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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 January 1883

0 . -i-tv I Wti ji"" r -.- -- .., j. . THE ( C- STEWART, BusiNESi Manager and Publisher Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recoanition according to Merit. W. C. CHASE, Editor ad ProruDiTaa . a--TSx A ' SLl4, 4 A BEE. 'VT VOL. 1. BOSTON SHOE HOUSE enioved to 924 7th Street, N. W. UAv& Fine Kid Button Boots, every pair -warranted LndieboatStriiiffht Goat Button Boots, every pair Warranted.'.'. oS OcntlPinpn'B Fine Frenoh Calf Boots reduced to.... miw"; 5(5 I InoW Kid and Pebble Goat Button Boots, .. 3.00 and 8.iJ0 t, l.pS Hand-Sewed Button BonRi ' from S1.00 up , iMir rominon Sense Kid Boots 7.V.. Gentlemen's Fine French Calf Boots and'shops BOSTON SHOE HOUSE, 924 Seventh Street, Northwest. C'S PALACE. 1 I H li -o::- :o:- WIN! Hnvinc rcf-nlvcd not to carry nnv Roodf, over, w -lmll inn.njjurnto TWO CLOSING-OUTSALES EVERY YEAR, OBTE IN -JANUARY AND ONE IN JTTLY. o: Wv therefore offer Our Extensive Stock nml I,mlir-,' Sa Ie to comraonce with the beginning sior'u i disposed of...

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. — 13 January 1883

' TTI-FWg H . I THE BEE. tf?U BUSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. C. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. C. C. STEWART, Bubiiicbb Manager. I III II . I M HI -II I Eutered at tho PoBtoffice at Washington", D. D., as Becond-olass matter. BUBScnmioN bltes ; 6 months - 18 " 1 " - iNinslo copies, - - - 100 50 20 5 ADVEBT1BIKO BATES: One inch, one month 'Ljj-col. pir I col. i inch one.year ( 'i-col. Pool. col. If M II $100 12 DO 20 00 10 00 10 00 25 00 85 00 75 00 both tie, fifteen votes were polled,the candidates voting for themselves In despair at having no chance himself, one member of the committee became vociferous in his demands thut t.hn rival candidates cut the proceedings short by flipping Up a cent. "This is given to tho World by Mr. Uamsdell's paper tus tt proceeding that may be re lied upon to give some idea of the methods of the colored voters of our free and enlightened republic." Mr. Kamsdell undoubtedly knows that the alleged proceedings are no mo...

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. — 13 January 1883

THE BEE. J" bciiek, Financial Manager JjuTtHE BEE CA2st BE GOT. fe j'olkety s, ji street, oetween ia ,3 13. Northwest. Ifa.v3p& Gray's, 4and Pennsylvania flniry Poland's, Southwest corner pennVlvania avenue, and 4 streets. 'p.vrf Booker's, 1116 F street, V .-thMf't. LOCALS. ,w " the time to subscribe for I r.mk II nil's, at 925 11th street, is ,ht , ' i to go if or a good stove-pipe. Thp ii'latc of the law school of jj, y.il niversitylwill take place to L ',. r cuing. j ,. rumored that our sweet little fr . .! Miv allie Ford, will be married tv ,rth tn;j gentleman in Boston, Mass. Mr & Mrs. King is the place after "J h public would do a great thing , tf mjt to tins establishment before ,r, wtn- K i all sold. jh. si lion) articles will be concluded ., ,' more numbers, after which m -li.ill pp some important informa- !i n Miionary. j- . j.copb who desire pianos, or n aii'l anything in the musical line, !" l I jr to John F. Ellis, on Pennsyl- r.. i?n:.. ...:n .. ',!. i .ivriiui...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 January 1883

ESSE "W , - - ,....... , . r - ... '-. g3ai!.IJjm- l: i 1 i TRADES THAT ARE FATAL. Hew Iiiraraee Men Regard Certain Ato- CatlOHB. In conversation with a prominent insurance journalist, the subject of unhealthy occupations was broached, and a New York Star reporter was in- formed that thousends of workmen were daily engaged in certain almost fatal trades. "There are many occupations," said the insurance man, "that are specially dangerous (I use the word in contrad istinction to the term unhealthf ul) to human life. I mean such occupations in which accidents are likely to happen, if extraordinary care is net used. Those workmen who in painting the houses have to stand on a suspended stagp, hanging often by a single rope, literally carry their lives in their hands. Masons and bricklayers engaged in the erection of high buildings stand in im minent danger of their lives. Sailors, fishermen, pilots, engineers, drivers of locomotives and car drivers all pursue dangerous occupations and li...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1883

