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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 August 1883

;:IPK!1 BSttflia tfT imsmwsriz v- t ' ' v ... THE 'Xc-'Ste ,Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according jo Merit. BEE JfesiKJSh2PRSSCi&5?Pa SPWM VOL- IT. SATI03TAL BEKEFIT AKD INCORPORATED UNDER DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, flfcisociation is mutualnd provides weekly benefits in sickness to both nafcaid females from five to fifteen dollars Per week, certificates written up from five hundred dollars to five thousand, application fee, four dollars ner $ 1,000. pvingo per week benefits. All certificates in thisAssociation after five rears previous become incontestable after death; from any cause whatever This is the only benefit association in the States doing this special business tb pivmg the beneficiaries full assurance of a benefit when the provider is dcail and gone no meetings to attend of any kind. Richard T. Greener Esq FreMdent ; Robert E. Boston, Yice President ; Joseph Brooks, Esq Treasurer lifted Barlow, Secretary. ' x ' xiedurer . BOAIRD OF obertE. Boston,...

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. — 25 August 1883

Imp? &&. "" " M Vi w r ; tr'l - ? ' t: & fe f& til I; .4 K Vl K. zh & i H. U fr Siff .i r tH'i I?" t (iii fei?"? W" Smw, THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HO'i I STREEr, U. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. THE BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered at tbo PoBtoffice at Washington, D. v., as second-class matter. Re? SSST" . - BTOJHCBITTIOK BATES I m&i 6 months - - - - 1 00 fcfcf 8 " 50 & l"- - - - --20 WgL i Single copies, 5 gffl ADVEBHSIKa bates : fig- One inch, one month - - $1 00 K tAeul. six " - - - 12 00 Sm& M-coL ' - - - 20 00 K' Icol. " " - - - 40 00 l inch one year - - - 10 00 M -ol. " - - - 25 00 X? V-ccL " 35 00 Icol. " - - 75 00 - . Special notices, 50 cents each. L- . Ten lines constitute an inch. i au commumcatioBB pertaining to bumnera sanet be addressed to the Business Manager 3f attcr for publication and on private business must bo addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. Ju ranjunction with the Bee, the mana gers havu established a News Bureau of the...

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. — 25 August 1883

.V'" Fl r THE KEEL x w&jssannk ciyeks. yftgF.-im SCIHMTg. THE CP3 TSSJeSE! SiiSHAji, Jj." i A yfr er-ny a;.. 5; st:? ISS MX Ci EC WT. iS, f T "Sl CBCsefeC. rS. &LT& T S232&. Clfizens1 Excursion v-.jii are hisses Aofe. Wac, s .. ii r- j. "v j- . . . . iiartsgas Cavarssi? CJizfes Li&fer Warssr a.s; In tfe vestiLe a? r Ae s It satet. SiaaaauM. St , 5ftKiK3i3saBBisk: asfesisaiSBi? J -- I - . k- TS-agsae ftnasac Vfe 3se 3C i e Baesaeas ihss JjBc'sfieE. iesiTOsss -.rma. zs a -SSSe-tT -- f IaSl 5cr-5,- y.ruA-5--. ci-aZ. TTT SEafc" S33SL 3&OH6 TTtsrT sacsr ' JX 2p ... ? .. -i..i..... - .svwM.wf.na. -.--- 5- "taa'isstaiia8ESiBas's4iao8ssr& -assets .sssssec, tv$r ffcSSI- --j - :sMaa?aS5. h EHS:STCC2iSr iX-i- jjpsgaMei i wraeaBa. -5 COtSSLZ. iH csascess I Ta .e'er a re51 c ffertrcGr- jsrrs I ?f Ta :"3Hf.Slt I tite f ' " - " - . t ?e T -r?; SS-ZSS !H3E rj- TO w local. !SSSi Waa; aaaaS. J- etfgi ..: itdbiK Ik- tk. ttM. rwBWBaHpa as. iisasec. Sans. - '-- "le OTSK pBBHE...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 August 1883

K.' E Ni P&Mfe ITw E?W 11,'H B J '?' K. PU -- t1 IN L3 ;&j- lil fc.a 'feiBX, GARDES ASD HOUSEHOLD. "" now to Control a Flock. Take a ewe lamb to the house and -make a pet of it. Use nothing but kindness, and give it a name, teaching it to come at the call. henever the lamb obeys give it something as a re- ; is desired. There is nothing that as "ward, such as a grain of corn, piece of sists in quick curing more than a good bread or anything that is acceptable, ' teJder; farmers who have much grass but never give it a blow. "When the j to harvest will -do well to provide lamb is grown place it in the flock, and , themselves with so valuable an imple you will need only to call that one ment. sheep, when all the others will follow. ' The true art of hay-making cons'sts As sheep follow their leader, the train- in curing grass just up to the point at ing of one is the training of all, and it lis a saving of time and labor to do so. Food for Pastures. An English paper, in commentin...

