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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 July 1890

y JA'A'4 Terras. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy - I vol. IX. iSZ.xf WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JULY 19,1890. Z7 r WHAT I SAW, AND HEARD. There are some people so bad in tins city until it has become neces sity to organize a "Law and Order Association.'' Now, is this asso (MtuHi for the protection o all classes of citizens against ttu toughs of the city, or is t lor the purpose of a few colored ,n, is to gain a little cheap notorie- .- The question is why should , j tain classes of colored people or ganize a Law and Order Club, un " - it is to keep order, respecta- , tv and sobriety among them . vt-s. If this late association is i hat purpose, I am in favor of I am of the opinion that it will i, ui'cessarj for Judge Miller to . mi-dp of its members a lecture morality and how to let females j , who are anxious to maintain , ,i irtue and honor. The Law , i.l Order club has a great work ..f u it and siuce some of its uH'inbers ate anxious to gain noto. v-v osi the expense ...

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. — 19 July 1890

V i. t i 'Ft ; r f 'i t V. I & BEE. The PubliBhed every Saturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington,. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington D. C, as Second Class mall matter. V. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, CHAIRMAN BELDEN'S PEAL. AP- THE REPUBLICAN PRESS URGED TO USE ITS INFLUENCE FOR THE LODGE BILL. Representative Belden, chair mau of the Republican Congres sional Committee, has iBsued the following address to the Republi can editors of the country: "The Republican party, in ub Beveral national platforms, have pledged the country that, as one of its fundamental planks, it would see to the execution of that pro vision of the Constitution which guarantees to every lawful voter in Federal elections his right to deposit his ballot and have it counted for the candidate of his choice. That pledge, based on justice involves merely the exer cise of an unquestionable Consti tutional right of every Americau citizen. .Nevertheless the gravest election abuses in a large section of our c...

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. — 19 July 1890

OSHES ryHB BISE autuouized AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. . sis 3rd S. E. V. fOict " . ticmir fiinitfincd on aDDll ntPblO""11' eBl" DblectlouableaaveriUeuientswIllnot ciU"D' ted at any price. All remittances oe l?f,L made by draft, postal money order n 1UW r re-istered letter. Money forwarded e'preS .herVay. 1b at the sender'B risk. In ' 'T.L money the amount and what it 1b for f'Unle distinctly stated. ' am teller". et.. sbonld fes ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. wasninKion u. u oTmlsHEDEVEUY SATURDAY A' F?1091ST..W:;WASH..D C. -TfaERE THE BEE CAN BE HA . . u' Fowlers, S18 3rd street, s.e. I lbety'8'M street, between 12th "f H.rBener. Drnggist corner 16th and Hreet,'ortnwesU Philadelphia Uouse. slSPennsy-mla Ave. cortowest. NEW YOEKCITY. U. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. I tteed WA Cambridge St. Rev K. S. Laws, editoral cor re3poudent and South Washin g n manager. All kmda ot Job Printin- done. Advertisements and subscriptions received. 316 H street, 8. w. SATURDAY, July 19th 18...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 19 July 1890

1 JjBJl w- , . I ' ' J U , : f ? ; tiff , & ii i . .' i "V S i ' AX ' K "WHERE TO IBOYTHJSBEK. NORTHEAST Pr. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WESx. Dr. . IJ.Beller, n. e., comer lGth and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15tb bet. Lj and M sr C. H. Watson,J 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., Ctb and K. streets. TAKE NOTION The patrons of tbe Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, iu the wav ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it ib paid for. Cientleman will do T V'SLL TO CALL ON gj. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -&-Next door to the Bf.e Office. J. W. Taylok. i sepl4-lyr. Tlie Tational UNIVERSITY Under tbe auspices of THE ULUEI BAPTIST IE.IIIII.TIII Founded and located at Wash ington, D. C, with the Rev. R. S. Lu, D. DM as president, is now open to students from r.U over the couutrv. No other distinction than moral fit ties. Tuition for admis ssion is ib follow...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 July 1890

