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THE MORNING- TIMES. SATUHDAY. OCTOBER 5, . 1895.
One Gent ft
ro advertisement less thaa 10a-
Ons Gent Z
No advertisement less than 10
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No advertisement less than 10
No advertisement lass than 10.
Ko advertisement less than 1 0.
No advertisement lass than tO-
One Cent &
Noadvsrtlssmsat lass thai 10.
TV" ANTED-Competent white coach
man. Apply THE EXCHANGE, il4
13th fit, nw. : It
WANTED-A resident of Anacostla,
Urookianj, Btlghtwood, Takoma Park,
Tennallytown, Ilyallsville and other su
burban towns to canvass and net as agent
for a household article; good prorit; no
risk; exclusive right- Address N. 8.,
this office. oc5-3t
WANTED-A first-class cook and 2
waiters lor an oyster and chop house.
CaMat10a. m.G2S Q st. nw. lt
PAINTERS wauled: first-class bands
only neeuapnly. CARTER. 73G 13th
A white barber wanted Tor Saturday.
220 1 -2C R.E e. 1 1
WANTED l'our experienced soap
powder canvassers. Apply at 408 Flor
ida avc. nw., alter 4 p. ni. po-Jt
T7ANTED-A salesman of eiierlence
and ability; salary and commission to
right party; refs. JAS. W. YATES. 1321
1 St. IIW. Zd IlOCir ara-iiTui
WANTED-ii (white) lor general
work and who understands how to
cook oysters. 355 l'a. avc. nw. oc4-..t
WANTED-louug men to introduce
rirsl-c-uss t-uinlMiiuikin work Just issued
In New York by the Judge Co.; excellent
opportunity Tor young raco entering busi
ness. J. K. M. It., this office. oc44
WANTED-Coloml boy ubo Jt 10 years
ntit "tow boy. 218Hst.se. oc4-5t
.wi, . Llnljilaa .lilllOn, II Till
loau agent as manager for lUItimore:
also several good agents for city work;
good money to bustlers. Apply 01 r st..
lower floor. oc3-5t-cm
"WANTED First-class ccok lSr.D-Ts";r
house: to tervc at nights; 4 IP Mh st
WANTED-t first-class coat ruak-"ematonT-cT
O sts. n.v. . oct--tr
WAMTED-A business nrm dcsirlrga
tei.iix.Taie. industrious man. wiui first
class business and clerical qualifications,
splendid rec-oium.'iidultoas. Address Uli,
this office, cc -.it
- . ...1 l ..-... .tin .' fli.lt a
lioy h.iMiig a few years' experience at
tailoring at E. HORISAN'S, Sot! K st.nw.
"WANTED Good canvassers; SO salary
pur wi-ck and commission. Call In
morning. 733 7th st. nw. oo.-3t
WANTEDy Retires situation as
wctrknig houscV.eci.er for -widowers
family E02 E st. u.
WANTED-A girl Tor light house
work; white prelerred. Apply al IWiU
11th St. nw.. second iiour.
"WANTED-A young lad or good ad-
drcss, lair complexion nod good hair.
Call niter 9 a. ni. Kit. J. SKMMLS. Der
matologist, 704 14lli St. cc5-3t
WAKTED-Experienced salesladies in
a nry anu fancy store. Address MER
CHANT, this orfice. lt
TV ANTED Experienced lady operator
on gramophone or phonograph, own
lug tyiiewriter; stale salary, which must
be moderate to begin; hours 9 to 0. Ad
dress GOOD l'LAOE, tills orficc. It
WANTED- White lady's niaklT Frcncli
nurse, 7 white cooks. LADIES' Ex
change, 014 13th st. nw. It
WANTED- slx lady agents; sularyand
commission. 802 tub st. se. ocfi-3t
WANTED-Settled German woman
tor general housework who will speak
German to mid be kind to children. Ad
dress Mrs. IC, this office, for one week.
WANTED-:Cl'''1 who understand the
tailoring business, and also 2 coat
makers. M1LEK. lb 20 tCst.iiw. oc4-2l-ein
while gin iGeiruan rrcicrrcd) for gen
eral housework in family of Ihree. Aiply
lOOlNew Hampshire ave. li-cm
WANTED-A white girl ns cook in
a small 'anitly: no washing and ironing.
Aliply at 913 Rhode Island ave. ocl-2t
WANTED-Young lady on pants and
laiiv jiuisuer. Auuress A. GLAZMAN,
2038 7ih st nw. ocvt-3t
WANTED-A Gcnnan gin or woman
lor general housework in small fam
fly. Apply -200 F st. nw. oc3-3t
WANTED-A white girl, for house
work ai.U assist In kitchen. Must !
a good washer and ironer. Apply at 1627
14lh st nw tf.-cni.
WANTED Homo Protective Agency
has places for help every day with,
good references. AU capacities. 010 llta
t. n. "w. se4-ltuo
WANTED-At once, working house
keeper, storeroom girl, man and wile
man to care lor horses and garden, wireas
laundress; no children. C 10 1 1 til st. nw.
WANTED-Many hearers. "An In
teresting incident About Neckwear;" toid
byl'astor E.lIezSwciuBondaynlght. It
WANTED-Soprano and teuor voices
lora nrsi-i lass l'rotestant choir. 8end
SUQresH lo uiniiic. tuis oiiice. ucj-ji
WANTED-Bmltli Piemior Type-
wilter operators and stcnograpberi
diiccted to poslllous. Operators de
lilcg to familiarize themselves with new
Ko. 2 Smith Viomlor Typewriter call
THE SMITH TREMIEK TYPEWRITER
CO.. So 1410 F st. nw. Jy31-tf
SITUATION "WAKTED MALE.
WANTED-1'f a young colored man,
thoroughly experienced butler. Just
fmm the North; can rurnlsli best or refs.
Adcm' J. W.. 1016 L st. nw. oc5-2t
WANTED-Hy a reliable colored boy,
sixteenjars of age, dituation to wort
in the house or drive for a doctor. Address
JULIUS MACK. 1228 20th St. nw. It
WANTED-First-class butcher wislicR
position ill liic.il ami provision Mure
Address W. II. T.. 1127 illli st. nw. It
WANTED-BJ a young colored man.
situation as waiter, driver or general
usefulness; rers. g(d; normal education.
Apjilv AUVEKT1SEK, 1510 14th St. nw.
WANTED-H)' a colored boy, aged 20,
position working in a private famlly
dress J). L, itilsjiffice .cP'i:
WANTED-Situation as driver orhost
ier;goou refs. Address 215 G st. he.
TOUNG .man wants a place In private
family or drive delivery wagon. Call
ntr!710 Seton st. nw. It-cm
WANTED-Vouik man from North
wants a iwisltion in private fnm!ly;lias
been coachman; best city refs as to
character Address D., this oHice.
oc 3-3 t
"WANTED Situation by experienced
lanors'.culter; out of (own preferred.
