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TBUI MORNINfr TIMES. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1895.
Noadvertlsemenrriasi than 10s-
One Gent &
KondTrtl9ment lo than 10
No advertisement leas than 10
1. ocdvcrttseme.it less than 10
NoadvortUJ-TJOUt Ion thai I0.
One Gent &
o advertisement less thai 10.
One Gent A
oadvci-tlsernent less than IO
"WANTED- Plenty of roaleheipoii hand
m 3UU list.-UW. Mrs. L. C. MOORE.
WAKTED-Sw-'fal young men eiperi-
-ej -ed in ur y goods busuiuss. Appl if at
92S711) jl.Jiw. lt
WA.HTED-Reliable help. -Willi ref..
lerniMiect at onvc. Indies stiould call
or drup postal BROOKE INDUSTRIAL
AGENCY. 712 13th st, uw. lt
WAKTED-Experienced ralesmen to
fell our toilet paper packets to mer
chants, good seller; cominiislou. Call -137
insist, nw. It
WANTED- .1 gents on lhdustriallnsur
.uiii business, good salary made liv ex-perlciu-ol
and reliable men. Apply to
JAS W. YA'IES. Guardian Life. 1324 t
bt nw. ocll-2t
"WANTED Ancxpericnced scourer and
presser; iiiso, an apprentice to learn
the trade. Apply at ouce toJ31 D si.
nw oc l-2t
WANTED-2 good houc palmers.
j.T. M.uiT 4sli Va. arc, sw. lt-e.m
"WANTED Ten canvassers: saiary to
a liiumes.. A pply 802 F st- Koom 55. 1 1
WANTED-A tirsl-ciass oysler cook;
must oe will riconimeiided. Apply at
II. CROWLEY'S OYSTER HOUSE. No. SB
II t. nw., opposite Government Printing
WANTED-A good bushelniaii to alter
mtuing; steady position to right man;
no others need apply; apply to tuorro w 1.
twe-en U and 10 a. m. MITCHELL BROS.
it CO., 405 7th st. nw.
irakes tt-u a month: call nt once and fee
MR. WEISS, 43B Utti St. uw..frora e to It).
WANTED-A young lady, neat and
pleasant, for housekeeper. Address
HOME, Uilsjjffice. ocl-lt
WANTED-nail-grown white girl, in
siiiaujaimly- 14-t 1-2 II st. nw. It
W 4.NTED-A reliable white girl to do
general uousc-wort; must stay ulghts.
Cal.al 21U '. Y.ac nw, between 7 nnd4
o'llcrs. ami bring rcicrcuccs. ocu-.ii.
; - . .. - .... ... i .. ..... ...i.i.. rii-t.
t.jsiaumiress. Call at 1703 (i st.nw.,
WAMTED-Brooke Industrial Agency,
i- i.iin st. nw. Removed from 730
11 til st. nw. First elass help guaranteed
Timid situations, with good wages. Offlee
oiien from b e. m. to G p. in. Orders daily.
TfANTED-E private family iu'Gaitb-
ersoors, governess for two glrli nod
assist in housework; ref. required. DOS F
st n w.
WAKTED-1''IUIIS white girl, as nurse
lor one child; reference required.
Call at 6ti9 11 st. uw. lt-cru.
WANTED-A white girl, Tor house
work ai.n assist in kitchen. Must b
a soid washer and trcner Apply at le2i
li i i nw tf.-om.
FASTED-First-class tnilcrcss on
MMl, tW -f-v m .s....... ....,.. j
nieui Apply 010 lllh st. nw., Sd lloor,
"VvrJAiia'rET llair-srown white slrl to
neip aio.iiid store and house. GO
Pierce st. rov. st30-2t-cm
WAKTED-White girl, to take care of
ciuiareu iu.v assist with housework.
oai l Et. ne. "iii
WANTEDr-A colored slrl to do general
Housework; rets, required. Apply 07
Hal, ne. U-tnt
WASTEB-A, pood, steady colored
wcnuiu to cook, waih, and iri-n. for
ramilv cf 5. seaO-2LE&M.
"V TED-A sood, intelllsent sirl.
about 10, in i:ied of a gcod heme and
kiLd reainniit, with ttuali wskos, and is
able atd willir;; to afsist in kgLl housc
woik In a mall icn-ily, can aodrew Mrs.
JAMU3 JJ .tui olf.ee. icaO-EAM.
WANTED-A Eood white clri lo do
i.,.im'wii: in a n.all family; niodcraie
waces. No. 1515 Columbia st, nw. lt-e,m
WANTED-"! a colored woman a
Ptucu u ecnk cr general housework.
Api.i y. 332 C st.-sw. e30-2t-c,m
WAKT33D-A 5kx1 GenuaiiRirl locoofc
i mi assist, iu iceneral iKMiSf keeplns: i;ood
honiv. au.t cood wages. Call ti 1 1 S st. nw.
1TAKTED-A -white icirl to do seneral
ii iiseivors. tor a family or two; city
refs. 1C05 1) st. ne. se30-lt
TVAKTED-A resiertab;o white wo
iii.ia ii kind deposition without til 1
dren t lake the arc of a lively. r inoiiths'
oU bahv boy; will pay SIO a mnntb and sup
ply milk: bet refs. required- Answer, with
lull ii.-irtli-ilara, Mrs. B., this .ff Ice.
WAKTED-Som I'rmcctive Agency
has places for help every aay witfc
Fnd references. All capacities. OiO lliu
tt. n. xv. 6e4lmo
TANTED-A youns ma nwould like a.
piutv ju a private family to run a.
furiiaii or as house servant; can furnish
ref Address U. T-. this office. oel-4t
"WANTED By experienced fireman,
IiomUoii to fire furnace for winter. Ad-
dress F1KEMAX. this office. It
"Vr ANTED By a 3ounj; man, work of
any I tnu; not arrald ot work. I'leasa
adilre-- F S.. this olfke. octl-l't
WANTED-Dy a iiilored man, place
as waiter, or oyster cook, or driver,
or hostler: tood refs. Drop card nt IM6
T St. nw. JAS. PEKRY. It
T7AKTED-A first-class white barber
wishes a s-:uatlon. Addicss It. X. T
this offk-e. 1 1. .
WANTED-A position by a drus clerk
or rour jears' experience: sood refs.
Address at once II. II. 11.. thlsoff ice. It
WANTED-By boy, to drive milk
wagon. Address 222a Va. ave. nw. It
SOBER, inreful man desires position as
fireman orjensineer; finest possible ref.
from last employers. Address J OH.V SIOX-
GOLA, 417 1, nw. se30 3t-cm
WANTED-By young man (23), to
learn the butter business. Address KEN",
til is office. sc3U-3t-em
WANTED By a rcsreclable colored
man u situation as coachman, waiter,
driver for doctor, or work or any kind; 3
years refs. from last place. Call for 3 dayi I
1G27 12th t. nw. It-cm
WANTED Place as first-class cook
in hotel or restaurant. Address 12b
C st sw. sc30-3t
WAKTED-riace as engineer or ror
ter In store; can roast coffee also. Ad
dress G23 N. Y. ave. nw. se29-3
EXPERIENCED clollunc salesman
wants position: cood references as to
ability, etc. Address G.. this office
WANTED-rai'S girl wishes situa
tion in candy store, to sell and take
charge. 125 U st. nw. It
WAKTED-Washinc and ironing to do
.it home. Address 21L2 Sth st. nw.,
alwvc Grant ave. ectl-2t
WANTED By a colored -woman, a
puce as cook or general housework.
