS vax tiainf FaUonapa. X inkll amount of work aoca with tact and intlligtncs may pro dues a considerable ineomt. Agents earn several kundrad dollarsin coramiwiionsin a single se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 June 1891

r- r"'1- $ Jbpvqsfc I V k PHBBB ,L, j3& -w &L ""v Ct i'wiilli j H tC5CiS3py two DOMs3wTtlU.TWErrr com re wuaea aJSCwc&Sg bPW EBEhP - Cosmopolitan' 1 3 Terms. $1.80 Per year in Advance. VOL. X WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JUNE 6,1891. 5 cents per copy. NO 2 LOUISE TO CLARA. THEY; SAY Dear Clara : It - - .. ! .1 1 II with a ereac ueai oi measure, out your last letter, was mieu wuu suppositions aud defenses of those who ought to act better when they attend our social entertainments. I agree with your letter of last week wlien you Bay mac tne nan uaker society was not responsible ior the action of the woman who caused the disturbance at their entertainment. A woman who is married has no business to insult another married man because he refused to dance with her. Women of suspicious characters have no business to be associated with peo pie who endeavor to live above suspicion. The Banuaker associa tion is composed of young men of influence and character in this city aud it is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 June 1891

M- ' J , I ftSSiJnvnwir-- : -- " ' --rTrir inr .rfiriHiiifi nl n-JVTrTSriT8ni ifi -i iiMMfflWnrfim jT" "x ft " i - J ) V l. H - . IK , -; F -& .. ,.. j , vwrtf L I fi I, ? B K T mJ. 4.- i 1 t. fi-' riw f$ $$! I V- If 0' .I ( ?: 4 1 !r s "- 9 J v --" ! 'fc'1 v 51 f jl m! ' 1 - I I1 M : ?-' V f I I 1 i Tlie EE Published every Saturday at1109 1 Street Northwest, "Washington, D. 0. Entered at the PoBt Offlee at Washington aB second class mail .matter. Y. CAL.VIN CHASE. Editor. The editor of the New York Age ib the editor of a special col umn in the Pilot. m W ill some one please tell us what the New York Aue means by its frequent mention of "our Mr. Fortum?" South ern Christian Recorder. Mr. Fortune can than any one else. tell you better It is suggested that Prof. J. M. Gregory, a member of the High and Normal school committee ap point Prof. H. M. Browne, princi pal of the High School. The ex hibitiou of Prof. Browne's class in Physics ib an evidence of that gentlemau's genius: MUST...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 June 1891

fl PiSjjajBwiaiajS jar t. 3 attdMiMiBikaAi Wim liftiri'n riiiniBTrir wlrr FW-VnntrYSg 'rnifrFfnirifiiL'n !XHB BEE AlJTUOKIZKD AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON, curler. 318 3rd S. E. P iicnir rnriuKiiGd ou auuli I, lor nuvaw"ii I oWecUonableadVBrtlBeinentBWlUnot .:,; Tbe made by draft, postal money older ,tpu ..Jr. lsatthe Bender's rtek. In - a. v. the amount and what It Is for . ...M be dlstlnctlv stated. au letter., etc. shonld b, addressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C POLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY A' 1109 I ST.. N. W., WASH.. D C. A HERE TUE BEE CAN BE IIA Pn.f J W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s.e. ".'po'lkety-s. M Street, between 12lh i Northwest. I u. Heller, Druggist corner 16th and irWt, Norm west. lWlBdelphla House. 318 Pennsy.vnla Ave. jortuwest. NEW YORK CITY. I. A. Green. 429, Gtu Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. UKeed. 934 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, June 6th 1891. locals. lion. P. 13. S. Pinchback, is in the city. The boh of Ex-Gov. P B. S. J'luchbach, who haB beeu quite ill is said to be out of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 June 1891

v Jar ( H ' '4- ' :ysjs,3rr!r i xzl&J f t Mm nice ir 4 :-- r 4 A JL1 yj 2 S- "1 4 iS i f v $ RapqprHHHIMea I mi $ The Appeal ImMMU Interests all the family tional Afro - American It is a na news paper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro-Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. A It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks, upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $i.io per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for theirserv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, MANNER, CHICAGO. ILL. AfMTO WlWxiu to C&XTasife? A4tr tuinf Patronage. A Email amount of work ion vith tact and intelligenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 June 1891

r- S W Terras. $1.60 Per year in Advance. m vui. a . . s ., ?7? ,r - . -j JfsKfs&gftf' -- :rr--.-- 5 cents per copy. v fm m WASHINGTON, D. 0.. SATURrYJnNE l.q irqi " rz ----- -- - fHfc ItF ----i--- - .3Eb. : n 2iO o rinH i I BMaaaa''Tm--Bi-rian--i-i-ra-iM 1 1 I ft BETTER THINGS Better to smell the violet cool than sip the glowing wine; Better to hark a hidden than watch a diamond shine. Better the love of gentle heart than beauty's favor proud ; Better the rose's living seed than roses in a crowd. letter to love in loneliness than to bask in love all dayj Better the fountain in the heart than the fouutain by the way. Better be fed by a mother's hand than eat alone at will ; lMter to trust in God than say, 'My goods my storehouse fill." Better to be a little wise than in knowledge to abound; Better to teach a child than toil to fill perfections round. Better to sit at a Master's feet than thrill a listening State; Better suspect that thou art proud than be sure that thou art grea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 June 1891

