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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 December 1883

J 9 jf MSP LUjr.K - ! A.i2--' w jr Terms. $200 per year. Home Rule, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. 5 cent per copy., VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1883. m !bbbbb m jmtr'k ""HP" ""'MF'" ""sbbf " ..' IKk .jr s- m fiU'jaSGUfa'- BBS SH BBS BBI SBULfriflBBBBBErBJUHr bbm BBB BBS BBS X SnalHraBcilM'aM .. .-..3 BBBI BBC BBB MBV TTTaBJBBBBBBBP XlfLvX BBBI BBBI BBB BBB y NO. is: FINE FOR MEN, IYOUTHS AT THE M CORNER 6 0th AUD F STREETS. jinnot be surpassed in variety of style, reliabilitv of material, thoroughness 1 workmanship, perfection of fit. or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to -" per cent lower than those of any house in the city. OVERCOATS FOR MEN" AT '..''; wtJtuSti:6' ?5, worth ?,J; c- worth10; worth 15: MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SUITS AT BOY'S & CHILDBEDS SUITS AT -A-ZtsTTS I A splendid assortment from $2 up. H.vsl .make, from 2 up. These goods are equal and superior to anv good ""wniiorc. .satislaetion guaranteed or money refunded at ...

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. — 1 December 1883

& JW m til 11 I i u fl fi mmm l; ?? r ;. T --L W S THEE BEE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I ST., N. W., "WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postofflee at "Washington, D.C as second-class matter. SUBSOKIPTION RATES: Jlfyear - fCimonthH a " iSingle copieB - ADVERTISING RATES: Qneln.cn, one month 'X'COl. - gtfcoL " - -a. col. - - -Much, one year ucol. - Bcol, " -icol. ---- 2 00 1 00 50 20 - 5 100 500 750 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 I Special notices, 50 cents each, constitute an inch. Ten lines 1 All communications musfbe addressed to ithe Editor and Proprietor. In conjunction with the Bee, the managers have established a Kews 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 best writers in tthe country connected with the bureau, which will enable us t...

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. — 1 December 1883

, . - - ---: 'ry sfj.q;;- Wt'p-gfi; -w'??j 'C'T: ' ' -xr' k T " " -T Tlie Bee, fiiEBEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. M """""""""""""""""""M WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. jlis. rolUcty'H, M. Street, between 12th and I- Northwest. I 11. Ilellor, Druggist, corner lGth and II btni't. 'ortlnvest. Heniy I'ulantrfi, comer 4J4 and Pennsyl vania A vniuc Southwest. Win. 1 Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street 'urtliwst. Wiitedelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest. south Washington Branch Office: Dr. It?S. 1 rws, Malinger, 731 4)4 Street. Vest WubhtiK-ton. JAMES L. TURNER HIT Montuomory St. North Washington, PEOPLE'S HOOK FIOKJ:. 1727 7 Street, N. W. Al,.xamlr'm,Ya., BRANCH OFFICE. It. B HobJnsoH, Manager, No. 182, South Columbu btift-t first-class in every particular. There is a play on foot to be presented very shortly. There la some talk among the citizens to urge the application of Mr. B. D. Fleet as one of the mu sical hiptructors in the schools. The Bee would like to see it. Mr. Fleet's knowledge...

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. — 1 December 1883

'vma W',W .T -s.Yf-.-ar -iw&Lpr -".' w - t V - 'p - - v -. VTVJT ' ?U ' V . - J - , JjWWM Will W' W-'J iHifwiuiHiiil tllff Mll WO1 - 'fc.m .w ii tiWatffcfj i r f I K ' 2 i m 1 1 II il 4: I fl , d m i W I H- If fl : la le F K V ' ro? fc 3 t t Ef l BRATE GIRL'S DARING PEED, 'Wakina Perilous Jotiinnj-in a fowling- Morm to Save JTIsiny Skives. A committee of the Iowa legislature "recently presented to Miss Kate Shelley a frncdal voted her hy that body in rcco,r"ni ttion of her bravery. "When the presen tation was made the little town indulged jin a celebration which eclipsed any pub lic demonstration ever held in that rc ,gion. There was a procession, music, speeches, and a banquet. Kale She! lev vis now a comely girl of eighteen, but ifihe achieved her present fame by an act of the greatest bravery -when she was but ixtecn. At about dark on the Gth of July, 1 81, a storm of wind and rain of unparalleled severity broke over Boone. In an hour s time every creek was out of its banks, ...

