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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 January 1884

. '-j' r v taw: j - - .- . , u J jp i, , -t- -r fonniifr iw il,, - iL t4- Tgj -is. $200 ipcr year. Home Rule, Justice. Equality and Recognition according to Merit. 5 cents per copy; M). 23. f. VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1884. fll!Sk''--: 13 iS K. ' fyj fo " ' ' ' . ... ----- .- -. t , l v . " V If , I lief 1 FOB MEN, YOUTHS A.T THE IW CORNER 10th AND F STREETS. (annot be surpaed in variety of style, reliability of material, thoroughness tfrfworkmawftiui, perfection of fit, or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to (0 per cent loner than those of any house in the city. QYEBOOATB FOR MEN AT E8o5Fs 50, worth $1.50: 3.75 worth 6; 5, worth U; $6, worth $10; $8, worth $15; VA -worth $1; 12, worth $20. MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SUITS AT BOYS &. CHILDREN'S SUITS AT PLIsTTSI A splendid assortment from 2 up. aOSSiJLBIEElS, Ilt make, from $2 up. These goods -iiown here, .satisfaction guaranteed ore, 5 Mako no misi V. and onme to the VI RBj" f JUST IEC3EIVJEX. ml NT CD Win ...

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. — 5 January 1884

f & M 1 : "l"' I A JM l!d H i i" ,11 Iti S ft S'i .n fill 1 iflj i W IE t THEE 3BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 1 ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. ' Entered at the Postofllce at "Washington, KD.C as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: year -0 mouths -3 " a " - (Single copies - - - - S2 00 1 00 50 120 5 ADVERTISING RATES: 'Oneflnch, one month icol. - tjcol. M - - Sl 00 500 7 50 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 1 col. atinch.oneyear Ya col. lcol. - acoi. "X- iSpeclal notices, 50 cents each, constitute an inch. Ten Hues All communications must he addressed to the Editor and Proprietor. In conjunction with the Bee. the managers have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are mromrcd to furnish biographies, special cor respondence and news items at a reasonable iprice. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with special Washington let tors when they have no special corrcspon- best writers in i the bureau, which rutkrtn, spicy and concise correspondence. ...

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. — 5 January 1884

iiH !i -n - r -y ""'- .,,,- , t-, - ,; , - - !- - ' - T - ,. T&e 3Bee. JEETCBLIsmNG COMPANY? vnERE THBBEB CAN BE HAD. MI Polkety'B. M. Street, between 12th and YSbSS Dmretal, corner lGth and M "rv Poland's, comer i and Pcnnsyl- Awnuc. Southwest. V8U' l. Freoinwi. corner 15th aud M. Street SlSphta House, 313 Pennsylvania Ave. SuthWaton Bmncn Office: Dr. R.8. cMmiicer, 731 4J4 Street. U WWiWtn. JAMKS L' TURNER 1?2TS&- PE0PLE'S R00K Atexandria. Va.. BRANCH OFFICE, R.B BowS. Jlanaeer, No. 182, South Columbus street Subscribe for the Bee. Twenty cents per month. It will contain all the news. jtoailr by all ncwfdealcis in the city. All coinmumcatlon should be addressed to tiicttanasmg Editor and Proprietor. Communications for publication must be accompanied with the writer's name. Xot necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of jiood faith. Mrb, IfamllcarTurley did not keep "open house'" on New Year's Day, but had a host of callers all the same. a well deserved testimonial ...

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. — 5 January 1884

m LP i r W m mt OTR FAIE NEIGHBORS. How Mexican Girls are Trained l Schools or Arts and Trades. Clara Bridgeman, in a letter from Mexico to the New Orleans Times, writes enthusiastically of the School of Art and Trades for "Women, established there some years ago hy President Juarez: As it is, however, Mexico could not furnish a more interesting and attract ive sight than this school when it is in operation with all the workshops crowded with busy students and such a'humandstirof bustling activity that one Is irresistibly reminded of a vast beehive. There are troops of dark eyed maidens on every side cheerfully engaged in all manner of occupations, and one hardly knows which to ad mire most, the deftness with which they perform their various tasks or the exquisite neatness of their ap pearance, with faces and clothes spotlessly clean, hair smoothly braid ed, and all with long holland aprons that give them a particularly tidy look. The school numbers about 368 regular attendants, var...