003 I si. n w. oc2-3t
"WANTED Voting man, with office,
desires agvncy Tor a good article. Ad
dress ENLUGETIC, this orfice.
WANTED-A young ma nwould like a
place iu a private f.unlly lo run a
furuai'e or as house servant; can furnish
ref A!dnsa K. T.. this nffme. ncl-4t
WANTED-A position ;ik nurse to
Invalid lady. Address W. W., Ihis of-
"WA.NTED Uerined y oung lady wishes
imisi Hon us housekeeper in private family
or rlr.sHl.iss hotel. Address II. 8.. this
WANTED-II)' elderly lauy, situation
un coniiuuiou to an invalid lady. Kef
erenivs exchauged. Address 73 O st.
n w ot-3-3t
WANTED-Colored uurso desires sit
uation to care for inrant; thoroughlv ex
perienced: with one family over 11 years.
Address 1731 Q at. nw. ocG-2t
waitress or scamslress. Call or address
M. E. L-, 1210 U St. nw. oc5-lt
"WANTED By a first-clas dressma-
k-r, work by the day; making over
dresses a specialty; at moderate price.
Call or address J. N., 1538 Marion st. nw.,
bet. GUi, 7th, F and Q sts. ocG-2t
WANTED-I'S' as chambermaid or
waitress. Call 222 I) st. nw. ocG-2t
"WANTED POSTAGE STAMPS.
WANTED-All kinds of old U. 8.
IKistage stamps; Department stamps
epecially desired. Highest prices paid.
II. F. DUNKHOKST, 1005 Vlh St. nw.
WANTED-A r or 0 room modern flat;
convenieut to 14th st. car line. Ad-
ttress MODEBN FLAT, this olflce. aa!6-t
BY l-'dy and little daughter, room and
tioani; state lowest terms. PERMA
NENT, this office. lt
WANTED-Dy gentleman, wife and
uauguur, two lurnlslied rooms and
board, or suite of rooms; use of parlor
and privilege of caterer. Address T. A. G.,
this ofrice. It
WANTED-A good Job printing press;
must be in good condition; quarto size.
H. M., this oirice. oc5 bt
WAOTED-W or 20 gallon milt
route; must be a bargain. MILK
ROUTE, lids office. ocGt
WANTED Sit.gle set coupe or cab
harness. HA liN J--tiS, 127 California st.
WANTED-Theater lithograph or bill
board i ass for two; will pay fair -price
for same each week dulliig ei.t're season.
Address JuuaO.W V. O. llox 043. oc5-2t
WANTED-Typewriters rented at re
duced rates, wun privilege of purct-nse;
sold on small monthly payments. See the
Duplex (douu'.ei'iiccu) typewriter. Wauled,
oiierntors to learn. NEWMAN'S, 011 TUr
st- 'Phone, llbo. oc3-4-cm
WANTED-All tin uld know Dr. Alary
cordon tells truthfulness of friends,
husiucF-s deal, or niunnioiil.il venture.
Tells all your Lufcii.fss niralrs with utmost
truth; lost or stoieu piopcity; every hid
den mystery repealed; makes speedy and
luppy marriages wun the one jou lore
by proper auMcc. Don't buy. sell, or
go on a Journey until you cousult this
glflml lady in iw-on or b letter. She
diagnoses- your case by spiritual' Insight
aided by a staff of tnhipcicul physicians.
Ladies ciay consult In Kiufideiicc on all
nlMMses jieculuir to ll.eir sex. Olflca
and re lilemv. 11 (Mi it st. nw. sc20-lm
WANTED-A tiusliiess man with a
small capital desires employment and
orfice. oc5-1 1
"WANTED All kinds of bouseclcaiiTng
contracted for at lowest Prices; eatis-
DUUEAU. 007F bt.nw. oc4-2t
WANTEB-JlWM--. lor small hire and
board. .-. )!., (lies o'fi e. oc4-2t
"WANTED Tobay a small news plant,
long primer and nonpareil. Address
NEWSPAPER,, this office. ic4-3t
Ii,r at lowest prices: sallsfacllon guar
.ifteed. DOMEd J.IC SEKVIUE UUKlvtU.
C07 F nw. ct-1 2t
WANTED Girls to be scir-suppoiting:
marrn-cl ladies lo lessen drcssjnakiug
hills by Icanuug to tut by Merchant Tailor
Square: particulars at school, 728 12th
WantedTry Rubber Roof Paint.
WE 8TOr ALL LEAKS FREE.
AcJ chnri.e oalr for pAluiia;: worksusrantesl
NAT. RL'UlJLl: How? PAINT tXJ . mil bta nif
EIIT1ETCA Carpel Cleaning Company Is
cleaning carpets en (he lloor without
reniovu-g the luitilture from the room. Ad
dress Postal. 4 1-2 Maine avc fcw.
LACE curtains laundered by expe
rienced bands, 35 cents a pair; mail
oroi - rompuy attended to. No. 2ft V
st. nw. It
GUNS. UIIIe3. l;-oIvers, loading tools,
humors' oiitlits, v.'ntclies, Jewillry,
guitars, violins, baajos, maiidollns, at aliout
one-half regular dealers' Lriccs at PAWN
SHOP. No. HiuO E tt. nw. oel-Omo
J. D. M.EIUU.TT. l'hoiographer. re-
iiiovea 'o 4tu ami sbl l'a. ave. nw.;
all work strictly lfrl clafs io2&-lm
JTIST RECEIVED Pine lot youcg Cu
lian parrots, guaranteed to talk; also
monkeys, canaries, moikiug birds, gold
fish. dogs, and for. y plg-otis. SCIIMID'S.
712 12 h st. nw.. brunch 1221 l'a. ave.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Best make of incubators,
broouers and iresh green bone; call
and see the incubators la working order.
Sctimld's lard and 1'et Animal Stores, 712
FOR SALE-Onc fine heavy draught
luare, one jour-ycar-old halt hackney
marc, handsome and good driver; one
Prince Orloif mare, live years old, with
8th St. nit. It
FOR &ALE-Horse, wagon, and har
ness; iu No. 1 condition; wagon iirtn
wliee!; also huckster's license; clieap for
cash. A nily to 1 2:tG -' J1 st. n w. oc5"2t
FOR SA-.L.E ?140 will buy a line
horse ana inree-ssat wagon, nearly
new, and a new harness, cost 250. Call
C25 G St. nw. lt
FOR SA.3L.E Lady's coal, all wool,
velvet cuiis and collar, S5; wore one
winter. U, thisolflce. oc5-2t
FOR SALE Sewing machine, new,
best make: a good chance lor a dress-
maker. Apply 2lu 3dst.se. ocor't
FOR SALE Corner grocery In north
west, owner Laving other business.
