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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 June 1883

1 , Al f t'- f j Ja r .. . THE BEE. W."'.-' o- w( 'mmmwmmmmmmmmmmmJGm -$ -. : - f 5L- G fjlJL' ' ii vmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmtamitmmm - . . y -f 0, 0. 6TBWABT, BraNMs Manage VOL. II. Hn IHH1M CIEMIi SALE 814 Seventh St. ) mfn Northwest. faiHuft A CHANCE FOR We have concluded to close out IWh notified. we shall and LSt d0o? of n UntU Hats and Bonnets, Trimmed and Untrimmed. PLUMES, TIPS, FLOWERS. RIBBONS, LACES VRTTTFTQ catt-xto SILKS, CORSETS, SILK, LISLE AtoUglOTe! Ladies' and Children's Dresses and Jackets. WEIY. LACE EIS WUte CREPE , fl2"r fail to embrace this opportunity. KING'S PALACE, THE NEW IDEA, 926 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets. Headquarters for MILLINERY. The Largest Stock of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and the largest assort, ment of Plumes, Tips, Ribbons, Silks, Satins and Plow ers. ONL1 For this week we w:'ll sell 3,000 dozen Hats for 25 cents, all shapes and colors 100 dozen Beautiful plumes, 22 inches long, desirable colors, only 50 cents 5,000 dozen White Plumes, ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 June 1883

: t m A : t tf if J M E I" THE BEE. PDBLISBED EVERY SATURDAY AT 110'. I BFREEr, N. W , WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. 0. CHASE. Editor and Proprietor. C. C. STEWAR BuBiness Manager. - .G. W, STEWART, Assistant Business Manager. - - i . ....., . .. .. - -, j -Entered At tho Poetoffice at Washington, D. D.T-aB'sccond-claee matter: " SUBSCBITTIOK BATES 1 6 months ... 8 I - SInglo copies, - 100 50 20 5 ADVEETISIKa SATIS: One inch, one month - - $100 1-ooL eix " - - - 12 00 y coL " - - - 20 00 Jacob " " -. - - 40 00 'lunch one year - - - - 10 00 .-aoL - - ,. - 25 00 4-coL " . - . 85 00 iool. .-. 5iio "Bpticial notices, 60 cents eack. Ten lines conbtitnte an Inch. m-- - . fell oevmmcatiOBS psrt&lniBg to bngmcBe wet be addteoeed to the Business Manager fer publication and oa private business f" must fee adrlraeed to the Editor and Proprie-- -"tor. la conjHBCtiea with the Bee, the mana gers have established a News Bureau of the Colored PreBs. We are prepared to furnish bioeraphieH, special corree...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 June 1883

I I- THE BEE. QEOPME 2d. ABNALD, Associate Editor- WHEHE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. Treasury Restaurant Mrs. L. Chase, 1109, 1 street, Northwest. H. B. Folkinborn, next to city Postoffice. Mr. Polkety's, M street, between 12 and jgj Northwest. j H. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M -trcctNorthwost. Henry Foland'6 corner 4 and Pennsyl vania avenue, Southwest. Book store, 1205 Pennsylvania avenue N W. jjrtrch Office of Tnx Bee. T)r H- S. Lnv!s, 731 4 street, S. W. Wm" I. Freeman, corner 15th and M trC6t N. " ' Philadelphia House, 348 Pa. avenue N. W. LOCALS. The school fight is going on, and still Uie villian pursued him. A full report of the exercises of the j,aiv Seminary will appear next week. The exercises of the Law's Semi narv Inst evening, were very interest ing! and Dr. Laws deserves great credit for llic good condition of his institu tion. He has the confidence of the citizens of South Washington, hence, nothing can prevent his succeeding in has- uork. Hon.B. K. Bruce's address to...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 June 1883