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. — 12 January 1884

rWS- Vifc f Wm , - Ii ayan1 i.'i"Vy,t ijiwiwi mew, 'yTfC" ""P"" " W W C Mttwaypy'"'-v- SMBEE j" "''"'.' ..-.- - f t l i "mm "'' - I' H h 'IPIv '' D 17 Tr '"K; "r7r- m y" '. tf&5Ttc Terms. $200 per year. Home Rule, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. V01-" A-" WASHINGTON. D. 0.. SATURDAY. JANUARY 12, 1884. ' rsrM ' . w ,.- - . .f.'f- - JT mV 1 ' . ; KB WJ j " sn r7 m nwi w k fcr- ynrH sac : " -- , , ; , i . . - icnw jjcr uupj; mj :m - - . - m timi jti - t . -. . : mJf K(a 9A mm FINE CLOTHING THE MISFIT STORE, CORNER I Oth AND F STREETS. i. Unnot be surpassed Jn rariety of , style, reliability of material, thoroughness $nd workmanship, perfection of fit.-or elegance -of finish, hiieiriw"ar 25- to W pw cent lower than those of any house in the city. 0VEKCOATS FOR MEN AT P5, worth $8; $6 worth $10; $7, worth 13; $8, worth $15; $10, worth $18 112, worth $20; $15, worth 25; 20, worth $35. ' fTJstfr D' 10, worth ?18; $12, worth $20. MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SUITS AT BOY'S &a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 January 1884

-wwvw"-; 'y5 "jjflSB Mttii e H a- ,. a nfi 1 H n a j i TBEE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 1ST., 2. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postofflcc at Washington, JXd aB second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: year -6 mouths II " -(Single copies 82 00 100 50 20 - 5 "ADVERTI8ING"RATES: ((Dneiinch, oneJMontli l&col. ---cdl. " - - aicol. " ---diluch,ione,iyear - i i&qol.. ----t&col, tt.col. --- - SI 00 500 - 750 15 00 - 10 DO 55 00 - 75 00 150 00 (Special notices, 50 cents each, constitute an inch. Ten lines All communications must be addressed to the EQitor and Proprietor. In conjunction with the Bee, the managers have established laNewsBmeauofthe Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special cor respondence and news items at a reasonable .price. The object of the bureau Is to furnish colored journals with special Washington let tors when they have no special correspon dents. We have some of the best writers in the country connected with the bureau, whi...

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. — 12 January 1884

Tl 3E&ee jEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. .rnrRK THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Mn Polity', M. Street, between 12th and iTuon i'seist' corner 10tu ana M . VnrlllWCfit. S'nVvrolund-B, corner A and PennByl vaia Wnian, corner 15th and M. Street vSS'i,,ti uom 31S renuByivania Ave- SOlliwn Branch mcc: Dn R'a vnrer.T3N Street. ,KUam JAMBS L.TURNER m- Montgoiueiy St. !. WashlusSon, P . H. 1727 7 Street, .. esi " PEOPLE'S ROOK nrt.ift Va., BRANCH OFFICE. R. B VS. Miunfier. No. 182, South Columbus RjMiifi'jn. j're,t 5 lb-cribc for the Bee. Twenty cents per month. V will contain all the news. for sale by all newsdealers in the city. All communication ould be addressed to ttieManasfras E(litor and ProP"etor. Communications for publication tnust be iccoiHiwmVd with the writer's name. ot uecowtrilv for publication, but as a j guarantee of good faith. Mrs. HamilcarTurley did not keep "open houw; " on New Year's Day, but had a host of cullers all the same. Among the many drug stores m this city we take this oppor...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 January 1884

4 n --- -. f i I FOBTY-EIGHTH CONaBESS FIET SESSION. SENATE. The Senate was called to order at noon. The chair presented a letter from the Post master General transmitting the report of the commission appointed to investigate the railway mail service. A resolution presented by Mr. Miller (CaU, relating to the working of the Chin ese Exclusion act, was agreed to, as follows: liesolved, That the Secretary of the Treas ury be and he is hereby directed to transmit io the Senate all the documentary informa tion in his possession in relation to the exe cution of the act of Congres?, entitled "An act to oxecute certain treaty stipulations re lating to Chinese," approved May 6th, 1S82, together with all facts which have come to his knowledge concerning the difficulties which have been encountered by the officers of the government in the enforcement of said act. On the conclusion of morning business the president pro tempore announced the unfinished basmess to be the report of the Committee ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 January 1884

