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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 February 1884

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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 February 1884

lrgpW!3f w s i - l.t .4 fcT T. v, i I i i r Iv It lu ii-1 ltm THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 I ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postoffice at "Washington D. C, as second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year - 82.00 Six months - - . - 1.00 Three months - - - - .50 City subscribers, monthly - - .20 ADVERTISING RATES: One inch, one month - - SI 00 Quarter column " " - - 5 00 Half column " " - - - 7 50 One column " " - - 15 00 One inch, one year - - - - - JO 00 Quarter column " - - 55 00 Half column " - - - - 75 00 One column " - - 150 0D Special notices 50 cents each. Ten lines con stitute an inch. We disclaim any responsibility for state ments expressed by our correspondents neither do wa indorse all they Bay. Correspondence on living topics is solicited, but to have attention must be brief. Communications for publication must le accompanied with the writer's name. Not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. All communication...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 February 1884

-'m'ma'ir'-j -V TKEHJ BETE. gJfCTRDAT, FEB. 16, 1884. B. B. R03INS0N, Business Manager. BEK PUBLISHING COMPANY. "climates of advertising furnished on appll- r'b' . l.l n,l.rnrt1i.nmnntcil'lll ir,t -twin Objecuoimuit--'- "-" n.UUUb .inserted at any price. All remittances nld be made by draft, postal money order. sb or registered letter. Money forwarded CXPnv other way, is at the sender's risk. In lBndlng rae-v' the araouut nnd what ll iB for "hould distinctly Btated. S business letters, etc.. should ue address- 6(1 ,0 &g- Business Manager The Bee. Washington D. C. "S here the bee can be had. Mrs. l'olkety's.M. Street, between 12th and is oi th west. TH.Beller, Druggist, corner lGth and M .trt Northwest. Henry Poland's, corner Ai and Pennsyl ta Avenue, Southwest, vni. L. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street PhlladSpliia House. 318 Pennsylvania Ave. ortwc!t. VBt Washington, JAMES L. TURNER in- Monlgoruery St. yorth Washington. PEOPLE'S BOOK srOKE. 1"27 7 Street, N. W. ' Ateondrta, Va...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 February 1884

'jir r ""-TpJ,flrT' I 4 T si1 i - ) 4 I : m Xa stern sad JCiddle States. ' "Billy-" McGlokt, the most notorious of Jew York dance-house keepars, has been sentenced to six months imprisonment for violation of the excise law. 'GovERXOBRofcixsox, Mayor Martin, and many other promineut people attended Wendell Phillips' funeral in Boston. The remains lay in state in Faneuil hal, where Ihey were viewed by thousands. Fifty farmers from all over the counirv were present at the annual convention of the Araer.can Agricultural association in "Vow VArl A nrwit tvr rSI-j4 ?- C? the tor Vance, of KorU Carolina, on '-The Or- -w J.vio -Jt I u.4 J V.'1UVQU 4Z3Ll.jt .-JJi- I ganuation of Farmers for Political Pro- r.ecMon,77 and other papers of interest to fanners were read Three Irish laborers wer struck bv a night express train near Biden, Perm., and instantly killed. Fire broke out at night in the factory of Grossman &Kluentner, Allanto-wn, Pcnn., to tally destroying it and a number of small b...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 February 1884

?. fTwPwUfJ??!, 4 r- - - . -' : 1 V II 1 1 i Si 4 , xlf HNIii THE n- Ws i i : sirr t L- i"t MmmK '3it- m w -W" tv && nor . ; AK9r .mym md md . ,..&,. ...., . ; . jr lV V- '--- ' - ' -' '- ' ' '; : '"c -T " .npOjwr .. , ',v"tt - . . .... ,. Terms. $200 per year. VOL-H. roB MEN, YOUTHS AT FINE THE MISFIT STORE CORNER 10th AND F STREETS. Uaaot be surpassed in variety of. style, reliability of materia, thoroughness W varUnvanehijvperfeclion offit. orelegance ofrinish, fls&nsare25 to 10 per cent luwcr than those of any house in the city. "" OVEEOOATS FOR MEN AT f.V wortli $3 $G. worth $10; $7, worth 12, worth $20; 15, worth $25; 20, worth 35. Jf.'A worth 1.50; 3.75, worth 6; 5, flO, worth lbs 12, worth 20. Ml' l f w..rth $1:1: 10 worth 15; $12, worth 20; 15, worth $25; 20, worth 35 1 .ill 3 i Jilai-k Suits at 55, worth $45. BOY'S & CHILDREN'S SUITS AT f: -111 &? KS3$& f0: 5, 1vorft $9: -th S1 A splendid assortment from 2 up. Best make, from 2 up. These goods a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 February 1884

