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Evry man lias his bobby. Aud in this
men, ior we nave auouuv, too, uuu in-auuiuou we uc oiubo. ui
Stoves, Heaters, &: B.Rng'es,
tbat for quantity, quality and price caunot be equalled. It comprises
every style of stove, from the smallest bedroom heater to the largest
range, which we are celling with our stock of Furniture, &c, on
small Weekly or Monthly Payments.
Beware of imitations. Aud if you want the best range in the market, ge
fl$Biidden Range," which is for sale only at
UDDERS FURNITURE INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
930 Seventh Street, n. w , 932 Washington, D. C.
(he candidate for
AND FANCY G
J. E. YOUNG.
tiKAM) FALL OI'ElUW OF CLOAKS,
COMPRISING THE LATEST STYLES & NOVELTIES.
Cashmeres in Black and Colored at the lowest prices.
Jerseys In Endless VarEely,
Table Linens, 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.
DON'T FORGET THE NAME & NUMBER,
FAMILY DRY & FANCY GOODS STOKE.
J". E. YOUNG, Prop,
$i Buyers receive a Rt;D TICKET, 25 of which are
andsome OIJL PAOHTEWG.
For sale in washijstgtot at
SEWING MA CH JEE EMPORIUM. g.
No. 427 Mmli &t , n w. 5
SOLE AGENT FOR TOE SILENT WHITE
warns automatic; sewieg- machines. s
Central Office for the
J. B. RICHMOND, Manager.
J. H. J3ELLER,
16th and M Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Wtclx Marker &:
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
FIHST CUSS DIBEHTIKIIE.
Establish ment at 441 L St. n. w
Witli Coffins, Caskets, and allkinds
of furnishing materials, suitable
for accommodations, and supply
ing the General orders at the short
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS ! !
w. ee :e& w
Next door to Adam's Express of
fice, 223 Penna. Ave., N. W,
makes all wool pants from $5 00
up. Call and see me before pur
JECeHvarxt E Droop
PIANOS, Organs, and Musical
Instruments, Sheet Music, &c.
Stein way, Gabler and other Piano3
No. 925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
"Washington, D. C.
respect we do not differ from other I
low prices in
736 7th St. Northwest.
o d for
Wheeling & Pittsburg
3 ior 5c. $1.25 per hundred.
At HOLL'S 237 Pa. Ave. n. w.
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE &
oct. 9, 1 mon.
DAYID A. BERRY,
No. 403 3rd Street, Southwest,
Washington, D. C.
Ready made coffins of every de
scription constantly on hand.' All
orders attended to at shortest no
tice. Tenns reasonable. Every
thing strictly first class.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST
HOUSE IN THE CITY IS
013 7th ST., N. W.
The easiest weekly or monthly Pay
ments taken on Furniture, Carpets,
Oil Cloth and Dry Goods. Try us
before buyiug elsewhere.
Dry Goods a specialty.
Fine Wines Choice Brandies,
Old Whiskfe, Oysters in Ev
MEALS SERVED TO ORDER.
A Fine Pool Table.
J. O. HOLMES, Proprietor,
333 Va. Ave., s.w., Wash'ton,D. C.
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m fill I I I lil ?XS
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u 1 BlJUIULJ 'Sals:
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Military Organizations, and La
bor aud Trades TJuious.
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We have purchased an entire
outfit of New Type with the most
approved modern styles,enabliug
us to execute our work with satis
facti n to all.
We invite you to call and in
spect our office, even if you have
nothing for us to do.
NATIONAL PRINTING CO.,
1109 I Street, N. W.
Restaurant and Ladies and Gentlemen's
Best brandsf of Wines, Liquors and Ci
gars. Oysters fried and stewed.
N. "W. Cor. 11th and I sts., N. W.
ROBINSON PARKER & CO.
leu's Hoys' and Youths9
arS. S. E. GDR.SEVENTHBhNDD STS..R.W
S. A. WEBB,
Dealer in New and Second-Hand
CLO T H ITV3
Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods,
610 4J Street, Southwest.
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Gentlemen's Clothing Repaired, Dyed and
Renovated, Highest cnah prices paid for cast
off clothing, Gentlemen waltwijon atthelr
Gents desirous of obtaining a
good serviceable second-hand suit
or overcoat should patronize one
of the oldest establishments of its
kind in the city,
JUSTH'S 0X.B STAHBc
619 D St. N. W. "
LOANOFEICE, No. 361 Penn.
Ave., n. w., Washington, D. O.
Money loaned on gold and Silver
Watcbes, diamonds, jewelry, pis
tils, guns, mechani2al tools, ladies
and gentlemen's wearing apparel.
Old gold and silver bought.
L. G. FLETCHER,
Solicitor ox Fire
1322 B Street, N. E.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
BE. H, J, GAMPBIUi.
234 2nd Street, Northwest.
One trial will give satisfaction.
wxhss mimic &
WASHINGTON, D. C.
oct. 30, t. f.
rpHE GARRISON HOTEL.
3J:2PENN. AVE.n.w., W ftl'ii I
Everything First Class.
Meals at all Hours.
