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THE MORNDTG TIMES. W.EDffESyrVT. OCTOBER 2, 1895. '
One Gent &
advertisement less than tOa.
One Cent Z
ho advertisement less than 10
No advertisement less than 10a.
KoadTertlseraejtilis than JO.
Hnn Onnf PEA
Ann Onnf PER
Koedvsrtlsement less than 10s.
No adTerttsement less than 10.
Noadrertlsemeat less than 10.
WANTED-Coolt ami butcher, to do
circus work. Apply A. O. PAGE,
chef. Buffalo Bill Show. lt
WANTED-Tile setters; at once. Ap
ply JU11N HOWLING 'S, 1331 F st.nw.
ffANTED-A boy, who has had come
experience 111 wrapping bundles. EISE-
MAX IIR0..cor.7th nndEsls-nw. It
WANTED-Ten first-class coat raak-e-rsatouc-e.
O sis, aw. oct2-lf
WAKTED-Uoys with good mprauo
voices, also two tenors and two bassos
for the vested choir or bt. Mark's Church, on
Capitol mil. To lovers or good English
church linislc, an excellent opportunity is
offered. Apply to the choirmaster, DK.
JOHN E.l'AKKnit.lU7 (illi sr.ne. 1 1
WAKTED-G1 bjrber. 1715 1-2
7th st. uw. lt
TVANTED-A business firm desires n
temperate, industrious man, with first
class business and clerical qualifications,
splendid rccomiuindatlons. Address 111Z,
this office.' oc2-3t
WANTED-A good bushclman; also a
hoy having a Tew years' experience at
tailoring at E. HOEGAN'S, S0l K st.uw.
WANTED-A busbelman. EISEMAN.
Uitch..c-or.7th and E nw. 1 1
WANTED Good canvassers; 5G salary
per cek and commission. Call lu
rnorums, 733 7th st. nw. oe2-3t
WANTED-Wlille boy between IB and
ltt lur More worK, smart una inieni
cent. AridressV.T..lhlsoifioe. It
WANTED-Uo to workinplatingshop.
l.LilEi: 11 CATL1N Ac CO., Central
Power Station. Sc22t.
at Joti tl st. nw. Mrs. L. C. MOORE.
WAKSED-P.ilnter; cull 7 o'clock to-
night. Sol I st. nw. lt-em
WANTED-2 good tin and shcctlron
workers. Apply to SI. B. MITCHELL,
810S SI. octl-2t-em
WANTED-Agents 011 lndustriallusur
ano' business, good salary made by ex-
Serleiictil and reliable men. Apply to
AS W. YATESs, Guardian IJfe. 1324 F
st. nw. octl-2t
prever; also, an apprentice to learn
the trade. Apply at once to631 1) bt.
WANTED-Canrafsm, Irrst-ciass m'an
usages sou a tuoiuh: call at once and see
SIR. WEISS, 438 9th St. nw., from 8 to 10.
WANTED-A good girl for general
tjuuM'WorK. Apply between S and 10
o'clock this morniuug, 433 N. 1'. ae. nw.
WANTED Girl for housework In fam
ily 01 two; no washing. Apply after
5 at 235 Morgan st. nw. It
WANTED-WMIi! girl for general
nousew tie; small family; no waslilug;
must have references. Apply at once, 305
G st. nw. It
WANTED-A neat girl for general
houscworit; refs. required. 418 6th st.
WANTED-Good hands for sewing.
J. II. Ucn-F. 1824 7th st.nw. oct2-2t
WANTED-A girl Tor general house
work anu do washing In a fjmily of
two: S10 montli. Apply, any day berore
12. 7U 12th St. lie. lt
WANTED-A" experienced infant's
nurse win best reis 1820 Corcoran
it oc2 -2 t
WAHTED-Xit girl, white preferred,
to assist in light housework and care
for two children; no washing; mu-t stay
nights; refs. Apply 233 K st. ne., EcMng
WANTED A woman to cook, wash,
and iruur must stay at night, and bring
reference. Apply 1325 21st street nw.
WANTED-A reliable white girl to do
general itoucwork; must stay nights.
Call at 210 ?T. Y.ate. nw., between 7 and 4
o'ciork. and bring rpferences. octl-3t
WANTED-A white girl, for house
work and assist in kitchen. Slust b
6 good washer and ironer. Apply at 1S27
14ih st. nw tf.-crn.
WANTED Home Protective Agency
has places for help every day with
good references. All capacities. 610 11th
St. 11. w. . se4-lmo
HELP WANTED-J1ALE AND
WANTED-P lares for white and
colored cooks, chambermaids, laund
resses and waltrccs. UUOOKi; IN
DUSTRIAL AGENCY, 712 13th st. uw.
WANTED-SopnAio and tenor voices
lor alim-i lass Protestant choir. Send
address to CHUllt. this office. oc2-3t
tree or charge. In or out of the city, by
MRH.L.C.MOOUE,S06G st.nw. octl-3t
WANTED-Smith Ptemler Type
writer operators and stenographers
Cliected to positions. Operators de
siring to familiarize themselves with new
Ko. 2 Smith Ptomiar Typewriter call
THE SMITH FRESHER TYPEWRITER
CO . Ko 1416 F st. nw. jy31-tf
SITUATION" WANTED MALE.
WANTED-Place as waiter In hotel
or urn ale family. Address WAITER,
007 1th st. nw. It
EXPERIENCED cake baker wishes
steady situation. Address N. P.. this
WANTED-Br a gentleman, position
ell Iter clerical or general, w here can earn
(10 or S12 week. Address G tnisolflce-oc2-3t
WANTED-Situation by experienced
tailors' cutter; out of town preferred.
603 I st nw. oc2-3t
WANTED-Young man, with office,
desires agency for a good article. Ad
dress ENERGETIC, this orflce.
WANTED-A place In restaurant as
ojster cook; white; refs. 800 Cth st-
"WANTED Position by No. 1 book
keeper; best refs. Address ACCURATE,
Times office. lt-em
WANTED-Situation as first-class
noiel.Tj.iker. J. R., this office,
ocl 21 cm
WANTED-llf ambitious, ex-Hign
Mchool jouth, age 18. situation in
office Address OFFICE, this office.