mtVW' U i-1 it i ;l m Mia A UIM RE THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the PoBtofflce at "Washington D. C., as second-claBB matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year- - 82.00 Six months ... - 1.00 Three months - .50 City subscribers, monthly - - 220 ADVERTISING RATES: One Inch, one month - - SI 00 Quarter column " " - - 5 00 Half column M " - - 7 50 One column ' 4 - - 15 00 One inch, one year - - 10 00 Quarter column " - - 55 00 Half column " - - - - 75 001 One column " - 150 00 Special notices 50 cents each. Ten lines con stitute an inch, We disclaim any responsibility for state ments expressed by our correspondents neither do we Indorse all they say. Correspondence on living topics is solicited, but to have attention must be brier. Communications for publication must be accompanied with the writer's name. Not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. i i All communications relating to the Editor ial or News d...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 February 1884

TBpv T wWTn V 1 rgtXEl BEE. jgTyEB. 23, 1884. -Tn ttOSINSON, Business Kanager. gTISHlNG COMPANY. Trt0f advertising furnished on appli pt ii ,-ctionRblo advertisements will not v j)rit , .... a mft nostal money order. ' Jlfi?! made bv draft, postal money order. 'oB'J mistered letter. Money forwarded ,xp hW. 'sutthe Bender'B rl8k In anJ ou' amount and what It is for .!. 1VM.. " KJ?bl'diCllyBtated c -mil1 "' ,.., . , l.m.mUl.'-.." . , glflOI ' ,.11kUISUH-.' ,,., ,, :- - i "" c lpttefB. eW.. Miuum uc nuuiew Kt bu'"1 "" JJ HuBlneBB Manager The Bkk. WaBhlngton D. C. Tr THE BEE CAN BE HAD. ii1iMtv,B.M. Street, between 12th and ISr. DrniWtet. coruer 16th ana M vortliweht. '' U'olaiuVs, corner 4VS al Pennsyl veiiue. Southwest. i FrtHjiimn. corner 15th and M. Street iphte House. 31S Pennsylvania Ave. ViUnsUm. JAMES L. TURNER SVa..' BRANCH OFFICE. M. L. Manager, No. 182, South Columbus itretf TJsoX, CeMil Agent. Subscribe for the Ukk. Twenty cents per month. It will contain all the news. For s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 February 1884

-"W-tr JtITV ' -73srwr'-"'f,y"v IP: t'l Ml if Kb 'IK if 81 T I ft i I : . rt I t t l , i i 'J' H v i IV V - ff it ( r .. u t rt ) t !. i' 1S.I' if! ' t: . i t ' J1 anja :lv:ew. Eastern una Kiddle States. New York lias been shrouded in the densest fog which has prevailed there for years. Navigation on the rivers was almost entirety suspended and business was very much impeded. TnE mining village of Olyphaut, Penn., was panic-stricken by a sud len rise in the Lackawanna rivr, which ilooJel tha low lyinp: streets and surnrised a numbsr of families in their houses. The women and children were remove! to a place of saiety on the backs of the miners, who waded at creat -peril through the swift current that was making its way along ibe streets. A girl of i eventeen years waT drowned. A large meeting was held in New York in favor of the bill .civins the mayc. the right to nominate public officers without (making confirmation by the board of alder men necessary. William M. Evarts and others ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 March 1884

'ff s i ?$ -3&i. 3J' H4 THE ? H. V f. - iff 1 Terms. $200 per year. 0ur Liberties we pnze and ourghts we will Maintain. I J ; 5 cents per copy tfy rrztrr T s iiJr - : -r. 11 v'OL-U fraCi toe MEN, YOUTHS AT E MISFIT STORE, CORNER fiOth AND F STREETS. Ua&ot be surpassed in variety of style, reliability of material, thoroughness md workmanship, perfection of fit, or elegance of finish, while.prices are 25 to tOpcr cent lower than those of any house in the city. 0VBECOATS FOR MEN AT r. north C?. k worth $10; $7, worth $13; $S, worth $15; $10, worth $1S; 1. worth $2U; 15, worth $25; $20, worth 35. i-1 :' worth $1.50: $3.75, worth $6; $5, worth $U; $6, worth $10; $S, worth $15; 1 1 . worth $1S; $12, worth 20. ,N'S ARID YOUTHS' SUITS AT $- worth $13: $10 worth $15; $12, worth $20; $15, worth -$25; $20, worth $35 I ull Drpbs Mack Suits at $25, worth $45. BOY'S l CHILDREN'S SUITS AT p 75, worth $4; $3.50, worth $6; $4, worth $7.50; $5, worth $9; $6, worth $10 7 :,, worth $12; $9, wor...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 March 1884