-fKV TV-5" 5f Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. V()L. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JULY 26,1890. NO 9 WHAT I SAW, AND HEARD. Ion. J. Milton Tamer is in town, looking as well and hearty as usual. I nave often heard poll ticwns remark that he is one of the mll polished Negroes in this country. Milton Tumor is able, he lias a great future if he would nnb embrace the opportunities be fore In in- admire the man for bm policed mauuers, braver and ibilir . He deals with men like a Inan.he possesses manly courage ami dare express his convictions, be tin- light or wrong. He is, uo .iniit the only Negro in this coiintiv tbat has successfully ear ned out a great scheme that redowtis to his race as well as to bis own benefit. There is a man some where m Pme llluff, Ark., by the name of j c. Dukes, who . has mistaken cowardice for bravery, cheek for ability, an ass and a mule's head for a human being and settled down on the good people of that S'l'e .i a pauper refugee from ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 July 1890

ilsnssslwiMM'slMSMSJWMMMiBSSSSlMM- HI .' sr m '? ij t r ' ;i"i fr: KJ: P'l TV ; J I? 1 OH 'J -a Jf' Mnhiiciiod nvurv fimnnlav at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, 1). C. ntercd at the Post Office at Washington D. C. as Secou'i Class mail matter. V. CAI.VIN CliA.SE, Editor. rtac jU'i. ' "' " DEMOCRATIC DODGE. Such newspapers as the New York World aud New York Sun are growiup; charmingly solicitors as to the future welfare of the A fro-American voter and are giv- ing tnni a good deal of voluntary advice and delegate attention. They have made the alarming dis covery that for more thau a quar ter of a century the colored voter has been laboring an egregious hiluunatiou as to his relation to the respective political parties. He has been viing with the Re publican party under the delusion that that par'y had fhowu greater consideration for him thau the Democratic party; whereas, the Democratic, a d uot the Rjpub'n party has been and is his staunch friend. Really, to r ad some of the ro...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 July 1890

--I&ES B3E- l iHOUIZFU AGENTS. tV,T WASHINGTON. t , , 318 3rd S. E. . ...i....rii,iui: furnisned on appli , ,-i onnble advertisements -will not ay price- A11 remittances . t,y draft, postal money order Llcrcd littfr. Money forwarded icit.'he 6ender'3 risk. In . the amount and what It is for "l.ctlV btaled. i , etc.. should ts ad-.irefescd Hi PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O DIT1 NIK1 EVEUY SATURDAY A " - .... v TliEBEE CAN BE "liA A 1 1 " . . Fowlers. 818 3rd street, s.e. r r ,.Jv-b,M Street, between 12th , j S jrt-" Ist corne' 16th and i H le ' ' u oa -et.Norti.wst- :aJe.P j la House. 318 Pennsy. "la Ave. CirtJWes'. NEW YORK CITY. l . Green. 429,6th Ave. uoSTON, 3IASS. .n i.Keed.93J4 Cambridge St. RpV K S. Laws, editoral cor rev.UW and South Washins- n manager. All kinds, of Job Prultil o- done. Advertisements and subscriptions received. 316 H ;treef, 9. w. ""sATTIiDAY, July 26th 1890 OC5XlS. The Bke office 18 the place to haveynr l'ri"t"mg done. If 0ll want first class job work...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 26 July 1890

I I? Ntf , !r ly ) r u i- -i : ,iti S WHERE TO BUY THJfiBEK. NORTHEAST Pr. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH; WESl. Dr. . H.Beller, n. e., corner 16th and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. h and M sr C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., Cth and K. streets. TAKE NOTIOF The patrons of the Beb muBt nay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages &c N matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. ClENTLEMAN WILL DO X VSLL TO CALL ON CJ- W. TAYLOR, 2he Stylish Hair Cotter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -Next door to the Bee Othce. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie National UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of TIE CDLOBEQ BAPTIST lEIVWIITUh Founded and located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. R. S. Laws, D. D., as president, is now open to students from all over the country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for admis esion is as follows. Resident students '81.00 per month and boarlriu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 August 1890

