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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 July 1883

& - 5. - lJi&)iSkWf 4- "-- i & ? THE r gfEWART, BuBncass Manages ahd Pobldsheb, Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. f . j roL- ii- WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1883. n ' ' Lsi, iiiE'ii ii ---- - ' ;fA m dMfb topi H ,HI II IW II nrTTTTTTf WW I 1 fa's Palace 88UT REJOICING AMONG THE LADIES THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS at te.si : KING'S PALACE 1 814 VcJods to get a ive-uent iatf JJut We trr our Jbxiensive -wntcvmg- A'nuw. T ,. n r, til i . llirt , 1 : 1 n-. .n. t j aim ;j cants a ouncn only, rive ihousaud Flumes at 5o, ESTABLISHED 1SS5 137 Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Tenth Street PIAJSTOS --.ISTD ORGL4JSTS fGtale at I? eason able Prices, on Easy Terms. bg, Repairing and Moving promptly attended to. Cornets, Violins. Flutes, 1 l,. it j a wuwuns, ana everjwung m ,ne muBio line xor CASH OE ON IISTA.I-iM:E5I,!irT. JOBCISJ' E ELUrlS & COf, 937 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. THE NEW IDEA, w6 Seventh Street, Between I and K Streets- teadquarters f...

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. — 21 July 1883

MW gjiM BBl LI 'to 4 f r J m A ft! m.i'f r.t-im.iLumtmirpwnmmm THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY 6ATUIIDAY AT 110', Tcnornn vr xt ttt ocrt V1T1V T r I X OHHJUt, J. M., IIAPUU1U1V1', i. . W. 0. OHASE, Editor and Proprietor. G. C. SrEWAltr. BuBinees Manager. Uatiicrel nt the. Poatoffico at Washington, I). Il.. as eecond-claea matter. . .jfinuacxiirTios bates; ifiimontha - - - - 1 00 IS 50 11 " 20 USiokIo sojiiea. .... 5 ADVEnTIBIKG nATK8 : (tw uutih, ono month $1 00 iM ,1. pix " - - - 12 0u 1 J wrtl. " - - - 20 CO Iltnfl.- " " - - - 40 00 n u.ih ono rear - - - 10 00 'Si-o I. - - - 25 0-3 W. " 85 00 II mil. ' - - - 75 00 -iSprdal notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. All communications pertaining to buBinese muat bo addressed to the Business Manager Matter for publication and on private bn&inoss muBt bo addressed to tbo Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers havo established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biosraphic...

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. — 21 July 1883

THE BEE. lit' ' ,. . 1, UIIKRK WZ BEE CAN BE G0T 1 ,-irj 3U?tawniui. " j4 Vhtwe, llOi), Istreot, Northwest. ,. ij r.ilkinlwrn, next to city Postofiice !' 'pp'kotj's, M street, between 12 ami t j, .fi. i)ij-K' corner IGUi and M ,r' N lriJiwot '",', .' , iMUnd'e corner A and Fcnnsyl- ., Mlltl'S h'OHtllWOSt. 1 ,V ctoi. 12a LPoiiupylvjuiin avenue N . ,.rh i tflkv uf Tin: Bins. , ' I rreotnnn. coiner ir.th and M . s ., , ,, j, i,"i IluuscS-iS Pa. avenue N. AY nmgjrgUJm Jj()CALS. (i , , , lUtf ii Slveut for Tiusell's iee iT'Mi'1 ii. .ir-p'ing -I'j) encamp with the . kn w it s 'hard to be lef Gated, -,. u inu.4 take it you know. y t,. ;i number of excursionists ;,. I .ii '"'ah from Richmond this ji. ij- iorgrt the encampment of the U'iim'ton "Cadets. Read the adver t -Hi at on tho fourth page. j ' . citizens have addressed a letter . ,, r.imiiusPonerH thanking them on ,.; ..l.tments of the school trus- L-mK it the great j-acriliee that is jilmIpsI king's Place in hats :i-1 . J .-at hers an...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 July 1883

