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FOR SALE?OK RENT.
FOR SALB-OR KENT UUiGR COMMODIOUS
b"u?<? i>u Lnnier Heights; 3 stories; 11 rooms;
bnth. water, upm-r and gas; large grounds; high,
healthy; beautiful view; only $uO a month to
good tenant. Address
Bel'tMit? OWNER, T. O. Box 238, City.
FOR SALE-LOTS.
FOK SALE?
INVESTMENT.
Nice lot on 13st.. "-j s<| south of Pa. ave.;
size 22.7 ft. X 72.rt. offer waited.
e< 2.*-3t BILL, NEWTON & (>>., 802 Fst._
F<iU BALB-UUfnifl ''ITV. WILL UUi A I'E
alrable lot on Kenesaw ave. bet. 1.1th and 14th
Hts,: 5"xl50 feet; f 1 per foot. OWNEH F, Star
office Se25-3t*
Fi>u saw: triangular sq. iwi, pa. AVE
a.e . 2t>,<Haj t"). ft.; also Iriaiigulitr lot 1, sij. 1045.
So.**"1 s?i. ft.; aveuue electric car line will be ex
tended between these two pieces Inside of 2
month*. To cents. F. A. LKHMaNN, <5311 F n. w.
se24 3t*
FOR SALlS?COBKIfc LOT, 13TB ~AND O N.E.;
15 ft. parking; cement walk; Potomac water;
sewer and gu" ; reduced $700?a snap. See
KOI.ANlt c. BOOTH, cor. 10th and G n.w.
Se24-3t*
fT.r saTe~TfFne l<>tsT>\ ki:\tivky ave.;
each 17x121!; no incumbrance; will exchange for
small bouse or take second trust In part pay
ment MEYERS & ANDERSON, 1323 G n.w.
?e22-12t
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
FOR KALE BUILDERS A NI> CONTRACTORS
will be offered special terms on lots to build Up;
north side R. I. ave. bet. 5th and 0th sts., Eck
ineton; rare opportunity. DANIEL & ARMAT,
110ft T st. n.w. se25-3t*
KENSINGTON.
FOR SALE?
New houses, with city conveniences; built espe
cially to Insure warmth and comfort during win
ter months.
Large grounds; convenient location.
Will sell on easy monthly payments.
W. M. TERRELL.
se22 6t With B. H. Warner Co.
Do NOT MISS THE OPPORTUNITY NOW OF
fered by tbe Brit ton Villa Home Association to
obtain building lots and suburban homes on
Georgetown and RockvUle electric railroad near
Washington at acreage prices and easy terms.
For particulars address C. B. S., Room 1, 1304
F st. n.w., or call between 4 and 5 o'clock, or
come to meeting Wednesday evening. T;3o, at
1321 F st. n.w. se22-4t
FOR SALE? DWELLINGS OF 4 TO 7 ROOMS. %
acre; water, sewer, bath; 1 fare; Somerset Hts.;
Improving every day; several new houses building.
MILES FULLr.R, Somerset lights. or 504 lltb.
?elb-tf
WINTHROI* HEIGHTS- FOR RENT?DESIRABLE
4-room cottige $8 per mo., winter rate.
au2? w.s.m.lSt L. C. LOOMIS.
FOR ItENT-BEAUTIFUL NEW OHTAGE. WITH
attractive surroundings at Cleveland Park.
Jy24-tf Office. 610 14th at.
FOR EXCHANGE.
for EXCHANGE?WE HAVE LARGE LIST OF
good properties for exchange, city and suburban.
We nuue a specialty of this department. WASH
INGTON AND SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO.,
620 F gt. n.w. Be20-tf
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN
f 1,000 OR LESS AT r/;; ALSO $1,500 TRUST
fupds at 5%; will make loans on undivided inter
ests 111 real estate and unsettled estates. LAW
YEK. 405-6 Columbian iddg. sc26-3t
NO ONE
WILL LEND YOU MONEY
ON YOUR REAL ESTATE
ON AS FAVoKABLE TERMS AS WE!
4 PER CENT FOR CHOICE SECURITY.
4U per cent morey for any section. QUICKEST
SERVICE. Immediate Replies. Liberal consider
ation. Installment loans also, (s per $1,000.
se22-tf Address IDLE MONEY, Star office.
MONEY ALWAYS IN HAND TO LOAN ON D. C.
real estate, in sums to suit, at 4\^ per cent. 5
per cent and 6 per cent. No delay.
se22-H ALBERT F. FOX. l?20 F at. n.w.
MONEY LOANED UPON FURNITURE, LIFE IN
surance policies. storage receipts. Interests in un
settled estates. 2d trusts, secured notes and other
Securities. Private party. 512 13th st. n.w.
aul7-52t*
MONEY TO LOAN
ON YOUR D. C. REAL ESTATE, 4. 4Vj AND 57o
INTEREST. AC< <IRLIN<; TO SECURITY. COM
MISSION. i%. money in bank, no delay.
selo-tf MOORE & HILL, 717 14th at. n.w.
$1,000, uoo ro loan on city real estate.
Any amount. Lowest rates. Also iustullment
plan. L. u. DELASHMLTT.
S'*0-4tf 1421 G st. n.w.
SHORT TIME LOANS NEGOTIATED, SECURED
on fctocks. bonds, life policies, bldg. and loan
ssson. shares, syndicate Certifs , trusts. ie. Rea
sonable rates No delay. C. A. BAKER, .\let
xerott bldg., 11 lit F st. se3-tf
HON El TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT CUR
rent rates of interest on real estate In the Dis
trict of Columbia.
PITCH, FOX Ac BROWN,
sel&tf 14o? G st. n.w.
WE W1I.L LOAN YOl T1IE MONEY ON YOUR
D. C. real estate at 4Va','c Interest; any amount
required from $500 to *i?o,OOo; no delay; money
in bank. STONE i FAIRFAX,
ac30-t: boo F n. iv.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN ANY SUMS DESIRED,
AT LOWEST RATES OF INTEREST.
THUS. I. FISHER & CO., Incorporated,
au25 tf 1334 F st. n.w.
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
WE HAVE IT FOR YOD.
You need go to no trouble to borrow from
friends. Be independent of asking favors. We
will leud you on your furniture and pianos or any
household goods or persouai property. Will charge
Jou less and make the most lenient terms, in
tact. you can make your own terms. Call and
get uur rates betorc jou decide who to borrow
i.om. Private offices. Strictly confidential.
COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO..
sull-14.tf 613 F st. D.w.
MONEY. IN LARGE ANL) SMALL^L MS, TO
loan on D. C. real estate, at current rates of
interest. No delays. HERBERT A. GILL. 131tf
F st. D.w. au8-tf
MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT VERY" LOWEST
Interest on D. C. real estate security.
FRANK T. RAWL1SGH, 15u5 I'a. ave., Arlington
Ins. Co.'s bldg. L. D. tel. 14U. aul-4,tf
" WHEN IN NEED OF MONEY QUICK
We will accommodate you at once. Loans on furni
ture, pianos, etc- Goods remain undlsturl>ed In
your possession. No delay. Lowest rates. Easiest
terms. Discounts allowed. No publicity. Private
rooms for every one. Courteous treatment to all.
Dou't have to wotry about your payments here, we
will make tbem as small as you wish, ft.) one Is
ever dissatisfied with our treatment, for WE WANT
YOUR TRADE.
CAPITOL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
Jy 12-12.tf 602 F ST. N.W.
TO LOAN?
On Real Estate?
J10.000,
8.000.
6 000.
8.000.
1.000.
500
TI10S. E. WAGGAMAN,
rr.yt tf 617 F st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Choose your own title company. Insurance com
pany and lawyer and asve expenses.
REALTY APPRAISAL AND AGENCY CO.,
mhl65tf 610 13th st.
MONEY. ~~ '
We are loaning money on furniture, pianos, etc.,
without removal or publicity, and at rates that
you can afford to pay.
You can make your own terms as to the time
and repayment of loan. If you owe any other
company and desire more money we can arrange
same for you. We are tbe oldest, largest and
most accommodating loan company in tbe city.
