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THE EVEffm.GTOOS. "SATUBDfrY., OeTOBEB 5, 1895.
THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMitEL ADS.
REACH 100,000- READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE, PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS.
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HELP WANTED MALE.
XTPEtOLSXlCiUiSK Musi bef irst-class;
steady won,. IQu HIIibU lt,c,m L
ot a ntrii-A ircxKl aonrcntice careen
iiT. aijiiu 5.i uili 8t.be. H-emJ-
WANTED-Compttcnt white coach-
-Cutupetcnt
iii.Ui. Apply THE EXCHANGE, lil
latii st. nw. it
nit.
EXCHANGE, 614-4
WANTED-A resident of AnacostST
iiri.iiLi.m.i. itcid.twood. Takoma Park.
Tcuiiaiilowu, Hjatlsville and other su
burban towns, to cauvass and act as agent
for :t household article; good profit; art
risk: exclusive
right Aaaress ')L-?a.
tuls olfice.
oc5-3f
WANTED-i first-class coot and 2
Ir.uierfior an oyster and chop house.
Call iijga;ni:l02 Gjfctjiw. it .
V i INTEBS wanted: first-class bands
oniyneietapply. CARTER, 736 1316
it. uw. lc
a Tililte bather wanted for Saturday.
22 1-2 C st.ne. 1 1,
WANTED Four experienced soap
W"pTJwuer canvassers. Apply at 408 Flor-,
Ida ave. uw., alter 4 p. "K oc5-.lt
-WANTED A ralesniau of experience
"aim abmey; salary and commission i to
right part; rers. JAS.W. YATES. 1324
P n. nw. 2d floor oe4-lt-enj
WANTED-Uii" (white) for genenrr1
OI& in, Ml. uiniti.. . o. ,11
cook oysters. 355 l'a. ave. nw. oc4-2 1
n uri: n mi woo uiiutisuioua jiun . .
WAHTED-1'B nlt'n lo Introduce
tirst ciaTs combin.iilon wort just ibfueJ
in New Yort by the Judge Co.; ;xteeitf
opportunity for young men entering bust
ness. J. C. M. K.. this office. QC4-6 ..
wt m -rmiTm iniiriHi tuivubnnt 1G vears
" fia' " silo ul- IsVv 218 U st se. ol4-2tl
WANTED-Ir Irst-class building and
loVu 5Bent as iiuuager for Uultlmore;
also seeral gooU ugeuu for city work,
good money to hustlers. Apply bl. 1 St.,
lower lloor uta-Bt-ftn
WANTED-First-class tcok lor ojsier"
hoSel to "enc at nights; 41tjtn.c?
WANTED-Tra first-class coat mak
" -ihfZ,.,-? .i. n.!iimNSC0..9than.r
O sis, n v.
oct2 If
WAHTliD-A business firm desiring a
teiuiieraie, lndustrioas man. with flrt-j
class Imslness ami clerical qualifications,
snlumtlil rcisimm.'ndations. Addrcsn 1J1,
this i.ffiee. o--3t
WANTED--! good bushelman; also a
boy liaing a Tew jears' experience at
tailoring at E. HOUUAJi'S, SOU h. st.nw.
o("-:tt
W ANTED-l' -a rauvassers; o so ary
per mck and roinmission. Call In
niorinii;. 73:t "111 si nw. " --3t
llEtil' tVA?'l'EU FEMALE.
WANTED-Hoiiftl and industrial
girl, tor general housework, at No.
152o bill st. i.. Wagts, till dollars iht
month. cctc-2t-iin
"WANTED A re'iieil.inielligenl nurse
lor a babj two J ears old; a Iirst-class
rook, aid an eX enenced chambermaid-
and waiiress. Apply on Tuesday at ho.
17:17 Klggs Place. oct5-3 t-em
WANTED-Lady .'cures situation as
working liouekisrier for widower's
famllj C02 E ill. It
WANTED-A Eirl for light house
work, white prelerred. Apply at 1!i00
llth st. nw.. second lloor. it
WANTED A joung lady of good ad-
urtss. lair complexion and good lialr.
Call aliir a. in. UH. J. BEAiaifcS. l)er;
matologlt, 704 14tli st. oc5-3l
WANTED-Experienced salesladies In
u urj anu fancy store. Address ilEU-
CHAXT, this urilce. lt
WANTED-Experienced lady ojierntor
011 graiuuipUone- or phonograph, own
lug typewriter; state salary, which must
be moderate to begin; hours 9 to 5. Ad
dress eiOOU PLACE, tills office. It
WANTED-Whlteladj's maid, French
mir.se. 7 white cooks. LADIES' EX-,
change, 014 i:itu st. inf. ai
WANTED-SI'I"!' agents;salaryand
tsuiinilssiou. 802 8ih st. te. ocS-31-
WANTED-Settled German woman
fur general housework -who will speak
German 10 and be kind to (hildre-n. Ad
dress lira. K., this office, for one week.
oc5-3t I
WANTED 2glrls who understand the
tailoring business, and also 2 coat-
makers. SHEER, lB25Kst.nw. oc4-2t-em
tV ANTED Thoroughly e'xperlenced
niiiie girl (Geiiuaii prclernd) for gen
eral housework 111 inmiiy -of three. Apply
llltil Jew Hamiishlrc ave. lt-e-m
WANTED-A white girl as cook In
.1 small laiuily; no washing and ironing.
Apply at 913 IHiode Island ae. ocl-2t
WANTED-loung laily on pants and
unv liiiisner. Address A.GiAZMAN,
20't& ,i!i St. nw. oc.t-3t
WANTED-A German gin or woman
lor general housework iu small fam
ily. Apply 220B f st. uw. oc3 3t
WANTED-A white girl, for house
work ai-U auist in kilchen. Must b'
a good washer and irontr Apply at 1827
14ui rl nw tf.-em.
WANTED Home l'nccti" Agency'
has places for help every aay wili
good references All capacities, bio lltn
t 11 v. Ke4-lmo
MBLI'
A Ii:i -MALE A"D
I'KJULE.
"WANTED At once, working house
keeper, storeroo-n girl, man and wife
man to care for horses and giirden, wifeas
laundress; no children. 010 lltl st.iiw.
"W ANTED Many hearers. "An In
ter! suns lueidc-nt About -N'eeKW ear;" told
by Pastor E.lIezbweniSorda3 nlgbt. It
WAKTflB-Sopnfno and leuor oiccs
iora;irsi-( lass tTotesl.tnt choir. Send
.-nldn-ss 10 CIKiIK. t'lis office. oc2-3t
WAHTED-lrnltli Premier Type
wilier operators and stenographers
tiliTtcd to positions. Operators de
filing to familiarize themselves with new
So 2 Smilh Pir-micr Typewriter call
1 UK SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
rri, ;:. 1410 r st. nvr. lySl-tf
MTUATIOX WAITED MALE.
WANTED-T a 3ouiig coloriil man,
t:,oroi.gui esperienceu butler. Just
rrum li.- !nrlh! .io fnriiisli best of refs.