Appiv.-!32 C st nw. octl-2t-e,ra
-YVANTED--Gci'man lady desires posi
tion as governess; speaks French flu
ently; best references, foreign and city.
Mlbrt LINA KOCH, Govaitown, ltd.,
Balto. county. ocl-3t
WAKTED-Uy respectable woman,
puce to do guicral housework, in a
sm.ul family. Call 1218 lOthst. .It
"WANTED By a respectable colored
girl, place in small family, for light
boils 'Work Apply 2120 l.lthst.nw. It
WANTED-Washing at home.
it tires uiy .Mass. ave. nw..
WANTED-To do general housework
in small tamily; colored woman. Ad
dress 1413 N. J. ave. nw. It
WAKTED-By first-class dressmaker,
engagements by day or week: perfect
fitter and good sewer. Address 1760 T st,
WANTED-By -young woman, place,
cookiug or ligtit housework, small fam
ily Address 10:10 1-2 loth st.nw. It
NDKSE-Experienced with Invalids, con
finement or insanity. Address 002 E
it nw. se30-it-cm
EMPLOYMENT Wanted by experl-
ViiVVU j uuuf, .u; u uv & Hiuiit ukubi
keeper, cashier or tjpewriter: satisfactory
rcr. a ml Eecuriiy U. S3., thlsortice.
WAKTED-By respectable colored
gin l.eo in private family as cham
bermaid and waitress. Address No. 1018
Sth st. nw. It -cm
TV ANTED-Place as first-class coofc
in hotel or restaurant. Address 128
r m nw se2B-3t
OFFICE BOOMS FOB IlENT.
FOR RENT One-half ot office room or
desk room. Apply at Boom IS, W. L.
ft T. Bldj;.
FOB BENT HOUSES.
litl Muss are nw. iSftl 101U st sw, Sr..10 00
in 1. lfir $101 Ot'Ccr.DnndEetsnw
310 C et nir, ml 15r 6K 111 unfur. rooms.
17iSLstnir.iiii.i;r SOBS 1761 P nw, ml,
aco G st uv, m I, I J3r 67 GO
Ur 50 00,1131 Bthst nor, ml,
S015lhstnir,ml, Ur 00 B0
lOr. E5 00fOI list nw.ini.irrHJ uu
rcul:.Lse. nw. m
lliS3il st nir. mL
l.ior s; 50
llt'J O.h st uu. in
lor. S3 so
159 fla are nw, m
1. 10r Si W
81 Sd nw, ra 1, 7r. 23 E8.411 N. Y. ave, Mr,
IJOOstnc. ml, UriJlJO; niU!lr 47 50
lTtUbtkiw, ml.Tr 21 ia K.Y, o nw,
41Slslse, ml, 7r. 2t DOi iill.Sr. 25 42
lniGIl no. ml.Tr. Ll t'llll Columbia ss
ttw E st nw, 2nd f I nw. ml. Sir 23 30
2r. SOOOICiOuw, mt.Sr. 50
11IS 1th si liw.Urs- 13 tX) SC3 10th t ue, in I,
HiO N J ave nw,m I 7r 50
1.5r. 10 SO 213 II lie. in 1. 7r. 21 00
1IM lsth st nw, (litOTnw.mi, br. aiao
Gr n 401i5Histnw. Cr 10 to
COS Whltoer ave n 2aWthst sw.ir.. 18 00
w stable) Cr. .. 15 09 10-.3 4tn st lie, 8r.. 10 00
Cor.tsthand Grant 250i7thst uw. Or.. 15 u0
avnw,4r 15 0'2 seott ave n w,
25'J47thstnw,5r.. II to, isublo), Cr..... 15 CO
3H13thsw,Cr.. .. U 00 2132 11th uw, 6 r... 15 00
2-.T03t8tnw, m I, itxi2NJnvenw,0r H 00
7r. 13 50J1231 Usrsw.Sr... 13 so
711 Grant avosw. JriOllthsi se.Sr.. 13 50
5r. 13 S0S3Lstse.5r. 12 SO
633L60,5r 11 50 2308 6th 6t nw, 5r. It CO
(stable), 5r I2 0-J
nw, 5r 10 SO
Hear 48 i! t sw,5r 10 00
913 GoUou st sw.
5r. 10 53
Bear 227 lllh st
lblU3ltli st nw.sr iu w
1731 Hayes' Court
420 lrallklln st
nw,5r 10 CO
910 9th st nw.store iNlchols Road,
anil dwIg,5r....SJ3 SO WactsmlthsUop a 00
L04 4stew, store f
auldwlg,5r.... 20 00
105 Drapers' alley Itear319 Cst nw. tlO 00
A S. CAYWOOD. 933 Sth Bt nw.
FOR RENT-Nos. 32 and 34 L St.
uw.; o rooms, gas and water, only
1033 3d st. nw., 6 rooms and -water,
721 13th ne.; 8 rooms; all mod. imp.;
231 and 233 Elm st. Le Droit Park;
7 rooms cam, only S20. By
CIIAS. S. SHUEVE,
se29-3t 1 toil 7tll nw.
FOR TRENT 1421 Pierce Place nw.;
fresh painted, bath, gas nnd Uiy win
dow: sK rooms and kitchen. Rent, $21.30,
In advance. lt-e
FOR RENT 331 11th st. se.. 513.50,
six-room irame; w. and s. Call 700
E st. e. se2l-3 1
FOR RENT Dwelling lioase and store,
betiiesd.1, Montgomery Co., lid.: easy
terms Address A. CuUNSELMANN, this
FOR RENT Bargain In rooms. In
quire 2ju8 14th st., drug store, liefore
2 n. m. seii-oi
X4X.r0 12" E ec nw.: 14r.; a. m. L
tJT T. SOBER. G15 E BU nw.
S3R.OO-1420 9th st. nw.;dr., b.; m.1.
C. T. YOnElt.C10Est.iiw.
S3S.SO-H33 9th Bt. nw., 9 rooms and
eeiiii; in. i. . x. muiiiu
FOR RENT Furnished A six-room
nonet-, with large yard and stable,
S30 per mouth. Inquire at 1010 Fla.
nvp ne. n-2''-2t
fob sale norsES.