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 December 1883

' V,. , -X r - ,, fit swr --v- rjl'S'-i'-r -r - - jsynf.z- :, . T. - i- ' .,' "Pr. yaaes3a;!r. 'fW -t &"" tf . ? - , , : Terms. $200 per year. Home Rule4 Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. 5 cent per copy. voi- ii. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATUED Y, DECEMBER 8, 1883. no. m. -. J PTilHBW'KHPWr?"3F"T b J& !; I nil S H Mi;i iTHE W M" - .,- - i nt j aq tor MEN, YOUTHSJ AT IWr CORNER JGtlvAKS F ST-REET.S. ; Z.. w.i Iwttrimswd -n variety of style, reliability of material, thoroughnesi t.i30ktftii)v jK-r'iSon of fit. or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to - -'ii 1.wrtli.i.. those of any house in the city. OVERCOATS FOE MEN AT ::. S:$r., worth 10; $7, worth $13; $S, worth 15; $10, worth $18; ,,; . ! th $20; $15. worth 25; $20, worth $35. Boy's Tr:E-s3C2e8fcs a.4 j '. worth 54.50: $3.75, worth $6; $5, . :" :j -;i; 12, worth $20. LIEN'S AO YOUTHS , . ..rth $13; $10 worth $15; $12, worth $20; $15, worth $25; $20, worth $35 I i... l'iv-:s Black Suits at $25, worth $45...

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. — 8 December 1883

TJP rr-T- W -x. KVh I l! Ifi i jiny j njiHIlMiniUjtlUI lis BH i 1 & ill I'm Cm I m mt ' f JC . 4r , THE BEE. 'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 1ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. JHulorcd at the rostoulce at "Washington, D.C as sfccond-class mutter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year - (Cimouths . 3 a " (Single copies - S2 00 1 00 50 20 5 ADVERTISING RATES: Onciuoh, onomontb. 1 00 5 00 7.30 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 K col. Jcol. 1 col. aiiucli, one year col. " col. " -a col. (Special moticos, 50 contB each. Ten lines constitute an inch. All communications must be addressed to ithe Mditor and Proprietor. In conjunction with tlie Bke. the managers have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are iprapared to furnish biographies, special cor aospondence and news items at a reasonable iprice. Tlio object of the bureau is to furnish colored Journals with special Washington let tors wihon they have no special correspon dents. We have some of the best writers in 'tilie country connected ...

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. — 8 December 1883

hm rpiie Bee, iHr'FrntUSIIlNG COMPANY. "KTIlBliEK CAN BE HAD. Z iy'N M- tieet' betwecu 12th and 1 3N;f1Cli"r. imisslBt. i-or. or 1GLU and M 'In InTX' corner VA and Pennsyl " .... southwest. l! A" "- ..nrlSUi nnd M. Street Will I pf(HlH. iu... itiihteHouse.8l8PennBylvaiilaATe.J Dr. R.S. lows lBw . . a MRS JAMES L. TURNER ...1 Wwstouww" ,3i" .!. uiuton. rJOlliio BOOK V.,11 I " " 7 stieol, N. W. c n 1 1 . i .. ' ..i i-r ,..., V.. lAiW"rrJV,J' ....it -TTE,irn' It. 1$ c.wiibcfortlieBHE. -tity cent per month. j. ill contain all the news. rr J- by 'HI newsdealers in the city. 411 communication hould be addressed . ,i.ft Mnn-Ainnn Bailor and Proprietor. u. the MiuvAm Communication. for publication must Lo accompanied willi (he writer's name. y0t noccnly for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. " The Catholic Fair closed Thurs day evening. The Bee's subscription list was lnm-asctl greatly this week. "We desire eight thousand eub Frihers by the first of next year. 'mv is the time fo...

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

ijj , . " J- (H-J -Si fUi aMOWM m i - n m mtmm j& -j . ir Hit rf! ie ?HE DEADL1 TE OP BATS. A. Fierce Eittle Army tfe&t tlie Oime would aot Sell Cor 20,000. " I am fond of rats, mice, moles, roaches, flies, Hear, moths, ants, scor pions, and like voivnin, hecause I have studied their habits and ways nearly all my life," said a little man "in spectacles to a New York Sun reporter. He sat at his desk in a small shop in a busy street down town, writing busily. At his side was a pen about five feet Ion?, two feet wiac, ana tnree leer. deep. In it wero twenty or thirty ferretd coiled together in nn undulating mass of fur, with here and there a sharp muzzle and a pair of bright little eyes rising above the mass and looking intently at the little man who wrote at. the desk. "There was a time, many years ago," continued the little man, wheeling around in his chair, "when vermin were more or 'less obnoxious to me, but I began to study their habits and natures, and in a short time I b...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 December 1883