j . 0. STEWAKT, Businxss Manager and TuDLLsnEB. Home Rufe, Industry, Justice. Equality and Recognition according to Merit. W. C. CHASE, Editor and Peoebieto;, VOL. t. -WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1883. NO. 2. Clearing - o LADIES' GOATS, DOLIANS AND GIRGOLARS. nnll lot still on hand that musrt ami willlH' eloped out rcjanUrss of cost to make room j:j:i('I)K SILK VELVETS AND PLUSHES in black mid all the desirable shades. ,., l I'.LAC.K AND COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, s I INS. HHADAMAS. all at srreatty re luced prices. HI ('K AND COLORED CASHMERES from m cents up. All the EVENING SHADES i,i Silks Satins, Cashmores, Albatross, and Nuns Veiling, fcc lln.t l'nrnishinc Goods in great variety- and very cheap. lit of bordered Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, pure linen, slightly soiled, at half -r -. Don't fail to look at them. J. A. "LUTTRELL & CO.. NO'S -o::- :o: - MAI Ituviri; resolved not to carry n senfls over, vie slsrdl iuaitffurntc TWO CLOSIXG-OUTSALES ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1883

Ba THE BEE. PTJBLI6BED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREEr, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. 0. 0. STEWART, Business Manager. Entered at tho Postoffice at Washington, D. D., as Bccond-olaes matter. i 1 00 j ectsceiption bites ; 6 months - 8 " 1 -"Single copies, - - - 50 . 20 5 iDVEETI8INa EATE8 : One inch, one month $100 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 25 00 "35 00 75 00 M-COl. MX 41 U-coL lcol. " " 1 inch one year '- fit: T I .l .. 41 .. 4 K -COL fl C01. l Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten linos constitute an inch. joi ceKusunicaUonB pertaining to tmeinpse jEauet be addueeed to the Business Manager 3itter for publication and on privato business must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction irfth the Bee, the mana gers hare established -a News Bureau of the Colored Press. Wo are prepared to furniBh biographies, special correspondence and newts items at a reasonable price. The object of the lsMA. Ii 4si iitfklt 4r1ti Xa.vmh.1. aZ 1 I utB.cmu.tB vi ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1883

.n mm a , THE BEE. ir hj Archer, Financial Manager LOCALS. Mh (iiibsie Blaok has been pro- j)r jjlyden delivered a fine address at tjipyew York Avenue Presbyterian fijiinl lust Sunday evening. Mr. Andrew Sialic has the thanks of tit Hcf fi'rJionatorPi'ndk'ton'K speech pn"tl" iivJ service reform. W call especial attention to the ?rp and varied stock that will be sold aVa sacrilice at Luttrell & Go's, 817 Market SpiU'C. r-a-l the Bee next week, it will r,.ntm review of Mr.M:E. Mathews' rH ( ni n -4.au 11, .and the hypothasis uxon v in.ii w ha-es his declaration, of Walter Winliold, one of our enter j.rismf,r colored men of this city, has (jiwd a first-class business on 7th ,tnH't. hot ween M and X streets, North west. Cigars, tobacco, beer, &c., in .iiininlaiiPi. tJive hini a call. Vldcr ('open, of Baltimore, preached ,iifi interesting and instructive ser mon at Vnion Bethel last Sunday luirli. Hi theme, "We would see jfviis"' was handled in a masterly way. The ringing by the ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1883

i I'M S si i It ( ! J THE EAST SIDE. 'Curious Sights m Pf w York's Great Tcme- t .uicut-IIonso District. If any part of this busy and prosaic city jof X ew York may bo called ro 'liisiutic, says tho Times of that city, it is that district lying between Jroad way and the East 'river and south of Fourteenth street the great section that is known (or unknown) to the rest of New York as "the East Side." The place where people live in tiers six and eight deep; where there is one inhabitant Ten' nearly to every square loot of ground: where more people are gathered together than in any other of leisure and spends an income of a city on this continent with the possible $100 a week. These bothersome tene exception of Philadelphia. Eoniance ment houses always will creep in. is paralyzed or killed outright by our . There arc more pleasant places there numbered streets and avenues, well worth looking at. In some of the Strangers in London delight in visit- streets are si ill standing little two...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1883

