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H O B X I OE S I
Every mau bashis hobby. And la this respect we do uot differ from other
men, for we have a hobby, too; but in addition we have a stock of
Stoves, Heaters, &z Ranges,
that 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 selliug 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, get
theuBudden Range," which is for sale only at
KUDDEN'S FURNITURE INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
930 Seventh Street, n. w, 932 Washington, D. C.
Oiif candidate for low prices in
AND FANCY GOODS,
J. E. YOUNG.
SCs4K V.V' X" -TTp 'IJJVLiT --Tr- t-- - n- y
GRAND FALL OPENING OF CLOAKS,
COMPRISING THE;lLATEST STYLES & NOVELTIES.
0 Cashmeres in Black and Colored at the lowest prices.
Jerseys in Endless Variety.
Table Linens, Ginghains, Cloth for men and boys wear, Ticking, Flan
uels, Hosiery, Underwear, Motions, Buttons, Corsets, Gloves
and all such useful goods, generally fouud in a first class Store.
DON'T FORGET TIE NAME. & I0MBEH
FAMILT DRY & FANCY GOODS STORE.
J. E. YOUNG, Prop, 736 7h St. Northwest.
$L Buyers receive a RbD TICKET, 25 ol whJcli are o d for
andsome OIL. PAIN'i IX G.
FOR SALE IN WASHINGTON AT
SEWING MACHINE EMIOE1UM.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE SIT ENT WHITE AND .
WHITE AUTOMATIC SEWING MACHINES. g
Central Office for the
J B. RICHMOND, Manager.
DEd.var'dL F. Droop
PIANOS, Organs, and Musical
Instruments, Sheet Music, &c.
Steinway, Gabler and otherFianos
No. 925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Washington, D. C.
J. H. BELLER,
16th and M Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON D. 0.
T P. WADDLETON,
"WateJi. 3aLcex- Sc
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
J. BL DABNEY;
FIRST CUSS DNEITUHt
Establishment at 411 L St. n. w
With Coffins, Caskets, andallkinds
of furnishing materials, suitable
for accommodations, and supply
ing the General orders at the short
Wheeling & Pittsburg
3 tor 5c. $1.25 per hundred.
At HOLL'S 237 Pa. Ave. n. w.
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE &
oct. 9, 1 mon.
Sample tree to t Host- becointni: uent
No risk, tiuick sales. Territory river
S3PSatisfactio iruaranteed Adtlrer.
DR. SCOTT. 342. Broadway. NEW YORK.
RESTAURAIVT&f, ABIES Dlli1
Fine Wines., Choice .Brandies,
oia wniskies, Oysters in Ev
MEALS SERVED TO ORDER.
A Fine Pool Table
J. O. HOLMES, Proprietor,
333 Va. Ave., s. w., Wash'ton, D. C.
,DAYID A. BERRY,
403 3rd Street, Southwest,
Washington, D. C.
Ready made coffius of everv de-
corlptiQTi ftonernntly nn haiul " All
orders attended to at shortest no
tice. Terms reasonable. Everv
thing strictly first class.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST
HOUSE Jff 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 buying elsewhere.
Dry Goods a specialty.
EXTRA IND UCEMENTS ! !
"W. EC $ IS, IV
Next door to Adam's Express of
fice, 223 Penna. Ave., N. W.,
Bf 1RCH AHT TAILOR.
makes all wool pants from $5.00
up. Call and see me before pur
it JJ il8feBtfSMM0fiE hart
M Ifl vjL' itt w n o -
ftffl! rifl MR vl m x d
ih iii i ii i I i mi "
5 I 7K "r:i:
I ! (a 1 "V - , M
At the "Bee" Office,
1109 I Street, JN. AV., near 11th,
where you can get
1 BUSINESS CARDS,
CHECK BOOKS, &c
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRI
Liberal Discount to Churches,
Benevolent Societies, Social Clubs
lviiusary uranizanons, ana La
bor and Trades Unions.
ALL WORK READY FHEN
We have purchased an entire
outfit of New Type with the most
approved modern styles, enabling
us to execute our work with satis
faction 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 ami Ladies and Gentlemen's
Best brands" of Wines, Liquors and Ci
gars. Oysters fried and stewed.