All business strictly r nfldent! tl. P'lvate offices.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
r.olH-12tf 6'o F st. n.w.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE AND RE
TAIL MERCHANTS upon their own names, with
out security; easy payments. TOLMAN Room
48. t*>8 914 G St. oc23-4tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL EST ATE AT 4%
and 4Vc; payment on principal In amounts of
fcf>0 or more received st any Interest period.
Jy28 4tf F. H SMITH A SONS. 1418 F st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAltf 11 3S. 4 AN'b PER CENT
In sums of fl.iiOO to JIOO.OOO, on D. C real es
tate". pay off R per cent and fl per cent loans and
begin anew at lofcest rates of Interest; all trans
actions conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers. WM H SAUNDERS & CO.. 1407
T st. B.w. Je8-7tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED REAL KS
tate within the Dtstrlct of Columbia, in amounts
to suit applicants, at lowest rates of Interest.
Jaie 4tf GhX>. W. LINK INS. 8<i0 l?th at- n.w.
WE HAVE MONEY* TO LOAN ON' REAL ESTATTB
and collateral at 4. 4^ and 5 per cent. In sums
to suit. Large loan* a ({eclalty.
mb2fi-4tf DEEBLE & CO.. 1310 F at. n.w.
U. K FULTON'S loan OFFIC* "
314 *mi ST N.W.
ESTABLISHED 1870.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES DIAMONDS,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ftc.
OLD GOI.li AND SILVER Bot (JHT.Ja31-6tf
kONEY TO L< IAN- WE REPRESENT A VF.R?
rlcb c>rporatlon that will loan money on Wash
ington real eptste at 4, 4>A and 5 per cent: our
commission. 1 per cent. EARLY A LAMPTOS,
615 14th st. n w mb4-5tr
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE " *
4. 414 and 5 per cent.
GARCH BROS..
fe2T-4tf 1307 f st. n.w.
if fnu want to borrow or loan. oh
sell, on real estate. I can save you time ana
cash, as 1 give personal attention to all deals.
defl4tf J. EAR IN OADSBY 526 18th it. n.w.
?10 AND UPWARD LOANED O.N FTTtNnTRH.
PIANOS, etc., <.n the Building and Loan Asso.
elation plan, which makes tb# cost of carrying
loana mncb l"ss than you pay elsewhere, and al
lows you to pay It iff In any sized notes yon de
sire, running from one to tw'elve months.
IxMitm with other companies paid eft Snd mors
money advanced If desired.
Strictly confidential. Front room first door.
NATIONAL MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
del6-lStf 635 E st. n.w.
W6ne? to LOAif in sumsTa suit, at low
Ct rates of interest, on D. C. real estate. Large
tns a specialty. Prompt attention.
WALTER H- ACKER,
704 14th st. n w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVE*) CITY REAL
Kate st 4, 4Mi and 5 per cent Interest. Special
?lieges with respect to prior payments- Large
Bmnts a TYT.ER Jt KfTrTTT'OTIo.
7 F st. d.w. fe9-5tf
FALL RESORTS.
s Ei
Ltla
The Atlantic Cltr Offlce of The Ev?
Ing Star ta located at 1306-13 Atlantic
nvenne, where any Information Con
cernlng advertising, etc., can he ob
tained. The rates are (he aaae mm
charged at the Home Oflloe.
ATLANTIC CITY, W. J. ~
? ,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Open Pavilion directly over Board Walk. Delight
fully cool.
Porches on a level with and Joined to Board Walk.
Sea and fresh private hatha. Golf privileged.
sefc-lOtf JOSIAH WHITE 4 SO?J.
Seaside Bouse.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J..
After '.ta notable Improvement*, will remain open
throughout the year. Kvery convenience ant)
comfort for Fall and Winter guests. Write for
Illustrated booklet. CBAS. EVANS & SON.
ae3 26t,8
Hotel Traymore,
Atlantic City, N. J.
Remains open throughout the entire year.
Dining room Inclosed in glasa Over fifty private
baths attached to suites; salt and fresh water bathe
In the hous.. Every modern luxury and appoint
ment. P. g. WHITE. Jf.,
sel-gfit-10 Owner and Proprietor.
Hotel Imperial,MSg 3rSob
of front porch, with FULL OCEAN VIEW; a mod
ern hotel; delightfully located; liberally mauaged;
capacity, 260. I. O. KENDR1CK.
12 to S3 per day; $10 to <18 per week. Jy2-T8f
SPRINGS AND BATHS.
Fauquier White Sulphur Springs.
Under entirely new management; high, cool, health
ful; 6-story, model brick hotel; 11 brick cottages)
hatha; home-grown vegetables; golf and all sports:
livery; fishing; hoa'.Tng; bathing; health-giving
waters. Special 12.68 Ex-ursion, Including coach
to and from hotel, Sstunlsy to Monday. Hotel
open till Oct. 10. E. B. MOORE. Savoy Washing
ton, D. C., or Fauquier Springs. Va. nu28 22t-ex t
CHALYBEATE SPRING HOTEL.-NICtf LOCA
tlon, plenty of shade, good rooms, excellent table.
Fine Chalybeate spring. Close to mountain, river,
R.R. station and telegraph. Apply to A. P. Mo
INTURFF. Prop.. 8trasbur$. Va. Jel-104t _
IN THE MOUNTAINS.
HOTEL SHENANDOAH. ONE M1I.E FROM HAR
pers's Ferry.?Open during the lovely month Sept.
Only hotel In the mountains; pure nlr and water;
reasonable terms. Apply CHAS. E. ROACH,
Prop.. Harper'* Ferry. W. Va. se20-6t
Hi ILL TOP HOUSE,
w %
Modern Improvimente. Table a specialty.
T. 8. LOVETT. Harper s Ferry, W. Va.
myl7 130t
FOREIGN POSTAITSERVICE
WASHINGTON, I) C? POST OFFICE NOTICE.
Should be read dally, as changes may occur at
any time.
FOREIGN MAILS are forwarded to the ports of
sailing daily, and the schedule of closings Is ar
ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted
overland transit. For the week ending September
2R 11*mi. the last connecting closes will be made
from this office as follows:
TRANSATI.A NTIC MA ILS.
WEDNESDAY?lb) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE,
per s.s* Aller. from New York, via Southampton
and Bremen. Mail must he directed "Per s.s.
Aller." (b) At 7:15 P.M. for EC HOPE, per s s.
Kaiser Friedrich, from New York, via Plymouth
and Hamburg. Mail for FRANCE. SWITZER
LAND, ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL. TURKEY,
EGYPT. BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
Ql'EZ. vli Cherbourg. must be directed "Per s.s.
Kaiser Friedrich." tlx At 7:15 P.M. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL.
TURKEY. EGYPT. BRITISH INDIA and LOREN
ZO MARQUE3Z, per s.s. La Gaseogne, from New*
York, ria Havre. Mall for other parts of EU
ROPE must be directed "Per s.s. La liascogne."
FRIDAY?(b) At 7:15 P .M. for EUROPE, per s.s.
Umbria. from New York, via Queenstown. (ci At
11 :<>5 P.M. for NETHERLANDS, per s.s. Spaarn
dam. from New Y'ork.-ria Rotterdam. Mail must
be directed "Pc-r s.s. Spaarndam." (ci At 11:05
P.M. for DENMARK, per s.s. Island, from New
York. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Island."
<<*> At 11:05 P.M. for SCOTLAND direct, i>er s.s.
Furnessla, from New York. Mail must be directed
"Per s.s. Furnessia."
* PRINTED MATTER, ETC.?This steamer takes
printed matter, commercial papers and samples for
GERMANY only. The same class of mail mailer
for other parts of EUROPE will not be sent by
this ship, unless specially directed bv her.
MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA,
WEST INDIES. ETC.
WEDNESDAY to At ll:o6 P.M. for BERMUDA,
per s.s Pretoria, from New York. (c? At 11-05
P.M. for CAMPECHE. CHIAPAS. TABASCO and
YUCATAN, per s.s. Yucatan, from New York via
Progreso. Mall for other parts of MEXICO must
be directed "Per s.s. Yucatan." lei At 11-ofi
P.M. for NASSAU, N.P., and th PROVINCE OF
SANTIAGO, CUBA, per s.s. Niagara, from New
York.