Af !fr! i J 3' -w;- . 2b .-. i; ? m tt 1 M ! f c STEWART, Busxsesj Manages and Publishes. W. 0. CHASE, Editor aud Peopbtetosu Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. roL. t. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1883. NO. 25. -i . w 'j raW --- ' J k . M - M 1 111 j 1 kcis.- s B M J fearing OF LADIES' COATS, DOLMANS AND CIRCULARS. , -." lot ptill on hand that must and -will be .. .rt.-rlc T1()CDE SILK VELVETS AND PLUSHES in black and all the desirable shades. rfu- 131 CK AND COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, 'i;,?, 1ZL JLf.lM.J.J " fc,w.i.k, i.,uux.cu. Jl.VO. "fLACS AND COLORED CASHMERES from 50 cents up. All the EVENING SHADES ilkF. ntiup. Uasnmcres, AiDatroBS, and JUnrxs veiling, &c i T -"i " Hnrr Goods in great variety and very cheap, i ;; -rjcrcd Damask Table Cloths and Napking, pure linen, Elightly soiled, at half- T .Trial 4 1-1 i4- 4hnm pCe rr i:,,Mlluiwttiuium. J. A. LUTTRELL & CO., INTERES OyB A&iWUAL SiFTIMG OF STOCK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1883

' rv V V wx , --,? S" T".. IP r . - f." .4 : i ,. 'r ' 4 -ic " X THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREEr, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. C. 0. STEWART, Business Manager. Entered at tbo Poetoffice at Washington, D. D., ae eocond-claes matter. BUBscBirnoK bates; 6 months -S " 1 -Bingld copies, - - ADTEBTIBIKa BATES : 100 50 - 20 5 One inch, one month UOO 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 25 00 35 00 75 00 Ijf-COl. Ix (i col. I ic tc 1 col. 1 inah ono year -cel. it col. Spccinl notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. i ii i i i , i All communications pertaining to buBinew must be addressed to tne Business Manager Matter for publication and on private busineBB must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have eatablished a News Bureau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news itemB at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau Ib to furnish co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1883

"? sfr'"" - WB W i TT-rrai THE BEE. W. L. Auciusb, Financial Manager WHERE THE BEE CAN RE GOT. MrsvPolkelys, M street, between 12 i and 13, Northwest. Payne & GrayX 4 and Pennsylvania avenue. Henry Poland', Southwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue, anil 4 streets. Hubert Rookoj1.,. 1116 P street, Northwest. LOCALS. Onr subscribers will please have t Vir money ready for the collector. We bhall deal no longer in the scandal business we want this distinctly Frank Hall's is the place to go to for Mip best fried oysters in the city, 923 11th Street, X. W.. Don't fail to subscribe for the Bee, the only live colored newspaper in the district. Patrick OTerrell of Connecticut, calls Hon. Frederick the black O'Con nerof America. The Rcv.Upshan occupied the pulpit at I'nion Bethel last Sunday night. Sermon good: attendance small. IV collector will be or hand to-day-Po not show surprise at his appear ence, but send him on his wav re joicing. Subscribers will please bear in mind that no bills...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1883

Vwi-J. rgvyy" 'pjrr3gy ;-"-'?""rs'"1v?.3 'r qjryy-j? w 'a- V TrjPTtTT- pr-T'-y T "1 I ' -J I " : 1 ? CTuTPPIffGiS FOE THE CURIOUS; The first street-car line in the Tvorld was the Fourth avenue line to Har lem, opened in IsTew York in 1832. At Stalvenfels-on-the-Bhine there is an ancient church reduced to ruins through a law-suit about tithes, which lasted forty years. Eats in a mine give warning of dan ger by running about uneasily, and in 1 great numbers. The miners are in clined to treat them with great kind ness. In 1816 Lord Schworterbuy gave 16,595 francs for a tooth of Isaac Xew ton, which is now set in a ring and worn by the eldest branch of that family. The oldest tree on earth is probably vthe cypress of Santa Maria del Tule, in fthe Mexican state of Oaxaca. It is (still growing, and dn 1851 it measured forty-two feet in diameter. Among the Romans of the first and 'second centuries were certain societies called Collerlia, the members of which took their meals, in common, an...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 February 1883