i gJJTTiEt i i- -- - I Lt ?" 31 In f '"I .i I I 1 1;. I f ia 1 f ,1 I A PERILOUS TOT ASE. AiSallor Crossed the Pacific Alone in a Small Two Ton Boat. , The London Daily Keios condenses ! imboo, wbHi h weighted and sus frora antipodean sources the following pded from a pole that has to le ;i! interesting account of the voyngmade ' ternate)y raised and lowered eitier by a foolhardy mariner t'ryn San Fran- fr0111 a banj- or a j0lxtt aQd brings up Cisco to a puint nwir Australia: ti,ue au the fish that m.iy have Details are just to hand of the extra- e .n pawner over it. The casting-net ordinary voyage across the Pacific by j is verv familiar, bat China is its pe an Ame ican named Gilfoy. The voy-1 cuiiar home: and is there used in .age was undertaken as oneof pleasure, j - 'tout the adventures he pas?el through i w sre not at all or an areeaoie nature, capturing fish is that pursued by wliat Gilfoy an 1 his little craft were fallen arg known at Swatow as "slpper in with on January 29 b...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 June 1883

-""' Tfctmajin-, er-i ki-iiiu-w. r -? &-. , V -ff - "1 wm'"jisWfi!!f "-i""- A ,b"m,ij'-..i --wSSiWMrfSMr"--,..-,. ". '4, A AU THE j If . 0. 0. STEWABT, Busnow Manages akd Puujhekr. z Home Rule, !nfry, JMtiee, Equality and Rtcognitlon according to Merit. W. 0. CHASE, Eduoe ahd Pbopbietoe. " ' 7 VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. Crt SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. NO. 4. WM' - w iv . BEE IB! BABLY SI MI-AIM 814 Seventh St. ) fffVfl'q P A I A PI? 5 814 Seventh St. Northwest. iMHIlO lllljflulil Northwest Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices. Trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats, sold formerly from $5 to $12, are now on) v $2.50 to $6. A choice lot of Fine colored Leghorn Hats, worth $1.25, at 25 and 50 cents. BIhcI: fine French Chip Hats at 25 cents worth 1.25. ffipgant Tips, all colors, 37, 50, 75 cents, and $1 a bunch. DRIVE ill It 'sp c fa e Is 5 AT 75c5 $i.50 AMD $2, very s:isrjDso3ycE AT $2-50, $3 AND $3.50. Sa& Kibbons from 5 to 9 inches wide, from 10 to 75 cents per yard Fhvcors at 40 per cent...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 June 1883

" SW' "-W!T- -. 3X- " , lin BSjwEjeRry' i ;a 111 t hi 111 if ii H TI 1 1 ll " I il I J 1 ri' THE BEE. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATUIIDAY AT 1105 I STREET, N. W.f WASHINGTON, D. C. Y. 0. OHASE. Editor and Proprietor. 0. 0. STEWART, BuBineea Manager. G. W. STEWART, Assistant Business Manager. Entered at tbo Poetoffice at Washington, D. D., a second-class matter. : botsobiptiok bates; iCimoutha - - - 1 - Single copies, - 100 "50 - 20 ADYZKTI&IKa SAXES : 'One inch, one month $100 12 00 20 00 40 00 . if col. IC 1 int'h one year g.coL i 85 00 JIC0- 75 00 'Special notices, 50'conts each. 'Ton lines constitute an inch. ( ah cemmumcauoM pmainiBg to Dunnew ntui be addressed to the Ifrwixiese Kanagor iCatter for publication and on private business muBt be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. Wo are prepared to furnish biographies, Bpecial correspondence and nowB items at a reasonable price. The obje...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 June 1883

