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LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Rooms with Board
Restaurant and Ladies and Gentlemen's
Best brands of Wines. Liquors and Ci
gais. Oystt-rs fried and stewed.
N. W. Cor. 11th and I sts.s N. W.
THE LIGHT RUSHlMg
Every man has his hobby. Aud in this respect we do not differ from other
men, for we have a hobby, too; but in addition we liave a stock of
Stoves, Heaters, Sc lEJlng-es,
that for quantity, quality and price cannot be equalled. It comprises
'every style of stove, from the smallest bedroom heater to the largest
range, which we are selling with our stock of Furniture, &c, on
small Weekly or Monthly Payments.
Beware of imitations. And if you want the best range in the market, ge
the "Budden Range," which is'for sale only at
EUDDEN'S FURNITURE INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
930 Seventh Street, n. w., 932 Washington, D. C.
yr .mk . a
MESe MC. CABS,
jggjgTHE MOST CONVENIENT PLACE
IN THE CITY AND IN ONE OF
THE MOST POPULAR
922 11 st n. w. 922 11 st. n. w
ROBINSON PARKER & CO.
Men's Boys7 and Yomlis'
Our candidate for low prices iti
j&JSD FAJSCY GOODS,
J. E. YOUNG.
GRAND FALL OPENOfi F CLOAKS,
COMPRISING THE LATEST STYLES & NOVELTIES.
Cashmeres in Black and Colored at the lowest prices.
Jerseys in Esid'ess YitrieSy.
Table Liuens, Ginghams, Cloth for men and boys wear, Ticking, Flan
nels, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions, Buttons, Corsets, Gloves
and all such useful goods, generally found in a first class Store.
OOI'T FORGET TEE HUE I NUMBER
FAMILT DRY & FAlS'CY GOODS STORE.
J.. E. YOUNG, Prop, 738 7h St. Northwest.
$1 Bayers receive a RfcD TICRE F, 25 of wh cli are good for a
frandnome OH P imrrilVC
J. H. BELLER,
16th and M Streets, n. w
" P. WADDLETON,
"Wateli Maker &:
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Repairing and Painting Roofs;
H oping Tubs; Bottoming coal
Hods; all kiuds of ice boxes, tin
and granite ware repaired. Arti
cles called for and delivered when
furnished. 405 3rd st. s. w.
T Z; HOOVER
$6nd in all branches, at lowest
Price. All work in first class style.
1513 9th STREET, N.W.
Wieeliig & Pifteb urg
3 ior 5c. $1.25 per hundred.
At HOLL'S 237 Pa. Ave. n. w.
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE &
oct. 9, 1 mon.
'.EXTRA INDUCEMENTS ! !
fci Go to
Next door to Adam's Exprep of
fice, 223 Penna. Ave., N. W.,
maizes all wool pants from $5.00
up. Call and see me before pur
Complete Novels and Other Works, by Famous
Author, Almost Given Away. The following IkjoIu
urc published iu ueal paniphk-t form, and all ore printed
from good type upon good paper. They treat of a
great variety or Mibjtcts, and we tnink no one can examine
the list without finding therein ruauy that he or she would
like to jiost-esi. In cloth-bound form these boo is would cost
91.00 each. Each book is complete in itself.
1- The Widow IJcdott Pper. This is the book
over which your grandmothers laughed till they cried, and
it is just as funny to-day as it ever waa.
2. Winter Evening Kccreutlonn, a large collection
of Acting Charades. Tableaux, Games, Puzzles, etc., torso
ial gatherings, private theatricals, and evenings at home.
3. Buck to the Old Home. A Noel. By llarj
Cecil Hav. author of "Hidden Perils."
4. Dialogues, Keeltntlonn und Kcudlnga.& largs
and choice collection for school exhibition!, antl public and
5. The Standard Letter Writer for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, a complete guide to correspondence, giving plain
directions for thecompositiou of letters of every kind, with
Innumerable forms and examples,
6. The Frozen Deep. A Novel. By "Vrilkie Collini,
author of The Woman in AVhite," etc.
7. Ked Court Farm. A Novel. By Mn. Henry
Wood, author of ' East Lvnne," etc.
8. ThcLndyoftheLnke. By Sir Walter Scott. "The
I.ady of the Lake ' is a romance in verse, and of all th
works of Scott, none is more beautiful thau this.
9. In C-upidV Net- A Novel. By the author or
" Dora Thome.
10. Amon Barten. A Novel. By Georjre Eliot, au
thor of "Adam Bede," "The Mill on the Floss," etc.