"".-.. f - - THE BUFFALO. His Tramp Will Soon lie Heard No More an the Plta-Ins His Wholesale ftl anphtcr. In going down the Yellowstone and acrosi the vast region lying between Glendive aid Mandan, writes a corre spondent, one is struck with tlie evi dent scarcity of game. This famous region, where, two or three years ago, herds of buffalo, antelope and deer were to be sean on every side, is now to all appearance shipped of its game. Por the entire distance from Living ston to Mandan I only saw two or three small bands of antelope, and not a sign of a deer or buffalo. The fact is the slaughter of buffalo and deer has been immense for the past two jears, and particularly of the former. It is estimated that during the pasc winter there have teen a thou sand hunters engaged in the business of slaughtering buffalo along the line of the Northern Pacific between Man dan and Living ton. An eagle-eyed hunter got aboard of the train at Glen dive, and he gave me the following in teresting de...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 July 1883

mM ye t(jM -. "wfl ,m mpwpwc''' Mcw jjw,mbj, imwexxj iw'tmmimitu'm .. J-4fc T THE BEE. ' ," Hi n 0. STEWABT, Bdeotbs Managee and Publisher. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and . Recognition according to Merit. W. 0.' OHASE, EditoB ahd Pbofbietob. ol. n- tt " if 9 IliHb Palace GREAT REJOICING AMONG THE LADIES T THE AVOXniSBFrL BARGAINS at 61Sekst-KING'S fle di not Compel our Customers to Buy One Dollar's Worth ct Goods to gel a Frve-Cent Hat, But We Are Determined to fliiiRjitw our Extensive and Fashionable Stock of Millinery Slaughtering" Prices. Our Thousand Desirable Hats at 4 Cents- Sold Formerly 2.1 and 50 Cents. 15500 Trimmed Hats at 7 Cents, Sold formerly at 50 Cents and 100. a i umI Heady Cape Mays at So cents only, Elegant Tuscan Hats at 18 cents. . .. h t..r SI. Elegant Shell Hats at 25 cents only. Elegant French Chip Hats at ', - ild formerly at 1. Elegant Colored Fine Leghorn Hats at 15 cents onlv, . i -t si. I.r.oo Elegant Prime White Plumes at 65 and 9o centf onl...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 July 1883

L f THE BEE. IPDBLI8BED EVERY SATURDAY AT 110c I STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0. THE BEK PUBLISHING COMPANY. lEnterSl aCtbo Tosto'SicG .at Washington, D. !D., as eecond-claea matter. STJTMrCBlFTION BATES : iGinionths - j - . 1 00 18 " - - - . 50 II -... ,- ,-, . 20 'JMnKlc loJitOH, - 5 ADVnri8iNa iiates: Quo incli, one month $1 0 -coi. eix " 12 0i' V col. " " - - - E0 00 llcol. " " - 40 00 H inch one year - 10 00 -col. " - - 25 00 -ool M 35 00 llcol. " - - - 75 00 Special noticeB, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. - Ail commnrucatiofifl pertaining to Dneinrea must be addro&Bed to the Badness Manager Matter for publication and on priTate business must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with tho Bee, the mftna gera havo established a News Bureau of the Colored Tress. Wo are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and ucwb items at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored Journals with apodal Washington l...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 July 1883