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. — 8 September 1883

:-.i$&:-Zt? I 1 -&.. ,'",J. - '$3 iutcC- THE BEE ' 'Av, , ia. .? $J-y3k ,- --'& :J$r-' .a "ti itsJSTew OjP..flcfcJSi Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. - 1 ia. 31 VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1883. NO. 14. TRF, f S " "v2r ? ct-P-- . NOWFOR INSPECTION ! A ('oinplete Stock of Fall and 'Win tor Clothing at th. Ori, inal LOKDON MISFIT STOBE M F STREET, OPPOSITE MASOKIC TEMPLE. Ksv?r.nltolfeefl fan (immense variety of Men's, Boys' and Children's Uloiiiins, we theits fore quote the following Low Prices : AHffifclitte'df 'the 'Latest design, cut and make by the best Artists;1 $5 up. youths' .'Suits, 1.00 $6.00 and 8.00. rar'K (romomfhw- we have a large stock of Boys' and Children's School Suits, ?2.00, $S.t)0 and 4.00 a Suit Men's iloavy Working J 'nuts $1.00. Dress Pants $1.50, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00 liter ants are about half their value. Children's Knee-Pants from Sixty Cents up. ORJG-mAX, LONDON MISFIT STCXRJE, IT2 Of...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 September 1883

' I 'ipfW.01" . . J ,, s ! ii THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 110' I STREET, N. WM WASHINGTON, D. 0. THE BEE PUBLISHING CONY. Entered at tlio Poatoffico at WaHhlSfrtoii, D. ju., as BOcond-ciaBB mattor.r BtiBsciinoxfnATiaT 6 mouths 100 50 20 5 1 M - 'Single cojrieR, ABVEimSING RATES : (On inch, ono month !C(il. six " - $100 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 25 0'J 85 00 75 00 i yt col. !l cul. c tt il jnch one roar M-col. col I O.Jtl. Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. f au commmncauoaa pertaining to dubuipm tefuat be addieeeed to the BusineBB Manager Matter for publication and on priT&te buainesB must 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, special correspondence and newa noma at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to famish colored journals with Brocial Washington letters -when ihey have no special correspo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 September 1883

--.-jW --yr-" r ' r -uw "m ,, j ' THE BEE. "the bee publihing company. ttttppf. THE BEE CAN BE GOT. Treasnrv Restaurant. Mr. L. Chase, 3109, 1 street, Northwest. H B. Polkinborn, next to city Postoffico Mrs- Polkety's, M streot, between 12 and orthwesL J.H. Boiler, Druggi6t, corner lGth and M street Northwest. Henry Poland's corner 4K and Pennsyl vania a'venne, Southwest. Book store, 1205 Pennsylvania avenue N Branch Offi of The Bee. ' Dr R. S. Laws, 731 4 street, S. W. Wm. ! Freeman, corner 16th and M Philadelphia House,348 Pa. avenue. N. W SPECIAL NOTICE To Till: TATRONS OF THE BEE : You an-hereby notified that Rev. R. c L8W , is in charge of the South Washington branch office of the Bee, anrt any contract made "with him in that section of the city, will be recog nized to' the editor and proprietor. You m furtlKi notified that all contracts iwnfi-'ii t'11' Northwest must be made at Uhm'IIkt of the Bee, 1107 I Street, X. '.. fr tin present. Xo contracts will '" recognized hereafter...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 September 1883

H :;i " ni i; i 'a.,1 44 fl t'i A 1 - f&' fi.'K t ? ,'-! li It- U 4 t V f THE FARS AXD HOUSEHOLD. Celery. A novel plan for setting celerj and cabbage plants which has several desirable points to recommend it is to iplace thorn between the rows of your spotatoes or sweet corn after the last hoeing. The growing corn or potatoes will afford a partial shade, -which is very desirable at the time of setting the young plants and until they get fully established, and yet ripen and can be removed in time for them to occupy the ground ;is a second crop. Two crops on one piece of ground, with one dollar's worth of labor and manure will afford more profit than one crop on which 5 are expended. Choosing a Horse. iClie 1'urf, Field, and Farm, a most (reliable authority on the subject, says 'that in buying a horse, first look at Ihis head and eyes for signs of in telligence, temper, courage, and ihonesty. Unless a horse has brains you cannot "teach him to do anything well. If bad qualities pre...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 November 1883

