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Every man lias his hobby. And in this respect we do not differ from other
men, for we have a hobby, too; but in addition we have a stock of
Stoves, Heaters, & 3Efcaxg,es?
that for quantity, quality and price cannot be equalled. It comprises
every 'style of sfove, from the smallest bedroom heater to the largest
range, which we are sellingwith our stock of Furniture, &c, on
. small Weekly or Monthly Payments.
Beware of imitations. And if you want the best range in the market, get
the "Eudden Range,57 which isfor sale only at
RUDDER'S FURNITURE INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
930 Seventh Street, n. ., 932 Washington, D. C.
0O candidate for low prices in
AND lEVAJVOY GOODS,
J. E. YOUNG.
GRAND FALL OPENING OF CLOAKS,
COMPRISING- THE LATEST STYLES & NOVELTIES.
Cashmeres in Black and Colored at the lowest prices.
Jersey in Endless Variety.
Table Linens, Ginghams, Cloth for men and boys wear, Ticking, Flan-
nels, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions, Buttons, Corsets, Gloves
and all such useful goods, generally fouud in a first class Store
DOl'T FORGET IHE NAME I NUMBER
FAMILY DRY & FANCY GOODS STORE.
J, E. YOIWG, Prop, 736 7tii St. Northwest.
$1 Bayers receive a RfcjD TICKET, 25 of which are good for a
handftome OI1L. PAiamnVG.
GIVE US A CALL.
WATTS & BRO
Wholesale and Retail-
DEALEES IN WOOD & COAL,
212 C ST. St W.
Between 2nd and 3rd Sts.
W A S H I 2sTGTO ST, D. C
Fair weight and measure. Orders
promptly attended to and delivered
to any part of the city.
FIRST EliSS D1DE1T1DK.
Establishment at 441 L St. n. w
Witli Coffins, Caskets, and all kinds
of furnishing materials, suitable
for accommodations, and supply
ing the General orders at the short
Edward !F- Broop
PLAN"OS, Orgaus, and Musical
Instruments, Sheet Music, &c.
Steinway, Gabler and other Pianos.
!Nb. 925 Peuusylvama Avenue,
Washington, D. C-
FOUND Anytime, Ice Cream
of the finest quality at John A
Gray, Jr's. Ice Cream parlors
1412 17th st.3 n. w.
BE. B,3. CAMPBELL.
231 2nd Street, Northwest.
One trial will give satisfaction.
WIHES, LIQUORS &
WASHINGTON, D. C.
oct. 30, t. f.
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;n Tinronn nn nriifTH
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tfrinar contracts mav
w made for it ?n
UrillTPri' rDR.SCOTT'S ian::
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Complete Novels and Other orkn, by Fnntoun
A u thorn, Altnoft Given Awny. The followmg hous
are published in utat pamphlet funn, and all arc primed
from cood type upon soud pnper. Thi-v treat ol a
great variety of subjects, &ud ve think do one cau eiamiue
the list without findiuc thereiu tnaiiy that he or she would
like to possess. In cloth-bound form these books would cost
91.00 each. Each book is complete iu itttll.
1. The Widow Bcdutt Pupcrn. This is the book
over which your grandmothers laughed till they cried, and
It is just as funny to-day as it ever -was.
2. Winter Evening Recreations, a large collection
of Actiuc Charades, Tableaux. Games, Puzzles, etc.. for so
cial gathcriugn, private theatricals, and oieuings at home.
3. Buck to the Old Home. A Novel. JJy Jlary
Cecil Hay. author of "Hidden Perils."
4. IHu'locut'K, ltecttutlonft uml Kenllre,a large
and choice collection for school exhibitions and public and
5. ThcSUindurd Letter Writer for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, a complete guide to correspondence, giving plain
directions for the composition of letters of every kind, with
innumerable forms and examples.
6. The Froren Iecp. A Novel. By IVilkie Collins,
author of The Woman in "hite," eta.
". Kcd Court Furm. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry
"Wood, author of East Lvunc," etc.