Adc.resj J. V 1010 L st. nw. ocfi-2t'
WANTED-I'I a reliable colores.1 bojv
siteeniars of age, situation to wurk
in li.e lioue or drive lor a doctor. Address
JULIUS MACK. 1228 20th st.nw. It
WANTED Firsfckiss beitcher wiKhe"
ui.siiioii 111 meat and provision store
AiKirs-si V. II. T., 9271)11111. It
"WANTED Ey a yourg colonsl man,
s.luacjuu as waiter, driver or general
usefulness; refs. good; normal education.
Apniy ADVERTISER, 1510 14th St. nw.
It
WANTED-li' a colored boy, aged 20,
IKsition working In a private family
or driving a doctor orskuttllnglnboteL Ad
dress o. L-, this office. oc5 2t
"WANTED-Situation as driver or iiost-
11 r: guou refs. Address 215 G st. ne.
lt-eat
TOTJNG man wants a place in private
family or drive delivery wagon. Call
at 17 1 9 Seton st. nw. lt-em
WANTED Young man from Norih
w ants a position in private family; lias
Dccn coachman; best city refs as to
character Address D., this office.
OC3-3 t
WANTED-Situation by expericaced
1. mors' luttcrT out of town preferred.
50'i 1 st. nw. oc2-.lt.
WANTED loung man. with office,
desires agency for a good article. Ad
Jress ENERGETIC, this office.
oc2 3t
WANTED-A young ma nwoald like a
place iu a private family to run a
furnni-p or as bouse servant; can furnish
ref Address R. T.. this ofrh-e. o-1.4t
SITUATIONS WANI'ED-FEMALK.
WANTED-Uf a respectable colored
girl, best of reference, a place as cook
or chambermaid. Call or address It. C.
BROOKS, 1325-Ose. lt-em
WANTED-.! position as nurse to
Invalid lady. Address W. W., this of-f
nee, oca 2t
WANTED-lUflncu young lady wishes
uoslttouus housekeeper in private family
or first-class hotel. Address 11. &., this
office. cc-l-3t
WANTED By elderly latiy. situation
as comtMuinn to an Invalid lady. Ref
erences exchanged. Addrees 73 G .st.
nw. cc3-3t
WANTED-Colored nurse desires sit
uation to care for infant; thuroughlvex
perienced: with one family over 11 ji-nrs.
Address 1731 Q at. nw. oc5-2t
WANTED-Aplaceaschambermaid.ind
waitress or seamstress, can or snore;
M. E. L., 1210 ft st. nw. ocD-lt
"WANTED By a flrst-clas lne,roa
ter, work by the day; makiig over
dresses a specialty: at moderate price.
Call or address J. N.. 1538 Morion st. i.w.,
bet. 6Ui, 7th, P and Q sts. cc5-2t
WANTED-Place as cliambermatir or
waitress. Call 222 D st nw. oc5-2t
VPANTED BOOMf
BY lady and little daughter, room and
HOUrU SlillU-lOWCOl- lirtllt?. A 14II11A
KENT, tills office-
rit
WAMiiiD-By gentleman, wife ar
uaugiiter, two rurnUhed rooms an
and
uiriiler. two furnished rooms ana
board, or-suite of rooms; use of parlor
ana privilege 01 caterer. Aciurcss x. a.cj.,
tltls office. 1 .
WASTED-POSTAGE STAMPS.
flrVANTEli-All kinds of old U. 8.
iKsuge slumps; uepuruucuL suiiuu
espei i.clli'Mesircd. iligucvt prices paid.
II. K. DUNKHOttST, 1L05 -ith st. uw.
M r.fr - oc:-7t
WANTED FLATS.
WANTED-A 5 or fc room modern flat;
convenient' ti"14tti st. car line. Ad
dress MODERN FLAT, this office. solG-tt
fH J'OB aiALE-MlSCELL AXKOUS.
COLrMBIA bicycle, $50; ejele, 530;
side-oar buggy, $15: phaeton, $15; fine,
stjllsh black pouy, too: bay horse, $.'15;
top-wagon, $15; shopping buggy, 35;
narlor stove, almost new. 5o. Must be sold.
JM 1 mutt leave city. 13-'8 II lie. It-em
'IMJR SrAXSP-A lirst-class Brougham,
seeouuTiiuiui, in goixl condition; also a
ifirst-ciass iaauury wagon. 101-1 tin Har
rison su. Anacostia. oc5slt-em
r. 1 .'Isllum'J ' F
FOR S ALE Cheap, lot wall papcr.also
a ou "4.ao. plastico.
653 Acker St.
ocu-lt em
hFOR' SALE-No. G autoharp, only
eiigiim useu anil goou as new, cost o;
will seTI tlh-TirrcaSTi. Call after 5 o'clock
at 219 Mill st, ne. oc5-3t em
FOR S ALE Puggy and harness, good
. as new. elieup for cash. 15U8Ust.nw.
oc5-3t-em
FOR SALE Pest make of Incubators,
bryouers uud Xresh green bone; call
and see the incubators iu working order.
Schiuld's bird and Pet Animal Stores, 712
12thst.uw.aud 1221 Pa. ave.
.00 5- tf
FOR SALE One line heavy draught
mare, one lour-year-old hair hackney
mare, handsome and good driver: one
Prince- Orloif mare, five jears old, with
loaltoOropola. AtUURUUOLF'SSTAULE,
8th St. nw: It
FOR SALE Horse, wagon, and liar
ness; 111 P10. 1 condtlioii; wagon fifth
wliee'U--also huckster's license: eneap for
cash. Applr io 1 2:tG 22d st. nw. lc5'2t
FOB' SALE-SHO will buy a line
horse-,, auu tliree-seat wagon, nearly
new, mill' a"new harni-ss, cost $250. CaU
b25 G st. nw It
FOR SALE Lady's coat, all wool,
eJvei uiiis.aiul collar, $5; wore one
winter. G, this olfice. oc5 2t
FOR' SALE Sewing machine, new,
best make; a good chance lor a iln-ss-
rimakcn Apply 210 3d St. se. oc53t
FOR-SALE-Coraor grocery in north
west, owner having other business.
For particulars eaU at 1521 5tb st. nw.
oc5-2t
FOR SALE "Johnson's Unlenal Cy
cloiiaedla." When buying a cyclo
paedia w hj not Rc,'r; Hie laicse and nest?
Ask jour I'astor or any one who knows.
ITyouw am to know something un American
as well as other matters, you will get
Johnson's." Full Information on re
ceipt of address. T. C, this office.
cctj-2t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred fox terrier
pups, male and female. Inquire E. M.
HOLLIIIGE. Bronklaud. D. C. oct4-3t-em
GOOD, steel tja ncUaw, rullslze. 39r.; price
- Iteisew here, please; you will rind H 75c.
CUT-PRICEHAKDWARECO., llth and 11
u- -v - lt-em
FOR SALE At llurgdorf 'B stables, one
excellent 1,,-iuU draught mare, one fart,
mare, and In foal to Ora lxilo, one half
blood -Hackneyi.fmjvfeuii r'-jtisteresl, im
nortisl Euclleu Ilackuei 1 . anil one
weanling,, pure blood-Eng!! ckney f tud
tuii. s-sa-ii iiiut:
FOR SALE-Pine family horse; good
timer and uoL afraid of anything;
owner no further ue for him. Call at
BOW-ENS' . G27 N". Y. ave. ce3 3t
FOR SALE Crest'cnt safety, pneumatic-
tire, iu good order, $25. at 2014
K st. nw. oc3 3t
FOR SiCtlE Kitchen range, also port-
nble furtinv. In good order; also two
f HjhlS'rtf MhlrT. ' A-pply 111G M st. cm 3 3t
FOR SALE Bargains in wagons, car
nages, trails, harness and buggies, both
new and second hand: also 2 horses. 927
1) st. nw so 1 4-1 m
tr BUSINESS C1IA"CES.
