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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 January 1891

m Terms. $1.50 Per year in AdTance. 5 cents per copy. vol. ix. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAYTTaNUARY 10, 1891. NO SS miV4 THEY SAY Balldozers can only frighten the weak. The league is booming. Let every man join the league. Some men think that they can fool their friends. No man should disappoint his friend. Tou should get all you expect. Nothing succeeds like success. Whenever you get ready to proceed go ahead. Some people lose all by meddling with other peoples affairs. If the bank bad let the Solicitor alone be would have collected ev ery note. W hen you get ready to move on him don't atop until you accomp lish something. Some men often learn something by other peoples mistakes. You should always stand by those who defend you. Sarah Gray, of Alexandria, Va., is to be investigated. Strong men must pay the bond. There will probably be a vacau- one of the public schools of andria, Va. IkeB' cut that appeared in the lal afew weeks ago looked like tarda cut. lhas more cheek tuan brains....

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. — 10 January 1891

5Sf The Xft-B BEE. v Published 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, Bring your Bee office. job printing to the The Elections Bill will become a law. All honor legislature. to the Pennsylvania Hon. Fred. Doyglass, will surely resign the Haytiau mission next June. Do you want first class job work done, if so call at Bee office, 1109 I Bt., n. w. The administration is what it was two years ago, friendly to the oppressed. Hon. John 11, Lynch, 4th Audi tor of the Treasury Dept., is one of the most gifted writers m this country. The meeting called by Messrs. J. F. Cook, Gleeves and others was not largely attended Thursday evening. Judge Montgomery has been justly styled "Montgomery the just." The Bee can testify that he knows no man by his color. The foreman of the Folding room government Printing office, Mr. Peonisks is the right man in the right place. It is unecesary ...

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. — 10 January 1891

ELi AUTUORIZF!) AG SSI'S. eAST WASHINGTON. W. Fowler, 31S 3rd S. E. , Estimates fur adveillMue furnisuecl on appti ,M...i. iiiiitkuableaaveriiM;ments'svUluot loe Inserted ut any price. All remittances ijiii .ithl le made by draft, postal money oraer t vpress or resifctered !etter. Money forwarded In auv other way. Is at the sender's risx. in i-.wiii..r mntipv the amount and wuatll is lor fnoald tedlstluctlv stated. All letters, etc., should S ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Pror. J. W. Fowlers, 31S 3rd street, 6.e. Mr. Polketys, M Street, between 12th 13h Northwest. J H. Beller, Drugget corner 16th and . Mreet, Northwest. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Sortnwest. NEW YOEKCITY. 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 subscri...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 10 January 1891

TAKE NOTICE The patrons of tlie Beb muat pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deathB, marriages, &c No matter of a personal nature will be inserted unleB it is paid for. GENTLEMAN WDLL DO J W2LL TO CALL Oh t- J. W. TAYLOR,! Ihe Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. 7-Next door to the Bke Office. J. W. Taylor, sepl4-ljr. UNIVERSITY Cor. 11th and K sts., n. w. Under tne auspices or -THE GQLDREQ BAPTIST DE1IIIIUTI1I Founded and located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. W. H. Scott, as Pres., 313 6th St., n.e., is open to students from all over the country. No other distinction than moral fituess. Tuition for admis ssion is as follows. Resident students $1.00 per month and boarding students $18 per quarter or $50 for one school year including boarding and lodg ing. All tuitiou in advance, Pri mary, Normal and Theological departments are open 310 H street, s. w., uutn otner quarters are pro vided for which contribution...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 January 1891

