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.Every man has his hobby. Aud in this Tespect we do nofc differ from other
imen,ibr we have aJiobby, too; but in addition we have a stock of
Stoves, Heaters, &z JEfc&ng'es.,
that Tor qnantity, quality and price cannot he equalled. It comprises
every style of stove, from, the smallest bedroom heater to the largest
grange, 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
"Eudden Range," which is for s.tle only at
TTDDEN'S FURNITURE INSTALLMENT HOUSE.
930 Seventh Street, n. w., 932 Washington, D. C.
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Rooms with Board
Restaurant and Ladies and Gentlemen's
Best brands of Wines. Liquors and Ci
gais. Oystersfried and stewed.
N "W. Cor. 11th and I ste., N. W.
cTHE LIGHT RUHNJSiKg
MBS. MC. CABI,
jThe most convenient place
IN THE city and in one of
the most popular
922 11 st n. w. 922 11 st. n. w
ROBINSON PACKER & CO.
Men's Hoys' and Youths'
! . "
UBA1P 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, Buttous, Corsets, Gloves
and all such useful goods, generally found in a first class Store.
MOT FDBEET THE HUE & NUMBER,
FAMILY DRY & FANCY GOODS STORE.
J, E. YOUNG, Prop. 736 7th St. Northwest.
$1 Bayers receive a RfcD TICKET, 25 of wliicli are ood fr
Oar candidate for
AWD Fl.WCY 3
J. E. YOUNG.
handsome Oil. riw'W"
J. H. BELLER,
16to and M Streets, n. w.
W"ateIi Intake &:
COR. 13th and H Streets, n. w.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Repairing and Painting Roofs;
He oping Tubs; Bottoming c al
Hode; all kinds of ice boxes, tin
i.nd grauite ware repaired. Arti
cles called for and delivered when
furnished. 405 3id st. s. w.
T Z HOOVER
Pain tin g
Done in all branches, at lowest
Price. All work in first class style.
1513 9th STREET, N.W.
Wleclifig & Pittsburg
8 tor 5c. $1.25 Jper hundred.
At HOLL'S 237 Pa. Ave. n. w.
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE &
oct. 9, 1 mon.
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS ! !
Next door to Adam's Express of
fice, 223 Penna. Ave., N. W.,
nialces' alt wool pants from 5 00
up. Call and see me before pur
low prices in
Complete Novel and Other Works, byFomoui
Author, Almost eiven Away. The following books
are iiublWhvd lu neat pamphlet form, and all are printed
from cooil type upon eood paper. Thrv treat of a
great larietv or subjects, and we think no one can exaruiue
the list it about finding therein many that he or she would
like to possess. In cloth-bound form these books would cost
41.00 each. Each book is complete in iuelf.
1. The Widow Bedott Pupcnu This Is the book
over which your grandmothers laughed till they cried, and
It is just as lunn v to-day as it ever was.
2. Winter Evcnlntt Kccrcatlon, a large collection
of Acting Charades, Tableaux, Games, Putzles, etc., for so
cial gatherings, private theatricals, aud etenlngi at home.
3. Back to the Old Home. A Sot el. By Mary
Cecil Hav. author or " Hidden Perils."
i. IHulouues, Kecltatlona and Readings, large
and choice collection for school exhibitions aud public and
5. The Standard tetter Writer for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, a complete guide to correspondence, giving plain
directions Tor the composition of letters of every kind, with
innumerable forms and examples.
6. The Frozen Deep. A Novel. By Wilkie Collins,
author or ' The Woman in White," etc.
7. Ked Court Farm. A Sovel. By Mrs. Henry
Wcnnl. author of " East Lynne," etc.
8. The Lady ofthe take- Bv Sir Walter Scott. "The
I.ady or the Lake" Is a romance in verse, and of all the
works of Scott, none is more beautiful than this.
9. In Cupid's Net. A Novel. By the author of
" Dora Thoruc." .,
10. Amo Barten. A Novel. By George Eliot, au
thor or "Adam Kede," ' The Mill on the Floss." etc.
11. Lady Gwendoline' Dream. A Not el. By the
author of Dora Thorne."
12. The Mystery of the Holly Tree. A Novel. By
the author or Dora Thorne."
13. The Budget of Wit, Humor and Fun, a large
collection or the iunny stories, sketches, anecdotes, poems,
H. John Bowerbank Wife. A Novel. By Miss
Mulock. author of John Halifax, Gentleman," etc.