CIGAR STORE-Bargaiii. if sold at
once. tugi 13 tn si. oco-Jt-cm
-FOR SALE Flrrt-clas newsiaper,
book and Joboffice. bcstIocatiou;cheaii
rent. termR Ui,suit.i PRINTER, this office.
oc5-3t-cm
FOR SALE Employment Bureau, do
ing good business; owner must leave
city. v. TC. licCOY, Room 34, Le Droit
Building. cc-2t
WANTED-Loan of $500 by young
man in 3crwelry business; good posts
Hon; or halt interest given. Address
JEWELRY, tills office. oc-4-3t
FOR SALE Grocery and provision
tiore, etc-ap, good reasons for selling,
.900 G ,t3w. oct4-3t-em
FOR SALE Saloon; cheap. 725 7tb
" st." nw. oe5 3t
iSTI5 will puyfrultand confectionery store;
fine location; rare bargain to quick
..buyer. (AddressrALEXSIS, this office-.
, '. oc4 3t-cru
WE'LL
HUSTLE
FOR YMJ
Ifcyou have u property or a business for
fate, aa bargain pnte. We want noth
ing Ijul'tj'rg'aius, but we tell them quick
dor ,youi .-
Are yen looking fo a live business
'stand wc have jsuc.1i always on our books.
,Coruc and see us.
T. 0. ANDERSON & CO.,
- -Real Estate; afid Business Exchange, 907
G st. nw. ,
DO NOT OVERLOOK THIS
We nave to olter our customers a
chance seldom equated, a hotel bar on
Pa. vc.; price, $4,500, and a good man
ean clear'the cost In less than a icir. T.
-O. ANDERSON & CO., Real Estate and
ISUsluess Exchange, 907 G st. nw. oc4-tt
01 1 it ;;.''. .
DAIRY AND LTJNCH On the
btu4art;ot 7Uit. We have for sale
the! aforesaid business, which Is agrand buy
for anyone who has a limited tupitul to
invest., The price is only $2,000, and the
.sale amount lo from $40 to $G0 per day.
X)ver half Is'pronti For thin grand chance
apply taT.O. ANDERSON A. CO., Real
Estate alia Buslhei'i Exchange, 907 G st.
nw. oc4-tT
ONE CIIATfCE IX A THOUSAND
' A saloon in llieicinltj- of 9th and F sts.
nw.; $ 1,0IU) down. $1,500 at $30 a month;
illtlurexaloue worth $3,000. Owner must
leave low 11 by Saturday, and business must
hesold brthen.- AppIytoT.O.ANDESSON
& CO., Real Estate and Business Exchange,
i07U-st-. nw. oc4-tf
FOB SALE-Groe-cry and provision
store, iiorse. and wairon: ireneral thor
oughfare: cheap and a bargain. Address
-by leilcrTTHI.NisOX; 229 lom st. lie, net 3t
"WRITE fur-'lafest pamphlet on Crip-
pie erect goiu mining stocks and
weekly ((notations of stock market. Sert
free on apnlicatlon to J. P. KANE & CO..
Polnrndo Springs' Colo cl -20t
FO.H KENT FLATS.
FOR RENT 730 9th st. ne-: a very
-1 iieslrauic"na'rroT""4- rooms, southwest
corner of 9th and H sts. ne.; rent. $14
flr month: writer it nd hath oc4-3t
s a 1
FOHi SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE 409 R St. nwr., pleasant
house; construction first class; conven
ient location: ' good neighborhood; six
moras: 2-story bacfc bjllding Inquire or
OWNER on-prermses. ocC.ltcm
' FOR SALE 2 new bay window bricks:
small cibti imvrncnt will lake them and
h balahcc at 5 ner cent.r G rooms! rellrr tve
I pered electric lighting; eidd alley: and side
f light'. Tfooa nolglinrirndoil and near cable
cars, nemg .osj-iuu-iuii,i) st. se.r-opcn
for In-pVctlodlTTRiaHT A 8T0CKETT.
ownerr. ctlti E St. n w. oc5-3tem
FOR SALE-PressbrlLkb. w..6-rooms,-.
. m. 1., Ko.Taaa'tlUr ne., tajf wjuare
from cars: price.- $2,900: about $200 caste
bal. $8 or $10 per mo. Apply alter 6 p.
tu. P. E. HI.. 1631 .Id U uw. oc4-3l-em
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
"WANTED First-class settee or par
lor set; ood iileces preferred. Address
ORLANDO, this olfice. lt-em
WANTED-A good Job printing press:
must be 111 good condition; quarto sizc.
H.M., this office. oc5-Gt
WANTED-ll) or 20 gallon milk
route; must be a bargain. MILK
ROUTE, this olfice. oc5-2t
"WANTED Single set coupe or cab
Harness. 11AI
RNESB, 127 California st.
nc.
j.i
"WANTED Theater lithogTaph or bill,
uoarupass for two; will pay fair -price
for same each weekr during entire season.
Address JUDSON, P. O. Box 043. oc5-2t
WANTED MI8C
WANTED-Tyiiewrltcrs rented at re
duced rates, with privilege of purchase,
(old on small monthly payments. See the
Duplex (doubIeepced typewriter. Wanted,
operators to learn. NEWMAN'S, Gil 7ttr
st. 'Phone. 11SS. oc3-4-cm
"WANTED All should know Dr. Mary
Gordon tells truthfulness of friends,
business deal, or matrimonial venture.
Tells all your business arfalrs with utmost
.ruth; lost or stolen property; every hid
den mystery repealed; makes speedy and
happy marriages with the one sou love
by proper uclilcc. Don't buy, tell, or
go on a Journey until "you consult this
gifted lady in person Ox by letter, she
diagnoses your case by spiritual Insight
aided by a staff of enmpcieut physician".
Ladles may consult in confidence 011 all
diseases ik'cull;ir to their jcx. Office
and residence. 1109 Q st. nw. sc29-lm
WANTED-A business man with a
siiiuii cuiuuii ucbirca c-inujuyiuc-uk unci
Investment for blsmoney.
Address L.R..this
011 ice.
oco-it
WAKTED-AI1 kinds of housccleniilng
contracteti for at lowest prices; satls-
factionguaranteed. DOMESTICBERYICE
BUREAU. 607 F st. nw. oc4-2t
WANTED-Horse, tor small aire and
.board: rt. M., thU office. ocl-2t
"WANTED To buy n small news plant,
Tung primer and nonparel'i Address
NEWSPAPER, this office. " oc4-3t
WANTED-llousecleaulug tonirocted
ror ai lowest prices; satisfaction guar
anteed. riOMESlIC SEIlVICEUUUi.AU.
607 F nw. nc-4 2t
WANTED-Oltlttfl be seir-tunportlug;
ciarrieu ladles to lessen dressmaking
hills by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school, 718 12th
ft. eeH-tf
Wanted Try Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREK.