J3rlf imlM4 Terras. $1.50 Per year in Advance. Vol. IX. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1891. NO 84 FURGUSON ACADEMY. From Afro-American Presbyterian. In Oct. IS91, Rev. E. W. Wil liams beg"" missionary operations at Abbeville, S. C. At that time the field was only inviting because of the great manifest needs of the colored people ot that community lor the elevating inlluences of the Presbyterian church and a Chris tian education. A few weeks of work resulted in the organization of a colored Presbyteriau church of twenty seven members, which has realized a continual growth and now numbers trie htndred and seventy-two, aud several other churches have been gathered at points in western South Carolina, as an additional result of the work begun and prosecuted so success fully at Abbeville. commodious house of worship with accommodations in the rear for a parochial -school, was erected iu 1S82 at a cost of S3.000. Mr. Williams soon learned what all other succes...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 January 1891

it & ss& The BEL. "ublis'ied every Saturday at 1109 I stree uorthwest, Washington, D. C. n I e red utthe Post Office at "Washington C, as Second Class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, Col. Gen. M. Arnold is a worker. The Bee is uo mail's organ. It is the peoples journal. 3 The success of tho colored peo ple is united action in all they do. The haud should be educated as well as the head. There cannot be two mauy pro fessional men. Xow is your tunc to purchase lots at Bowie, Md. jSYxt Spring you will have to pay $300 for lots that you can pur chase now for $100. Call ou Mr. Campbell Carrington and say that you saw the advertisement in the Bee. Senator In gal la pointed speech in the Seriate this week. When Mr. Ingalls talk he generally knows what he is talking about. Tho Federal Elections bill become a law and President Harrison is entitled to credit. The appointment ot supervising principal will be made very short ly. Cadidates are numerous, but tho man who has the long...

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. — 17 January 1891

TKLEJ IBE, AUTHORIZED AGENTS. EAST WASIIISOTON. W. Fowler, 31S Srd S. K. i KMiiuate., Tor nilvciUMiii: liirnisnedon appU cation. Objectlouable advertisements will not Oe liiberteUal uuy price. AU remittances Bliould be made by draft, pobtal money order espix-bborreibteaxl'.etter. Money forwarded n anv other way. Is at the sender's risk. In sendins money the amount and what it is ror hould bediutinctlv staled. AU letters, etc., should k ad-drebued KE rUIJLlSUING, CO. Wabhiuuton D. C PUBLISHED EVE11Y SATURDAY Ar HOD 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W. Fowlers, Sib Srd street, s.e. M rs. l'olkety s. M StreeU between 12th 13h Northwest. J H. Beller. Druggist corner 16th and street. North wesU Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Kortuwest. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A. Green. 42S. Clh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. I, Keed. 93!4 Cambridge fct. SATURDAY, Jan. 17, 1891. JLocals. a Wanted at this office three good collectors. Liberal percentage paid. "Wanted : Position as ch...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 17 January 1891

Take notice ru patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. K.j matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it ie paid for. CENTLEMAN WILL DO X V3LL TO CALL OlS. J. W. TAYLOR, f be Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brauds of cipr8 and tobacc:o. "Next door to tlie Bee Office. J. W. Tatlob. sepl4-lyr. rl'lie National UNIVELS1TY Cor. lltb and K sts., n. w. UhavHlie auspices of -THE HMD BAPTIST DENOMINATION Founded and located t Wash iuntmi, D. 0.. with the Rev. W. H. Scott, as Pns., 313 6 li St., n.e., in open tii students from 11 over the country. No other distinction than moral fitntwrt. Tuition for admis ssion is as follows. ReMdent students 81.00 per mouth and bosirditiu' studeuts SIS p. r quarter or 50 for oue school yeai .cIik.uir InmrdiiiR and lodg uir. All tuition in advance, Pii maiv. Noimal and Tliwilogical departments are open 316 H street, h w., until otuer quarters are pro Tided for whi...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 January 1891

fet (js C -fe f j m Terms. $1.50 Per year in Adfance. VOL. IX. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1891. SHEY SAY Dogs will bark when they hear a noise. The dog on 15th St., n. w., bark ed Monday, bat, as usual it was a harmless bark. The N. York liar will have just as much as he can attend to. The name of Gen'l. Browne is be ing used without his knowledge. When the Bee gets through with shop thieves and sharks, the dogs will cease to bark. Does Gen'l. Browne know that his name is being maliciously used by one of his employees? This is a game that three can play at. It will be seen who the thief is. Look out boys you will hear a bomb burst. The N. York liar and Newport beat will flud out that cau't come to Washington and play his sharp tricks. The big man who is afraid of his head will have all that he needs. The Bee is everywhere fortified and documents will tell. The great institution is disbaud ed and the members are requested to recognize no beat that may ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 January 1891