i I ft I I u 'P i ! E tl :i . ! -J I1 I t r. 5 1 4 il m i ! .r r J n f ! JL.fci Ci JeSJe1Je1. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1109 I ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the PoBtofflce at Washington D. C., as Becond-clasB matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year - 2.00 8ixmonthB ... - j.oo Three months - - - .50 City (subscribers, monthly - - .20 ADVERTISING RATES: One Inch, one month - - $1 00 Quarter column " " - - 5 00 Half column - - - 7 50 One column " " - - 15 00 One Inch, one year - - 10 00 Quarter column " - - 55 00 Half column " - - - - 75 00 One column " - - 150 00 Special notices 50 centB each. Ten lines con stitute an Inch, We disclaim any responsibility for state ments expressed by our correspondents neither do wa indorse all they Bay. Correspondence on living topics is solicited, but to have attention must be brief. Communications for publication must be accompanied with the writer's name. Not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of eood faith. All commu...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 March 1884

THIS BEE. sArUHDAY,MAR.lr 1884. K. B. R03IKS0N, Business Manager. JE BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. t , imatcb of advertising: furnished on appll objectionable advertlbementsviU not l,AUU'.rteclnt nny price. All remlltanoeB to ''iTbenmde by dmrt. postal money order. 6)1011 j, r i clbiered letter. Money forwarded eXTothoAw is at the sender's risk. In 11 "Sic money, the amount and what It Is for cnd,"J.ti,,.tlv stated. ,cW".....Hrfi,ieU.VBtatd rtJOUW -" - AUbuSiiebblrttcrs. etc., should oe address ed to i- UuslnebS Manager The Bee. Washington D. C. TmVRK THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Mt. 1'olUety's. M. Street, between 12th and 'yeHeV, Drugglbt. corner 10th ana M crrtt Northwest. Sun 1'olHHd's. corner 4H and Pennsyl ia Avenue, Southwest. WW L. Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street hlShlu House, 318 Penn sylvanla Ave. t wibhlnBton. JAMES L. TURNER llVM:;SUVa..SBHANCH OFFICE. M. L. Munaer, .No. 162, South Columbus iireet ""pfluXSOlV, Gen'I Agent. Subscribe for the BEE. Twenty cents per month. It will contai...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 March 1884

J&CWV'?sll '""""veaWT? w? " r t v.- ,- J ? h !i S i Wffc ." 1'' .: j? kV'i Ik lj i I 3 hi if i1 rs. I ,rXEUE TEWS. Eastern and Kiddle: States. By an explosion of lire damp in a mine neai fJnfontoivn, Penn., nineteen miners "were killed, and others had a narrow escape from suffocation. After being twice buried and twice disin terred, and after 11,000 miles of stransre wan derings, the bodies of the ten heroes of the lost Jeannette have once more reached the land from which they went forth to death. The steamship Frisia arrived at New York with the remains of Lieutenant Commander George W. DeLong; Jerome J. Collins, meteorologist of the expedition: Dr. James M. Ambler, surgeon; Walter Lea, George Washington Boyd, Henry Hansen Knaacfc, Carl Augustus Gortz, Adolf Dressier and jSTelse Ivorson, seamen, and Ah Sam, cook. The remains of Collins were sent to Cork, Ireland, those of Boj-d to Alexandria, Ta.f and those of Dr. Ambler to Philadelphia. The remains of the others were buried at...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 March 1884