For particulars call at 1521 Stb st. nw.
FOR S ALE-"Johnson's Universal Cy-
clopaedia."' When buying a cyclo
paedia why not get the latest and best?
Ask your pastor or any one who knows.
Iryou warn, to know soniethinpcnAincncan
as well as oiber mailers, you will get
"Johnson's." Full information on re
ceipt of address. T. C, Ihis office.
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred lox. terrier
pups, male ana icmaie. inquire K. Al.
HOLLIHGE. Hrookland. D.C. oct4-3t-cm
GOOD, steel handsaw, f ullslze, 39c; price
iteisewhere. pVase; yoT will find it 75c.
CUT-PRICEIIAKDWARE CO., lllh and E.
FOR SALE Atlijrgdorf'sstables.one
excellent 1.350 draught mare, one fast,
young marcbyUeaU'ROrloff, oulofllamble
loniaii mare, and in foul to Oraiiolp. onelialt
blrmd Hackney- rilly, feveti registered, im
port! English Hackney mares, and one
weanling, pure blood English Hackuev stud
colt. oc4-5t mae
FOR SALE-Fine family horte; good
driver anu not afraid of anything;
owner no further use for him. Call at
HOWENS'. 027 N. Y. arc. rc3-3t
FOR SALE Crescent safety, pneu
matic tire, la good order, $25, at 2014
K st. nw. oc3-3t
FOR SALE Kitchen range, also port-
niile lureacv, hi good order; also two
flights of stairs. Apply 1110 M St. oe.int
FOR SALE-Hanralns m -wagons, car
riages, train, harness and buggies, both
new and second hand; also 2 horses. 027
li s. nw. sol 4-1 m
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE Press brick b. w., G-roonis,
in. J., No. 832 Ilth lie., hair square
from cars: price. 52,!l!0; about S200 cash
bal. $8 or 10 per mo. Apply alter G p.
m. P. E. M.. 1631 Sd si. nw. ci4-M-ein
FOR SALE Small farm; good house
and barn; :.o miles from Washington.
Inquire of J. M. SI'ltlNGMAN, hpringman
P. O., Va. ocif-7t
FOR SALE-Eeautlful place at Uiv
erdale, on li. & O.; large, new 7-room
house; well;slab!e; orchard, ctc.;lot 00x128;
one square from station; half square from
electric road; onlv S2.G00, part cash.
S. M. .TONES. nlO 10th nw. oc4-3t
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE An elegant building: lot,
loOxiio. tunable for flats or private
residence, excellent locality; must be sold
within a short lime, price low; terras to suit.
Inquire am f ru nw. oc2-4tem
FOR SALE There -wlh be no belter
time to get a bargain In real estate
than now. We are olferlns a few lots,
24.0x130, well located ne., on terms to
suit purchasers, at $300 per lot; near cable
cars. Secure a home site. Call for plat
and full Information. JNO. F. WAGGA
MAN. 700 14lh St.. room 4 seX-14t
FOR EXCHANGE Fine blooded,
fize and 6tle, drlviai; horse for good
heavy work horse. Call after 5 p. m.,
234 14th fcsw. oc4-3t
TOP platform spring wagon for no-top
wagon, one-horse. Call nfter 6 p. m.
234 14th st. sw. ocr-3t
GOOD room and board for gentlemen
nt moderate prices. Addrei Q. L., this
GOOD BOARD, pleasant rooms.
souuiem exposure; also labia board.
FOR RENT BOOMS.
S2 AND SZ.SO per week, newly.fur.
rooms; gas, heat, bath; private family.
800 H st. iiw. oc5-3t
FOR RENT 512, G24 lltb St. ne.,
1st ana id floors, 4 rocms of 3-slory
bouse; a. in. 1.; large yard; near II street
cars. jpipy at yuo i? St. nw., a.v;. uotr
'iwo rooms, 2u floor, lur. complete:
front cor. rinim 20x22, back 11 ft. sti.;
cooking utensils, dishes, gas, bath, heat,
refrigerator, and sewing machine. 301
10th st. few., near Smithsonian. It
L RENT-hiTriy front room; nicely
r.; a. ia.1; good locality. 227 If tsu
FOR RENT Largeback parlor; fur.,
with use of parlor. 310 I St. nw.
FORRENT 2 commuiUcatlng, unfur.
roonw; 2d Hoor; heat and gas. 00!i P
t. nw. cc5-3t
FClt RENT Unlurnlstied large sec
cod sior trout room; circular tiay
window, near Cairo Flats. 1010 17th
FOR RENT 133 E St. nw.. lour rooms
on :.u lloor, also three on 4th floor for
five or six young men, at $5 per month
FOR RENT 2 unfur. rooms; gas. bath,
eic; or would fur. one. 120D 11th St.
THREE uufur. rooms on 3d floor; sta
uou.io stand; hot and cold water; clos
ets In each room; settled couple or ladies
preferred; lignt and heat. 407 G st. nw.
FOR RENT 815 Q St., cor. tith, nw.,
lo 4 rooms, unfur., 2d floors halt ;,ud
bath room, cheap for care of owner and her
fires. - oc5-2t
THREE unrur rooms, Slo; 221 F st. nw.
FOR RENT Large, well furnished
front room, to one or two gentlemen,
lnprlvatc family; heatand Ilsnt; price, $12;
rctercncCH recjuircd. Apply at 9 18 -Ithode
Island nvc. oc4-2t
FOR RENT One nice room, uniur
uisheu or lurtushed. 255 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR RENT Unfurnished 1311 lllh
si. uw.. four lovely rooms: parlor,
chamber, dining room and kitchen.
FOR RENT Furnished second story
back room, $5 per mouth, 1137 Dili
.. nf -ll,ir,i
FOR RENT 1122 10th st. nw.,hirge
welUiuiuisned rooms; fine location;
reasonable terms; also table board.
oc3-3t-em -s '
FOR RENT Handsome rosewood fur.
room or rcntcbeap. 722 llthst.nw.
FOR RENT Two unfurnlsticsl rooms;
thud noor; with heat and gas, hot and
cold water, $11 per month. 120 C st.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms on sec
ond and third rioor, with board; refer
ence given If required. 1723 and 1725 G
FOR RENT 3 communicating rooms,
saitaoie or light housekeeping. No. 417
N. Y. ave. oe3-3t
FOR RENT 1320 14tn U nw., two
ue&lraiiic sts ond-slory front rooms, fur
nlsheil; re'creiices exclianged. oc3-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms. r2
New Jersev ave. nw. oc3-3t
FOR RENT -13 N. Cap. st., lur.
riwnis; -u uul 3d floors; single or en
suite; Willi first-class table board; near 3
car lines and Onpltqh oc.'l-7t
FOR RENT No. 1105 10th si. nw.,
lurnisheu or unfurnished, one large
ECcond floor frontroom, alcove; new hoase;
uocbildreu in house; with or without board.