THE BTTTT ' o. && 44 &a Terms $2.00 per year. Home Rule, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. 5 cents per copy. ;)L. II. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1883. NO. 15. - r . t. f k a m JOHN R ELLIS & CO. ESTABLISHED Xt55 937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street pi A.isros and onaosrs for Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Tentna ITuniDg, Impairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, NVioiius, vPiutes Guitars, and everything in the musio line for CASH Oifc ON IIVSTALMEO?. t JOHN ir. EILIS & ao. v 937 PENNSYLVANIA AVfliNUE. Sii , i"" lyflnJUHHlljGj' Y3 SI MPLS j! in IS '. MM 'l I Gujfl$ mffnMJ TSJ-a X h fi Jiiiii in iiy mM i i i in q i i i 1 1 i"i ?, i-'fe I I IIJ'T'-" "rf .?j1VVrillV.''l" """""i3 i ii imm iiypmm im I w i " ' i i Ihi ii i "n ' RlMrfIlJffefs& ffTTIN EVERITRftRTiPf.. . I imssmimm:' MEWH0ME SEffiHGMACHlME GO' CHICAGOJLL. : im ViP?F,.5? 1 ' I-AMD f&fel " d ! ' momentous matters, j Germany is experiencing the nov...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 November 1883

,. , ,npr rTm WE? & It' 'Mm m It I XHB iDJBIIL. .PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 1 ST., N. W , WASH., D. C. If, CAi-visr CIIASE, Managing Editor. ARTHUR ST. A. SMITH, Associate Editor (Entered at the Postofflce at Washington, a). C. as second-class matter. SUHSORIFriON KATES: SI year -ij months - 3 a " (Single copies - S2 00 100 50 20 ADVERTISING RATES: Onctiuch, one month ' col. --- coL " " - - )1 col. " " - llinch, one year ... col. --- jcol. " - - - t- acol. .-.- SI 00 500 750 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 (Special noticeB, 50 cents each, constitute an inch. Ten lines All communications must be addressed to ithe Editor and Proprietor. In conjunction with the Bee, the managers have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are .prepared to furnibh biographies, special cor respondence and news items at a reasonable iprlcc. Tho object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with special Washington letr ters when they have no special correspon dents. We have some ...

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. — 10 November 1883

--r ,. i . 'j TIxe ZBee. TlK HBB PU BLMI 1NG COMPANY. WHERE THE IiKE CAN HE HAD. Mrs poVUety's, M. Street, between 12th and 13 OltllW08t. ', h. Heller, DrugglKt, corner IGth and M fct'iift. Northwest- Henty Poland's, corner iy, and Pennsyl vania Avonue, SOUtllWCKt. Win. L. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street, rhtlHdelpHia House, 31S Pennsylvania Ave., Sortliwost. Lnth Washington Branch Ofllce: Dr. K.S. Manager, 731 -J Street. lb DEDICATED TO THE BEE BY MISS A. V. McCAIiE. Thrice welcome Indeed art thou gentle Pee Id our midst thy honey to make; our homes and our hearts are opened to thee For in thee much pleasure we take. At-'Hiu in the war ol life you have come. To battle with an uiai is wrong; To uphold the right as you once have done. That exists in the moving throng. Content not thyself with what thou hasdone improveewh moment of thy life, The past is gn a new worl: is begun Knter amid the nous and strife. Search well tli- heart of each tiny ilower, lMV j, in M.ie honey good and ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 November 1883

zw -r V "17TKrr T -K " -r - 1 Sketching With a Hot Poker. 'In 1845," said a Fifth avenue, New York, art dealer to a Tribune reporter, "there lived in the city of Boston a worthless vagabond named Halden, a man who had seen better days. He was an artist had wonderful talent, and during his periodical sprees would devote himself assiduously to his pecu liar work, though he was never known to do anything while sober. A wealthy banker, who had known him in his younger years and knew of his genius, would indulge him in the prosecution of his work and aided him in many other ways. He was also acquainted withHalden's peculiarities and knew the fit of application never came over him when sober. Indeed, on several occasions he had gone so far as to treat him to a drink in order to get him to work. Halden's portraits were th best specimens of his art, and they were marvels of correctness. They wee generally burned on a thin board of bird's-eye maple, with a red-hot poker of the ordinary shape...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 November 1883