THE BEE. ., rP?J? .V AMXALD. Awf BMo. v HERE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. V-. U t&ase. 1109. Isfcree. 2srthwes is Pcttda-born. next to city Postotace j " Polketrs. M reL feetwwti 1 and 1 1 ' BeU. Drc?3ct- caraer 19th sad M . , Pola coraer 4?, sad Peanspl--vr . 1S6 Feaaerlvsaia svaae X W w- sirce f The Bee. U-- i S iret S. W. w Hose.&S Pa. avenae N. W JUOCALS. I advantage of the occasion and greater enjoyment could hare been se lected. Bssklesten ordained ministers the programme was fully carried dlit Ordination at the First gaptt Church 0th rteU btfreen G and IL comhieneed on Thursdav the 19th. at a o clock P, M. for the " purpose of examining lro. B. L. Philips for the work of the gospel ministrv. x ue council was orcamxetl hv trip choice of Rev. J. K. Holmes as moder ator and Rev. C. 11 . Cluing us clerk. After the call of the roll of the delegate- the folb'wmg churches wer--preat represented by their pastor and two delegates: the First Church tiie Fifth, the Zion, the Enon. and Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 July 1883

4 I M ff J; n' 1 :.f w I t ? 1 .1 If f? M i j ' &n t-vt; iWhr; ?5 ,jta i-' $ . HI ifc m Mi FENGEB DECORATORS. emctulag About Rings Their History and Ifow They Are Mn.dc. The word ring is derived from the Saxon and in that language denoted a circleor circular line, bearing almost the same significance it does to-day. The practice of wearing finger and ear rings is a very ancient one. Both are mentioned in the earliest hooks of the Bible, and their use seems to have been very common. According to Hero dotus, they were popular ornaments with the people of Babylon, and it is probable that from Asia the custom of wearing them passed into Greece and in this manner extended over the rest of Europe. They were also extensively worn in ancient Egypt and arc fre quently found represented sculptures and mentioned hieroglyphics. The Romans, who are said derived the use of rings from in in' the the to have the Sa- bines, wore them not alone for orna ment but for use as signets. Only free Roma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 August 1883

Km-w THE if tfM BEE. 1 i i 0 c ite iJSl x VfL l v b n .,as r I VOI- II. If" aiace SEAT REJOICING AMONG THE LADIES at THE WOXDERFUL BARGAINS at 814 Seventh St. ) mrKfVtf to A f & fin i 814 Sh q Northwest. rtiiiiTiifc v ; Mr j: We d ) not Compel our Customers to Buy One Dollar's Wnrth of Goods to get a Five;-Ceiit Hat, But We Are Ietermined tn Slaughter our Extensive and Fashionable Stock of Millinery at Slaughtering; Prices. iviy One Xnousana desirable Hat3 at 4 Cents. Sold Fnrmprl at 25 and 50 1 Cents 1,MD Trimmbi Kit a't 7 Cents TIoS Formerly at 50 Cents and $1.00. One Thousand Desirable Hat: U "ijl) nnd Ready" Capo Mays at 3o cents onlv. ElecantTiiRmn nt- i io If- ..nrly tor $1. Elegant Shell Hats nt 2T. cents only. SeJrtErSni': ,lBn? ,B,' 1 .,k..1j. sold formerly at $1. Elegant Colored Fine fegfJ1'1',? ,nt . 3 f .p-ny at 1. I,ooo Elegant Prime White Plumes at G5 and 9o cent onlv Uly' Come aiicl See Tliese Wonderful Bar F.iv'ant Sash Ribbons, 7 inches wide, at 25, 35 and r i "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 August 1883

T ' III f'J I i 3 t I f I'i J I f , i !lfl a w. , I ft ft t I THE BEE. IPDBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 110'. I STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. THE BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Entered at tho Foatoffice at Waphington, D ID., as eecond-cl&BB matter. BUBscBirnoK bates; 6 months 8 " II " -Hsingle'odpicB, 100 50 20 5 ADVERTISING HATES Odp inch, one month ii'Col. six. k col. if col. il unch one year Xcol. -col. (I 1 ool. t( IC 1 0( 12 0! 20 01 40 0d 10 0U 25 0f 85 00 75 ( Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an Inch. -- All communicatioBs pertaining to trasinpsa xrast be addressed to the Business Manager flatter for publication and on private business must bo addressed to tho Editor and Proprie tor." In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news items at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with special Washington le...