K". The BEE. v." "nblls el every Ssturdav at 1109 I Btree northwest, Washington, V C. ntered Htthe Post Office at Washington C as Secou.i Class ninll matter. W. CAI.VIN CHASE, Editor. Men that go bond tor school teachers, should iav. The low letter of the teacher will pi'ur so . S-'m- 111-11 are veiy iniice ularrn ed ub u( ilu uni ii. The hogus itw.piper men an pjOi ed aruiiml i e e.iniol. The Bdp'ist i bureh made its appearance las' week. Great men will make grea Speeches n. xi Monday mght. The iit-xt rej ublscui co .venti.n is tu lar .ff 10 talk abnut. Strong men should n t be afraid of 'hfir children wbeu th?y g bond. "lhe Pnteciie Union Associa tion is ihe greatest association evei orga iz !. Ii is beitei to liuVe txperieuce huvv to i un a newspaper thau to have theory. Thrt greatest ine ting of the age wilt beat the Me topolnan Buptisi Church next Mn day uijlit. J. W. Cromwell is a man ol wide expend ce and learuiug and he 18 Competent to HI any position iu the gif ot this gove...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 January 1891

he; be. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. SAST WASHINGTON. V. Fowler, SIS aid 3, E. Kb'iumtffc foi ailciiisHiu f urnisneti on appli cutloii. Ol)ji-cUmmiilenacrtiReuicntiiwilluot be lntttel :it any price. AH remittances sliouUl 1)0 tn.iilc liy draft, postal money order e c preh! or rvgiNU-K-tl !ttr. Money forwarded u any other wuy. is at the bender's risk. In sendixij; money the uuiount anil what It Is for houM b distinctly btHtetl. All letters, etc., bhould fc ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. X. W.. WASH., D C. WHERE THE 15EE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 318 3rd btreet, b. e. y re. PolUetys, M Ktreet. between 12th I3h Northwest. J H. Iiellei, Drulst corner 16th and Mieet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia House. 31S Penney. vitnla Ave. rJortnwebt. NEW YORK CITY. I). A. Green. 12, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Vm. L. Ieed,.H1'; Cambridge M. SATURDAY, Jan. 24, 1891. Liocals. See advertisement in another column of the grand Star Coucert. Wanted at this office thr...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 24 January 1891

y V TAKE NOTICE ThepatronsroPthe 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. G1 "GENTLEMAN WILL DO W2LL TO CALL Ofc rj. W. TAYLOR, f he Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also Guest brands of cigars and tobacco. "-Next door to the Bee Office. J. W. Tatlob. sepl4-l.yr. TIie TSatlonal UNIVERSITY Cor. 11th and K sts., u. w. Under tne auspices or THE COLORED BAPTIST DENDM1KAT1DK Fouudetl anil lociitiul at Wash lugtoii, D. U.. with thr Rev. W. Ii. Scott, as I'res., 313 6 h St., n.e., in opeu to students from 11 over the country. No otlier distinction than moral fituesn. Tuition for admis esion in a follows. Resident students '81.00 per mouth and boarding studeuts 18 p. r quarter or $50 for one school eai including boarding and lodg ing. All tuition iu advance, Pri mal j. Normal and Theological departments are opwu 31G H street, a. w., uutn otuer quarters are pro Tide...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 January 1891