V"4- ' J? THE ,- if v- -' ' 'J l. f - fe Terms. $290 ,per year. Our Liberties we Prize and our Rights we will Maintain. " i.VM.i, -U-i. 1 "i? f 5cenis p.er corjy jft VOL. II- f4. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1884. NO. 25 - ?. Vi'M FINE CLOTHING roa HEN, YOUTHS XT THE MISFiT STORE CORNER 10th AND F STREETS. Unnot be surpassed in variety of style, reliability of material, thoroughness ual workmanship, perfection of fit, or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to JO per cent lower than those of any house in the city. OVERCOATS FOR MEN AT f5, worth $S; $6, worth $10; $7, -worth $13; $8, worth 15; 10, worth 18 12, worth $20; 15, worth 25; 20, worth 35. Boy's Ov3eooots art f2.50, worth 150; 3.75, worth 6; 5, worth 'J; 6, worth 10; 8, worth 15; fill, worth 13; 12, worth 20. MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SUITS AT f worth 13; 10 worth 15; 12, worth 20; 15, worth 25; 20, worth 35 I oil Dress Black Suits at 25, worth 45. BOY'S & CHILDREN'S SUITS AT f..2 73, worth 4: 3.50, worth 6; 4, wor...

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. — 19 January 1884

. TBDE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 1 ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postofflce at Washington, 33. C, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: year - - $2 00 6 months - - 1 00 3 " ------ so 1" 20 Single copies ----- 5 ADVERTISING RATES: One inch, one month - - - $1 00 K.col. " - - - 6 00 jjcoL " " - - - - 7 50 IcoL " - - - 15 00 1 inch, one year ... - 10 00 Jicol. - - - 55 00 Kcol, " 75 00 coL ---- 15000 Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. All communications must be 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 fnrnish biographies, special cor respondence and news items at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furniBh colored Journals with special Washington letr ters when they have no special correspon dents. We have some of the beBt writers in the country connected with the bureau, which will enable us to fimlsbjfru...

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. — 19 January 1884

Tlie Bee BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. -JTHE BEE CAN BE HAD. polket.Vu. M. Street, between 12th and "BeSer. Druggist, corner ICth and M t Nortli west. ''Snwl'olana'fi. corner A and Pennsyl- I vpnue. Southwest, vanto AFvcem&tli corner 15th and M. Street SSSphta House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. Dr. R.S. xer. 731 -JU Street. M WariitaSton. JAMES L. TURNER tur Montgomery St. "Vorth Washington l'h PEOPLE'S BOOK ' vtet.ndito.Vii.. BRANCH OFFICE. R. B piitiHon. Manager, No. 182, South Columbus street- Subscribe for the Bee. 7nty cents per month. ItVill contain all the news. j&rsle hy all newsdealeis in the city. 411 communication should be addressed to tlwManagtag Editor and Proprietor. Communications for publication must he accompanied with the writer's name. Xot necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Mr. Magnus L. Robinson has been made business manager of the Bee. Mr. Robinson will take charge next week. Alies H. V. Davis is booked to read at Cincinnati, Ohio, this...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 January 1884

i ii-.i ft Sill I Mt & MM n m n 1! If h . u Fl! 1 M NEWS OF THE WEEK Eastern and Kiddle States. Great damage to property has been done (along lh At'n.Uc coasthy the recent severe storm. The 2fe a Jersey and Long Island c asl Buirered heavily. Teasels wore driven ashore, piers -washed array, end buildings at the summer resort tvero carried out to tea. The damage at Coney Island, Long- Branch and Atlantic City alone will agreerate more than SSCO'OO. Boarding houses, stores, dwelling bath-Tioum and other buildings at Atlantic City were washed away and carried to son. The whole amount of. damage done ang the Atlantic oa t it is believed will aggregate more than $1,000,003. SMALLrox has bpon lapidly spreading at Girardville, Penn., and the pnbhc -schools have been dosed. Governor IVaier in his annual mes?aze to the Connecticut legislature dieanproves of biennial tedious. The State debt'is $4,2?., 100. J ' Soactwcnty men were shoveling stiow in a deep rairtal ut near Briuton, Penn.. w...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 January 1884