FOR RENT 3 very desirable fur.
rooms, ku lloor; with or without board;
convenient to cars; rent moderate; private
familv. 313 Clh st. se. oc3-3t
FOR RENT No. 0 K St. ne. two
i.aiHlsouieiy lurnlslied rooms, with or
without board: private lamlly: convenient
to Pension and Government Printing of
fices; very low terms to permanent tenants.
FOR KENT Large, handsomely fur
nished or umurnlshed com. bay window
parlors, separate or together; folding ted.
heat, gas. and bath; suitable for dentist:
none in vicinity: other rootusr furnished
ball bedroom, $4 per month. 215 Dth st.
sw., near D. ocl-Gt
FOR RENT For housekeeping, three
ueslraole uulurnisbed rooms., till 1st
ft- nw. ocl-ot
FOR RENT Coal aid wood yard with
all tlio apiilianccs for doing business;
loco'edoiin t clillctboroughrare. U.LEON'-
AU1). 530 4 1-2 St. SW. tc29-7t
FOR RENT Fur- rooms for gentle
men; so u, sio per month; gas. bath
and heat. 1014 lOih st. nw. se2l-7t
TEMPLAR HOUSE. 27 Pa. ave.
nw. pleasant rooms; excellent board
from $4 to to per week. tc29-7t
"NINE-ROOM house, fine location,
northwest, lor ground. Address 1IUILD-
ER. this olfice. i,5J,t
FOR RENT Partof cottage; lady leav
ing city will rent half of furnished cot
tage, bed, dressing and dining rooms,
kitchen, excellent water; convenleuttocars;
rent $15.00. JOHN L. WEAVER Le Droit
Bldg., 8th and F. 6ta. nw. It
TAKOMA PARK A Hat or 4
rooms, 2d story; Maple ave.; near cars,
etc.: rent, 5-12 per mouth. Address J. J.
SN0DGRA8S. 520 SlstsU nw. oc4-3t-em
FOR RENT Near station, on Metro
politan urancn, aeeirauie u-room house;
large ioU Address SUBURBAN, this of.
"W7 A. ntkii-Houses to rent: I am daily
turulug away applicants for bouses;
nave renwa ncany uu nsien wun me;
can rcntyourhouseatonce. CHAKLESG.
RINCtWALT, 030 F tt. iiw., Atlantic
FOR RENT 2010 2d Et.nw., LeDroit
Park: pleasant quiet location; city
water m houie; well In yard; only $12; key
next door. oci4-3t-om
FOR RENT M2GN.Cnve.se., 8 rooms
and ur.ik stablo, $35; 37 8 st. nw..
new,!) rooms, $25;008 1 Dili st.ne., 6 rooms
and ccltir, $15.50; G14, stor, corner 15th
and Tenn. nvc, nc., with 7-rooni dwelling,
SIC.OO. F. J. DIEUDONNE, Room 23, Ohio
National iiank mag.
FOR KENT An 8-room house, wash
and wooilliouse attached; good well of
water atdoor, five minutes' walk rnim sta
tion. Aildresd or apply to J.A.FL1CK:
INGER, Vienna, Fairfax county, Va.
FOR RENT To a respectable iiarly,
lurnistietl house filled witli roomers;
first-class location; rers. G. M., this of
FOR RENT Five new bay window
brick ntiuso with six rooms, bath, cellar
andstablu lo -.vide alley. These houses must
bo seen lo bo appreciated. Any person
desiring a nice home in southeast section
will rind it here. No3.730to71G12thst se.
S18 per month each. A. BEIIREND.G17
E st. nw. oc2-7t
FOR RENT Dwelling house and store,
lKthesda, Alontgomery Co.. Mil.; easy
Address A. COUNSELMANN. tills
RATCLIFFE. SUTTON A; CO., Auctioneers.
Successors to JuUcliffc. li.irri. Co.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A FRAME HOUSE
ON SUMNER AVE., ANACOSTIA, D.C.
By virtue of a deed or trust, duly record
ed in liber No. 1842. folio No. 401 ctseq..
one of the land records for the District of
Columbia, and at tho request or the party
becurcd thereby, the undersigned trustees
will orrer for sale by public auction in front
of the premises, on MONDAY, the 14th day
the following-described real estntc, to wit:
The west thirty-five (35) feet on Sumner
avenue, by llio depth of the eastern one
half (1-2) or lot nine (9) in section eight
(bi or the Itarryrarru, together with the im
provements, rights, etc. Terms: Cash, a
deposit or $50 required uion acceptance
THOMAS FRANCIS, JR.,
WILLIAM M. BECKER.
M. B. LATIMER CO.,
General Auctioneers and Appraiser,
1229-1231 G ST. N. W.
Bend In your consignments.
The finest auction rooms In the city.
No connection with any other honse.
LOST A bunch of keys, 4 in number;
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LOST Bunch of small keys; reward; re
turn to MINNICH'S DETECTIVE
AGENCT, 1EE5 F t. nw -U-2t
"INCIDENT r About Neck Wear,"
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truthful, reliable, and confidential, can
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avoid all trouble; also bow to retain huslnnd
or lover. If in search of truthful ndvlca
consult him on nil nunirs. 11 h will not de
calve or mislead you and guarantees satis
faction to all who seek his advice. Fee
50 cents. Hours, 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.; open
Sundays. 489 U st., bet. 4 1-2 and 0th
HEARING restored, ringing In ears
btopped, catarrh cured. Consultation
free. Dr. GUA0Y. 1107 N. Y. ave. nw.
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illVIE. ESTELLE tells all events of
lile; gives auvicu lu domestic troubles:
strictly conriilential; and heals all kinds
or sores, the latter tor ladies only; hours,
0 a. m. to 10 p. m. 913 linh st. nw.
PIANO lessons L. M. .McEltunney. No.
io itn si
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DR. TAYLOR. 906 F st.nw.. makes
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cold riiling. $1: amalgam. 50c. se4-tf
Dr. Alary Gordon, tells you all things
andgivai a proper remedy for your trouble.
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THE "3 DAYS" CTJKE FOR MEN.
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SlOO reward for n case of indigestion
ordysppsi.i that cannot be cured with
Cramp's Tonic ot-. Fruit and Spices.
CRUMP M'P'G. CO., GU3 F St. nw. Send
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MME. RltnoKK tells nil the events
of life, ail business confidential; ladles I
and gentlemen, oO rents each; hours, 9 a.
in. to 9 p. m. OL'j New York avenue nort'i
west. near Blxth street. se24-14t
DON'T go and fall off the earth, you
should call on lis fend get a first-class
custom made suit or overcoat, the "leust
bit" worn, at figures that 11 make you want
to live forever. JUSTIPS OLD STAND,
019 1) st. n w. , ocl-7t
iililE:. PERRIN Scientific palm
istry; truest destiny reader of the age;
events ot past audi future revealed with
wonderful accuracy; Lours 10 to 9. 513
19th r.t. nw.. bet. E and F.