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. — 4 August 1883

THE BEE. "7 , ; U AKXALD, Avociatc Editor. - " . - vHrnr. Tin-' BEE CAK be G0T ,, ... T,fvjrflnt. x. . I i'-i-p. lW?3f I street, Northwest. , 1 r 'KuiiHJrn, next to city Postbffico jjjjf t V. M streot. botween 12 and T H lM,rr PraccW, comer lGih and M ,rPfi Noithweni. iimrt rolamJ' corner 4J4 and Fennsyl. lir Southwest. rnlilJi 1" 1205 TVuub;. Ivania avenue N rni ' W r I'... TJt.ri. n s 1 we. 7.1 ll street, S. W. m 1 l'n'enmn. rornor lfith and M 'Philadelphia HouGe.348 Pa. avenue N.W. LOCALS. i,rpp fxciirsion from Richmond , x,',im !'"- W"s week, p ' liijicrMjll and ex-Senator Dor 7, vilMmu' in town this -week. j!n iiii-iiniinnent at the Vanness (,,'ili-n. by the Washington Lauet i rj.,. .is largely attended. IinHi-r in the plncu to go to have your i t '" exchanged for new ones. M. I'.mlrr i ii fi able and accommoda Tin pirn ii to be. tendered to Police Hi!iipMn. at Kick's Park, l)y Mr. jtp.k Hall and others, will take ,! e on or about the 16th. Hr U.unpfidd, clerk of one of the s-i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 August 1883

"TP --r. r-Fk i E. ? WOHDSOF WISDDX. I '.33he offender never pardons. A room hung with pictures is a irooni hung -with thoughts. Kothiug helps the memory so much iasorder and classification. 2vo pleasure is comparable to stand ing on the vantage ground of .truth. The strength of criticism lies only (in the -weakness of the thinor criti cised. He that has light -within his own clear hrea-t may sit in the center and enjoy bright day. Fortune does not materially chancre men ; it ony unmasks them and shows J iwneir true character. Debt is a horse that is always throw tog its rider. Fools ride him bareback and without a bridle. There is nothing that so refines the face and mind as the constant pres ence of good thoughts. Tho heart of a beautiful woman, like that of a beautiful flower, may be ' the abode of a reptile. It is easy to pick out flaws in other (people's work, but far more profitable ito do better work yourself. "We are so made, so designed in our every fiber, that evil torture...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 August 1883

- .-. JwT,wr--rses-ir . JTE t VE TTTT? ! t ft - - Ji dM . iJ 21 Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. VOL- II. WASHINGTON, D. C SATUK DA Y, AUGUST II, 1883. NO. l'l.- II' ' s Palace GREAT REJOICING AMONG THE LADIES at THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS at 814 Seventh St. ) if I Uft'Q fj k I k PV 814 Seventh St. Northwest IUH(J& F AL Auii ) Northwest- We do not Compel our Customers to Buy One Dollar's Worth of Goods to get a .Five-Gent fiat, 3ut We Are Determined to Slaughter our Extensive and Fashionable Stock of MDlinery at Slaughtering Prices. One Thousand Desirable Hats at 4 Cents, Sold Formerly at 25 and 50 Cents. 1,533 Trunin:! Hats at 7 Cents, Sold Formerly at 50 Cents and $1. 00- Rough and Ready Cape Mays at ?o cents only. Elegant Tuscan Hats at IS cents, nid formerly for ?J. Elegant Shell Hats at 25 cents only.' Elegant French Chip Hats at 1 contp only, sold formerly at $1. Elegant Colored Fine Leghorn Hals at 15 cents oulv, nld formerly at fcl. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 August 1883