THE BEE. WIIEKE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. nvoa-urv Restaurant. m h. Chase. 1109, I stroet, Xorihwest iV R rolkinborn, next to city Postoffice. Vr- VolUi't " M street, botwcon 12 and NuiiliwoPt "t n,Mw. Drosgfct, corner lGth nnd M ti -i ireet, VirtlnuMt. ,, 1'olaiidV corner and Fonnsyl- xmi ...inr -n ,,.,.1,..,,,;., .,,.,,.,.. XT Bauli V stnfP, 12. 'J Auminjiiuum uiuuuun BrnnonOflireoi uiicijuii. Up I! S. jiw.s 731 1 a street, S. W. (m ' I" Froeinnu, comer 15th and M . strict PhilSelphia House, JUS Pa. avonucN. W. X.U LOCALS. The St. Luke's picnic was a success. Look pleasant is the latest. See ad vertisement. Gn toJusth's for your cheap second hand clothing. There was an entertainment at Lin coln Miin last Tuesday evening. Quito a number went to Norfolk la,t Nit unlay evening. When it's hot, stop at J. H. Bellen's the druggist, corner 16th and M Street, and f.ri't a glass of his fine soda water. Mr. K- ? V- Benjamin has been ap jtomti'd principal of the Valley Nor jral Ii-tilute, of Staun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 June 1883

11 fet J " Vkr . LOADING UP. - jMlLlveTy Crew on a MiKsigsinpi River Stenm-boat-A Ulate Who Didn't Even Swear. ' The Dean Adams wiH leave for up river ports at 5 cf clock r. ai." Sh9 isljingat tlva levee at Memphis, jmd I go aboard an hour ahead o time to s?e her finish 1 adiner. Since pearly day she has heen receiving and stowing away freight of every descrip- tion, aad yet on the bank abreast of lather is pile after pile which must go taboard. A Mississippi river steamer is fa great cavern into which a hundred shippers may cast their bales and boxes and leave room for a hundred more. The Adams is taking on machinery, tools, feed, dry goods, groceries, furni ture, hardware, crockery, clothing no tions, mules, horses, wagon-, oil, meat, flour and what not. Up to this hour "tlie fourteen colored d ck hands have worked steadily, but after their own fashion. Now look out ! The mate . suddenly appeared on the scene. Would yon believe it? I expected tu see two or three "hands" knocked 6$...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 June 1883

jKI "'? fj111'.1! "S1- iSJ THE J n STEWART, Bronraw iliNAOm ikd Publishes. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. 1 VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1883. NO. 5. BEE. f jr u - a- r 11 y 11 Iffit 81NorSest. ' 1 KIM S PALACE ) Northwest. Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices. j l-jji-1 Pattern Bonnets and Hats, sold formerly from 5 to $12, arc now ,.,.. l-.t of Fine colored Leghorn Hats, worth 1.25, at 25 and 50 cents. 1,1.,,-K liir French Chip Hats at 25 cents worth $1.25. f "ejrant Tip-, all colors, 37, 50, 75 cents, and $1 a bunch. IR AT 75c, $1.50 AND $2. vert 3:.2stjdsoin:e AT $2-50, $3 AND $3.50. V, ;.' buns from 5 to 9 inches wide, from 10 to 75 cents per vard. ..-it 40 per cent, less than Importers Prices. .-' . Miks, Satins and Laces at a discount of 33 per cent. J. - asul (Children's Dresses at 30 per cent, less than cost. v. M;m,. Ltelcand Silk Gloves, lower than elsewhere. :.. . , I English Crape and Black Dress Silk at astoni...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 June 1883

r THE BEE. (PUBLISHED E?EIti' SATURDAY AT 110'. iIISIREEr, 2J. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. W. 0. OHASE, Editor and Propriolor. G. C. SIEWAltr, BuBineBs Mauagor. is Entered at tbo roe to filet? ut Washington, D. D., ao eocoud-claaa matter. BUBSCIUITIOK KATES : t6 months IS " 1 " -IKingle copies, 100 '60 on t j ADVEKTI8IKO BATES: One inch, ono mouth -coL " - ll.0l. " " ilnnch'ono'vcar 1 0!' 12 Of 20 00 40 00 10 00 25 08 35 00 75 00 JK'COI. Icdl. c Gpocihl notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an iaclu kAii oommnnicattoBs pertaining to business iUHt bo addressed to the Business Manager atter for publication and on private business must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers havo established a NewB Bureau of the Colored Press. Wo are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news items at a reasonable prico. The object of the bnreau is to furnish colored journals with apooial Washington letters when they have no special ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 June 1883