THURSDAY?(hi At 2:30 P.M. for JAMAICA, per
s s. Admiral Sampson, from Boston. (ci At 11:05
P.M. for JAMAICA, per s ? Orison from New
York. Mail must be directed "Per * ? Orlgen "
id) At fi:2? A.M. for MARTINIQUE. CUADEI.OUPE.
BARBADOS and DEM ERA It A, |>er s.g. Talisman
from New York, (ei At 11:05 P.M. for YUCATAN
p. r s.s Daggry, from New York.
FRIDAY?<cl At 11:05 P.M. for I.A PLATA
COUNTRIES direct, per s s. Parana, from New
York. (e) At 11 :"f< P M for FORTUNE ISLAND
JAMAICA. SA VANILLA. CARTHAGENA and
GREYTOWN. per ? s. Alleghany, from New York.
Mail for COSTA RITA must 1* directed "Per s s
Alleghany." (ci At 11:05 p.M for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA. per s ? Muracaiho. from New York
Mail for 8AVANILLA and CARTHAGENA via
Curacao, must he directed "Per ? s. Maracnilm "
(ci At 11:06 P.M. for PORTO RICO per ti
Ponce, from New York. <i? At 0:20 A.M. for IA
PLATA COUNTRIES. Jier f.s. Herminius. from New
York, (el At 11:05 P.M. for YUCATAN, per 8 e.
Ravenfdale, from New- York.
SUNDAY -(hi At 12:00 M. for ST. PIERRE-MI
Qt'EI-ON. per steamer from North Srdney
Malls for NEWFOUNDLAND, bv'rail" to North
Sydney and thence i la steamer, close here dallv
except Sunday, at 12:00 M.. and on Sandavs oniv
at 11:30 A.M. <dl lb) '
Mails for MfQUELON. by rail to Boston and
thence ^vla steamer, close here dally at 3:15
j CUBA MAILS close here via Port Tampa. Fla.,
Wednesdays. Fridi ys and Sundays at 2:30 P M (f)
M ills for MEXICO overland, unless spe< tally dl
recied for dispatch by steamers sailing from New
York, close here dally at 10.30 A M. and 10 00
P M. < k i
Malls for COSTA RICA, by rail to Mobile and
for BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE
MALA. by rail to New Orleans, close here dally
at 10:ii0 P.M.. the connecting closes for which
Ing Wednesdavs for COSTA RICA and Mondays for
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ and GUaTFMALA
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS
Malls tor CHINA*. JAPAN. HAWAII and PIIII -
IPPINE ISLANDS!, via San Francisco close here
dally at 7.00 P.M. up to September 27 inclusive
for dispatch per s s. Rio de Janeiro. (ol
Malls for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia!
isf!vtZ5U,'iA,;t' HA Wail FIJI and S A MOAN
ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here dallv at
7:00 P.m. up to September 29. inclusive for'dls
patch per s.s. Moana. (o)
Mails for CHINA* and JAPAN, via Vancouver
close here dally at , :0<> P.M. up to October 2 In
clusive. for lis patch per s.s. Empress of India
Registered mail must be directed "Via Vancou
ver." (o>
Malls for CHINA*. JAPAN. HAWAII and PIIII -
IPPINE ISLANDS*, via San Francisco. ciosT here
dally at 7:0.1 P.M. up to October 15. Inclusive for
dispatch j>er s s. Coptic. (o> I
Mails for HAWAII via San Franetaco. close here
daily at 7:00 P.M. up to October 12. inclusive, for
dlsnatch pe:- s s. Australia, (ol
Malls for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia. I
which goes via Europe, and New Zealand, which
goes via Sun Franriacoi and FIJI ISLANDS vis i
Vancouver, close here dally at 7:00 P M up to 1
October 13, inclusive, for dispatch per s s Mlo- i
wera. fo) |
* Mails foi COCHIN' CHINA are forwarded to i
New }ork for connection with European steamers
J PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (military'n?H. j
patched to San Franeisco at all closes f?r that of
flee to connect with government transports, the |
sellings ??f which art* irregular. I
da^ niall* close at 1:00 P.M. same
(c) Registered mails close at 8:00 P.M. game
(d> Registered mails close at 8:00 A M same
day.
(ei Registered malls close at 1:00 P.M. previous
oSturuHV.
day' 1U>*lsN'rea mal1' ''lo"e at 1:00 P.M. previous
^.hntegiatered malls close at 12:00 P.M. previous
dav' ma,la t-1?ee ?t 8:00 P.M. previous
Registered malls close at ?:00 P.M. previoue
se22 JOHN A MERRITT. Postmaster.
HOTELS.
Hotel Gordon,
116th and I Sts.
American and European Plans.
se26-26t,14 JAS. R. KEENAN.
THE GRAFTON,
Connecticut Ave. and De Sales St.,
Washington, D. C.
100 ROOMS?*0 BATH9.
NEW, MODERN AND F1RST-CLA8S.
OPEN SE1T. 15TH TO JUNE 15TH.
GEO. A. MILLS & SON, Proprietors.
m&-2iq
ATTORNEYS.
DAMAGE, PROBATE AND DIVORCE CASES.
Advice fr?e. First-class lawver. No charge un
less successful. Fees moderate. Everything
strictly confidential. Address Post Offlce Box TO,
Washington, D. <37 saf-Mt*
" c57.fi*LES S. BCN'DY,
Commissioner of Deed* for Pennsylvania and all
other statea and terrltorlea. Fend all hollaing,
for. 4U at., oppoaite City HaU. auitS-4tf
CA>IPBfcLt CARRINGTON, ATTOHNET-AT-LAW,
Webater Law building. 505 D at. n.w., washing
ton, D 0. Residence, No. S Mount Vernoh Flail,
New Tori ave. and 0th at. n.w. aelt
^ ~AOCk)UNTANfs ,
feg-tf Telephone No, B7S.
EDUCATIONAL..
WASHINGTON
Washington
T Sts. N. E.
it
Kext session of tbe Washington Col
lege will begin at 9 a.m. Thursday, 27(1)
instant. Girls and young ladles who
contemplate entering any of tbe depart
ments should be present on opening day.
A cordial Invitation Is extended th*
public to be at the opening exercises.
iiMi
MEDICAL, DENTAL. AND pharmaceutic
COLLEGES.
Thirty-third session begins October 1, 1900, at
8 o'clock P-m,
Prof. J. B. Hodykin delivers the address.
Profession and public invited.
For information apply to
F. J. SHADD, M. D.. Secretary,
W'26-f.t.28 901 R St. n.w.
Wanted - prpils in music asd ELOcu
tion; rapid advancement. ID Carroll St. s.e.,
half square from library. , It*
CORNER M AND ELEVENTH STREETS N.W.
Boarding and Day School
for young Ladies and little girls
PRIMARY, PREPARATORY AND OOIJiEGIATE
DEPARTMENTS. THOROUGH TRAINING L\
ALL BRANCHES IN ACCORDANCE WITH BEST
MODERN METHODS. SPACIOUS BUILDINGS
RECENTLY ERECTED ESPECIALLY FOR
SCHOOL PURPOSES. AMPLE PLAY GROUNDS
; AND TENNIS CO CRT. TWENTY SIXTH YEAR
OPENS OCTOBER SECOND. FOR FURTHER
IN FORM ATI < ?N APPLY TO
Mrs. Efiizabeth J. Sommers,
PRINCIPAL.
Mrs. AdeSSa dates Hensley,
ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL.
se26-28tf
LADIES GYMNASIUM--SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
culture, indoor base ball and basket ball classes.
Keoi*hlug Tuesday, Oct, ?. at 3:3<?. Carroll in
stitute <Jjm.. 10th st. near K n.w. Address
l'rof. MAURICE JOYCE. se22 lit*
MagDoDDD^'GaDDQ !I)?nd^?iD
A M<mt>er of the Associated Faculties,
WILL BEGIN ITS SESSION MONDAY. OCT. 1, 1900.
Students should matriculate as early as pos
sible. us no one can be received after October 11.
An interesting opening address will be given
on Monday evening. October 1, at 8 o'clock.