WANTED-Position by machinist and
cnjiuecr;lie3trcf3. 12409tlist.se. lt-em
WANTED-A young ma nwould like a
puce in a private family to run a
furnace or as bouse servant; can furnish
rtf. Address It. T.. this office. ocl-4t
WANTED-lly a young man, work of
any kind, not afraid of work. Please
address F S.. this office. octl-2t
SOBER, careful man desires position as
lire-man or engineer; finest possible ret.
from last employers. Address JOHN MOX-
OOLA. 1 17 G nw. se30-3t-cm
WANTED-Br young man (23), to
learn the butter business. AddressKEN,
this off Ice. se30-3t-cm
WANTED-I'lace as first-class cook
111 hotei or restaurant. Address 128
C st. sw. sc30 3t
EXPERIENCED clothing salesman
wants position; good references as to
ability, etc. Address G this office
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED-By a widow, lightposltlon
111 raruily for lioard or low wages.
WIDOW, this office. oc2-It
WANTED-Br Gorman girl, situation
as ilousekepner for bnrliplnr nr fni-
nall private family. Address SIISB MIN-
ir. iic norma ave. nw. oc2-3t
PANTED By a young lady; posl.
,,ui, , ijfcnouT or casuier. Act
dress G II., this office. oc2-3t
SUDDLEAGED woman wishes po
sition as housekeeper or nurse, has ref
erences. Address ST. P. SI., this office. It
WANTED-Br Josephine Berry.apla co
to nuree or do light washing and
Ironing or bouse cleaning. Call at No.
S37 Oak fit, nw . LeDroit Park. oc2-lt
WANTED-By soprano, a position in
chu rch choir; has had experience In choir
work. H1NGER. tills office. oc2-lt
WANTED-Bra dressmaker sewing to
iloby tboday or at home. No. 341 Sid.
arc jw. oc2-3t
WANTED By respectable colored girl
place as chambermaid or waitress.
CallNn. 1149 Burden courtnw. oc2-lt
WA.NTED Washing and Ironing to do
at bom-. Address 2122 8th st. nw.,
7ANTED By a colored woman, a
piace us cook or general nouseworx.
Apply 332 C st. nw. ocu-t-e,m
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMAI.E.
"WANTED By young woman from,
va., place as cook, housekeeper or
seamstress; can cut, fit and make Bilk
waists and all kinds of underwear for
adults and children. Acidress Sirs. W., 712
N st nw. oc2-lt
WANTED-Placo to do general houbc
work or iirst-class ciiambermaid. Ad
dress 13. J., this office. oc2-lt
WANTED-Br respectable colored girl
ornce rooms to clean. Call No. 419
Washington st. nw. oc2-l t
WANTED-German lady desires posi
tion us governess; speaks French flu
ently; best references, roreign and city.
SUSS LINA KOCH, Govaustown, ltd.,
Ilalto. county. ocl-3t
EMPLOYMENT Wanted by experi
enced joung lady as stenographer, book
keeper, cashier or tyiewrlt r; satisfactory
ref. nnd security. H. B., this office.
WANTED-Br respectable colored
giri pljee In private raruily as chani
liermald and waitress. Address No. HUB
9th st. nw. lt-c,m
WANTED-Gentleman will give ?20
luimth. naif in advani-e. for good board
and room, nw., bet. 1st nnd 7lh. Address
Box 390 cltr post-offjeo. oc2-3t
WANTED-Br two young ladles. In
nw., one rur. bedroom, also small unf ur.
Tonm and use of parlor. Address S. A. SI..
this office. It
WANTED-I want part of house, 3
to o rooms, central, or will rent a
house Jointly with some one. Address
REX, this office. ocl-3t
WANTED-Three or four lnrge uufur.
rooms, nw., with heat and gas: rent,
$20. Address SIOTHEIl AND DAUGH
TERS, this office. ocl-2t
WANTED-Br Oitober 1, two well-
lur. rooms ana noaru ior J anuus, in
nw.; within 5 or 6 blocks of the Interior;
state particulars. Address MARSHALL,
this office se30-lt.e&m
WANTED-rurntshed house centrally
located in nw. Address 225 A St. ne.
WANTED POSTAGE STASIPS.
WANTED AH kinds of old U. 8. post
age stamps; Department stamps espe
cially declred. Highest prlc s paid. H.
F. DDNKHORST, 1005 7th et. nw.
WANTED-To hire a horte and light
wagon ior canvassing for two or
three w ecks; must hlrecheap. Call 737 9th.
st. nw. oc2-lt
WANTED-reople wishing to save
money, health and pain call Dr. Fer
dinand Aguilora Denial Parlors, at S09
4 1-2 st. sw.. He makes jou good fit nnd
guaranties it for ten years. oc2-lt
WANTED Mesmeric subjects. A
gentleman Interested In mesmerism
would like to meet a number of genuine
subjects. They will find it to their
interest to address S. 11., this office.
WANTED Topunhasca second hand
photozrapti burnisher: state size and
price. AMATEUR, this office. oc2-3t
WANTED A milk route; about fifty
gallons, iteply. stating price and loca
tion. Address J. II. 8.. this office. It
WANTED-PupTls In vocal or Instru
mental music: lessons, 25c CON
SCIENTIOUS. this office. It
twelve loot extension dining table: must
be cheap for cash. Apply UAs, this office.
WANTED-Gwl second band coffee
imilaudtcMcaddies, 804Ist.nw. ol-2
WANTED-U. 8. and foreign stamps
and proot sets, at highest prices. A
large nnd choice assortment Tor sale. C
F. ROTUFUCU3. 309 1-2 Pa. ave.
WANTED-Gtrls to be self-supporting;
marricu ladies to lessen dressmaking
hills by learuiDg to cut by Merchant Tailor
Equate: particulars at school, 718 12th
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE STOP ALL LEAKS FREE
And charge only for painting workraarantosl
I.AT. ItUUBER ROOF PAINT CO, lltU Stl nw
REOPENING of Cottage Lunch and
Diuing Uooin, corner Pa, ave. and 1st st,
nw., fronting Peace Slonument; all meals
first class and served to order. he30-3t-em
GUNS. Rillee. Revolvers, loading tools,
hunters' outfits, watches, jewelry,
guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins, ataliout
one-halt regular dealers' prices at PAWN
SHOP. No. 1009 E st. nw ocl-6mo
WANTED-AI1 should know Dr. Mary
oordon tells truthfulness of friends,
business deal, or nintrimouial venture.
Tells all your business affairs with utmost
truth: lost or stolen property; every hid
den mystery revealed: makes speedy and
happy marriages with the one jou love
by proper auvice. Don't buy, sell, or
go on a journey nntll you consult this
Sifted lady in person or by letter. Bho
iagnoses your case by spiritual insight
aided by a staff of competent physicians.