i . 1 1 ii 'J & If THE BEE. THE BEE PUBLISHING' COMPANY- Entered at tbo PoBtoffice at Wafihington, D. D., as eecond-clafis matter. BTOSCBIFTIOIT BATES : 6 montha 13 " a ? - Single copicB, 5'.' 20 PUBLISHED EJERY'sATUf DAXAT lltf. I BTBEEr, xTflNAmiifoTtigD- - ? ADVEBTISOia BATES Z Oneindh, onenionth''T - - tl 0- jf-ail. six ' . - , - - 12 0- k-coL " " - - - 2w Icol. " --- 4it Hunch one rear - - - 10 0 -ouL " - - r -R y-ccl. " - - - S5 w Icol." " - " - WW' SpcciBl notices, 50 conte each. Ten Hues conotitute an inch. , au oommnnicauona pertaining to musinetsfi mu8t be addreefi&d to the Business Manager flatter for publication and on private bntiiceaa must be addroaBed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. Wo aro prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news items at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to famish colored journals -with special Washington letter...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 August 1883

'W'H m'""BVIlWMWML"U i wmmmm O -c THE BEE. TliL BEE FUBI ISHIKG COMPANY. WHEFE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. TrrjiMK.v Kestauront. Mr-. L. Chase, 1109, I street Northwest. II B. Polkinborn, next to city Postoffice Mr Polketj'. M street, between 12 and j?, Noitliw'Rt. j U Bellr, Druggist, corner lGth and M street. Northwest- Henr ToJancVs corner 4 and Pennsyl Tnnia avenue. Southwest. Pook "tore, 1205 Penneylvnnin avenue N Branrh Oflice of The Bee. pr fl S. Law 731 4 street, S. W. Win. L- Freeman, corner 15th and M tfr6t Philadelphia House.348 Pa. avenue. K. W LOCALS. Xou- i the time to subscribe for the JJee There will be a picnic given by the ,sjmrta Club next week. fall at the new oflice of the Bee nrxt week and see how you like it. Quit1 v number of persons attended thi v nrion given by the Ready Club M-n i.i. Autrust 6th. Miss Lal'ijrtie X orris will leave the for Boston, Mass.,next week where l.i will spend the remainder of the Miiiimcr. Persons finding their paper marked v ill know that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 August 1883

" f r- - - :i f f M' t . FOE THE FATE SEX. HiiBt Make Her Qvra Standard. This is the opinion of Mrs. D. H. B. Goodale, in an article in Education, on "Mothers as Educators:' If God made man and woman unlike, for dif ferent work and this "we believe then no man can teach woman what of life there is a great realm of com mon riches, common pursuits, which may be shared or diyided into a thou sand varying proportions to mutual advantage and delight; but for the most specific and individual work she j can take her orders lrom that power alone which rules alL She must see clearer, determine more firmly, act 'more enthusiastically and devoully on her own true lines than man can do or suggest. She must make her own standards, her own methods. A New Opening for Women. A new opening for women. Jeames having become almost unbearable by his conceit and his laziness aid his drunkenness, some Londoners have been employing lackey esses, if we may coin that word. Certainly if there is no conservati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 August 1883

PWHWW XSt-2. - - mr- tm . miii&mm.L (wu f1"! tv r ' ., v . THE f. BTP1 Tl ' MB 5U 9 -: z.z.a,',, i TT ii Home Rule, IndQstry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. :l II. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1883. NO. 12. . rwmtjmji wwwwlm iwiu WW '"n n JJpf J pHHC JKBteTHH S -" C.W VbHLdHP P9 5 alace SEAT REJOICING AMONG THE LADIES at THE WOXHEBFUL BARGAINS at 8 4 Seventh St. ) f Jlin'Q B k I A PF i 814 Seventh St. Northwest. f MR II O F All Aula J Northwest. ;Ve d not Compel our Customers to Buy One Dollar's Worth of Goods -to get a Five-Cent Hatf But "We AreDetermined to Slaughter our Extensive and Fashionable Stock of Millinery ol Slaughtering- Prices. J One hoiisand Desirable Hats at 4 Cents, Sold Formerly at 25 and 53 Cents. 1,500 Trimmed Hats at 7 Cents, Sold FcimerJy at 50 Cents and $1.00. ;h and RendJ Cape Mays at -k cents only. Elegant Tuscan Hats at 18 cents, 1 ' ' "T1 fo.r ?L klogant bhell Hats at 25 cents only. Elegant French Chip Hats at . - mil)...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 August 1883

