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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 August 1890

w fo if: Terras. $1.50 Per year in Advance. t 5 cents per copy. vol. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23,1890. NO 13 : v A3 ASBURYPARK, N.J. caLVIN CHASE'S ADDRESS ON 'THIS AND THAT OR HIS OWN ENEMY. On Tuesday evening, July 31st, r0l. Win. Mums.., of Jersey City, ., ami W. Calvin Chase of this ,i.It delivered addresses under the au;nicps of D. B. Birney Post. Mr. Chase being introduced spoke as follows : B Ins walks and deportment in life he shall ho known. He is an "American although he bo black, he feeds as well aud can endure the winter's cold as well as he," if vou go to France, there you will fiticl the black frenchman ; go to .spam, there yon will find the black spauiard, he possesses the same characteristics and when he dies he is buried according- to the cus toms of his country. Enlist him ami instruct him in the manuel of arms and if ho proves a bad sol dier he contradicts history; place him in the halls of Congress aud he will prove himself a legislator ; put him on...

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 August 1890

-S it. ir, E' ( . u M i i i a' ,; 4 1 ,-.a -,rv Ratnrdav at 1109 1 -tree north-west, -Washington, D. C- ,,tered at the Post Office at Washington U.a. ascond Class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. Editor, SENATOR HOAR. This gentleman is passion tbrouo-h a sea of defamation just now. From the day he reported the Federal E'ection Bill to thw hour he has been the special tar cret of the Southern Democratic press The grossest misrepresen tation, the vilest falsehoods have been resorted to to defeat the mea ure which he has in hand and to destroy his influence in this coun try The Northern Democrats now as in the days of slavery are only too eager to do nefarious work prescribed to them by their c ..,,. mast. The brazen falsehoods manufactured here and sent broad-cast over the country will not injure him with the people. New England is proud of her gifted sou , one of the pur est, best and ablest men ever was n the public service, and nhe will stand by him at all hazards. He has now as he ha...

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 August 1890

TELE 3BHJ3E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 818 3rd S. E. j. w. . otanaieb for advertising faruisnea on npph 'iiion. objectlouableadveriioeuientswillnot lubertedat any price. All remittances Jauuld be made by draft, postal money order I prebBorregiBtered letter. Money forwarded nuv other way. is at the sender's risk. In , uiljng money the amount and what it is for uld be diBtinctlv Btatu. gio letters, etc,, snoniu cs ad-dressed All EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. iliBB5iBBEB CAN BE HA prof, J. W. Fowlers, 818 8rd Btreet, s.e. Mrs-PolKetys, M Street, between 12th 1 ;n Northwest. j H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and ireet, North weBt, Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Sortowest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6lh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Heed, 93J4 Cambridge st, Rev. K. S. Laws, editoral cor respondent and South Washing-, ton manager. All kinds of Job Printing done. Advertisements and subscriptions r...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 23 August 1890

1 It i. i u Mi i ! WHERE TO BtJVTHJBBEE. NORTHEAST Pr. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WEST. Dr. . H. Beller, n. e., corner Gtb and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M fits C. H. Watson, 300 X. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., Gtli and K streets. TAKE NOT10K The patrons of the Bee must nav fc-all advertisements, in the Uy oi notices, deaths, images, L No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. C GENTLEMAN WILL -DO X VSLL TO CALL ON J j. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. af Next door to the Bee Otbce. T AT T a VI OR. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie TVational UNIVERSITY T Under the auspices of -THE COLORED BAPTIST BE! Founded and located at Wash ington, D. C, with the Rev. 11. S. Laws, D. DM as president, is now open to students from all over the country, iso otner urm...uu ... moral fituess. Tuition for admi ssion is as follows. Resident students 81.00 per month and boarbing students SIS pe...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 August 1890

