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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 February 1891

4. ' i.i-y. I . yv i of Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. IX. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, FEBR JAR Y 14, 1891. NO 18 Jtf" m V V M Lf fitif M JM'A'4 REV. R. H- ROBINSON, PAS TOR LOGAN MEMORIAL M. E. CHURCH, PARKERS BURG, WEST, VA. SENIOR PAST GRAND MASTER OF MA SONS OF TUE DISTRICT OF COLUM BIA. PRESENT GRAND MASTER OF MASONS OF THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. Tbe Washington- Bee presents the above bribing portrait of the eloquent and distinguished clergy man, orator and Mason. Rev. Rob lert Henry Robinson, of the Metho fdist Episcopal Church was born and reared in Alexandria, Virginia, and there learned tbe trade of a ba ker. He is a self-made man aud now takes rank with the most learn ed in his church. He is one of the surviving six that orgauized the Washington Conference m 18bl. He has been honored with the most Important trusts that Washington Coufereuce can delegate, and has tiled the most prominent pulpits r 1-1 J . rf"i; .1 T .1 r .. IH rrcueriCK Olj.y ami...

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. — 14 February 1891

v LT Tae BEE. Published every Saturday at MM 1 Street, Northwest, Washington, I. U. Entered at the Post Offieo at as second class mail matter. Washington W. CALVIN CHASE. Editoh. The conveutiou was lively Tues day night. The bolters wuited ou the out Bide of the hall thinking that they would have been sent for. Some mtu are of the opiuion that they are great. They are soon convinced that greatuess is not in talk. CLARA'S LETTER. The Bee calls the attention of the Bchool officers this week to the Clara letter, relative to the duties of the drawing teachers. Are of the drawing teachers of tho 7th and Sth divisions einyloyed by the tax payers to instruct the teachers or the children. Clara says that Mr. Hunster and his assistant refuse to put lessous on the black board for the benefit of the pupils nor will tbey accommodate a teacher when asued to give a lesson in drawing. Trustee Bruce and Cornish should Instruct the bgperinteudent, Mr. Cook, to investigate this matter and report it t...

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. — 14 February 1891

TBLEJ DBiiK AUTUOKlZKi; AUK.S'TS. KAST WASHINGTON. W . Fowler, SIS 3rd -S. E. p m i.uales. fiuudvi-iUMii" fmiilMitilou appli c.i mn. Objectionable aaNcru&eiuenls will not Ue niM-rtcil at any price. All reml'.tauces U uld be umile by draft, jiostal money order e t pi ebb r registered loiter. Money forwarded a 'iiiv other way. is at the Bender's risk. In 8 ndlng money the amount and what it is rot h- i.d be distinctly slated. All letter, etc., bhoulil fcs ad-drebBed EE PUBLISHING. CO. WaRhiimtou D. 0 PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. N. W.. WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE IIA Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 31b 3rd street, s.e. M n. Polkety'8, M Street, between 12th 13h NorthweBU J H. lieller, Orugsjlst corner 16th and ttreet, Nortnwest, Philadelphia Uouse, 318 Peuti6y.v mla Ave. tfortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. I). A. Green, 129. Gth Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Keed, 93VJ Cambridge st. SATURDAY, Feb. 14, 1891. JLiOcals. m mm - Wanted at this office three good collectors. Liberal percentage p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 14 February 1891

TAKE NOTICE The patronB of the 13ee must pay fcr all advertisements, in the way ot notices, deaths, marriages. 4c Eo matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. ClENTLEMAN WILL DO X VSLL TO CALL Oh 5J. W. TAYLOR, The Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also Quest brands of cigars and tobacco. ?Next door to the Uf.k utiice J. W. Tatlob. sepl4-lyr. I'lie TVational UNIVERSITY T Cor. 11th aud K sts., u. w. Under tne auspices of -THE COLORED BAPTIST DENOMINATION Founded and located ut Wash ington, D. C. with the Rev. V. 11. Scott, aa Pres., 313 Gill St.. n.e., in open to students from al! over the country. No otler distinction than moral fitness. Tuition lor adniis Hsion is as follows. Resident students $1.00 pe? month and boaniin studeuts SIS per quarter or $50 for oue school year including boarding aud lodg ing. All tuition iu advance, PiN maiy, Noimal and Tln-ological departments are open 310 H s'iect, a. tt., untit otiier quarters are pro vided for wh...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