Astl cbirgo only for palntlnr work ruarantstl
I.AT. ItUlillKK HOOiT PAINT CO. lOUStinW
FOIt KENT DOOMS.
ROOMS for rent: furnished or unfurnish
ed; with or without board; or will rent
house or part of house. Address 2.12 Del.
a ene e.ni
FOR RENT 3 unfar. rooms. 1st floor;
near Bureau and Agricultural Deparl-
niant. 319 13th st. sw. oc5 2t-n
FUBNISHED-Xi 2d floor room:
closets, heat, gas: would suit two parties;
nociiuurt 11 C111 Deform 0 p. 1U..S15 1 ltiist.
nw. oc-5 3t.e,m
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms: two
$8 each per nioulli, one at $6, or tbreo
for $19: 2 large closets iu 2 rooms. 1207
G st. nw. ll-eni
FOR RENT 1318 14tli st. nw.; de
sirable niimisnirirfebccice57W?ni
FOR RENT 4 furnished rooms. Mrs.
DO.NALUBtjN, 1235 8th st uw.
oc5-2t-cni
FORRENT Unfurnished Turee rooms
and uictne. 2d floor; $20: no children,
805 '.llli st. nw. oco 2t,e,m
Xf58 y st. ne. 2 neatly fur. rooms; near
O. P. P.; $6 and 8. lt.e,m
SUITE of 4 nice rooms, together or sin
gly; furnished or not, at 1806 Rlggs
Place, near 18tn st. and Dupout Circle; new
house. lLe.m
FOR RENT Second floor, 4 unfur
nished rooms, for housekeeping: newly
papered, gas and bath. 1827 9th St. nw.
ocSltcm '
FOR RENT Unfur.; 2 rooms on 2d
floor; heat and gas; suitable for man
and wife. 213 1st su no oe-5-3t-em
S2 AND Sa.fSO,IcTwcek.newly.fur.
rooms; gas, heat, bath; private family.
80G II St. nw. OC5-3C
FOR RENT 12, '624 lltb st. ne.
1st and 2d floors, 4 room
rooms of 3-story
nouse: a. ru. 1.: large ;
yard; near II street
cars Aplpy at 90S F st. nw., A
t.uui
It
ljl.Mji.ll
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
'lwo rooms. 2a ricor. fur. complete;
front cor. room 20x22, back 14 ft. sci ;
cooking utensils, dislits, gas. bath, heat,
refrigerator, and sewing macidne. 301
10th St. sw.. near Smithsonian. It
FOR RENT Lovely frontrooni; nicely
lur.; a. 111. 1; geed locality. 227 1st St.
nw. o oc5-3t
FOR RENT Large back parlor; fur.,
v- lib use of parlor. 310 I it. nw.
oc5-3t
FOR RENT 2 communicating, unfur.
rooms; 2d lloor; beat and gas. CO!' P
t. nw. ccD-31
FOR RENT Unfurnished large see
en I story front tiioiu; circular bay
window, near Cairo Flats. 1510 17tb
st. It
FOR RENT 133 E et. nw., lour rooms
on 2d lloor. also three on 4th floor for
five or six young men, at $5 per month
each. oc3-2t
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms: gas, bath,
etc.; or would fur. one. 1209 llth St.
nw. It
THREE unfur. rooms on 3d floor; Eta
iionar sinndsrhol and cold water: clos
ets in each room; settled couple or laches
preferred, light and heat. 407 G st. nw
oc4-2t.e.m
FOR RENT 815 Q St., cor. 9th, nw.,
2 to 4 rooms, unfur., 2d floor, hall and
bath room, cheap for care of owner and her
fires. - oc5-2t
THREE unfur rooms, 1 u; 2J1 l" st. n w,
oc4-3t,e.m
FOR RENT Large, well furnished
front room, to one or two gentlemen.
In private family; healand light; price. $12;
reference required. Apply at 918 Rhode
Island ave. oc4-2t
FOR RENT One nice room, unrur
nislied or lurnishcd. 355 Pa. ave. nw.
oc4-2t
FOR RENT Unfurnished 1311 llth
st. nw., four lovely rooms; parlor,
chamber, dining room and kitchen.
oc-4-5t
FOR RENT Furnished second story
back room, $5 per month, 1137 9lh
nw. . oct3-3t-em
FOR RENT 1122 lGlh St. nw., largo
well-iurnlsued rooms; fine lucatlou;
reasonible terms; also table board.
oc3-3t-em
FOR RENT Handsome rosewood fur.
room lor rent cheap. 722 llth st.nw.
oc3-7t
FOR RENT Two unfnrnishcd rooms;
third noon with heat and gas, hot and
cold water, $11 per month. 120 C st.
nw. oc3-3t
FOR RENT Furnisheu rooms on sec
ond and third floor, with board: refer
ence given if required. 1723 and 1725 G
St. oc3-7t
FOR RENT 3 commnnicating rooms,
suitable lor light housekeeping. No. 417
N. Y. ave. oc3-3t
FOR BENT 1320 14th su nw., tiro
desirable se-.-ond story front rno.ni, fur
nishd: lelerenees exchanged. oc3-3t
FOR RENT Unrurntshed-roonis, 529
New Jersey ave. nw. oc3-3t
FOR RENT 243 N. Cap. st., fur.
rooms: d und 3d floors; single or en
suite; with Ilrst-elan3 table lioard; near 3
car lines and Capitol. oc3-7t
FOR RENT No. 1165 19th st. nw
lurnisiieti or unfurnished, one large
second rloor frontrooni, alcove; pew house;
nochildren In house; wlthor without board.
, cc3-7t
FOR RENT 3 very desirable fur.
rooms, d lloor; with or without board;
convenient to cars; rent moderate; private
tamllv. 313 Glh bt. se. oc3-3t
FOR RENT No. 9 K St. ne. two
handsomely lurnishcd rooms, with or
without board, private lamlly: convenient
to Pension and Goernnirot Printing of
fices; very low terms to pcnnair-nt tenants.
oct2-4t
FOR RENT Large, handsomely rur
niahed or uuiurnlshcd com. bay window
parlors, separate or together; folding bed,
beat, gas, and batii: suitable for dertlst:
none in vicinity: other rooms: furpLsl.etl
hall bedroom, $4 per- mouth. 215 9th st.
sw., near B. " eel Gt
FOR RENT For housekeeping, three
desirable unfurnished rooms. 911 1st
st. nw. ocl-5t
FOR RENT Coal ai d r. cod yard with
all the appliai ccs for doin business;
locaiedonapt.iilicihoroughtare U LEON-
ARD. ESQ 4 1-2 St. sw. ic29-7t
FOR RENT Tur. rooms fc,r gentle
men; 10 $10 per month; ga. bath
and hent, 1014 IQiit tl, nw. ic2ii-.t
TEMPLAR HOUSE. 207 Pa. ave.
nw. Pleasant rooms; excellent board
from S4 to 6 per week. sc29-7t
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MME. BROOKE telLs all tho cenU
of lire, all business confidential; ladies
and gcntlcme-n. 50 cents each; hours, 0 a.
in. lo 0 p. m. 605 New Yorkavenuenorth
west. near Sixth street- sc24-14t
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FOIt HENT MOUSES.
