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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 November 1890

H i 1 I. -J Jt i7- Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. - t 5 cents per copy. f VOL.. IX. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1J890. NO 23 r C "V'V'V'4 kP YBA I SAW, AKD HEARD. Tlie political outlook in the minds of some is uncertain, but so far as i am advised, the republicans will probably carry the next House of I fjeprc-seniaiivtjs. nuu. ouuu n-m-bier Smith who predicted a sweep iog democratic victory in Virginia knows a8 much about the political affairs as I do of the politics of the interior of Africa. I am satisfied that tlie democrats will not have a walk over by any means. Tbere is some doubt about the election of Langstou. I am certain if bis votes are fairly counted he will be elected next Tuesday. While Langstou may not be the choice of the white republicans or the machine in his district, he has certainly got a majority of the re-piiMicat- voters with him. Indiana may bo in doubt, but that Suite is Republican if a fair and honest count was permitted. There is a great dea...

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. — 1 November 1890

iuijjnmjtmiij"'wwi"iii 'ifu ' Kinmiirtwiffi'iTiiiFifiin -S. f '. ! V i I i 4 1 m . i .V 'iS V U ' V e ',f m I r. tf V: M& .1 fr vri r The BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I stree northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at "Washington C, as Second Class mail matter. "W. CALVIN CHASE. Editor. THE LEGION OF HONOR. The members of the organize tion or a majority of them have decided in conjunction with the secretary to call a meeting and have all matters settled. It is not the desire of auy member to de fraud the bank out of a penny. "We know that the members or those who have made loans are anxious and willing to have a set tlement with the President of the bank, through the organiza tion. If any member has involv ed the organization he should be expelled. We sincerely hope that when a meeting: is called every member will be present. What we shall say, shall be said at the meeting and to the members. FRANK HOME. The voters of the 8 th Virginia District will be c...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 November 1890

isamaecj T"OE IBISES AUTHORIZED AGEKT8. SAst Washington. v UT, SIS 3rd S. E. l,r advertising furmsiiea on appU vt kxttble au eniauuionts -will uot . at any ihIcc All remKUuices iU? by draft, postal money order i , siiblered letter. Money forwarded . 1 way. is at the Pender's risk. In i.-y Uie amount and what it is ror suitcUv 6l&Ull. i. etc, should fcs ad-Jressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Wathinuton D. 0 ED EVEUY SATURDAY Ar T.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. I .tit THE BEE CAN BE IlA . Fowlers, 818 3rd street, s. e. ( t j-b, M Street, between 12th nt. !i r, Druggist corner 16th and l j F , u. west. i.Uia House, USPenn6yiVnla Ave. NEW YORK CITY. 1 1 A. Green, 429, Gih Ave, UOSTOX, MASS. n l,. Keed, 9K Cambridge St. K V. H. o. uuwb, uuiiuiui uui- re, ' K-nt d couth Wusning-t.-ti r ,'iarer. All kinds of Job l'r; ' 'S done. Advertisements a. I - .ii-criptions received. 316 II S1L' . w. tvUCRDAY.Nov, 1, 1890 iuocals. O . Wm.jMurrell left the city fir Xy.v Jersey Thursday night to j a t .t. the caiiva-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 1 November 1890

'IN l ." za - l-X , ?i r V 'J j jt M i a 6 i E r n' I - f 1, ' 1 ,V m 3 N n ii n i W t t fa ii i m ! , tk' H X R TO'KLTV-Taifi BEE. NORTHEAST Prof. 'J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St " NORTH WESi. Dr. H.Beller, n. e., corner ICtb and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15ta Det' & an M ste. C. H.Watson, 300 23". Y. Ave. "Peel and Taylor, 8. w., 6th and K streets. TAKE NOTICE 5 COMPLETE NOVELS FREE TO EVERY READER OF THIS PAPER! 2T8 wSPl to lnc& our circulation very largely during the next elx monthsto double It. 1 dob slbla. To accompUrii tbla we need the co-operation of our present subscribers and readers. If each one or our present readers would secure for us our. new subscriber, our circulation would be doubled of course. But we know that It will take an extraordinary Inducement to brine out tha united efforts of every one of our present subscribers we shall have to make a high bid Well wa are ambitious and anxious to double our circulation, and, by special arrangement with ono or the lead log ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 November 1890

x Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. V-iL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1890. NO 24 Jmlp,f THEY SAY - Something fell Taesday. . Wa the sound loud? Hul tbiugs cannot stand all times. Wtre tbe disappointments many ? TV government at Washington is ale. Tiling may turn againt ns some tmi'-. hut iu the end we -are bound to win. It ls a sin to turn down your lrieml . Don't be a party to corruption. Don't ho used as a cats paw to pull chestnuts out of the fire for oiir enemies. You can not always trust those ubo cUim to be your friends. Talk a little, but be an attentive livelier. Never abuse your neighbor. Your neighbors will mislead vou sometimes. The Bku is the " Advocate" of th" people and a "Pilot" for the bhuil. Read it and be happy. Jr i" a had practice to boast in fli,- jue-enee of the girl whose lifjit .mmi aie trying to win. J!i words in her presence souud ifiliriilniis in her ears. Bombast will never win the hand of an intelligent woman. It is only...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 November 1890

- . . 'J -,. af -a c u -'.1 h-' 4 li M e u fhe vK BEE. wn.-.i .r.rv Hatnrdav 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. 'THE ENEMY US" CAMP The Enemy is in Camp as Tues days Election showed The Re publican party must do itB duty or else the "Ship of State" will float to distraction. There are all kinds of conjectures why the democratic party was so victorious on Tuesday. The people are an gry; they want the negro protected iii the south; they wanted a feder al election bill passed; they wanted the Blair educational bill passed; instead of the people getting pro tection they got a rebuke; instead of getting an educational bill they gof a rebuke. In return for the tardiness of a Republican House and Senate the people gave "meas ure for measure." Seuator Quays opposition to the Federal Election Bill was one of the causes for re publican disaflection. Some men may think that they know it a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 November 1890

a rfHB OBliJEi .vrrHOKIZEO AGENTS. tST WASHINGTON. F ,v-e'r, 31S 3rdS. E. . st radveitlsms farnisnea on appli ,S, uouable advertisement will not .. at y PrIce AU "mittances , -.ale by draft, postal money order , - ctprod letter. Money forwarded .s -r r- a way. Jsainn; ku - "- - , v tuc amount and what It Is for a. jl AAMflAfi'o v1ef r-a o 3: f J stiuctiv stated. .e "s. etc, snoniu. ej au-uresaeu KE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington T. O UED EVERY SATURDAY Ar pruu U T.. N. W.t WAOH.. xj u. "rtiiFlL THE BEE CAN BE HA f 3 vv Fowlers, 318 3rd Btreet, s. e. Fr""t ii s. M Street, between 12th I"flLl-W,''"DrBSstet Cmer 16thand .Nwest. 3 t hJa House. 318Pennsyrnla Ave. jrtswcst. NEW YORK CITY. V . Green, 129, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. K-m U Iteed. 93J4 Cambridge St. Vv H- s- Luvv,8 e(litoral cor re3 ,-ilent and South Washing ton m..na!jer. All kinds of Job Pruituff dne. Advertisements at:! s lbsi ripttons received. 316 H street. S. W. IaTI'RDAT. Nov, 8, 1890 fjocals. Mr. J. A. Johnson is in the coal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 8 November 1890

; 2N Jf M I " .1 ' i vt 5iV . id ti r .- V At WHERE TO BUY THIS BEE. NORTHEAST Prof: J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WESi. Dr. . HBeller, n. eM corner 16th and BI streets. W. P. Gray, 15 th bet L and M C.H. Watson, 300N.-Y. Ave. Peel andiTaylor, .8. w.-, ;6th and K streets. ' ' - TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Bm must nay fcr all advertisements, m the way ot notices, deaths, Marriages, &a No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. - C GENTLEMAN WILL DO X V3LL TO' CALL Ol j. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -Nextdoor to tne Bke Office. J. W- Tatlor. sepl-lyr. Tlie National UNIVERSITY Under tne auspices of TIE COLORED BHPTIST ItHUIITIII Founded and located at Wash ington, T. O., with the Rev. R. S. ,aws, 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 an follows. Resident students $1.00 per month ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 November 1890