Ladies may consult in confidence on all
diseases peculiar to their bex. Office
and residence. 1109 G st. nw. sc29-lru
J. D. MERRITTi Photographer, re
moved to 40tt und 461 Pa. ac. nw.;
a 11 work strictly first-class. sc 28-1 m
JTTST RECEIVED Fine lot young Cu
ban parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, mocking birds, gold
fUh. dogs, and facT pigeons. BCUMID'B,
712 12th st. uw., branch 1221 Fa. ave.
C. G. 8LOAN & CO.. Auctioneers. 1407
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
theSIXTH DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, and
duly recorded in Liber 1452, Folio 20C,
et eq., one of the Land Records of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of
the party secured thereby, we will sell at
public miction In front of the premises,
on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1895. at
4 o'clock p. ni., the following described
land and premises, being lot lettered
"C," in RotliwcU's subdivision in square
numbered 452. together with all the itr
Terms One-third cash; balance In one and
two years from day of sale, bearing inter
est at fi per tent, per annum, and secured
by deed of trust on the property sold, or
all cash. A deposit of 100 required at
time oC sale. All conveyancing and re
inrding at cost of purchaser. Terms to
be complied with in 10 days from day of
sale, oilierwise trustees reserve the right
to resell at cost of defaulting purchaser
after due notice published In some Wash
Ratcllffe, Sutton & Co., Successors to Rat-
cllffe, Darr A Co.
TO WHOSI IT MAY CONCERN TO TAT
STORAGE AND CHARGES. LOT OF
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PIANO. ETC,
On SATURDAY SI0RNING, OC10BER
12, AT 10 O'CLOCK, we 1lll sell at the
rooms ot Ratclirre, Sutton & Co.. 920 Penn
sylvania avenue northwest, a lot of house
hold goods, stored with us on June 28, 1 890,
in the name of SI. A. Shaw. All parties in
terested will please take notice. Terms cash.
Washington Safe Deposit Company.
SAM CROSS, Secretary.
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Auctioneers, 1407
TRUSTEES SALE OF TOREE-STORY
BRICK DWELLING, BEING NO. 201
By virtue ot a deed ot trust dated Septem
ber 5. 1S91. anddulTrecordedinliberlG18
folio 283 et seq., ot the Land Records of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of
the party becured thereby, we will offer for
sale at public auction In front of the prem
ises on THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1895 at
4:30 p. m., the roltowing described land and
premises, being lot 11, In Susan A. and
.Joseph 8. Eoss subdivision of lot "d," of
Palmer Briscoe et al subdivision of original
lot 1 In square 538, as said first named sub
division is recorded in the office of the sur
veyor ot tho Dktrlctof Columbia, In Book 10,
page 31. Terms cash. A depositor $500
will be required at tlmeot bale. 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 cobt ot defaulting purchaser after three
days' notice thereof in some newspaper pub
lished in Washington. D. C.
M. B. Latimer & Go.
General Auctioneers and Appraiser,
1229-1231 G St. N. W.
No Connection With Any Other
for rent nooits.
FOJl RENT 3 nice rooms, unfurnished;
ail per month. 419 U st.nw.
FOR RENT To n reliable couple, first
fioor, ror housekeeping. Apply on
premise.-., 1325 N. C. ave. Rent low to
good tenant. It
FOR RENT Mceir furnished room,
with uiuie board, heat, and gas. 110
G st. nw. It
FOR RENT 1 front room, 2d floor,
12x12, to tent; 2 squares from Capitol;
$5. Addresi314 3d st. ne. oc2-3t
FOR. KENT 2 furnished rooms, with
orwiiuout board. 222 3d st. se.
FOR RENT Soutn rront, alcove, wcll
liiriiisneti room, suitable- for two, with
or without board: kitchen, dlulng room;
luat, gas, hot and cold water; terms rea
sonable; prUate family of three udults.
MRS. 8. I:. PRIOR. 433 O St. nw. It
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms,
2n und 3d floors; 12 and $10. No.
1118 N. Y. uve. nw. It
805 Sib st.nw.,largefrontrooins.Kecciid
noor; near Patent Office; all conven
FOR RENT 1 2d-floor frontroom and
buiiroo.il, unfur.; heat and gas; privato
family; no children. 140G Col aiubiu st., cor.
O st. oc2-3t
FOR RENT Fur. $6 to $12, In
private minify, beautitul corner rooms,
southern exposure; hingle and eu suite;
heat und gus; everything first class; no
children. 811 N. C. ae. be. oc2-3t
FOR RENT 1114 10th st. nw. Fur.
large rooms with 2 at $45 per month; hall
rooms at $20. It
FOR RENT No. 0 K St. ne. two
hundsoiiiely rurnlshed rooms, with or
without board; private family; convenient
to Pension and Government Printing of
fices; very low terms to permanent tenjnts.
FOR RENT Furnished parlor on first
floor; one room each on second and
third floors: very reasonable terms. Ad
dress 912 1 2th nvv It
S1.50 and $2.00 per week, newly fur
nished rooms; gas, bath; private lamlly.
800 II st. nw. oct2-3t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms;
hot and cold bath; In privato fanilb : uo
children. Apply to 818 K at. ne. lt-em
FORRENT Twolarge furnished rooms
with neat andgas;suitablcforgcntlemen.
Apply 02O 0 st. nw. oc2-2t
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms;
furnished and heated. STEVENSON,
1507 L st. nw. ocl-3t-em
FOR RENT Furnished, two desirable
from rooms, 3 windows each. 221 North
Ca pitol st. ocl-3t-em
FOR RENT 2 desirable connecting
rooms, together or separate, to gentie
menonly. 92918tbst.nw. sc30-3t-em
FOR RENT Will reserve 3 upper
rooms und rent balance of beautiful
furnished 10 room house for board for
young couple; piano; Rhode Island ave.,
conenlent to 1-lth st. airs: southern ex
posure. Address CAREI UL, this office.
FOR RENT Nicely fur. back parlor;
also trout hall room, 3 back rooms. 205
D st. nw. ocl-3t
FOR RENT Three commodious, newly
.liercsi rooms, furuishedorunruniished,
deliclufully heated; bath on same floor; refs.