FOR SALE Employment Bureau, do
ing good business; owner must leave
city. W. K. McCOY, Room 34, Lc Droit
WANTED-Ian or S500 by young
mau in juwelry business; good posi
tion; or half interest given. Address
JEWELRY, this office. oc-4-3t
FOR SALE Grocery and provision
store; ci.cap, gocd reasons for selling,
000 U St. sw. oct4-Jt-em
FOR SALE Saloon; cheap,
S75 will buy frultandconfeclionerystore;
fine location; rare bargubi to quick
buyer. Address ALEXSIS, thej office.
If you bavo a property or a business for
sale, at a bargain price. We waut noth
ing bat bargains, but we sell them quick
Are you looking for a live business
stand we have such always on our books.
Come and sen us.
T. O.ANDERSON A CO..
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 907
O st. nw.
DO NOT OVERLOOK THIS
We have to oiler our customers a
chance seldom equnled, a hotel bar on
Pa. ave.; price. $4.5O0. and a good man
can dear the cost In less than a year. T.
O. ANDERSON & CO., Real Estate and
Business Exchange. 907 G st. nw. oc44f
DAIRY AND LUNCH-On the
best part ot 7 th t. V o have for sale
theaioresaid business, whijli is agrand buy
for anyone who has a limited capital to
Uivest. The price Is only 52,000, and the
sales amount to from $40 to SG0 per day.
Over half Is proriU For this granil chance
apply to T. O. ANDERSON A CO Real
Estate and Business Exchange, 607 1 St.
ONE CHANCE IN A THOUSAND
A saloon in tire vicinity of Hta andF sts.
nw.; $1,000 down. $1,500 at 50 a month;
fixtures alone worth 8.3,000. Owner must
leave town by Saturday. ind business must
besoid by then. Apply to T. 0. AN DER SON
A CO., Real Estate and Business Exchange,
907 G st. nw. oc4-tr
FOR SALE Grocery nml provision
store, horse, and wacon; general thor
oughfaro; cheap and a bargain. Address
liv letter JOHNnON. 2211 lotnst. ne. oc-3-3t
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security. Come uPus with your appli
cations and we can (tell yon what we
will do ussoon as we examine the property.
T. O. ANDERSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 007
G st. '
WE have the following amounts to loan
on approved real estate in the District:
$3,000, Jrb.QOO. $0,000. $10,000. ntlowcst
rates or interest; no delay. HERRON A
NIXON. 1304 F RUJiW;
TFT . JC. FULTON'S ,',,a"i'fr'eo'1,1rl13
Pa. ave. aw. Established In 1870.
Money loaned on 'atches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc 1Special bargnlusjn
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au20-bfu
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trusts,
loan association, certificates, and old
Uno life Insurance policies: no delay.
YERKES A BAKER.
40 lo 40MetzerottBldg
1VTOJVTE " TO LO AN In largo sums.
or as low- as Til. 000. al S and G per
cent on D. C. real estate: also $250. $500,
S750. eic. at 6 per cent. WM. H. SAUN
DERS A CO.. 1407 F SL nw tf
MONET TO LOAN-A" classes of
real estate loans made with promptness
at curent rates. THE McLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY. cor
ner 10th and O streets nw. i9-tt
ANTED-The loan of $8,000 on first
class insiua property; no agents. 708
, c Mio.tr
MONEY to loan at 5 and b per cent,
on District of Columbia realty: no delay
If security Is satisfactory.
WALTER H. ACKER. 704 14lh nw .
MONEY to loan on real estate In tbt
District, at lowest rates "of Interest
Ko dslay. HEREON & NIXON, 1304 F SU
a. '. se4-lmo
FOR RENT 730 9th st. ne.; a very
kcsirdbie flat of 4 rooms, southwest
corn er of 9tli and H sti. n: rent. $14
per month: water and batri. ocV3t
ATTENTIONl REl'UBLICAN VOT
ERS. THE UNION REPUBUCAN
CLUB, of the District, will iue certifi
cates to tbote who desire to vote In their
rcsiiectlve States ror one full-fare round
trip ticket over the B. A O., It. K..; PENN..
R. It.; and C. A O., R. B. Certlllcates can
be obtained at Room 144, Wlllard's Hotel,
from GEO. 8. EMERY, secretary of the club.
ALEX. W. HOLT,
Chairman Campaign Committee.
J. PFLEGING, Tailor.
With W. H. GKANST0N.
1127 l'a. are. , cor. 11th it.
Formerly with Jul W. BeU, Staar. K. T.
FIFTEENTH STREET M . E. CHURCH,
services In Gunton Temple Chapel, Four
teenth street, near R Preaching by pas
tor, Rev. W. W. Van Artdalc. at, 11: 15
a. m. and 6 p. m.; ccminuuion attorning
tervlcps; Sunday-school, 2:30 p. m.; Ep
worth League, 7:30 p. m. The corner
stone of Fifieenlli street church will be
laid Tuctdny, October 8, at 4 p. m.
Bishop Hurst will deliver the address. The
Masonic order will also participate In the
services. All friends of the church are
TUEOSOPHY Lecture on Ihcosopby, by
Mr. R. S. Lerch, on Snnday evening, 0th
Instant, at 8 p. ni., at Metzerott Hall,
entrance on F street; take elevator. Reg
ular meeting, Thursday evening, 10th In
stant; subject, "Rebirth and Pre-exls-tciice."
-Both free; public invited.
VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN
Church Pastor, F. D. Power, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school 9:30 a.m.;
mission, 3:30 p. m.; Christian Endeavor,
6:30 p. ni. Seats are free. Public wel
come. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
corner Tenth and G streets, northwest.
Rev. 8. M. Newman. D.- D.. pastor The
pastor will preach at 11 a. ni. and 7:30
p. ni.; music led by Dr. Blscboff. director.
Sunday-school. 9:30 a. ni.; Christian En
deavor. 0.30 p. ni
Pastor E. Hcz 8weni4ells"Au Interest
Ins Incident About Neck Wear," Sonday
night, 7:45 o'c Preaching 'at 11 a. nj.,
by the pastor. Free pews. All In
vited. Second Baptist Church Auditorium,
Fourth street and Virginia avenue south
last. LANE'S CHAPEL C. M. E. CHURCH,
corner of Fourteenth and C streets north
east, Sunday, Ottolier C, 1895 Preach
ing by the pastor at 11:30 a. m.;at 3:30
p. m.. class meeting; nt 8 p. m., sermon
by sister E. M . Piukrey. the remale re
vivalist. Our revival will continue for
one week, unless otherwise ordered. J.