K "W. Cor. 11th and I sts., 1ST. W.
ROBINSON PABKER & CO
Men's Uojs? and Youths'
HO. 5. t COR. SEYEHTHIAHD D STS.. . W
S. A. WEBB,
Dealer in iNew and Second-Hand
CLO T H ING
Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods,
610 U Street, Southwest.
TOASHItfGTOST, O. C,
Gentlemen's Clothing Repaired, Dyed and
Renovated, Highest CH8h prices paid for cast
off clothing, Gentlemen waited on attheir
Gents desirous of obtaining a
good serviceable secoud-hand suit
or overcoat should patronize one
of the oldest establishments of its
kind iu the eitv,
JtySTH'S OLD STAHS.
619 D St. N. W.
LOAN OFFICE, No. 361 Penn.
Ave., n. w., Washington, D. C.
Money loaned on gold ani Silver.
Watches, diamonds, jewelry, pis
t jIp, guns, mechauisal tools, ladies
And gentlemen's wearing apparel
Old gold and silver bought.
L. G. FLETCHER,
Solicitor oi Eire
1322 Street, N. '&
WASHINGTON, D. C.
X e m. t i s t.
234 2nd Street, Northwest.
One trial will give satisfaction.
'CMS. KB I EM EH.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
oct. 30, t. f.
HHHE GARRISON HOTEL.
342Penn. Ave. n. w., W : I'd P .
Everything First Class.
Meals at all Hours.
Ladies and Gents Dining Room,
Ired A. Dyson. Proprietor
NATIONAL BENEFIT AND
R. T., Greener, president, James
A. Matthews, vice pres., W. H.
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 written up from $100 to
J. . gTRATDER
162512tJi street n. "W.1
Crayon, Oil, ana Water Color Pictures
made fiom. small or large photograph on short
notice. Crayon pictures a specialty.
W. 1ST. D Alton.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
No. 939, Pennsylvania Ave., N. W.
Washington D. C.
: JBL Harrover
Stoves9 Ranges & Fnrnaces
And Dealer in Table Cutlery ,Tin
ware, House Furnishing Goods etc
No 313 Seventh St, N .WWaihD
The POLICE GAZETTE will he mailed se
curely wrapped, to any address in the United
StateB for three months on receipt of
Liberal discount allowed to postma
agents and clubs. Sample copies mile
-Address all orders to
RIHHAUD K. FOX,
fkakkmk Square, N. Y
FIST CLASS LUNCH ROOM
AT 306 2nd ST. s. w.
MEALS AT JILL HOURS.
OYSTERS, FISH, & GAME.
MRS. CHRISTIA A. BKICE.
jnov. 2 l mo.
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Rooms with Board
MM. MC. CABI,
gggTHE MOST CONVENIENT PLACE
IN THE CITY AND IN ONE OF
THE MOST POPULAR
922 11 st n. w. 922 11 gt. n. w
W1NTED LEDYActIvo and Intelligent, to
"flU I faW B.HU 1 represent inherowniocalltr
an old Arm. References required. Permanent position
aad good aalarjr. GAY & BEOS., 12 Barclay St. N. X
NOHN-HrGffASE. ROBERT. TT KEY.
HASE & 1YEY
211 Third Street, S. W.
RESTAURANT & BAK BOOM.
Ladies' Dining Room Upstairs.
Oysters served in all styles, game
HOUSES FOR RENT
MONEY TO LOAN,
"W -k. Stewart,
Cor. Tenth and F Streets, N. W.
THREE GREAT SPEECHES
HOff. 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, J84, April 16th, '85 and
April 16th, '86. 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 United States.
Or we will send a copy of the Bee
for one year and Mr. Douglass
speeches for $2,20 cts.
"W. Calvin Chase,
Editor of the Bee 1109 I st. n. w
Washington, D. C.
GIVE US A CALL.
WATTS & Bm
Wholesale and Ketail
DEALERS IN WOOD & COAL,
212 C ST S. W.
Between 2nd and 3rd Sts.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Fair weight and measure. Orders
promptly attended to and delivered
to any part of the city.
C. H. PARKER
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
444, 41 st., s. w.