FOR SALE-Very cheap, a beautiful
new brick house on Columbia Heights:
well built; all in, i.; Address J. B. G., this
FOR SALE-S3L0 cash. 525 ier mo.;
.No. ltit lsifct. uw.;netvlay wlutSow;
press brick; 9 rooms and l.ath: electric
ij.-!i and lighter; cabiuel tuunlcU; latest
Improvement: sanitary pluinhlng iiarty
wail wortn fiuu: it lu&iuu 10 iiuej;
iince, f4,uUO j.iLlto i
G. JEsTIilt. G39
r st. nw.
FOR SA.LE AtLangdon.a new frame
house, at a sacrifice; offer wanted.
Address SACRIFICE, this office.
FOR SALE A small house with lot
running (Tick to tlte next struct, in tl,o
nortlieaBt; house rents for ?f'.00 and will
be sold at a sacrifice' on account of the
financial vinbarrasm'.nt of the owner.
The purchaser must be willing to accept
tax title. Address AIRS. T. M. B. this
HELP WASTED-MALE AJTD
-WAKTED'-AU kinds of help furnished
tree ol marge, in or out of the city, by
AlltS. L.C.AtUORE.oCG O st.nw. octl-3t
WANTED Smith Piemlor Type
wilier operators and stenographers
directed to positions. Operators de
filing to familiarize themselves with new
No. 2 Bmilh Piemicr Typewriter call
THE SIIITII PREAIIKR TYPEWRITER
CO . No 1410 F st. nw jy31-tf
WANTED-A B or it rtmin modern flat;
couieniiut to 14th st. car line. Ad
dress MODERN FLAT. thi office. sclG-tf
WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED-AH kirds otold U. 8. K)St
age siaui3. llepariment stamps espe
ciallv ileeireil. Highest prices paid. H.
F. DUNKUORST, 1005 7th St. nw.
WANTED-I want part of house, 3
to b rooms, central, or will rent a
house Jointly with some one. Address
RE X. Ill I sof 1 ivc. od-3t
WANTED-Ttirec or four large unfnr.
room, nw.. -with heat and gas: rentf
S20. Address MOTUER AND DAUGII-
TEUS. this ftffkTi. ocl-2t
WANTED-By October 1. two well-
lur. rooms and lioard for 3 adults, in
nw.; within 0 or 0 blocks of the Interior;
state particulars. Address MARSHALL,
this office Ec30-lt,cicm
WANTED-Unfurnished room for gen
Utiaau; slate price: ref-. exchanged; ne.
preferred Address Box 408, City T. O.
WE are Mill tilling out regardless of
cost, to make room for new fall goods.
Oar $1 hard oil stains. YOUNG CO.,
1PII4 7 tli st. nw.
WANTED-Uooil second hand coffee
mninmn eg caddies, 8041 st.nw. nl-2
WANTED-Bicycle; Model, 1895. Co
iutnbii, bterllng, Spalding, or Syra
cuse: nnst be In good order and cheap.
Address B U. C, this office. It
" ANTED Oneeacli of chemistry, phy
siology, anatomy, materia raedica, and
aistologv; give author, binding, and con
dition. Address IMMEDIATELY, this of
WAKTED- Horse, -wagon and harnes?,
for light work, on monthly payments.
120 Gth st. se. It
WAHTED-A Smllb premier type--n
nter in good condition; will j-ay cash.
Address H42 K st nw st20-3t
WANTED-A busliess manager, with
capital, lor manufacturing purposes.
Address INDEPENDENT, this onice.
WANTED-U. S. and foreign stamps
unu proof sets, at highest prices. A
large and choice assortment for sale. C.
F. ROTHFUCHS, 359 1-2 Pa. are.
WANTED-Flve thousand good liva
BIRD STORE, 712 12th St., and 1221
Pa. ave. nw. (e26-Gt
TV ANTED- Girls to be scir-supportlns:
niarricu ladies to lessen drcssmaklug
bills by learning to cut by Merchant Tailor
Bquare: iiartlculars at school, 718 12th
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE.
And charge only for palatini workrnarantetS
N.VR RUBBER ROOF PAINT CO, 1023 fits nw
GOOD board, nice rooms, private fam
ily: all conveniences; terms reasona
ble. 224 13 1-2 St. sw. sc30-3t-e,m
BOARDING-Bay window rront
room: opposite park, with or -without
board. 602 B st. sw. sc30-4t
70S C st. sw.; nice rooms. sel9-10t
FOR SALE There will be no belter
time to get a bargain In real estate
than now. We are offering a Tew lota,
24 0x130, -well located ne., on .terms to
(nil purchasers, at $300 per lot: near cable
cars. Secure a- borne site. Call- for -plat
and full information. JNO. F. WAGGA
MAN. 70 14th St.. room 4. titUtt
FOB BENT BOOMS.
FOR RENT 2 desirable connecting
rooms, together or separate, to geutle
mcnonly. 929 181b st.nw. seJO-31-em
FOR RENT Nicely fur. back parlor;
also I rout nail room, 3 back rooms. 200
D et. nw. ocl-3t
FOR RENT Very desirably situated
lurivcoruer, round, bay-window par
lor; uurur. if desired; also handsomely fur.
front, round and square bay-window rooms;
first-ilas3 board, $15 per month; new house;
handsome gilt paper throughout Call 700
FOR RENT 2 comniunltatltg 2d
f loor rooms, fur. and unfur. 1 10
11th st. nw; se30-Zt-e,m
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms.
i-ki lioor, near markets and cars, terms
moderate. 435 K St. liw ocl-3t
FOR KENT Large, handsomely lur-,
nishisl or umurnlshed com. bay window
parlors, separate or tcgether; folding bed,
heat, gas, and bath; suitable for dentist:
none In -vicinity: oilier nanus: furnished
hall bedroo-ii, $4 per mouth. 215 9lh st.
sw.. near B. ocl-Gt
FOR RENT That four-story prensed-
brick lrout Uwelluig, No. 1420 11th st,
nw., coutalulug ten large, pleasant rooms
nnd tmtli rfxiiii. v.il:i lanre srd front nnd
rear, at $40 per month. AtldressJOHN C.
FAY, 1410 F st. uw.
FOR KENT-3 unlumLshed rooms on
tniru lloor. 1138 16th st. ccl-3t
FOR RENT Fur. or unfur. rooms on
Lngntwood ave. railway. Call after
G p. in. 2514 7th st. uw. ccl-2t
FOR RKNT'-for housekeeping, three
desirable' unfurnished rooms. 911 1st
st. nw. ocl-5t
FOR RENT l'ieasanllurniMied rooms;
first and second floor. 102 1st st.
FOR RENT Desirable rooms; reason
able rates; quiet location. 824 i:itn
st. nw. ocl-3t
FOR RENT Two nice front rooms on
second lloor; bath; price $0.00 Iicr
mouth. 4.13 N nt.- off. 1 1
with board and hotel comforts, ocl-lt
FOR RENT Two handsomely fur
nished rooms, lirst floor. 904 H st.
FOR RENT Five large rooms. In
cluding gaa and water; 518 pcrmontb.
