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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 September 1890

! i r A cc f 1 w Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. V !' J- JOHN BOYLE O'REILLY. ., the death of John Boyle Q'l, il the colored people of this ,Mi r loaf; a trueand tried frieud. B,.i we pnblish a short poem fn.i.i the pen of the poet, James Wliii 'iimb Iiiley: JOHN B )YLE O'REILLY. I.S,. .ipture Boston, Aug. 13, '90. ljM i - this pearless man of men Pati' , Poet, Citizen ! ja,l ' and ye weep whore he Hea Mute, with folded eyes ! (Vir ;!'! -All his tears are done; Mar I1"" dauntless, face the soul He 1 i'' I,1J Jou- Still, as true, IIo is leading you. I'nlili-'l yes and folded hands Tipih divine commands He i- iMMikeuing to, intent Djond wonderment. Th promotion that has come 1jiu upon him. Stricken dumb IS 3 inn mourning dolorous! God knows what he does. Riticr. is your chief, aspire ! l!w an 1 "Hze his toppling lyre, Afid-nij; Kieedom, Home and Love And the rights thereol ! l.re m m1iMi grief ye sink, ( mit-' catch lapturous breath and think jink what sweep of wing hath he, Loosed ...

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. — 27 September 1890

to 4 f i 4 hi U U IV m tu. m 15'.. 1 i , ij i.lK. :.l 'OJfJfc -i ?; The jjft BEE. Published every Siturdav at 1109 I atree northwest, Washington, D. C. utered at the Post Office at Washington C, as Second ClaES mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, LANGSTON AND MILLER. The action of the House of Representatives in seating the con-tt-stHnts, Messrs. Langston and Miller, though late, is highly com mendable. Cmsidering the cir cumstances under which these contestants were made and the overwhelming testimony submit ted in these cases in favor of the contestants, one is inclined to ask why so much delay has been re sorted to. Their admission to seats now will nevertheless have a galutory effect upon the masses of the Republican party. It empha sizes the fact that the Republican party has not drifted from its moorings; that it aaners to us oia landmarks and that it is sull the party of justice and freedom. It is a complete answer to the so called independaut and kickers who were attemptin...

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. — 27 September 1890

XHE BISEi AUTHORIZED AGENTS. KA9T WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. J. Teb for advertising rurnisiiea on appu ' : 'm t lujectiouable aavcriibeiuents will not aU"nB.nl8t any price. All remittances oe ., lie made by draft, postal money order ,ll'U' r re-MBtered letter. Money forwarded e1"1 .v. is at the sender's risk. In ' " 'v .,..v Hip aniouutand what It 1b for f ...MvdiBUiictlvulawd. AJ' tiers. OIC,, buuuiu bi ad-lresBed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C P.-B1 ISHBD EVBUY SATURDAY A lV, I ST.. N. W.. WASH., D C. " t iihKE ri'HBBEB CAN BE ILA f j W Fowlers, 318 3rd Btreet, s.e. .'i ;.tctys.il BtreeL between 12Ui .. ... -..ct I H. ! 'r. Nruggist -. v,ru west. corner 16th and i rb la,!eVua House. SIS Pennsy.? mlaAvs. farts ws. NEW YORK CITY. 1. . Greon. 129, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS, wm 1- Keed,93K Cambridge St. R.-v K. S. Laws, editoral cor re3..nleut and South Washing ,n manager. All kinds of Job printii.g "done. Advertisements and subscriptions received. 316 H street. 8. w. "8ATnil)A...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 27 September 1890