FOR RENT Store and dwelling., nw.
e-or. Ibiu ancl Tsts-tsood will and rix
turei for sale. Apply 1016 17th su u w.
04 5-1 t-em - J
FOR RENT "o: '20G D st. nw., de-
siraoie u-ruom nouse; e-uueuieue cu
depts. market, schools depots and cars;
rent reduced to $33.50. TH0S. E. WAG
GAMAN.917Fst.nw. oc-5-3t em
FOR RENT 1240 Duncan s., ne., 7
rouuis; an moclb. Hlips.; nearly new;
$15 30. JOHN W. MORRIS, 614Fst.
oe5-7t-era
imttstt nnnT chouse, fine location
northwest, lur ground. Address UUILD-
lie, mis 01 nee. . , sissiv
FOR RENT Part of cottage, lady leav
ing city will rent half of furnished cot
tage, bed, dressing- and dining rooms,
kitchen, excellent Water: convenient to cars;
rent $15.00. JOHJ. Li WEAVER Le Droit
Bldg., bth and F. stanw. It
TAKOMA PARK A flat of 4
rooms, -d story; ilapieavc.; near cars,
etc.; rent, SI2 per nioath. Address J. J.
S.NODGRASS, 520 21stst.nw. oc4-3t-em
FOR RENT Near station, on Metro
politan Branch, dec irabte 9-room house;
stable, carriage house, chicken house;
large lot. Address SUBURBAN, this of.
f ice. cc4-2t cm
TV A NTF.11-Houses tn rent: I am daily
turning away applicants for houses;
nave renieu nearly un iisieci tviui me;
can rent yourhouveat once, CHARLES G.
RING WALT, 930 F st. uw.. Atlantic
Building. -ct4-3t-em
FOR RENT 201G 2d st.nw., LeDroit
l'ark; pleasant quiet location- city
water in houte; well in jard;only $12; key
next door. ccl4-3t-em
FOR RENT 92G N. C. ave. se.. 8 rooms
and bnik stable, $35: 37 8 st. nw..
new.'J rooms. $25; 608 15tlist.ne.,6rooms
and cellar, $15.5b; 61 1, store, corner 15th
and Tcnn. ae., lie . villi 7-room dwelling,
$16.50. F.J.DIEUDONNE,Rooni23,Ohio
Natlniuil Hank Bldg. .
FOR RENT An 8-room house, wash
and woodhouse attached; good well of
water at door, five minutes' walk from sta
tion. Address or apply to J. A. FL1CK
INGER, Vienna, Fairfax county, Va.
oc.1-3t
FOR RENT To n respectable parly,
furnished house filled Willi roomers;
first-class location; refs. G. II., this of
fice. oc3 3t
FOR RENT Pive new bay window
brick House with six rooms, bath, cellar
andstablotowidealley. Thcschousesniust
be 'seen to be appreciated. Any persoi
desiring a nice home in southeast section
willfindlthere. Nos.736to746 12thst.se.
$18 per month each. A. BEHREND.617
E St. nw. oc2-7t
FOR RENT Dwelling housennd store,
liethesda, Montgomery Co., Mil.: easy
terms Address A. COUNSELMANN. this
office se27-7t
MISCELLANEOUS.
EUREKA Carpet Cleaning Company is
cleaning carpets on the lloor without
removing the furniture from the room. Ad
dress Postal, 4 1-2 Maine ave sw.
oc5-2t
LACE curtains laundered by expe
rienced .hands. 35 cents a pair; mail
orders promptly attended to. No. 25 F
St. nw: It
GUNS. RHle-s. Revolvers, loading tools,
miuters' outfits, watclies. Jewelry,
guitai s. violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-half regular dealers nnces at PAWN
SHOP. No. 11109 E st. nw. ocl-Gmo
J. D. MERRITT. Photographer, re
moved in 45 and 401 Pa. ave- nw.;
all work strielly first class,. tc28-Im
JUST RECEIVED line lot yours Cu
Uiti parrots, guaranteed n talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking blrtis. gold
fMi. riogs. and far. y pigeons. SCHIIID'S.
712 I2tt st. uw.. branch 1221 Pa. avo
mvlO tf
FOR SALE STJDTTHHAJ?.
FOR SALE SmaU rann- good house
and barn; 1.0 nii! from Washington.
Inauiranf J. Ai. SMuXaMAN. MiriPKiuaa
P. O., -"Vn- ... "- oi2-7t
FOR SALE teaulirul pkicc at Rlv
erdaie, tu t. &,0.ilarge, new 7 roemi
bojwei:;staule;ori-i4rd.elc:ltJtCiixl28:
oni s'juare from siaflnn; luiU bctutre from
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S. M. .lOXI'.l. nlcl lflh nw. c-4:tt
Fou REXaFAnti;".
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braicaniiuceJgQTlspOJKJiaii'iwejrr
first-c liss placa ror dairy or tr.cK i.rd-u;
luDistric tor Colirr.lUa'riS20;or wil EcUun
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CHURCH NOTICES.
FIFTEENTH STREET M.E. CHURCH,
services In Gunton Temple Chapel, Tour
tecnth street, near R Preaching by pas
tor. Rev. W. "W. Van Artdale, at 11:15
a. ru. and 8 p. m.; conunuulon at morning
sirvkes; Buiiclay-school, 2:30 p. m.; Ep
ft'orth League, 7:30 p. ru. The corner
stone of Fifteenth street church will be
lald Tuesday, October 8, at 4 p. ni.
Bishop Hurst irilldcliver the address. The
Masonic order wil also participate In the
services. All friends of the church are
Invited.
THE030PHY Lecture on thcosophy.by
Mr. R. 8. Lertii, ou Sunday evening, 6II1
instant, at 8 p. m., at Mctzerott Hall,
entrance on F street; take elevator. Reg
ular meeting, Thursday eveuiug, lOtlt in
stant; subject, "Rebirth and PnScxis
tence." Both free; public invited.
VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN
Church Pastor. F. D. Power, 11 a. ni.
and 7:30 p. ni.; Sunday-school 9:30 a.m.;
mission, 3:30 p. m; Christian Endeavor.
6:30 p. ni. Beats are free. Public wel
come. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL (HIURCH.
comer Tenth and G streets, northwest.
Rev. 8. M. Newman, D.- D., pastor The
pastor -will preach at 11 a. ru. and 7:30
p. ni.; music led by Dr. Bischoff. director.
Sunday-school, 9:30 a. m.; Christian En
deavor. 6:30;p. m.
Pastor E. Hex Swcni tells "An Interest
lug Incident About Neck Wear," Sonday
night. 7:45 o'c. Preaching at 11 a. m.,
by the pastor. Free pews. All in
vited. Second Baptist Church Auditorium,
Fourth street- and Virginia avenue south
east. LANE'S CHAPEL CM. E. CHURCH,
corner of Fourteenth and C streets north
east, Sunday, Oilober 6, 1895 Preach
ing by the pastor at 11:30 a. m.; at 3.30
p. ni., class meeting; at 8 p. ni., sermon
by sister E. M . Pinkney. the female re
vivalist. Our" revival will continue for
one week1, unless otherwise ordered. J.