-- W 3te? li V '- Jw i Terms. $200 per year. Our Liberties we -Prize and our Rights we will Maintain. iff 5 cents per copy. VOL II- WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1884. NO. 26. THE v y'v (r-fjH IV Y5V N. i V i v Pi & FOIl EN, YOUTHS AT MISFIT STORE THE CORNER 10th AtiO F STREETS. l-nt be surpassed in variety of style, iriwfkinanship, peritenon ol lit. or elegance of finish, while. prices are 2o to tiif r cent lower than those of any house in the city. 0VEBCQAT& FOR MEN AT $5. worth $S:$G. worth 10; 7, worth $13; $8, worth 15; 10, worth SIS; fIJ, worth $20; 15, worth 25; 20, worth 35. (2.50, worth 1.50; 3.75, worth 6; 5, worth U; 6, worth 10; 8, worth 15; fli, worth 18; 12, worth 20. MEN'S AMD YOUTHS' SUITS AT f worth 13; 10 worth 15; 12, worth 20; 15, worth 25; 20, worth 35 F nil Dn-ss Black Suits at 25, worth 15. BOY'S & CHILDREN'S SUITS AT j.o.75, worth 1; 3.50, worth 6; 4. worth 7.50; 5, worth 9; 6, worth 10 (75", worth 12; 9, worth 15; 10, worth 18. F-A-IEs...

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. — 26 January 1884

I I $ - -1 ;-f i '5S' I TLjEjLEJ .SJtijiEd PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 1 ST., N. WM WASH., D. C. Entered at the Fostoffice at Washington D. C, as.Beoond-cl&SB matter. We disclaim any responsibility for state ments expressed by aur correspondents neither do we Indorse all they say. Correspondence on living toplds Is solicited. lilt tO hnVA llttiinttnn xnno K. U .! but to have attention must be brief. All communications muBt be addressed to the Editor and Proprietor. In conjunction with the Bee, the managers have established a News Bureau or the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special cor respondence and news items at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau Is to furnish colored Journals with special Washington let ters when they have no special correspon dents. We have some or the best writers in the country connected with the bureau, which will enable us to furnish truthful, Bpicy and concise correspondence. Give the News Bureau a calL Advocating...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 January 1884

-W-TO . Tib. Bee. SATURDAY JAN. 26tli. 1884. Terms of Subscription. One copy, per year - slxmonthB - three months -City subscribers, monthly - $2.00. 1.00. .50. .20. Postage prepaid by THE BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. ADVERTISING KATES: One Inch, one month Quarter column -- Half column 0ne column ' One inch, one year - Quarter column " Hnlfcolumu One column " 8100 500 750 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 Special notices 50 cents each. Ten HueB con etitute an inch, WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Mi-b. Polkety's, M. Street, between 12th and 18,oithwest. j. II. Beller, Druggist, corner 16th and M ptreet. Northwest. Henry Poland's, corner 4J and Pennsyl vania Avenue, Southwest. Win. L. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street yorlliweHt. Philadelphia House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. jfortuwebt. South Washington Branch Office: Dr. R.S. Laws, Manager, 731 4 Street. West Washington, JAME3 L. TURNER 1417 Montgomery St. North Wabhington, PEOPLE'S BOOK srOUE. 1727 7 Street, N. W. Alexandria, Va., BRANCH OFFICE, R....

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. — 26 January 1884

- - iB-- - ft"e " - 4- - -, TSi?". m ! .. C "lABTJE NEWS. Eastern and Middle States. Chabis P. Stickkey, -well-known as one of 'the trio of defaulters sent from Fall River, Mass., to the Concord slate prison, and who was pardoned by Governor Butler last May, -was probably fatally burned at his residence in Fall Hivei. 31rs. ptickney was pour iiifj benzine on a carps t to kill moths, when the vapor ignited from a gaslight, caus ing an explosion. She was instantly envel oped in flames. Her husband rushed to her assistance, and in his efforts to save her his own Nothing caught fire. "When neighbors came rmhintc in they found the wife.a charred corpse and the husband thockinglyTjurned. BunGLARS spent all .night in a building in Uow York occupied by wholesale -'ewelers, and broke into three safes, from which they obtamed watches, diamonls, rings and gold aggregating in va'ue 330,103. At a meeting of the board of directors of the Northern Pacific railroad in New York, Mr. Robert Harris, v...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 February 1884