132G Rlggs st .uw. 2'3
FOR RENT Very desirably situated
large, corner, round, bay-window iiar
lor; unfur. If desired; also handsomely fur.
front, round and square bay-window rooms;
first- lass board, $15 per month; new house:
handsome gilt paper throughout Call 700
T st. nw. ocl-3t-em
FOR RENT 2 communicating 2d-
floor rooms, fur. and unfur. 715
11th st. nw. se30-2t-e,rri
TOO U st. nw., large unfurnished room.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms,
3d l!oor, near markets and cars, lenns
moderate. 435 K st. nw. oJl-3t
FOR RENT Large, haedson'ely fur
nished or umurnlsticd com. bay window
parlors, separate or together; foIdi."g bed,
heat, gas, and bath; suitable for dentist;
none in lclnlty; other rooms; furnished
hall bedroom. Si per month. 215 9lh st.
sw., near B. ocl-Gt
FOR RENT That four-story presed
bnck trout dwelling. No. 142G 11th st.
nw., containing ten large, pleasant rooms
and bath room, with large yard front anil
rear, at S40 per month. Address JOHN C.
FAY, 1419 F bt. nw. ocl-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms on
tnird lioor. 1138 19tb st. ocl-3t
FOR RENT Fur. or uufur. rooms on
Brightwood ave. railway. Call after
Gp.m. 2514 7th st. nw. ocl-2t
FOR RENT For housekeeping, three
desirable unfurnished rooms. 911 1st
St. nw. ocl-5t
FORRENT Plea santfurnlshed rooms;
first and second floor. 103 1st st.
FOR RENT Desirable rooms: reason
able rates: quiet location. 824 13th
st. nw. ocl-3t
FOR RENT Five large rooms, In
cluding gas and water; $18 tier month.
1 024 7th st.nw. ocl-2t
FOR RENT 512 E st. nw., near 6U1,
desirable fur. parlors,, alcove, single or
en suite; also, front rooms 2d nnd 3d
floors; very central. se28-7t-
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms,
becond tloor; beat, gas, and bath; $12
per month. 38 R st. nw. References.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room,
second lioor front; nice locality; suit
able for gent and lady or for two persons.
720 Gth bt. nw. ocl-2t
FOR RENT Furnished room, for $0
per month, in private family. GGMtss.
ave. nw. ocl-2t
FOR RENT 122G Mass. ave. nw., a
ery desirable room on 2d floor.
FOR RENT 2 neat fur. or unfur.
front- rooms for ladles or gentlemen;
suitable for light housekeeping if desired;
convenient to electric or cable cars. 705
B st. nw. sc30-3t-c,m
FOR RENT 512 E St., near Gth, de
sirable lur. parlors, alcove, single or
en suite; also front rooms 2d and 3d floors;
very central. se28-7t
FOR RENT Bargain In rooms for
housekeeping; also stable. Inquire
drug store. 2.108 14th st.nw. se28-Gt
FOR RENT Fur. room for gentlemen;
$ to sTo per month;gas. bath, and heat.
1014 10th st. nw. re27-7t
FOR RENT Coal and wood yard with
all the appliances for doing business;
located on a pu bile thoroughfare. IS. LE0N-
ARD, 530 4 1-2 St. sw. se29-7t
FOR RENT Only $14.50, four large
rooms on third floor for light house
keeping; heat, gas. 142 A ne. se30-3t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms; 2d
lioor; buth, hot and cold water, wood
shed and yard; all for $10.00. No Gl
P St. uw. se29-3t
FOR KENT Fur. rooms for gentle
men; 5 to $10 per month; gas. bath.
nn hnn,- 11I1A Ifllh ci n n. rnOO-7
TEMPLAR HOUSE. 207 Pa. ave.
nw. pleubant rooms; excellent board
from $4 lo SO per week. t.e29-7t
FOR RENT A well-turnlshed house
or 8 rooms (4 bedrooms), Including a
fine piano; carpeted throughout. Inquire
ot OWNER. 101 lltli St. se. It
FOR RENT rive new bay window
bnck bouse with six rooms, bath, cellar
be seen to be appreciated. Any person,
desiring n nice homo In southeast section
will find lyiere. Nos.73Gto746 12thst.se.
$18 perluonth each. A. BEHREND, 617
E St. nw. oc2-7t
FOR RENT rnrnlshed house; five
rooms; Takoma Park, near electrlo
cars.- Address TAKOMA, this office.
FOR RENT Three story and base
ment house: furnished or unfurnished:
In very eligible location, 1336 Vermont
or would sell ruroiture. Address K, this
FOR RENT Dwelling house and store,
Bethesda, Montgomery Co., Md.: easy
terms. Address A. C0UNSELMANN, this
FOK RENT FLATS.
SUITABLE Oats to rent; convenient
to Capitol; cars convenient to any part
of city. Cottage, Lunch Boom, cor. lit am
Pennsylvania avenue nw. se30-3tcm
MINT Beautlfnt 2d story flat
'oomi ana n&tn. nest ami cn-
2.00. No". 7 2d su no. E. M. J. AT-
LL. 201 E. Cao. st. ce30-3t
BOF CLAY. Washington's oldostes
tuh.ished und reliable clairvoyant and
medium, who tells yoa all things and how to
avoid all trouble; also how to retain husband
or lover. If in search ot truthful advice
consult him on all affairs. He will not de
ceive or mislead you and guarantees satis
faction to all who seek bis advice. Fee
GO cents. Hours, luo-m. to u p. m.; open
Sundays. 4b U H st., 'bet. 4 1-2 and Gth
sts. sw. -
E5LTSS LIZZIE LUCAS. 1207 O
st. nw., having returned lrorn Now
York, is ready to show fall goods, anil
will give her personal attention to nil
A CARD Having tills 1st day ot
October, 1895, purchased tho Interest
of Mr. John W. Morgan, of Hie firm of
Latimer, Morgan i Co., hereafter tho
business will be carried on under the
tlrm 11a me and style ot M. B. Latimer &
Co., 1229 and 1231 G st. nw., wiiero tho
undersigned will continue a general auc
tion business. Parties Intrusting their
business to me will receive my personal
attention. No connection with any other
house. Respectfully, M.B. LATIMER,
oc2-3tm 1229 and 1231 list.
THE Wonderful Remedy. Cancers cured
without knire. pain or pay until cured;
also carbuncles, piles, dropsy, by PROF.
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Mopped, intarrh cured Consultation
free. Dr. GHACY, 1407 N. Y. ave. nw.
J. T. W ALKERSONS. 204 lpthst.
nw.. carpet nmuc, felts, fire brick and
clar.aslM-stos, paints, brushes, lime, cement.