?l" gFT -.- : "w a. -.--: f. -3P rt5T- '? .?.. 7. 'S : .f "21 ; AV. ; 1 . ' t'S . i- "' THE .X. ,rf3'- .-" VOL- II. -FOB MEN, YOUTHS JlT Terms. $200 ,per year. FINE E MISFIT STORE, CORNER 10th AND F STREETS. I li Unnot be surpassed in variety of style, reliability of material, thoroughness rod workmanship, perfection of fit,, or elegance of finish, while prices are 25 to 10 per cent lower than those of any house in the city. OVERCOATS FOE MEN AT ?. worth $S; $, worth 10; $7, worth $13; S, worth $15; 10, worth SIS' ill, worth $2U; 15, worth 25; $20, worth $35. 9 tf -v. worth $ 1.50; S3.75,-ivorth $6; $5, fi worth 1S; $12, worth $20. ERI! ? worth $13: $10 worth $15; $12, worth $20; $15, worth 25; $20, worth $S5 1 -ill Dress J31ack Suits at $25, worth $45. BOY'S & CHILDREN'S SUITS AT '5. worth U; $3.50, worth $6; $4. worth $7.50; $5, worth $9; $6, worth $10 t7 :.", uorth $12; $9, worth $15; $10, worth $18. FA-lsTTSI A splendid assortment from $2 up. Cs-Sl:IKE3E2E&39 ?"- make, f...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 March 1884

T IiT I V TiBDE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY AT 1109 I ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postofllce at Washington D. C, as Becond-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year - jSixmontliB -Three months - Gity subscribers, monthly - $2.00 1.00 .50 .20 ADVERTISING RATES : One inch, one month - - $1 00 (Quarter column " " - - 5 00 Half column " " - - - 7 50 One column " '" - - 15 00 One Inch, one year - - - - 10 00 Quarter column " - - 55 00 Half column " - - - - 75 00 One column " - - 150 00 Special notices 50 cents each. Ten lines con Htltute an inch, We disclaim any responsibility for state tmonts exprebsed by our correspondents meither do va indorse all they say. Correspondence on living topics is solicited, ibut to have attention muhtbe brief. Communications for publication must ibe accompanied with the writer's name. Xot necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of cood faith. All communications relating to the Editor ial orNewsdepartmeutbhould be address...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 March 1884

THIS TURPAY, MAR. 8, 1884. .-"ree publishing company. ' vroates of advertising furnished on M i.Ku.tinnnble advertisements w appll 111 not cfll,ou' .....; t miv price. All remittances ?,i be made by draft, postal money order. ' s or registered letter. Money forwarded eXPrth other way. Is at the sender's risk. In iD ?L money, the amount and what it la for fnd be distinctly stated. Ju business letters, etc.. should oe adureBB- t0 ts- Business Manaeer The Bee. Washington D. C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. Polkety's. M. Street, between 12th and TneHer, Druggist, corner 10th ana M " . Northwest, ''nenry Poland's, corner 4V5 and Pennsyl- m I venue. Southwest. WL Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street Sladdpnto House. SI8 Pennsylvania Ave. Wl.HiBton. JAMES L. TURNER "VSrHANCH OFFICE, M. L, at i -182 ni ColumbU8 street. riiiASSOy, GenM Agent. Subscribe for the Bee. Twenty cents per month. It n-ffl contain all the news. For sue by all ncwsdealeis In the city There ib a letter h offlce for Alexander...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 March 1884

' 'vr3?J"rGs? -cpr'' W" W ' ,"T"5W' VT "T? t M .: m 2 fi r THE NEWS. Eastern and Kiddle States. Arc ocean si earner collided with a tu? boat near New "STorlr, awl the latter went to the bottom with two of her crow. Representatives of prison management from twenty-two Stat93 met in New York and discussed the various methods of man aging prisons. At Newport, R. L, the officers and crew of the revenue cutter Dexter were publicly presented r-'solutions recognizing their gal lantry in aiding the survivors of the City of Columbus disaster. Ex-Govj:unob R. D. Hubbakd died at Hartford, Conn., of Bricht's dissase. A FiRE in a New York tenement house has wiped out an entire family. The flames were discovered in the early morning, and when subdued it was found that Cornelius Van Riper, forty years old, and bis three children aged respectively thirteen,nineand two years, had been burned to death. Hvs. Van Riper, aged thirty-two years, jumped from a win dow and broke- her neck. A FROPOSED b'll t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 March 1884

