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Number 22 - January 12, 1889
Page 01
Title:
Editor L.J. Coppin
Title:
Sensational Story
Title:
Jackson, the Victor
Title:
Fair Play for Astwood
Title:
Cabinet Position
Page 02
Title:
Cleveland Leader Uses Upper "N" in Negro
Title:
Endorsement of New York Mail and Express' Editorial
Title:
Frederick Douglass' Address on Southern Black Labor
Title:
New York World About Possible Colored Cabinet Appointees
Title:
General Harrison Being Asked to Refrain from Appointing Blacks
Title:
White-Caps Warn Us
Title:
N.Y. Sun and "Scott"
Title:
Mixed Schools
Title:
He Warns the Methodists
Title:
Pension Question
Title:
Notes of the Day
Title:
Prettiest Model
Page 03
Title:
Seales and Epps
Page 04
Title:
Harrison's Significant Utterances

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