- t"5"?1 512JT1 J!3t-T UW 'wumm.w, ii i mt-Hjwiuj; 'ujtwp'..,fPJW .. .' mu Htf Terms. $1,60 Per year in AdYance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. NO 25 jPh B jd bbbbbbbbbTb B HTr mH H bbbbTJ BaLr bbtbI ibb bbi JbbTbbi iB BT Br bbtbe M&W ' T 'A THEY SA.T e rf here was an election last week, .somebody was injured. The Libenan Minister will Teturn bOOU. He can't stand being alone. A sweet girl is a man's jewel, Au honest woman is his delight. Ho thinks she is lovely as well as honest. She will be married soon. He is waitiug for the answer. Lightning struck some one on last Tuesday. MeKinley will be vindicated. Colored lawyers should not fight. Watson will soon be a Benedict. When a man once makes up his mind to marry no one can stop him. A great man has fallen. His deeds will live after h!m. lioys don't despair. The light is not out yet. Miller and Cheatham will be in the next Congress. Though defeated, be not dismay ed. Keep oil in your lam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 November 1890

,v . Vl m- ; iv i . m u Ji m. jy e-"TK -v BEE Published every Saturday at 1109 I "tree northwest, Washington, D. C. ntered at the Post Office at Washington C, as Second Class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. Editor. THE LEGION OF HONOR. There was a meeting of the Le gion ot Honor at Grand Army Hall on last Thursday night. The meeting was a lively one and it en ed to the detriment of the Northwest bauk. The President of the bank and his new executive committee c mraitted a blunder and under the constitution, wbic. the Bee will show in its next is sue, that the members are not in duty bound to pay one cent. The constitution has been riolated from beginning to end. The bank has attempted U run the orgaoiza tion which it has 'failed to do and itR ftttp.mnt to make L. W. Pultes secretary, who is not a member of the District bar, win wii. iue President, C1. MurrelK may ap point him, but, be will find tha the aBS"C atin will be called and impeach the whole bus ness The President under the con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 November 1890

; XHB 3312JE. Al'TUOUIZED AGEKTS. tt. Fo'er- liAST WASHINGTON.- 318 3rd S, ti. i.iit fiivriTKnprt nn ntinll . a, ectiouable atlN-crilBementB-fflUnot "rJ PriCe " remiltaCe8 t, J. made by draft, postal money order r restored letter. Money forwarded stf " .. iv. KPnder'a risk. In 'iier way. B " money the amount and what it is for "". nctinctlv 6tatedL Vi letters, etc. should bS ad-lrcssed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashlnKton D. O ei i.u t - prRl ISHBD EVEUY SATURDAY A Plu"lST..N.W.. WASH..D C. """"rtilERE THE BEE CAN BE IIA , , i W Fowlers, 818 3rd street, s.e. TJ:vr Streeu between 12th 1 j H.:UerI Druggist corner 16th and Hieet. Norm west. Pb.:aJelphla House. SlSPennsynla Ave. Sorts west. NEW YOEKCITY. li a. Green, 429. 6th Ave. 150STON, MASS. Wm L. Reed. 93 Cambridge St. Rev K. S. Laws, editoral cor ses, indent and South Washing S manager. All kinds, of Job Pnntiug done. Advertisements and sjbscriptions received. 316 H street, 8. w. PERSONALS. SATURDAY, Nov, 15, 1890 Lioeals. Hon. T. E. Mil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 15 November 1890

WuMsBBflWUMIkl. SBSS in cm lTf - i . 4 v -"a ?"". I . a r.i it - ': vi - 8 r H i WHERE TO HUY THifi BEE. NORTHEAST Prof. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WESi. Dr. . H. Beller. n. e., corner 16th and M streets. "W. P. Gray, 15th bet- L and M C.H.Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., 6th and K streetB. TAKE NOTICE -IThe patrons of the Beb must nay fcr all 'advertisements, m the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. CtENTLEMAN WILL DO T W3LL TO CALL Oh " J." W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. 70-Nezt door to the Bee Oflice. J. W. Taylor. sepl4-lyr. Tlie National UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of TIE CDLOBED BAPTIST IDIDllllTlih Pounded and located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. R. S. Laws, D. D., as president, is now open to students from oil over the country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for admis ssion is as foll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 November 1890