w" c WM f. Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. Vi)L. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,3890. NO 10 cM(3 j w 4 Jl MftT: WUATI SAW, AND HEARD. I had the pleasure of listening to an eseelleut paper by Mrs. E. J. Cooper, ou last Sabbath afternoon at the 2nd Baptist church. She handled the subject in a philosophi cal manner and so well was her paper read that she got the plau dits of all present. My genial friend B. D. RuJliu, was acting pri'Mdent ami as usual he was in c of his happy modps. Mrs. Cooper is oue of the most refined an(l cultivated lady's among us and she always make an linpres moii wherever she speaks. She is dignified and eloqueutandshe han dled her subject m an artistic man ner. L-.iwyer Ricks is a good rea Miner, ;s well as my genial friend Hewlett. Both of these gentlemen inaile stronc arguments in support ol the lady's paper. Judge Moss was presented with a 'ulil headed cane last week by the police force of this city, for his (U'feiixe of office...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 August 1890

fKB & h '4 ,' - f i r c X W .M W BEL. no M Published pvery Smirdiv at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. W. CALVIN CUASE. Editor, TRyT BA1.TIMOUE ASD PO TOM AC DELW. There has been considerable agitation in and out of Congress for the last few months relative to the removal of the Baltimore acd Potomac passenger depot from its present location to auoth pr nart of the city. Fully satis fied with the nresent location of thp riP.nor. the Denule of Wash ington, could not, for a time, be lieve that their was any ival dan ger of afiimatiye action on the part of Congress, but lecent de velopments have shown them that they cannot without great detriment to every interest of this great and growing city, remain passive. A monster petition sign ed by thouBauds of the best citi zens of this community has just been presented to Congress, pro testing vigorously against me proposed action.. The unanimous verdict ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 August 1890

rjnX-iE BEE t moKIZFiJ AGEKTS. t.VST WASHINGTON. ;1S 3rd H, & ,. tf. .tuy .duitifcins furuiMied ou appU .Hiable act verilteuieuw will not price. All romiiumces. droit, r-obtal money order ;eivd loiter. Mouey forwarded vi o. Is at the Hender'3 rlhk. Jn K ,, amount and what it is for .-tlv btau'd. -.,. etc.. should ts id-lrpsbed t K PUBLISHING, CO. Washiimiou D. O for their nnhinnr00nt.i- . , .. pastor WjTTr- iS i8 and Rev- A- A- Ltt, and others. w behalf of the ohnT-nTiS"""-1-?8.6. took t negative and Saratoga Springs, N. Y., July 26. Air. Calais A. T.nf,.;i. ' . J . ft$W..20V.. WASU..D C. 1 HE BEE CAN BE IIA KowleiB, a IS 3rd btreet, s. e. M street, ueiween lzui Uruggifet corner 16tb and tUIr".- .. I'oK.t S . r' ,AeSl. . J ce..r. p r , b Uoiise.SISPennsy.v nlaAve. ph.-- i3rt' SKW YORK CITY. I, .ire?n,429, 6lh Ave. CiiSTOX, MASS. y-u 1- lU-wl.93 Cambridge St. gJv K. S. L;uv3. editoral cor .ouilent anl South Washing nf manar. All kinds of Job pr!ntircr dne. Advertisements ,cd subs...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 August 1890

N ,f : " :" . j v ',1 A y -j :.. Tv ?r tl : l"j" 1 " . ;r. 1 V r i T. -" V f. . I . !'! : t- ' V .-19 Km v WHERE TO RCTYTHiBEE. jtfORTHEAST Pr. J. W. Fowler 818 3rd St NORTH WESI. Dr. . H.Beller, n. e.,' corner lGth and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M Rr C. H. Watson, 300 IT. Y. Ave. Peel aud Taylor, s. w., Gth and K. streets. TAKE NOTIOF The patronB of the Bee muBt nav fcr all advertisements, m the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. No matter of a personal nature will be inserted imlesB it is paid for. C GENTLEMAN WILL DO X V2LL TO CALL ON J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -Next door to the Bee Ofhce. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie National UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of -TIE COLORED BftPTIST DEMIT!- Pounded and located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. R. S. Laws, D.D., as president, is now open to students from all over the country. No other distiuctiou than moral fituess. Tuition for adni...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 August 1890