ftr u Terms. $1.50 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY," FEBRUARY 21, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 89 LOUISE TO CLARA. Dear Clara: Your loving epistlo was read with a great deal of pleasure, and there was but one conclusion to which I could come. You should have been a teacher and then you could appreciate theupsand downs of a school mam. JK The temperance meeting at the loth St. Presbyterian church on last S.ibbath evening was largely attended. The singing under the direction of our genial trieud R. V. Tompkins was excellent. 1 was agreeably surprised as well as highly entertained. Our genial Robert is to be complimented on his tine siugingand excellent choir. Mr. Willie Cook is mite an acquis tion to the choir and if our enter prising frieud continues be will have the best choir in the city. The Reformers held services in the Cadets Armory all day Sunday. 1 visited the singing services in the afternoon and was very much pleas etl I assure- jou. Yes I quite agre...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

i. IT m u me. Published every Saturday nt 1109 1 Street Northwest, WriKhlugion, D. C. Entered nt th l' st OMoe at Washington an kecuud cIubh mall matter. W.CALVIN CHASE. Euitob. Emanciputi n be a Bucc-efl. celebration will AH honeBt moo their freedom. will celebrate The committee will decide to Lave one more parade. Why bill? Hot pS3 the Elections If you have any dnubt as to the sncc-ts of h EE, call aud inspect its new ffi-e. N mmi haa uy authority t eol'tet an entrance fee for the Le- giuu of li-nr. Thre id no neipaper that ha0 made th rapid succ.-ss as the Bee h..a uith-n the lst three years Can its traducers 8-y a- mucn? The 15ee owns iia own office and bo tar as it workmen are concern, it owes less than any jouruul in the country. The liar of the Pilot should re member that when be 'eft St. Paul, JVIiuu., he barely escaped the detec tives. Tbe Bee is coutident that he was the Philistine running away from justice, If be bad justice to day, bo would bo behind tbe bar in the state...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

Otf Sfatrawtfltt mmlement WASHINGTON, D. G., SATURDAY, EEBRUARY 21, 1891. JUSTICE. LIBERTY. FRATERNITY. EQUALITY. J$ u jVK i'l e f HIE GREAT SPEECH OF SENATOR EVAKTS ON THE CN1TED STATES ELECTIONS 11IIX. "We present to our readers in the sup plement to this week's issue of our paper, the great speech of the Hon. William M. I Evarts, in the senate, upon the United States election bill, otherwise called the force bill. This speech is justly regarded as the most powerful and scholarly made in con gress upon this measure of supreme im portance to the colored people of the en tire country. The arguments which the speech ad vance in support of honest elections and f j the plain irrefutable statement and expo sition of the decay and destruction of the suffrage in the southern states are simply unanswerable. The inevitable evil consequences of this open and continued course of violence and fraud against the suffrage, and the law of ij the whole country is depicted with such force and eloque...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

HMNR SUPPLEMENT. who are opposed to a law, in order that it way be apparent that it goes 110 further than is useful or necessary as proposed, or to be resisted only as it should be resisted by those to whom the legislation is repug nant. Hut no such course was taken. "When this bill was introduced here and laid upon the table as a method of law regulating the election of members of the house of representatives, how was it met by the democratic representation of opin ion and purposes? As expressive of democratic opinion and purposes, J present the verj' brief but, I believe, the entire statement of the eminent senator from Alabama Mr. Pugh, a senator who, from the breadth of his understanding and the solidity of his judgment, carries the greatest weicrhfc in gathering and expressing the opinions of the political party and of the com munity which he represents. He carries not less weight with us on this side, and when, through him as the spokesman for a party, we are advised what the ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

SUPPLEMENT. lut, Mr. President, I have not done u the Mississippi constitution. There , I understand, sevemv-five counties 'he state, having, 1 believe, 132 iepre tatives in the popular branch of its .s.ature. For this distribution there is 'his constitution this contrivance Ir. Walthall. Before the senator passes ,j the point he has been discussing as he suffrage clause of the constitution hsaissippi, I should like to ask him if finds anything in that clause incon- fcent with the constitution of the United Ir Evarts. I have already said that I discussing its effects on your own insti ons; that it attacks the suifrage of the tes. Ir. Walthall. Then I will ask the sena- conceding that the state had the pt.'er to adopt that provision in its con siution, the senator bavins? alreadv rerred to the fact that there was a very la:e preponderance of negroes in the stje, would he deny or begrudge to the Mple of that state the right to protect tljmselves against negro rule in that law- manner....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