11. Lady Gwendoline' Dream. A Novel. By th
author of Dora Thorue.' '
12. The Mystery or the Holly Tree. A Novel. By
the author or Dora Thome. '
13. The Budget of Wit, Ilumor and Fun, a largs
collection of the funny stories, sketches, anecdotes, poems,
It. John BowerbankV Wife. A Novel. By Miss
Mulock. author of -.'ohu Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
15. The Bray Woman. A Novel. By Mrs. Gaskell,
author of" Mary Barton." etc.
16. Sixteen "Complete Storlen by Popular Authors,
embracing love, humorous and detective stories, stories of
t ocietv lite, of adventure, of railway life, etc.. all very in
wresting. IT. Juftpcr DaneV Secret. A Novel. By Miss ST.
E. Braddou. author of "Aurora Floyd," etc.
. IS. Fancy Work for Home Adornment, an entirely
new work upon this subject, containing easy aud practical
instructions tor making fancy baskets, wall pockets, brackets
needle work, embroidery, etc., etc., profu5ely and elegantly
19. GrlmmV Fairy Stories for the Young. The
flnut collection of tairy ttoriti published. The children
are delighted with them.
10. Mununl of Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen, a
guide to politeness and cood breeding, git ing the rules of
modern etiquette for all occasious.
21- Uoeful Knowledge for the Million, a handy
book of usetul intorraation for all, upon many aud various
22. The Home Cook Book and Fumlly Physi
cian, containing hundreds of excellent cooking recipes and
hints to housekeeper?, also telling bow to cure all common
ailment by simple home remedies.
23. Munncrwund Custom In Far A way Lands, a
very iutwstinc and instructive book' of travels, describing
tbe peculiar life, habits, manners and customs of the people
or foreign countries.
!i. 87 Popular BullntK Same tiie as sheet nuiic.
Words of all the oid aud new songs.
25. Culled Buck. A Novel. By Hugh Conway.
26. At the World's Mercy. A Novel. By Florence
Warden, author of- The House on the Marsh." etc.
S". Mildred Trevunlon. A Novel. By "The Duch
ess," author or " Molli Dawn, ' etc.
23. Dark Days. " A Novel. By the author or " Called
29. Shadow on the Snow. A Novel. By B. L. Far
jeon, author of " Bread-and-Cheese-and-Kises,"etc
30. Leollne. A Novel. By Mary Cecil Hay, author of
31. Gabriel's Marrlnge. A Novel. By Wilkie CoUint,
author of No Name," etc.
32. Itenplng the Whirlwind, A Novel. BjMary
Cecil Hay. author of " Old Jiiddteton's Monev." etc.
33. Dudley Carleon. A Novel. By Miss M. E. Brad
don, author of "Lady Audley's Secret," etc
34. A Golden Dawn. A Novel. By the author of
" Dora Thorne,"" etc.
35. Valerie's Fate. A Novel. By Mrs. Alexander, n
thor of " The Wooing O't." etc
36. SUtcr Hose. Novel. Bv Wilkie Cellins, author
or " The Woman in White." etc.
37. Anne. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry Wood, author of
" East Lvnne."
33. Th'c Laurel Bush. A Novel. By Miss Mulock:,
author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
39. Itohlnson Crusoe. -A thrilling narrative by Daniel
De Foe, describing the adventures or a castaway in tfie South
40. How to Make Poultry Pay. A practical and
instructive senes of articles by Mr. P. H. Jacobs, Poultry
Editor or "The Farm and Garden." Phila.; illustrated.
41. ParlorMugle and Chemical Experiments, a
book which tells how to perform hundreds of amusing tricks
in marie and instructive experiments with simple agents.
42. Gems of the Poets, containing charging selec
tions from Tennyson. Longfellow, Whittier, Byron, Shelley,
Moore. Brrant, and raanv others.
43. Building Plan's for Practical, Low-con t
Houses. A full description and plans of Eight modem
houses, ranging in price from C.VK) to 4500. Illustrated,
44. Anecdotes of Puhllo Men Washington, Frank
lin. Webster. Oay. Tl den. Lincoln. Scott. Grant. Garfield.
Gladstone. Butler, Hancock, Lee, and all the leading men
45. JEsop's Fables. The work of an ancient genius.
Children have read them for centuries, and grown people
quote iheta everv day.
OTJR UNEQUAIED OFFER.
We have rtrranped -with the publishers
of these books to furnish the whole forty
five with one year's subscription to our
?aper for S3.0O; Or we will send any five
or 25 cts.. or the whole forty-five for
$1.50. Address all orders to publishers of
"THE WASHINGTON. BEJB,"
Washington, D. C,
At the "Bee" Office,
1109 I Street, JN. W., near 11th,
where ?ou can get
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Benevolent Societies, Social Clubs
Military Organizations, ancl La
bor and Trades Unions.