LWUUliu mrupijr iuuunttmmfiiui.avi. v
spiritual auviser, can help you in all
cases of trouble when all otner so-called
mediums and fortune tellers fall Call and
be convinced; will nottlccclve you. Hours
9 to 9. 25c. and Cue. to alL 324 l"-ist
Capitol street. ocl-7t
aiBIE. ROTfSTON. Besnty Special
1st, UO4 12th st. nw.; all blemishes re
moved, wrinkles absolutely effaced, and
complexion made perfect; no pain, no
poisons; copsnltatlon free, daily 10 to 12
and 2 to 5, except Sunday. fc20-lmo
BANK your dust with us and you'll
Be "in It;" Just pleasu comprehend
that we are selling elegant ciiklnm-made
suits, the least bit worn, at Justb's fig
ures? JUBTU'S OLD STAND, 019 D St.
LADIES needing confidential treat
ment. A safe and sure relief in all
female trouble, constipation. Irregulari
ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula.
eta Separate looms for patients before
and'durlug confinement, and find homes
for Infants If required Btriclty ronflden
tlaL MRS. DR. RENNER, 16 Fourth st
ne.. near L. Capitol bt , Washington, D. O.
ailVIE. ESTELLE tells all events of
life: gives anvlco In domestic troubles:
strictly confidential; and heals all kinds
of sores, the latter for lndlesonly; hours.
0 0. m. to 10 11. m. 913 19th st. nw.
PIANO lessons L. B. McElhmncy. Not
425 lth St. nw.; experienced tencuer;
reduced rates. sel8-lmo
DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st.nw., makes
full sets or teeth tor $S; satisfaction
guaranteed; teeth extracted without puis:
gold filling. $1: amalgam. BOe. sel-tt
Dr. Mary Gordouj tells jou all things
and gives a proper remedy for j our trouble.
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THE "3 DAYS" CURE FOR MEN.
uuis remedy cures, in j oays or no
charge. Consultation free. DR. McKEE
HAN.710 12lh st. mr. se29-4t
SXOO reward for ,i case ot Indigestion
ur uyspiiU that cannot be cured with
Cramp's Tonic of Fruit and Spices.
CRUMP M'F'G. CO., 603 F St. nw. Send
for circular. ge20-7t
aiaiE. BROOKE teils all the events
of life; all business confidential; lailies
and gentlemen, 50 rents each, hours, 9 a.
m. to 9 p. m. b03 New York avenue north
west, near Sixth street. sc24-14t
DON'T go and faUiqff the earth, you
snouid call on us and get a first-class
custom made suit or overcoat, the "least
bit" worn, at figures that'll make ou want
to live forever. JCaTHa OLD MTAND,
iin I) st. nw. ocl-7t
A1JU.E. PEHRIN bcientlfio palm
istry; truest uestiny reader of the age:
events of nast and future revealed with
wonderful accuracy; hours 10 to 9. 515
19th St. nw.. bet. :
I and F.
TO tho Bondholders nnd Stockholders ot
the Washington and Georgetown Railroad
Company and the Stockholders of the
Rock Creek Railway Company, of the
District ot Columbia:.
Notice Is hereby given that the Capital
according to the terms of the contract be
tween the Rock Creek Railway Company of
the District of Columbia and the Washington
and Georgetown Railroad Company, its
stock for the bouM Issued by the Washing ton
and Georgetown Railroad Company. Tho
holders of such bonds are requested to send
them to the undersigned for such exchange
onorbefore the lOthof Octobernext. Tho
failure uiBurenderanysuch bonds, for such
exchange, on or before the 1st of November
such bonds for stock. Interest on the bonds
surrendered Tvlll be paid np to the 21st
day ot September, 1895, on all bonds
surrendered on or before the 1st day of
The holders of stcck of the Rock Creek
Railway Company of theDIBtrictorcolnmbia
and the Washington and Georgetown Rail
road Company are also requested to
promptly send in their stock for exchange,
according to the terms ot the contract afore
said. C. II. KOONES.
Secretary and Treasurer ot the Capital
se27-se27 Oct 2 4 9 11 16 18 23 25 27 and
THE funeral of Gen. James Dngan, who
died suddenly at the Forrester House,
on Four and-a-bajt street Sunday after
noon, will take place from the residence
of Capt. II. E. Burton, No. 1(00 Ninth
street northwest, Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock. Interment at Arlington.
Mrs. Dugau extends an Invitnlion to all
comrades to attend the ceremonies.
MISS A. L. Disney asd Abel havo Just
returned from New York, and will
resume business at their old stand, 302
0th st. se.; perfect fit guaranteed; terras
J. PFLEGING, Tailor.
With W. H. ORANSTON,
14S7 Pa. aY& , cor. 15th t
Formerly with Jas. W. Bell. 5th are. N. Y.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
WE have an extensive map of Washing
ton and bulletin: a postal card sent to us
with your name and address will find you
In possession of It. WM.H. SAUNDERS i
CO., 1407 F et. ' sc28-3t-eod
FOR SALE Very Cheap, a beautiful
new brick house on Columbia Heights:
well built; all m, 1.; lAddress J. B. G., this
office. t ,. se30-3t-em
FOR SALE A tXangdon.a new frame
house, ar a sacrifice; offer wanted.
Address SACRIFICE,, this office.
se20-7t v '
WILL lady who found smaU cape on9th
st, Monday evening kindly return same
to 602 9th st. nw. It
A GOOD reward' offered the finder of
a lady's plain gold, 'double-caso Wal
tbam watch, with short chain and cross
attached; cross plain on ono side, carved
on the other; lost on 7th, 14th, or Chevy
Chase cars Sunday afternoon. Return to
409 O st. nw., or to the olficc of The Times.
FOB SALE SUBURBAN.
SI. OOO will buy 60 acres; 4-rooni
franiQ bouse; orchard of fruit; good
fences; on county road. Address J. L.
BEACH. Stoneleigh, .Fairfax county, Va,
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE There will be no better
time to set a bargain In real estate
than now. We are offering a few lots,
24 6x136, well located ne., on terms to
suit purchasers, at $300 per lot; near cable
cars. Secure a homo slle. Call for plat
and full information.- JNO. F. WAGGA
MAN. 700 14th St.. room 4. se21-14t
FOR BENT HALL.
FOR RENT Fine larga hall. 75x25
athalfnrlco fi2BLa.ave. w25-10t
WAHTKD-A 6 or 6 room modern flat;
convenient to 14th st. car line. Ad-
dress MO DESK FLAT. UH office. aslS-tt
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Tho cosiest and neatest
lunch room in the city; good location
and fair business; most satisfactory rea
sons for selling. Address Ik X. T., this
cluss couuitlon; cheap. 1824 9th st.