SUPPLEMENT. these ineffable infamies of fraud upon the ignorant and the feeble colored men in those communities where they occurred. I should like to hear of somebody that I could applaud for having spoken in 'Mississippi or in South Carolina to meet nigs without distinction of party, at the time and at the moment that the flagrant outrages were being performed, to curb and redress and punish them. Ah, Mr. President, that is a severe and sad, but nevertheless an inexorable maxim: Judex damnaturcumnocciis nbsolcilur. Do then the communities where these outrages go unpunished and unpunish able complain that we accuse them of being the judges that absolve these guilty men? Nay,they applaud them, they vote for them, they place them in authority by no warrant except their services in these transactions. I speak of the lower stratum of patronage and office-seeking in those neighborhoods. Now, this is the truth. Why do not the proud people of the south denounce, at least, the infamies of f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

f ii?"'-y . "r7 -wpyy . - LEJ BTSE JTHORIZED AGENTS. (CAST WASHISQTOK. ler, 318 3rd 8, E. jr ad vurtlsing f arnisnea on uppU cUoa&ble advertlaemenlt will not Eat any price All remittances le by draft, postal money order fiBterod letter. Money forwarded -way, uatlne senaera rue in iey the amount and what It 1b for IncUr stated. .'. etc., should h aa-dressea E PUBLISHING. CO. Washington D.O SD EVE11Y SATURDAY Ar N.W., WASH., D C. I THE BEE CAN BE HA Fowlers, 818 3rd street, s. e. "s,M Street, between 12th U Druggist corner 16th and tweet. & House, 818 Pennsylvania Ave. IBW YORK CITY. , Green, 429, 6th Ave, )STON, MASS. , Reed, 93J4 Cambridge St. - DAY. Feb. 21, 1891. locals. tson concert will be a lique affair. ia Savoy bad a success rniy ball last week, art J. Hall the popular e Batson Concert. this office three good iberal percentage paid. -At this office a good ne wuo Know bow to loree. Apply at once. A nice room furnish- rnished, 17S3 11th St.. lire of Mrs. Braxton. Browne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 21 February 1891

mmm 1 AivE tfJTLUH! The patrons of the Bee must pay fcr all advertisements, iu the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unle it is paid for. CENTLEMAN WILL DO X V3LL TO CALL Oh J. V. TAYLOR, :fue Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars aud tobacco. 76TNext door to the Bke Office. J. W. Tatlor. sepl-i-lyr. TL'lie IVatioiitil UNIVERSITY Cor. 11th aud K sts., n. w. Under tue auspices oi -THE CDLDRED BAPTIST DEIOHUIITIBN . Founded and located t Wash itiLrton. D. 0.. with the Rev. V. 11. Scott, as Pres., 813 Gth St., n.e., i open to stuileiits from all over the couutry. No other distinction than moral fituesa. Tuition for admis ssion is as follows. Resident students 'S1.00 ppr month aud boarding students SIS per quarter or $50 for one school year including boarding and lodg lug. All tuition iu advance, Pri mary. Normal aud Theological departments are open 31G H street, s. w., until ottier quarters are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 February 1891

ttfa C"V rVjA .. -. l WW iaa Mr uau t HW - Terras. $1.50 Per year in Atace. VOL. ix7 - - IS HARRY AND HOOFED. A HUMAN MONSTROSITY WHICH HAS BEEN JliST LORN. IT IS JUDGEMENT ON THE MOTHER MANY PEOPLE REGARD IT SO AS SHE MADE BLASPHEMOUS REMARKS ABOUT THE SAVIOR A TALL NARRATIVE. (Clipped.) Of all the hideous human malfor mations ever heard of in Minnoanta the five weeks old offspring of ui""ira oiiiau lunier, ot Mc. Leod county, is the most atrocious. Accounts of horrible vagaries of nature hav from time to time been published, but the awful hoodo of the village of Plato outdoes all hor rors. Tut Millers are a young couple. The husband is a shoe maker, doing a fairly good business and the Millers had every reason to be satisfied with the world as they fouud it, until five weeks ago when Mrs. Miller gave birth to the noudiseript creature whose pres ence has horrified the community and conferred upon the pareuts an uneviable reputation. The lehgious residents of the vil lage aud county...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 February 1891