15. The ray Woman. A Novel. By Mrs. Gaskell,
author of Mary Barton," etc.
16. Sixteen Complete Stories hy Popular Authors,
embracing loe, humorous and detective stories, stories of
society li:c. or adventure, of railway life, etc.. all very in
teresting. , ,, ,r
17. Jupcr Dane' Secret. A Novel. By Miss M.
E. Kratldou, author or "Aurora Floyd," etc.
18. Fancy Workforllome Adornment, an entirely
new work upon this subject, containing easy and practical
instructions for making Taucv baets,w all pockets, brackets
needle work, embroidery, etc., etc., profanely and elegantly
19. Grimm's Fairy Storlcn for the Tonne. The
finest collection of fairy stories published. The children
are delighted with them.
20. Manual of Etiquette 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 or userul information for all, upon many aud various
2:. A he Home tooK ook una ruraiij rnjm
clan, conwinitig hundreds of excellent cooking recipes and
liluts to housekeepers, also telling how to cure all common
ailments by simple home remedies,
23. Mutincrsand Customs In Far Away Land, a
vcr iulcrc-ting and Instructive book of trav els. describing
the'pfculiar life, habits, manners and customs of the people
of foreign countries.
24. 8T Popular Ballads. Same size as sheet music.
Words of all the old and new soDgs.
25. Called Back. A Novel. By Hugh Conway.
26. At the World's Mercy. A Novel. By Florence
Warden. author or "The House on the Marsh," etc.
27. Mildred Trevnnlon. A Novel. By "The Duch
ess." author of 'Mollv Bawn.etc.
28. Dark Days. A Novel. By the author of " Called
29. Shadows on the Snow. A Novel. By B. L. Far
jeon, author of" Bread-and-Cheese-and-KIsses,"ctc
30. l.eoltne. A ovei. bj aiary jtxn ui),uiuui
" Brenda Yokc."
SI. Gabriel's Marriage. A Novel. By Wilkie Collins,
author of " No Name," etc.
32. Rcnplnc the Whirlwind. A Novel. By Mary
Cecil Hav. author of " Old Middleton's Money," etc
33. Dudley Carl con. A Novel. By Miss M. E. Brad
don, author of "Ladv Audlev's Secret," etc
34. A Golden Dawn. A Novel. By the author of
Dora Thome," etc.
35. Valerie's Fate. A Novel. By Mrs. Alexander, r :.
thor of "The Wooing O't." etc.
36. S!tcr Kosc. A Novel. By Wilkie Cellini, author
or ' The Woman in White." etc.
37. Anne. A Novel. By Mrs. Henry Wood, author or
SS. The Laurel Busk. A Novel. By Miss Mttlock,
author of John Halifax, Gentleman," etc,
39. Itoblnson Crusoe. A thrilling narrative by Daniel
De Foe. describing the adventures or a castaway In the South
40. How to Make Poultry Pay. A practical and
instructive series or articles bv Mr. P. H. Jacobs. Poultry
Editor of " The Farm and Garden," Phlla.; illustrated.
41. ParlorMacle and Chemical Experiment,
book which telU how to perform hundreds of amusing tricks
In made and intmctire experiments with simple agents.
42. Gems of the PoeUu containing charming selec
tions from Tennyson. Longfellow, Whlttier, Byron, Shelley,
Moore. Brvaut, and many others.
43. Build Inc Plan for Practical. Low-cost
Houses. A full description and plans or Eight modern
houses, ranrfnc in price from 50O o f4500. Illustrated.
44. Anecdotes of Public Men Washington, Frank
lin. Webster. Clav.Tilden, Lincoln. Scott, Grant, Garfield,
Gladstone, Butler, Hancock, Lee, and all the leadiug men
45. JEop Fables. The work or an ancient genius.
Children have read them for centuries, and grown people
quote them eveiy day.
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ITS ORIGIN AND HISTORY.
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S. W. cor. 2nd C sts. N. W., wish
es to announce to the people of
this 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 Quiun's Alderney
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CLO T H IWX3.
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610 4 Street, Southwest.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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Renovated, Highest CHsh prices paid for cast
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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,
JDTSTH'S OLB STAKB.
619 D St. N. W.
ST. IctJKFS CHURCH,
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. DAMON.
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
No, 939, Pennsylvania Ave.,lN. W,
Washington D. C.
Stoves, Ranges & Fnr&aces
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ware, House Furnishing Goods etc
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