B. Washington. Pastor.
CONGRESS STREET METHODIST
Church. Thirty-first, between M and N
Rev. W. R. Graham, D.J)., pastor-Sabbath
services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
evening subject: "Vanity of Vanities;"
Sabbath-school. 9:30 a. m.; Christian
Endeavor. G.30 p. ni.; mid-week service,
Tuesday evening. 7'30.
FIRST ME-IIODIST PROTESTANT
Church, riftli an! Virginia avenue Fculh
east; Rev. G. Q. Backus, pastor 11 n. m.,
communion; 7.30 p. m., revival service,
subject, "On the Eve ot Battle." Re
vival continued during the week, at 7:30
m. All invited.
NINTTf STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
corner 9th nnd D sts. ne -Pastor E. B.
Bagbyat 11a. m. ami dp. ra. Evening sub
ject, "The priesthood of believers."
BROOKLAND M. E. CHURCH, Rev.
William II. Cbapmau, pastor. Sunday
school at 10 a. in. Preaching at 11:30 by
the pastor. Epworth League service at
7:30 p.m. All welcome.
" TUB EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN
Church. Md. ave. and Cth st- ne., Rev.
Thomas Chalmers Easion, D. li.. pastor
Rev Dr. Paicu, or Guuton-TempleMtmorlal
Church, will preach at 1 1 a. in., and Rev.
Dr. Easton will resume his discourses on
Romanism at 7:30 p.m.; subject, "False
lojimutlous of Roman Catholicism." Ex
cellent music will be rendered. Snbbath
schooL, 9:30 a. m. Y. P. 8. C. E., e.30
p. m. Strangers mnllally Invited. Pas
tor's residence. 308 7th st. ne.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL EP IPH
any Mission. 12th and C sts. sw.. Rev. A.
M. Hilliker, minister in charge. Sunday
school, 9:30. Monnns servlou, 11. Chil
dren's service, with baptism of children,
3:30. Evening service, 7:S0.
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CnURCH,
8th st. bet. G nnd H nw.. Rev. Joseph T.
Kelly, pastor Preaching by the pastor at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath-school
at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. d. C. E. at G:30 p. m.
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,at7:30
p.m. Evangelistic services every week
day but Saturday, at 4 p. m., conducted
by J. W. Dean, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
IIAMLINE M B. CnURCII. 9thand P sxZ
rrw Rev. E. S. Todd, D. I)- pastor Sunday
school. C:15 a. m. Services at 11 a, m.
and 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. conducted by
Evangelists Potter and Miller, or Chicago,
HI. Lpworth League, 6:15 p. m. Scrvh-es
every evening during the week at 7:30
I-.!?', The POb'lo "re cordially Invited,
orficlal board meeting. Monday evening.
October 7. 6 o'clock sharp.
CENTRAL M. P. CHURCH. 12th and M
sts. nw.. Rev. a. J. Smith, pastor Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; themes.
"Bringing men to Christ" and "Bringing
Christ to men." 8. s., 9:30. c. E., fcktt
Prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:30. Come.
SPIRITUALISM Metzerott Music HaTT
Sunday. October G. 1895. Lectures of the
season begin this month with the popular
speaker, Hon. L. V. Moulton, followed by
that wonderful test medium. Edgar L.
Xmerson. Morning service, 11:30, free
evening service, 7:30. Children's progress.
lyei.vcejin.orbaiidBy-sctiool, 10 a. ra.
CIIUHCII OF OUR FATHER Corner
i iiiru-eniu nna l. streets northwest.
Servicesat lla.m.and 7:30 p m. Snnday
school. 9-45 a. m. Young People's Chris
tian Union. 0:30 p. m. JRev. A. G. Rogers,
D. D.. pastor, subject, morning: "The
Best Book In the World. How Shall We
Read It." Evening: Popularpra 1'efervice
led by Mr. E. Tracy and the chorus choir:
subject of the sermon: "The Salvation of
society. Mociai lieqw and uemcdles."
FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Eighth and I streets northeast. Rev.A. Reoch,
pastor. Preaching nt 11 a. m. bv the pas
tor, subject: "City Religion." Preaching
by the. pastor nt 7:30 p. m subject: "Selr
Dound, the C. E. Pledge." C. E. at G:30
p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Seats
free: large choir. You are invited.
EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
s txtn street ana Marvia nd avenue northeast.
Rev. ThomasChalmcrs Easton. D. D pastor,
will resume his discourses on "Romanism,"
Sabbath evening, October G, 1893.
Attoriiey-al-Law. eb-ter Law Build
ing. 005 D St. nw.. Washington, D. C.
Residence. No 3, Mount Vernon Flats,
cor.N. Y.ave.and 9th st.nw. el9-lmo
X864. EducationFor Ileal Llfe,85a
For Sons and Daughters.
Tho Spencerlan Business College,
National Bank of tho Republic Building.
cor. 7th and D nw. Day andnightsessions.
The thirty-first vscliolastle year or this
popular institution begins Monday, Sep
tember 2, 1895. Five departments, vl
Practical business. Including completf
bookkeeping course, English, rapid cal
culations, rapid writing, moral ami social
culture, Delsarte system or expression,
civics, political economy and commercial
law. Practical English, with initiatory
bookkeeping. Shorthand and Tvpe ritlnf.
Including English; S pence rian Rapid Writ
ing. Mechanical and Agricultural Dm wing.
Full corps or thoroughly trained teachers.
Office open every business day and
Writs or U foT new annual annoano
meat. Mrs. Sara A Spencer,
Principal and Proprietor
GERMAN LESSONS Natural
method; progress guaranteed; $2 per
month. 1015 14th st.nw. oc3-3t
TEACHER OF MUSIC Mrs. M. Wal
decker wUT resume her Instruction In
vocal and insTrumental music at tier resi
dence, 1C04 Caroline st. nw., bet. T and
GUNSTON DESTITUTE. 1212 and
1214 14th st nw. Fourth session opes
Sept. 25. JUB. and MRS. B. R. MASON.
WASHINGTON, D. C
REV- B. L. WHITMAN, D. D President
Examlnatlonof Candidates for Admission
to College. Medical, and Dental Schools.
Beptemtier 20 and 21.
Colh-ce Session begins September 23.
Session or Academy begins September 23.
Session ut Medical School begins Oc
Session ot Dental School begins Oo
tober 1 .
Session of Scientific School begins Oo
Sisslon or Law School Ivglns October 3.
Session of Graduate School begins Oc
TIJB rnEPAnATORY SCHOOL.
Tliorou2lt''iirepitratlon for thoCol
liro, tor the cti'Mlllo School, for
tin Niivnl and Military Academies
and for liuslnesi.
Open to htudeutt of both Hexes.