r tittte gftatttiMaBtaMiiviiviWnftf -iTrniinrjtcaiiMjafljiiimi aaatSMSfSMB m BfcE. Publlbhed t'very Sutunluy at lltW 1 Street .North webt, Wiibhiuum, D. O. KtiterodiU tlie 1'nM Ollioe ut Washington ufc t-eixmil class mail mutter. V. CALVIN CI I ASK, Kditok. r wntfiinar The coirmii lee is detorinined not to haven street parade Apr 10 Senator Sherman in tun Treasury iie. had his hands Comtnisioiier Rauin having been vidicated, what next? Yhen will the euloied ever become a united people people v Ambitious demagogues will al- ways spimn un Preiident Harrison nominee ol his party, will be the lion. Chas. Foster, Secretary of the Treasury is no civil service man. It was the inclement weather that kept the people away from the Metropolitan chuich last Thurs day night. Ve have on our desk this week The King's Children a new Sun day School monthly published by Ri'V Euceue Evans, Frankfort, Ky. It contains choice selections lor ehildren and Sunday Scbo la. Editor John Clinton, Ji., has start...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 February 1891

uaMfiatfuABs W. THE E&HJE. AUTUOKIZED AGENTS. EAST WAaUINGTON. Fowler, 318 3r4 S. E. MtMWriBfi'ign r- -- rmiTiiTiiiiiri Estimates Tor uiUeiUMnt: rurmsneuon appll callou. ObjecUuiMblenaertibeiueuttwlUuot bo Inserted at an price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order e pret.s or registered letter. Money forwarded n anv other way. Is at the sender's risk. In Studing money the amount and what It Is for hould be distinctly btated. All letters, etc., should fc ad-dresBed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashluKlou O. 0 . PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY A' 1109 1 ST.. X. W.. WASH., D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. V Fowlers, Slt Srd street, s.e. Mrs. Polketys. M Street, between 12th I3h Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and 'reet. Northwest. Philadelphia House. 31SI'eun6y.(Mnla Are. .?ortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. 1. A. Green. 42", 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. L. Keed, 9'J Cambildce&t. Churcb. Some of the participants acquitted themselves well, among wiium wuro iviiea Li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 28 February 1891

vTAKE NOTICE The patrons of tlie Bee must nav fcr all advertisements, m the way ot notices, deaths, marriages, &c. Ko matter of a personal nature will be inserted unless it is paid for. GENTLEMAN WILL DO 72LL TO CALL OS J. W. TAYLOR, Ihe Stylish Hair Cutter. Perfect order observed, also finest brands of cigars and tobacco. .-Next door to the Bee Oflice. J. W. Tatlok. 8epl4-lyr. TL'lie Watioiial UNIVERSITY f Cor. 11th and K sts., n. w. I'nder tlie auspices or TIE CDL01ED BAPTIST BEiffliTION -cr..wi,.ii -mil located at Wash ington, D. 0., with the Rev. tt . El. Scott, as Pies., 313 Gth St., n.e, is open to students from nil over tbi country. No other distinction than moral fitness. Tuition for admi ssion is as follows. Resident students 81.00 per mouth and boarding studeuts 81b per quarter or $50 for oue school year including hoarding aud lodg ing AH tuition in advance, in marv. Nrmal and Theological deuartments are open 310 H street, . s. w.. uutn otuer quarters are pro ?ided for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 March 1891