8. The Lady ofthcLnke. By Sir Walter Scott. "The
I.adv of the Lake i a romance in verse, and of all the
works or Scott, none is more beautiful than this.
S. In Cupid's Net- A Novel. By the author or
" Dora Thorne."
10. AmoH JSartcn. A Novel. By George Eliot, au
thor of "Adam Bede. " The Mill on the Floss," etc.
11. Ludy tliYcndolIne's Dreum. A Novel. By the
author of Dora Thorne."
12. The Myntery of the Holly Tree. A Novel. By
the author or "Dora Thorne."
13. The Budget of Wit, Humor und Fun, a large
collection of the funny stories, sketches, anecdotes, poems,
1. John Bowerbank Wife. A Sot el. By SHss
Unlock, author of "John Halifax, Gentleman." etc.
15. The Urny Woman. A Novel. By Mrs. Gaskell,
author of" Mary Barton." etc.
16. Sixteen Complete Storlcn by Popular Authors,
embracing love, h-m rous and detective stories, stories of
Docietv Hie, of adet.ture, of railway life, etc.. all very in
teresting. 17. Jumper IlnneV Secret. A Novel. By Miss M.
E. Braddou. author of "Aurora Floyd." etc.
IB. Fancy WorkforIIomeAdornnicnt,anentirely
new work upon this subject, containing easy and practical
instructions for making futicy baskets. ait pockets, brackets
needle work, embroidery, etc., etc., profusely and elegantly
19. Grimm' Fairy Storle for the Young. The
finest collection of fairy stories published. Tiie children
are delighted with them.
20. Manual of Etiquette for Ladles and Gentlemen, a
guide to politeness and good breeding, giving the rules of
modern etiquette for all occasions.
21. LVcful Knowledge for the Million, a handy
book of useful iutorruatiuu for all. upon many aud various
22. The Home Cook Book and I-utnlly l'liy!
clan, containing hundreds of excellent cooking recipes and
hints to housekeepers, also telling how to cure ail coumion
ailments by simple home remedies.
23. Mutincrxuiid Cutoiiiin Far Away Land, a
rctx lutcrotlug and intructUc ' -K of travels. decribing
tbe'peculiar life, habits, luauaerr and customs of the people
of foreign countries.
2i. S7 Populur Ballad. Same size as sheet music.
Words of all the o'.d aud new songs.
25. Called Buck. A Nod. By Hugh Conway.
26. At the World' Mercy. A Novel. By Florence
Warden, author of " The House on the Marsh," etc.
27. Mildred Trcvunton. A Novel. By "The Duch
ess. ' author of " Mollv Bawn." etc.
26 Dark Day. " A Novel. By the author of " Called
29. Shadow on the Pnow. A Novel. By B. L. Far
jeon, author of" Brcad-and-Cheese-and-Kisbes,'" etc
30. Leollne. A Not el. By Mary Cecil Hay. author of
" Brenda Yor.c. '
31. Gabriel' Marriage A Novel. By Wilkie Collins,
author of ' No"amc," etc.
82. Heaping the Whirlwind. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Haf. author of Old Middleton's Moncv." etc.
33. Dudley Cnrleon. A Novel. By Miss M. E. Brad
don, author vl "Lady Audley's Secret," etc.
34. A Golden Dawn. A Novel. By the author of
Dora Thome." etc.
35. Valeric' Fate. A Novel. By Mrs. Alexander, t".
thor or " The Wooing O't." etc.
36. Sinter Hose. A Notel. By Wilkie Cellins, author
or " The Woman in White." etc.
S7. Anne, a Novel. By Mr. Henry Wood, author of
" East Lvnnc
35. THc Laurel Buah. A Novel. By Miss Mulock,
author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
S). Koblnhon Crusoe. A thrilling narrative by Daniel
De Foc.describingthe adventuresofacastaway in the South
40. How to Make Poultry Pay. A practical and
Instructive series or articlec by Mr. P. H. Jacobs. Poultry
Editor of "The Farm and Garden," Phila.; illustrated.