ALL WORK READY WHEN
We have purchased an entire
outfit of New Type with the most
appioved modern styles, enabling
us to exe ute our work with satis
tacti n to all.
We invite you to call and in
spect our office, even if you have
uothing for us to do.
NATIONAL PRINTING CO.,
1109 I Street, N. W.
ITS ORIGIN AND HISTORY.
An impartial and faithful review of
the causes and occurrences which
led to the great civil war.
Jolm -A., Logan.
Illustrated with portraits of the
leading statesmen of the period
covered by the book.
SOLD ONLYBr SUBSCRIPTION.
The work will be published in
one volume, octavo size, of about
600 pages, from new plates, on fine
book paper, and substantially
STYLES AND PRIC S
In fiue cloth, gold stamp, - - $3.75
Iu full sheep, marbled edges, 5.00
In half turkey morocco, marbled
edges, 7.50. Iu full turkey morocco,
gilt edges, 10.00.
ANN OUNCE ME NT.
M XT R 18, .A. Y f
- G R 0 C R.
S. W. cor. 2nd C sts. N. W., wish
es to anuouuee to the people of
tins vicinity, that lie has now in
stock, a caretully selected full line
of fresh Groceries. He also pro
poses to make a specialty of butter
and eggs, aud Quinn's Alderney
milk. "A nimble sixpence better
then a slow shilling." Give me a
We C. TOIiSOH,
Claim Agent, Bounty and Pen
sions made a specialty. Commu
nications through mail, from all
parts of the country may be sent
in reference to Claims in General,
which will receive prompt atten
tion. 1630 7th St., N. W.
HOUSES EOU RENT
MONEY TO LOAN,
W, -k Stewart,
Cor. Tenth and F Streets, N. W.
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, '85 and
April 16th, 'S6. The occasions be
ing the anniversaries of the Eman
cipation of Slaves in the District of
Columbia. For 30 cents iu postage
stamps a pamphlet will be sent to
any address in the Uuited States.
Or we will send a copy of the Bee
for oue year and Mr. Douglass
speeches for $2,20 cts.
W. Calvin Chask,
Editor of the Bee 1109 I st. n. w
Washington, D. C.
"yiRGINIA NORMAL & COL
Petersburg, Va. Aug. is, 1SS6.
FAM TERM 0? THIS
-Will be opeued-
regularly, on the 15th day of Sep
The Preparatory, Normal and
Collegiate Departments are duly
organized and stndents are invited
to attendance thereupon.
Any one the Professional De
partments, especially the Law, will
be promptly organized aud 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 Langston,
Ramey &z Cliew,
We are now prepared to serve
our customers, friends and the
public, at summer prices FRESH
COAL OF ALL GRADES, direct
from the mines. Also sa.ved and
split OAK and PINE WOOD.
Thanking our patrons for past
favors, we hope by strict attention
to business, to meritacontinuauce
of the Bume. Give U3 a call.
Rainey & Chew,
1802-4 11th Street, N. W.
L. G. FLETCHER,
Solicitor oi Fire
1322 B Street, N. E.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
LOAN OFFICE, No. 361 Penn.
Ave., n. w., Washington, D. 0.
Money loaned on gold and Silver
Watches, diamonds, jewelry, pis
tDlp, guns, mechanical tools, "l adit s
and geutlemen's wearing apparelf
Old gold and silver bought.
. A. WXBB,
Dealer in New and Second-Hand
CJLO T H TNG
Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods,
610 4 Street, Southwest.
WASHIWGTOW, D. C.
Gentlemen's Clothing Repaired, Dyed and
Renovated, Highest cash prices paid for cast
offclothiug. Gentlemen waited on atthelr
Gents desirous of obtaining a
good serviceable second-hand suit
or overcoat should patronize one
oi the oldest establishments of its
kind in the city,
JUTSTH'S LB STANB.
619 D St. N. W.
ST. JUKI'S CHUECH.
Teacher of music, can be seen
at the church or loth and Madi
son st. from 9 to 12, or at 1629 P
st. u. w.
W. N. Damon.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
Aro. 939, Pennsylvania Ave.? N. W.
Washington T. C.
J. r;. STRATOER,
1625 12fi street n. w.
Crayon, Oil, aud Water Color Pictures
made fiom small or large photograph on short
notice. Crayon pictures a specialty.