V. s THE --fa-aiv . T. ft a? ...J $WA -tocvwZ ' , f jfJt A A ,,. -K.'xx . n Terms. $200 per year. Home Rule, Justice, Equality and Recdition according to Merit. 5 cent per Gopy., VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1883. NO. 20i, M t - J, 3 j t FiNE tor HEN, YOUTHS AT THE MISFIT STOR CORNER !Oth Am F STREETS. . -ot le urp'issel in var.ety of style, reliability of material, thoroughness tf wiv'ivmliip, perfection of fit. or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to r ri-nt lower than those of any house in the city ? 0VBE0OATS FOR MEN" AT :.. worth ?S:6. -worth S10; S7, worth 13; $8, worth $15; S10, worth $18: 2. n.irth 20; 15, worth $25; $20, worth $35. & . w.-nh A4.."nJ: 53.75, worth $6; $5, worth $U: $6, worth $10; $8. worth $15; -..nil !; $12, worth $20. 7 - i..-h $M: $10 worth $15; $12, worth $20; $15, worth $25; $20, worth $35 - . I)!vs Blank Suits at $25, worth $45. BOY'S 8c CHILDREN'S SUITS AT - 7... w orth $4: $3.50, worth $6: $-1, worth $7.50; $5. worth $...

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. — 15 December 1883

iUPJEWSN? i "J$fif$y -; v ' - - J L Tf C M :i 4 H f fct It ft lli " I 1 M s9 im M i v 1 1 E M I it 1 1 h 1 I tfn' I I f'2 i m II iH i-i; v 1 f1' V i ' I i'! Wl i Ifci Hf i r'ff k ! r. . til : -Jl St! THE BEE. iPUJJLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 3107 1 ST., 2T. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postofllce at "Washington, JD.'C, us second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: jyenr -miouths -js ,u a - - - '- (Slnglecopies $2 00 1 00 50 20 - 5 ADVERTISING RATES: (One inch, one month - - - 1 00 J col. "--- 5 00 agicol. " " - - - - 7 50 a tool. Jii- . . - 3500 fllinch.ioneycar - - 10 00 cd. " - - - 5500 fctfodl. . " - - - - - 75 00 acdl. " - - - - 150 00 JSpecial notices, 50 contB eacli. constitute an inch. Ten lines dUU communications must be addressed to tlhe Editor and Proprietor. In conjunction vwith thelJEE, the managers have established laSNews Bureau of the Colored Press. We are tprqpared to furnish biographies, special cor ii'ospondonce and news items at a reasonable iprice. The object of th...

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. — 15 December 1883

S&fo&mm- t.i-. a- - T?lie 33ee. THE bee PUBLISHING COMPANY. ' :'.,v mm? nR Kf'AKT RE n A n Wll&& " Mrs. polkety's. M. Street, between 12th and 11 Northwest. j H. Beller, Druggist, corner lGlh ana M street, Northwest. Henry Poland's, corner AM and Pennsyl vania Avenue, Southwest. Wm. L. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street Vorthwest. l'hiladelphift House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest. ulh Washington Branch Office: Dr. R.S. 'iRWfi. Manager, 7314 Street, St Washington, JAMES L. TURNER ui7 Montgomery St. North Washington, PEOPLE'S BOOK sfoRE. 1727 7 Steet, T W " Alexandria, Vn.. BRANCH OFFICE. R. B Robinson, Manager, No. 182, South Columbu street. Subscribe for the 1JEE. Twenty cents per month. It u ill contain all the news. Fat sale by all new.sdcaleis in the city. An communication should l)e addressed to the Managing Editor and Proprietor. Communications for publication must be accompanied with the writer's name. Not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of ...

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. — 15 December 1883

r"TS a--nuj -a y ;VvS-&- -V hi . lr. K If II n, 1' ?! J'l II ru Ml iff i 1 1 &ii i Ax w if I fc! v 1 'a 1 I I ; " j 1 r mi f . i it' "I n 4ft 3 Forty-Eighth Congress, hist sebsiok. SENATE. WAsmKQTON. December 11. In the Senate (this morning, after prayer and the reading iof the journal, Senator Aldrich, of Rhode 'Island, announced the presence of his col league, Mr. Anthony, and asked that he be Bworn in. Immediately all the senators rose from their seats and remained standing while the oath -was administered by the President ipro tempore, Senator Edmunds. Among the petitions presented was one by Mr. Plumb, of Kansas, from citizens of Af rican descent, setting forth the disadvanta ges of their position in view of the condition of legislation and the decisions of the courts. Mr. Frye gave notice that he would call up on Thursday the report of the committee on trules of the Senate. On motion of Mr. Sherman the Senate Uhen went into executive session. HOUSE. When the House met ...