1G24 7th st.nw. . ocl-2t
FOR RENT 012 E sU nw., near Oth,
desirable fur. parlors, alcove, slrgle or
en suite: also, front rooms 2d nnd 3d
floors: very central. se28-7t.
FOR RENT Three unrurnished rooms,
second ticsir; heat, gas, and bitli; $12
per month. 38 R st. uw. References.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room,
second lloor fmnt; nice locality; suit
able for gent and lady or for two persons.
720 Cth st. uw. ocl-2t
FOR RENT Furnished room, for $G
per mouth, in private Tamily. 6G Mass.
ave. nw. ocl-2t
FOR RENT Large, unfurnished com
municating rooms; also, lurolshed rooms
with board; near three lines ot cars. No.
910 12th st. nw. It
FOR RENT 122G Slavs, ave. nw., a
very desirable room on 2d floor.
FOR RENT 2 neat fur. or unfur.
front rooms tor ladle3 or gentlemen:
suitable for llgUt housekeeping it desired;
convenient to electric or cable cars. 70o
B st. nw. se30-3t-c,m
FOR RENT 1012 F. St. nw. two
rooms on fourth floor and four rooms
on second floor; unfurnished. Address
1012 F st. nw. sc25-7t
FOR RENT 012 E St.. near Gth. de
sirable lur. parlors, alcoie. single or
en suite; also rront rooms 2d and 3d Hours:
very central. ff28-7t
FOR RENT Bargain In rooms' for
houscteeping; also stable. Inquire
drug store. 2:o& I4tlist.nw. se28-Gt
UNFUr.NISHED-ft." Capitol land
Print) us Orrtce; 2 rront rooms on 2d floor
for light housekeeping. OWNER, 010 3d
FOR RENT No. 616 3d St. nw., one
nicely lur. T2d story front bay-window
FOR RENT-Unfur., two large, bright
rooms: heat, gas and bath. 630 3d ne.
FOR RENT Fur. room for gentlemen;
Sa in lo per mouth;gas. hath, andf.cat.
1014 10th Bt. iiw Ei-27-7t
FOR RENT 027 Ist.nw., bay-window
frni t- iimm Ihlrrt stnr v? .'lil li-fnrn I in! vt
$10 per mortli
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
on second floor, suitable for light
housekeeping. No. 2100 U St. nw. m28 5
FOR KENT Nicely fur., 2d-s1ory front
room; south and east exposure; all
mod iiuiis : is:at and clean; home comforts;
ret: rent $10. 35 M tu nw. tc-29 3t
FXJR, or unfur. rooms, with board, at
003 E. Cap. St.; also stable for rent,
FOR RENT Coal and wood yard with
all the appliances for doing business;
located on a publicthoroughfare. B LEON
ARD, 530 4 1-2 Bt. sw. te29-7t
FOR RENT Only $14.50. rour large
t rooms on third floor for light house
keeping: heat. gas. 142 A oe. se30-3t
FOR RENT Large, handsomely fur-ui-hcii
or umurnlshed corn, bay window
parlors, separate or together: folding bed,
heat, gas and bath; suitable for dentist:
none in vicinity; other rooms: furnished
hall bed-room. 54 per month, n-29 Bt
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms; 2d
ttoot; bum. hot and cold water, wood
shed and yard; all for $10.00. No 61
P st. uw. sc29-3t
FOR RENT-1021 I st.; very tom
lurtunie, 2d floor, two rooms; folding
doors; Ml I La bl e for one or two gentlemen;
bright, sunny; opposite Arlington Hotel;
also two i heap rooms on 4th lloor: front.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, 3 large
rooms. 2 being front, -with heat, water
on same floor; refs. required; second floor;
price. $15. 821 0th St. nw. se29 tt
FOR RENT Three large communicat
ing rooms, 2 being front, with water,
etc., on same floor; no children: refs re
quired; price $10. 729 7th St. nw.
FOR KENT Fur. rooms for gentle
men; o to $10 per month; gas. bath
and heat, 1014 10th si. nw. se29-7t
FOR RENT Rooms, with or without
lioard; heat, gas and balh. No. 2120
14th H.iiw...MR'.C.F, LITTLE. se29-31
FOR RENT Nicely furnished -parlor,
suitable for physician, $12 per mo.;
alo other rooms, with lioard, $3 per week.
427 i st. nw., next door Tjpographlcal
FOR RENT 7256 th st. nw., furnished,
pieasuut second story front room, small
room, and back parlor; new house; nil con
FOR RENT Large, desirable rooms
on first and second floors; south and
west front; bay window; with elegant
tablelKinrd; beautlfullocationlterms moder
ate. 1015 L st. nw. sc2-3t
FOR RENT Fur. 2d floor rooms, sep
arate or together; very pleasanfand de
sirable; rent fair; also, nice front room
on 3d floor, $5; ref. exchanged; private
family; cars pass. 824 1st st. nw.
TEMPLAR HOUSE. 207 Pa. ave.
nw. Pleasant rooms; excellent board
from $4 to $G per week. sc29-7t
FOR RENT 1104 12th st. nw., large
nnd small front rooms, single or en
suite; newly papered, painted and fur.;
flrsl-ckiss table board; rooms suitable for
two sc29 3 t
FOR RENT For light housekeeping,
two nicely furnished rooms; near
Government Printing Office. 225 H
Bt. ne. s e20-2 1
FOR RENT 011 G st. uw.. three fur.
or unfur. rooms on 2d floor; heat and
gas; also two large rooms on 4 th floor
to four young men at $0 per month each.
SUITABLE Bats to rent; convenient
to Capitol; cars convenient to any part
of city. Cottage Lunch Room, cor. 1st ant
reilllBJiwiuiq nuruucun. owotsrm
FOR RENT Beautiful 2d story flat
01 o rooms unu uaui, ueue iuiu gus;
$22.00. No. 7 2d st. ne. R. M. J. AT
WELL, 204 E. Cap, st. se30-3t
FOR RENT Flat of 5 rooms; newly
papered; private bath; kitchen tit up
with gas range, sink and wnter; English
basement; with large dining room. 208
F st. nw. se29-3t
FOB BENT HALL.
FOR KENT Pine large hall
at uau price, ozu u. ave.
PROF. CIj ATT.Washlneton's oldest es
tablished and reliable clairvoyant ana
medium, who tells rpiUl tilings and how to
avoid all trouble; nlehow to retain husband
or lover. It in search of trutntul advice
consult him on nil affairs. He will not de
ceive or mislead you and guarantees satis
faction to all who seek his udvico. Fee
60 cents. Hours, 10, a. ra. to 9 p. m.; open
Sundays. 489 II st., bet. 4 1-2 and th
TITE Wonderful Remedy.. Cancers cured
without fculfe. psiln or pay until cured;
also corbnne:?s, "piles; dropsy by PROF.