r j f ar.-yr . I-.: Il Terras. $1.50 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VOL- ix. WASHTN-GTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 9,1890. NO 11 sr-a-- s - THEY SAY V Advertise ill the Bee. It will pay dealers to advertise tbeir spei'ialties through this pa per. Last Sunday was a very warm day. The let tir of Hon. A. M. Clapp, , Tuesday's "Post" urging the passage of Federal Elections bill was i tiiw'b and to the point. Mr. Clapp knows the needs of the colored people ao the South. Fie is the Negroes friend. The prisoner's van needs ventila tion. To pack from 20 to 25 people in a closed wanon and hauling them from tin Mice Court to the jail, is cruelty o humanity instead of to annuals. Health Ollio.ev Townsend was cdled upon lv some called citizens m leg.ird to it. It N a .""haino to haul people around like dogs. Mv.Townscni took a ride in the van the otln'r day jind said it should have more ventilation. Let it le attended to at once. Pass the Federal Elections bill. Then die colored voters o...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 August 1890

t KRaseIa- i Hi hi . m 10 f j i '' .. I r :.' . ' J ' til' IB : " IS.? V M fk BEE. i'ubsed every S:nrHv at 1189 I stree northwest, Washitiigtou. D. C. ntored at the Post Office at Washington D. C, as Second Class mail matter. V. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, perfectly haDDv and di not ue- f sire freedom, would quote the language or some poor uemguted slave setting forth the beautieB of the divine institution, and de nouncing the abolitionists for dis turbiusr it. It seems that the old game is again being jihiyetl to de feat the "Election "BiP." It wout work. CONTESTED ELECTION CASES. It h ajiain reported that the con tested election cae will be called np in the Houe of Rvpresen., and the contes ants, Langston and Iilh-r, 'wen their seats. Wo have he-ftrd these iiiuiors several times before, if our in em or j eives us faitbfulh. The delay in these cas es is uuaccountabio to ordinary men. There is not. as far as we can see, the MJghtest reisou lor keep ins these jrentlemen out of then seats t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 August 1890

&.ja3 M fHE J313E ,. rUOKIZED AQEKTS. ;A.yr WASHINGTON. ur, 318 3rd S, E. , idM-rUsjns furuisueu on appli , .u.tblcaavri"tueiuents-willnot .. any price. All remittances 10 i ilmft, postal money order tdervd lotier. Money fcrvmrded. Wu. is at the eender'o risk. In , the amount and what It is for urtlv stated. . etc.. should fcr ud-iressed hE PUBLISHING, CO. WabhlnKtou D. O - Ir.P EVEKY SATURDAY A -!.. N- w WASH.. D C. K THE BEE CAN BE HA ,v Fowlers, 318 55rd street, s. e. ,, M Street, between 12th si. . Druggist corne' 16th and , west. .ia House. 318 Penney. .nla Ave. NKW YORK CITY. i. .c;reen,429,6ih Ave. l?oSTON, MASS. , i.. Keetl,9l4 Cambridge St. ,; v K. S. Laws, editoral cor ' .t and South Washing- r,.,tMirir. All kinds of Job '. .'. d me. Advertisements , 1 -.MMiiptions received. 316 H A,-"il)AT,Ang,9il, 1890 ijoeais. T IW.k office is the place to , . t v u jrinting done. I .. ioit is that Lieut. Guy j !. :i4 lifted. ": v. r. It. Durrell has moved t. ; ,v ot business. M'- L...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 August 1890

- fry&r" jflWWjSP'' rpjti ' ;- R. IV. it M-1 . t ft tfirrtraMrritfrrr "---f-" "- --"- WHERE TO BOTVTUJJJBEE.E TORTBEAST s Pr. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St SOUTH WBSI Dr. . B.Beller, iLje.,' corner 16th and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15 tb bet. L and M sr C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., Gtb and K. streets. TAKE NOTIO The patrons of the Bee muBt nay fcr all advertisements, in tbe way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. CENTLEUAN WILL DO T VT3LL TO CALL ON J. TAYLOR, Ibe Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -Next door to the B$e Oilice. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie Wa.tiona.1 UNIVERSITY T Under tbe auspices of -Tit COLORED BAPTIST OHOBIIITHI- Founded and located at Wash ingtou, D. 0., with the Rev. R. S. Laws, D.D., as president, is now open to students from r.U over the country. No other distinction than moral htuess. Tuition for admi ssion is as ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 August 1890