- - '- 'jrfJs4L. i r Terms. $1.50 Per yearin Advance. 5 cents per copy. 7... ix. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30,1890. NO 14 ml .ASMs "4Ud i x V, foVL JmlJ''4 " TOEY SAY j :..ittt ass in town is the w ,. im correspondent of the A--l, wsses more conceit than . ii. graduated from Howard , he left the city for North t ,, t . be returned to Congres. j . ! of coming to Congress ,,. no .J.id to teach a county II, .; . not win a good reputa , , , . M-hool teaching. A letter , . , ti , !.,i in this city, now in .Lou n. . K., fhowetl that. X t. n.htuiion of tnat letter u n j ',,,ue him smart. I , r., i has always been able k-. mv the conceit out of the n i-,,'. 1 , i: fsivors to ask or apolo I's i. - and enemies have all ti-t-ti sul-ilued. ,.-,r battle has ever been u.ai without trouble. v',11 live and reign to oppose I, ;, i to u.. merited gain. T-" Nv'ii correspondent asso c 1 ; ! iii-been knocked out since t'.e r. it ui'iit ot the able corres I M. ; v ..i':lie "Appeal.'' H- M.11nl n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 August 1890

., 4) a ji u . i . BEE. Published every Saiunlav at 1109 I stree nortbwesl, Washington, D. C. nteied at the Post Office at Washington C, as Second Class muil matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. A COMPROMISE. My an ogreemeut among the paity leaders of tbe Senate the Election Bill is to go over to the next Betsiou of Congress, and be theu called up as untiuished busi nes?. This is a grave mistake and time will prove that it is such. This measure was fully discussed iu the llouse and papsed by a par ty vote; it was discussed by the public journals with an earnest ness seldom witnessed, and it was cuuvbsscd by the people them selves with an intelligence and a fullness that has characterized no oiher public measure for years The Republican masses had placed tbe stamp of their approv al upon it before it reached the Senate. Yet, weeks and weeks have been consumed by that hon orable body in desultory discus ion 01 the tamff and similar ques tions. And now at the last mo ment it is anuouuced t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 August 1890

- THE B13E AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. , NV. Fowler. 318 3rd 3. K. , iaif fr BilverUsiim furnisnea on appll hs' djjecUouableaaverilBexneuUwillnot e'"' lurfrted Bt any price. All remittances r i be made by draft, postal money order ' '.llsorregiBteredletter. Money forwarded e '' "T otherway. Is at the sender'B risk. In '....r money the amount and what it is for .n .iiM be dUUnctlV stated. ,i letters, etc.. should te ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashluKton D. 0 prKLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY Al 11O0IST..N.W., WASH., D C. ' v HERE THE BEE CAN BE HA f j w. Fowlers, S18 3rd Btreet, s.e. r,.Vo'lkety '6. M Street, between 12th i ;u Northwest. j U. Beller, Druggist corner I6tb and ,treet.Nrt'weBU Philadelphia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Sortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. I). A. Green. 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. I Need, 93J4 Cambridge St. Rev. K. S. Laws, editoral cor respondent and South Washing ton manager. All kinds of Job Printing done. Advertisements and subscriptions received. 316 H s...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 30 August 1890

aVBAJl-daWAM i 14 r h i V ? A'l -,T? : N ?,-,' WHERE TO BUY THE BEE. NORTHEAST Pr. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WBSI. Dr." . H.Beller, n. e., corner 6th and 31 streets. W. P. Gray, loth bet. L and M sts C. H. Watson, 300 X. Y. Are. Peel and Taylor, s. w., 6th and K streets. TAKE NOTIOP The patrons of the Bee muBt nay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. ENTLEMAN WILL DO V T "WELL TU CAbti u-i J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. :-Next door to the Bke Otnce. J. W. Taylor. sepl-lyr. Tlie National UNIVERSITY T Under the auspices of -THE COLORED B&PTIST 1ES0M Pounded and located at Wash ington, D. C, 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 aduiis ssion is as follows. Resident students $1.00 per month...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 September 1890