$w -.!.-, , - M - rr "t m Terms. $1.50 Per yer in Adiance. VOL. IX. - THEY SAT Treacbery will not succeed. Honest men will not attempt to injure tbeir friends. The Legion of Honor will elect new officers. The trap that was dug for Jack, caught Bill. Be honest towards your fellow man. Great are the acts of honest men. Weak and timid men can'f walk the fence. The temporary office of the Bee is in DeDroit building. Bring your job work to the Bee office. Never bo false to those who are true to you. Brave men will not bluster. You can always tell a coward. Dou't bluster when you intend to do anything. The man who tell others that he will shoot is only bluBtering. Hon. E. P. McOabe is doing well in the Oklahoma. He is the coraiug man. The people .look upon him as their leader. McCabe knows how to win the people. Cooper of the "Freeman" is an enterprising journalist. Harrison will be renominated. Harrison is the comingman. ,. . ., Clarkson is for Hainson. The country is for Harrison. Harri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 November 1890

f&M r,K Ifl ft :-ji f ' L ' Mti - ; i -i' . L ? 'J- i.Sfl j , :' -'. f : T S N .JEV v i fi ; w 1 The f BEE. mm- inhBifid cverv 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, HEDGrKRS. Thre are today .in the Beveral departments of the government men in high official positions known as "hedgeis " They are men who have been appointed by republicans, and after a seeming defeat of a portion of the party they attempt to hedge, that is they areoftbepiniou that, should the dem cra s win or get c ntr"l of the entire government again, they the (hedges) will be retain ed !) cause they b.ve been conser vative. Sni-h a class of repul'h cans sh'uld be given the ticket of leave rami. It makes no ffer ence how much hedging a repub lican does lie will not be retained if the d m-'fiMUc party should ever get control ot the govern ment Hiiain. The denmciatic & ty will teach the republicans a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 November 1890

THE 3B15E AHTUOUIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. W. mateh for advertising furmsned on appll ,,n. Objectlouable aavcrtiBetnentswillnot usertedal any price. All remittances ,u a be made by draft, postal money order vss or registered letter. Money forwarded auv other way. Is at the sender'B risk. In mi" money tbe amount and what It 1b for . ji j1e disUuctlv steted. Ail letters, etc., xuimtu is ttu-ureoisfu EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashinKlon D. O PI" BUSHED EVEUY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. i HERE TI1ET3EE CAN BE HA prof. J. W". Fowlers, 318 3rd street, s. e. ts. Polketys, M Street, between 12th 1 , ..rttiwest. I U. Beller, Druggist corner 16th end VToel, SortnwesU Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Sortowe6t. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A. Green. 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Reed. 93 Cambridge St. Rtv. K. S. Laws, editoral cor resjxnident and South Washing ton manager. All kinds of Job Printing done. Advertisements and subscriptions received. 316 H str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 22 November 1890

i-.tti kxiss. m -if - S 4 1 i e i n a Hi i! I Sri urn .i ft wk - s II .? 4.1 Of JKT r . , S. 41 tJJ M 'R l J ,x ' WHERE i,TO BUY THIS BEE. SOUTHEAST Prof. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St UORTH WESi. Dr."1. B.Beller, n. e., i corner Ifitb'andM streets. W. P Gray, 15th bet L and M 8tC. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, s. w., 6 and K streets. TAKE NOTICE The patrons of the Beb must v frr all advertisements, in the pay y ot notices, deaths, marriages, Z? V . -? of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for, "GENTLEMAN WILL DO j. W. TAYLOR, Ihe Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. -tfrNext door to the Bke Office. J. W. Taylor. sepl4r-lyr. I'lie National UNIVERSITY -OnIer the auBpTceB of THE GOLQBLD URIST IQIIIUTIII Pounded and located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. R. S. Laws, D.D., as president, is now open to students from c.U over the country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for admis Bsion is as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 November 1890