W: 53L Harrover
Stoves, Ranges & Fornaees
And Dealer in Table Cutlery,Tm-
ware, House Jb urnishing Goods etc
No 313 Seventh St, H". W WasUD
1 per cent to 4 per cent ner annum: threp
months to a lifetime duration on good securi
$3.00 will secure one BRUNSWICK 20-THA-LER
BOND and one ITALIAN RED CROSS
UOND, the next redemption of wh ch soon
takes place. Every bond participates in four
Redemption Drawings annually, and has
more than one chance to obtain a premium
of from 820,000 to 8100.000, as Interest on the
investment, and the Bonds at all times are
worth their face value, and must beredeemed
by their respective governments, the sjimu
as our United States Government Bonds.
jSo Blanks. No Rjsk wtiatever, and hun
dreds of opportunities for redemption, with
pieiniuiuB niuging irom siu io 51W.UUU 500,000
Lire being one of the largest premiums. $3
will secure oue of these bonds for the next
Remit S3 by iIoi.ey Or ler. Draft, Registered
Letter or Express. Balance payable Id
monthly installments. U. S. Government
Bonds on monthly payments
Address for circulars, &c,
C. W. FOSTER, BAnkek,
42 Broadway, New York.
The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed se
curely wrapped, to any address in the United
States for three months on receipt of
Liberal discount allowed to postma
agents and clubs. SamDle copies m-ile
Address all ordera to
RICHARD K. FOX,
Franklin Square, N. Y
205000 TLO Loan
IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
OR ON SHORT NOTICE. BY
JR. I. JRXJirriTS-
Real Estate Broker 10th F st. N. W. Washing
toil D. (J
I fields are (Cirre. hnt 4Knu vTin mrrttm. tn.
Sdnson 4 Co.,PortIand, Maine, will receiTo
iree, iuii miormauon sDout work which
ther can do. Afid llvaal hmnf ihatwfll n.-r
' them from S tn IKtw it Rm ....
earaedoTerj50lnaday. Either sex. jooskot old. Capital
MZTflnired. You are ttaited tree. TkoMwhattartatossv
HAS NO EQUAL.
M Home Sewing laotoe Co.
30 Unton Square, H.Y, Chicago,!!!. St. Louis, Mo
Atlanta, Ga. Dallas, Tex. San Franciico, Cal. '
FOR SALE BV
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New Mechanized .F,-. . .- J s
and Rotary Movements, A:, y
maiic, Direct and Perfc?: Ai
Hon, Cylinder Shuttle, ,-'Vr
iing JtTeedle, Positive Feed, !'
Springs, Few Parts, Min--i
Weight, JSFo Friction, JTo 2'::c
ITo Wear, 2o Faiigur, 2')
"Tantrums," Capa?z:y. Ur2.n
iied, Always in 0cir E:""n2y
Ornamented, fTickclvlaid, and '
Gives Perfect Satisfaction.
Send for CirAzrz
AVERY MACHINE CO.,
812 Broadway, r39w York.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
I'O Spruce St., New York.
Send "Oct3. fop 100-Page Pamphlet
OUR No. 14 BUCCY.
"We manufacture Open and Top Bug
gies, consisting of the Side Spring. Enl
Spring, Brewster, Timken and Edward
Also various styles of Two-Seated Car
riages, Wagons, Cutters and Sleighs.
OUR No. 5 WAGON.
Liberal discount to the trade.
Send for Catalogue and Prices before
H0TGHK1N CARRIAGE WORKS,
SYRACUSE, N. Y,
Belnjr fully aware of 'v
ereat interest the lad a"
ukiae m KensinztonW x'
we have prepared a Com
plotflOutfltcontaininOO i'crforated Stamplns pt
tern, on best jfovernment
bond parchment Paper. i
different, including Sprays
of Golden Rod, Pansies
Wild Roses, forger
Outlines of Boy, O.rl. B' K'
Spiders. Storks,S; oiiops ' r
Skirts. Crazy Stitch V'
:erns,Crystai Etchmgs.B- r
ders, Pontl Lilies, Tahs.
chei.alsol Bozislue8tailnscPoW(Ier.l Hox 'White
Ctasplac Powder, 1 Patent reTcrxlblePonaet. r. .
full and complete directions for Kensington Stamping; an I
Eaibroidarr. Kensington Painting Lustre. Metallic F'rtcr
I and Irridesccnt Paintinif. Colors used and mixing of C ' rs.
Ribbon Embroidery. Chtnillo and Arasene Wor!c. Crrret
Colon of all th diaerent flowers. Description of every su:.1!
' used In ambroidery.&c.. making a complete Outfit that i n-
not be bought at retail for less than J4.00. To introduce
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD, the larjre, 33 pags IUuStr .-ed
Mziin devoted to the interests of the Country H me
asa Household. w will send one of these Outfits complete
Era sad postpaid, to any lady who will send 25s for
1 1 T. subscription to the Magazine. Five for 5. Money
' f&eerfully refunded if not mora than satisfactory. Address
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Box 49. Hartford. Conn.
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