i Terms: $1.60 Per year in Advance. VOL. IX. o oenrs pur copy. WASIOTGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1890. NO 15 J ."'" '"' ' ' " '-' f-".'r " "; ' ' "V"" ' , V tan v HL the holly-hocks plant and know that they are the forward beauties of the world of flowers ; you see the lilies with their bowed heads, and are convinced that beauty without faith Is of little worth ; you are aware of a dainty perfume and know that the little lady, whose qualities surpass her charms, the mignonette, is near. Ruth Ash more, in "Ladies' Home Journal." BEATTY'S TOUR OP THE WORLD. DRe-sT. "W. -77 Browne. Ex-Mayor Daniel F. Beatty, "of Besittv's celebrated Organs and Pi anos, "Washington, Now Jersey, has returned home from an extended tour of the world. Read his adver tisement in this paper and send for catalogue. A NEW DEPARTURE. A BANKING MIEMl-: AMONG THE COLORED PK-U'LE. A FINK SHOWING. RBV. w. w. IJUOWNB THE ORGANIZER AND LEADER. riie Grand Fountain, United Order ot True Reformers has been holding ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 September 1890

y"'S'BMBJ ajMftaaasMBBaasBsssiM - 1 sf f j T i V 3 i K V" f. M mr The Vfflfe Publislicd every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, Washington, D. C. uterod at the Tost Office at Washington C as Second Class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, HssSMi asi5BSBSaasB WHAT ItTmEANS. "It it is evil wind that blows no oue auy good" is a trite say ing which sometimes means much i onmotimfts verv little, but the wind tbat blew the "colored cloak, makers ot Philadelphia iuto the places of the strikers seems to have a very definite meaniug. It means that the capitalist is get ting tired of paying royalty ou his prejudices by allowing his investments to be depreciated or wholly destroyed at the pleasure nf a few workmen and workwo men whose perogative to do as they please with other peoples property is derived from the fact that the Lord happeued to make their skins a little whiter than he did those of some other people. It nuans that such labor recog nition as close their doors against colored...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 September 1890

THE 3B153E autiiokized AGENTS. 6A8T WASHINGTON. V. Fowler. 318 jjrd 3. E. . ,eb for advertising f"""snea on appli yimA objectlouableadvertlBementBWiUnot ""letted at any price. All remittances lU&t ir vmctal mnnavnivlDr ..1.1 lie made uy u"i ta" ., - '" ...stored letter. Money forwarded e ! ..ri'SbOl icf, "IT oilier way. Is at the Bender'a riak. 1 . the amount and what it is In for l.nlT IQUUCJ .- letters, etc., Bhonld b ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashinKton D. O Pf RUSHED EVEBY SATURDAY Ar ,109 1 ST.. N.W., WASHED C. 1109 TvilERE THE BEE CAN BE HA j w Fowlers, S 18 3rd street, s.e. VoiKetyB. AI Street, between 12th h SorttiweBU t H.Beller. Druggist corner 16th and llldet.'sortnweBt. pbilflJelpbia House. 318PennBy.vaniaAve. VjrtDWfSt. NEW YORK CITY. I). A. Green, 129, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. I- lteed 93 Cambridge St. ReV. K. S. Laws, editoral cor respondent and South Washing ton manager. All kinds of Job Printing done. Advertisements und subscriptions received. 316 H stree...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 6 September 1890

-. 2t ..,'" .wnw&iH9'eCTasra'iw iMjajg.ffju ' tk ri 1 " ... : K " , hI t ?; tl -II 3 l. 1 WHEEEJT0RUV THE.BEE. NORTHEAST J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St Pr. NORTH WESrx. Dr. . H.Beller, n. e., corner Gth and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M fits C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Peel and Taylor, s. w., Gth K streets. Ave. and TAKE NOTIO.K "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. GENTLEMAN WILL DO IT VrSLL TO CALL ON J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Bair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also Guest brands of cigars and tobacco. ""Next door to tlie Bee Oflice. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie lNTa.tionI UNIVERSITY J -Under the auspices of THE GDLDBED BAPTIST DENHlTIi Founded and located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. It. S. Laws, D. D., as president, is now open to students from all over tin country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for adinis ssi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 September 1890