w JfJ M s ,. . & a "- KFF So) OW-ii y y w " " IS V 7. rf VW" ,a 'A7s T1 ff';:r. i'."i J 3 hfAA J- ' ', ?. v..-;X-.l '&$& ;' -. . V fr vii JfU . I !f.tni3 $2J00ipier year. Home Rule, Justice. Equality and-Recognition according io Merit. 5 cents per copy,, riD'L- II. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1883. no. m. 1 m. rj 7- I i. n&a y) 'Mf .. -MR-, - j"-w t : cm1 . . -fm i r- Vf-JCiL 'J - z -at --. --. .- .... .- ' .- , - . . - - - , I - .,. , , ..... , , .....- , i fc . : , JOHN F. ELLIS & 00. ESlABLISHED 1SSSJ, 937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street piajstos A.isrD orglajsts For Sale at Reasonable Prices, on Easy Terms Swung, Bopaiiing und Moving promptly attended to. Cornets. Violins. Fmtes Guitars, and everything in the musio line for CA.SB Oit OIST INSTALMENTS. OHN 937 LONDON MISFIT STORE, m F STREET, OPPOSITE MASOHIC TEMPLE. MAS TH3S DAY j-j- 1 eluding Men's, 13oTs's, Youths' mid Children's, direct from Headquarters, - w York rity. These goods mus...

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. — 17 November 1883

7FTT T WPIPI T"".! ""HBCWTS ' Ll'PlJi,jP!," " " - HP' !? ""X-"-- ,. v THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 1 ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the PoBtofflce at Washington, D. C, as second-claBS matter. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 1 year 2 00 6 mouths - - - . - 1 00 3 -....-50 a " 20 (Single copies ----- 5 ADVERTISING RATES: One inch, one month - - - SI 00 i col. " " - - - 5 00 14 coL " - . . - 7 50 1 col. " " - - - - 15 00 lilnch, one year - - 10 00 Y. col. " 55 00 'Jcol, ' - - - - 75 00 1 col. " - - - - 150 00 iSpecial notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an injjh. AH communications must be addressed to the Editor and Proprietor. In conjunction with the Bee, the managers have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special cor respondence and news items at a reasonable price. Tha object of the bureau is to furnish colored Journals with special Washington let ters when they have no special correspon dents. We have some of the b...

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. — 17 November 1883

-is.-,. Mr" BPf"7 IT-T"1 "," "-i f,I Tlie See- UKK H'BLISIIISU COMPANY. mi. ill-UK THE BKE CAN BE ITAD. M U.lKfty S, .. nwt'i, "Knt;ciijaiiumi ,,M,Vi St. .) l i;(il'T, DrUggiBii comer nun aim ji v-l- ,, ,'n r..!anrs, rornor -1 and Pennsyl- , ,, ., xviiiii'.SimthwuKt. 1 l'i ti'iimn, corner 15th and M. Street, l, in House, JUS 'Pennsylvania Ave., ,,''.tl,:" ... ..I Hvhi!it" IJmiich Ofllee: 13 r. U.S. Vr Wa-"'"u,n' JAM US L. TUltNER. i..ril. WftHI8t". m PEOPLE'S BOOK c. KK. 1"- " tmt, N". W. v , x.i'.lm. Yii.. BltAN(II OFFICE. II. B. Ij,.','i."i.ii. Manner, No. 1S2, South Columbus fctj.'-J N,i.M-rihi lor the Bbe. only 20 cents j.i nii:tli. nwr nuTtilHWts should bear in mind that tlx'iv isn colored population ofsev ,u ihoiwmd colored piM.ple in the Dis Mi.t ot Columbia, nntl iftlicy want their trad-, adverrW' in tbr Hbe. Tin reception of the Gay Heart Social Cluh. No. 1. wliirli took place at Congress Hall last Tliiiiwtoy evening was a gram! viicrcfc-. 'J'!"' toilets of the ladies were ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 November 1883

T-"-S rT,. fr jwgy j 'MWSj ' tf pw I, p hjlwcw tyjj ' 3wyjR - jpr-Wf ' - 4m k ,T 8 ' I 5 LATEST NEWS. London, Nov. 13. Symptoms of a politi cal revolution iu Spain are becoming more pronounced. A great Btrike ib impending in Iho Man chester cotton mills. .Absurd dynamite scares have occurrod in London and Birmingham. The rebels in Syria have had some desper ate fighting with the national troops. In the trial of the Fenian Poole for the murder of John Kenny the jury have disa greed. French .reinforcements have arrived in Annam, and a forward movement of the army is expected within a brief time. The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland is author, ized to prevent both Orango and Nationalist meetings if they threaten to disturb the peace. At the conference of the American Catho lic bishops in Rome yesterday tho topic of keeping church affairs out of the civil courts in the United States was discussed. T. T. Brown & Co., leather dealers, Cincin nati, have made an assignment to Stephen Coles. L...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 November 1883