FOR SALE Nearly new furnace and
pipes, in perfect condition; used in a
12r. awelllng, which Is to be enlarged and
heated by steam. Address FURNACE,
this office. oc2-2t
FOR SALE Barroom and 5-year lease;
cause, nine-US of owner; full Investiga
tion solicited. .Jnquire No. 1342 H St.
ne. oc2 3t
FOR SALE-$12 wire flower stand
und beveral wooden ones. Holt price.
B. E. PRIOR. 433'Q St. nw. It
FOR SALE Grocery store and oyster
buiuu. u. eaee u ei. uc. ui.-iib
FOR SALE An old-established bat
ter route, cheap; the owner is too old
for the business. Inquire at 912 I st.
FOR SALE Horse, phaeton, buggy
and harness, very cheap. 1033 N. J.
FOB SALE-Butter route. Apply 912
I ( ... n.l..
FOR SALE A fine pony, suitable for
cnildreu to ride ordrhe; kind and fear
less ot cverytlilng; also a fine young mare
suitable for grocery wagon; also phaeton,
light surrey and runner box. 1105 11th
st. nw. ocl-3t
ONE carload of horses from Shenandoah
alley; guaranteed Virginia horses or
no sale; workers and drivers; moderate
prices. DOUGHERTY A LASKEY. 109
H St. nw. se26-7t
CHEAPEST Place In V'anhington to
buy luncy pigeons. 715 10th st. ne.;
call after 4 p. m. sept27-7t
FOR SALE-Dargalns in -wagons, car
nages, traps, harness and buggies, both
new and second band; also 2 horses. 927
D st. nw. sel4-lni
FOR SALE-Al a bargain, a three
story brick house on 21st St. nw.. near
Pa. ave. nw.; all modern lmprovements-
JUitw a. taeluk, izia i- su oci-ai
FOR SALE Cheap, an old established
o ster saioon. inquire 011 i-a.uvc.se.
FOR SALE Entire furniture of 10
rooms, all new; for sale by October 1;
no reasonable offer refused. Addresj
207 C st nw. w26-7t
Come, to Uk Right Away With Yoar
We are selling them off rapidlr- No
trouble to relieve you of yours If you make
the price an object. And then remember
there Is no publicity. Everything you say
to us Is Just as sacred as with your own
lawyer. Advertisement costs you nothlDg
if we decide to take yoar place tosellas this
Isa chance wetake. Nootherflrmdoesthe
advertising that we do. This laanexpense
that can 111 bo arforded when bargains are
of advertising we do not consider. Let us
have your business place If you can make
T. O. ANDERSON 4 CO.,
Real Estate nnd Ruslnajs Exchange, 907
S street northwest.
FOR SALE-Rare chance, a will
equippeei barber sbop upon moderate
terms; location unexcelled and trade alltbat
could be desired; satisfactory reasons given
forselllng Apply 410 Cth Et. cw.
WANTED Lady partner with S100
In dining-room. Address DINING
ROOM, thlb office. It
FOR SALE-Cheap, 100 cords pine
wood; will take coal or horse and
buggy in part paj menL Apply PINE, this
office. oc2-l t
S2.50 will buy a saloon doing a good
business: good reason for selling. Ad
rtress ltOX27,thlsoffice. oct2-2t
FOR SALE-Grocery, meat and pro
vision store, horse and wagon; good
business location: reason or selling, sick
ness. Address QUICK, this office.
WHITE for latest, pamphlet on Clip
pie Creek gold mining clocks and
weekly quointious of stock market. Sent
free on application to J. P. KANE A CO.,
Colorado Springs. Colo ocl-20t
SI I, COO Stock
or Dry Goods will sell for $5,000. A com
plete tnventorr will be shown. This is ono
of the greatest bargains of the year and
must be sold at once, as owner Is greatly
In need of cash.
T. O. ANDERSON A CO..
1 1 907 a st. nw.
FOR SALE-Notion store, cheap for
cash: good location. 1425 P st- nw.
FOR SALE Pork and bacon-cutting
business, in Northern Llbertv Market;
extra f Inef Ixtures, tools, etc., a rare chance.
Inqulrent Hotelier Stall No. 206. ocl-3t
FOR SALE Saloon, cheap. 725 7th
st nw se30 3t
STATEMENT or the coudition of the
PACIFIC FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY, or Now York.N.Y.,ontbe3bth
day of June. 1895. as required hy actof
Congress approved Julr 29, 1892:
Capital stock $200,000 00
CapitalstocKpaidup 200,000 00
Cash In bank $9,496 74
Bonds and mortgages (first lien
on real estate) 257,500 00
Stocksaudbondsimarketvnlue) 380,465 00
Premiums uncollected and In
hands of agents 62,988 30
Interest due nnd accrued on
June 3b, 1695 5,406 22
Cash capital $200,000 00
Reserve premium fund 2G5.612 33
Reserve for unpaid losses
nnd claims 33,703 79
Net surplus 192,776 46
Statement of dividends nnd expenses
Dividends $lb,000 00
Current expenses 73,974 91
GEO. JEREMIAH. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
28th day of September. 1895.
Notary Public, New York county.
TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA:
Tho following. Is a correct statement of
the assets and liabilities ot the FIDELITY
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION, ot Phila
delphia, Pa., on tho 30th day ot JUNE,
1893, furnished In accordance with the act
of Congress entitled, "An act to regulate
insurance in tho District ot Columbia,"
approved January 26, 1887:
Total assets, as per detailed
schedule hereto attached $2,748,737 63
Total assessments received
during the first slxmonths
ot 1895 .- -14,030 10
Interest and other cash re
ceipts the first sit months
ot 1895 14,577 38
Losses paid during the first
slxmonths of 1895 218,196 62
Expenses, salaries, taxes,
and commissions 267,064 80
Losses resisted $17.000 00
Losses reported 77,000 00
Losses reported not yet due.. 48,000 00
All other liabilities 42.111 62
Total liabilities 5184,111 62.
Totalassets . .. .. $2,748,737 08
Total liabilities 184,111 62
Net surplus $2,564,626 06
0. C. B0SBYSHELL,
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
25th day of September, 1&95.