MARTIN RILEY. 4G7 Pa. av. nw. dt-oc5
J.T. WALKERSONS. 20 IlOthst
it w. rnrrj't liuinir. felts, fire brick and
, clay.olc3tos. ivtinttHTUslies.linie.cclrcnt,
itwoandthrc-ply rootlns mnterlal.&pr21 tt
spiritual uuviserv. can help you In nil
cases of trouble when .all otucr so-called
mediums and fortune tellers fulL Call and
be convinced; will not deceive jou. Hours
9 to 9. 20c. and CUc. to all. 324 East
Capitol street. ocl-7t
SIEIE. EpYSTON. Beauty Special
1st, 804 12th Bt.,nw.; all blemishes re
moved, -wrinkles absolutely effaced, and
complexion made perfect: io pain, no
poisons; cocsultotion free, dally l to 12
and 2 to 5, cxiTpt Hundav. rc29-lmo
MADAH NOLAN- Clalrvojaut
Bullish uauy, iroui if u. in. 10 4 p. in
201 2d et, ue. It
BANK your flust with us and you'll
be "in If," Just please comprehend
that we are selling ihgint ciistnm-niade
cults, the least bit worn, nt Justh's fig
ure's. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D at.
T..ADIES needing tonrkienll.il Ileal
ment. A rate und sure relict In all
female trouble, constipation, irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula,
etc. Separate rooms for patients before
ami during confinement, and find homes
for infant If required. Strfitly confiden
tial. MRS. DR. RUNNER, 16 Fourth at
ue.. near K. Capitol st , Washington. D. C
MIiIE. ESTELLE fills all everts ot
lite; gives ailvicu In domestic troubles;
strictly confidential: nnd l.ials all kinds
ot sores, the latter for ladies only: Imurs,
9 a. m. lo 10 p. m. 913 leth st. nw.
PIANO lessons L. 8. MtElhinney, No.
42a Hh Et. nw.; experienced teacher;
reduced rates. selR-lmo
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F ot. n w., makes
fuU tets of teeth for $5; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without pain;
gold filling. $1: amalgam. QOe. se4-tt
Dr. Alary Gordon, telw jou all tilings
and give a proper reiuedyf or your trouble.
Alwuysathume. 1109Ust.iiw. se22-lm
T1TE "3 DAYS" CURE I- OR MEN.
Ifhis icmetiy cures in 3 days or no
cnarge. cousuiioiion iree. uu. -Mc.ut.i--1IAN.71C
12th st.nw. c20-4t
3JXOO reward for a case of indigestion
or uyspopoui tuai cannot ue curcu wiui
Crump's Ionic ot Fruit and Spices.
CRUSH MT'G. CO., 603 P St. uw. Bend
for circular. sc29-7t
MME. BROOKE tells all the events
of lire; ail business confidential; ladles
and gintlemen, 00 c-ehls each; hours, 9 a.
in. to 9 p. m. 003 New York avenue north
west, near Sixth street, sc24-14t
DON'T go and fall off the cartb; you.
mould call on us and get a first-ciasa
enftom made suit or-oicrcoat, the "least
bit" worn, ut figures that'll make ou want
to live foreer. JUbTII'S OLD STAND,
010 1 st. nw. ocl-7t
iHiS. PEEEIS-Scientific palm
istry; truest desUiiy rradcr of the age;
events of past and JUlurc revealed with
wond.'tful uctnraey; hocrs 10 to 9. 515
19th t- nw.. Ixt. E afal K
BusiN tss cnAycjs.
WRITE for lalit p.-ii!iphlct on Crip
ple Creek gold uiluirar stocks and
wcs?kly quolallcns of, )ti ck markv t. Sect
free on application tq J. I. KANE A CO.,
Colorado Springs.. Coin. . . ocl-20t
FOR S ALE Nctiob 'stdre, rtwap Tor
cash: cood location. 142D P st, nw.
FOR SALE Pork and bacon-cutting
business, in Northern Liberty Market;
extra fine fixtures, tools, etc. a rare chance.
Inaiilrent Butcher Stall No. 2(10. ocl-3t
FOR SALE Sleanj-akery, lu suburb
nt Washington, of about 2.C00 In-
habllants: large house nnd stable: for
sn.inu on eav terms: rcuU for S30 rer
month: busluesx can be bought on reason
able terms. Address BAKERY. Ibis of-
FOR SALE-Saloon. cheap. 723 7th
St. nw. seao 3t
to find a good business location It you
are seeking one. Well help you sell your
business location if you want to sill it.
We are constantly In communication with
both buyers and sellers, and thus aro able
to promptly bring about the desired and
wished-for results. List your property with
usatonce. T. O.ANDERSON A CO..
Real Estate and BasInesR Exchange.
907 G St. nw.
AT PI CUC AUCTION,
8. BENBINGER, Auctioneer,
WASHINGTON HORSE AND CARRIAGE
BAZAAR. NO. 940 LA. AVE. GREAT
SALE OF SUPERIOR HORSES AND
To-morrow (Tuesday morning. Oct.
1) at 10 o'clock, -win be sold within the
Bazaar, a Carload of Horses and Mares,
shipped here direct from Indiana, and
consist of Heavy Braft and Fine Driving
Horses, young and sound. THIS STOCK
SHOULD HAVE BEEN HERE SATUR
A Carload of Horses and Mares from
Frederick County, Md. This is a splendid
stock, young and sound, great workers,
and fine drivers, lake it altogether this
Is the best stock that has been offered
at aurtlon in this city for years, and we
lnvlre the especial attention of persons
wishing to buy fine stock for any pur
pose, lo attend this sale. EVERY HORSE
WILL BE AS REPRESENTED, OR MONEY
S. BENS1NGER, Auctioneer.
- It -era
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Auctioneers, 1407
Bv virtue of a certain deed of tmst.dated
theisIXTH DA YOF JANUARY, 1890, and
duly recorded lu LHn-r 1452. F0U0 205,
et seq.. one of the Land Records ot the
District of Columbia, -and nt the request ot
the party secured thereby, we willsell-at
public auction In front of the prcml'e'3.
on WEDNESDAY. QCTOBER 2, 1895. at
4 o'clock p. m., tbo' following described
land and premises, being lot lettered
"C," in RotbwcU's- subdivision in square
numliercrt 452. together with all the ap
Terms. One-third cash; balance In one ana
two years from day of sale, bearing inter
est at 6 per cent, pcraunum, and secured
by deed of trust on the property sold, or
all cash. A deposit nf $100, required at
time of sale. All conveyancing and re
cording at cost of "purchaser. Terms 10
be complied with in 15 days from day of
sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right
to resell at cost of defaultUig purchaser
after due notice published iu some Wash
ington newspaper. .