Urn aT.?T 4. ' f :3 :4 M .1 't WHERE T(X BU"V TUJU BEE. NORTHEAST Pr. J. W. Fowler 818 3rd St FORTH WESrx Dr. .H.Bfllor, n. eM corner th and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M ts. C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. VM and Taylor, a. w., Gth and K streets. A KE NOTIU.K The paeons of the Bee must pay fc all advertisement, in the way ot noticep, deaths, marriages. &c K.j matter of a personal niture will be inserted unle.B it it? paid for. C GENTLEMAN WILL DO T VSLL TO CALL ON J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also Gnet brands of cigars and tobacco. "&Next door to the Bee Oftice. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie TV&tioiiaJ UNIVERSITY j Ucdr the auspices of -he huiii irois. ya.iiii.TiH Founded and located at Wash ington, D. C, with the Rev. R. S. l:iv, D. D., as president, is now open to students from r.lovertht country. No otl-er distinction than moial fitness. Tuition for admis sion is a follows. Resident students S1.00 pm mouth aid boar!injr stude...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 October 1890

Cbi "? 'I M ? - " M ML. Hi J&, 4 Terms. $1.80 Per year in AdYance. VOL. JX. nFATH IS THiU HOUSE OP U THEIR FRIENDS. TVilERE SHALL THE NEGRO GO? One of tbe most remarkable doc onieuts ever erainated from man is tlif address of the white Republi can of Texas. A few extracts lrom the document will no doubt interest the people: Headquarters of the Central Republican Committee, Dr. M. Urwitz, Sec, Houston, Tex. To the Republicans of Texas : Fellow Republicans: Our pa tieuce is exausted and we cannot auv longer eudure the shame, dis grace ami humiliation brought upon Republicanism in Texas by tbe audacity of the negro leaders and their followers. They have taken forcible possessiou of our primaries aud 'ruled our conven tions with relentless tyranny ; they Lave driven many of the best and - most patriotic white Republicans out ot the party ranks ; they have demoralised and disorganized the Republican party in our State; tue. have laughed decency to scorn, ami branded patriotism with i...

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

I'"T iitirr. njy , ciy- .. . . ' U" 131 v i El ' . A i i v 8m The A BEt. Published every Satnraay at. northwest, Washington, D. U 1109 .-i t thPoBt Office at WaBhlngion C, aB Second ClasB mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor. THE CAMPAIGN. Columbup, Ohio, after its deliv ery. Mr. Lynch told some migh ty truths which did not rest well on the Btomach of the democracy. W have renroduced an extract from the Post on Mr. Lynch's speech which will be found else where in this paper. The political campaign has now opened in dead earnest and the contest for the next House of unresentntives will be waged with unuBual vigor from this time to the day ot the election, lne Republican party has made a fine rpnnrd in the Congress which has iuBt adjourned, and with ordinary intelligence in the conduct of the canvasB it will win a aignal victory. Except the Federal Elec tion law, it passed every measuie of importance which was intro duced in Congress and advocated as a party measure- It passed i, tari...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 4 October 1890

rSHJ B15E AlJXUOKIZED AGENTS. KAhT WASHINGTON. w. ! outer. Mb -rd s, a- lor advertlMUg laruisueu un uppu ' s " objectlouable advertisements wUl not "l,1,iwdt any price. All remittances '" ;. made by dwft, postal money order ' . .r rc-ibtered letter. Money forwarded cU'K ,rther"way. is at the sender's risk. In "" .,,i..v the amount and what it Is for ' Jj l dlbUncUv stated. i letters, etc., should b ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O priH-lSHBD BVBBY SATURDAY A' 1109 I ST.. N. W.. WASHED C. """, tlfcRK THE EE CAN BE HA , r J W Fowlers, 318 3rd Btreet, 8. e. .Vo'lketys, M Street, between 12th 1 , v irtuwesL j H. Belter. Druggist corner 16th and ..a-eUNrtwe8U l-ji.tedclphla House. 31SPennByvana Ave. ortywebt. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A. Green, 129, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. U Keed, Vi'A wununuBB ai, Rev. K. S. Laws, editoral cor- rM,mdent aud South Washing rt5i . Ait i,;a i-wP Tv. ton manager, auwuudu. l'riufmg done. Advertisements and subscriptions received. 316 H street, s. w....