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. — 22 December 1883

tfSf'O Terms. 200 per year. Hqme Rule, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. ; iUiI:," ' .-i ." t-.i 5 cent pensopyt, j l; i .; --'it 'e,J . VOL. II. WASHINGTON, "D. C SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1883, '7 -0' NO. 21. MMUWA4M mUSrQNhMMOWfc wi ..-:-.. . -- - ---- .;(.e,:, SM1J.S - --- e :.:' . . . . v " ! i .j t -. , --L " " ' : - r . ., , ' r, - f, n, , -i ,. ,i .' ' : ; ;'. ' ; t;.g.--..,r. .- ; ' : : TTf ' FENE FOE MEN, YOUTHS AT THE M CORNER iOth AND F STREETS. Cannot bo surpassed in. Variety olstyle. reliability of juatprjal, ar.Highness, ami 'workmanship, perfection of fit. or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to 40 K-r vrtnt lower iban those of any house in the city """' ' 40 pt-r 0VBE0OATB $5, worth . $ j, worth $lU; $?, worth $13; $S, w $12, worth fcJ"; sl3,-wurth $25 j 20, worth $35. 9 $2.5". with sM. 50; $3.70, worth 6; j, $iu. worth $1: $12, worth 20. $ worth 1:3; $10 worth $15; $12, worth $20; $15, worth $25; $20, worth $35 Full Dress Black Suits at $25, ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1883

ii - - t- VfrxXa-w ft W, ip. ii n y i 1 i &e M sn K in 4 if iff1 i, 1 . Mi ! LK ll Fit il ft ; ft I!' IK: if t. THE BEE. JPOTLTSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT . ai07 1 ST., N. W., WASHmP.C- OBntorod at the Postofflce at Washington, flj.'G.. as Becond-claBS matter. SWBSORIPTION RATES: yeatf (Gimouths - a " - - , - iSi'nglecopios - - - - $2 00 100 50 20 - 5 A5DVERTISIXG (RATES: (Qnctlnch, one month - ( - col. " " --'"-cdl. " " - " a.cdl. " " ailuoh, one year gtcol. ---co a-col. .- - - $100 500 750 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 jQpocIal tiioticcs, 50 cents each, constitute an inch. Ten lines iMl communications must be addressed to (the jQEditor and Proprietor. In conjunction -with the Bkk, the managers have established ia News Bureau of the Colored. Press. "We are mrnnarod to furrtisti biographies. Bpecialcor- irespoudonce and ners items at a reasonable jpricc. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with special Washington let ters -wliou they have no special correspon den...

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. — 22 December 1883

Thie 3Bee. TTUBLIHING COMPANY. ,fi nPU "' AVT XIV. TTATV WHERE J " " "" "" Mr, Polity's. M. street, between 12th and :YNH.nSr, Druggist, corner 10th ana M . t North west. i Avenue, Southwest. , L Freeman, comer 15th and M. Street Sphlft House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. SwaIhmton Bmnch Office: Dr. R.S. , .K MRiiager, -3HJ Street. LWest Washington, JAMES L. TURNER 34r Montgomery St. Rnmr orth Washington. PEOPLES BOOK " AlpXaudrIa,Va., BRANCH OFFICE. R. B BobinBon. Manager, No. 162, South Columbus street ..in Subscribe for the BEE. Twenty cents per month. It will cuntam all the news. For cule by all newsdenleis in the city. All communication should be addressed to the Uanasmg Editor and Proprietor. Communications for publication must be accompanied with the writer's name. Not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Go to the West End Hotel, the only colored hotel lu the Northwestern bection of the city Everything kept In first class style. See add. Recorder Frederick...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1883

- f,'- F" "'"'" ." 1 If i I t j i Ii - ts i i :' i f til'l 114 1 I' M , I' : i y i :U JW'l m u ii? A WHISTLING CURIOSITY. Tkc Romantic Story o WWsttiuj? Jack. as He Tells it KSiinself. In the rear of 45G Kinth. avenue, tliis city, says the New York Xfeics, is a di lapidated building knows as the t( Rook ory." Here it is that a well-known character eats, sleeps and whistles. George "Y. Johnson is a gentleman of color, about thirty-five vcars of age. He is variously known as "Johnson's band," "Whistling Bill," "Whistling Charley" and "Whistling Jack. she has never been styled Whistling George will forever remain a mystery. As Whistling Jack he is better known in this vicinity. Everybody knows him, but few have heard his story. Readers of the Jtfeics have seen him on the ferry ""j boats, on the cars, in the theatre and on the street, Thnt linri lirum ntinfmnrl t hinnvhilc from his screwed up lips he Shermftn called up and asked for the imme has discoursed harmony that rivaled the ' ain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 December 1883