C. G. SLOAN A CO., Auctioneers. 1407
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THREE-STORY
BRICK DWELLING, BEING NO. 201
K STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated Septem
ber G, lS91,anddulyrecord"dhiliberlG16
folio 283 et seq., of the Land Records of the
District ot Columbia, and at the request of
the party secured thereby, we -will of rer for
sale at public auction In front of the prem
ises on THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1885 nt
4:30 p. m., the following described land and
premises, being lot- 11, in Susan A. and
Joseph 8. Boss' subdivision of lot "d," of
Palmer Briscoe et al subdivision ot original
lot 1 in square 558, as said first named sub
division Ls recorded dn the office of the sur
veyor of Ihe District of Columbia, In Book 10,
page 31. Terms cash. A deposit nt $500
will be required at tlmeot sale. All convey
ancing, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms
to be complied -with In ten days from day of
sale or the property will be resold at risk
and cost ot defaulting purchaser after three
days' notice thereof in some newspaper pub
lished In Washington. D. C.
WAKTED-Furniaoed house ceutrally
located lu nw. Address 226 A St. Be.
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Butter route. Apply 912
I st. se. ocl-2t
FOR SALE A fine pony, suitable for
cmlureii to ride ordrlve; kind nnd fear
less ot everything; also a flue young mare
Buitnhlo for grocery -wagon; also phaeton,
light surrey and runner box. HOD 11th
st. nw. ocl-3t
ONE carload ot horses from Shenandoah
Valley; guaranteed Virginia horses or
no sale: workers and drivers; moderate
prices. DOUGHERTY 4 I.AHKEY. 109
B st. nw. se26-7t
FOR SALE 948 New York ave. nw.,
bisjroom set with mattress nearly new,
$9r-dlniug chairs, $4; barber chairs, $0;
large upholstered rocker, $6: also 10 and
12-gnugu brccch-loadlng shotguns, Parkers.
CHEAPEST place In Washington to
bay runcy pigeons. 710 10th st, ne.;
call nlier 4 p. m. sept27-7t
FOR SALE-Bargains in wagons, car
nages, mips, harness and buggies, both
new and second hand; also 2 horses. 927
U st. nw.
FOR SALE The cosiest and neatest
lurch room In the city; good Cntion
and fair business; most satisfactory rea
sons Tor sellli-g. Address B. X. T.. this
FOR SALE At. a bargain, a three-
tlory incK house on 21st st. uw., near
Pa. ave nw.: all modern improvements-
JOHN E. TAYLOR. 1213 F st. ocl-3t
FOR S ALE-Cheap, an old established
o sler saloon. Inquire 61 1 Pa. ave. se.
FOR SALE Cigar store at 603 10th
st. uw., cheap, stock will inventory
price; laundry agency will pay rent. sc29-3t
FOR SALK-Bakery ana confection
ery; must sill before October I, at
any .price. 2223 14th st. nw. te2U-3l
FOR SALE Flue horse, eight years
old, sixteen hands high, sound: buggy
and harness, cheap. E. A. BRAUNER, 907
I) st, nw. fc29-3t
FOR SALE Entire furniture of 10
rooms, all new; for sale by October 1;
no reasonable offer refused. Address
207 C st nw. - se26-7t
FOR EXCHANGE-Excellent ne.
improved nrnjieriy. a. m. 1., for good
farm within thirty miles ut Washington.
R.J.MARSHALL. Oil 11th sLDir.
Fori IIENT-STA BLES .
FOR RENT Stablo rear of 1122 ISta
si .uw ; o per month. W. R. COBEY
Atumiey-ai-Law, Veb-4er Law Bulld
lug. 505 D St. nw., Washington, D. C.
Residence, No. 3, Mount Vernon Flats,
r NT V nv nn 1 itt st uw. se!9-lm
LOST On 4th st. near C se.. pocketbook
with money, gas bill, etc. Tinder
leave at CONWAY'! DRUG STORE. 4th
and C e Reward. It
ARCHITECTURAL drawing and
mathematics: thorough instruction:
mederate tuition. Addre-ss DRAFTSMAN.
I his office. ocl -7t
STRAYED From 314 C sw Satur
day a tbepherd dog, answers to name
of Collie Suitable reward if returned
lo above number re30-ll E&M
IN JUSTICE' COURT OF THE DISTRICT
Before Charles F. Scott. Esq., a Justice
of the Peace
Harry C. Hurley va. John I. Davenport,
A summons in due form having been is
sued out of this court to a lawful con
stable ot this District for the said de
fendant and the same having been by said
constable returned "not to be found." it
lfl hereby ordered that said defendant
cause his appearance to be entered herein
on or before the second Monday in October,
1895, otherwise the cause will be pro
ceeded with as in case of default.
Given nnder my hand" and seal this, 17th,
day .of September, le95.
(S"al) Juttice of the Peace,
Fendall Building. No. 344 D st. nw.
REOPENING of Cottage Lunch nnd
Junto,; Room, corner Pa. ave. and 1st st.
nw fronting Peace Monument: all meals
first class and served to order. se3U-3t-cm
GUNS. Rifles. Revolvers, loading tools,
hunters' outfits, watches. Jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, at about
one-half regular dealers' prices at PAWN
B1IOP. No. 1009 E st, rnr. ocl-Cmo
TRY "The King's Wonder." for Head
ache. Toothache and Neuralgia. Head
Colds and Catarrh; only 25c. Call 1209
F st room 7. ocl-lt
LESSONS given In drawing, oil, crayon.
jiuciei. 0 per moiuii, 11 can 11113
month. StLdlo. 1237 Pa. ave. nw., on
second floor front. se30-2t
WANTED- All should know Dr. Mary
iioreloii tells truthfulness ot friends,
business deal, or maLrlmouial venture.
Tell- all your business aTStirs with utmost
truth; lost or stolen proiierty; every hid
den mystery revealed: makes speedy and
happy marriages with the one you love
by proper acivlce. Don't buy, sell, or
go ou a Journey until you consult this
gifted lady in person or by letter. She
diagnoses your case by spiritual insight
aided by a staff of competent physiclaus.
Ladles may consult in confidence on all
diseases peculiar to their sex. Office
and residence. 1109 G st. nw. sc29 lm
3. D. MERRITT. Photographer, re
moved 10 409 and 461 Pa. ave. nw.;
all work strictly first-class. sc28-lm
$2,50 for lounges; cook stoves, 55.00;
l7oo per week for bedroom and par
lor suits; cash ur credit. 719 7th st- nw.,
REDMOND'S. se26 6t
-WH.L Laundry your lace curtains for
ij cis. i pair, and guarantee good work.
R. WALLACB, 503 E st. nw.
-WE don't care to do "cheap" "slop'
printing, and most everybody know!
ft and they know we don't care wholmows
It, Prices right M. W. MOORE. Oea
Mac, Law Reporter Company, 518 5th
st- nw. an22
JtTST RECEIVED Flue lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk: also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fish. dogs, and facy pigeons. SCHAIID'S,
712 12lli st. uw.. branch 1221 Pa. ave.
national EcmeGpalhis MeuiCol College
Has removed to the new. college building.
No. 625 Massachusetts avenue northwest.
The regular cour30 of lectures for the
session of 1895-0 will begin October 1, at
7:30 p. m The introductory address will
be made by theprcsldent, ZaI man Richards,
esq., followed by Prof. J. T. Hcnsley,
M. D., Dean ot Faculty. The public la
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 for the treatment ot all diseases
open daily from 2 to 5 p. m. Dental
Infirmary, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p. m.