Ladies and Gents Dining Room,
Jbred A. Dyson, Proprietor
NATIONAL BENEFIT AND
11. T. Greener, president, James
A. Matthews, vice pres., W. IL
Thomas, sec, Jesse Bumbry,
agent aud business manager, at
516 9th st., n. w. Office hours
from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Certifi
cates writ en up fiom 100 to
J. .. STRATHER
162512th. street n. w.l
Crayon, Oil, and Water Color Pictures
made fiom small or large photograph on short
notice. Crayon pictures a s peciaity.
W. N. Damon.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
No. 939, Pennsylvania Ave.,N. W.
Washington D. C.
Ws JBL Harrover
Stoves, Ranges & Furnaces
And Dealer in Table Cutlery,Tn
ware, HousexFurnishing Goods etc
Ko J313 Seventh St, ff . "W WathD
The POLICE GAZETTE "will be maUed se.
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RIOHAKD K. FOX,
FR ANKI.IN SOTAHE. N. Y
FIST CLASS LUNCH EOOM
AT 306 2nd ST. s. w.
HEAL5 IT ALLHDDBS.
OYSTERS, FISD, &, GAME.
MRS. CBRISTI A A. BRICE.
Nov. 27 1 mo.
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Rooms with Board
JKES. MC. CABS,
jThe most convenient place
in the city and in one of
the most popular
922 11 st n. w. 922 11 et. n. w
W1UTEQ I inYActIvc and intelligent, to
" .?- lfclTfcJM ! represent in her own locality
- an old firm. References required. Permanent positioa
aad gwxi salary. GAY &BBO&. 12 Barclay St. 2LY
S 4fcr . i
John h. Chase.
Robert, h Key.
211 Third Street, S. IF.
RESTAURANT & BAR LOOM.
Ladie37 Dining Room Upstairs.
Oysters served in all styles, game
HOUSES FOR RENT
MONEY TO LOAN,
"W. -A. . Stewart,
Cor. Tenth and F Streets, N. W.
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of Hon. Fred. Donglassin pamphet
form can obtain them by sending
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pamphlet will contain the Louis
ville speech, aud the three great
speeches delivered in this city
April 16th, '84, April 16th, '85 and
April 16th, '86. The occasions be
ing the anniversaries of the JjJman
cipatiou of Slaves in the District of
Columbia. For 30 cents in postage
stamps a pamphlet will be sent to
any address in the United States.
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W. Calvin Chase,
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Washington, D. C.
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WATTS & BR0
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN WOOD & COAL,
212 C ST 8. W.
Between 2nd and 3rd Sts.
W A S H I NGTO N, D. C.
Eair weight and measure. Orders
promptly attended to and delivered
to auy part of the city.
O. H- V AJR ECEIR
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
444, 4 st., s. w.
Property Bought & Sold, Rents
collected. Landlord and tenants
rents promptly atto.
Dec. 1, tf
Complete Norels aad Other Works, by Famous
Authors, Alstot Biycn Away. The following book
are published In nest pamphlet form, and all are printed
from good type upon good paper. They treat of a
great rariety of subjects, and ire think no one can examine
the list without finding therein many that he or she would
like to possess. In cloth-bound form these books would cost
91.00 each. Each book Is complete in itself.
1. The Widow Bedott Papers. This is the book
oyer which jour grandmothers laughed till they cried, and
it is just as funny to-day as it ever was.
2. Wiater Evening Recreations, a large collection
of Acting Charades, Tableaux, Games, Puzzles, etc., for so
cial gatherings, private theatricals, and evenings at home.
3. Back to the Old Home. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Hay, author or Hidden Perils."
4. Dialogues, Recitations and Readings, a lsrgs
and choice collection for school exhibitions and publio and
5. The Standard Letter Writer for Ladles 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 Frozen Deep. A Novel. By Wllkie Collins,
uthor or " The Woman In White," etc.
7. Red Court Farm. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry
Wood, author or East Lynne," etc.
8. The Lady or the Lake. By Sir Walter Scott- "The
Lady of the Lake" Is a romance in verse, and of all the
works of Scott, nonets more beautiful than this.
9. In Cupid's Net. A Novel. By the author or
" Dora Thorne."
10. Amos Barten. A Novel. By George Eliot, au
thor or "Adam Bede," " The Mill on the Floss," etc.
11. Lady Gwendoline's Dream. A NotsI. By tht
author or " Dora Thorne."
12. The Mystery or the J I oily Tree. A Novel. By
the author of Dora Thorne."
13. The Budget or Wit, Humor and Fun, a largs
collection or the funny stories, sketches, anecdotes, poems,
1. John Bowerbank's Wife. A Novel- By Miss
Mulock. author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
15. The Gray Woman. A Novel. By Mrs. Gaskell,
author of Mary Barton," etc.
16. Sixteen Complete Stories by Popular Authors,
embracing love, humorous and detective stories, stories of
society lire, or adventure, or railway life, etc., all very In
teresting. 17. Jasper Dane's Secret. A Novel. By Miss it.