(Seal.) F. X. QUINN,
NET OR INVESTED ASSETS:
Cost of real estate In cash,
exclusive of encumbrances $451,445 15
Loans on bonds and mort
gages 267,379 51
Loans secured by collaterals 45,863 36
Cost value of bonds and
stocks owned by asso
ciation 41,269 02
Interest bearing notes se
cured by liens on policies 36,887 55
Agents' ledger balances se
cured 277,498 30
Cash In bank and office.... 48,172 29
Printing machinery. 1,767 28
Interest due and accrued.... $8,853 33
Market value ot real estate
over cost 22,446 89
Indemnity reserve or
amount pledged for losses 1,547,155 00
Total assets $2.748.737 68
CAMPBELL C ARRINGTON.
Attorney-al-Law. Webster Law Build
ing, 505 D St. nw., Washington; D. C.
Kesiaence, no. a, jaouut vernon riau.
cor. N. T. ave. and 9th st. o w. celB-loia
fiCHOOL OF LAW
I - FACULTY.
EeT. J. HAVENS RICHARDS. 8. J4
Preifdent of the University.
Hon. HENRY B BROWN, LL. D.
(Justice Supreme Court of the United
Lecturer or. Admiralty Jurisprudence.
Hon. MARTIN F. MORRIB, LL. D.
(Acsoclatu Justice Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia),
Lecturer on Constitutional and Interna
tional Law and Compara
Hon. BETH SHEPARD. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia).
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and
non. JEREMIAH M. WILSON, LL. D-.
Lecturer on the Law. or Real Estate and
the Law of Evidence.
JOSEPH J.DARLINGTON. LL. D.,
Lecturer on the Law of Personal Prop
erty aid Contracts
GEORGE E. HAMILTON, LL. D ,
Lecturer on Practice. Testamentary Law
ord Ecntty Pleading and Practice.
r. ross Perry, a m.. ll. d..
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading. Criml
liSl Law. and Domestic Relations.
Hev. RENE HOLAIND, 8. J.,
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGEA LAMBERT. LL.D-,
Lecturer on Civil Law.
CHARLES A.DOUGLAbB. Esq,
Lecturer on the Law otTorts and Negotia
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT.
Court of Appeals- Messrs TALLMADGH
A. LAMBERT. JOB -DARNARD, and
HENRY WIUE GARNETT.
SAMUEL M. YEATMAN..A. M.,
Secrets ts and Treasurer.
Tho twenty-sixth annual session ot
the School ot Law opens WEDNESDAY.
OCTOBER 2. 1893. nt 6:30 p .m.. in Its
commodious, specially designed Law
School Duildlng, N03. 50S 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', alumni
and all others' interested In legal educa
tion are cordially Invited to be present.
The secretary can be seen in his of
fice in tho law building daily after
September 13, from 6 to 7 p. m., for in
formation, enrollment, etc. Those pro
posing to connect themselves with tbe
school for the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll their names before the open
ing nlgntaud thus avoid the delay incident
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the course of study,
terms, etc.. can be obtained at book stores
of W. II. Morrison's Sons. 182G F street
northwest; Ln wilcrinllk A Co.. 1424 F street
norhtwest, and John Byrne A Co., 1322 F
street northwest, and at W. 8. Thompson's
drug store, 703 Fifteenth street north
west, or on application personally or
by letter to the undersigned.
8. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
THE Medical Department of Howard
University will be orvr.eil with an ad
dress by Prof. E. Oliverlielt, M. D., on Tues
day. Oct 1. at 7 30 p. m., at the college
buildlnc. The profisston and public are in
vited to be present. se27-5t
WIMODATJGHSIS. 1328 1 St. nw.
Classes begiuOeu l;Lngllsh branches.
Basinets classes. Elocution, Journalism,
Literature, Dancing, Delsarte, French and
ADA L. SMITH. Supt. selO-tt
GTJNSTON INSTITUTE, 1212 and
1214 14th st. nw. Fourth sesslononens
Sept. 25. MR. and MRS. B. R. MASON.
Washington School of Expression,
MET7EP.0TT MUSIC HAIX,
Voice a specialty. Pan.omlmlc training and
rtyslcal Culture. Best methods. Indorses by
Yale, Harvard. University of Chicago, and
others. Send for announcement.
WiLE. ilOHRER. I-rincipal.
The Howard CnltersIty-LawSchooI
Will open TUEC1)AY, Oct 1, at 6.30 p. ra. TUI
TION FREE For circulars contalnlnc further
Information address JAMES F BL'NDY. ecre
tary Office in lair school Building. 4-1) Sth st.
nw. Ths school is open to ait, WITHOUT DIS
TINCTION OF RACEOR PES. who are over IS
years of age and possess proper Qualifications.
NATIONAL Academy or Fine Arts
Drawing ana Painting. Thorough In
struitlou lor artists, teachers, Jecorators,
designers, illustrators, parents and (btldren.
In ever branch of art. Portraits to
order In every style, from $10 to $3,000.
Old or iniured pie-lures cleaned, varnished,
restored, in tbe most skillful manner. 502
E st. nw. se22 tf
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY
CHOSo. 1312 Massachusetts aeuue.
Washington, D. C. A day school foryouns
ladles and little girls. In addition to a
thorough course in English, French. German
and Latin, special advantages areoffereo. to
students ln tne art and musical departments.
A kindergarten will be opened ln connec
tion with the academy. sel3-lra
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. Vt. ave.
and Thomas circle, reopens Its fall
term Monday. Sept. 9. Apply or send for
year book. BROTHER FABR1CAN.
SPANISH is the most beautiful of all
languages and the easiest to learn; yon
can read, write, and converse ln twenty
lessons. Address ESPANOL, this office.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Home and Day fccbool lor Girls. 1761
N st near Connecticut ave.
MRS. WM. D. CABELL.
THE CO UCO HAN GALLERY OF ART.
The Art School connected with the
Corcoran Gallery of Art will be opened on
Monday, October 7, 1893. Applications
for admission must be made at tue 17th st.
entrance. By order, F. 8. BARIIARIN,
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE
1325 n st nw., t
Washington. D. C. The soven ty-fourth
session begins October 1. 1893 The In
troductory lecture will be delivered by
Dr. W. W. Johnston at 8 p. m. October 1.
Regular dally lectures at 5.30 p. m. Every
facility for clinical nnd 'boratory
work. Laboratories open dar and even-
DS DR. D. K. SHUTE. Dean.
1120 New Yorkave.
DR. E. A. DE SCIIWEINITZ.
sel7-lmo 1325 H st. nw.
National Ecueepatiiic Hecieal Ccllege
Has removed to the new college buildiag.
No- 62 5 Massachusetts avenue northwest
The regular course of lectures for the
session ot 1895-6 will begin Octbber 1, at
7 30 p. m Tbe Introductory address wUl
bemade by theprcstdent, Zaiman Richards,
esq., followed by Prof. J. T. 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 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 Boart! of Trustees.