By order of the Board ot Trustees.
ZALMAN RICHARDS, president
HUTCHINS BUILDING. 10TH AND D
8TS. N. W. .
We teach electricity in science and ap
plication. 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 EDW. DUNTON.
LADY STUDENTS ADMIT'xED.
so 2.4-1 ni
SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY.
By H- C. Tanner, Granite bldg.. corner P
and Ninth streets. Call or send for cir
The Moriilnjr, Evening nnd Sunday
Times delivered to 'your house cost,
yon but 1 2-3 cents a day, or 50 cents
SCHOOL OF LAW
T. J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J.,
Preifdent of the University.
Hon. HENRY 11 BhOWN, LL. D. M
(Justice Supreme Court of the United
Lecturer or. Admiralty Jurisprudence.
Hon. MARTIN F MORRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of A pj.cals of the
9 District of Columbia),
Lecturer on Constitutional and Interna
tional Law and Compara
Hon. BETH SUEPARD. LL. B.
(Associate Justice Court of A ppeals of the
Hist rict of Columbia ).
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and
Equity Jurirprudei ce.
Hon JERhMIAH M. WILSON. LL. D.,
Lecturer on ihe Law of Rf-ai Estate and
the Lnw of Evidence
JOSEPH J DARLING! ON, LL. D..
Lecturer on ihe Law of Personal Prop
erty aid Contracts
GEORGE E HAMILTON. LL D ,
Lecturer nil Practice. Testamentary Law
nrd F ult v Plradii g and Practice.
R. ROSS PERRY. A M.. LL. D.,
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading. Crimi
nal Law. ai d Drmeslie Relations.
Rev RENE HOLAIND, 8. J.,
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGEA LAMBERT. LL-D.,
Lecturer on Civil Law.
CHARLES A DOFGLAfcS. Esq .
Lecturer 011 the La w if Torts arel Negotia
- Circuit Court: MICHAEL J COLBERT.
Court of Appeals Messrs TALLMADGE
A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD, and
HENRY WISE GAItXETT
SAMUEL M YEATMAN. A. M,
Bccrcta r? and Treasurer
The twenty-sixth auuu-11 session ot
the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY.
OCTOBER 2. 1605. at 6:30 p .in.. In IU
commodious, specially designed Ltw
School Building, Nos. 506 nnd 008 E
street northwest, when the- Introductory
lecture will te delivered anil announce
ments made for the ensuing term. Pres
ent and prospective students, alumni
and all others1 interested In legal educa
tion are cordially invited to Le present.
The secretary can be seen In Ills of
fice In the law bunding dally after
September 1 1, from 0 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 nigntnnd thus avoid the ueiayiucioeur
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the coerce of study,
terms, etc.. can be obtained at book stores
of W. H. Morrison's Sons, 132G r slnet
northwest. Lowdcrmtlk A Co.. 1421 F street
norl.twest, und Jc-hu Byrne & Co., 1322 F
Hrceluorthwcst. and at W. 8. Thompson's
drug store. 703 Fifteenth street north
west, or un application personally or
by letter to the undersigned. s
8. M YEATMAN. Secretary.
School of Medicine.
The Course of Lcctnrcs will begin MON
DAY, Scrtcmbcr 30, 1895.
The InauRural address will be riven by STJR-CEON-GENHl.'ALaEORBC
SL SlERNDtllO. V.
S. A. In deference 10 the wishes of many rhi3
will tain place nt h j. m., at the College Uuild
lug. 9. It street northwest. The public, inclstl
ine ladies, is cordially Inrltcd
lor fartber particulars and announcements
address the Dean,
G. I MAGRURF.R, M. D.
b!5 Venncnt avenue,
OD hours until 10 a. m., 3:3) to 5 p. m.
and mathematics; tuttluo moder
ate. Address DRAFTSMAN, Times office.
THE Medical Department of Howard
University will tc opectd wiih nn ad
dress bv Prof E. Oliver LteI!.M.D-.on Tues
day, Oct. 1st, at 7.20 p. m., at the college
building. The prolcu-iou andpublicareln
vitcd to te pretcnt- te27-6t
THE Sleuical Department of Howard
University will be orvacd with an ad-dre-BhvPror
day. Oct. 1. at 7 30.p. m.. at the college
building. The profession and publlcare in
vited to be present; se-27-Qt
FOR DAY" SCB0LAR3 ONLY
Classical, Scientific and Easiness CaursM.
unitary Drill and Uniform.
Terms 1.0 per quarter.
Rev. CORMJLHKs GILLESPIE, 4 J.,
WI3IODAUGHSIS. 1328 I St. nw.
Classes begin Oct- 1; English branches.
Business cuisses. Elocution, Journalism,
Literature, Dancing, Delsarte, French and
ADA L. SMITH, Snpt. tcIO-tt
GUNSTON INSTITUTE. 1212 nnd
1214 14ih St. nw. Fourth session opens,
Sept. 25. MR. and MRS. B- R- MASON.
Washington Sohool of Expression.
METZEROTT MUSIC BALL,
Yoieo a specially. Pantomimic training and
Physical Culture. Best methoda Indorsed by
Yale, Harvard, University of Chicago, and
others, bend for announcement
WAL K. HOWRER. PrlndpaL
The BovvarJ Ir.ivcrsitv LawSchool
Will open TUESDAY, Oct 1, at WB p. m. TUI
TION FREE. For circulars contalninc further
information address JAUESF. RUNDY. secre
tary Office In Law School Building. 4J)SthsL
nw. Th scaoo! is open toaU, WlTdOUT DIS
TINCTION OK RACLOR bEX. who are over 13
years of ago and possess propor qnalillcatloiis-
NATIONAL Acad-my of Fine Arts
IJrawlin; aud Painting. Thorough In
struction lor artists, teacners, decorators,
designers. Illustrators, parents and ehildren,
lu ever branch of art. Portraits to
nT(i.r 111 eeerv slvle. from S10 10 S3.0C0.
Old or Inmred pictures, cleaned, varnished,.
restored, iu tuc muse gkiiiiui maimer, uu
Est nw. e22-tf
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY
URu5b, 1312 Alassachusetts avenue,
Warhirgtin.D.C. A day school for youn'
ladles and little girls. In addition to a
thorough coarse iu English. French. German
and Latin, epscfcil advantagrsareoffcreuu.
student .5 In the art and musical departments.
A kindergarten will be opened in connec
tion with the academy. se!3-lm
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. Vu ave.
and Thomas circle, reopens Its fall
term Monday. Sept. 9. Apply or send fur
year book BROTHER FABR1CAN.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Rome and Day fcchwil lor curls. 161
N St., near Connecticut ave.