B. Washington. Pastor.
CONGRESS STREET METHODIST
Church. Thirty-first, between M and N
Rev. W. R, Graham. D. D., pastor; Sab
bath services, 11 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m.:
evening subject: "Vanity of Vanities;"
Sahbatu-sctiool. 9:30 a. ni.; Christian
Endeavor. 6:30 p. ni.; mid-week service,
Tuesday evening. 7:30.
FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT
Church, rifth and Virginia avenue south
east; Rev. G. Q. Batkus. pastor 11 a. m.,
communion; 7:30 p m.. revival service,
subject. "Ou the Eve of Battle." Re
vival continued during the week, at 7:30
p. ni. All Invited.
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
corner 9th nnd D sts. ne. Pastor E. B.
Bagbyat 11a. m. and 8 p.m. Evcningsub
Jeet, "The priesthood of believers."
BR00KLAND M. E. CHURCH. Rev.
William H. Chapman, pastor. Sunday
sthool at 10 a. in. Preaching at 11:30 by
the pastor. Epworth League service at
7j30 P;jn.AU welcome-
THE EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN
Church. Md. ave. and 6th st. ne.. Rev.
Thomas Chalmers Easton, D. D., pastor
Rev. Dr. Patca. of Gunton Temple Memorial
Church, will preueh at 11 a.m., and Rev.
Dr. Easton will resume his discourses on
Romanism at 7:30 p. m.; subject. "False
foundations of Roman Catholicism." Ex
cellent music will be rendered. Bnbbath
schooL 9:30 a.m. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30
p. m. Strangers cordially invited. Pas
ter's residence, 308 7th st.jie.
PROTESTANT EPISC0PAL-E P I P II
any Mission, 12th and C Bts. sw.. Rev. A.
M. Hliliker, minister la c-barge. Sunday
school. 9:30. Morning service, 11. Chil
dren's service, with baptism of children,
3:30. Evening service, 7:30.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Dth St. bet. G and II nw.. Rev. Joseph T.
Kelly, pastor Preaching by the pastor at
11 a.m. and 7:20 p.m. Sabbath-school
at 9:30 a.m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
MIdwcekprayer-meeting, Thursday.at7:30
p. ra. Evangelistic services every week
day but Saturday, at 4 p. m.. conducted
by J. W. Dean, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
Quaker evangelist.
UAMLINEM E. CHURCH. 9th and Psts
n w.. Rev. E. S. Todd, D. II.. pastor Sunday
school. 9:15 a.m. Services at 11 a. m.
and 2:30 and 7:30 p m. conducted by
Evangelists Potter and Miller, of Chicago,
111. Epworth League, 6:15 p. m. Services
every eieuing during the week at 7:30
S. m. Tho public nre cordially invited,
fflclal board meeting, Monday evening,
)etober7, 6 o'clock sharp
CENTRAL M. P. CHURCH. 12th and M
sts. nw.. Rev. 8. J. Smith, pastor Preach
ing at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; themes,
"Bringing men to Christ" and "Bringing
Christ to men." 8. S., 9:30. C. E., 6.45.
Prnjer meeting, Thursday, 7:30. Come.
SPIRITUALISM Metzerott Music nalk
Sunday, October 6, 189G. Lectures or the
season begin this month with the popular
speaker, Hon. L. V. Moalton, followed by
that wonderful test medium, Edgar L.
Emerson. Morning service, 11:30, free;
evening service, 7:30. Children's progress,
lve l)rcMm. or Sunday school. 10a. ru.
CHURCH OF OUR FATUER-Corner
Thirteenth nnd L rtreeu northwest.
Service's at 1 1 a. m. and 7:30 11. m. Sunday
school. 9:45 a. m. Young People's Chris
tian Union. G:30 p. m. Rev. A. G. Rogers,
D. II.. pastor, subject, morning: "The
Best Book in the World. How Shall We
Read It." Evening: PoiHilarpralReservice
Ird by Mr. E. Tracy anil the chorus choir:
subject of the sermon: "The Salvation of
Society. Social Helps and Remedies."
FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHCItCn
Eighth and Istrectsnorthtast.Rev.A.Reocb,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in. bv the pas
tor, subject: "City Religion." Preaching
by the pastor at 7'30 p. m., subject: "Self
bound, the C. E. Pledge." C. E. at 6:30
p.jn. Sunday school at 9.30 a. m. Seats
free, large choir. Y'ou nre liulted.
NORTH CAPITOLM.E. CHURCH REV.
Charles L.-1'atc. pastor. 11 a. m.. Lord's
Supper; 7:30 p. ru.. Missionary sermon by
Rev. Dr. Julius Soper, presiding elder,
Japan ronrerencv: 9.30 a. ra.. Sunday
school; 6-30 p. m.; Epworth League.
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE REF
ORMATION Pennsylvania avenue and
Second street southeast. Rev. W. T.
Parson, D. D.. pastor. Services at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. iu. The pastor has
returned to the city and will preach both
morning and evening. Seats free. Christian
Endeavor at G:45; bunday-school at 9'30.
THE BRETHREN PREACHING STJN
day, 11a. m.. and 7:30 p. ra., at No. 316
Pennsylvania avenue southe?st- Morning
theme: "Uncultivated Fields Among Chris
tians." Bibrcclassat9:45a.m. Everybody
invited to attend all these services. Beats
free. W. M.Lyon. pastor-
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, COR-
ner of Twelfth and E streets northeast.
Evangelist A. Wilbanks, pastor, who has
just returned from Atlanta, Ga., will
occupv the pulpit morning and evening.
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. 423 G Bt- nw.
Rev. Alex. Kent, pastor, will speak at
11:15 a. m. on "How to Make the Church
More UfcfuL" Carucand hear. All wel
come. EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH"
Sixth trect ai'd Maryland avenue northeast.
Rev. ThoinasChahuers Easton. II. 1)., pastor,
will recume his discourses on "Romanism,"
Sabbath evening. October 6, 1893.
EDUCATIONAL.
XS64. Education For Real Lire 1896a
For .Sous and Daughters.
Tho Spcncerian Business College.
Naliniial Bank or the Republic Building.
enr 7thondDnw. Dayandnightsessions.
Thf thirty-first scholastic year of this
popularlDsiitutlon begins Monday. Sep
tember 2, 1895. .Five dcpaiuncnis. viz.
Practical business, iuciccllto eomplett
bookkeeping course, EaglU'a rapid cal
culations, rapid writing. .1.1: rj'. and social
culture. DcUarty system of expression',
rivics, ivnlitic.il economy acd commercial
law. rrartlrril Ersl.h. Willi initiatory
Ixiokkeeping. Shorthai.d and T-pe writing;.
"uxiudiuR English: Spercerlan :apil Wrlt
Ug. Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing.
Full corps of thoroughly trained leucnerk
ideation cautraL
Offica open every busli.eai day und
llshl.
Writo or call for new annual announc
mcni. lira. Sara A. Spencer,
Principal unJ Proprietor.
GERMAN LESSONS 7-atural
mclhou. progress guaranteed; $2 per
month. 1015 14lh st.nw- oc3-3t
TBACHEROF MUSIC Mrs. M.Wal-
deiker wilrresume her Instruction In
vo--al and" IrJstrumental music at nerxesi--
nenee. 1B04 Caroline t nw.. bet. T and-
II ta- rfr-oc4-3t 1
EDUCATIONAL.