41. ParlorMagle and Chemical Experiment, a
book which tell lw to perform hundreds of amusing tricks
in marie and instructive experiments with simple agents.
42. Gem of the Poet, containing charminc selec
tions from Tennyson, Longfellow, Whittier, Byron. Shelley.
Moore. Errant, and many other".
43. Building Plan for Practical, Lovr-cot
Houses. A full description and plans of Eight modern
bouses, ran cine in price from S500 to 4500. Illustrated. -
4. Anecdote of Public Men Washintrton. Frank
lin. Webster. Clay.Tilden, Lincoln. Scott. Grant. Garfield,
Gladstone. Butler, Hancock, Lee, and all the leading men
of the century
45. JEop' Fable. The work of an ancient renins.
Children have read them for centuries, and grown people
quote thea every day.
OUR UNEQUAIjED offer.
We have arranged -with the publishers
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five with one year's .subscription to our
paper for $3.00; or we will send any live
for 25 eta., or the whole forty-five for
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"THE WASHINGTON BEE."
Washington," D. C,
"We are now prepared to Berve
our customers, triencls and the
public, at summer pricey JFRESH
GOAL OF ALL GRADES, direct
from the raine3. Also sa,ved and
split OAK aud PINE WOOD.
Thanking our patrons for past
favors, we hope by strict attention
to business, to merit a continuance
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WASHINGTON, D. C.
ITS ORIGIN AND HISTORY.
An impartial aud faithful review-of
the causes and occurrences which
led to the great civil war.
JoJjlm. -&L.. Logan.
Illustrated with portraits of the
leading statesmen, of the period
covered by the book.
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The work will be published in
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STYLES AND PRICES
In fine cloth, gold stamp, - - S3.75
Iu full sheep, marbled edges; 5.00
In half turkey morocco, marbled
edges, 7.50. Iu full turkey morocco,
gilt edges, 10.00.
J. H. HELLER,
X BLUO-G-IS'J "
16th and M Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Watel Maker Ac
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
S. W. cor. 2nd C sts. N. AY., wish
es to announce to the people of
this vicinity, that he has now iu
stock, a careiufly selected full line
of fresh Groceries. He also pro
poses to make a specialty of butter
and eggs, aud Quinn's Alderney
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LOAN OFFICE, No. 361 Penn.
Ave., ii. w., Washington, D. C.
Money loaned on gold and Silver
Watches, diamonds, jewelry, pis
t.l!, guns, mechauiiul tools, ladies
aud gentlemen's wearing apparel.
Old gold and silver bought.
Repairing and Painting Roofs;
ll oping Tubs; Bottoming coal
Hods; all kinds of ice boxes, tin
und granite ware repaired. Arti
cles called for and delivered when
furnished. 405 3rd st. s. w.
T Z HOOVER
am tin r
Done in all branches, at lowest
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At HOLLS 237 Pa. Ave. n. w.
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oct. 9, 1 mon.
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W. C. T0tS0,
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iu reference to Claims in General,
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HOUSES FOU RENT
MONEY TO LOAN,
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HON. FRED. DOUGLASS,
The people ot this country who de
sire to read the four great speeches
of Hon. Fred. Douglass in pamphet
form can obtain them by sending
30 cents in postage stamps. The
pamphlet will contain the Louis
ville speech, and the three great
speeches delivered in this city
April 16th, '84, April 16th, J85 and
April 16th, 'S6 The occasions be
ing the anniversaries of the Eman
cipation of Slaves in the District of
Columbia. For 30 cents in postage
stamps a pamphlet will be sent to
any address in the Uuited States.
Or we will seud a copy of the Bee
for one year and Mr. Douglass
speeches for $2,20 cts.
"W. Calvin Chase,
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Washington, D. C.
TIRGINIA NOKMAL& COL
Petersburg, Va. Aug. 18, 1886.
MM TIRM OF THIS
-Will be opened-
regularly, on the 15th day of Sep
The Preparatory, Normal and
Collegiate Departments are duly
organized and students are invited
to attendance thereupon.
Any one the Professional De
partments, especially the Law, will
be promptly organized and con
ducted as necessity may require.