Property Bought & Sold, Rents
collected. Landlord and tenants
rents promptly atto.
Dec. 1, f
Complete Novels and Other Works, by Famoun
Author, Almost Given Away. The following book
are published in neat pamphlet form, and all are printed
from good type upon good paper. Thev treat of a
great variety of subjects, aud we think no one can examine
the list without rinding thereiu many that he or she would
like to possess. In cloth-bound form these books would cost
$1.00 each. Each book is complete in itself.
1. The Widow lledott I'aperiu This is the book
over which jour grandmothers laughed till they cried, and
it is just as funny to-day as it ever was.
2. Winter Evening Recreation, a large collection
of Acting Charades, Tableaux, Games, Puzzles, etc.. for so
cial gatherings, private theatricals, and evenings at home.
3. Uuck to the Old Home. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Hay, author or "Hidden Perils."
4. Dialogue, Kccltatlons and Heading, a larga
and choice collection for school exhibitions and public and
5. The Standard Letter Writer for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, a complete guide to correspondence, giving plain
directions for the composition of letters or every kind, with
innumerable forms and examples.
6. The Frozen Deep. A Novel. By Wilkie Collins,
author of ' The Woman in White," etc.
Wood, author of ' Kast Lynne," etc.
7. Ked Court t arm. A Tiovel. By Mrs. Henry
8. The Lady of the Lake. By Sir Walter Scott. "The
I.ady of the Lake" is a romance in verse, and of all the
: JL.au e. By
works of Scott, none is more beautiful than this.
9. In Cupid' Aet. A Novel. By the author of
" Dora Thome."
10. Anioa Unrtcn. A Novel. By George Eliot, au
thor or "Adam Uede," " The Mill on the Floss." etc.
11. Lady Gwendoline' Dream. A Novel. By ths
author of " Dora Thome."
12. The 3Iytcry or the Holly Tree. A Novel. By
the author of " Dora Thorne."
? The Budget or Wit. Humor and Fun, a larga
d t v v tbe funny torles sketches, anecdotes, poems,
y,U,- I nu Bo;i.eIrb.B"TV'fl Wife. A NoveL By Miss
Mulock, author of " John Halifa, Gentleman," etc.
15. The Gray Woman. A Novel. ByMrs. Gaskell.
author of " Mary Barton," etc.
10. Sixteen Complete Storle by Popular Authors,
embracing love, humorous aud detective stories, stories of
society life, of adventure, of railway lire, etc., all verv In
17. Jaapcr Dane' Secret. A Novel. By Miss M.
E. Braddon, author of "Aurora Floyd," etc.
18. Fancy Workforllomo Adornment, anentirely
new work upon this subject, containing easy and practical
instructions Tor making Taney baskets.wall pockets, bracket?
needle work, embroidery, etc., etc., profusely and elegantly
19. Grimm's Fairy 8torIc for theToung. The
finest collectioH of fairy stories published. The childrtn
are ueugntea witn tnein.
20- Manual of Etiquette for Ladles and Gentlemen, a
modern etiquette for all occasions.
guiue hj pouieness ana gooa Oreeainz. elvinrthe rulM nf
21. Ueful KnOWledcFB fop thi Million, n hnnrtr
book of useful information for all, upon many and various
22. Tho Home Cook Hook and Family Phy.I.
clan, coutaiuin; hundreds or excellent cooking recipes anil
hiun to housekeepers, also telling how to cure all common
ailments by simple home remedies.
23. Manner and Cutom!n FarAwayLand,a
very interesting and instructive book or travels, describing
the peculiar life, habits, manners and customs of the people
of foreign countries..
21. 87 Popular Ballads. Same lize as sheet music.
Words of all the old aud new songs.
23. Called It nek. A Novel. By Hugh Conwar.
26. At the World' Mercy. A Novel. By Florence
ai. ainurea l revnnlon. A ovel.
ess." nuthor of " Molly Bawn." etc.
t, o.utu, auuivi Ul .iic HUUKUU iuc jLiarsii, ' eto.