The
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v.uiuiimjpiij
oor ' "fT
University "
WASHINGTON. D. C
REV.
B. L. WHITMAN, D. D'l'p.resIdeLt
Examlnatlonof Candlcfates for Admission
to College. Medical, and Dental Schools.
September 20 and 21.
College Session begins September 23.
Hissioii of Academy bcginsSeptember23
Session of Medical School begins 00-
tntu-rl- T'li'l ti? 11 H
Session of Dental School .begins Oc
tober 1. "" " '-' --
Session of Scientific School: begins Oc
tober 2.
Session of Law School begins October 3.
Session of Graduate 8ctiooL.bc2lU3 Oc-,
tober 4. "!-
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THE InErAHATOX fCBPL.
Tlioruugli prepitratlon forluoCol
lego, fur Hie Sclenttflo School, for
tln Naval ttinl Military Acudcmlea,
und for lnmlne-iss.
THE COLLEGE. ,
FnllClHHMicalitiidSclentlflcCoarsea.
Open to Mtudentitufrtotlu'exes.. .
THE COIICORAN SCIENTIFIC
SCHOOL.
Forty-seven Prvfextoai nnd In
structors; twenty-tliree fall de
purlini-iit; twelve fall mnraes of
study. Special studeiits-ttdmltted.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twclsc profesvsorn, lnclpdlmz, two,
AHKUCtute JiiitlceM of'tlio United
Stutis Supremo Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty professors and nhsletants.
The course Is iQurjjreuw.,, ;v,
TI1E DENTAL SCHOOL. f
Sckventnen professors; nnasnal
facilities, 'i'tio course la three,
yiiirs.
TUE GHAUTJATE SCHOOL.
Courses of ndsanced Instruction,
Iciidluii to M. A., M. S.. C.E., E. E-,
Hiid l'U. D.
vt
For catalogue descriptive of the several
courses address EOBT.. H.. MA RTIN,
Secretary.
THE LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D., President
IheUON. WALTER S.COX. LL. D., Dean,
(Associate Justice of ibe Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia.)
Professor of the Law of Real Estate, of
Contracts, and of Commercial Paper
The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D.,
(Associate Justice if the Supreme Court
of the United States,)
Professor of the Constitutional Jurispru
dent of the United States, of the Law
of Domestic Relations, of Per
sonal Property and of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY. LL. D.,
(boini-tmic Assistant Attorney-GeDeral of
the United States,)
Professor of Eiiuity Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and of
the Law of Evidence, and the
Jurisdiction and Practice of
the U. 8., Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL. .,
(Associate Justice nf the Supremo-Court
of the United States,)- -Professor
of the Law of Corporations -?-Prof.
O. H. EMMOTT, LL. 1L.
(or the Johns Hopkins University,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRY E. DAVIS, LL.M.,
(Sometime Assistant Attorney ot the Dis
trict or Columb!,V "
Lecturer on the History of Law.
WILLIAM P. MATTlNGLYI'Esg;.; '
(or the Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court
or the Ilistrlet nf Columbia.)
Lecturer on Criminal La w.aDdUin Criminal.
1'ieading and rractice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN irUTTERWORTH.
(Sometime United States Commissioner ot
Patents.)
Professor ot the Law of Patents.
WILLIAM G. JOHN80N, LL. M.,
(ot the Washington Bar,)
Professor of Legal Catechetlcs Common
Law Practice, and Judge ot the
Moot Court.
COURT OP APPEALS.
WILLIAM P. MATTLNGLY,
Chief Justice.
HENRY E. DAVIS, CHARLES TV. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MARTIN,
Secretary and Treasurer.
NATIONAL Academy of Fine Arts
Drawing and Painting. Thorough In
struction for artists, teachers, decorators,
designers, Illustrators, parents and children.
In ever branch of art. Portraits to
order in every style, from 510 to $3,000
Old or In lured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored, lnjtue most skiUful manner. 502
E st. nw. se22 tf
EMERSON INSTITUTE
( Young's Academy.)
SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHB.
MAT1CAL. i
School for Young Men and Boys,
914 14th Bt, bet-1 andK.
Begins Its forty-fourth scholastic year Sep
tember 23. This school has a national repu
tation, and Is recognized as oncof tbeleadlng
preparatory schools of this country. It
prepares Tor all the universltles.colleges and
sclentiflo ecoooIs. tor the United States
Mill tarv and Naval academies, and for busi
ness. Tbegraduatos of thisschool take alga
rank wherever they go.
Mr.EdwmH.Fosterwfllcontlnnein charge
of the Junior Department. For circulars,
etc.. address
CHAB. B. YOUNG. Ph. D..
sel7-lm Principal and Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS Stenographer will
give prhatc instructions to few per
sons desirous of learning shorthand; terms
reaosnable. Address- INSTRUCTOR,- Ibis
office. . oc4-3t
ARCHITECTTJBAL drawing and
mathematics; thorough .instruction;
moderate tuition. Address DRAFTSMAN.
this office. ocl-7t
SHORTHAND A-SEECIAtTY.
By H. 0. Tanner, Granite bldg., corner P
and Ninth, streets. Call or-send for cir
cular. cel7-Tmo
RaW EomeopatMc Medical College
Has removed to the new college bulMius;,
No. 625 Massachusetts' avenue northwest
The regular course ot lectures for the
Tue regular course oe lectures iot me 1 .i , - tkbti'I'iiti-' 1212
esslniTof 189541 will begin 0ctoll-t4OT4wieiS?i
c.ou p. IU. mc iutiuuui.iiiij uiuiia iiui
be made by the president, ZalmanRlchards,
esq., followed by Prof, J. ff Hensley,
M. D., Dean of Faculty, the public' Is"
cordially Invited to be present, Students
desiring to matriculate can get announce
ments and information by applying to the
registrar at the college building. The free
dispensary tor the treatment of-all diseases
open dally from 2 to f p. m. Dental
Infirmary, 10 to 12-aod "SuieS p. uv
By order of the Board of Trustees.
ZALMAN RICHARDS, president
. se24-10t
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT-OF-TUB
COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY.
1325 H st.--nw.v" ai is u
Washington. D. a The sevcnty-rourU
session begins October-1...1895.-.The..u-troductory
lecture will be delivered by
Dr. W. W. Johnston at 8 p. nr. Octobers.
Regular dally lectures nt 5 JO p m. Every
laclllty for clinical and--taboratory
work. Laboratories open day and even
ing. ..
DR. D. K. 8HUTE, Dean,
1120 New York ave.
DR. E. A. DE SCHWEINITZ.
BeqreWryiTjeasiirer,,
sc!7-lmo 132S;,H St. nw.
Washlrarton.D.C. -A day School for yoUni
ladles and little girls. In addition to a
thorough course in English. Fiencu.Gerrcan
and Latin, special adyaptagesarcoffereciw
students tn the art artd musical departments."