For Catalogues and other particulars call on or
address Dr. W. N. COGAN, Secretary, 1754 M St.
W. WARRINGTON EVANS,
se25-2w-20 President.
MANDOLLV GUITARTwD BANJO
Correctly tairgbt by Mis-s GERTRUDE EI.ISE
BUCKINGHAM. Studio, 1522 tiih st. n.w.
Special fall rates. se2iVltn-4
FRENCH T7esSO.\sT PARISIAN TEACHER
Read'ng and Conversation Method.
Write or apply L. B0NNAFY.
oe26-3t* 17fl0 Q ?t. n.w.
J. F.
Stu'li", 810 t; st and 1422 Q st.n w. Sinking Piano,
Violin Instructions. Fr< mbeginningtotlnisb. Tliebest
methods of celebrated masters used. Terms llbeial.
se25 dt* 5
The day course at
Bliss Electrical. School
go mis Wedne*
her 26, at 9 a.m. The
course Ibegcns
September 27, at 6
Instruction is
tuition moderate,
for catalog to
L. D. BLISS, Principal
No. 612 112th St. N
the
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MISS MARY E. CLEMENTS,
Teacher of Violin and I'lano,
Hs.2T.-fi" 1010 8th st. n.w.
PROFESSOR EMILE F-. MORI,
Specialist lr. Voice Culture and Singing,
se24-3m*-4 1722 Corcoran st.
National College off
808 I ST. N.W.
Twenty-ninth anrrial session begins September
24. Lecture and laboratory courses in pharmacy,
botany, materia medlca. toxicology, chemistry aud
physics. ieuding to degree of doctor or pharmacy.
For Information nn.l prospectus address WY
MOND. H. BRADBURY, Seer., 80$ I st; n.w.
Secretary's hours?7 to 8 p.iu. Tuesdays,
Thursday** and Saturdays. setfim
McDoraalld=EiS3s
Hoinnie and Day School
FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES.
Eighteenth year opens October 8. 1900.
Corner Massachusetts ave. and 17tb street.
Complete and thorough courses of study In all
depart metits.
DR. E. R. LEWIS. Principal,
?el8 tf 1306 17'1'H STREET.
PIANO LESSONS. 5oc.; PUPIL'S ' RESIDENCE:
prominent German professor. Address PIANO
TEACHER, Star offlct-. sc20-t!i.m,w-8t*
MOSS LEONT1NE VON HNTRBSS, PIANLO TEACH
er tcertificd pupil of the Conservatory at Stutt
gart, Germany): special attention given to begin
Aern; terms reaaouable. 048 Westminster st.
se22-?f
Okeley
School for Girls and Young La
dles reopens Oct 1. 1759 Madi
son at.. near Dupont Circle.
Miss E. V. HETH, A.M. Circulars. se22-6t?
Mil. W~Ei?WARD II Ei M END A1 IlTwILL RESL'Mfc
vocal instruction on Tuesday, October 2; studio at
Sanders A Stayman's, 132" F st. For Information
addresa 211U Maryland ave., Baltimore, Md.
tc22-21t*,4
WANTED?A LIMITED NVMBER OF PUPILS FOR
individual Instruction; special attention will be
given to such as desire to enfer <jr maintain stand
ing in the several grades of the public schools.
Address F. H. fl.,
se22-s*w-3t*,6 1328 Princeton st.
1224 ANT- 1320 lCTH ST. N.W.. COR. MASS. AVE.
ALSO THIRD HOUSE FOR SCHOOL
For Girls and Young Ladles. Day and Boarding.
Miss CLAUDIA STUAflT, Prln. IB teachers.
se2a-tf
Emmanuel Wad
Of th? Peabody Conservatory of Music of Baltimore
will opep a studio In Washington and will accept &
limited num' er of piano pupils, beginning October 1.
Fall Information as to hours and terms inny ue ob
tained at (he Knabe Ware Rooms, 1909 Pennsyl
vania ave. p.w. ?>322-$8t*,$
LOUte NaECKER, TEACHFR OF piano, VIO
Hn upd cornet; moderate terms. Adgrgs^^ps
WjMODAt'GH6I8 CLASSES, 1420 new YORJC
*ve.?Stenography, typewriting, physical culture,
dressmaking, French, German, Spanish and elo
cution; terms, <1 a mo. to members; men
?*:
a year.
mimbef
Mrs. B. C. MONTIS, Supt.
Ml;
(pupil of
sumed f
Sfe
, I MB ALL, PIANIST
>f Moszkowskl and L?scheU?ky\, has re
teaching at KNAVE'S, 1209 I*a. are.,
?, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
Piano Lessons.
Mf. J- Tbeopbll will resume teaching Sept. 27
at 80# 10th st. n.w. Office hours. 3 to e, estfeftt
Tuesdays <t"d Fridays. se2Q-gt?
? Qeo Lawrence W&MfA.
Mr.
0.,
Shakespeare 1^22,cSi,?g
^'school:
Children's Music Kindergarten. Vi price Wed.ftSat
?eO-lOt-O
V ..
Certlflca
?el?-l<
SCHOOL,
" ?t, n.w.
RTIN.
W.
Miss Sherman's Day School
fA', r.?" &
EDUCATIONAL,
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WASHINQ^JPN, D, Ct
Bar. JOHN D. WBITOW, S. J? President
Under the management of the fathers of the So
ciety of Jeens. Over one hundred professors and
seven hundred student*. ?
Department of Arts
and Sciences,
GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, FOUNDED 1788-'89.
Oldest Gatholic College In tbe United State*.
Complete courses for BOARDERS and DAY
SCHOLARS.
OPENS SEPTEMBER 18.
HOURS OP CLASS.
8i45 A. M. TO 3 P. M.
Graduate School.
Lectures resumed on Monday, October 1.
For Information and catalogue address
THE REV. JOHN D. WHITNEY. S. J., Rector.
School off Medicine.
Lectures will begin Monday, October 1, at 1:30
p.m. All exercises are now given during the day.
This will enable students to avail themselves of
tbe advantages of tbe laboratories^ libraries and
hospital clinics of tbe city.
"rfio University Hospital, now In full operation,
under tbe control of tbe faculty, will give ample
facilities for instruction in ward classes.
Address for particulars tbe Dean, O. L. MA
CRUDER, M. D., 816 Vermont avenue. Office
bours until 10 a.m., 3:30 to 6 p.m. Tel. 334.
School off Law.
FACULTY:
Hon. MARTIN F. MORRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of tbe District
of Columbia),
Lecturer on Comparative Jurisprudence.
Hon. SETH 8HEPARD, LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of tbe District
of Columbia),
Lecturer on Oonstitutioual Law, tbe Law of Cor
porations and Equity Jurisprudence.
Hon. LOUS E. McCOMAS, LL. 1>.
(Late Associate Justice Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia),
Lecturer on tbe Law of Contracts and the Law of
Evideuce.
Hon. CHARLES Q. COLE,
(Associate Justice Supreme Court of tbe District of
Columbia),
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading and Practice
ami Equity Pleading and Practice.
GEORGE E. HAMILTON. LL. D.,
Dean of tbe Faculty and Lecturer on Testa
mentary Law.
Rev. RENE HOLAIND, S. J.f
Lecturer on Natural Lav.
TALLMADGE A. LAMBERT, LL. D.,
Lecturer on Civil Law.
CHARLES A. DOUGLASS. A. B . LL. B.,
Lecturer on the I.aw of Torts and Negotiable Paper.
.MICHAEL J. COLBERT. A. M., LL- M.,
Lecturer on tbe Law of Personal Property.
D. YV. BAKER,' A. M., LL. M.
Judge of the Circuit Court and Lecturer on the
Law ut Real Estate and Criminal Law.
j J. NOTA McOILL. LL. M.
, (Late Register of Wms for tbe District of Co
lumbia;,"
Lecturer on Probate Practice.
Court of Appeals: linn. JOB BARNARD and
Messrs. l.EIUH ROBINSON and J. HOLDSWORTH
GORDON.
Examiners: Messis. J. ALTHEUS JOHNSON and
HENRY W. SOIION.