M (-IMN'Im-v - '& Wit i y BW3P -mwW V.La I S THE EB C Z -n JF T ' i$u r 92- C C STEWART, Business Manager akd Publishes. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. W. 0. OHASE, Editor asd PBorniEroB. aj VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, .1883. NO. 27. rT&fP l " IB Clearing our LADIES' COATS, DOLMANS AND. CIRCULARS. ernll lot still on hand that must and will be closed out regardless of cost to make room for Spring jrootR BRnCVPE SILK VELVETS AND PLUSHES in black and all the desirable shades piIN BLVCK AND COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, ;TIN'S. RHADAMAS, all at greatly reduced prices. ' ni 'K AND COLORED C ASHMERES from 50 cents up.' All the EVENING SHADES . .,: .. Safin. Cashmeres, Albatross, and in rT - Tiit.tiiiltiiirT lnnnc l rrnnv rA4 -. ,... . y ..-.. , vwU,u,.Ui,UUU """KU jinn i" i iiiiii-iiuiii; Mjjr, iu iuuk .nucij auu iorj cuciii. A lot of bordered Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, pure linen, slightly soiled, ...

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

'f : ' i K . I i -rft Ml THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. C. C. STEWART, Business Manager. Entered at tho PoBtoffice at Washington, D. D., as second-olaBs matter. BunscBirnox bates; 6 months - IS 100 5ft - 20 5 II " -'Single copies, t ADVEBTIS1NG BATE8; One inch, one month $1 ou. 'J-CUl. 'BIX t - 12 00 1 20D0i i col. tv - IC t - 40 00 10 00 - 25 00 35 00 - 75 00 il inch one year col. col. col. ii Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. Ail commnnicatloBB pertalnlsg to business muBt be addiessod to the Business Manager Matter for publication and on private business must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a News Bureau of tho Colored Press. We are prepared to furniBh biographies, special correspondence and newo items at a reasonable price. The object of tho bureau is to furnish colored journals with upocial Washingto...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 February 1883

r - in. v THE BEE. tfHERK THE BEE CAN BE GOT. Mi. Polkety's, M street, between 12 1 i Xortlnvest. paviip& Gray's, 4 and Pennsylvania Henry Poland's. Southwest corner , - pnnVlvmiia ;iv3nue and 4& streets. R,inTt Booker's. 1116 F street, yr, L. Oimse, 1100 I Street, . AV. iLOCALS. jl- work of puting the roof on ; ,, ,n jm'uiui viiuiwi i3 i"ugressmg - Ay. Nrxt Monday evening Rev. AV. A. T..niiril. Hwtur of St. John's Parish, ,- ;i ii'cfnrc on the life of Paul. jli. fuiH'iTt and exhibition given j! tljr rimir of Ehenezpr M. E. Church f,;, tf- th and 0th inst. was a grand ,.-i-i-. notwithstanding the in , aww) "It lie weather. Vi h-mrran be spent very profita ;;, ,.ry Monday evening, by com iniiinnjr at 8 o'clock at the Y. M.'C. A. V uln-h lime and place free lectures r MM) m interesting topics. rt;t -' W.uii the stone man at the corner i .Vh and K Street. X. Y., is one of j;, -in 4 I'Ijuts in the city to go and v,m .nr did stones exchanged for i.i-i :!- -. 'If your roof is full...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 February 1883

..M-jmu ! 1 Ml i ? !1 ft ti it i a t I 1 STUDEKT A30) EXECUHOSEE. Two Chinese Institutions Ylvldly Dcscribcu AKipidExuininnt ion Horrors of the Can ton Execution (Iround. Hcvj-'Selah Brown, in his travels through China, thus describes in a iletter to the Troy 'Times, two places of interest in Canton. On the eastern side of Canton is "Examination Hall," a place of extraordinary interest and excitement. Here an enclosure of about twelve acres, entirely surrounded hv a high wall, is set apart for a trien- nial competitive examination in the V , y y1 1 bout 10,000 student, young and old, who have already passed a first exami- nation, assemble here to pass the rigid ordeal of a second trial. So great is , the excitement that sometimes students nre crazed some even commit suicide, and others die from sheer nervous ex- haustion. AY hen one dies in his cell a hole is cut through the wall and the corpse put outside, as it is considered unlucky and ynhiwful to carry the corpse through the doo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 February 1883