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

r. rT -V V wv .1 mmumtUHmaA 3 - ,- l?fr J rk ? J !? i it WHERE TO BUY TU1S BEE. NORTHEAST PrJ. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WESi. Dr. .H.Beller, n. o., j comer th and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M is. C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, a. wM Gth and K streets. A KE NOTION 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 V'SLL TO CALL ON J. Y. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also Cuest brands of cigars and tobacco. Noxt door to the Bke Office. J. W. Tatlor. 8epl4-lyr. Tlie IVational UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of THE GOLORED MPTIST 0EBDH1NATIDK 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 adinis ssion is as follows. Resident students $1.00 per mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 October 1890

' TVrms. $1.00 Per year in Advance. yL 'X- WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11,1890. NO 20 . ' l " - -?j " -2 5 cents per copy. TI3EY SAY 1 1 N Marraceisa divine institution. A tramp will marry although he isSarvuiR to death. Win'f licenses will be lessened this year. Sonio nn-ii have an idea that they are srrtrt Great men will not tell all they know. Fool- will not hesitate to say ffliat tliev please. B. D. Ruflin is doing a great bu- Ka.-aii'rs Bill has commenced bis cnnp.iiff" for the next Republi can co'iontion. Bi'.l wnl !.'Pt tpr0 if tue raiIroads arp no' discontinued. I5ro. Jones poren uio u" "" Snn'li and Dukes Iat week. Dnke-Nwill not return to Alaba ma Tin- Republican executive com mittee will meet soon. Treachery is a meau thing. rneiids will knife you in the bark. Liars cannot succeed. The Legion of Honor would be a great iiMitution. Success will follow any honest man. Music lias its charms. Never despise the fallen. It is dangerous to shun the poor. broken. An bor.e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 October 1890

'V ."V f written by him to a northern 1 Our Latest and Greatest Premium Offer ! FOR DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion, and Stomach disorderu, nso BROWN'S IRON BITTERS. All dealers keep It, $1 per bottle. Genuinehas trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. newspaper lelative to the moral The BEE. turpitude of a large class of color &Eli miipi cmopii ',."iM7.;i i SBfl ed ministers. It is worse than folly for the clergy to waste its time in denouncing Mr. "Washing ton for what he has said, but if as they pay he has overstated the case, they should proceed at once to produce the proofs. October 17th the Berean Church will give one of its famous musical and dramatic entertainments, on which occasion Prof Cook,s orcues trawillbe present. Don't forget to attend. OUB VOXUMES. ' "'" M derful Work Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, D. C. . l - .. Xg&r "&$kjf .. . . M irri 3- jME ' rL '- - - .tM utered at the Post Office at Washington C, as Second Class mail m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 October 1890

the; biue AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd 8. E. J. V - nniateb for ndvertiMuc furmsned on appli h9 n ObJectiouableadvertiBeuieuts will not Tuwrted Rl any prlce' AU emIl,' ' " m.nld ua,e b' draft PBtal m '' ' r !' Urre,btered:etter Mor ' M,,J ,,., otner way. is at the s -ending money Uieamnnn- t v. .... ..,, bedUUnctlv. Atl letters, eve - ' .--"- EE P: i- O. a 'i .iKton D. C PUBLISHED ' ' -' -.KDAYA 1109 1 ST --' ' ' SH D C- . J BE HA . , 3 18 hrd street, s. e. . dtreet. between 12th. uggist corner 16th and Prof. .Mi 13 tdt, ,. House, 318 PennBywanla Ave. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A. Green. 429, 6lh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wru. h. Reed, 93J4 Cambridge at. Rev. K. S. Laws, editoral cor respondent and South Washing ton manager. All kinds of Job Printing done. Advertisements and subscriptions received. 316 H street, s. w. SATURDAY, Oct, 11, 1890 jLiocals. An acMve boy is wanted at this office. Liberal wages paid. Have you heard the Cook Or best? They are to play at Be reau Churc...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 11 October 1890