Terms : Board, room, fuel, light
and tuition will be furnished at
the lowest possible rates. Stud
ents will furnish their own bed lin
en, towels, wash bowls and pitch
ers, lamps and text books.
John Mercer Lais'gston,
WiNTFfi i lnYActIvo Md Intelligent, to
nnn l kU Utw I represent in her own locality
an old Arm. Referencesrequired. Permanent position
ndfijod salary. GAY & BEOS., 12 Barclay St.. 2w Y
Restaurant and Ladies and Gentlemen's
Dining Saloon. "'.'
Best brands of Whips. Liquors and Ci
gars. Oysters fried anU stewed.
N. W. Cor. 11th and I sts:, N. W.
ROBINSON PARKER .& CO.
Men's Boys' and Yoaths'
S. A. WSBB,
Dealer in New and Second-Hand
CLO T 3BL ITG
Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods,
610 4 Street, Southwest.
Gentlemen's Clothing Repaired, Dyed and
RenovatedHlghest'cn8h prices paid for cast
off clothing. Gentlemen.; waitd on tthelf
Gents desirous of obtaining a
good serviceable second-hand suit
or overcoat should patronize one
of the oldest establishments of its
kind iu the city,
JUSTH'S OLB STAH2L
619 D St. N. W
ST. LtJKFS CHUECH.
Teacher of music, can be seen
at the church or 15th and Madi
son st. from 9 to 12, or at 1629 P
st. n. w.
W. N. DAI.T02.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
No. 939, Pennsylvania Ave.,N. W.
Washington D. C.
J. CJ. STBATHER,
162512t.n street n.-w.
Crayon, OU, and Water Color Pictures
madefiom. small or large photograph on short
notice. Crayon pictures a specialty.
W: JEL. Harroyer
Stoves, Ranges & Furnaces
And Dealer in Table CutleryTin
ware, House Furnishing Goods etc
No 313 Seventh St, N.W WasiiD
1 per cent to 4 per cent per annum; three
months to a lifetime duration on good securi
$3.00 willsecure one BRUNSWICK 20-THA-LER
BOND and oue ITALIAN RED CROSS
BOND, the next redemption of wh.ch soon
tabes place. Every bond participates in four
Redemption Drawings annually, and has
more than one chance to obtain a premium
of from $20,000 to $100,000, as interest on the
Investment, aud the Bonds at all limes are
worth their face value, and must be redeemed
by their respective governments, the samt,
as our United States Government Bonds.
No Blanks. No Risk wnatever, and hun
dreds of opportunities for redemption, with
premiums ranging from $10 to $100.000 500,000
Lire being oue of the largest premiums. $3
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Remit S3 by ilouey Or ler, Draft, Registered
Letter or Express. Balance piyable in
monthly installments. U. S. Government
Bonds on monthly payments
Address for circulars, &c,
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42 Broadway, New York.
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curely wrapped, to any address in the United
States for three months on receipt of
Liberal discount allowed to postma
agents and clubs. Sample copies nvile
.. Address all orders to
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FrA3?ki,i- Square, N. Y
30,000 rL'O L.oan
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Real Estate Broker 10th F st. N. W. Washing
ton D. O
fields etc scarce, bnt those who write to
Stinson k Co.. Portland, Maine, will receiro
free, fall information about work which,
ther can do. and live at bomcthat will Day
them from & to $25 per day. Some hare
earned orer $3) in a day. Either sex. yonng or old. Capital
(wralred. Yoaarestarted free. Those who tart at esc
--.c- . "fiosg little foztaaec. All !.
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Rotary Movements, Ai.y
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Hon, Cylinder Shuttle, Vv"-:.
ting "Needle, Positive Feci, J "3
Springs, Few Paris, Mir..- -;
Weight, lTo Friction, 2o2':
2To Wear, No Fatlgz 2'o
"Tantrums' Capacity Unlsz
Med, Always in Order, Rz-j
Ornamented, JTickelplaii, ani
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Send for Circulars.
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HAS NO EQUAL.
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