vuu uuxct&i iiiuiiiu iniiS V"r - ll t Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cents percopy. vol. IS. WASHDTGTOtf, D. CM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, ia90. NOJ6 , ' f THEY SAY w&L Dukes is an escadt'd criminal. He lias thus far failed to give the k pt mistress' name. Dukes is a jick knife. Tliorton, the "Age" man will l! iv dynamite placed under him. What can be the attraction Thor ton at the Cor. of 9th and F sts. Kiave men will blow fatter a vic tn. Cowards generally fly when tli.- art persued. Hn'nnan the Irish watchman is ,,(, without pimps. Tin' Ni'r0 watcliman should Ue more Imckbone. Tin- Irish Captain will have the i um of thf Bee's informant even .1 lit-has topo into court. The courts nre large enough and Liik is l'fcWI. No Negro M?wl npply for the day Alch Mmltw Ittowuati. Why are olered watchmen not put oil UMtoday duty? HetMiij it is too light during the iU. U'li.v w the night preferred? IJihmuso they correspond with tune light. There will be a bomb busted In a lew dayH. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 September 1890

!Wi' fsLlfW.tl U i :U ,' fc-' i1 b T KB - A-J" - T ,-J V Vjj. !- MgAUa Tke JffilhE&A k ?x l BEE. 3 Published every Satnrdav at 1109 1 atree northwest. Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington C, as Second Class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. THE FOOL-KTLUER DEEDED IN KANSAS. trict a few weeks ago and we hope that the voters of his district more especially the colored, will stand by him and see that he is elected. Mr. Miller Bhould be returned to Congress notwith standing the opposition of the bolters. our moneyed Negroes take an ex ample from Mr. Wormley and build bouses for colored people and then they will not have to depend on white realestate men. Mr. Waller, a prominent color ed politician of Kansas, was a candidate for Auditor at the re cent State convention and would have been nominated for that office, but for the criminally in judicious action of his friend. I-favin? rendered his party valua ble service in every great emer gency he has a record o...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 September 1890

- -rii'iMfi r"Tnr'"r "iVfilf-l V-l-'l- '"I ' W - 'Mlal, THE B13E MVtliOlilZED AGENTS. BAST WASHINGTON. . Fowler, 818 3rd S. E. J- " - imiiuebforadverllKiiiJi furimnea on appli ' i ibJeCtlouuMe ad vertlNsinents will not 'in-rted at any price. All remittances "e id Ik; made by draft, postal money order '"""bbor registered letter. Money forwarded e,,rU.. ..inpr way. is at the Bender's risk. In " una money Hie amount and what it is for "alld I dlbUnctlv stated. u letters, etc., should bs ad-dreBsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashluKton D. O - .... i - ' WfciMMili i r.i n i- i i v rtj. . . . HOUSE AND LOT WANTED. Wanted in this city a house and Looking for a bargain. Address W., care of Bee office. Sept 61 f PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. N.W., WASH., D C. "IviifiBB tiFe iTe'e CAN BE HA i'ror J. W. FowlerB.SIS 3rd street, B.e. Mn) Volketye, M Street, between 12th 13b Northwest. I H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and il reel, NortnwesL Philadelphia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. KortDwest. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 13 September 1890

H KW - 7 .- r " . s fl ' ! . ?: ,f : Mi U'.'M , i . WHERETO BO"VTlllfi BEK. NORTHEAST J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St Pr. NORTH WESi. Dr. . H. Beller, n. e., f corner Cth and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M C. H. Watson, 300 2?. Y. Peel and Taylor, s. w.f Gth K streets. Ave. and nt TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, 4c. No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. GJ GENTLEMAN WILL vu V'SLL TO CALL ON J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. 1-Next door to the Bf.e Olhce. J. W. Taylor. sopl4-lyr. Tlie TVational UNIVERSITY Under tue auspices of TIE COLORED BAPTIST Founded and located at Wash ington, D. C, 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 ssion is as follows. Resident students 1.00 per month and boar...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 September 1890