RfflKH mjHtmitrvVm -. i "S ! i ' fiat r . !' Ft. .1i W -1 1 j 4 1 tl 41 vi t . i 3 L4 i A f ? WHERE jCO mjv;i:uis;BEE. NORTHEAST PrJ. W. Fowler 818 3rd St NORTH WESl. Dr. . H.Beller, n. e., j corner tb and M ntreets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M fp. C. H. Watann, 300 N. Y.' Ave. Peel and Taylor, 8. w., Gth and K streets. A KEf NOTICE The parons of the Bee must paj fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages. &c. No matter of a personal natnre will be inserted unless it is paid for. CENTLEMAN WILL DO y W3LL TO CALL ON J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brauds of cigars and tobacco. 7Next door to the Bee Office. J. W. Tatlor. sepl4r-lyr. Tlie TSTationai UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of -THE COLORED BFIISI IELWIII Founded and located at Wash ington, D. C, with the Rev. II. S. Laws, D. D., as president, is now open to students from ell over the country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for adniis ssion is ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 October 1890

I k" m f w h . jf J. . Terms. $1.00 Per year in AdYance. 5 cents per copy. 7l. JX. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18,1890. Jm4 THEY SA.Y THE-LEGION OF HONOR. - A. LARGELY ATTENDEB MEETING. repoktof AUDITING COMMITTEE. Be kind to those who are kind to ) ou. An honest man is hard to Jind. So more so than an honest w ifetr A dishonest woman is a devil in a tiger's skiu. Beauty is often hlddeu, bat hon esty will show itself. An honest man will look you di rectly in the face. A sneak looks worried at you. . Be will not look you direct in the face. Let us be true to onr friends. It treachery did not get the con trol of mhiio people's mind they wiuld get along better. If our race would be more in un ison they would bd more prosper ous When one gets a little ahead, the others try to pull him back. Some women have the tongne of a moccasin. Such women are dangerous. All their talk will be to the det riment of their superiors. But they all be trampled der tho feet of their superiors. Alw...

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. — 18 October 1890

J . r -) i- 'J .at.- .? M ' . 1 ' li'i I J i.A . The BEE "bUshed every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington C as Second Class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, EGOTISM IN OFEICE. v x " Egotism in office i.B more cr leES practiced among a few color ed men who huve never held an office before. It is more or less practiced in our schools among the understrappers. Ve had pre- ' sumed that the community had gotten rid of rinsjs in schools, but it seems not. Eor ten years we have fought to break up ringa in our public schools, but it seems that they still exist. We are of the opinion that . these evils cannot long exist. The next attack that we shall have occasion to make on these so-called bosses we will teach them a lesson. THE OHIO STANDARD. The Ohio Standard is the uame of the only republican news paper in the State edited by colored men. The republicans of Ohio, we know, are highly gratified to kuow that they will have oue...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 October 1890

BSlft! .:$l r MMIBHMBBiinBMi i . THE BBE 1 "!!SS? j. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EA8T WAJSHINQTOW. W. Fowler, 318 3rd S, E. Estimate for advertising f arnisned on appU cation. Objectionable advertlsexuentB will not 0(j lusertedat any price. All remittances mould be made by droit, postal money order eipressorregisteredietter. Money forwarded u iiv other way. lsatine sender's risk. In tending money the amount and what it Is for nuuld be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., should b ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. N. W. WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA proC J. W, Fowlers, 88 3rd street, s. e. Mr. Polketys, M Street, between 12th Uh Northwest, j H. Beller, Drnggist corner 16th and jtreet,Nortnwest. Philadelphia House, S18 Pennsylvania Ave. florin weat. NEW TOEKOITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Wm. L. Reed, 93$ Cambridge St. Eev. B. S. Laws, editoral cor respondent and South Washing ton manager. All kinds of Job Printing done....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 October 1890

i" IViiH Sfa iiflff... ,-V. I - r it4 - J 'J $', ' i J i " ' 1 : 5 -2 ! i 5I ! M': . l 1? i 'VHEREjjTO , WJYJTajBEE. NORTHEAST PiJ.W. Fowler 818 3rd St NORTH WESi. Dr. . H.Beller, n. e., j corner th and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L and M ts. C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y.' Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., 6thJ and K streets. KE NOTION The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way.pt notices, deaths, marriages, &c Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. ytENTLEMAN WILL DO T VLL TO CALL ON J. W. TAYLOB, The Stylish Bair Cotter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -Next door to the Bke Office. J. W. Tatlok. gepl4-lyr. Tlie Wationai UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of TBE COLORED MPTiST lEMIIIfllll Founded and located at Wash ingtou, 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 S8ion is as foll...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 October 1890