ZALMAN RICHARDS, president
HUTCHINS BUILDING. 10TH AND D
STS. N. W.
We teach electricity in science and ap
plication. Applied mechanics. Mechanical
draughting and designing. Fun labora
tory and practical shop courses. Latest
and best methods. Not the "only school
in tho world," but the best ln Washington.
Opens October 2. Call at the office for
full particulars, or address the principal,
GEORGE SDW. DUNT0N.
LADY STUDENTS ADMITTED.
ARCHITECTURAL drawing and
mathematics: thorough Instruction;
moderate tuition. Address DRAFTSMAN,
this office. ocl-7t
SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY.
Br H. C. Tanner, Granite bldg., corner V
and Ninth streets. Call or send for cir
HAVE a gent's good silver, best works,
wntcn to exchange for fair bicycle.
Address E. O., this office. ot2-2t
TO exchange ettenslon top )nl.:e-.rut
surrey ior cjnojij.tep trap or in
R. H. UAV1S, litis olffce'. oet2-..
Nowoponfor the reception of etailaats.
Prof. Charles E. Monroe, Ph. D.
William R. Smith, Sunt. Botanloa!
Garden, U. S. A
Nancy D. Richards, M. D.
John F. Green, Inst.
For farther Information apply at residence.
Maple Squara, M. C. Ave. and tth St a E.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. DPregldeat,
Examination of Candidates for Admission
to College. Medical, and Dental School,
September 20jmd 21.
College Session begins September 25.
Session of Academy begins September 23.
Session ot Medical School begin Oc
Session ot Dental School begins Oc
Session of Scientific School begins Oc
Session of Law School begins October 3
Session of Graduate School begins Oc
THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Thorough preparation for the Col,
lege, for tho Sclent if 10 School, for
tli Naval and Military Acndomle,
nnd for buolnc-ss.
Open to students ot both sexes.
THE CORCORAN SCIENTIFIO
Forty-seven rrofeiwora and In
Htructors: tvrenty-tbreo fall de
imrtmeotM; twelve fnll courses of
study. Special students admitted.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twelve professors. Including: two
AHooclnte Justices ot the United
States Supreme Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty profensors and assistants
The course Is foar years.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL.
Seventeen professors; unusual
facilities. The course Is thre
TnE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
Courses of advanced Instruction,
leading to M. A- M. S.. C.E..E. R,
and PH. D.
For catalogue descriptive of the several
courses address EOBT. H. MARTIN,
THE LAW SCHOOL FACULTT
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D..J?resident
TheHON. WALTER S. COX. LL.D., Dean,
(Associate Justice of tbe Supreme Court
ot tbe District of Columbia.)
Professor of Iho Law of Real Estate, of
Co' tracts, and of Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LL. D.,
(Associate Justice jf tbe Supreme Court
ot the United States,)
Professor of the Constitutional Jurlsproi
denee ot the United States, of the Law
of Domestic Relations, of Per
sonal Property and of Torts.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D
(Sometime Assistant Attorney-General of
the United States.)
Professor of Equity Jurisprudence, of Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and of
tbe Law of Evidence, and the
Jurisdiction and Practice ot
the U. S. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL. B..
(Associate Justice nt the Supreme Coar)
of the United States.)
Professor ot the Law ot Corporations.
Prof. G. H. EMMOTT, LL. M
(of the Johns Hopkins university,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRT E. DAVIS, LL.M..
(Sometime Assistant Attorney ot tbe Dli
trict of Columbia,)
Lecturer on the History of Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLT. Esq,
(of the Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law
The Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice ot the Supreme Court
of the District nt Columbia.)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN BUTTERWORTH.
(Sometime United States Commissioner of
Professor of the Law of Patents
WILLIAM G. J OHNSON, LL. M,
(or the Washington Bar,)
Professor of Legal Catecbetlcs, Cornmoa
Law Practice, and Judge of tbe
COURT OF APPEALS.
WILLIAM F. MATT1NGLY.
HENRY E. DAVIS. CHARLES W. NEEJ
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROBERT H. MARTIN,
Secretary and Treasurer.
SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHS
School for Young Men and Boys,
914 14th St., bet. I and K.
Begins Its forty-fourth scholastic year Sep
temper 23. This school has a national repu
tation, and is recognized as oncot tbeleadlna
preparatory schools of this country. It
prepares for all the universities, colleges and"
scientific schools, tor tbe United States
Militarvand Naval academies, und for busi
ness. Thegradiiat3"of this school take hlga
rank wherever they go.
Mr.EdwinH. Foster wnicontlnueincharga
of tbe Junior Department For circulars,
CHAS. B. YOUNG, Pb. D., V
sel7-lm Principal and Proprietor.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-first year opens TUESDAY, Oo
tobcr first. Large and artractive build
ings, thoroughly equipped with every re
quisite of a refined home and a progres
Applications for ndmlssion of pupils to
the day school may be madeaftcrSeptembef
fifteenth, between the hours of ten and ons
o'clock each mornirg
MRS ELIZABETH J. SOMERS.
Education Below -Cost
For young men. In 12 branches of study;
every one a bread-winner, evening sessions
only at the i'oung Men's Christian Associa
tion Business School, 2d lioor, Lenman build
ing, 1425 New 1'ork ave. n w. Coll for TuU
1864. Education For Real Life 1S05
For Sons nnd Daughters.
The Spencerlan Business College,
National Bank of the Republic Budding,
cor. 7lh and D nw. Day andulghtscsslons.
The thirty-first scholastic year of ton)
popular institution begins Monday. Sep
tember 2, 1895. Five departments, vii:
Practical business, including complete
bookkeeping course, English, rapid caJ
calatioDs, rapid writing, moral and social
culture, Delsarte system ot expression,
civics, political economy and commercial
law. Practical English, with Initiatory
bookkeeping. Shorthand and Typewriting.
Including English; Spencerlan Itapid Writ
ing, Mechanical and Agricultural Drawing:
Full corps of thoroughly trained teachers.
Office open every business day and
Writs or call tor new annual annoanos
menu Mrs. Sara A. Spencer,
Principal and Proprietor.
Pupil ot Francesco Lampertie, of Milan.
Studio at residence, 14J.0 loth St. nw.
P.A.IKTITT G lessons, by Mr. nnd Mrs.
um. jfchiiuiiney, 425 4th st. nw.; day
aiu i- , aiiqr i!asc; terms moderate.
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