ftLuaj-iiu.Jum'i THE BEE. f nE M ARNALD, Astociat Editor. bt WHERE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. T'on-'Wry Restaurant. jr l Chase, 1109, 1 street, Northwest n. folkiuborn, next to city Post-office. Mr- Polkcty's, M street, between 12 and ,;,' Nort hw est. ,T II Heller. Druggist, corner IGth ind M ft ret I MHl!: v 1IIM'H(. .1 l H,um Poland's corner 4 and Tennsyl- iwk -t""e. 12Ti Pennsylvania avenue N w Hriiifh ( iCC f The Bee. Dt r S. Ijiws, 731 4 street, S. W. Win I,. Freeman, corner 15th and M !TWtYN- 1'lnlndVlplua House, 615 .fa. avenue N. W. LOCAL. Ir. R. Lewis James is our Balti-i-ioro i-orrespondent. L-.; out for the collector Monday. i, ., -rod have your money ready! Tiw B of Fire Commissioners M, Im(u abolished. Th" Masonic fraternity gave ajiicnic at Kirk's Turk on Monday. JM-. llwlsyn is the best person to eon .,' ii you have the chills and fever or i,- v.w' iria. l! ..u want to exchange your old o.. - lor new ones, go to "Butler's mr. -'ore, corner of Fifth and K ( ujMral Jtfm II. C...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 June 1883

- 3'Tr j, 'fflF a-T "-j 'rWc -"W -? f - fl U IN THE DRUGS. Deception In a Place Where Itlnipcrils Hu lii an Lift. A genial druggist on the Hill one afternoon last -week, in intervals lie tween pill-making, kindly enlightened the Union reporter on the piastices of pharmacists and physicians. " People wonder .sometimes," he said, " why they have to pay so much for prescriptions. The answer is a very simple one : ' divies ' with the doctor. Tou pay, for instance, eighty cents for a medicine, the druggist gets sixty cents, the doctor twenty. Each of them keeps an account of the business done, and they settle up onco a month. "Why, there's a physician near by here who owns one drug store and has an interest in another. Of cour-e such doctors prescribe as mu' h and as often as they can, very often telling the pa tient to go round to such a druggist the man with whom they are in interest; or may be the apothecary's name will appear on the prescription paper, and he will go there naturally....

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 July 1883

t T6WjrTH i"M -tW - -u- i .- fc O, 0. STBWABT, Busnows Manages and Pubkbheb.' Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. W. 0. CHASE, Editob ajto Ebopmetos. VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883. NO. 6. I THE Ill SEMI- AIM IB ME! 'ffiSt5'- iBHG'S PALACE 1 '" J.5SS&."- Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices. jnnniH'iI IV lorn Bonnets an I Hats, sold former v from $5 to $12. an now )inh :"' "' A iIkm'- !'' r Kin colored Leghorn Hats, worth $1.25, at 25 and 50 cents. Mrfi-k fiin- rrcnch Chip Hat. it 25 cents worth $1.25. Eipjtfiit Tip. 'ill color, 37, 50, 75 cents, and $1 a bunch. LATEST NEWS. OKIG-INAL LONDON MISFIT STOBEL 912 F STREET, m SOOO AT 75c, SI.50 AND VERY 3a:Ll5TIDS03yCE AT $2-50, $3 AND $3.50. h Hihhons from ft to 9 inrbos w itle, from 10 to 75 cents per vard. inuorsnt 40 per cent, less than Importer's Prices I -h Hn Silks, Satins and Laces at a discount of 33 per cent UII.-S and ( hildren's Dresses at 30 per cent, less than cos...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 July 1883