- v r - n, ryij r "yv" """"p . " T"N?' -jftwvc J. . B&r-it ri t . AiHiil r fj. iI " r ' ' a rtuf .j , , , . , J " -fufaMHl n J BEE. I I I 1 - .- - .MmmMK ' "' ' m ' -:. jmrjmti wwv m - m M. - - xi'ti&Mmh-!r? Si -' ' iSU '- . w WiSSafc v-L BF - 'terms.-$200 iper yean. - " "ft " . Our Liberties we Prize and our Rights We will Maintain. T-r V 0L, II- Scents per copy CLOTH WASHINGTON, D. C, .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1884. FOR BEEN, YOUTHS AKD-. BOYS I AT S53 W1 Uf LE fl Hi x PtT Tl JVl WB HE, it liar i i i ust CORNER fiOth AND F STREETS. Ii-'ol l.p na?ci in variety of style, reliability ,o material, thoroughness jr ifu-. u.. i-ii:, jji w-uwuu ui uu ur w;gunco 01 uiiisn, wniic pnee3 arc zo to Myw tout 'V.cr lima those of any house la the city. OVEBOOATS EOS worth $-.il worth 10; 7, worth $1-3; S, worth $15; 010, worth 1S; U, H-oiili -", 10, worth ;25; 20, worth 35. ' t f l && STT'CZS. twU :30ekt SBilfc f 2. worth ei-IO; 53.7.1, worth $G; 5, worth 'J; 6, worth $10; 8, 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. — 2 February 1884

p W; V- IS P Nf TJGCE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the PoBtoffice at Washington D.'C. a$ second-claim matter. We disclaim any responsibility for state ments expressed by aur correspondents neither do wo indorse all they Bay. Correspondence on living topids is solicited, but to have attention must be brief. All communications must be 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 items at a reasonable price. The 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 the country connected with the bureau, which will enable us to furnish truthful, spicy and concise correspondence. Give the News Bureau a call. Fred. Douglass not Denounced. Philadelphia Times. The Mabriage of...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 February 1884

rz " - The Kee. -SATURDAY FEB. 2, 1884. Terms of Subscription. One copy, per year -i. six months -.i three months - ntr Btibscrlbcrs, monthly - 82.00. 1.00. .50. .20. poitmfe prepaid by TjjE BBK PUBLISHING COMPANY. ADVERTISING RATES: 0ne Inch, one month Quarter column " jjjjfcolumu " -One column " One inch, one year -Qwrter column ; -Hulfcolumn " rtnocoluinu " $100 500 760 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 Special notices 50 cents each. Ten lfnes con tUtuic an inch, WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Mrs. Folkety'a. M. Street, between 12th and IS Northwest, j U. Beller, Drujjgist, corner 16th and M llKet,Nrtl,weBt Henry Poland's, corner ii and PennByl- -nla Avenue, SouthweBt. VTm. L. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street KthweBt. ' pulladelphla House, 318 Pennsylvania Ave. VjrtUweBt. fcttb Washington Branch Office: Dr. R.S. !rt, Manager, 731 4J4 Street. ft'est WaBhlngton, JAMES L. TURNER W' Montgomery St. Sorlta WaBhlngton, PEOPLE'S BOOK srOBE, 1727 7 Street. N. W. Aexnurla. Va., BRANCH OFFICE, R....

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 February 1884

. dm- ! - - rrtiwi - m . !. i ' hi) t SM X'HLEJ NEWS. Eastern and Kiddle States. President Akthuk was the principal jcuest at a reception given b' the New York Union League club. The Pies.dnfc iras at tended by Secretaries Folder and Toller aud Attorney-General Bi-ewstor, and spent two ihours in slinluns hands -with members of the club, visitors, tluir wives and daughters. After the dinner there was a dance. Two hot-headed 3'ounj Brazilians residing in New York made arrangements to go to Canada and fight a duel, but repented when arrested, and shook hands in court. A committee of Pittsburg doctors report ed to the court that they had examined James 3S"utt, the slayer of Norman Dukes, and found Hum perfectly sane at the present time. The Judgo thereupon ordered his release. As Nuct passed into th3 street he was loudly cheered and followed by a large crowd. He left with his mother and sister for Uniontown, and at that place, as well as at various s-tations along the route, the young m...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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