- V". .-; r '':; fc' ' i I ,:-!? V , v jut 1 M t . y-.-A , , T A Terms. $200 per year. Home Rule, Justice, Equality ami Recognition according to Merit. t . 5 cent per copy; A VOL- II- WASHINGTON, D. 0.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1883. NO. 22. v-wiJ i it j ' Tira . ,rtf - (iMHii?i(NM'': wfP-- THE BEE f JmB p I I. Mi III HI ! . ,, ,. fc. i F ! N E FOR HEN, YOUTHS AT THE MISFIT STORE, CORNER 6 0th AUD F STREETS- Cannot be surpassed in variety of style, reliability of material, thoroughness ud workmanship, perfection of fit, or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to id per cent lower than those of any house in thp city- , . . OVBECOATS FOR MEN AT $5, worth $8: $6. worth $10; 7, worth $13; $8, worth 15; 10, worth $18; $12, worth $20; $15, worth 25; $20, worth 35. 12.50, worth $4.50; 3.75, worth 6; 5, worth $9; 6, worth 10; 8, worth 15: fJO, worth 18; 12, worth 20. MEN'S APID YOUTHS' SUITS AT $8. worth 18; 10 worth 15; 12, worth $20; 15, worth 25; 20, worth 35 Full Dress Black Suits at 2...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 December 1883

! w I-?"i; k? TBOE BEE. tfLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT U07 I ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postofflce at Washington, 'D.C as second-claHB matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: year - - - - - 82 00 6 months - - - . - 1 00 3 .. . . , ... 50 (1 20 iSingle copies ----- 5 ADVERTISING iRATES: i One inch, one month - - - SI 00 114 col. " " - - - 5 00 -coL " - - - - 7 50 l.col. " - - - 15 00 lilnch,oneyear - - - 10 3 tjcol. " - - - - 65 00 col, " - - - - 75 00 a col. " - - - - isooo iSpeclal notices, 50 cents each. Ten. lines constitute an inch. All communications must he addressed to the Editor and Proprietor. In conjunction -with the Bee, the managers have established a News Bnreau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special cor respondence and news itemB at a reasonable price The object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with special Washington letr ters when they have no special correspon dents. We have some of the best writers in the country connected wi...

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. — 29 December 1883

v "to J?' '""j'fcr ""wwsipKttT ' ' rfe " p V .."t-t: "S-, y ' m&mmeBatomemmm rfSSBi Tlie Bee. TuBU-HING COMPANY. ..' ,i.- tut?. RffF. f!AN BE HAD. WUbfti-' i"" Mrs. I'olketys. M. Street, between 12th and Y'lLlteUer. Druggist, corner lGth and M t yortliw'esk JL'rvroHuMTs, corner 4 and PennBTl i AVCUUC,.COU.thWe6t. ML. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street teddphte House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Siiinton Branch Office: Dr. R.S. f " s M-er, 73H Street, dt WaMilnston, JAMBS L. TURNER "Washington, PEOPLE'S BOOK AtoiHMB.V".. BRANCH OFFICE, R. B Robinson, Manager, No. 182, South Columbus StreCt' Mlml 1 "subscribe for the BEE. Twenty cent per month. Itffill contain all the news. Fw-ale by all newsdealets in the city. All communication should be addressed to thcManasmsr Editor and Proprietor. Coimminic'iti',S for publication must be accompli "k'd with the writer's name. Xot ncccwirily for publication, but as a piiurantcc of tfood faith. Mr. Richard Henderson has gone to his liomc, Cleveland, ...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 December 1883

Iiv.-w W - ;'' JW-4. C .Jt r -t ", 1J L 1 ft : i 1 .1 Hi STEAIilNG PRECIOUS STONES. i- Ingenious Icvicos of TIiictcs In ih JKcfirbXiolis Protective Measures. Tljc New York Tribune says that a fortune in. precious stones could be stowed away in the vest pocket or the folds' of ia handkerchief. Consequently, thieves and Imrslars in the course of long years of -successful and unsuccessful at temjttsitO'gnin possession of these coveted goods" have developed a high degree of skill -and cunning. Repeated attacks have stimulated the jewelers to an equal display of ingenuity in devising measures for their protection. The rivalry has been something like that between heavy guns and armor plate. Tiie thieves have been constantly trying to get in and the jewelers to keep them out. At present the .jjpwelers have rather the best of it. They Jiave organized a protective asso ciation and employ a corps of competent detectives. Some years ago the jewelers throughout the country lost on an aver age -...

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