OTE COKCOHAN SsClENTIFIC
Forty-seven Frofo6Hor and In
HtructorH; t w-my-tliree full de
iariinci:ts; twuhe full couresi of
Mtildy. Special wlndenta udiultted.
THE LAW SCHOOL.
Twelvo profe-vsorH, Including two
Associate Justices or tlio United
Stut cm Supreme Court.
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
Thirty profercMirH hikI ahHlNtanta.
The c-uurse 1m four yeartf.
THE DENTAL SCUOOL.
The course 1m tbroe
THE GHADUATE SCHOOL.
Coutmcm of advanced Instruction,
leudlmi to M. A., M. 8.. C.E.. E. li.,
und I'll. D.
For catalogue descriptive of this several
courses address EOBT. H. MARTIN.
TI1E LAW SC'noOL FACULTY.
REV. B. L. WHITMAN. D. D.. President
The HON. WALTER 8. COX. LL. D.. Dean.
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
ot the DU-trlct nt Columbia.)
Professor of the Law of Real Estate, of
Contracts, and ot Commercial Paper.
The HON. JOHN M. HARLAN. LU D-.
(Associate Justice it the bupretua Court
or the United States.)
Frofessor or the Constitutional Jurisprui
dence ot the United States, ir the Law
ot Domestic Relations, of Per-
eonal Property and of TorfS.
The Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY. LL. D..
(Sometime Assixtant Attorney-General of
the United States.)
Professor oT Equity Jurisprudence, or Com
mon Law and Equity Pleading, and ot
the Law of Evidence, and the
Jurlsdictioi and Practice ot
the U. S. Courts.
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER. LL. .,
(Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
of the United States,)
Professor ot the Law of Corporation.
Pror. G. H. EMMOTT. LL. M
(of the Johns Hopkins University,)
Lecturer on the Civil Law.
HENRY E.DAVIS. LL.M..
(Sometime Assistant Attorney ot the Dis
trict or Columbia.)
Lecturer on the History of Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY, Esq,
(of the Washington Bar.)
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
The non. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
(Associate Justice of the Supremo Court
of the District or Columbia.)
Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal
Pleadu e and Practice.
The Hon. BENJAMIN HUTTERWORTH.
(Sometime United states Commissioner of
Professor ot the Law or Patents
WILLLVM G. JOHNSON, LL.M.,
(or Ihe Washington Bar,)
Professor or Legal Catccbellca, Common
Law Practice, and Judge ot the
COURT OF APPEALS.
WILLIAM F. MATTINULY.
HENRY E. DAVIS, CHARLES W. NEED
HAM, Associate Justices.
ROfcEICT H. MARTLV.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Now open for thereceptloaot sradsnta.
Prof. Chanes E. Monroe. Ph. O.
William R- Smith, Sunt. Botanical
Garden, U. S. A
Nancy D. Richards, M. D.
John F. Green. Inst.
For further Information apply at resldenc.
llaploSquir. S. C Ave. audtth St. ii E.
t oiuig'R Academy.!
SELECT CLASSICAL AND MATHB.
School for Young Men nnd Boys,
914 14tht., bet. I and K.
Begins Its forty-rouith scholastic year Sep
teintier 23. TbLs school has a national repu
tation, and is recognized as oneot theleadhtg
preparatory schools of this country. It
prepares ror all the universiliis.collcgesand
scientific schools, for the United States
Mihiarv nnd Naval academies, and tor busi
rank wherever they go.
Mr.Edwlnll. Foster will contlnuelncharge
of the Junior Department. For circulars,
CHAS. B. TOUNO, Fb. D..
sel7-lm Principal and Proprietor.
ARCHITECTURAL drawing and
mathematics: thorough itistniction;
moderate tuition. Address DRAFTSMAN.
this office. ocl -7t
SHORTHAND A SPECIALTY.
By II. C. Tanner, Granite bldg.. corner F
and Ninth streets. Call or send for cir
National EcEEopMnie Medical CGilege
Has removed to the new college bulMiBg.
No. 025 Massachusetts avenue northwest.
The regular course or lectures for the
session or 1895 6 will begin October 1, at
7 30 p. m The Introductory address wUl
bemade bytlieprcsident. Zairean Richards,
esq., followed by Pror. J. T. Hensley,
M. D.. Dean or Faculty. The public Is
cordially Invited to be present. Students
desiring to matriculate cnu get aiinomice
nients aud information by applying to the
n-gistrar at tle college building. The free
dispensary ror the treatment or all diseases
open dally from 2 to 0 p. m. Dental
infirmary, 10 to ,12 and 2 to 5 p. m.
By order of the Board ot Trustees.
2 ALMAN RICHARDS, pn-sldent.
The Art School connected with the
Corcoran llallcry of Art will be opened on
Monday, October 7, lfa95. Applications
Tor admission must be; madeat Hie 17th st.
entrance. By order, F. S BARBARIN.
JMED1CAL DEl'AHTMENT OF THE
1325 H st. nw.,
Washington, D. C The seventy-fourth
session begins October 1. 1895. The In
troductory lecture will be delivered by
Dr. W. v. Johnston at 8 p. m. October 1.
Regular dally lectures at 0:30 p. m. Every
facility for clinical and 'boratory
work. Laboratories open day and even
ins. DR. D. K. BHUTE, Dean,
1120 New York ave.
DR. E. A. DE SCIIWE1NITZ.
e!7-lmo 1325 H st- nw.
FIRST CLASS Stenographer wiU
give private instructions to few per
sons desirous of learning shorthand; terms
reaosnablc. Address INSTRUCTOR, tbl
SPANISH the most beautiro! of all
Innguages-and tbc easiest. to learn; yon
can read, write, and converse in twenty
lessons. Address ESPANOL, this office.
SCHOOL OF LAW.
Rev. J. HAVENS RICHARDB, B. J-
' Prelsdent of the University.
Hon. HENRY B BUOWN. LL. D.
(Justlcu Supreme Cr-urt uf the Unlte4
Lecturer or. Adniiiaity Jurisprudence.
Hon. MARTIN T MORRIS. LU U.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of tbt
District of Columbia),
Lecturer on Constitutional nnd Interns
tlonal Law and 0.mpara
Hon. BETH 8HEPARD, LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of tbc
Dtstrict of Columbia).
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations ana
Hon. JEREMIAH M WILSON. LL. D..
Lecturer on-tbe Law. of Real Estate ana
the Law of Evidence
JOSEPH J DARLINGTON. LL. D.,
Lecturer on tbe Law of Personal Prop
erty and Contracts
GEORGE E. HAMILTON. LL. D .
Lecturer on Practice. Testamentary La
8td Ecuity Pleading and Practice.
R. ROSS PERRY. A M.,- LL. D..
Lecturer ou Common Law Pleading. Crim I
cat Law. ard Demesne Relations.