5w llf jf w (&K''4 Terms. $1.50 Per year in Adrance. Vol. ix. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0M SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, J 891. NO J6 THE TRAPPIST MONKS. HOW THEY PASS THEIR LONELY LIVES IN GETHSEMANE. The Heml of the Order tn Kentucky a Mcmhi-r or the Illustrious Itourbon FUmlly They KIm at 2 in the .'Morning and Go tn lied at 7 at Night. There is, perhaps no life which the av erage person is so utterly unable to com prehend as that of the TrappUt monks, which is pasctl in well nigh iierpctual si lence amid the most rigorous physical and mental austerities. A profession of public humility ran be understood, but the priest or layman who puts on the robe and cowl of the Trappist brotherhood effaces him self and all knowledge of himself. IIo may pavs half a century in a stall next to a brother whose name he does not know (beyond that which is written up above the entrance into the narrow and bare vault in which he sleeps), whose national ity even he never suspects. What his his tor...

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. — 31 January 1891

f- The v ,ft ." 4 X -v BEE. Published every northwest, Washington, D Saturday at c. 1109 I Btree ntered at the Post Office at Washington C, as Second Class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE, Editor, IN OUR NEW OFFICE. We have now removed in our new office, 1109 I St., n. w.f where we can be found. Bring your job work to our office. Our readers must excuse the appear ance of this week's lfisue. On account of moving etc., business bad to be dispensed with. The priuting deparlmeut of our ne.v office have just been complet ed this week, and on accnunt of having to move to make room for the workmen a goodly amount of important matter was left out. NEW HAVEN NEWS. New Haven, Conn., Jan., 26, '91. Rain sow, then slippery wlks and slush- sireetd were the order of the day witli us on the Sabbath day and yet our good citizeus could have been observed on ev ery street making their wy a3 best they could to the different places of worships with which New Haven abouuds. At Bethrl church owing to the a...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 January 1891

HE IBTL w. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. A3T WASHINGTON. Kowler, 318 Sid H. E. Estimulcb for ailvcillfclus furnished on appli c.iliou. Objectlouable aa eriiRemtnts will not be Inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order e t prets or registered fitter. Money forwarded u auv other way. Is at the Bender's risk. In sending money the amount and what It is for hould be distinctly bUUed. All letters, etc., should is ad-1 reused EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashluKton D. C PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST., N. W., WASH,. D C. tVllERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Pror. J. W. Fowlers, alb .Srd street, s.e. Mr. Politely 'S, M Street, between 12th I3h North west. J H. Bellcr, Druggist corner 16th and ilreet. Northwest. Philadelphia House. 318Pennsy.?nla Ave. Kortnwest. NEW YORK CIT", D. A. Green, 429, 6th A- , BOSTON, MASS. j Wm. L. Reed. 93 Cambi Ige St. 8ATFJRDAY, Jan 31, 1891. Locals. Wauted at this office three good collectors. Liberal percentage paid. Subscribers are requested t...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 31 January 1891

r Eeo TAKE NOTICE The patronB 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. ClENTLElAN WILL DO X WSLL TO CALL OS J. W. TAYLOR, Ihe Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. 7Next door to the Bee Office. J. W. Tatlor. sepl4-lyr. rl'lie IVatlonal UNIVEISITY Cor. 11th and K sts., u. w. UndT tue auspices of THE COIDBED BAPTIST DENOMIMTIOSI Founded and located at Wash iiigton, D. C. with the Rev. V. 1. Scott, as Pres., 313 G h St., n.e., is open t stuilentx from '. lover the country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for aduiis 8ion is a lollows. Resident students S1.00 per montli and bo.ndinr students SIS pir quarter or $f0 for one school year ii. eluding boarding and lodg Iuk. All tuition in advance, Pi maty. N.iiinal and Theological departments are open 310 H street, h. w., unin otner qiiaiters are pro Vided ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 February 1891

nffl!! iiiuiiii jiimij: KUMliaoV JllIO" .XratMot iWlHJlto year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1891. SO? .aftaaa "Ta "" yj)ft U "i Uuh o H fjk IMJIP WjUU? U I J tUiU II THEY SAY Tlie Protective Uoion will not ask tho Washington Jack snipe of the Appeal for advice. If he wants a little notoriety be can get it very goon. It is an easy matter for smart elios to gain some good advice tbrougu these columna. It is the silent dog to fear. A barking dog is a harmless cieature. If you don't thiuk so try your hand. The race is full of demagogues. A loud mouth writter is an eay object to fiud. Tbe Legion of Honor members should call at the Northwest bank and pay up. Houest men cau obtain honest loans. The Harrison and Mortau club is alright. An honest friend will tell you that he cau't fulfill his promises. Never mislead your friends. Liars cau never succeed. When you make promises always carry them out when you hold the reigus of government. The...