i& C 7 4lS s, ztSS m (iHMiiujtau u 2JZ Terms. $1.50 Per year in AdYance. vol. is. WBAr I SAW, AND HBAED. Tlie resignation of Bev. F. J. Grin.ke is to be regreted. The reason that he resigned is well known to the citizens. Rev. Grim le is one of the best educated men in this country and since he has been trustee of the public schools be bas made many friends. There are main candidates for the posi tion, hut it is hoped that the Com missioners will be careful and se lect a man that will be acceptable to the entire community. Among the candidates are Henry Johnson, John H. Brooks, standing candi dates, Jerome A. Johnson, a good man, Thomas Wright, and about twenty others. Why every man wauts to be a school trustee for, I am uuablo to state. Some want to take the advantage of teachers in many different ways. I am confident that Mr. Douglass will not appoint any disreptutable man on the board or any man who bas been under a cloud of suspi cion. Honest and upright men sboultl be appoi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 October 1890

&a iV ! v M -: J ? f fi it -V- i ; r - Nl i . ,i i- in.; i i .: ' I The .M w BEE. 2T 4 Published every Saturday at 1109 I Btree northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington C, as Second Glass mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, HON. THANK HUME. There is no man in the State of Virginia more respected than Hoo. Frank Hume. He is to-day the peoples' representative and no better man could be elected to Congress to succeed Lee. The question has been aeked will he be elected? There is no reason why that he should not be and there are several reasons why that he should be. 1st. He is a good hearted man that alone entitles him to the suf frages of the 8th Virginia District voters. 2nd. He is a representative man, such a man the 8th Virginia voters have not in uongress at this time. 3rd. He is an honest man, such men are what we need in Congress. "We need men who will look out for the interests of the people and that man is Mr. Hume. 4tb. He should receive the ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 October 1890

rrEDE B"83E AUTHORIZED AGEKTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, SIS 3rd S, E. . mm .rb j.ir atlverUblus rurmsnerion appli , ,,,jeoliouable advertiteinentSTSlllnot t.jat any price. All remittances ..u:ale by draft, postal money order , r."l-i.tered letter. Money forwarded ,.i her way. is at the sender's risk. In nniuey Hie amount and what it is for , iibtmctlv stated. .,rs etc should bs ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washinsston D. 0 o ' pl r.M-HED EVERY SATURDAY A' 11" 1ST.. K. w., YAon.. u u. . HbAE THE CEE CAN BE nA . , j Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. yr. ' i ' ilki-tys. M Street, between 12th j , .M i west. j H. ivllt-r. Druggist corner 16th and it ret t, NiirttiwesU Pb Sort i.Hlpbia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. tttbt. NEW YORK CITY. l. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Vm. L. eed, 93 Cambridge St. Rev. K. S. Luws, cditoral cor re3' .u.lent aud South Washing ton manager. All kinds of Job pnntitiu "done. Advertisements a!id subscriptions received. 316 H Btret't. s. w. SATURDAY, Oct. 2...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 October 1890

n la i5 .' 'i '4 t 4 71 ft v. V p -i WHERE TO J. UY THE BEE. NORTHEAST Prof. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WES1. Dr. . H. Belter, n. e., , corner IGth and M streets. W.P. Gray, 15th bet. L andM of a C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Are. Peel and Taylor, 8. w., 6th and K streets. TAKE NOTION The patronB of the Bee muBt 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 ,WSLL TO CALL ON J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -Next door to the Bke Office. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. TIxe National UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of TIE GDLOHED BAPTIST lEHMINIh 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 admis ssion is as follows. Resident students $1.00 per month and boardin...

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