' f I i (aftag bmgtflti Terras. $1.50 Per year in Advance. VOL. 15. WHAT I SAW, AND HEARD. I am satisfied that Judge Hodge, tbe present District" Attorney has appointed a gentleman and a scholar to succeed Mr. Lipscomb. Mr. Howard C. Clegget is one of the finest young men in this city and hi- standing before the Dis trict bar is above reproach. I cougratulate Mr. Clegget. on his ap pointnieiit as assistant. District At or: It is so strange, and I have often wondered, why the Dem ocratu judiciary and the prosecut ing ullicers or' our government are mre friendly disposed toward the Sejjro than Republicans. Since the p hce court lias been under Democratic control, even under Mr. Cleveland, colored attorneys liae b.'eu treated like men and ceniiemen. Mr. Clagget the pres ent rleik of the court, and who will succe-d Mr. Lipscomb, is one of the nnr alliable officers ot tlie court. Mes-is. Hewlett, Moss and Kick? and others speak in tlte hilust tei ms of this young man. TV dou'r hpeak in a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 September 1890

' "hi is Vh f i' ii - K fcd t .. r ,1 w ar & fa. r i ,f. M: -. IE I W &mjf BEfc. Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, 1). C. ntered at the Toet Office at "Washington C, as Second Class mail matter. . W. CA LVIN CHASE, Editor, i ii i - "" T A BLUNDER. When a few days ago, in the face of Democratic bluster aud in eolence the Republican party abaudnned temporarily the posi tion which it had assumed on the Federal Election bill and consent ed to defer its consideration to the next session of Congress, it com mitted an agreuious blunder. From the day the bill was intro duced to the day that the compro mise was effected by which its consideration was suspended dur ing the present eessiou, the dem ocrats have been unable to offer a single valid objection to its pas sage. In fact they could make no argument against it and practical ly attempted to make none. They relied upon the tactics which had served them successfully before the war defiance aud insolen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 September 1890

ii'fi ' aTflir3raffigrtKageigg ,'i vMmjnrnneassBmmancmumm 'rllES BEJ . ,;,IUZF1 aGEKTS. x -, AslllN'GTOX. Urd S, E. ri i" ., jtiM.'t; fimiisnedouappli , i, ..- advwrt laeiueiitswill not price. All remittances .irait, i-btal mouey order , .i letter. Mouoy forwarded 5, at the sender'o risk. In . amount aaJ what it is for V staHMl. K, should S? ad-IreKBed ITBL.WUING, CO. Washington D. U . KVKltY SATURDAY A W, WASH.. D C. ,IF- ISi'Ili CAN BEIIA n .t-rs.SlS 3rd btreet, s. e. 1 street, between 12th Pru'ist come 16th cud , l,.use. 31S Pennsyw mla Ave. M,W YOEICCITY. , ,; .mi. 42i. Gih Ave. -r.,N, MASS. , d.'.il1, Cambridge St. : S. Ijsiws, editoral cor- ' J... South Washing- T r, r All kinds of Job - ' k .1 .: .. I ,- o JVUVUi uoeiiiciiio . " ...,; A 31 R TT i ). i .nous iciiiwj.. j. ". i'C It T) II pr S- . AV, Srpt 20, 1890 iOttft.l yi im liumly hss been ap n ,'.,-. -, : i i. ition in tho Gov P . i....tin.r nf:ic.( Foldinir e -;'' ' n ' If.- I;I s 1'IANOS lu use ii.. t.. I". i- n-.it.-.il...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 20 September 1890

i I K fj M m ' IT ; v Jf ?1$ t . r. B f s i Mil if "WHERE TO RUVTHKBEE. NORTHEAST Pr." J. W. Fowler 818 3rd St KORTR WESrx Dr.? . H.Beller, n. e., coruer 6th and M streets "W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., ICth and K streets. TAKE NOTICE Tho rotrnnR of the BEB must e oil oHTrprtiReraents. m the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. No matter of a personal natnre will be inserted unless it is paid for. C ENTL.EMAN WILL -DO X VTSLL TO CALL ON ' J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Bair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. "&-Next door to the Bke Oflice. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie National UNIVERSITY Under tlie auspices of TIE COLORED BAPTIST lENWUTIIl FoaudeQ and located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. K. S. Laws, 1). D., as president, is now open to students from r.U over the country. Ko other distinction than moral fituess. Tuition for admis ssion is as follows. ReMdeut students 51.00 per ( ...

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