V"' " V CfTiA, 2f Terms. $1.50 Per year in AdYance. 70L. ix. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29,1890. NO 27 v. fWs THE COLORED MINISTRY. T, IT c RRUPT? WHAT IS NEEDED. urSHOP PAYNE KNOWS OF WHAT 2E ?pAKS. Let this be understood in regard ffl,ar I have said or shall say re crardnig" the colored ministry, that no resolutions or actions or words 0f individuals or organizations will have the least effect in preventing mY yjmg just what I consider to be id the interest of the race and truth. The day for scaring men into silence is gone, and the world loves ani honors the man who speaks his convictions, and who does not think one thing in his heart ami speak another with his tongue- But why tbs hue and m What Uishop Payne and. I have said can hurt no pure, up right, capable man. It is the frac uoh that is not right that we condemn-'hat we seek to arouse pub lic sentiment against, not the frac tion that is ijualified. If a man is righteous let bun be righteous still...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 November 1890

: - rimiMim in i ii v imw i- i w I - j- & L-i;, fr.U y - I J -5" i' ZZZZ3ES3Z. HI Hi IK S3 IS r is ft j-. IV J w a I 4 .ji: U: inU me --v-.r: -- BEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 I str northwest, "Washington, D. C. ntred atthePo6t Office at "Washington C, as Second Class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, Look ont for our new dress. Our society letters wtre crowded out this week. If you Bee. waui the news read the One of the luureatiog features in the Bee will be iis social let ters and news c lumn. It is about time for tbe bluff-r th keep bis mouth. He may huye been successful in playing the bluff game in Louisiana, but be can't play it on tbe editor of this paper, he is not one to he bluffed. The letters of Prof. Washington and Bialiup Payne on the negro ministry are tearful if true. While there ma be a great deal ot cor rujition in he pulpit, we are tree to say that two thiids of the negro ministers are purv. me. "Besides," said father, "you are too young and the boy i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 November 1890

V Sjr THE BTdm, AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 318 3rd S, E. V aates fur advertlMujj furnisned on appll ,t'i. objectJouableaavertiftexuentswillnot .riedst any price. All remittances ,i ue made by draft, postal money order s, or registered letter. Money forwarded , other way. Is at the sender's risk. In ,.. money the amount and what It Is for .1 be distinctly stated. A.l letters, etc., buhuiu. bi au-aresseu EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O Pt HUSHED EVEKY SATURDAY A' 1109 I ST.. N. W. WASH., D C. v HERE THE BEE CAN BE nA prof. J. W. Fowlers, 818 Hrd street, s.e. m rs.Volkety'Si A1 Street between 12th 1 . v.rtliwesU i II. Beller, Druggist cornet 16th end roet. Nortn west. Philadelphia Uouse. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Sortowesu NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. IVm. L. Keejl.93V Cambridge St. Rev. K. S. Laws, editoral cor respondent and South Washing- u nvauager. A1J kinds of Job Printing done. Advertisements aid subscriptions received. 316 H tercet, s....

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 29 November 1890

-?- " I ?"t ! 'i ( mm. i ir ;i V WHERE TO BUY THJ5 BEE.J3 NORTHEAST Prof. J. W. Fowler 318 3rd St NORTH WESrx Dr.. H.Beller, n. eM corner 16th and M streets. W. P. Gray, 15th bet. L andM C. H. Watson, 300 N. Y. Ave. Peel and Taylor, a. w., 6th and K streets. TAKE. NOTICE The patrons of the Bee must nay fcr all advertisements, iu the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, 4c. No matter of a pereoual nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. C GENTLEMAN WILL DO T VSLL TO CALL Oh ' J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. 7-Next door to the Bee Office. J. W. Taylor. sepl4r-lyr? TL'lie Wationai UNIVERSITY Under the auspices of -TIE CDIORLD BHPUST 1EIIIIIUTIII Fouuded and located at Wash ington, D. C, with the Rev. R. S. Law., D D., as president, is now open to students from v. over the country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for admis ssion is as follows. Resident srudeuts $1.00 per month and boarding stu...

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