K 4 ;a n f4 .;I j hl a ' THE BEE. PUBLI8HED EVERY SATURDAY AT 110', STREET, N. W , WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. 0. OHASE, Editor and Proprietor. 0. 0. SIEWABT, Business Manager. 'Entered at tbo Poatoffice, at Wafihington, D. !)., ae eecond-claes maite'r. bubscbiftios bates: (6imontuB iS " a " - binglo copieu, 100 20 ADVEimSXNO RATES : One inch, one month !S-ciii. Pix ex 12 0" 20 00 40 0(1 10 00 25 0!' 85 00 75 00 ic llcol. fi Hunch one year (I )l col. Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. . AH communications pertaining to dubuipds mnet be iddrfiftflod to tne RnRinfiRR Marmrpr Matter for publication and on private business i BaURt bn RddrftRBed to flio Kdifnr nnd Pronrin- I tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana- gera have established a News Bureau of tbe -. . .-.-.' .i Colored Proes. "We are prepared to furnish biographies, epecial correspondence and news items at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with Bpecial Washington ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 July 1883

THE BEE. riff V AlxALD, Attoeiatc Edtio. ,f tv-HPRF THE BEE CAN BE GOT. lTtflcrn IWanrnnt. I chnco. 1HW. Iptreet, Northwest. H "n fnlkniliorn, i" lo city Postoffice Pn's M street, between 12 rtnd q flplli.O"S3Pi!lt-cnrner Ifith and M II W i T-ornr - rtnu J'ennsyl- -") fiW r.n!il)uvO'l. r , e. irPt Yji& IVniifiylvnnift avenue K VyrCh Mlfflonf Till. BbK. p i. IjiW 731 Vr, Uret, R. AT. l'r ' . r..,.,.mii rtrnn- "Ifiih owrl f J ll'IMimiM vu.w t,ii nuv4 ill 'Ct , W ,dplj' H""-,!MR r,u avenue N. V Ih LOCALS. f ,nrth was gloriously spent, rnmrnisioners Lydecker and rVf 11.,n . .lflt'inrt- inntri.(t T , oh carried down a large ex ,r., n ?,. Hh-hniond on the 3d. ita iDodson will spend the Pr a' Pittsburgh, Pa., with rela- ff ji-, i nic of the Capital City Guard r tv fl Monday, anrl all present , ' i.i rnjny thomsplves. t, i Hnt.-ant entertainment was at thi Menvonly Rest Church .rl. The affair was a decided -p r,r laimffof the corner stone of . tnnil Institute, took place on ' i tv T-'ur...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 July 1883

ff Tp-i f -' -mm . 1 f ' aa ajumgusuai. rf nmmnmjilMl ILL LIWII. tf f ! 1 B TOR THE FAIR SEX, Ducking n. Scold Andrews, in his " Punishments of the Olden Time," says, with regard to the ducking stool: "The latest recorded example of its use in England oc curred in Leominster. Jn 1809, a woman, Jenny Pipes, alias Jane Cur ran, was paraded through the town on the ducking stool and actually ducked in the water near Kenwater bridge by order of the magistrates. In 1817 a woman namel Sarah Leeke wras wheeled round the town in the chair, but not ducked, as the water was ten low." The following quotation is from " The Book of Days," vol. i., pp. 20S, 209: " One of the last instances on record in which the ducking stool is mentioned as an instrument of justice is in the Lodon Evening Pont of April 27, 1745. 'Last week,' says the jour nal, 'a woman that keeps the Queen's Head alehouse at Kingston, in Surrey, was ordered by the court to be ducked for scolding, and was accordingy placed in the ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 July 1883

w-jgew- "v ..- 7 tJ THE V I -iamte &.Jfs STEWART, Botikms Hanaoxr akd PubiiIbheb. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. w- gaaasraia. STOB. jcsi. VOL-H. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1883. NO. 7. "'"WUFFM yS &? . i BEE ! ir ' I UP SB MHIML CUE "iSBSSt.81-! KIMS PALACE 1 "4 JSSSZi.- Wonderful Bargains. Read Our Prices. Trtnm .j r riern uonnets ana nuts, .l''1'"-' . . . .-.-, .. i-t 1 , fT;.-.k.l ..JlT.fc aMM .hire it .r 01 1 jut uuiurHu ijHiruuiii r'i I 'ine J r-ndi Chip Hats at 25 cents rfcpanf Tips H colors, 37, 50, 75 cents, . r-.. - . . 3L i EAT DRIVE 9,000 PIjUBIES AT 75c, $6.50 AND $2. vkr-s- !3:L.2sriDsonyEE AT $2.50, $3 AND $3.50. stfiMibons from 5 to 9 inches wide, from 10 to 75 cents per yard w.i 40 per cent, less than Importer's Prices. IWipK silks, Satins and Laces at a discount of 33 per cent Lvh and Children's Dresses at 30 per cent, less than cost. & Mitt-. Lisle and Silk Gloves, lower than elsewhere. Bli-k aivl ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 July 1883