jMM . ' V r , B. fS y. 77 'ttsrbcL tj, W4&- - wp. ss&pt -.;, -.ti?w-,., ' -e i' . , if h' n. .'-. 1 Terms $2.90 iper year. Home Rule, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. 5 cents per copy; Vol-- II- WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1883. NO. 17. :l ".-jjyu : Aj. M,-rrzt t s w - - - ..-. .,. ?w -'clMlMQHMPtf4tflHMft i,.r'"- amm """ " w ' - ?. ' i- ( ' 1 - t,f- Vif wfaK 'fe" JOHN F. ELLIS & CO. 937 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near TentiV Street pianos jhod onaisrs For Sale at Reasonable Jamug. Eipdicas rad Moving promptly attended to. Cornete, Violia Flutes Guitars, and everything in the musio line for cjl&'el ok on rrxsTiiisjx. J"OTN IT. ELLIS & CO., 937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. iKiksB&Wy u Kwll Vl W I tall Ulall I THE ORIGINAL LONDON MISFIT STORE, 912 F STREET, OPPOSITE MSOKIC TEMPLE. HAS THSS DAY RECEIVED : i. -hiding M ns, Boy's, Youths' and Children's, direct from Headquarters u York city. These goods must be sold, regardless of cost or valu...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 November 1883

pp"W. n-w-rrr J-"V ' i- -vr 7 - 9 Ik & . THE BEE. IPUKLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 31071 ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. HSntcrea at the Postofflce at Washington, ID.C as second-class matter. (SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 11 year $2 00 G imonths - - - . 1 00 3 " 50 a -------20 (Single copies ----- 5 ADVERTISING RATES: "Qnelinch, one month - - - SI 00 'J4J col. - - - 5 00 icol. " " - - - - 7 50 )1 col. '" " -, - - 13 00 fliinclvoncyear - - - - 10 00 co. ---- 5500 Kcol. " 75 00 col. r" - - - - 150 00 (Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. All communications must be addressed to the Editor and Proprietor. Iu conjunction with the Bbi;, the managers have established a NoWB Bureau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special cor respondence and news items at a reasonable iprico. Tho object or the bureau is to furni6h colored journals with special Washington let tors when they have no special correspon dents. Wo have some of the best writers in ithc country...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 November 1883

7'"?F'$rwFT """ s"pwpr " T'VjngJif ,,,-;.., - f .-W7V d- Tlie 3E5ee. THE'bBE PUBLISHING COMPANY. WHIM TUE BEE CAN BE HAD. jl,.fc. jolUity's, M. Street, between 12th mid is Nnrtliwst. j. H. l'l'r lross,8ti corner loth and M Ktiv''N,,rthwc8t" Uoury Poland's, corner iy2 and Pennsyl- X.UUH Av.inie, Southwest. in. h. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street Northwest. I'luiHtlelplda House, 31S Pennsylvania Ave. N,.rtbwest- MluUl Washington Uranch Office: Dr. U.S. .Mhm"'' 73UJ street. Lhw( u-i Washington, JAMES L. TU LINER ni-M.mteiM'JOi'y St. vr, Washington, PEOPLE'S HOOK si:iKK. 1727 7 Street, N. W. Al.-XHiuhia, V:u, BRANCH OFFICE, It. B j,',l,iiison, Man after. No. 182, South Columbu stive'. Suh-eribe for the Bee. Tweiiiy cents per month. It will contain nil the news. For sale by all newsdealers in the city. All coinniuniontion should he addressed t. the Manag'111;; Editor and Proprietor. Communications for publication must Ik- accompanied with the writer's name. Not necessarily for publicat...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 November 1883

s"-r -rmfsnwv'iim' " mr j . t Mkk' ii il. - iCf V'" . ji. r - r If- k 1 f hi ' ft' fc fHL- v- :, P CHILDREN'S C0LTJ1O,; Filial Devotion of n Bird. "We have a saying that charity begins it home, and it has been added that a I reat deal of the charity that begins it home stays there. Of this narrow sort of benevolence, too, we find ex amples among the animals. There is the barbet, for instance. It is a soli tary bird, and sits most of the time in morose silence on a twig, waiting for Its food (in the shape of an insect) to fly by. Sometimes it is said to rouse Itself and make a descent upon the nest of some smaller bird, and eat all the little ones. t The celebrated naturalist, Levaillant, who has told us so many interesting things about the birds of Africa and South America, says that he discov ered a barbet's nest in which there were five birds. Four of them were young and vigorous, but the fifth was bo old and weak that when it was put into a cage with its comrades it could not mov...

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