Clerk of Courts: HARRY W. HODGES. LL. M.
Oiiis Masters: R. ROSS PERRY, jr., A. M., LL.
M., and V,. ItlCUARD SHIPP, LL. M.
KA.MI'Ei. XI. VEATMAN*. A. M..
Secretary and Treasurer.
CHARLES R. YEATMAN, LL. M.. Assistant.
The tbirty-tlrst aiiiiu?i suasion opens on Wed
j nesday, October :t. ! 1?h>. at ::i<? p.uj., in the Law
I School Buildii g, Nor. &.?>. a,t,l .lus E street nofth
' "est, at which time auii<<atteemeii's will l?e made
for the ensuing term. All interested are cordially
invited to be piesenr.
The Secretary will be at his office in tbe law
ItulldinK daily from 6 to J p.m.. for information,
enrollment, payment of fees, etc.
Students prcp"Htng to connect themselves with
the sWiool are requested f enroll before fhe open
ing irHrht.
Circulars can be obtained at the book store of W.
H. Morrison Sont>. 1326 F street northwest; Low
dermllk & Co.. 1-124 B' street northwest, and J< hn
Byrne A Co., 1H22 P street northwest; Washington
I Jin Rook Co., 5<)5 F Street, and at W. S. Thomp
son's drug Mure, 7<)3 15th sireet northwest, or upon
application to the undersigned.
S. M. YEATMAN.
Georgetown
Prepo School,
Four years' High School Course,
Prepares for Freshman in George
town or any other College. Special
attention to Day Schofars. Hours
8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Send for Catalogue.
Rev. J. D. WHITNEY, S. J.,
President.
*ei5-3w
fMl MiMCT SCHOOL
FOR BOYS.
WISCONSIN AVE., NEAR CLEVELAND TARE.
A complete day and boarding school; receives
pupils of any age. Nine teachers, each a specialist.
Separate codrsw for each pupil. Sew building, con
taining refectory, library and laboratory. Gymna
sium and four-acre athletic fleld. Medical director,
physical director. Ideal location. Advisory i>oard:
Justice Brawer, Sec. Gaffe, Mr. 0- C- Glover, Col.
Wright and other leading Washington tfteu. Refer
ences: Presidents Elitft of Harvard. Harney of Yale,
Patton of Princeton, Oilman of J. hue Hopkins and
Harper of Chicago. Prospectus at Bullantyne's or
Breutano's. I-arge year book on application. In
spection of building and grounds invited. L- L
HOOPER, A.M., Head Master. iny28-130t,ex?at-2o
firs. Hormniess,
TEACHER OF SINGING.
Residence, 1S*!7 Princeton st. Studio, Knabe's,
13S00 Pa. ave. sel8-lm
J ViVU 1111 il CU1111 9
SpamiSsihi, etc.
Method awarded two gold and two sliver medals
at tbe Paris Exposition of 1000.
ItTTPI IT7 Ability in conversing acquired In
n.urvi^i i i* n Bh()rt tlmtf
Cf'lJ (\f~\T Prof. A. GONARD, Principal.
723 14tb. Easy terms. selS
Art School,
111S 17th st. a w.j reopened Sept. 17.
sel8-lm* Miss S. W. KELLY. l>rlncipal.
B. FRA.NK GEBEST, ?
Piano, Organ and Musical Theory, will resume
fetching Oct. 1. Studio (Sanders & Staymap's),
1327 F st.n.w. Special: Harmony lessons in class.
sel8-4tf
??
13-42 Vt. ave.. "boarding ?hool for young ladles.
Day and evening classes In French language for
Special fiuplls. Moderate prices. Mrs. -Mary D.
CHENoWETH Turner, Mi*. E. C. Bloan, Princ'W.
se2o-lm* j. *
557
:fe
E. 8. KIMBALL RESUMES TEACHING
ondky, Sept. 17, st Wad bury building, 1223
Pa. ave n.w. Hours m?j be secured there or at
residence, 1468 Staughtou'at. n.w. 'Phone 2493-2.
ScS -lm r i
Washington- Dramatic
Conservatory,
1114 f STREET.
??Mm* M. AURQL1A HARRINGTON, Directress.
PRONOuSdS FRENCH WELL, &PEak!
d, understand, onl* 80 lessons. Free trial 1??
1 Sept. if, School on ?kr lines. mLLB. V.
UD'HOijMS). #07 D st. 0*. ?u?l to oc#
S. m And
?er, was chief stenoi
lean Congress (in BnglU
hand and
SSTttfS
^^?^??Blfllvrtband, Snflij
sh ^ahguage, SpanlgF ^tortband, Engli
aphtrs adapted to Spanish shorthand,
itudents m\y take, without estrg ec
ceeping or ALL tbe B-islneis or Engli
Kpw open, daf and night. Catalogues
The Washington College of Law
(PRIMARILY FOB WOMEN)
Begins its 6th year Oct. 1, 1W0. at 7 o'clock, ?t
80? F St. o.w. Fnli corns of 1& lecturers and pro.
fessdrs. Three yesrfc' course, leading to degree of
Bachelor of Laws; an additional fear leading to
decree of Master of Laws. TultloO, |W> per an
num. Catalogues at all law book stores. For fur
ther particulars call on or address the dean.
HLLEN a MUSSEY, LL. M
?1WW ftT? IhWU.
??7.
EPUpA^IONAJL
In WAamNotpy.
?*/ u II " 'H.
),V4
,PA#HI>'OtON, P.
SAMUEL 0. Q&EEN'E, D.D.I LL.D.,
president Pro Tempore.
fcOWAfcD U HOt)GKlNS, PHD..
De?n of the UulTerelt/.
The University open# Its eightieth re?r
bette* facilities than *rer before, It offers com
plete UbdergraduMe. Graduate and Profelaional
courses 61 study in Keren schools.
bcTlBTsg^T
EERSTTY HaGI tor. of H and lBth Streets,
tw'-ie of the College, the Scientific School
e School of Graduate 8tndie?.
LAW LECtL'RE HALL, ifio H Street.
Th$ fcome of the La# School and tb* School or
Comparative Jurisprudence and Diplomacy.
MMmen? fete
School
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. 1888 H Street
TfiE college.
^Classical course, leading to the degree ox Bacn
Scjepti'fto course, leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Science.
Many electees; 'elLeqnlp^d Ulwratorlej.
Properly qualified students are admitted to special
^tjUance examinations will be held September
6raduates of the Wssblngton High Schools and
<^{ other accredited schools admitted without w
*t?H?e?eaD'ineet In the day time and are open to
both men and women. Session begins ^
day, September 26. at 9 a.m.
CORCORAN SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL.
iT L. HODGKI*S, PH.D., DE^- .
Instruction is offered In twenty-two departments,
comprising one hundred and nlnety-sevep top .
Fourteen distinct courses lead to the degree oi
Bachelor of Science, Including ^ursea ln gedera?
science, civil, mechanical and electrlcal englneer
Ing, chemistry, meteorology, geology, "n(<
economics, language and literature, physics
mathematics. .
Properly qualified men and women are ?m'??a
aa Candida tea for degrees or as special studenti.
Classes meet after 6 p.m. . ?k?- <m .?
Session begins Wednesday. September 28,
8*fbe'bean will be in his office in University Hall
dally until 5 p.m.
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE BODIES
CHARLES B. MONROE, Ph D., DEAN.
Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arcs.
Master of Science. Civil Engineer Electrical En
Sneer. Mechanlcai Engineer. and Doctor of Phil
Mophjr are open to men and to women who noia
the necessary preliminary degrees.
Session begins September 26 at 4:30 p.m.
LAW SCHOOL.
WALTER 8. COX. LL.D., DRAN. __
A three years" courie, leading to the degree or
Bachelor of Laws, and a special cou?e In Patent
Law, leading to the degree of Master of Patent
The secretary will be present in the Law Lecture
Hall daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Session begins October 1 at 6 p.m.
SCHOOL OF COMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE
CHARLES Si EEDnl ^ f lL. M.. DEAN.
Offern training in higher legal knowledge and In
the history, science and prsctlce of Diplomacy, in
courses leading to the degrees of Master of Laws,
Doctor of Civil Law, and Master of Diplomacy.