OTfrp OM(4 , m A W a. A ' i,. Ji w . I WkPP &yp. - 4 If 5 cents per copy. i f Terras. $1.60 Per year in Advance. yoL. IX. WHAT I SAW. AltfD HEARD The colored democrats of Ohio, araely my genial friends, Herbert i Clark, of Cincinnati, E. A. tone! of Cleveland, have issued a circular to the colored people nig- gtate convention to assemble !n Springfield, Ohio, Aug. 2Gth. What our distinguished colored friends of Ohio expect to gain from the democratic party, I would like to know. The appointment of B. M. Hew lett as o"e e Justces f the peace for tbe District of Columbia, a deserving compliment to that youd" "man. There is no young man held in Higher estimation by the people of this city, than Mr. Hewlett Senator Bruce who brought the appointment abont has the congratulations of the rnnnfT men ol this community. Mr. Hewlett is a young mau of ability and I am sure that he will give en tire satisfaction. The ovation that Col. Win. Mur rell received on his arrival in Bos ton, Mass., ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 August 1890

. i ,- i '.?. H ft .yr $ Hi v IW FfS ll I' ' 3 3 " rton dei other . true, howt , old politicians .ON. lininistra- olored peo- j complain. nave been, if at all, it can ater number of 3 been made un- iration than any construction. It is that a few of the have been disap je occasion of the recent acipation celebration at To il, Kansas. We regret that r space will not permit us to ublisb the addresses in full, fhey are worthy of careful puisu-al. HE IS DOING THAT. What President Harrison should b? earnestly in f-ivor of i bouncing Southern Democratic office holders N. Y. Age. Why ble3 you dear eoul that is just what President Harrison is doing right along. Only the oth er day he bounced two Southern Dt-oioer.its holding two fat post cflkes-oue at "Water Valley, Miss., and the other at Americus, Ga., aud appointed in their stead two colored gentlemen of charac ter and ability I L. Scurlock, aud D. A. Dudley; but the Sen ate has not thus tar tound time to is one of the most gifted politic...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 August 1890

I r! THE 3B15E AUTHORIZES AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. J. w. ueb for advertising furnished on appli Objectionable aa vertiMMiieuts Trill uot KUH -ir.oii ,, lUbertedat auy price. All remittances . . miule bv draft, postal money order .' !res or registered letter. Money forwarded eV .. .it her way. is at the sender's risk. In , II II I " ' linn money tbe amount and what it is for it lb ulJ be dlsuncuv buiu. AU leiier.. ,.. -w- EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C PUBLISHED BVEUY SATURDAY A' 1109 I ST.. N. TV., WASH., D C. ""'ivilfiRE rOEBEB CAN BE HA prof J- W. Fowlers, 318 3rd street, b. e. M re. I'olUety' s, M Street, between 12th lSj, Northwest. t H. Seller, Druggist corner 16th and ireet, Northwest. Philadelphia House, 3i8Pennsy.7H.nla Ave. sfortawest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Reed, 934 Cambridge St. "Rev. K. S. Laws, editoral cor rtspondent and South Washing ton manager. All kinds of Job printing done. Advertisements and subsc...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 August 1890

IS aaSaaT S" W 1ft 3Bf ItSi '.'I 1 Wi r, '5 ! ' WHERE TO BCJVTUISBEE. NORTHEAST Pr. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd st 2JORTH WES1. Dr. . H. Seller, n. e.a corner 6th and i streets. W. P- Gray, 15th bet. L and M EtS. C . H. Watson, 300 Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w.. 6th aad K streets. TAKE NOTIGF The patrons of the Bee most r oil oHTOrti:pmeBl:, IB p . Atv i7rnftre !ayv JLr Ja inasowd 4c ko xnaaer ca a oaJ nature will be inserted unle it i- paid tor. I j , , v -rrrrr t nn ! Cl ENTLEiiAN w ILL vu , j- wsll to call ok j. Vf. TAYLOR. j lhe Stylish Hair Caa&r. .fenec-. . order observed, also nae--t nf ftiorari; and tobaeeO. -"ext door t tfie Bke Otoe j. . lATLOS sepl4-lyr. Tlie ZVatioiial UNIVERSITY Umler the anplce5 of TIE EHiHI SIFTIST KKlMiSIIiiS- Founded and located at Wash ington, D. C. with the Rev. R. S. -o r T n Tweident. 15 now open to students from all over the : coantrv Xo other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for admis- j ReKnf arte. 31.00 per j month and boarbsns students...

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