CTVt. I- fLi, ft4l sIA'iiltii -J3S THE 5 .? 2&? '. .c c C. STEWABT, Businbss Makageb am Pdblkheb. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. W. 0. OHASE, Editor and Peopmetoe: -T - .r . y -r-c- - x .:'. - -f 6fi? "SjjL- Si7rs VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1883. NO. 28. CI earing Out Sale OF LADIES' COATS, DOLMANS AND CIRCULARS. t . . , ! j- ull on hand that must and trill be closed out regardless of cost to make room f r7'iKSILK VELVETS AND PLFSHES in black and all the desirable shades ,-VIN iil.VCK AND COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS TIs. I ii DAM Ah, all at greatly reduced prices. ( l iM'i ujji&u vyrt.oa.JLJi..o irom w cents up. All the EVENING SHATTER WINDSOR'S Sho THE II03IE D01T0I1. e Parlor i5. Cn?hmcres. Albatross, and Nuns Voilinc. fcc. . rijshin:: Goods in great variety and very cheap. '''!' Damask Table Cloths and Napldns, pure linen, slightly soiled, athalf- to look at them. J. A. LUTTRELL & CO.. -n ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 February 1883

r;"1? I I 9 I V I! I THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREET, N. W , WASHLTGTON, D. C. W. C. CHASE. E-iitor and Proprietor. G. C. STEWAlt I', liUBineaB Manager. Entered at tlio PoBtoflice at Washington, D. D., ae oecoud-claBB matter. Eunscnirnos iiates : G months ... an . . - . X . . i Single copies, - 100 50 20 5 ADVEETISINa RITES : One inch, one month $100 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 25 00 S5 00 75 00 w-coi. BIX -col. " iLcol. " t ii I inch one year -coJ. keel. L col. t Special notices, 50 cents each. Tea lines conetituie an inch. . au communications must be addi eiRod in 1 ons pertaining to Dueinrsa to the Business Manager Hatter for publication and on private bueineas taunt bo addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with tho Bee, the mana gers have established a Nows Bureau of the Colored Proas. We are prepared to furnish biocraphies, special correspondence and news items at a reasonable price. Tho object of tho bureau is to furnish colored journals with e...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 February 1883

"A THE BEE. TVIIERE THE BJEE CAX BE GOT. Mrs. Polkety's, -ti street, between 12 anil li Northwest. pavno & Gray's, -1 and Pennsylvania ai-nue. Ilf-nrv Poland's, Southwest corner ,,f Pennsylvania avenue, and 4 streets. H i.ert Booker's, 1116 F street, .rlJjWCSt. " Mr..L. Chase, 1109 I Street, X. Y. LOCALS. One of the finest places for our citi zens to go is at Lunsburg & Bros, dry goods store. jlon. B. Iv. Bruce and lady attended the Presidents reception last Tuesday evening- Hon . Fred. Douglass was a guest at fol. Kobcrt G Ingersoll's grand recep tion on Tuesday evening last. Y rail especial attention to the ai it cements of Messrs. Cornello, jl;inn and Baumgarten. Mr-. W. B. Avery, Kansas City, Mo. p.n a pleasant exhibition at Galbeth I":,.ii-1. lat "Wednesday evening. 'I iii- 1 uncial of Mr. Richard Vical t.M.K p!.'.'-e from Asbery Church, on 'jimrMlay afternoon, Mr. Frank "Ward received immense apli"S at For Cs on Tuesday enening, in "in play of Brutus, or the Fall of Ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 February 1883

I V 1 V 4 - i .... .. .,...-. "' ' , FOR THE FAIR SEX. J w v t TilnlltAtnnvilnMB. :4 It is said that no fewer than 4,000 women are annually caught stealing from Paris counters, and the number of titled ladies seized -with kleptoma nia while examining the fashions is almost incredible. Among recent cul prits were a Kussian princess, a Trench countess and an English duchess. liead Poisoning In Dressmakers. The American Medical Weekly says: Lead poisoning is often produced inan unsuspected manner. The occupation of drpssmaking might be regarded as one likely to bo exempt from it; yet a dressmaker just admitted into the Leeds dispensary, in England, was found to have a distinct blue line on her gums, with simultaneous symp toms, such as a furred tongue, inflam mation of the lips, and general debil ity all signs pointing to the proba bility of poisoning by lead. The physician in attendance for some time failed to discover the source of the lead poisoning, and -was begin ning to think the...

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