The secretary will be present In the Law Lecture
Hall dally from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sesslor begins October 1 at 6 p.m.
MEDU AL SCHOOL.' .
EMIL A. DE SCHWEINIT2, Ph.D.. M. D., DEfcN.
Session begins October 1 at 8 p.m. Dally lec
tures thereafter at G:3b p.m. The best facilities
for laboratory and clinical work are afforded, ane
University Hospital Is located at 1335 II street
northwest. Fall examinations on Septeml>er 24.
For further particulars address the dean, 1825 H
street northwest. Hours. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3
p.m. to 8 p.m.
DENTAL SCHOOL.
J. HALL LEWIS. V. D. S.. DEAN.
Session begins October 1 at J p.m. The free
dental Infirmary opens October 4 at 1 p.m. Fall
examinations on September 24. All students must
matriculate before October 11. For further infor
mation address the dean. 1023 Vermont avenue.
Catalogues, giving the courses of study, terms.
Ac., can bo obtained on application, personally or
by letter to
CHARLES W. HOLMES. Registrar,
sel.trlm S.E. cor. H and 15th sts.
The Art Students League,
808 17th St. N.W.
Seventeenth Season Beginning October 1, 1900.
Mr. THOMAS NELSON PAGE, President.
INSTRUCTORS:
Mr. Howard Helniick, 'Mr. Edward L. Morse,
Miss Louise Tracy Hull, MissSallieT. Humphreys.
This school of art provides a thorough e- ? of
training In Drawing. Painting. Composition and De
signing, and offers exceptional advantages to seri
ous students. Oa.v and evening sessions. Saturday
class for school children. A number of prizes and
scholarships awarded annually. Special rates by
the season. Seud for circular or call after Sept. 24.
sel5-lm,28
Evening lessons in drafting and mathematics;
begin September 24, at 531 7th st. n.e. se8-lm*-4
Holy Cross Academy, 1312 Mass. av.
Academic and commercial. Kindergarten for
boys and girls (pens September 17. au29-tf4
MISS BALCH'S CIVIL SERVICE INSTITUTE
AND BUSINESS COLLEGE,
1227 13tb St. n.W.
Pupils prepared for Examinations. Census.
ap3-4tf
French und English School for Girls. Suburb of
Washington. French the language of th? house.
MiLe. L. M. Uouliguy, Prln., Chevy Chase P. U.,Md.
my22 312t,5
EdMcatBOM for Real Life
For Sons and Daughters, at
SPENCE1UAN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Academy of Music building. 9th and D n.w.
Beautiful kpacious nails. Entrance, 408 9th st.
Th-j thirty-sixth scholastic year opens Monday,
August 37, 1900. Day and nlgbt sessions. Olfics
now open for registration of students.
The leadlr, business men of Washington were edu
cated In t'i.i Institution, and send their sons and
daughters and candidates for employment here for
training.
Rapid, legible, beautiful Writing. Spelling, thor
ough Egg rnh and Correspondence. Shorthand and
Touch Typewriting. Rapid Calculations, Bookkeep
ing and Butlness Practice. Science of Wealth, Com
mercial Geographv, Civics. I.aws of Business, Eth
ics, Morai and t&K-lal Culture. Art of Expression
iDeisarte method). Vocal uud Physical Culture.
Nlgbt classes: Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
6 to 9.
For new catalogue or further Information call at
office or address
Mrs. SARA A. SPENCER, Principal and Proprietor.
sel-20tf
The Olmey School,
1206.18th st. and Connecticut avenue.
Primary, Academic aud Collegia te Department!,
Miss Virginia Ma?on Doraey,
seS-tf Miss Laura Lee Dorsey, Principals
*
2107 S st. n.w..
Junction Conn, and Florida aves., 21st and S sts.,
Invites comparison of its methods, earnest work and
character of pupils. Inspect our new building.
Mr. anl Mrs G. fT SMALL WOOD, Principals.
sert-3m,8
KINDERGARTEN AND NORMAL.
^Tie Elizabeth Pealxidy Kindergarten Normal
School, for young Women, and Mrs. Mann's Kin
dergarten and School, for children, 1918 Sunder
l&ntf phce, will begin fall session Oct. J, lt*'A
Children taught French and German. sel7-8n
Friends' Select School
FOR BOYS AND Q1RLS OF^ALL AGES.
HAS PL
ENT COI
CERT (ETC a j. c ? (in nuiuu iu ? w?>
WELLESLEY. DARTMOUTH AND StVARTH
MORjjL LARC.B GYMNASIUM AND PLAY
GROUND. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL LABO
RATORY. Each child's course of study U planned
with reference to his needs and great attention if
flven to thoroughness ip essentials. Catalogues st
Foodward & Lothrop's, Br^utano's atvd Ballan
tyne's book store*. Office hoars: 10 to 13 and 3 to
6. MIL AND MRS. THOMAS W, 81 DWELL.
se!7-tf jSll I st. n.w.
RALSTON UNIVERSITY OF
EXPRESSION,
? 1223 TO 1231 G ST. N.W.
Training ih Elocution, Oratory, Entertaining,
Impersonations, Reading, Public Speaking, Lyceum
Work, English Language, Litetary Interpretation*,
Hygiene. Physical Culture, etc.
Our beautiful hall* are now open for Inspection.
sela-tflfl
ST. ROSE'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
Dressmaking, underwear sqd children's suite. A,
new department baa been opened, In which ladles
and young girlp will be taught cutting, fitting
and all Unas of sowing. For particulars apply
to the SCHOOL. 2028 Q +t. 9.#. pelg-tf
EMBT^SON INSTITUTE,
914 14th St. N.W.
(CHAH. B. YOUNG. Fomtfer.)
SELECT CLASSICAL AND 8CtEN*pyiO SCHOOL
f'or yOung MEN AND BOYS.
Begins Its 49th year September 28.
M
a year oeptemoer 20.
Cor the Uniterfltles, <poUagesf West
Itmapolfs, fat Commissions in till Artnj
d Navy ana for S?sltt#ss.
Ipeclal department for boys from eight to twelve
rears of age. Students M>I privileges of tlH finest
Gymhailum ana AtMfltto Field In the south.
For informatlofi address
GEO. B. SCHADMANN, A.M., LL. B..
GEO. H. SENSNfiR, Principals.
tel to ocltt-ai
THE WASHINGTON
School of Design
Will open Oct.l. Tboroogh- lostnjction In Histor}
Ornament ,_0onventl2na\fintlon and (taflj of bwn
form and
telvet, dr
covers and other breach
ornamental design. Eref
of all oradltablJ work.
call or MeUerott
educational,.
JJf WASHINGTON.
-dk.
ECHO YEAS.
FACULTY i
Hon. Richard H. Alrev Chief Justice of the Courl
of Appeals, D. C., President.
Eug*n? Gifusl. Ii.D., of the Washington Bar
Proreseor of the Law of Heal Property and Con
tracts.
Jam?? Sc boulder, LI,.T>. (Boston. Mass.). Lecturei
on Bailment*, Domestic Relations, Wills and Ad
ministration.
Jackson H. Ralston, IX.D., of the Washlngtor
Bar, Ptofessor of Equity Jurisprudence and Oorpo
rate Law.
nE9?-.HAlrjr B Davis. IX.a, late Tnltod Statei
D"tl1Tt Attorney. P. O., Professor of Common Law
^a!t? rieadtae and Evidence.
o re^f . *"ddoni> IX. M.. of the Washington
Bar. Professor of Constitutional Law, of Torts and
e?,> * Instruments.
Charles Cowles Tucker, LL.M.. Official Report ei
i0? 0 Professor or PraCtlct
and Judge of 51 got Court.
William M Miller, IX D? of the New York Bar,
L?^urSr 0D J^w ?f ?Vibrations.
Theodore p. ioc, LI..D., Lecturer on Public and
Private International Law.
Henry Hayward Glassio. LL.M., of the Washing
IW^ire rer 011 ?rt?1,n*a an<1 Criminal
tiCharles Francis Carusl, LL.M-, of the Washington
B?r. Profesror of Mercantile Law and Jurisdiction
of Federal Courts.