E. Braddou, author or "-Aurora Floyd," etc.
18. Fancy Work for Home Adornment, an entirely
new work upon this subject, containing easy and practical
instructions for making fancy boske ts.wall pockets, brackets
needle work, embroidery, etc., etc., profusely and elegantly
19. Grimm's Fairy Stories for the Young. The
finest collection of fairy stories published. The children
sre delighted with them.
20- Manual of Etlauetto for Ladies and Gentlemen, a
guide to politeness and good breeding, giving the rules of
modern etiquette for all occasions.
21. Useful Knowledge for the Million, a handy
book of useful information for all, upon many and various
22. The Home Cook Book and Family Physi
cian, containing hundreds of excellent cooking recipes and
hints to housekeepers, alo telling how to cure all common
ailment by simple home remedies.
23. Manners and Customs In Far Away Lands, &
very interesting and instructive book or travels, describing
the peculiar lire, habits, manners and customs or the people
of foreign countries.
21. 8? Popular Ballads. Same size as sheet music.
Word- of all the old and sew songs.
25. Called Buck. A Novel. By Hugh Conway.
26. At the World's Mercy. A Novel. By Flortnce
Warden, author or "The House on the Marsh," etc.
27. Mildred Trevanlon. A Novel. By "The Duch
es." author of " Molly Bawn," etc.
28. Dark Days. A Novel. By the author of " Called
29. Shadows on the Snow. A Novel. ByB. L. Far
jeon, author or " Bread-and-Cheeie-and-KIsses," etc
30. Leollne. A Novel. By Mary Cecil Hay, author of
31. Gabriel's Marriage. A Novel. By Wilkle Collins,
author of " No Name," etc.
32. Reaping the Whirlwind. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Hay, author of" Old Middleton's Money," etc.
33. Dudley Carleon. A Novel. By M&s M. E- Brad
don, author of "Lady Audley's Secret," etc.-
34. A Golden Daws. A Novel. By the author of
" Dora Thorne," etc.
35. Valerie's Fate. A Novel. By Mrs. Alexander, a
tbor of " The Wooing O't," etc.
36. Sinter Rose. A Novel. By Wilkle Cllins, author
or " The Woman in White." etc.
37. Anne. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry Wood, author of
' East Ljnne."
38. The Laarcl Bush. A Novel. By Miss Mulock,
author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
30. Robinson Crusoe. A thrilling narrative by Daniel
De Foe,describIngthe adventures of a castaway in the South
40. How to Make Poultry Pay. A practical and
intructive series of article by Mr. P. H. Jacobs, Poultry
Editor or "The Farm and Garden." Phlla.; illustrated.
41. ParlorMagic and Chemical Experiments, a
book which tells how to perform hundreds of amusing tricks
In marie and Instructive experiments with simple agent.
42. Gems or the Poets, containing charming selec
tions from Tennyson, Longfellow, Whittier, Byron. Shelley,
Moore, Bryant, and many others.
43. Building Plans Tor Practical, Low-coat
Houses. A full description and plans or Eight modern
houses, ranging in price from $500 to 14500. Illustrated.
44. Anecdotes or Public Men Washington. Frank
lin, Webster. Clay, Tilden Lincoln. Scott. Grant. Garfield,
Gladstone. Butler, Hancock, Lee, and all the leading men
of the century
45. JBsop's Fables. The work of an ancient genius.
Children have read them for centuries,, and grown people
quote them every day.
OUR UWEQUAIiED OFFER.
We have arranged "with the publishers
of these books to furnish the whole forty
five with one year's subscription to our
paper for $3.00; or we will send any five
for 25 .eta., or the whole forty-five for
$1.50. Address all orders to publishers of
"THE WASHINGTON BEE."
WaskiRctea. D. C
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can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
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lO Spruce St., Now York.
Send Octs. for lOO-Pago Pamphlet.
Belngr fully aware of t t
Srreat interest the lail-a"
taking; in Kensingt nW rk
we have orenared 3l Com
plete Outfl t containing &
Perforated Stamping p
tini on. best government
bond parchment Paper a
different, indudine Sprays
of Golden Rod. Pansics.
Wild Roses. -JForzetn,-aotj,
Outline! of Boy.Girl.IKi.
Spiders, Storks, Sfilopsf r
Skirts. Crary Stitcn rai
ders. Pond Lilies, Tunjs.
chesralsol.Bex.Bliie8tanlssPowder,l Box White
Stamping Powder, 1 Fa teat reversible Ponnet, a -.
AiIl and complete direction for Kensington Stamping an
Embroidery, Kensington Painting:. Lustre, Metallic Fli't"
and Irridescent Palntinjr. Colon used and mixing of Colors.
Ribbon Embroidery. Cfianillo and Arasene Work.C tre't
Colors ofall the different flowers. Description of every stit' 1
med In cmbroidery.&c, malting a complete Outfit that can.
not be bought at retail for less than u.00. To introduce
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD, the large. 3a page Illustrated
Magazine devoted to- the interests of the Country Home
nd Household, we will send ona of these Outfits complete
Ire Mil potsId, to any lady who will send 8&e for
5 sot. subscription to the Magazine. Five for $z. Money
deerfully refunded If not mora than satisfactory. Addrest-
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