A klndergarteu will be opened in connec
Uon with the- academy. -TClS'lm"
MRHEUNUON MORHELlT
Pnpll of' FrancesCiV LitnJnMftIi'o4--MHaa'
Studio at residence, 1410.15tust nw.
sel7-4mo ? ig ni-" kh
PATNTiNG fossons. UyrMr.-antl Mr
Wm. McElluunoy, 425 4Ui St. irr.; Tjty
and-evening classes; terms moderate."-
sant2?.7t "
EDUCATIONAL.
OLIVIA
INSTITUTE
PHARMACY
Now opa for tn reception of students."
CHEMISTRy,
Prof. Charles E. Monroe, Ph. D.
BOTANY,
William R. Smith, Supt. Botanical
Garden, U.S. A
MATERIA MEDICA.
'"- Nancy D. Richards, M. O.
PHARMACY.
John F. Green, Inst.
For farther information apply at retlcleacsk
Maple Square, S. O. ATe. and tth SL & .
'Georgetown University,
CPoundedrrsa)
SCHOOL OF LAW.
FACXTLTY.
BT. J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S. 'X,
Prelsdent or the University.
Hon. HENRY B BROWN. LL. S.
p (Justice Supreme Court ot the United
btates), ,
Lecturer or. Admiralty Jnrlsprudence.
Hon. MARTIN F. MORRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court ot Appeals of tn
'District of Columbia),
Lecturer on Constitutional and Internsr
tlonal Law and Compara
tire Jurisprudence.
Bon. BETH 8UEPAKD. LL. D.
Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia).
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and
Equity Jurisprudence.
Hon. JEREMIAH M. WILSON. LL. D,
Lecturer on the Law. nf Real Estate aa
the Law of Evidence.
JOSEPH J. DARLINGTON, LL D..
lecturer on the Law ot Personal Prop
erty and Contracts
GEORGE E. HAMILTON. LL. D ,
lecturer on Practice. Testamentary Law
snd Eoulty Pleading and Practice.
B. ROSS PERRY. A M.. LL. D.,
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading, Crimt
sal Law. ard Domestic Relations. .
Bey. RENE HOLALND, 8. J.,
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGE A. LAMBERT. LL. D..
Lecturer on VIvll Law.
CHARLES A. DOUGLASS. Esq .
Lecturer on the Law of Torts and Necotlsr
ble Paper.
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT.
A-M-
Court of Appeals- Messrs TALLMADOB
A. LAMBERT. JOB -BARNARD, and
HENRY WISE GARNETT.
SAMUEL M. YIATMAN. A. M..
Becre tarv and Treasurer.
The twenty-sixth annual session ot
the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY.
OCTOBER 2. 1895, at 6:30 p .m.. In its
commodious, specially designed Law
School Building, Nos. 506 and 508 B
street northwest, when the Introductory
lecture will be delivered and announce
ments made for the ensuing term. Pres
ent and prospective students. ajumnl
and all others- Interested In legal educa
tion are cordially Invited to be present
The secretary can be seen in his of
fice In the law building daily after
September 13, from 6 to 7 p. m., for In
formation, enrollment, etc. Those pro
posing to connect themselves with the
school for the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll their names before the open
ing night and thus avoid tie delay incident
to that occasion. t
Circulars giving the course of study.
terms, etc. can be obtained at book stores
ot W. H. Morrison's Sons. 1326 F street
northwest; Lowdermllk A Co.,1424F street
norhtwest. and John Byrne Co., 1322 F
street northwest, and at W. S. Thompson's
drug store, 703 Fifteenth street norta
west, or on application personally or
by letter to the undersigned. -
B. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS
WASHINGTON. D. C.
VA SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-first year opens TUESDAY, Oc
tober first. Large and attractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a refined heme and a progres
sive school.
Applications for admission of pupils to
rthe day school may be madeaf lerSeptember
fifteenth, between the hours of ten and ons
o'clock each morning.
MRS. iUiAlitlil J. bO.MEKS, J
se27-3mo.
PrincipaL
PRIVATE LESSONS Mathemat
ics, Latin. German. French, and Eng
lish branches. Terms verv reasonable.
University graduate. 109 7th st se.
0C4-26
BANJO taught by note or simplified
method; a piece guaranteed In each,
lesson by latter, or no charge. Send for cir
cular. STEPHEN It. CLEMENTS. Studio
1016 8th nw. Residence, 1108 Fin. ave.
ne. oct3-7t-em
PIANO lessons.
on reasonable terms
ny experienced
PIANO, this office.
teacher. Address
pc3-3t
WIMODAUGHSIS. 1328isttrw.
Classes begin Oct 1; English branches,-
Business classes. Elocution, Journalism.
&lterature. Dancing, Delsarte, French and
erman.
ADA L. SMITH. Supt - selO-tt
THE DUNT0NIAN
ElBCtriGal Institute.
nUTCHINS BUILDING. 10TH AND D
BTS. K. W.
We teach clectrldly In science and cp
pllcation. Applied mechanics, Mechanical
draughting and designing. Full labora
tory and practical shop courses. Latest
and best methods. Not the "only school
in the world." but the best in Washington.
Opens October 2. Call at the office for
full particulars, or address the principal.
GEORGE KDW. DUNTON.
LADY STUDENTS ADMITTED.
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NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Home and Day bchool for Girls. 1761
,N st, near Connecticut ave.
' MRS. WM. D. CABELL,
se!7-lm PrincipaL t
The Howard University Law School
(Founded 1367)
Will open TUESDAY, Oct 1, at 6:30 p. m. TUI.
TI0NFREB. For circulars contslnlnz further
Information address JAJIE9F. BUNDY, Eecre.
tary. Office In Law School Building-. 4i0 5th st
nw. The school Is open to all, WITHOUT DIS
TINCTION OF RACEOR SEX, who are orerli
years ot age and possess proper qualiflotlons.
Education Below Cost
For young men, in 12 branches of study:
every one a bread-winner; evening sessions
only at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Business School, 2d floor.Lenmanbuild
Ing. 1425 New York ave. nw. Call for full
particulars. se25-lm.
and
opens.
Sept. 25. MB. and MRS. B. B. MASON.
selOlmo
SPANISH s the most beautiful of ail
languages anu luc. easiest cu ixaiu, juu
can read, write, and converse In twenty
lessons. Address ESPANOL, this ortice.
oc2-7t .
THE CORCORAN G ALLERYOF AHT.
Tho Art Bchool connected with the
Corcoran Gallery of Art will be opened on
timiiiT. October 7. 1895. Applications
- for admission must be made at the 17th st
entrance. By oroer, j:. o .tx&jujAKin,
Curator. e3u-6t
Washington School of Expression,
METZEROTT MUSIC HALL,
P-etreet entrance.
Voice a specialty. Pantomlrala training and
Physical Culture. Best methods. Indorsed by
Yale, Harvard, University of Chlcaco, and
others. Send for announcement
WSL K. ilOWRER. Principal.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ATTENTION! REPUBLICAN VOT-
nus! tHEjnion republican
CLUB, of the District, will issue certifl-
n... it - and C. & O.. R. R. Certificates con
be obtained at Room 144, Wlllard's Hotel,
from GEO 8 EMERY.sccrctaryoftheclub.
ALEX. W. HOLT.
Chairman Campaign Committee.
3 3
J. PFLEGING, Tailor.
Wltn W. U, CRANSTON,
1457 Ta. ave. , cor. 15th st
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