L. Cabel Williamson, esq.. Edmund n. Thomas,
**? Blair, efij., of the Washington Bar,
Judges of the Court of Appeals.
Eugenr D. Oarusl, LL.M., Secretary and Treas
urer; Harry B Merritt. lLm., Librarian; John H.
iSC1*' Assistant Secretary.
. ? . '' ,wlU reopen Monday, October 1, 1900,
tiL.at th* Law Building,
k 818-820 18th st. n.w., when announcements wflj
be made by the members of the flaeulty and the
glasses will be formed. Cataloirues can be bad at
Lowdermllk s, Byrne's and Washington Law Book
p>. s book stores, and at the office 0/ the Secre
tary, Room 204, Columbian building, 6th St. n w.,
and on and after October 1, 11*00, at the school
building also. se20-12t
National
University.
Medical and Dental Departments. The regular
course of lectures will begin Monday, Oct. 1. 19W,
^ i J, m ' n"Ith an Introductory addresy by
. rof. Noble P. Barnes, M.D. Lectures and recita
tions are given during the evening, thus affording
students an opportunity to devote the daytime to
hospitals, dispensaries and laboratorlea. For In
formation and announcement apply to
. 1B ? H H. BARKER, M.D., Dean,
se!8-2w 1116 H ?t. n.w.
Ffl VNN'^ BUSINESS TOLLEGR
6th & K. Established 1870.
Day or Night Session.
125 $25 A YEAR $25 $28
An old. reliable, successful college.
Hug been attended by
Thousands of Washington's best citizens.
Gives BEST Instruction.
? Charges LOWEST prices.
Educate for PROFIT first;
E?r CULTURE afterwards.
BUSINESS. SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING
au27-78t.l2
Incorporated?Sixteenth Year.
j 311 EAST CAPITOL ST.
[ VJ t-ll patronized by tho best people.
Patronage last year, til4.
I School of Business.
School of Shorthand and Typewriting.
School of E iplisb.
I School of Civil Service and Departmental Promo
tion.
School of Mechanical and Architectural Drawing.
Thorough, practical, complete.
Br.dget System of Bookkeeping, Vertical Penman
ship and Tonch Typewriting.
The cost of 1 uIt ion the yowest consistent with thor
oughn ss and Instruction afforded.
Individual and class instruction; rapid progress.
Students may enter any time.
More calls lor graduates than we can supply.
Positions secured for all full course students.
Oils for fifteen stenographers In one day.
Day and. -Ight sessions for both sexes.
Classes In German. French, Spanish, Latin and
Elocution started Oct. 1. Twenty-five lessons,
If you cannot call, write for 64-page illustrated
catalogue.
au!8-tf COURT F^WOOD. IX.M.. Principal.
GERMAN-AMERICAN k INDERGA RTE.nT PRE
MARY AND PREPARATORY SOHOOL re-pens
October 3. 1WO. Address 1011 New Hampshire
ave. Coach calls for children. Normal training
class re-opens Oct. 4.
SARA K. L1PPINCOTT,
SUSAN BAKER.
srl0-2Cl*-T Principal#.
University of America.
Schools of Law.
Graduate Courses at 4:45 p.m..
Undergraduate Courses, 9:30 a.m. to 1?:K> p.m.
Address the Dean.
Schools of Philosophy and Sciences.
Embracing Chemistry. Physics. Letters. Mechani
cal, Electrical and Civil Engineering.
Open October 3.
Address the General Secretary. se22-34t-28
HISS KATIE V. WILSON
Will return from Europe September 26 and will
resume her lessons in Vocal Art
. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1.
Pupil of Mr. William Shakespeare of London, Eng.
Only a limited number of vacancies, and those
wishing lesson hours reserved please address Mist
\\ llson before that date..
Studio. 13211 10th st. n.w. sel7-10t*.ll
HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
'Founded 1867).
The above well-known law school will open
Monday. October 1. at 6 o'clock p.m. in Tta
commodious building. No. 420 5th st. n.w
The school Is open to all, without distinction
of sex, race or creed, who are above eighteen
years of age and possess the proper qualifications
TUITION FREE.
For circulars, containing full Information, ap
ply to or address JAMES F. BCNDT. Secretary;
office^Ri Law School building, 420 5th st. n.w.
1438 X STREET N.W. ~ ~
THE MISSES KERR'S
HOME SCHOOL
se!5-2m,7 Reopens Oct. 1, 1000.
qunston Institute, ~
1401 Mass. ave. and 1212 and 1214 14th St. n.w.,
on the Highland Terrace, facing Thomas Circle. A
school for girls and young ladles. Opens Wednes
day. October S.
ael0-3m Mr. and Mrs. BEVERLEY B. MASON.
COLUMBIA CONSERVATORY OF MI'SIC]
Piano Lessons.
Lessons resumed September 17.
seU-llt* 802 K st. n.w.
BEFORE DECIDING V?glT~ the venablb
Shorthand School, 600 F st. n,w. Thorough prac
tical business methods In Shorthahd and Tyo?.
writing by expert instructors. atil4-78f-4
OUT OF WASHINGTON.
PEABODY
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, BALTIMORE.
Harold Randolph. Director.
The Pea body offers advantages which make It ths
GREAT Ml'SIC ENTRB OF THE SOUTH
AND UNSURPASSED BY AXYQTHER
CONSERVATORY IN THE COUNTRY.
Faculty of 33 European and American Masters.
Scholarships, Diplomas and Teachers' Oeruficatis.
Tuition Fees. flj to M0, according to flffde.
Reopens Oct. 1. Circulars mailed fh?%. ieS-lm-14
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
THE WEEMS STEAMBOAT CO.
POTOMAC RIVER ROUTE.
SUMMER 8CHEDULB.
SmMrn NOR|MUMBEBLAND and POTOMAC.
;f*'wh),t.l-.4x&.,ksss 23
Thursday at 4 p.m. for Baltimore and river land*
lli rlv-r freight must be prepaid.
Baltimore freight solicited
otkwSSon"* .irfsr
<e8-l?tf
RANDALL for Colonial Beach, Currluiueu, nom*
Pl'-i. I Maohodoc, Oolton's and other river
landings, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7
S'*; Returning on Monday and Wednesday about
t '/Nrflo e-rfey
igton. dT c., to glymont,' md?
4nd Intermediate landings,
, - ?teamet ESTELLE RANDALL, daily.
e?spt Sunday, 9:80 a.m. Returning about I p.m.
Passenger hccommodatlona first-claaa. FrJlght
WASHING
The new
^Nfji.NGS.
|.m.,"for' Intermediate landlnm to" w
ch, Bash wood, Rock Pt., Coltofi's, Norn
. for Intermediate landings u
i. Bush Wood, Rock Point, Colton's,
Stone's. Howsrd and Cbbram's.
a.m., for Intermediate landings to
i. Bush wood. Book Point, ColFons,
C. W. &IDLET, General
LADIES'i GOODS.
miss c. ci:nmmih amT~FT1;rikr. -srat/<kr?
%pd other fur garments altered Into latest stvlsa
and repaired; fit guaranteed. 1308 8th at. n w?
between X and O. se!3-78t
Plaiting.
KNIFB AND ACCORDION PLAITING
out delay. I'lnklng. lc. a yard. At 0P1 ENHEiM
GK'S. Bi* xth ?t. U.W. ap30-Mf
PROPOSALS.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFIt'K, 81'PER
?lsinic Architect, D. C,. Sei>temt>er 22. ?
SEAIJSO PROPOSALS will lw received at this
office until 2 o clock p.m. on the 15th day of Octo
ber, 1JK>0, and then opened, for new plumbtus and
Interior finish of toilet rooms fvr the P. Si. Treas
ury Building at WASHINGTON, D. C., in accord
ance with drawings and specifications. which will
be furnished at the di?er*tl?n of the supervising
architect at this ..ffice. JaMEs KNOX TAYLOR,
Supervising Architect. se24 m w.f flt
OCEAN TRAVEL.
American Line.
FAST EX PitESS SERVICE.
NEW YORK ?KOl'Tll AMPTON LONDON,
CALLINO WESTBOPND AT C11EKBOURO.
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A M.