JS3WBSVJ5,SI'ir-"T" -.-'- "jiT-M- HlUllriblKllJuriUMHateMi - wi. w - - r JL .swerve" WJ'1' 1 mMh if mt riMfin iMnMBiiimm ii i ii i -I (i ' i- w .' IfcVul AK ' b w. n . r. t T M IP 1 n u t if P) if tVouT JnL X -r Tto HI V Published every Saturday ai;il09 1 Street NorthweBt, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post'Offiee at Washington aa second clasB malljuiatter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. Henry Johnson is not identified with the colored race. Did you say that Heury Johnson was investigating the morals of Prof. Gregory? It is just what the Bee said. The Commissioners have given Johnson and others every opportu nity to prove their charges. They have it all to themselves and yet they have proven nothing. It is no bluff Heury Johnson, Bill Smith and Dan. Murry, are investigating the morals of a chris tiau gentleman. Great Ueasor what is the world comiug to? "Why liecorder B. K. Bruce re tains Henry Johnson is something his friends can't understand. He attempted to run Col. Schyer until he w...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 June 1891

.i-" mm.-.., ,. a,rri i..a, .at 7- yftyfr. ft-.j t .-.y .?. .r -- -.yrfif nfj-i " i . - j. j ini.. mtu iixlL-iijCJL-iLaj-JuLui THE 3B"6UE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowl er, 31S 3rd S. E. W. tsHumiet. lor advertising furnisnea on appli " lU oWectlouubleaUverilbeineutswllluot be luwru-dat any price. All remlttoncea iH.mhl he made by draft, postal money order as or registered letter. Mouey forwarded anv other way. is at the sender's rlst. In eaag raouey the amount and what It is for b,Mild be distinctly stated. Alt letter, etc., suouiu. us uurebbea EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashlnKton D. U PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH.. D C. WHERE TUE BEE CAN BE HA T,r i uv Fowlers. SIS 3rd street, s.e. MrvI'otfeetys.M rrm. '-- Street, between 12th Ub ywtbwest. r H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and lieet,Sortnwe6t. Philadelphia UouBe, 318PennByvanla Ave. ortuwesi. NEW YOEK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed, 93J4 Cambridge st. SATURDAY, June 13th 1891....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 June 1891

fSJtsHsssssswji-' "" PiSHsssH'fit'i IJgBaBssssssW v&t - sBLHsssssssw HHasssssssL ' fe M H VIS t ffagx t i? ( The Appeal ill Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro -Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. A It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks, upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $i.io per six months, invariably in advance. AVe want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, MANAQtP, CHICAGO. ILL. A HDHI WIRWD U CtaTiMfor ACt tiling Fatronage. X email amount of vetk dona with tact and intelligence max pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 June 1891

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 June 1891

- -xA MWBMBHfcMBaja,iawMawwMWMiMwaij31PBMBBwiBFEBaWWBIa5S5!BSiS 'yfcwWla-" SB vi'i'i J i I :W N A 4 it A. t : L 'ft ' w i kit i 'tit J I ft i il Hi J I ! I IK - 1 TPi B' M K - - ' i The Ply "V"-' BEE the highest approval of the people present. THISDAY CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM. Published every Saturday at;il09 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the PoitJOfflee at Washington is second cIubb mallf matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, EDITOR. Gregory has been rindicated. The scandal mongers have bean kuocked out. A new deal trict politics. is wanted in Dis- Will Recorder B, K Bjuce re tain that scandal mooger? McKiuley will be the next gov ernor of Ohio. Will that Bneak in the Record ers office put in writing what he and CaBino Bill stated to Mr. Richardson? Thai is an old ches uut thi-t will not work. Mr. G. Herbert Renfro has been appointed Notary Public for the District of Columbia, by President Harrison. This is but another in stance of the recognition of young men by this administrati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 June 1891

TELE BH2E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowl er, 318 3rd S. E. v KBtiniuteb fur advertiMue furuisned on appli cation. ObJectiouableadvertlMJinuuts will not Ue Inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order es prcbs or registered letter. Money forwarded ii anv other way, isattbe sender's risk. In 6endlug money the amount and what It Is ror uould be distinctly stated. All letters, etc,, should es ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WasninKton D. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA. Prof. J. V, Fowlers, 318 3rd Btreet, s. e. M rs. Polkety's, M. Street, between 12th 13ti Northwest, J U. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and street, Northwest, Philadelphia House, 348 Pennsylvania Ave. tfortuwest. NEW TOEK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Keed, 93J Cambridge St. SATURDAY, June 20th 1891. Wanted: Two good collectors A liberal percentage paid if compe tent. Call at once. Mr. R. G. Tredwell l...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 June 1891

i (BPf"",i.tji36 ic JiBBB? jfr jJSflk. "??fipBPP3BByiSBHSiPHffBHMS8K Mfc.BeeeeeBeBaBeeeeiaeele !t,r"3Fri S-pvvK, "4HbHBImw iv iar BWM8eV IIHHHBkhfBHH E!5?ijPH5vFflajg7 jtf.'SFy-aW Jt&G -""5S?i,2-fca 1 - ', - - -WT" "" - "" W-' - -i-" ' ' - ,'.' tt is?: - ft ' i i -' "j W fe.H ! if .i i f.F'T 1 ft It ; The Appeal i-IWI fHrmWmL Y W tn . "JW frUJ Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains 'sketches and portraits of prominent Afro -Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. " It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks, upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $i.io per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ice...

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