MRS VM D CABELL,
SPANISH ' l,,e most ccaurlful of aU
languages and tlio easiest to learn; you
nn read, write, and convirse in twenty
lessons. Address ESPANOL, this office,
CHINA. J? AINTING-AUsty les, in
cluding Dresden flower, lamlscapc;
French figure work anil gold '! L-oiili.-ii,
taught by MISS BICKOX, studio 439 G st.
"WAIST lo be independent Learn the
easy, profitable branch of art I teach.
Takes vi ry few lessons: costs very little.
ART TEACHER, 606 11th st. nw.
The Art School connected with the
Corcoran Gallery of Art will be opened on
Monday, October 7. J.895. Applications
for admission must be made at tuc 17th st.
entrance, By order, F. 8. BAREARIN,
MR. UERNDON MORSELL.
Pnpll of Francesco Lampertie, of Milan.
Studio at residence. 1410 15th st. nw.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE
1325 H St. nw.,
Washington. D. C. The seve-n ty-fourta
session begins October 1, 1895. The in
troductory lecture will be delivered by
Dr. W W Johnston nt 8 p. m. October 1.
Regular dally lectures at 5.30 p. m. Every
lacillty for clinical and laboratory
work. Laboratories open day and even
ing. DR. D. K. BHUTE, Upan.
1120 New Yorkava
DR. E. A. DE 8CHWEINITZ.
Ml7-lmo 1326 H St. sw.
Now open for the reception of students.
Prof. Charges E. Monroe, Ph. D.
William R. Smith. Supt. Botanical
Cardan, U. S. A
Nancy D. Richards, M. D.
John F. Green, Inst.
For further Information apply at residence,
Alaplo Square, S. C. Ato. and tth SL S. .
WASHINGTON. D. C.
RET. B. L. WHITMAN, D. D President
Examlnatlonof Candidates for Admission
to College, Alcdlcal, and Dental Schools.
(September 20 and 21.
Cclli-ge Session begins September 23.
Session of Academy begins September 23.
Session of McsIIcal School begins Oo
Session of Dental School begins Oc
tober 1 .
Session of Scientific School begins Oc
besslon of Law School begins Octobers.
Session of Graduate School begins Oo
TUB PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Thorough prepo ration for the Col
lege, tor the .scientific School, for
tlii'NiisHlaiiil Military Academies
nnd for liustlneMs
Open to tstudentB of botli Hexe.
THE CORCORAN SCIENTIFIO
Forty-s,c'eii Professors nnd In
wtrnctors: t vvi-nty-three full de
piirtiiii'iitx; tvsclse full couriert of
ntudy. Spc-chil Htndents udmltted-
TI1E LAW SCHOOL.
Twelve iirofeon, including two
Associate Justices of tlio United
Stiitcn Supreme Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty profeisMirs nnd usslstanta.
The course 1st foor years.
THE DENTAL. SCHOOL.
'tie course Is threo
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
Courses of ndsanced lnftructlon,
le-Hdinc to JI. A., M. S-. C.E E, EU
und Ph. D.
For catalogue descriptive of the several
courses -address ROBT. H. MARTIN,
TnE LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
REV. B, L. WHITMAN. D. D President
TheHON. WALTER S.COX.LL.D-,Dean,
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
of the District ot Columbia.)
Professor ot Ihe Law of Real Estate, ot
Contracts, and ot Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL- D-,
(Associate Jiisuce tt the Supreme Court
otlbe Unl'cd Slates.)
Professor of the Constitutional Jurisprni
dence ot tfcti United State-!, of the Law
ot Domestic Relations,, of Per
sonal Froprrty and of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A.MAUU-Y. LL. D-
Sometime Assistant Attorney-General or
Prof essur ot Equity Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, aad ot
the Law of Evidence, and the
Jurisdiction and Practice of
the U. S. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL. D..
(Associate Justice of in' Supreme Court
of the United Stntes,)
Professor ot the Law ot Corporations.
Prof. G. U. EMMOTT, LL. M..
(ot the Johns Hopkins University,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRY E. DAVIS. LL.M.,
(Sometime Assistant Attorney of the Dis
trict or Columbia.)
Lecturer on the History of Law.
WILLIASI F. MATTINGLY, Esq,
(of the Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court
or tue nisirict oi-eiumcia,
Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal
j Pleading and Practice.
' The Hon. BENJAMIN PUTTERWORTH.
' (Sometime United Stales Commissioner of
Professor ot the Law of Patents
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, LL-M
(of the Washington Bar,)
Professor ot Legal Catecbetics. Commoaj
Law Pracrire, and Judge of the
COURT OP APPEALS.
WILLIAAI F. MATT1NGLY.
HENRY F.. DAVIS. CHARLES W.NEEO
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. JIARTIN.
Secretary nr.d Treasurer.
I Young's Academy.)
SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHB
Schnol for Young Men and Boys,
914 14th Ft-, bet. I and K.
Begins Its forty fourtti scholastic year Sep
tember 23. This diool has a national repu
tation, an J is recognized as oneottheleadlng
preparatory schools of this country. It
prepares for all the univ exslties, colleges an
scientific schools, tor the United States
Mibtarv and Naval academies, und for busi
rank whcreier they go.
Mr.EdwinlL Foster will coatmnclncbarg
of the Junior Department. For circulars.
CHAS. B. YOUNG, Ph. D.. r
sel7-lm Principal and Proprietor.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS..
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAT
BCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIE8
AND LITTLE GIRLS
Twenty-first year opens TUESDAY. Oc
tober Iirat Large ard ctlractivc build
ings, thoroughly cquipicd with every re
'quisitc of a reined home and a progres
Applications for admission of pupils to
the clay s'chool may Le madeaf terSeptember
fittcenUi. betw e'eu the hours of ten and on
o'clock inch nn nii.g
MRS ELIZABETH J SOJIERS,
Education Below Cost
For young men. In 12 branches of study;
every one a breac-wlnaer. evening sessions
only at the Young Alen's Christian Associa
tion Business bchnol. 2d lioor. Len man build
ing. 1425 New York ave. nw. Call rnrfull
PAINTING lessons, by Mr. and Mrs.
Win. McEllnuueyt 125 -4th St. nw.; day
and evening classes: terms moderate.
"LADY teachers" desire dancing pu
pils; terms, Willi music, $5 for course
ot 0 private hours; class. $3 8 lessons: chil
dren S3 Der quarter; references. Address
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X8&tEducatlonFor Real Life 1895.
For Sons ami Daughters.
The Bpencerian Business CoUege,
National Bank of the Republic Bulldlntv
cor.71h and D nw. Darandnlghtccsslona,
The thirty-first scholastio year ot thla
popular Institution begins Monday, Sep
tember 2, 1895. Tlve departments, viix
Practical business. Including complcta
bookkeeping course. English, rapid cal
culations, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy and commercial
law. Practical English, with initiatory
bookkeeping. Shorthand and Typewriting,
Including English; Bpencerian Rapid Witt
ing. Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing.
Full corps of thoroughly trained teacher.
Office open every business day and
Writ or call for ueir annual annouaaa.
snenL Mrs. Sara A. Spencer,
fried pal and Prcnxietot.
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