By "The Duch-
28. Dark Days. A Novel. By the author of " Called
29. Shadow on the Snow. A Novel. By B. I.. Far
Jeon, author of " Bread-and-Cheese-and-KisseV etc
30. Leollne. A Novel. By Mary Cecil Hav, author of
" Brenda Yore."
31. Gabriel' Marriage. A Novel. By Wilkle Colliu,
author of " No Name," etc
32. KcnpInK the Whirlwind. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Hay. author of " Old Middleton's Money," etc.
33. Dudley Carleon. A Novel. By Miss M. E. Brad
don, author oi "Lady Audley'a Secret," etc.
34. A Golden Dawn. A Novel. By the author of
' Dora Thorne." etc.
35. Valerie' Fate. A Novel. By Mrs. Alexander, r
thor of " The Wooing O't," etc.
36. Sinter Hone. A Novel. By Wilkle C.llins, author
of " The Woman in White." etc.
37. Anne. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry Wood, author of
" Kant Lynne."
38. The Laurel Uunh. A Novel. By Miss Mulock,
author of" John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
39. Koblnaon Cruoe. A thrilling narrative bv Daniel
De Foe, describing the adventures of acutawav in the South
0. How to Make Poultry Pay. A practical and
instructive series or articles bv Mr. P. H. Jacobi. Poultry
Editor of "The Farm and Garden." Phila.; Illustrated.
41. Pari or Magic and Chemical Experiment, a
hook which tells how to perform hundreds of amusing tricks
in mazlc and intructive experiments with simple agents.
42. Gem of the Poet, containing charming selec
tions from Tennyson, Longfellow, "Whittier, Byron, Shelley
Moore, Bryant, and many others.
43. liulldtns Plan tor Practical. Low-coni
Houne. A full description and plans of Eight modern
houses, ranging in price from $300 to 45flO. Illustrated.
44. Anecdote of Public Men Washington. Frank
lin. Webster. Clay1, Tilden. Lincoln. Scott. Grant. Garfield.
Gladstone, Butler, Hancock, Lee, and all the leading men
of the century
45. jop' Fable. The work or an ancient eenlus.
Children have read them for centuries, and grown people
quote thera every day.
OUR UNEQUAIjED OFFER.
We have arranged -with the publishers
of these books to furnish the whole forty
five with one year's subscription to our
Japer for $3.00; or we will send any five
or 25 cts., or the whole forty-five for
$1.50. Address all orders to publishers ol
"THE WASHINGTON BEE,"
W&skisftaa, D. V
THE LIGHT RUNNINO
HAS NO EQUAL.
Hew Hue Serai lade Co.
30 Unfon Square, N.Y. Chicago, III. St. Louie, Mo.
Atlanta, 6a. Dallas, Tex. San Francisco, Cal
FPU SALE BY
Jfew Improved High Arm,
Hew Mechanical Principles
and Rotary Movements, Auto
matic, Direct and Perfect Ac
tion, Cylinder Shuttle, Self-setting
Needle, Positive Feed, No
Springs, Fezo Paris, Minimum
Weight, No Friction, No Noise,
No Wear, No Fatigue, No
"Tantrums," Capacity Unlim
ited, Always in Order, Richly
Ornamented, JSFickelplated, and
Owes Perfect Satisfaction.
Send for Circulars.
Addrcs ft m
AVERY MACHINE CO.,
812 Broadway, New York.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
! advertisine in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newspapor Advertising Bureau,
lO Spruce St., New York.
Send Octs. for lOO-Pago Paxaphlat.
of all Sizes.
"Write for Circular and tell U3 what you want.
B. IV. PAYNE & SO.VS, Drawer 1003,
Elmira, X. V.
Or our Now York OfBce.
Eastern gents, Hiix, Clarke & Co., Boston, iraas.
Our patented Vertical Boiler will net prime. Xo
danger of burning flues.
T fields ara scarce, but thone who writ to
I I Stinson 1 Co.. Portland. Maine. will receira
I I free, full information about work which
ill tbejeando. andliveat bome,tbatwiirpay
IJL them from S5 to 325 nor day. Some bars
sp m r" -5
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earned over $3) in a day. Either sex young or old. Capital
m! paired. Yob ara turted free. Those who itart at oco
f ias lift! ferisaw Jkll!aov.