Bt. Louis Oct. 3 St- Louis Oct. 24
New York Oct. 10 i New York Oct. 31
8t. Paul Oct. IT 8t. Paul Not. 7
Red Star~Line.
NEW YORK-ANTWERP?PARIS.
Every Wednesday at 12 Doon.
Friesland Oct. 3 I Westernland.. .Oct. 17
&>Uth\vark Oct. 10 l Kensington.,. Oct. 24
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Piers H& 15, N. R. Office, 73 Broadway. New York.
Philadelphia office, 303-307 Walnut ft.
WASHINGTON OFFICE, 1306 F at. n.*,, o?
?
* vvii v'i a ?v u, iuvu c vi. u. w?, "?
W. MOSS, Agent, at Sanders A May man's. 1827
?t. n.w. se27
FRENCH LINE.
COMPAONIE GENERALS TRANSATLANTIQCR
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS (Franc*).
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m.
From Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton St.
La Gascogne... .Sept. 27 La Lorraine Oct. 18
L Aquitaine Oct. 4 U Rretaene Oct. 29
La Touralne Oct- 11 L'Aaultalne Not. 1
First class to Havre, SAo.OO and upward.
Second claaa to Havre. >42 80 and npward.
General Agency, 32 Broadway, New York.
O. W. MOBS. 1327 F 8T. N.W. anl-lMM?
NORflTQERMAN LLOYD
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
CHERBOURG. SOUTHAMPTON. BREMEN.
i am
i am
i am
UHWIBIIIIIU. 9UUIKAHnVi>, BHK.YIM.
A ller Sap. 27. 9 am Trave Oct. 13, 10 <
K.Wm.d.GrTOct. ?, 10 sm K M. Th .Oct. 1?. 10 i
Lahn Oct. P. 10 am K. Wrn.d Gr.0ct.30,10 i
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICS.
SOUTHAMPTON. LOSDOnT BREMEN.
Ft. d. Gr Oct. 4. noon] Fr. d. Gr,..Not. b, 9 am
CHERBOURG. PARIS. BREMEN.
P'casa Irene.Sep 29.10am j O.Kurfurst.Oct. 11,10am
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
GIBRALTAR, NAPLES, GENOA.
Ems Oct. 0. 2 ptn | Aller Oct. 20. 2 pm
OELRICHS A CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY, N. I.
ApplT to E. V. DROOP. 928 Pa. ave.,
tel-lj Agent for Washington
MEDICAL.
CONSUMPTION TO BE CURED; WEAK LUNGS,
short breath, contraction of cheat and asthma
cufed by medical gymnastic. Dr. JOHN E.
BUEBSAM, 20 3d at. n e. ?e4 2tlt*
Dr. Czarra,
317 <$TH ST. N.W.
OLDEST GERMAN SPECIALIST In skin and
blood dlsessea PRIVATE DISEASES of both sexes
quickly and permanently CURED.
X-RAYS for diagnosis.
Dally from 9 to 4; Tuesday and Saturday till
8 p.m. Jy9-tf
Dr. Reed, Specialist,
Treats successfully Catarrh, Kidney and Stom
ach Trouble*, etc. CURES special diseases with
out the use of mercury, etc. Office hours. 10 to
1. 8 to 6: Sunday, lo to 12. CONSULTATION
FREE S09 12TH ST. N.W. mbl3-8tf
Dr. Leathermiam,
Expert apeciallst In the cure of all special dis
eased of men and women. Consultation freo.
Daily, 9 to 12, 2 to 5; Tues., Thtirs. and Bat.
evenings. ? to 8. 602 F n.w. Closed on Suuday.
del6-6tf
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TORPEDO BOATS CLAIM VICTORV.
Result of the Naval Maofoveri mt
Newport, R. I.
A dispatch last night from Newport, R. I.,
says;
No greater contrast as a spectacle for the
uninitiated and as a piece of naval tactics
and strategy could have been presented
than the maneuvers of last night and to
night in a sham attack upon Newport har
bor.
Last night all was brilliant and exciting?
so filled with important Incidents that It
was impossible for any one stationed at any
given point to witness more than a small
part of the splendid demonstration. To
night all was dark and dreary and silent.
Capt. Folger's red squadron, supposed to be
a blockading fleet, went so far out to soa
that the blockade was practically no block
ade at all, according to the declarations ot
torpedo boat commanders sent out to sink
the Kearsarge, the Texas and the Indiana
and their auxiliary converted yachts, the
Eagle and the Scorpion.
The Holland had a long night of U, and
she did not get back to the station till wild*
night. In the meantime there was some Ut
ile anxiety about her, but she was all right,
and, furthermore, she had done her duty
well. She crept up under the very bow or tlfe
Kearsarge, and before any one aboard that
ship knew of her presence Lieut. Caldwell,
commander of the Holland, announced to
the men on the Kearsarge that they Were
torpedoed. The Porter also claimed to have
torpedoed the Kearsarge previously. Trie
Holland did not dive, making only a surface
run.
Commander N. E. Mapon, commander-in
chief of the torpedo flotilla, feels thoroughly
satisfied with the work or his fleet. Fore
most of the achievements claimed by the
torpedo boats is that of the Morris, Lieut.
Bispham commanding, which claims she
torpedoed the Kearsarge. The Morris
the Gwynne and the Rogers made a sumul
taneous descent on the big battle ship. The
Rogers was discovered by the Kearsarge
gunners and put out of action, and the
Owynne, quick to see this, and that the
Morris had cast a red rocket, the signal
that she had torpedoed the Kearsarge. slid
away in the darkness before she could be
found.
Finding no big game in sight, the Gwynne
directed her attack toward the Eagle am}
the Scorpion, following the latter swiftly
and persistently for twenty-seven minutes,
casting her rocket so close under the speedy
yacht's stern that the ruby ball came near
landing on the captive's deck. ^Leaving the
fjrst victim disabled, she pounced upon th?
Eagle with a rapidity which gave that
Clever dodger no time to attempt to escape.
Distance did not daunt^the Dahlgren. whloh
stole swiftly far out to sea, where the bat
tle ship Indiana's officers were blissful In
their fee'.ing of perfect security. Her claiih
Is that she torpedoed the Indiana.
The Loyden. big as she is and white as
she Is. gallantly attempted to run the block
ade, but before the Gwynne had begun her
chase after the Scorpion the little sentry
sighted the Leyden without the use of a
searchlight and put her out of action.
The board of arbitrament met at the War
College and considered the report* of the
umpires on last night's maneuvers ofT New
port, and gave out the following concltk
?lonju
"The torpedo boats failed in their attacks
On the ships, and the war vessels ran past
the forts, though in a badly crippled condl?
tion. fha former conclusion is not positive,
as the claim that the Stiletto torpedoed the
Massachusetts is yet to be settled."
NOMINATION GOES BEGGING.
Third Ticket Party Huh Trouble Get
ting? * Candidate.
Robert A. Widenman, chairman of th*
campaign committee, and Everett V. Ab
bott, secretary of the national (third ticket)
party, have given out the official declination
oy Senator Caflfery of the presidential nom
ination of the national party. In substance^
the reasons Senator CafTery gives for de
clining are as follows i
He is unalterably opposed to the policy
which would make the country the cham
pion of flat money, which he considers .the
foe to government by law: he is opgosed to
the policy which would destroy the Ideal
government founded on the consent of tjik
governed, qnd which would build up favor
ite olassea by legislation. "I am heartily In
accord," he said, "with the movement whloh
is designed to afford a refuge for those
who are dissidents from all the poll*
cies entertained by one or the other of the
two great parties of the nation, which arb
now engaged in a desperate struggle for su?
premacy. The nationalists cannot hope to
win. They know they will never surrender
their principles, win or lose."
A. B. Parquhar, a manufacturer of York,
Pa., has been tendered the nomination tot
the presidency on the tloket of the national
party by the executive committee or U)at
organization. Mr. Farquhar also declined
the domination on accoultt of $tjM*ure ol
business.
> e ? -
"Papa, what is the vain pomp and glory
of this world?"
"My son, it's the things w$ preach MfVMl
when we don't succeed la getting them.'1-*
Life.

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