(fAL tf04 V 4LV A' " "f w cseiaspugtii fHrW Terms. $.50 Per year in AdFance. Vol. IX. STREET PAKADE3 ABOLISHED THE COMMUTES OF ARRANGEMENTS SETTLESTHE QUESTION. THE PRES IDKNTS REOMMKNDATION UNANI MOUSLY SUSTAINED. The committee or arrangoments for the emancipation celebration apiMUited by the president of the cnnveution recently held at the Waohiugtou Cadet'' Armory met last Friday, F.-b.. 27th in the office of the Bee, Clias. H. Watson chair mau. pleading, and W. H. Jones as secretary. The full cointnittfB was present, numbering about twenty-five members. Mr. W. Cal viu Chase, president of the day for the celebration, submitted a pream ble and resolutions setting forth that "it is the custom of the citizens of the District of Columbia to cele brate the anniversary of their free, dotn with a street qarade, which has tended to be more de.rimental than beneficial to them, and as these parades are p-iid for principally by our white fellow citizens, to the disapproval of our people, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 March 1891

u Ml Publ shed overy Saturday at 1109 1 Street 'orttiwest, Washington, D. C. Kntered at th 1 -st Offleo at Washington as becoud class mall matter. V. CAL.VIX CHASE. Editor. Ho pa ade April lCih. II-n. J hu K. Lynch made a veiy ii m speech at the Michigan banquet last week. The Blade a newsy 3 page jour nnl pu'i isheil at Maxton, N C., is the 'test on nnr xcliunge list. Send )0ur m -my direct to the mniitgeri) of the home tor the ineudleiB gi Is and indigent col ored u m ii and chi dreti. In a recent i-aiiGotthc Bee we t Id -ur reail-is hat two appoint-ii- a of W extern colored men w iiid so n be made and that one South-er appointment would fol low, our pnphe-y has tieen fulfill ed. Whaler ol Kans.is, Eibert of Iti'iiuua, and now Hill of Misaiss have been provided for it you want to kuuw what is happening and what will happen read the Bee. The f'oloied National Pi ess Association will meet hi Cincinnati, on March 17th, 18th and 19th. Ifthe conv ntion would paj more attention to busin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 March 1891

THE JBSE AITHOKIZED AGENTS. D. AST WASHINGTON. V. Fowler, 318 3rd S. E. . mates fur advertlMtis furinsneu on appli in. Objectiouable ad en iueuietHS will uot iibcrtcU at any price. All remiltauces ild be made by draft, postal money order , reb or regibtered letter. Money forwarded i .uv other way. Is at the sender's risk. lu St u JIng money the amount and what it is for u mid be dlBliuctlv stated. All letters, etc., should b ad-drebsed EE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. C 1 PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. X. W WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. V. Fowlers, 31b 3rd street, s.e.. ' Mrs. Polketys, M Street, between 12th 1 lb. Northwest. l H. Belter, Druggist corner 16tb and reet, Northwest, Philadelphia House, 318 Penney, v nla Ave. jbrtDwest. NEW YORK CITY. D. A. Green, 129, 6lh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win, L. Reed. 9314 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, Mar. 7th, 1891. Locals. Mr. John B. Hyman, of the tirra of Hyman Bros., will be married within two months to a very ac complished yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 7 March 1891

aw-sssatsw.- ass ss si. ! I WMMfMJ TeViiE .NwilUli Thp paronp or tlie Kfe must pay fc all ailvctisempn, in the way ot noticp". death-', marnaj"'. ic. K.i matter of n personal natnre will be inBerted unless it i? paid for. GE1 ENTI.EMN WILL DO V3..T. T OMT. ON J. W. TAYLOR, flip Stylish Hair Ch't. I'-tc.' onlt-r observi-il, also finest branoN of (Mffnrs si 1 1 I tibu'i'. N't ili-or l ' I've nH co. .1. V. Tatlok.2 spl4-.vr. fiPFmOI tS LiiTSiOTTS-LIPWSCOITS Xscads ...I iilu r M.tg la Tale. !" Fiction A Krm Departure " 1oen., oi I nlcrc-1 Pleaini: "h..it Ptoris " Intetesung Mitcilnn- 25 Cts. " TWote f l'Ogrrj ' nearly " Choit-C Sele. ti 1 . 'JOII a Oricuiai Comritutio'- PACES IN bACII IKUB - opic o- the I Unci - T"r- Oeni A Complete Hew Hovel - Sup-riativ- Mer 1 7 leas (iicr:ti mitor 13 tich Ko. oiving n library .t 12 new and valuable uoil,woth (rorn J15 1 to 18.00 i.nnu.tlly at the nom:n..l tun. ol 3S cent', rxrmomh ibcr:pn 11. J3 to jcaity Stories by J.-on Hal.berion, Kr.mce Hod5-.i. ...

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