T- ' " - i TT " Ml I TlMir Tl Hi i ifc ! THE !' 4-4 BEE. Terms. $200 per year. VOL. II. FOR IBM, YOUTHS AT THE M CORNER iOth AD F STREETS. lOTwt be surpassed m variety of style. reliability of material, t aid tToamanship, perfection of fit, or elegance of finish, while pric piper at lower than those of any house in the citv OVERCOATS -, uoith.. worth $10; $7, worth $13; $S, worth ?15; 810 worth 1R. II worth ?; $15, worth 25; 20, worth $05. ?18, f2 :.? lSthSa $6; H MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SUITS AT BOY'S & CHILDHBH'B SUITS AT t:7'. w. it1.fi $3.50, worth $6; $4, worth $7.50; $5, worth 9- 6 worth 10 t7-'.u.nh$2,,,vorth$15;$10,worth$lS. ' "0lLh$1 A splendid assortment from $2 up. GS-OSSSLA.XMOS'RS. -t v aU- from C2 up. These good3 are k " ' u- ?uM;uon guaranteea or TJ. a.a:iA njL.MA II M.ike no mistake and come to the m MOST Ul UiO miSM OIUSG, UUl. 1UU1 riii m - v h ir s v ma F" a b 6"o rr n b d s e PUL BOOK EVER P A Book The throughout the country BOOK OF BOOB". " 50,000, 'pH ,4f RiCAN i...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 March 1884

it -- v f 'I t (M - ji '.; . i ' - J f r j -"'. ; V fiv ii 1 . ! -. f , ' 1 : . ! ' 1 m V ItIF E f n i 1. I i J- .- , ( 4 Ji i . 61 S-J tf 9 1 T3HE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY AT 1109 1 ST., N. W., WASH., D. C. Entered at the Postofllce at "Washington D. C., as second-class -matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, per year - - S2.00 Six months - 1.00 Three months - - - .50 Gity subscribers, monthly - - .20 ADVERTISING RATES: One Inch, one month Quarter column - Half column " " - One column . One Inch, one year -. . -Quarter column " Halfcolumn " -One column " Special notices 50 cents each. Ten lines con stitute an inch, SI 00 5 00 750 15 00 10 00 55 00 75 00 150 00 We disclaim any responsibility for state ments expressed by our correspondents neither do wa Indorse all they say. Correspondence on living topics is solicited, but to have attention must be brief. Communications for publication must be accompanied with the writer's name. Not necessarily for publication, but as a guara...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 March 1884

THIS SEE. -sATCRDAY, MAR. 15f 1884. ., RpE PUBLISHING COMPANY. jtw - lt.h of advertising furnished-on appll- H"u . iDiectionable auveriiBemenis-Wtiunoi ai ' .. mt anv price. All remittances l "j bt-made v draft P8tal money order, &i"'U ,)i roRistered letter. Money forwarded exP1'"' ir Wfty t is at the Bender's risk. In 111 Bl X money. the nniount and what it is for 6t!U:.n distinctly stated. tlloU;J jnebs letters, etc.. should oe address ed to HiislnesB Manacer The Bee. Washington D. C. 2" IrHPRE THE BEE CAN BE HAD. 1)rtIK,.tyb.M. Street, between 12th and p jon"" ' Hi-ugglsl, corner 10th and M 1 li. !"" v,t Nortliwl,t ,r1'' .. iv onrnnr 4l and Pennsvl- ht. .. At.tilUO. souunvebw L-1 l Freeman, corner 15th and M. Street S!SpliH liouse' 3IS PeUU s'lvauia Ave' JAMES L. TURNER 7 BACKOFFICE. II. U ,"". MKiBer. 182' SouUl Columbus "TjTlAXSOX, Gen'l Agent. Slllcn for the Bee. Twenty cents per month. It wtt contain all the news. For sale by all new-dealers in the city 1 uere is a letter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 March 1884

",L'y?"W! r X znfrrTT u m A , n ' .. ' n ?1 ii ; 4,t ' R? i i- I f I I - i ft I !; i I! I ' t w, H ' 1"' n J -- i , 'i ' 1 : ! W ( f 1 I I; TWBEE rCElSS. Eastern and Middle States. From a circular issued atPittsbunr,Fcnn., by the United States Brewers' association, at appear, Jhat the brewers and liquor deal ers of the- country are taking steps to or ganize politically without regard to party. The boiler in J. T. Trees' dyeing establish ment at Lawrence, 31aiS., explode 1, killing John Trees. Jr.. the engineer, and fatally in juring William ilorelaudand Michael Cro nin, two employes. So great was the force of the explosion that the three buildings were shattered into splinters. Pieces of the boiler and debris were thrown 400 feet, crashing through roofs of dwellings, but for tunately injured no one. Jay Gould, the noted Kew York financier, failed the other day from New York in his famous yacht Atalanta for the "West Indies. The boiler of tho Boston mill, at Bryant's Pond, Me., explo...

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