T J & i n B i r- m i ' I k -ft : : i i; i lip 1- 1 i u a; I II ft! x I ft T i I Mi fit U: I THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 110', I STREEr, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. 0. 0. STEWART, Business Manager. Entered &t the Postoffice at Wariilngton, D. D., ae eecond-claes matter. SUBSCBIFIION BATES: 6 months 3 " 1 . " -giggle oaples, 100 20 ADVEBTISIXa BATES : Oneinohone month $100 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 ,25 00 ;8.VO0 ,75 00 x- M-tm. en it 'V rSl Set col. i IC II col. .ninchvonotvear Uk ic iV 6L " "Bprclsl notices, 50 cents ench. Ten lines c-onetUule an inch. All conunnnicatiom pertaining to basin? ea amst be addressed to the Business Manager Hatter for publication and on private bnsinees mnst be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers hare established & News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to fnrnieh biographies, Bpecial correspondence and news items at & reasonable price. The o...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 July 1883

n WJf1KgRJtt ""E THE BEE. ii.JJdE V AUXALD. Aocialc KdHo. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. Treasury Restaurant. Mr. l flmse. 1100, 1 street, Northwest, w K Folkiul'oni, next to citj Fostoffice Mr iV-'v1-.. M street, between 12 and jj Nnrtl'W -' "T j iv!l"i. Druggist, corner 16ih and M t,rf. Northwest. Hrnit r-''-ind'- corner 4J and Pcnnsyl ian,n men". Southwest. i;mk i rp. l: Pennsylvania avenue N p, nrt' ,rrr- nf Tt'e Bef- pf II s l in ! tK street. S. W. tt, i 1 toeni.in. corner 15th and M 1 j7,,n,W'li '"" Uouse,8i8Pa. avenue N. W LOCALS. Iurra ice orean parlors, 1118 K orv : " ive a cal1- (, i, tl" Xew Idca Store for hats, nnrt and everything in the milli n..n km 'er-on who desire the Bee contin 1 nw-t pay in their subscription I MMirday. Thp signers to the call for the reeon tPninp 't the convention will appear .., ih liily papers next -week. ... t" Mrs. Chase's ice cream saloon. 1f(f. luM cream in the city, 1109 I Mrpct. X. W. Hit many friends of our highly re j.ftiil own man, Daniel M...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 July 1883

I" A i 'i 1 fi Hk a h f w m i fi PC MT i Mfc'J n me k LI M U 1 THE LOYE OF HER LIFE, 'Why a Cdcbrntcil Artri"-s Is Unnmrriod Ilcr Sweetucalt Frovi. Fnlwr to Her fn 3Ioney Matter nml Iics Unlnrfrltrn. It has becm a fact patent to most of the friends of little Miss Lotta during the la t two or three years that her spirits rave been steadily declining. She has played with her usual vivacity upon the stage, but she lias been sor rowful, almo.it morose oft it for a very long time. "When a comparatively young, a certainly pretty, and beyond all doubt ric'i woman t3kes to pining, to losing her interest in her u-ual pur suits, to look ng peaky and miserable and to talking hopefully of death and its kind oblivion, the masculine mind usually ascibes the change to the inysteriuus opeiations of love. A reporter of the World and a well- known the itrical manager met the other afternoon. Said the reporter: "Lotta, I know, is in poor physical health, but sb.3 suffers as well from a mental malaise....

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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