H ii I Iff 'K f fc fet.' Iff i 1 THE BEE. 1PUBLI3UED EVERY SATURDAY AT 110'. ISTREEC, N. W , WASHINGTON, D. 0. THE BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Etitornl at the Poatoffico at Washington, D ID., as beuoud-claBu matter. subscription ewes; '6 months 11 " -iciingls oopieft. lot s' 2( ADVEUT1SIKO BATES 1 One inch, one month 1 o 12 H lti 2S0 85 f 75 -& six ra (1 vmch one vur.r 'Stf-enl. t otA " II It (( ( H ool. Sprcitl unices, 50 cents each. Ten Ht'oa eo:ittitule an inch. au communicauona pertaining to Diuineca most be addressed to the BusineBD Manager Matter for publication and on prirate business rauat be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana- tjera have established a News Bureau of the Colored Press. "We are prepared to furnish biographies, Bpecial correspondence and news items at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to farniBh colored journals "with srecial Washington letters when they have co special correspondents. We have some of t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 August 1883

""F"'S"" T" '' R ' " y" THE BEE. 1H1 BEE PDiLISHEiG COMPLY. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. Treasury Restaurant. Ir. L. Crurae, 1109, 1 street, Northwest H 3. Tolkinborn, next to city Postoffice m,-. r 'ko:j '?. M street, between 12 and j H Heller. Drupcist, corner lGth and M t'rft etl. .onui- T ;., avpnw. South west. I , j; Mire. 1-W Pennsylvania avenue N Dr R S. lnwf- 31 4 street, S. W. m L Freeman, corner 15th and M V Sadelpliia House,348 Pa. avenue. N. W LOCAL. jK out fur fall the marriages next Br Bi:e will go into its new hive Dr wvenson's church, on M street, il, l nmn Bethel, is neaily finished. Thr lii:K will not be late any more. V o hall go into our new olllcu next 'fclv. Mr Charles f rusar, late of Callen (j's Minsirels, was married in Alex laiirui last AVcdnesday evening. TV jmhtcM man in the Government ':.) olment is Mr.W. S. Dupee, Secre- i Lhh'mIh'-, private messenger. Mr. (Jforge "V. Pains has become a f . ! Mnec recruit. He is now a ) r (if the Sons of Temperance. um fil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 August 1883

Ml "W!wPTr;vF"ir- ?rr """&' - '.rr i 'v it, ?' ta JJW !llM." iaim.-Bw f-tj-.' XIJJUWWX"1 '-li J f -L ia' " "-iiw ., ihm.hc i.i 4 t j ;i! iH- 4' THE HUMAN KOSE 'A vi TntnKAml -- ImnniM -t l4tt TTuaIhT M-t angry tweak which it had never recov ered. The tip of the Lauit.r nose should not be too sharply pointed nor too obtuse; the lower contour formed with precision, and connection neither too pointed or too large; Uir sides of the nrTse must distinctly piesent them selves so that the nostrils agreeably foreshorten at the bottom and in the profile; the base must be one-third the length, the nostrils should draw more or less to a point and become rounded as they recede; while the ridge should be formed archwise; and, lastly, the upper parcmuBL unite witn tne arcu of the eyebrow, and dimensions on the side of the eye must be at least a half an inch. Great men have frequently ill-constructed noses. Small noses, oblique in profile, are confined to people with gentleness of temper, forbe...

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