Rev RENE H0LAIND. 8. J.,
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGEA LAMBERT. LL. D..
Lecturer on Crvll Law.
CHARLES A. DOrGLASS. Esq .
Lecturer on the Law of Torts and Negotl
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT.
Court of A ppeals- Messrs. TALLMADOH
A. LAMBERT. JOB BARNARD, and
HENRY WISE GARNETT.
BAMUELM YIATMAN. A. M..
fcecretorj and Treasurer.
The twenty-sixth annual session ot
th.- School of Law opens WEDNESDAY,
0CTOBBR 2. 1805. at 6:30 p .m.. In its
commodioas specially designed Law
School Building. Nos. 506 and BOS 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 otr-ers Interested In legal educa
tion are cordially invited to be present.
The secretary can be seen la his of
fice In tbe law building dally after
September 13. from 6 to 7 p. m., tor in
formation, enrollment, eta Those pro
posing to connect themselves with th
school for the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll their names before the open
ing Highland thus avoid the delay luciuenl
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the coarse of stndy.
terms, etc.. can be obtained at book stores
of w. II. Morrison's Sons. 1326 F street
northwest: Lowdcrmllki Co.. 1424 F street
norhtwest. and John Byrna A Co., 1322 F
street northwest, and at V. S. Thompson's
drug store, 703 Fifteenth street north
west, or on application personally of
by letter to the undersigned.
B. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
Mount Vernon Seminary
CORNER M"AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A SELECT RESIDENCE AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Twenty-rirst year opens TUESDAY. Oo
tober flrt. Large ad attractive buUd
lngs, thoroughly equlpied with every re
quisite or a refined home and a progres
ApiJications for admission of pupils to
tbe day school mav be madeafterSeptember
fifteenth, betw een tee hours of ten and ons
o'clock each morning
MR3. ELIZABETH J.EOMERS.
Latin, German, 1 rench, and Eng
lish branches. Terms verv reasonable.
University graduate. 109 7tb stee
BANJO taught by note or simplified
method; a piece guaranteed in each
lesson by latter, or no charge. Send for cir
cular. STEPHEN B. CLEMENTS, studis
1016 fetli nw. Residence. 1108 Fla. avo.
PIANO lessons, on reasonable terms
by experienced teacher. Address
PIAVO. this cffiiT. oc3-3t
WEIOD ATJGHSIS, 132S I St. nw.
Classes begin Ocu 1; English brancbes,
Bnslncss classes. Elocution, Journalism.
Literature. Dancing, Delsarte, French and
ADA L. SMITH. Snpt. selO-tt
HUTCHINS BUILDING. 10TH AND D
STS N. W.
We teach electricity in science and rp
pllcatlon. Applied mechanics. Mechanical
draughting and designing. Full lalmra
torv and practical simp courses. Latest
and best methods. Not the "only school
lii the world." but tbe best In Washington.
Opens October 2. Call at the orfice for
full particulars, or address the principal.
GEORGE EDW. DUNTON.
LADY STUDENTS ADMIT! .,!.
NORWOOD INSTITUTE A
Home and Day school lor Girls. 1.61
N St.. near Connecticut ave.
MRS WM. D. CABELL.
se!7-lm Principal f
The iloward I nl crsity Law school
Will open TUESDAY, Oct 1, at C:S) p. m . TUI.
TIONFREE. Forclrcula contalnine further
information address JAltESF. Hb'NDY, leer o
tary UClco In Law School Bclldlnff, 43) Cth st.
E-. The-sraool is opsa to all, WITHOUT D1S.
TICTIONOKRACEOREX. -ho ora over 13
yearsof ag and iKMstsij proper qualiacatloos.
Jjrawlus aud I'alnllng. Thorougli In
structiou lor artists, teacuers, decorators,
designers, illustrators, parents and children.
In ever branch of art. Portraits to
order In every style, from S10 to S3.00O.
Old or imured pictures cleaned, varnished,
restored, lu the most skilirul manner. 502
E st. i-w. "e22tf
ACADEMY OF THE HOLT
CUOs. 1312 Mafsachusctts avenue.
Wafhiugton.D.C A day school for youns?
ladies and little girls. In addition to a
thorough course in English. French, German
etuitents lu the art and musical departments.
A kindergarten will be opened iu connec
tion with the academv. , scl3-lm
MK. llriKis tlU. ilLUMt-U.,
Pupil or Frar.n-sco Lamiiertl. or Milaa
Studio at residence. 1410 15th St. nw.
jXJJTING lesson, by Mr. and Mrs.
m. MeEllunncy, 425 4lb st. nw.: day
and evening classes; terms moderate.
Education Below Cost
For young men. In 12 branches or study;
every one a brcad-wlnuer. evening sessinns
only at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion ItnsinessScbiiol. 2d lloor. Ltn man build
lng.1425 New York ave. nw. Call ror full
Washington School of Expression,
METZEROTT 3ICSIC HALL
Yolco a spoclaUy. Paa omimlc training and
Physical Culture. Best methods. Indorsed by
Yule, Harvard, University of Chicago, and
others, bond for anno icement.
WJL E. .UOWKER. I"r!nclpal
Ileal Esitnto Transfers.
Deeds In fee have been recorded as fol
lows: August Donatb to Melville Ballard,
lot 172. square S55, $5,500. Solomon Cair
to William Z. Ball, part ot lot 09, pquaro
9G2, $3,000. Elizabeth R. Perry to Charles
A. Obenchain.lot 150. rfmare 1029, $3,200.
Clara N. Gecsford to Inez M. Grct'n, lot 21,
square 9C9, $10. Jonathan H. Gray to
Ella J. Haunon. part of lot 13, r quare 051,
S1.C25. Cliarles T. Benjamin to Mary E.
Coates, jiart of lot A, square 579, $1.
Edgar R. Mti'ser to Delia A. Hall, lot 37,
rquare 017, $5,200. Diller F. Groff to
Robert Ilutton, part of lot 2, block 15,
Brigbtwood Park. $2,000. George Truca
dell.toM.n.Partcr, lotsl, 2,and22.square
9, Youngsborough, $10. Thomas E. Wag
gaman and John W. Pilling to Georgo A.
Jordan, lot 59, square 190,83.400. Almcna
B. B. Wllllama to William AY. Wlnfall. lot
J5C, block 30, Columbia Heightx. $10. John
G. Holden to Marie L. Martinez, lot IB,
square 70, $10. Margaret 8. Rogers to
Thomas G. Hensey, partof lot 3, squaro
-457, $10. RoBina M. Mayer to WilUarq
Birney, lot 30, square 533, $1,700.27.
Russell to Congress.
Newburyport, Mass., Oct- 4. Tbe Don
ocrats of tbe Sixth dlstrlctto-day nominated
Charles A. Russell, ot Gloucester, tor
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