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. — 7 February 1891

Tia g& XIUSK s -frL. KEE. Published every Saturday at 1109 1 Street, Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington a vecond class mail matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. EDITOR. I).iuglu9 will reaign the Hay tian nuBninu. Senator Ingalla retires from the Senate in flying colors- The Federal Elections bill should become a law. The President could not ap point a better man to succeed Mr. Wiudom than Senator Spooner. The emancipation duy celebra tiou will be one of the largest that has ever been held iu this city. The citizens of Ind.ana ratified the appoiurment of Dr. Elbert last Monday. Hon, J. T. Hinton of Indianap olis is oue of the best orators in the State of Indiana. Republicans should take lessons from the democrats how to pass laws. If the democrats should e? er capture the eutire govern ment they will show republicans how eaiy it is to pass laws. lion. John R. Lvnch haBbeen suggested to deliver a eulogy on the life and character of Mr. Widdom. of his long an...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 February 1891

WY9 THGE BHEE AUTHORIZED AGENTS. tAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 818 Sri S. E. W. Estimate, fur udvertUme furniBaeJ on appll cation. ObJecUouableaavertl-einenU will not be Inserted at any price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order ex press or registered letter. Money forwarded n any other way. Is at the sender! risk. In sending money the amount and whatit is for honld be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., should ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. 0 PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY Ar 1109 1 ST.. N. W., WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W. Fowlers, S18 Srd street, s.e. Mrs. Polketys, M Btreet. between 12th 13b. northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and it reet. North west. Philadelphia Uouse, S18 Pennsy.vanla Ave. Kortowest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 429, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Wm.L.Keed.93J4 Cambridge at. SATURDAY, Feb. 7, 1891. Locals. Wanted at this office three good collectors. Liberal percentage paid. Wanted. At-this office a Rood smart b...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 February 1891

; " "" ' fttEfJOTlCE El -w As-r- - "The pafsojjbe Bee must nav fcsaJiiftiBement8, in the ouv?r. - k yiKT f , y j Jc rB3Bi natm-exgllipgqKruiirojiigiM j paid tor. p ii anj f iMfi . . e W ENllKJAr W vX vJP?' T0 CALL 0J LAXLiJV, Hie Stvlish Hair Cutter, reneuu order observed, also Qnest brands of .cigars and tobacco. '"SrNekt door M- f If i XnY.TAYLdK.'1 "'.' seiVii-jr. tif .J J II Ji ll .ll I ut I .. - "Cor;UtYiiiiilJTB,t'.;,lKifi 4 t $r i si I lsA 'J . f-1 G. Unar nio.nuspice&iOCnrj .J -THE CflLQKMIFII-t DE ltfaiiiieiT ami lofeatfed 'at W&sli" iiiktoir, D. 0., withthe'Rcv.VH' C,.r oa Pros.. 313 Gtb St., H.6.' 'IS? 'l,eVi!il!fttS" fifotti',a'il,dveiJthpl rhnt'fv. "No1 otlier-distluctSoti'tban-; nmr1 firVss. rTit.tioV ror'aoWfir- ' : r v- l-.il ttni ' ' " "' ? Resident" sCudtirits '$1.00 J'VeT' month aiul bdaTHnig 'sUidfentS''Slb per quarter or $50' tof one "reboot Year including boarding and lodg- depiVtliuuUifareoppnSlG H street, a w.Nfefo dtner' quarters are pro Tided for wh...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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